sunsfan's The International Compedium voice line rejected by Valve


Valve Rejected This SUNSfan Voice Line Submission

Dorjee Palzang
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Dota 2 talent SUNSfan's bizarre voice line that features him 'literally taking a piss' was rejected by Valve.
Here's what the caster revealed to the viewers on a new hilarious 'We Say Things' episode.

In a surprising revelation, renowned Dota 2 personalities Shannon "SUNSfan" Scotten and Troels Lyngholt "syndereN" Nielsen have captured the attention of the Dota 2 community with their unconventional voice line submission for The International 2023 (TI12). This hilarious revelation came during episode 212 of their popular esports podcast titled "We Say Things" where the duo discussed the intricacies of voice line submissions and the humorous quirks that make Dota 2 an enduring source of entertainment.

SUNSfan Reveals Why His Voice Line was Rejected by Valve

The International, Dota 2's prestigious annual tournament, not only showcases top-tier gameplay but also allows talents to submit voice lines for potential inclusion in the game. These voice lines add an extra layer of humor and interaction to the Dota 2 experience, making them eagerly anticipated by the community.

SUNSfan and Synderen, known for their witty banter and playful approach to the game, decided to break the convention this year. During their podcast episode, they unveiled a voice line recording of SUNSfan literally taking a piss, accompanied by the phrase "pause, please." The surprising and unconventional submission immediately left their fans both amused and intrigued. 

On this voice line SUNSfan commented, “I was like maybe they won't be so offended because it does sound like I'm pouring water into like a vase or something into a glass because it's just trickling nobody could possibly that's not natural mhm that actually is me peeing in the toilet

Talking about voice lines, SUNSfan and Synderen delved into the complexities of Valve's voice line submission guidelines. Among these guidelines is the requirement that voice lines must be in the participant's voice, leading to speculation about whether the urination sound may have raised concerns about authenticity.

In the same episode, the duo also talked about various topics from Valve’s tour to TI12 results and predictions in the video.

SUNSfan's playful voice line submission has added an extra layer of laughter and speculation to this year's The International event. While it may not have found a place in the game, it underscores his unique charm and the unpredictable nature of the Dota 2 community. Dota 2 fans can look forward to more laughter and surprises from SUNSfan and Synderen as they continue to make their mark on the Dota 2 esports world.

Viewers and Dota 2 enthusiasts can buy voice lines of casters and other talents in Dota 2. Inside the game, you can find a “Talent” section under the Compendium, and direct purchases can be made through this tab. SUNSfan and Synderen voice lines can be found among the English Talents.

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Dorjee is an avid Dota enthusiast, he has been playing the game since it was just a map in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne back in 2009, he transitioned to Dota 2 in 2014 and can't stop playing ever since!

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