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Can somebody please tell me how to prevent creeps from spawning in DotA? I have Googled it but can't find a command that will achieve this.

I have tried -killall , -spawnoff , -disablecreepspawn, but nothing helps.

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Please refrain from using WoW tags for questions related to DotA in the future ;) –  Nolonar Sep 13 '13 at 12:11
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You can use :

  • -killall : kill all creeps on the map
  • -killsent : kill all sentinel's creeps on the map
  • -killscourge : kill all scourge's creeps on the map
  • -spawnoff : disable the spawn of creeps

However these commands will only work in single player mode. Which means you can't go in Local Area Network, create a game of DotA and use them. You have to go in single player > cutsom map (I dont remember the menu's name exactly) and then play a DotA where you will be able to disable creep spawn.

At the very beining of the game : Type -test (press enter) > Then type the game mode (-ap, -sd or even -ardmemomnpfr if you feel like it) > Finally use -spawnoff

The spawnoff command have been added in the 6.66 patch and you have here a list of all the commands you can use

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Mate as i have told i have tried all of these commands but nothing works..other commands like cm , dm all are working but not these.. –  waris Sep 14 '13 at 13:55
    
@waris Check your version of DoTA - you need at least 6.66 and higher. Also, you may have to enable cheats if trying to do this on a Battle.net game (I forget the command for that, but it may just be turning WTF mode on with -wtf). –  Kotsu Sep 14 '13 at 14:55
    
@waris Have you explicitly typed "-test" at the begining of the game ? before heroes are loaded in the tavern –  WizLiz Sep 16 '13 at 12:23
    
Thanx it worked. –  waris Sep 16 '13 at 18:09
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