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Best Heroes To Use Disperser In 7.33B Patch
You can play these heroes to make the most of a Disperser in the 7.33b patch to earn more gold in Dota 2 matches.
The New Frontiers map has made several significant changes to the online game. Dota 2 has been expanded to accommodate new homes for Roshan and over 12 new neutral creeps camps to help players farm more gold in their games. You can explore the New Frontiers map to fight enemy heroes in lanes and get quick kills to level up faster with your team.
People are buying new items in Dota 2 to gain various attributes that enhance the skills of a number of heroes. Disperser, Cornucopia, Pavise, and Harpoon are among the latest items that can be bought in Dota 2 matches to destroy your enemies in battles.
Here’s a closer look at the best heroes available in the game to use Disperser.
Razor is an Agility hero in Dota 2. The ranged hero can hit enemy units from a distance of 475 and deals up to 45- 47 attack damage per hit from the start of the match. You can play Razor to push different lanes without taking a ton of damage. He can use the Twin Portals in the safe lane to move between the top and bottom lane to farm more gold.
The carry hero has a projectile speed of 2000. You can use the increased projectile speed to cast spells within seconds to gain the upper hand in battles. Razor can hit enemy heroes around him in a radius of 700 by using a Plasma Field. Enemy units attacked by a Plasma Field can take up to 185 damage, based on the distance between them and Razor. Plasma Field reduces the movement speed of enemy units by 40% for up to 1.5 seconds. You can use Plasma Field once every 10 seconds to strike enemy heroes in battles. People can increase the damage dealt by Plasma Field at level 10 through the Talent Tree.
He has a base movement speed of 280. Razor can level up Storm Surge to gain a bonus movement speed of 24%. You can buy a Phase Boots for 1500 gold in the game. Phase Boots provides 50 movement speed, 4 armor, and 12 attack damage to Razor. The Lightning Revenant can chase enemies using a Phase Boots to get more kills throughout his matches.
Razor can cast Static Link on enemy heroes to drain up to 22 attack damage per second. Static Link lasts for up to 8 seconds, providing plenty of damage to his physical attacks. You can counter carry heroes in Dota 2 games like Bloodseeker, Outworld Destroyer, and Anti-Mage using Static Link. Razor can purchase a Diffusal Blade for 2500 gold in the game. The cooldown of Static Link has been reduced from 25 seconds to 20 seconds in the 7.33b patch. You can slow enemies using Diffusal Blade to drain more of their attack damage with Static Link. Diffusal Blade provides 15 Agility and 10 Intelligence to Razor.
You can upgrade a Diffusal Blade to a Disperser later in the game to be able to use Suppress on enemy heroes. You can also use a Disperser on allies to increase their movement speed by 100% for 4 seconds. Physical attacks from Razor can burn up to 40 mana after buying a Disperser. His ulti, Eye of the Storm, can create a lightning storm that strikes enemy heroes around Razor. Each hit from the lighting storm deals 90 damage and reduces the armor of enemy heroes by 1 per hit. Eye of the Storm lasts for 30 seconds in the game.
People can turn Razor into an impressive carry hero by purchasing a Butterfly. The increased evasion and attack speed gained from the item makes Razor hard to defeat in team fights. Butterfly can grant up to 35% evasion to Razor, allowing him to strike enemy heroes for bonus damage. You can use a Disperser and a Butterfly to get loads of free kills with Razor in the 7.33b patch.
Terrorblade can bring his enemies to their knees during team fights. The carry hero has a base Agility of 22 and gains up to 4 Agility per level. He has an increased armor of 8.7 after spawning into the game, allowing him to take plenty of last hits In his lane.
Disperser can drastically decrease the movement speed of enemy heroes, letting Terrorblade deal bonus damage with his illusions to his enemies. You can level up Reflection to create an image of all enemy units in a radius of 500. These images are immune to physical attacks and magical spells. Enemy heroes affected by Reflection have their movement speed slowed by 30% and their attack speed slowed by 30 for 5 seconds in the 7.33b patch. Reflection has a cooldown of 16 seconds and needs 50 mana to be used in the game.
You can use Conjure Image to create multiple illusions of Terrorblade. These illusions can last for up to 34 seconds and deal 60% of his attack damage to enemy units. You can cast Suppress using a Disperser after creating images of Terrorblade to mitigate your opponents in Dota 2. Each illusion summoned using Conjure Image consumes 85 mana.
Terrorblade can max out Metamorphosis to a gain bonus attack range of 550 and a bonus attack damage of 60. The base attack time of Terrorblade is reduced to 1.5 while Metamorphosis is active. You can purchase a Manta Style for Terrorblade to create an additional 2 images of Terrorblade in battles. Disperser can be used right after creating illusions from Manta Style to annihilate enemy heroes in the latest version of Dota 2.
People can fight their enemies with Terrorblade till most of their health is depleted. You can cast his ulti, Sunder, to swap the health of Terrorblade with his enemies to regain a large portion of his health. Sunder has a cooldown of 40 seconds and needs 50 mana to be used. You can reduce the cooldown of his ulti by 30 seconds at level 25.
You can buy an Aghanim’s Shard for Terrorblade to gain a new ability, Demon Zeal. The bonus attack speed and movement speed provided by Demon Zeal has been increased from 50 to 65 in the new 7.33b patch. Demon Zeal lasts for 7 seconds and can be used with a Disperser to slit your enemies in battles.
Lifestealer can attack his enemies at close range to severely reduce their movement speed in fights. The passive ability, Ghoul Frenzy, can slow his opponents by 25% for 1.5 seconds. Lifestealer gains 70 bonus attack speed from Ghoul Frenzy. You can make your enemies crawl during battles with Lifestealer by using Ghoul Frenzy and a Disperser.
The melee hero can restore his health with each hit by maxing out Feast. The passive ability, Feast, allows Lifestealer to tank massive amounts of damage from enemy heroes in Dota 2 matches. The 7.33b patch has tweaked his ability, Rage, to grant him 80% increased magic resistance and 18% bonus movement speed for 6 seconds. Rage has a cooldown of 18 seconds and needs 150 mana. You can cast Suppress using a Disperser on enemies before using Rage to deal more damage with his physical attacks.
He can Infest many neutral creeps in the jungle to prevent himself from dying. Lifestealer can burst out of the neutral creeps that he Infests using his ulti to deal 400 damage to enemy units in a radius of 700. Lifestealer can use Disperser to empty the mana pool of his enemies, letting him counter heroes like Wraith King and Dazzle easily in the 7.33b patch.