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How much experience does the enemy get when we deny a creep? (if any)

And How much do we get? (if any)

  • Why do you want to know about a past version? – Wrigglenite Nov 8 '17 at 14:01
  • I want to know the most recent one, but according to this dota2.gamepedia.com/Denying 7.06 has the latest changes in the denying mechanic right? – RagnaRock Nov 8 '17 at 14:12
  • No, that's not right. – Wrigglenite Nov 8 '17 at 14:22
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Patch 7.07

Denied XP granted to the enemy (the player being denied) reduced from 70% to 25%.
Denied XP gained by the denier reduced from 30% to 25%.
Neutrals killing lane creeps is now considered the same as the enemy creeps killing them—it's not a deny, and gives full XP. You must deny the creep yourself to deny its XP.

  • this means both of us get 25% ? – RagnaRock Nov 8 '17 at 14:29
  • Yes, if the enemy is in experience range (1500 as of 7.07) – Bibz Nov 8 '17 at 16:38
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As of Patch 7.07c (current)

             | Normal | Denier | Enemy |
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       Melee |     57 |     14 |    14 |
      Ranged |     69 |     17 |    17 |
       Siege |     88 |     22 |    22 |
 Any player- |    100%|      0%|     0%|
  controlled |        |        |       |

Source: Gamepedia

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