The Diretide 2022 Collector’s Cache Makes Grubby Question His Taste in Dota 2 Skins
On Tuesday, Valve released an unexpected patch for Dota 2 that included the Diretide 2022 Collector’s Cache. Fans were eager to see if they had voted for any of the winners, including Grubby, since the chest contains the most popular cosmetics created by independent artists.
Given his competitive nature, Grubby was curious about any potential balance changes as he started scrolling through the Collector’s Cache.
During the voting stage, there were multiple Snapfire skins featuring different mounts. Grubby was surprised to see that the one with a crocodile made it into the game because he voted for one of the others.
Though Grubby found a couple of skins that he deemed cool, the legendary RTS players noticed that most of the cosmetics that he voted for didn’t make it into the game.
“Maybe it just means I don’t have good taste,” Grubby said as he returned to his search for another match.
Iceiceice, on the other hand, found parts of his real life inside the Diretide 2022 Collector’s Cache. The free agent offlaner loaded into practice mode with the anime-style Marci skin alongside a kid Invoker.
As he passed a Giant’s Ring neutral item to the anime Marci, kid Invoker lost all of his might and intimidation.
“This looks like my wife and kid,” Iceiceice said. “They’re the same size, my son is also this tall.”
Iceiceice then proceeded to take the two characters on a walk where kid Invoker suddenly started hitting Marci, technically his mom in this scenario. The parental instincts kicked in for the Singaporean and he gave an auto-attack command to Marci since “you don’t hit your mom.”
Powered by the Giant’s Ring, Marci one-shot the kid Invoker, turning the whole situation into a little demonstration of old-school parenting.