Dota 2 Patch 7.35c Overview

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Dota 2 Patch 7.35c Overview

The Dota 2 patch 7.35c is here, and there is a lot to talk about. We will go over a lot of the important things, so let’s begin.

We have been waiting for the Dota 2 7.35c for a long time, and Valve finally delivered it. In n the most recent Dota 2 update, the people behind our favorite game addressed some of the things that the community has been “fighting” with. We have a lot of buffs and nerfs to talk about, so let’s start.

Keep in mind that the 7.35c Dota 2 patch arrives just days before the beginning of DreamLeague Season 22.

Dota 2 Patch 7.35c – Neutral Creeps and Neutral Items

The first section of this 7.35c Dota 2 analysis is related to the Neutral Creeps. What we can see from the changelog is that some of the lower-level creeps, such as the Kobolds, now do more damage than before. This means it will be much harder to bring them down early on.

Hill Troll Priest will no longer cast heal when he is first attacked, and Ogre Bruiser won’t cast Ogre Smash! When he is above 70 HP.

In addition to the Neutral Creeps, the most recent update also adds a lot of Neutral Item changes. We recommend reading the complete patch notes, but before you do that, here are some of the options that deserve more attention:

Safety Bubble 

  • The health regen bonus is down from +5 to +2
  • Bubbled Up’s cooldown is now 8s instead of 5s.
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Bullwhip 

  • HP regen bonus is 2.75 instead of +3
  • Mana Regen bonus is +2 instead of +2.5
  • Whip cast will no longer interrupt movement

Giant’s Ring

  • The STR bonus is +30 instead of +35 
  • Movement speed bonus is +45 instead of +50

Magic Lamp 

  • The HP bonus is +500 instead of +300
  • Rejuvenate Heal is up to 1250 from 1200

Item Updates in Dota 2 Patch 7.35c

In addition to the changes related to Neutral Heroes and Items, 7.35c Dota 2 also adds changes to specific items. Once again, we will only focus on those that received more new things. 

Dagon

  • The spell lifesteal bonus is now 15% on all levels 
  • Energy Burst cooldown is lower than before on levels 1-4.

Disperser

  • The item’s recipe cost is now 800 gold instead of 400 
  • Suppress does not have an AoE anymore, and it always affects both the target and user

Heaven’s Halberd

  • The total cost is 3550 instead of 3500
  • Evasion bonus is now +25 instead of +20
  • Health regen and lifesteal amp bonus are up to 25% instead of +20%.

Mage Slayer

  • The recipe is 400 instead of 200 gold.
  • Magic resistance is down to 20%
  • The Mage Slayer debuff damage per second is 25s instead of 20s, and the duration is down to 3s instead of 6s

Sange and Yasha

  • The item’s total cost is 4000 instead of 4100
  • The status resistance is +25% instead of +20%
  • HP and Lifesteal amp bonus are now +25% instead of +22%.

Vladimir’s Offering

  • The item provides +2 armor and +0.75 mana regen
  • The aura grants 1 instead of 1.75 mana regen, and the bonus armor aura is down to 2 instead of 4.

Dota 2 Patch 7.35c – Hero Updates

The next important thing to address in the 7.35c Dota 2 patch is the hero changes. Some of them received small buffs and nerfs, so we will try to share a few words about the names that got the most changes.

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Doom

  • Doom’s Scorched Earth now grants 7/8/9/10% MS instead of 8/9/10/11%
  • Doom’s duration is 12/14/16s instead of 16s on all levels
  • The hero’s level 10 talent gives Scorched Earth +10 instead of +12 damage

Faceless Void

  • Void’s base armor is down by 1
  • Time Dilation’s CD progress slow is 30/40/50/60% instead of 60%
  • Time Lock does not have any bonus duration against creeps in the Dota 2 Patch 7.35c
  • Void’s level 15 talent increases Time Lock’s damage by 30 instead of 40%
  • His level 20 talents grant +80 instead of +945  attack speed during Chronosphere

Lion

  • After Dota 2 7.35c, Earth Spike’s cooldown is 14/13/12/11s instead of 11s.
  • Mana Drain’s slow is slightly less effective than before. Moreover, the ability’s Magic Shard resistance is down from 80% to 60%, and the break distance is now 400 instead of 200. Also, the ability will break on secondary targets if Lion loses vision of them.

Nature’s Prophet

  • The Dota 2 Patch 7.35c nerfed Nature’s Prophet’s base damage by 3
  • Sprout’s damage per second is now 20/40/55/70 instead of 28/40/52/65, and the damage aura does not longer for 0.5s after leaving the AoE
  • Lastly,  Teleportations’s CD is up on levels 1-3.

Magnus

  • Skewer’s bug, where it dealt damage based on the distance between the target and the center of the map, has been fixed.
  • Magnus’s level 154 talent now grants Skewer a 5s CD instead of 7s, and level 20 provides a +275 range instead of +375.

Conclusion

These were some of the more important Dota 2 Patch 7.35c changes. As mentioned, DreamLeague Season 22 is about to begin in just a few days from now and it will be the first big tournament on the current patch. We’re yet to see what’s going to happen.

Dota 2 Patch 7.35c Overview
Zlosterr
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.