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Best Heroes For The Off Lane in 7.33C Patch
These are the best heroes you can play in the off lane to help your allies defeat the enemy team in the 7.33c patch for Dota 2.
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Dota 2 players will be excited to find out that the strategy game released the 7.33c patch over the weekend. The new version of Dota 2 has changed quite a few things that have made certain heroes better in the off lane. These changes include a number of item updates to let heroes attack the enemy team for bonus gold
Take a look at the best heroes in the 7.33c patch that you can choose to play in the off lane.
Chaos Knight is a mighty carry hero in Dota 2. He can create images of himself to strike enemy heroes in the off lane for easy kills. The melee hero can stun enemies in the off lane with his abilities right from the start of a match. He has a base movement speed of 325 that lets Chaos Knight chase enemy heroes with his images. You can purchase a Phase Boots for Chaos Knight to gain 50 movement speed, 18 attack damage, and 4 armor. He can activate Phase Boots to increase his movement speed by an additional 20% for 3 seconds to destroy enemy heroes on the run in the off lane.
The minimum damage dealt using Chaos Bolt has been increased from 60 to 90 at level 1. You can max out Chaos Bolt to deal up to 180 damage as a minimum at level 4 with Chaos Knight. He can stun his opponents for up to 3.3 seconds using Chaos Bolt to disable enemy heroes in battles. Enemy units affected by Chaos Bolt can take up to 300 maximum damage from the spell. Chaos Bolt has a cooldown of 10 seconds and requires 110 mana to be used per cast. You can decrease the cooldown of Chaos Bolt by 3 seconds at level 15.
The Strength hero can cast Reality Rift to pull enemy heroes from a distance of 400, reducing their armor by 7 for 6 seconds. Reality Rift has a cooldown of 6 seconds and needs 50 mana to be used per cast. You can buy a Magic Wand early in a match to restore health and mana to Chaos Knight during battles in the off lane. A Magic Wand can be bought for 450 gold in the game. The item grants 3 attributes to Strength, Intelligence, and Agility. Chaos Knight can use a Magic Wand to replenish 15 health and mana per charge. The Magic Wand gains a charge every time an enemy hero casts a spell around Chaos Knight in a radius of 1200.
The changes in the 7.33c patch have made Chaos Strike integral to Chaos Knight in his matches. Chaos Knight gains a 33% chance to deal up to 245% attack damage to enemy units per hit. He also gains 60% Lifesteal from Chaos Strikes in battles to help him last longer in the New Frontiers map. You can increase the Lifesteal of Chaos Strike by 30% at level 10 through the Talent Tree. Chaos Strike can pierce through spell immunity, making him a feared adversary in Dota 2 matches.
His ulti, Phantasm, can be used to create 3 illusions of Chaos Knight in team fights. He can push the off lane and destroy enemy towers faster using Phantasm in the 7.33c patch. The illusions summoned by his ulti deal 100% of Chaos Knight’s attack damage. These images last for 30 seconds per cast. Phantasm has a cooldown of 75 seconds and requires 175 mana. Chaos Knight can buy a Manta Style for 4600 gold to strike enemy heroes with increased attack speed. Manta Style can be activated to create an additional 2 illusions of Chaos Knight per cast. The images created by Manta Style last for 20 seconds and take 300% damage from incoming attacks in battles.
Earthshaker is a sturdy tank hero in Dota 2. He has a base health of 604 and a base mana pool of 291. Earthshaker gains a massive 3.7 Strength per level, providing loads of health to tank damage from enemy heroes and creeps in the off lane. He can create a ridge made of stones using Fissure to block the path of enemy heroes in the game. Earthshaker can help his allies get First Blood! by using Fissure near trees and ledges.
The cast range of Fissure has been increased from 1400 to 1600 in the new update. Enemy units hit by Fissure are stunned for up to 1.4 seconds. Earthshaker deals up to 260 damage per cast using Fissure in battles. Fissure has a cooldown of 15 seconds and needs 150 mana to be used per cast.
He is among the most effective stunners in the game. Earthshaker can slam the ground with his totem using Enchant Totem to deal 400% critical damage to them. Enchant Totem has a cooldown of 5 seconds and requires 50 mana to be used per cast. You can level up at least one level of Aftershock to stun enemies with each spell Earthshaker casts in the game. Earthshaker can stun enemies with Enchant Totem frequently after maxing out Aftershock in battles.
You can purchase an Aghanim’s Scepter for Earthshaker to be able to enter battles from a distance. The melee hero can cast Enchant Totem to leap forward in the direction he faces to stun enemies and deal bonus damage. You can reduce the cooldown of Enchant Totem by 2 seconds at level 25. The cast point of Enchant Totem has been reduced from 0.6 to 0.5 in the 7.33c patch, making the ability faster at stunning heroes in team fights.
His ulti, Echo Slam, can be used to eliminate enemy heroes and creeps around Earthshaker. You can cast Echo Slam to deal over 100 damage per echo. The damage dealt by Echo Slam has been increased from 110 to 125 in the 7.33c patch. The new update has also increased the radius of Echo Slam from 600 to 700. His ulti has a lower cooldown in the 7.33c patch, allowing Earthshaker to smash more enemy heroes in the off lane with Echo Slam.
Earthshaker can purchase a Daedalus for 5150 gold. The item provides up to 88 bonus attack damage to Earthshaker. Physical attacks have a 30% chance to deal 225% critical damage by equipping a Daedalus for Earthshaker.
Lifestealer can be a voracious death dealer in the 7.33c patch. His abilities make Lifestealer a dangerous hero to encounter in the forest. Lifestealer can scout the New Frontiers map in the off lane to get early kills with his team. He gains up to 2.4 Strength per level.
He can buy an Orb of Corrosion to gain 150 health. The bonus health provided by Orb of Corrosion lets Lifestealer take last hits without getting killed in the off lane. Melee attacks from Lifestealer can slow the movement speed of Lifestealer by 13% and deals up to 3 damage per second (DPS) for 3 seconds. Orb of Corrosion costs 925 gold in the game.
You can use Rage to attack enemy heroes with increased movement speed and magic resistance for 6 seconds. Lifestealer gains 80% magic resistance while Rage is active and is immune to debuffs for the duration of the spell. The cooldown of Rage has been reduced from 18 to 17 seconds in the 7.33c patch.
His passive ability, Ghoul Frenzy, lets Lifestealer slow the movement of his enemies by 30% for 1.5 seconds with each attack. You can max out Ghoul Frenzy to gain a bonus attack speed of 70. You can buy an Echo Sabre to attack enemies twice with your physical attacks to deal bonus damage in the off lane with Lifestealer.
You can Infest enemy units, allied units, and neutral creeps by casting his ulti in battles. Lifestealer can move the controlled creeps after using Infest on them to move out of enemy encounters in Dota 2. The cooldown of Infest has been reduced from 100 seconds to 80 seconds at level 6 in the new update.