You can buy a Force Staff for these heroes in Dota 2 to become a skilled death dealer in the 7.33b patch.
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People are putting in tons of effort to discover new ways to improve their game in the 7.33b patch for Dota 2. The recent release of the update has provided several new objectives and items that can shift the odds of battle in your favor at any time. Items like Pavise, Harpoon, and Disperser have got the Dota 2 community hyped up about their matches online.
Older items like the Force Staff has a number of ways that it can be implemented by the heroes in the roster. Force Staff can be bought for 2200 gold in the game. The item provides 175 health and 10 Intelligence to heroes during battles. You can use Force Staff to activate Force that pushes units forward up to a distance of 600. Force Staff has a cooldown of 19 seconds and requires 150 mana to be used per cast.
Take a look at the best heroes you can choose to buy a Force Staff in the new update for Dota 2.
Outworld Destroyer is an Intelligence hero with physical attacks that can deal bonus damage to enemy heroes. He gains up to 4.2 Intelligence per level. Outworld Destroyer has a maximum range of 450. You can purchase a Force Staff for the Outworld Destroyer to reach enemy heroes on the run during team fights. The low cost of Force Staff makes it one of the best items to buy early in a match for Harbinger.
He has a base movement speed of 320. You can head to the mid lane with Outworld Destroyer to farm more gold. People can level up Astral Imprisonment to banish enemy heroes for up to 4 seconds with each cast. Enemy units hit by Outworld Destroyer take up to 360 damage during battles. Astral Imprisonment has a cast range of 650. It can be used with Force Staff to deal tons of damage to enemy heroes throughout the game. Astral Imprisonment has a cooldown of 12 seconds and needs 150 mana to be used.
You can max out Arcane Orb before roaming the New Frontiers map for early kills. Arcane Orb deals Pure damage to enemy heroes based on the mana pool of Outworld Destroyer. You can buy items like an Aether Lens and Witch Blade to increase the damage dealt from his physical attacks. Aether Lens provides 300 mana and 2.5 mana regeneration to Outworld Destroyer. You can buy a Witch Blade for Outworld Destroyer to gain 35 attack speed, 300 projectile speed, 12 Intelligence, and 6 armor. The increased attack speed lets Outworld Destroyer annihilate enemy heroes within seconds. Witch Blade also helps the Intelligence hero deal bonus damage and slow enemy heroes by 25% for 4 seconds.
Force Staff will allow Outworld Destroyer to close in on his enemies throughout the match. You can use Astral Imprisonment between attacks to banish enemy heroes, giving Outworld Destroyer a bit of time to regenerate his health during battles. You can level up his passive ability, Essence Flux, to gain a 30% chance to restore 55% of Outworld Destroyer’s mana pool with each spell he casts.
You can activate a Force Staff to hit multiple enemy heroes with his ulti, Sanity’s Eclipse. Outworld Destroyer can deal a base damage of 400 and a bonus damage based on the difference in the mana pool of the enemy heroes. Sanity’s Eclipse affects all enemy units in a radius of 600. His ulti has a cooldown of 130 seconds and needs 450 mana.
Outworld Destroyer can buy a Scythe of Vyse to gain 35 Intelligence, 10 Strength, 10 Agility, and 8.5 mana regeneration. Scythe of Vyse costs 5550 gold. You can use Scythe of Vyse to Hex enemy heroes for up to 2.8 seconds, preventing them from attacking or casting their spells for the duration of the spell. Outworld Destroyer can use Force Staff and Scythe of Vyse to increase his kill counts in the 7.33b patch.
Enchantress is a highly tactile support hero in Dota 2. She can use Force Staff in many different ways to help her allies in battles. She has a base health of 494 and a base mana pool of 339, letting her cast her spells in lanes to restore health to her teammates. Force Staff will also increase the health of Enchantress by 175, letting her tank damage from enemy attacks in her lane.
Her physical attacks can deal Pure damage to enemy heroes based on the distance between Enchantress and her opponent using Impetus. You can use a Force Staff to increase the damage dealt by Impetus to enemy heroes during battles. Enchantress can attack enemy heroes in the safe lane to earn bonus experience.
She can use Enchant on neutral creeps found in the safe lane to convert them. Enchanted creeps gain a bonus health of 500, armor of 8, and attack damage of 70. You can strike enemy heroes in the safe lane with Enchanted creeps and Force Staff to prevent them from escaping. Controlled units last for up to 120 seconds. Enchantress can cast Enchant on enemy heroes to slow their movement speed by 60% for 5 seconds. Enchant has a cooldown of 12 seconds and needs 70 mana to be used per cast.
You can push allied heroes away from enemies using Force Staff to protect them during battles. Enchantress can turn on Nature’s Attendants to heal allies for 16 health per second after using Force Staff on them. You can purchase a Rod of Atos for Enchantress to gain 24 Intelligence, 12 Strength, and 12 Agility. Rod of Atos can be bought for 2750 gold in the game. You can use Rod of Atos to cast Cripple on enemy heroes to root them for 2 seconds. Enchantress can attack enemy heroes with Impetus while they are rooted to increase the damage dealt. Force Staff will let Enchantress chase enemy heroes before they can teleport to their base.
Bloodseeker is an Agility hero who can use Force Staff to increase his kill streaks. Force Staff grants Bloodseeker various ways to distract enemy heroes during team fights. You can use Force Staff to push enemy heroes into a Blood Rite to silence them for 6 seconds. Enemy units hit by a Blood Rite can take up to 240 Pure damage. Blood Rite has a cooldown of 12 seconds and needs 120 mana.
He can push himself forward in lanes using a Force Staff to be able to hit enemy heroes with melee attacks. Bloodseeker can cast Bloodrage to increase his attack speed by 150 for 8 seconds. Buying items like a Maelstrom can increase the attack damage of Bloodseeker by 24. Physical attacks gain a 30% chance to release a bolt of electricity that deals 135 damage to multiple enemy units in a radius of 650.
You can cast Rupture to weaken enemy heroes in battles while playing Bloodseeker. Rupture can be cast on enemy heroes to deal 55% of the distance moved in lanes as Pure damage. You can activate Force Staff with Bloodseeker on enemy heroes affected by Rupture to deal more damage to them in Dota 2 matches. Once the enemy hero stops moving from his location, you can cast Bloodrite to prevent them from casting spells. Bloodseeker can destroy enemy heroes frequently with a Force Staff to gain bonus gold from his battles.