A few days ago, the official Facebook page of the documentary project Viet Su Kieu Hung posted a sketch picture of the military unit, Special Forces forces extremely elite in the Lam Son uprising. Drilling on other issues, this sketch of the picture made a lot of gamers, mostly words DOTA2, extremely surprised when shaping up to even the posture is too similar to the general Juggernaut popular.
Facebook’s article Viet Su Kieu Hung about sketching the force of Thiet Đổng Quân
Very soon after that, many gamers discovered that this shape was too similar to DOTA2’s Juggernaut
Juggernaut in DOTA2 is inspired by two things: one is the Seguleh warriors in the novel “Malazan Book of the Fallen” by writer Steven Erikson, they are extremely good warriors using swords, living on an island. Island separated from the outside world. They use light armor, whips, swords and, most importantly, masks. The second inspiration was the Japanese Samurai warriors with the Katana.
Juggernaut is one of the most stable heroes in DOTA2
Meanwhile, Thiet Đản Quân was considered the most elite army in feudal history of the country with tactics of direct assault on the center of the enemy to kill the Marshal. They used both war elephants and armored horses to disrupt the enemy formation, split up to destroy the army – worthy of the name Iron Punch.
Images of the construction of the famous general Nguyen Xi commanding Thiet Đao Quan to destroy the Ming army
Naturally, this force has nothing to do with Juggernaut of DOTA 2 at all. Perhaps that sketch image is too similar to the masked swordsman that made the player unable to remember. Anyway, these are just sketch images, not the final product and the entertaining comments of DOTA 2 gamers brought a very happy atmosphere to the community in the days close to Tet like this.