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Can someone explain me what it means if an Item is fully modified in Dota 2 ?
Like Odachi full mod for example.

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Full mod means that the item (in that case the Fireborn Odachi for Juggernaut) has been socketed with the maximum amount of gems possible.

With your example :

The Kinetic gem that gives a custom animation to blade fury and the 3 Inscribed gems that respectively track the number of Omnislash jumps, the amount of blade fury damage and the number of blade dance crits.

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as usual, your answer is better than mine, but still it is Juggernaut not naught? Isn't it? ;) – RayofCommand Jul 8 '14 at 12:52
@RayofCommand right, I always want to spell it like dreadnought, I don't know why – WizLiz Jul 8 '14 at 13:03
Each socketable item can hold up to 5 applicable gems. So with that Juggernaut item with 1 kinetic gem + 3 Juggernaut-specific gems in your example, you could have a 5th gem to be really "full mod". It'd have to be something universal though, like "kills". – enche Jul 22 '14 at 17:49

It's related to dota 2 items. You can modify your items. Odachi Fireborn, correct me if I am wrong, is a Yunero Juggernaut Dota 2 Sword.

Full mod means fully modified aka maximum modified (max gems socketed)

Here you can see more about it :

dota 2 trade screenshots odachi mod

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