Battle Pass 2022 – Guide to Completing Weekly Quests for Week 5

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Battle Pass 2022 – Guide to Completing Weekly Quests for Week 5

Take a look at this in-depth guide to completing Weekly Quests for Week 5 with the Battle Pass 2022. 

Week 5 of the Battle Pass 2022 has exciting quests that will help support heroes to gain a reputation for being a go-getter. You can earn bonus battle points by finishing Weekly Quests to unlock special effects for items, emoticons, and treasures. 

Battle Pass 2022 offers players new quests every week to hone their skills. This week, you can dominate games with Intelligence heroes and burn the mana of your enemies to achieve more stars in the Weekly Quests. Here’s what you need to do to complete the Weekly Quests for Week 5. 

Click Smarter – Win 8 games as an Intelligence hero

Intelligence heroes can disable enemy heroes and nuke them with their skills. Many people who are learning to play Dota 2 excel at playing Intelligence heroes. 

You can win 2 games with Intelligence heroes to earn a star for the Click Smarter Weekly Quest during Week 5 of the Battle Pass 2022. Win 4 games with Intelligence heroes to get 2 stars and winning a total of 8 games with Intelligence heroes will reward you with 3 stars for the Click Smarter quest. You can play these Intelligence heroes to have a better chance of winning in Dota 2.  

Keeper of the Light

Keeper of the Light uses Illuminate on enemies

Keeper of the Light is an Intelligence hero who can instantly restore mana of his teammates. The support hero has a base movement speed of 320 that lets him escape from battles. You can equip Tranquil Boots for KotL to increase his movement speed by 65. It also increases his HP regeneration rate by 14 when he is not attacked by enemy units. 

You can use Illuminate to deal up to 500 magical damage to enemies in the game with KotL. It has a maximum channel time of 3 seconds and affects all enemy units in a 1550 range. You can stand behind trees or next to the tower to conceal the Intelligence hero while he channels his ability. Illuminate has a cooldown of 13 seconds and needs 175 mana to be cast. 

Ezalor can use Solar Bind to slow his opponents for 7 seconds. Solar Bind will also reduce the magic resistance of enemy units by up to 35%. It has a cooldown of 14 seconds and consumes 120 mana. You can use Solar Bind on ranged heroes trying to flee from battle. 

Chakra Magic is the most resourceful skill of Ezalor. The Intelligence hero can restore up to 320 mana to his allies and reduce their cooldown by 6 seconds. It has a cooldown of 12 seconds. You need to cast Chakra Magic and Illuminate as often as possible while playing Keeper of the Light to win more matches in Dota 2. Both of these spells can be cast constantly to help you achieve more stars for Click Smarter Weekly Quest during Week 5 of the Battle Pass 2022. 

His ulti, Spirit Form, lets Ezalor turn himself into a body of light for 40 seconds. He gains bonus movement speed and cast range bonus while in Spirit Form. Illuminate also heals allies for a portion of the damage dealt while Spirit Form is active. 

Spirit Form allows Ezalor to cast Blinding Light on an area to push back enemies within a 600 radius. Blinding Light will cause enemies to miss a few of their attacks for 4 seconds. It has a cooldown of 18 seconds and requires 150 mana. The 7.32c patch has increased the damage dealt by Blinding Light from 100 to 100/140/180. 


Lich uses Frost Blast to slow his enemies

Lich is a frost-mage who can use his abilities to slow his enemies and disable them in battle. Many people love playing Lich for his ability to nuke opponents from a distance. The ranged hero has a base HP of 600 and base mana pool of 363. He has base stats of 24 Intelligence, 20 Strength, and 17 Agility. Lich gains 3.6 Intelligence per level in Dota 2. 

The Intelligence hero can use Frost Blast to deal damage to enemy units in a 200 radius. Frost Blast can decrease the movement speed of opponents by 30% and their attack speed by 60%. It has a cooldown of 7 seconds and consumes 140 mana. You can use Frost Blast on melee heroes that have an increased attack speed to protect your team. 

The recent 7.32c update has increased the health regeneration rate by 0.5. The radius and damage of Frost Blast has been increased from 125 to 150 in the 7.32c update and it can be unlocked at level 10 through the Talent Tree.

Frost Shield can be applied on allies and buildings to reduce incoming damage by 60%. It deals 50 damage per second and is active for up to 8 seconds. Frost Shield can also slow enemies by 35%. It has a cooldown of 15 seconds and needs 130 mana to be cast. 

Sinister Gaze can be used to pull enemy units towards the Lich for up to 2.5 seconds. It has a cooldown of 18 seconds and needs 80 mana. You can buy an Aghanim’s Scepter for the Lich to turn Sinister Gaze into a spell that affects multiple enemy units in a 400 radius.  

You can use Lich’s ulti, Chain Frost, to wipe out enemies in a team fight. It can deal 550 damage per bounce and bounces off of enemies for a total of 10 times. You can increase the damage from Chain Frost by 100 by reaching level 20. Chain Frost can gain unlimited bounces at level 25 through the Talent Tree. 

You can choose Lich to easily win more matches as an Intelligence hero to earn stars for the Click Smarter Weekly Quest. He can deal massive damage to enemy units in an area with his spells and support the team by guarding them against incoming attacks. 

They Don’t Like That – Burn 20000 mana from enemy heroes with spells and abilities

Burning mana can be fun in Dota 2. Some specific heroes are outstanding at depleting the mana of their enemies. You can burn 3000 mana of enemy heroes to complete the They Don’t Like That Weekly Quest for a star. Burning 9000 mana will fetch you 2 stars and burning 20000 mana will get you 3 stars for the They Don’t Like That quest during Week 5. Choose these heroes to be able to complete the They Don’t Like That Weekly Quest with ease. 


Anti-Mage burns the mana of his enemies

Anti-Mage is a mighty melee hero in the game who can burn his enemy’s mana with every hit. The Agility hero has a base attack damage of 53 – 57, a base movement speed of 310, and base armor of 4. He has 620 HP and 219 mana at the start of the game. Anti-Mage gains 2.8 Agility per level in Dota 2. 

The carry hero can burn the mana of his opponents with his physical attacks using Mana Break. Each hit can burn up to 64 mana after maxing out Mana Break in the game. Mana Break lets the melee hero deal 50% of the mana burnt as damage to his enemies. Enemy units with all of their mana drained by Anti-Mage’s attacks will have their movement speed slowed by 40% for 0.8 seconds. 

Mana Break will let Dota 2 players accomplish They Don’t Like That Weekly Quest without any hassles. You can equip items like Manta Style and Butterfly to increase the attack speed of Anti-Mage. The Agility hero can drain the mana of his enemies within a few quick strikes after getting to level 4 of Mana Break. 

You can use Blink to initiate battles in Dota 2. Blink has an increased range of 1200. It has a cooldown of 6 seconds and needs 45 mana. Blink can also be used to evade certain spells like Magic Missile and Unstable Concoction. 

Anti-Mage has heightened magic resistance with Counterspell. The melee hero can have his magic resistance increased by 45% by leveling up Counterspell in the game. You can activate Counterspell to reflect spells back to their users for 1.2 seconds. It has a minor cooldown of 3 seconds and consumes 45 mana per cast. 

You can use Anti-Mage’s ulti, Mana Void, to deal 1.1 damage to enemies for every missing mana point. Mana Void affects all enemy units in a 500 radius. It also stuns opponents for 0.3 seconds. Mana Void has a cooldown of 70 seconds and needs 300 mana to be used. 

You can play as Anti-Mage to obtain more stars for the They Don’t Like That Weekly Quest during Week 5. Mana Break will let you burn more mana per hit from multiple enemies and you can use Mana Void to deal devastating damage to your opponents in the game. 


Invoker uses his spells to nuke enemies

Invoker is an Intelligence hero who can use his spells to deal damage to enemies in a large area around him. He can use E.M.P. to drain the mana of his opponents in a 675 radius and deals damage for every point of mana drained. You can use a combination of Tornado and E.M.P. to disable enemies while E.M.P. charges up. 

Dota 2 players can play as Invoker in a couple of games and nuke enemies with E.M.P. to complete the They Don’t Like That Weekly Quest in Week 5 of the Battle Pass 2022. 

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