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Tweet Zet, Arc Warden – DotA Hero Guide

September 30, 2012 2 comments
Zet Arc Warden Guide

 
 

Zet, the Arc Warden Guide & Strategy. Arc Warden is a Scourge (Dire) ranged agility hero which is based on the old model of Shadow Demon. It was introduced in DotA 6.75 along with Winter Wyvern. Zet is a carry hero with high DPS skills, he can create his own replica with abilities (like Geomancer).
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Auroth, the Winter Wyvern – DotA Hero Guide

September 30, 2012 4 comments

 

 

Auroth, The Winter Wyvern Guide/Strategy. Winter Wvyern is Scourge (Dire) intelligence hero inspired from Frost Wyrm model of Warcraft 3 campaign. He was added in DotA 6.75 map patch. Auroth has a unique skillset with great disabling/nuking abilities good for team support.

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DOTA 2 Creep Last Hitting (Farming) Guide

August 29, 2012 Leave a comment

DOTA 2 is the strategy based game and farming is the essential part of it. DOTA 2 is currently one of the most popular strategy based game in which the items requires a proper amount of gold. The Gold in DOTA2 can be earned through farming and there are others ways but the primary tool to earn gold is through killing creeps. Most of the players felt difficulty while farming in lanes and in-front of enemy heroes. So below we are providing a guide which will definitely help you in last hitting…

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DOTA 2 Single Player Commands [Cheats]

August 29, 2012 1 comment

DOTA 2 Cheats and Commands

DOTA 2 single player commands (also called Cheats) are very useful way to get familiar with DOTA 2 environment.  By enabling these commands you can easily have your desired gold, items, heroes and several creeping options like spawning creeps and killing creeps. For instance, you can test new Warding locations, neutral blocking and so on.  The complete list of Dota 2 test commands are available below, have a look!

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DOTA 2 Treasure Chest Key – How to open DOTA 2 International Treasure Chest

August 25, 2012 1 comment

Valve has added a International Treasure Chest in DOTA 2 (21 August, 2012) update. This treasure chest is having 16 unique items which are divided into two categories. One is “Treasure of Champions” and the other is “Treasure of Challenger”. Both categories have equally 8 items in it. We are providing a guide to open this treasure box and items which are available in it.

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How to Swap Hero in DOTA 2

August 25, 2012 Leave a comment

Now here is the guide from which you can swap your hero in DOTA 2. Valve has added a swap hero feature in the DOTA 2 (9th August 2012) Patch Notes. Swap hero feature allows you to switch your hero in DOTA 2 with your allies within the game. This was the most demanded feature in DOTA 2 by the community and now its the part of DOTA 2. You can check some proper instructions by which you can swap your hero.

 

Guide How to Swap your Hero in DOTA 2:

1. Choose your hero via Single draft mode.
2. Right Click on heroes in the scoreboard.
3. The option will be clearly visible in the score board.
4. Click on the swap hero option with your allies  you want to swap.
5. Remember you can not swap your hero after creeps spawn.

 

So guys we hope that this small guide will help you to swap your hero within the game. So have fun playing DOTA 2 and don’t miss to comeback here and check the latest updates of your favorite game.

Grim’s Guide to Warding

October 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Why to ward?

The answer is simple for anyone that has been a part of the MOBA/Action RTS genre for any substantial amount of time. Observer wards provide vision of the key areas on the map. The definition of these “key areas” varies based on the progression of the game.

Having Observer wards from the start of the game is a foundation of any successful match. Wards provide lane control and enable middle to refill the bottle every two minutes. This in turn allows the solo mid to farm at a more efficient rate and ultimately gank top and bottom lanes at a faster rate.

The same wards also provide visibility of enemies trying to gank middle, top and bottom lanes. In short, Observer wards provide safety allowing all lanes to be a little more aggressive or defensive based on the progression of the game and the map dynamics.

Since the opposing team will place their own Observer wards, often times in the same location and for exactly the same reasons, your team will want to get rid of those by placing Sentry wards. Sentry wards expose enemy wards allowing your team to destroy them.

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