Best Heroes for The Mid Lane in 7.33C Patch

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Best Heroes for The Mid Lane in 7.33C Patch

You can choose these heroes for the mid lane to win more Dota 2 matches in the 7.33c patch.

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Dota 2 got the 7.33c patch released in the last few days and has made several changes to give people a chance to get plenty of kills. These changes include how Wisdom runes work in the New Frontiers map and a number of updates for items to help esports teams improve their teamwork.

Take a look at the best heroes in Dota 2 for the mid lane in the new update.

Death Prophet

Death Prophet nukes enemies in the mid lane

Death Prophet is a strong choice for the mid lane in the 7.33c patch. She can push lanes, silence enemy heroes in battles, and nuke enemy creeps with her spells to earn more gold in the mid lane. The ranged hero has a base Intelligence of 24 and gains 3 Intelligence per level.

You can head mid with Death Prophet to level up Crypt Swarm to drain the health of your enemies. The damage dealt using Crypt Swarms has been increased from 310 to 325 in the latest version of the game. Crypt Swarm has a cast range of 810, letting Death Prophet destroy enemy creeps and heroes in her lane. You’ll need 110 mana per cast to use Crypt Swarms in battles. Death Prophet can buy an Aether Lens to increase her mana pool by 300 mana and her mana regeneration rate by 2.5. The item extends the cast range of her abilities and items, including, Crypt Swarm, by 225. Aether Lens can be bought for 2275 gold.

Death Prophet can purchase a Veil of Discord to deal bonus magical damage with her spells. You can farm loads of gold in the mid lane to complete a Veil of Discord before the first 10 minutes of the game. Veil of Discord costs 1525 gold and provides 5 attributes to her Intelligence, Strength, and Agility. She can use Veil of Discord to cast Magic Weakness to amplify the damage from her spells by 18%. The effects of Veil of Discord lasts for 16 seconds and can be used on the map to strike enemies in a radius of 600.

The radius of Silence in the 7.33c patch has been increased from 425 to 450. Death Prophet can cast Silence on enemy heroes to prevent them from using their spells for up to 6 seconds. You can attack enemy heroes with Spirit Siphon to absorb 100 health per second for 6 seconds while playing Death Prophet. You can roam the map using the Twin Gates to get more kills with Death Prophet and destroy towers in different lanes.

Her ulti, Exorcism, can be used to summon up to 24 spirits that deal 61 damage per hit. These spirits can last for up to 40 seconds in the 7.33c patch for Dota 2. You can use Exorcism during team fights to mutilate enemy heroes with Death Prophet. She is healed for a large portion of her health based on the damage dealt by the spirits while her ulti is active.

Death Prophet can guard herself and her allies in the new update by purchasing a Pavise. You can buy a Pavise for 1400 gold in the game. Pavise provides 175 health, 3 armor, and 2.5 mana regeneration to Death Prophet. She can cast Protect using Pavise to absorb up to 300 damage from enemy attacks for 8 seconds. The 7.33c patch now lets Protect absorb physical damage dealt from magical spells, making it a solid item to buy for Death Prophet in Dota 2 matches. These items can help Death Prophet own the mid lane in the update.


Huskar annihilates enemies in the mid lane

Huskar is a raging mid hero in Dota 2. He can decimate enemy heroes with his physical attacks after leveling up in the mid lane. Huskar has a base health of 626 and a base mana of 291. His base Strength has been increased from 20 to 23 in the 7.33c patch. Huskar gains 3.3 Strength per level, providing tons of health to
the ranged hero.

You can buy a Bottle for Huskar to cast more spells in the mid lane. A Bottle can be bought for 675 gold in the game. Each charge of a Bottle can be used to replenish up to 110 health and 60 mana. You can store and activate runes found in the river to gain an advantage in battles while playing Huskar. Runes like Regeneration and Shield can make Huskar a tremendously effective hero against the enemy team. You can also heal allies using a Bottle to restore their health in other lanes
with Huskar.

He can cast Inner Fire on enemy units in a radius of 500 to deal 300 damage to them. Enemy heroes affected by Inner Fire have their attacks disarmed for 4 seconds and get knocked back by a few units per cast. Huskar can strike his enemies with his ulti, Life Break, to deal 44% of their max health as damage. Life Break slows the movement speed of enemy heroes by 60% for 5 seconds, letting Huskar deal massive amounts of damage with his ulti after using Inner Fire.

People can max out Burning Spear to deal 20 burn damage per second (DPS) for 8 seconds and these attacks can be stacked. You can buy an Armlet of Mordiggian to gain 25 attack speed, 15 attack damage, 6 armor, and 5 health regeneration. Huskar can turn on Unholy Strength using Armlet of Mordiggian to increase his attack damage by 35, Strength by 25, and his armor by 4.

Huskar can use his missing health to gain bonus attack speed, magic resistance, and health regeneration rate by leveling up Berserker’s Blood. You can purchase items that provide bonus attack damage to eliminate enemy heroes with Huskar. Crystalys provides up to 32 attack damage to the ranged hero. Huskar can hit enemy heroes with Critical Strike using a Crystalys to get more kills in his matches. He can buy a Desolator to increase his attack damage by 50. Physical attacks from Huskar weaken the armor of enemy heroes by 6, dealing bonus damage to his opponents in Dota 2. You can easily dominate the mid lane with Huskar in the 7.33c patch.


Invoker summons Chaos Meteor to hit enemies in the 7.33c patch

Invoker is a fantastic Intelligence hero. His base Strength has been increased from 18 to 19 in the new update for Dota 2. Many of his most devastating spells have been tweaked to improve the damage output in the 7.33c patch. Invoker can stun enemy heroes in lanes by casting Cold Snap on them. Enemy units hit by Cold Snap can take up to 64 bonus damage per hit, based on the level of Quas. The freeze duration of Cold Snap has been increased from 0.3 to 0.4 in the new update.

You can use a combination of Tornado and Chaos Meteor to overwhelm opponents in team fights with Invoker. The travel distance of Tornado has been doubled at level 1 of Wex. Enemies attacked by a Tornado will be lifted up into the air for a few seconds, disabling the enemy team during battles. Invoker can cast Chaos Meteor immediately after using Tornado to wipe out enemy heroes. The contact damage of Chaos Meteor has been increased from 185 to 220 in the 7.33c patch. The burn DPS for Chaos Meteor has been increased from 38 to 45. You can increase the number of Chaos Meteors from 1 to 3 at level 20.

Invoker can cast E.M.P. during battles to drain the mana of enemy heroes. The pull speed of E.M.P. has been increased from 100 to 175 in the latest update, letting Invoker deal tons of damage from the spell. You can buy an Octarine Core for Invoker to gain 625 health, 625 mana, 7.5 health regeneration, and 3.25 mana regeneration. Octarine Core reduces the cooldown of all of his spells and items by 25%, allowing Invoker to cast multiple spells during team fights to scorch
his enemies.

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