The term "Vigoss" or "Vigossive" is widely used in the DotA gaming community to describe an either outstanding or overrated player or move. It is originated from a famous player named Vigoss, who is worshipped by thousands of DotA players all around the world. However, he is sometimes compared to Jesus (being called the Jesus of DotA), who did not do anything amazing in particular but is worshipped by huge crowds. Vigoss has a Gondola Quotient of 8999, which officially makes him a Jesus of DotA
Hey, dude, have yo seen my vigossive move? I charged to the fountain to get the kill with an underleveled Queen of Pain!!!
"Pusher-Street" or "Pusher style" is often used in DotA gaming community to define a player who constantly fails and feeds while TRYING to save another player (keyword here is "trying") or even a chicken (which was shown to fail). It is originated from a DotA player named Pusher, who is regarded by players as a free 200 gold to buy a chicken, a free meatshield for the crow or a free Crystal Maiden that looks good on a DotA screen. It was determined that Pusher has a gondola quotient of 2 (while Vigoss has 8999)
"Yo, look at this Pusher-Street style swap to save the ca..... and Pusher dies--- whatever, back to the game..."
"The team battle is starting up, and whoops, Pusher... I-i-i mean the Crystal Maiden dies" (by Luminous48)