Battle Pass 2022 – Hardest Weekly Quests of Week 9

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Battle Pass 2022 – Hardest Weekly Quests of Week 9

You can take a look at this guide to help you finish the hardest Weekly Quests of Week 9 with the Battle Pass 2022. 

The International 2022 Finals will be taking place over the weekend between October 29 – 30, 2022. You can watch the top teams in Dota 2, including Team Aster, Team Liquid, Team Secret, and Tundra Esports, battling it out to secure their spots in the Grand Finals to claim the Aegis of Champions. 

Players logging into their Dota 2 accounts will get to participate in The International 2022 celebrations. You get a chance to claim The International Swag Bag to get one month of Dota Plus, a level 1 Battle Pass, and an Arcana from the Dota 2 store. 

People with the Battle Pass 2022 are playing plenty of Dota 2 matches to earn bonus battle points. You can complete the Weekly Quests every week to be rewarded with tons of battle points that can be used to level up faster with the Battle Pass 2022. Here are a few of the hardest Weekly Quests of Week 9 and the heroes you can choose to accomplish these challenges with ease. 

Plus One – Get 15 double kills

Getting multiple kills in a team fight is a talent that few Dota 2 players possess. You’ll need to get double kills with your hero in a game to complete the Plus One Weekly Quest during Week 9. Make sure you have an eye out for any signals from your team on the minimap to get double kills without getting killed. 

Players can get 2 double kills in a match to earn a star for the Plus One Weekly Quest. You can get 5 double kills to earn 2 stars for the Plus One Weekly Quest, and getting 15 double kills will earn you 3 stars. Take a look at these heroes that you can choose to get more double kills in a game. 


Bloodseeker uses Bloodrage to gain bonus attack speed

Bloodseeker is an Agility hero who can use his attack speed to shred his enemies to pieces. The melee hero is on the constant lookout for enemies running low on health to swoop in and slay his opponents. He can track weakened enemies anywhere on the map and is drawn to their blood. 

Players who choose Bloodseeker can take the safe lane to farm safely during the first 10 minutes of the game. You can stack creeps in neutrals camps and use Thirst to regain a portion of your health after killing creeps. 

The melee hero has a base attack damage of 57 – 63. You can equip a Quelling Blade early in the game to provide bonus attack damage to Bloodseeker. Players can farm near the tower till they can farm their core items. 

You’ll have to use the right sequence of spells to get double kills with Bloodseeker. He is among the most dangerous carry heroes in the game if you can time his skills properly. People entering a team fight can use Rupture on a weakened hero. 

Rupture, Bloodseeker’s ulti, deals Pure damage to enemies based on the distance they move after the spell has been cast on them. Enemy units affected by Rupture can take damage for up to 12 seconds. Rupture has a cooldown of 70 seconds and consumes 200 mana. 

You can use Blood Rite right after using Rupture. Blood Rite will force enemy units to move, dealing Pure damage to them while they try to escape the battle. Enemy units that Blood Rite hits can take 240 Pure damage and get silenced for 6 seconds. Blood Rite affects all enemy units in a 600 radius. It has a cooldown of 12 seconds and requires 120 mana. 

Players can max out Bloodrage for a higher chance of getting a double kill in battles. Bloodseeker gains 150 bonus attack speed and 30% increased spell damage for up to 8 seconds. You can purchase Maelstrom for 2700 gold in the game. Maelstrom can deal a devastating amount of damage to enemy units by activating Bloodrage. 

The increased attack speed from Bloodrage will amplify Bloodseeker’s chances of releasing Chain Lightning with each strike. Maelstrom will provide 24 attack damage to the melee hero that can prove to be effective while taking on multiple enemies at once. 

Blade Mail is a useful item for Bloodseeker in battles. The item costs 2100 gold. It provides 28 attack damage and 6 armor to the Agility hero. Bloodseeker can activate Blade Mail to return up to 80% of incoming damage for 5.5 seconds. You can use Blade Mail inside Blood Rite to attack enemy heroes while they are silenced. 

Bloodseeker, with Maelstrom and Blade Mail equipped in his inventory, can easily get double kills in Dota 2 matches. Bloodrage has to be turned on to get bonus attack speed while attacking opponents with Maelstrom and Blade mail. These 2 items can make it a breeze to finish the Plus One Weekly Quest of Week 9. 


Zeus strikes enemies with Lightning Bolt

Zeus is an Intelligence hero who can use his spells to nuke his enemies. He can use different spells to gain double kills from vast distances in each game. Players need to increase the mana pool of Zeus to be able to cast spells at will to destroy their opponents. 

Zeus has a base HP of 580 and a base mana of 339. He gains 3.3 Intelligence per level, making him capable of using his spells to obliterate enemies in team fights. The ranged hero has a projectile speed of 1100, giving him adequate pace to cast his spells in battle. 

Lightning Bolt is an integral ability that can be used to turn Zeus into a killing machine. Each instance of Lightning Bolt deals 350 damage. Lightning Bolt has a cooldown of 6 seconds and consumes 135 mana. 

You can purchase an Aether Lens to provide 300 mana and 2.5 mana regeneration to Zeus. Aether Lens increases the cast range of all his spells and items by 225. Zeus can equip Aether Lens and Blink Dagger to close in on enemies and zap them with his spells. 

Zeus’s ulti, Thundergod’s Wrath, can be used to deal 550 damage to all enemy heroes on the map. You can nuke enemy heroes with Arc Lightning and Lightning Bolt till they have low health and use Thundergod’s Wrath to finish them off. These spells can help you get more double kills in a game and earn more stars for the Plus One Weekly Quest while playing Zeus.   

You can purchase an Aghanim’s Scepter to learn a new ability, Nimbus. Zeus can use Nimbus on a specific location on the map to instantly cast Lightning Bolt on his opponents. Nimbus has a cooldown of 45 seconds and needs 325 mana. You can use a Refresher Orb for Zeus to drastically increase your rate of getting double kills with Thundergod’s Wrath and Nimbus. 

Resistance is Futile – Deal 40000 Pure damage to enemy heroes

There are several heroes in Dota 2 who deal Pure damage with their abilities. Spells that deal Pure damage can pierce the armor of the enemy units. Players who are familiar with heroes that deal Pure damage can attempt the Resistance is Futile Weekly Quest during Week 9 of the Battle Pass 2022. 

You can deal 4000 Pure damage to earn a star for the Resistance is Futile Weekly Quest. Dealing 12000 Pure damage will earn you 2 stars for the Resistance is Futile Weekly Quest and dealing 40000 Pure damage in Dota 2 matches will provide 3 stars. You can play these heroes to deal a massive amount of Pure damage in battles. 

Queen of Pain

Queen of Pain uses Sonic Wave to deal Pure damage to her enemies

Queen of Pain is a vice woman who can turn pain into pleasure for her dearest players. The Intelligence hero can nuke enemies with spells that slow their movement speed and deal damage to multiple enemies. 

Sonic Wave, her ulti, can be used to deal 550 damage to all units in front of her in a 450 range. Enemy units hit by Sonic Wave are knocked back by a distance of 350. Queen of Pain’s ulti has a cooldown of 125 seconds and requires 550 mana. 

You can reduce the cooldown of Sonic Wave by 60 seconds at level 20. Players can also add 200 Pure damage dealt by Sonic Wave at level 25 through the Talent Tree. Nuke enemy heroes frequently with Sonic Wave to complete the Resistance is Futile Weekly Quest during Week 9 of the Battle Pass 2022. 


Doom intimidates enemies with his ulti

Doom is a Strength hero who can stun his foes and silence them in battles. The melee hero can use his ulti to deal Pure damage and prevent enemy heroes from using their abilities. His skills make him a durable hero who can withstand loads of incoming damage and disable enemies to gain an advantage for his team during team fights. 

His ulti, Doom, can deal up to 60 damage per second. Enemy units affected by Doom are silenced for 16 seconds and take Pure damage for the duration. Doom has a cooldown of 145 seconds and needs 300 mana to be cast in the game. 

You can reduce the cooldown of Doom by 35 seconds at level 20. Reaching level 25 will also allow Doom’s ulti to apply a break on passive abilities. Don’t hesitate to choose Doom while earning stars for Resistance is Futile Weekly Quest in Week 9. 

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