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DOTA 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena video game from Valve based on the original Defense of the Ancients mod from Blizzard's Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and The Frozen Throne. Much like DOTA, DOTA 2 will incorporate players using a hero character assisted by supporting units to attack and defend a series of strongholds on the edges of the game map. Across the middle of the map will be defensive towers that players must navigate through in order to reach the enemy stronghold.Due to epic Dota 2 items are important to conquer the raids or end-game bosses, Dota 2 players are recommended to buy Dota 2 skins from a list of reputable Dota 2 skins sellers at g2g.com.
Dota 2 is played in matches involving two teams of five players, each of which occupies a stronghold at a corner of the map. Each stronghold contains a building called the "Ancient", which the opposite team must destroy to win the match. Each player controls a "Hero" character and focuses on leveling up, collecting gold, acquiring items and fighting against the other team to achieve victory. To enhance your adventure and compliment your gameplay, you can either buy cheap Dota 2 skins from our list of reputable sellers here at G2G.com.
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Welcome to the Jungle
Dota 2 is a very beautiful game, and its enginge is capable of much more than meets the eye. The new Overgrown Empire skin delivers a new beautiful landscape to grind on. It gives you an interesting, beautiful jungle vibe that changes the appearance of the game drastically. It is still true to the typical Dota 2 style. You can put the map skin in your lay out at level
Guardians of the Dota Galaxy
The new tower skins perfectly suit the new map layout. The Guardians of the Lost Path Towers are rocky protectors which look more like the good old Ancient Protectors from WarCraft 3 than towers. These sexy boys protect your Ancients and lanes at the laughable cost of level Reaching this level brings you both Guardians at once, how awesome is that?
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are a type unit that are not controlled by any player. At the beginning of each match, a set of buildings spawn at set locations for both teams. Both factions have the same set of buildings, with only their appearance differing from each other. Buildings take mostly defensive roles and are the main objective of the game.
All buildings have the same base properties. They are immune to most spells (with only a few spells affecting them), have the structure armor type, deal siege damage if they can attack and are immobile. When destroyed, some buildings grant gold to the entire enemy team, while others grant gold only to whoever made the last hit. Once below 10% health, buildings (except for the Ancients) can be denied to prevent the enemy from getting their gold bounties, or to reduce the amount they get. Buildings do not grant experience. Once destroyed, a building is permanently lost, as they do not respawn.
There are a total of 29 buildings on each side.
Towers are the main line of defense for both teams, attacking any non-neutral enemy that gets within their range. Both factions have all three lanes guarded by three towers each. Additionally, each faction's Ancient has two towers as well, resulting in a total of 11 towers per faction. Towers come in 4 different tiers:
Tier 1 towers are invulnerable during the preparation phase, until the battle begins. Each Tier 2 and tier 3 tower is invulnerable until the lower tier tower preceding it in its lane is destroyed. The two tier 4 towers are invulnerable until any of the tier 3 towers have been destroyed. Barracks do not have to be destroyed to make tier 4 towers vulnerable. Both of the tier 4 towers must be destroyed in order to remove the Ancient's invulnerability.
All towers have a vision range of during the day. Tier 1 towers have a night vision of , while higher tier towers have a night vision range of Additionally, all towers have True Sight in a area around them, and have one defensive and one supportive ability. Towers can attack, but never attack nearby neutral creeps.
Towers grant a gold bounty to whoever makes the last hit, but also grant a team bounty to the entire team. When denied, both team get half the team bounty.
Towers are using regular auto-attacking, so when multiple enemies engage the tower, it naturally targets the first enemy that gets within its attack range. It sticks with that target until it can no longer be attacked (it dies, gets out of attack range or becomes attack immune). Once that happens, it chooses the next attack target using the following priority system.
- Closest enemy unit attacking the tower itself
- Closest enemy unit attacking an ally of the tower
- Closest enemy unit
It does not matter whether the unit is a hero or a non-hero unit, they are treated equally. Units treated differently are wards and siege creeps. These units are always attacked as last. If a tower attacks one of these units, and then another unit or hero come within range, the tower immediately switches to the new unit. Siege creeps have a higher priority than wards.
There are two additional scenarios where the tower switches its attack target immediately:
- If an enemy hero attacks an allied hero while within range of the tower, it immediately switches to that enemy hero. This only works against enemy heroes. Non-hero units attacking heroes do not cause the tower to switch aggro towards them. The attack does not have to finish or connect, the attack order alone is enough. However, it has to be a regular attack, instant attacks or manually casting an active attack modifier do not count. This behavior is akin to lane creeps' behavior, which do the same in this scenario.
- On the other side, if the currently targeted enemy unit (hero or non-hero alike) is ordered to attack its own allies (hero or non-hero alike), the tower immediately switches aggro to another unit, using the priority system mentioned above. This as well does not require the attack to start, the order alone is enough. Enemies can de-aggro the tower only once every seconds by using this technique. This behavior is also equal to that of lane creeps. If the tower has already started its attack on a unit, it will finish that attack, even when aggroed or de-aggroed with these techniques. This means it is impossible to cancel the tower's attacks by changing its aggro. Its attacks only cancel when its current target cannot be attacked anymore.
Increases armor and health regeneration of nearby allied heroes.
Armor Bonus (Tier 1):3
Armor Bonus (Tier 2/3/4):5
Health Regen Bonus (Tier 1):1
Health Regen Bonus (Tier 2/3/4):3
Aura Linger Duration:
- The aura's buff lingers for seconds.
- Tier 1 towers can regenerate up to 60 health in one minute.
- Tier 2/3/4 towers can regenerate up to health in one minute.
- Multiple instances of Tower Protection do not stack.
- When teleporting from a tier 2/3/4 tower to a tier 1 tower or vice versa, the armor and health regen bonuses update after the linger time.
See also: Lane creeps
Barracks (commonly shortened to Rax or Racks) are buildings, defended by their tier 3 towers, that are responsible for keeping lane creeps as powerful as their counterparts. There are two Barracks for each lane per faction - one for melee creeps (called Melee Barracks or Melee Rax), and one for ranged creeps (called Ranged Barracks or Ranged Rax). The ranged barracks are always located to the left of the melee barracks on each lane and both factions.
Barracks are invulnerable until the tier 3 tower guarding them is destroyed. The loss of barracks does not stop lane creeps from spawning. However, destroying Barracks grants the destroying team super creeps in that lane, corresponding to which one was destroyed, which are more powerful and grant less bounties than regular creeps. Super melee creeps spawn when the melee barracks get destroyed, while super ranged creeps spawn when the ranged barracks are destroyed. When all 6 Barracks of a team are destroyed, mega creeps start spawning on every lane for the enemy, even more powerful than super creeps.
All barracks have a vision range of during the day and during the night. They cannot attack, have no special abilities and have no True Sight.
Barracks grant a gold bounty to whoever makes the last hit, but also grant a team bounty to the entire team. Denying Barracks does not reduce the team bounty.
Ancients (also commonly refered to as Thrones, or Tree for Radiant's ancient and Throne for Dire's ancient, as legacy names from DotA) are massive structures found inside each faction's base and are the main objective. In order to win, the enemy team's Ancient must be destroyed, while the own one must be kept alive. Ancients are guarded by their two tier 4 towers. The Ancients are invulnerable until both of their tier 4 towers are destroyed.
Both ancients have a vision range of during the day and during the night. Additionally, they have True Sight in a area around them.
Fountains are buildings located in the respawn areas of both bases, and provide scaling health and mana regeneration to all allied units near it. They also greatly defend the spawn area, blasting intruding enemies with very rapid high-damaging attacks, which grow stronger with each blow, have 25% accuracy, dispel consumables, and disable Blink Dagger, Heart of Tarrasque and other abilities that are normally disabled by player-based damage. Fountains use the same attack priority system as towers, except that they cannot be aggroed immediately by attacking an enemy hero. Fountains are permanently invulnerable, so they can never be destroyed.
Both fountains have a vision range of during the day and during the night and can attack. Additionally, they have True Sight in a area around them.
Heals 5% HP and 6% mana per second.
Max Health as Regen Bonus:5%
Max Mana as Regen Bonus:6%
Aura Linger Duration:3
- The aura's buff lingers for 3 seconds.
- Can regenerate up to % of a unit's max health and % of a unit's max mana in one minute.
- Can fully regenerate a unit's health within 20 seconds and mana within seconds.
- The aura also causes Bottles to refill and provides invulnerability to the team's couriers.
- Due to the aura lingering for 3 seconds, Bottles keep on refilling even when already outside of its range, until the buff is gone.
Taking increasingly more damage from the fountain each time you are attacked
Attack Damage Bonus per Stack:3
- On each attack, first adds 1 stack and then deals damage based on the stack count.
- This means that the bonus damage is applied even with the first attack.
- The bonus damage is dealt in one instance together with the attack damage, and counts as attack damage as well.
- Each successful attack refreshes the whole stack. Missed attacks neither place the buff, nor add a stack or refresh it.
- The number of stacks is visible on the debuff icon placed on attacked units.
- Does not work against wards.
In addition to the above buildings, there are other buildings that act as buffers within a base, called Effigy Buildings, or Filler Buildings (although they are just named Building in-game). These buildings exist only to occupy enemy creeps before reaching the tier 4 towers or the Ancient, and therefore give the defending players more time to act. There are 7 such buildings in each base, spread evenly around the Ancient.
Five of the seven Effigy buildings (the 5 forming a half-circle around the Ancient) are customizable with Effigy Blocks, giving them a different look and making them display a text notification when destroyed. This has purely cosmetical values and does not alter them in other ways. Each player can customize one of the five Effigy Buildings in their base.
All effigy buildings have a vision range of during the day and during the night. They cannot attack, have no special abilities and have no True Sight.
Radiant's buildings have two different models, while the Dire have one model for all.
Outposts are buildings located within the primary jungles of both teams, close to the small neutral creep camps on the highground - West from the camp in the Radiant jungle and East from the camp in the Dire jungle. Outposts start out belonging to the team on their side, and can be captured by the enemy after destroying a tier 2 tower. Taking back a stolen outpost can be done without having to destroy an enemy tier 2 tower.
Outposts have a ground vision range of during the day and during the night. Additionally, they have True Sight in a area around them. The vision and True Sight are only granted to the controlling team. Holding ALT displays the vision range, regardless of which team the outpost belongs to. The outposts are always visible through the fog of war, no matter whom they belong to, so capturing them can be easily noticed by the other team, as its animations are visible, and the sound is audible. When under control, outposts can be teleported to with Town Portal Scrolls and Boots of Travel, although with a lower teleport radius and a longer channeling time. Losing control of an outpost while channeling a teleport does not cancel the channeling.
Although attackable by non-hero units, and targetable by spells that affect buildings, outposts cannot be damaged at all, so they are undestroyable.
There is no description for this ability.
True Sight Radius:
Experience Per Minute:2
Experience Gametime Interval:60
True Sight Aura Linger Duration:
- Capturing an outposts causes its teams to get changed, so that it now grants vision, true sight and experience to the team that captured it.
- Can only be captured after at least one enemy tier two tower has fallen.
- An outpost can be captured by ordering the hero to attack it. An attack order is given by right-clicking, or by pressing the attack hotkey and selecting the outpost as a target.
- Once the hero is within the capture range, the channeling for the capture begins.
- Meepo clones, Tempest Doubles and an upgraded Vengeance illusion are also able to capture the outpost.
- Since a hero executing an attack order is required to capture it, it cannot be captured while disarmed. However, getting disarmed while already channeling it does not cancel it.
- The capture time gets lower the more players channel it, equaling the given channel time, divided by the amount of players who channel.
- This results in a channel time of 6/3/2// seconds for 1/2/3/4/5 channeling players.
- The same player channeling an Outpost with multiple heroes (via clones) does not speed up the channel time.
- While channeling, the enemy gains caster vision over the channeling heroes, so that the capturing heroes are always visible to their enemies.
- Outposts grant experience to the owning team on each minute mark.
- Only one outpost may grant experience. When owning both outposts, the experience does not get doubled.
- Grants each allied hero 2/4/6/8/10/20/30/40/60/80//// Experience on the 1/2/3/4/5/10/15/20/30/40/50/60/90/ minute marks.
- The True Sight is provided within the whole area, regardless of the buildings actual vision. It is fully unobstructed.
- The True Sight is provided by an aura which affects enemies. Its debuff lingers for seconds.
Backdoor Protection is a passive ability almost all buildings have. Tier 1 towers, Outposts and Fountains are the only buildings without this ability. While active, Backdoor Protection grants high damage resistance to the building, and causes it to heal back any damage it takes from enemy units, making them difficult to destroy. This protection deactivates when an enemy lane creep moves within range of the building (if it is a tower outside the base), or gets close to the team's base (if it is a building within the base). The creep must not be dominated by a player, only AI-controlled lane creeps can deactivate the protection. Once deactivated, it takes some time for the protection to activate again.
There are 4 separate disable areas of Backdoor protection. Each tier 2 tower has its own circular area centered on them, providing protection to themselves, and the ancient has a gigantic circular area centered on it, providing protection to all buildings inside the base (except the fountain). This means each of the tier 2 towers have independent protections, meaning when one is disabled, the others are not disabled. They are also independent from the base protection. Meanwhile, all buildings inside the base share one protection and lose it simultaneously when disabled. The radius of the Ancient's disable area is so huge that it goes beyond the elevated base area. On the Dire side, it reaches up until halfway between the top tier 2 tower and the top base ramp, up to the mid tier 2 tower and up until just shy of the ward spot next to the bottom tier 2 tower. On the Radiant side, it reaches behind the top tier 2 tower, beyond the mid tier 2 tower and halfway between the bottom tier 2 tower and the bottom base ramp.
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