Battle Pass 2022 – Guide to Completing Weekly Quests for Week 10

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Battle Pass 2022 – Guide to Completing Weekly Quests for Week 10

Here’s how you can complete the Weekly Quests for Week 10 with The Battle Pass 2022 in Dota 2.

Gamers have just witnessed the grand finale of The International 2022 last weekend and celebrated with Tundra Esports as they claimed the Aegis of Champions. After the winners of The International 2022 were officially announced to the world, Part II of the Battle Pass has commenced its events for its online community of esports enthusiasts. 

You can finish the Weekly Quests with the Battle Pass 2022 to earn bonus battle points with every game that you play. Each week, Dota 2 players can attempt to complete the Weekly Quests and claim thousands of additional battle points to level up faster with the Battle Pass 2022. Take a look at a couple of Weekly Quests you’ll love to accomplish.

For The Love Of The Game – Play 15 matches

Dota 2 has engaged its players with hours of gameplay to keep its community satisfied. People can put in their time to play as many matches during the week to complete the For The Love of The Game Weekly Quest during Week 10. 

You can play games with unflinching fervor as the games that you win and the games that you lose will be counted in the For The Love of The Game Weekly Quest. Playing 2 games during Week 10 will earn you a star for the Weekly Quest. You can play 8 games to earn 2 stars in the For The Love of The Game Weekly Quest and playing 15 matches will provide 3 stars for the Weekly Quest during Week 10 with the Battle Pass 2022. 

You can choose these heroes to finish the For The Love of The Game Weekly Quest during Week 10 of the Battle Pass 2022. Any Diretide games and Turbo games played count as half a match for the Weekly Quests. 

Queen of Pain

Queen of Pain prepares to deal massive damage to enemy heroes in battle

Queen of Pain has a range of skills that helps her enter battles and deal damage to multiple enemies around her. She can blink in and out of fights to pester her enemies and slowly eat away at their health. The Intelligence hero has a variety of builds that can be used to solidify her role in the team.  

The ranged hero has 560 HP and 375 mana at the start of the game. She has base stats of 25 Intelligence, 22 Agility, and 18 Strength. Queen of Pain gains 3.4 Agility per level. She has an increased projectile speed of 1500 that lets her cast spells with ease during battles. 

Queen of Pain can play the role of an exceptional carry and support hero for the team. She has a range of 550 on her physical attacks and has a base attack damage of 49 – 55. Most players will prefer to play Queen of Pain in the mid lane to get to level 6 fast in the game. The mid lane gives the Intelligence hero plenty of opportunities to store and activate runes found in the river. You’ll be able to cast more spells by buying a Bottle early in the game after taking the mid lane. 

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The Intelligence hero can take Shadow Strike to slow the movement speed of her enemies. Shadow Strike can be cast on enemy units to deal initial damage of 120 and 80 damage every 3 seconds. The effects of Shadow Strike can last for up to 15 seconds. Queen of Pain regains 40 HP every time an enemy unit takes damage from Shadow Strike. 

Shadow Strike has a cast range of 600 and has a cooldown of 4 seconds. It consumes 155 mana per cast. You can upgrade Shadow Strike by purchasing an Aghanim’s Scepter to deal more initial damage. Shadow Strike affects all enemy units in a small radius of 375 after being upgraded with an Aghanim’s Scepter. Enemy units affected by Shadow Strike will release a Screen of Pain at the end of the spell’s duration. 

The ranged hero can use Blink to hop across small distances. Blink has a maximum cast range of 1300. It has a cooldown of 6 seconds and needs 60 mana to be used in the game. You can reduce the cooldown of Blink by 2 seconds at level 25 through the Talent Tree. You can equip an Aghanim’s Shard for Queen of Pain to deal 125 damage to enemies when she uses Blink in battle. The upgraded Blink ability will also silence her enemies for 1.8 seconds in a 300 radius. 

The Intelligence hero can use Scream of Pain to deal 300 damage to all enemy units in a 550 radius. You can increase the damage dealt by Scream of Pain by 120 at level 20. Scream of Pain has a cooldown of 7 seconds and requires 130 mana to be cast in the game. 

Veil of Discord is an item that can be used to amplify the magical damage dealt by her spells. You can buy a Veil of Discord for 1525 gold. It will grant Queen of Pain 4 Intelligence, 4 Strength, and 4 Agility. Akasha can use Veil of Discord to cast Magic Weakness on all enemy units in a 600 radius. Enemy units affected by Veil of Discord can take up to 18% more damage from spells for 16 seconds. Magic Weakness has a cooldown of 22 seconds and consumes 50 mana. 

Queen of Pain’s ulti, Sonic Wave, can be used to deal 550 Pure damage to all her opponents in front of her in a 450 radius. Enemy units affected by Sonic Wave will be pushed back for a distance of 350. Sonic Wave has a cooldown of 125 seconds and needs 550 mana. You can reduce the cooldown of Sonic Wave by 60 seconds at level 20. Sonic Wave also deals 200 more damage after reaching level 25 through the Talent Tree. 

Akasha has a higher chance of surviving battles with a Linken’s Sphere. You can purchase Linken’s Sphere for 4600 gold in the game. Linken’s Sphere provides 16 Intelligence, 16 Strength, 16 Agility, 7 health regeneration, and 5 mana regeneration to Queen of Pain. The item blocks spells from enemy heroes that are cast on Queen of Pain once every 14 seconds. Queen of Pain is a great choice to help you accomplish the For The Love of The Game Weekly Quest during Week 10 with the Battle Pass 2022. 

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Puck silences her enemies with her spells

Puck is an Intelligence hero who can shift the tide of battle with her skills. She can nuke enemy creeps and heroes to farm faster in the lanes. The ranged hero can move out of danger when she is being attacked by her opponents. Puck can restrain her enemies to a location and silence them in team fights. 

The Intelligence hero has a base HP of 540 and a base mana of 351. She has base stats of 23 Intelligence, 22 Agility, and 17 Strength. Puck gains 3.5 Intelligence per level. She has a projectile speed of 900. Her physical attacks have a range of 550. 

Illusory Orb can be released in any direction and extends to a maximum distance of 1950. All enemy units hit by Illusory Orb can take up to 300 damage. Illusory Orb has a cooldown of 9 seconds and consumes 140 mana in the game. Puck can use Ethereal Jaunt to teleport herself to the location of the Illusory Orb at any time after casting the ability. 

Puck can use Waning Rift to jump forward to a distance of 400. Enemy units at her landing location take 250 damage and are silenced for up to 3.5 seconds. Waning Rift has a cooldown of 13 seconds and requires 130 mana. You can increase the damage dealt by Waning Rift, increase the duration of silence, and decrease the cooldown of Wanning Rift through the Talent Tree. 

Phase Shift can be used to make Puck invulnerable to incoming damage for up to 3.3 seconds. It has a cooldown of 6.5 seconds. Puck can launch an Illusory Orb and channel Phase Shift till she finds a safe location to teleport to. You can use Phase Shift to evade incoming spells such as Storm Hammer, Chaos Bolt, and Meat Hook. 

Puck’s ulti, Dream Coil, can be cast to latch enemy heroes onto a specific location. Dream Coil affects all enemy heroes in a 600 distance. It deals initial damage of 275 and stuns enemy heroes for 3 seconds who move away for a distance of up to 400. It has a cooldown of 75 seconds and consumes 200 mana to be cast in the game. You can reduce the cooldown of Dream Coil by 10 seconds at level 15. 

You can buy an Aether Lens to increase the mana pool of Puck. Aether Lens costs 2275 gold in the game. It provides 300 mana and 2.5 mana regeneration to the Intelligence hero. Aether Lens also increases the range of all abilities and items used by Puck by up to 225 radius. 

Puck can use Lotus Orb to reflect incoming spells back to the caster. Lotus Orb costs 3850 gold. Puck can gain 250 mana, 10 armor, 6.5 health regeneration, and 4 mana regeneration by equipping Lotus Orb. You can activate Lotus Orb to reflect all spells targeted at Puck for up to 6 seconds. You can add Aether Lens and Lotus Orb to your inventory while playing many matches with Puck to complete the For The Love of The Game Weekly Quest with the Battle Pass 2022 during Week 10. 

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