Top Heroes For The Safe Lane In 7.33C Patch

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Top Heroes For The Safe Lane In 7.33C Patch

These are the top heroes that you can play in the safe lane to help your allies during battles in the 7.33c patch for Dota 2.

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The publishers at Dota 2 are celebrating the release of the New Frontiers map for Dota 2 with new updates to balance the changes. These updates have improved several aspects of the game, such as, hero attributes and item changes to help gamers have an easier time playing the strategy game online with their friends.

People playing support roles for their teams will find it much better to farm in the safe lane. You can access the Twin Gates in the safe lane to teleport between lanes with your allies to ambush enemy heroes on the map. The safe lane has a number of neutral creep camps around your tower to provide bonus gold per minute (GPM) for your chosen heroes in the 7.33c patch.

Here’s a deep dive into the top heroes in Dota 2 for the safe lane.


Dazzle heals allies in the safe lane

Dazzle is a ranged hero with healing abilities. He can prevent his allies from taking lethal damage by casting his spells in the safe lane. The Universal hero has a high projectile speed of 1200. He can nuke enemy heroes in his lane to drain their health during battles.

People can play an outstanding support role with Dazzle in the 7.33c patch. There are quite a few items that you can buy for Dazzle to be able to fight enemy heroes in the safe lane without running out of mana. You can purchase an Arcane Boots for Dazzle to increase his mana pool by 250 and his movement speed by 45. Dazzle can activate Arcane Boots during battles to replenish up to 175 mana to nearby allies in a radius of 1200. Arcane Boots has a cooldown of 55 seconds. You can upgrade an Arcane Boots to Guardian Greaves to restore health to your teammates.

Dazzle can cast Poison Touch on multiple enemy units in a lane. Poison Touch deals up to 52 damage per second (DPS) for 8 seconds. Enemy units hit by Poison Touch have their movement speed slowed by 22%. Poison Touch has a cooldown of 15 seconds and needs 140 mana to be used per cast. You can increase the damage dealt by Poison Touch through the Talent Tree at level 20.

Poison Touch can potentially destroy enemy units and heroes. You can hit enemy units with physical attacks while they are being slowed by Poison Touch to annihilate enemy heroes in the safe lane. You can gain 35 attack speed at level 10 that makes it easier to fight enemies after casting Poison Touch on them in team fights. You can upgrade Poison Touch by purchasing an Aghanim’s Shard for Dazzle. The upgraded ability will Hex enemy units for a few seconds by casting Poison Touch. You can also unlock the Aghanim’s Shard ability for Dazzle by defeating Tormentors with your team.

You can max out Shadow Wave to heal allies for 135 health while playing Dazzle. Shadow Wave can heal up to 7 allied units at a time. Dazzle can cast Shadow Wave once every 9 seconds, letting him restore health to carry heroes in the safe lane. It can take up to 90 mana per cast to use Shadow Wave on your allies.

Support heroes have to guard their carry heroes to have a good chance of winning Dota 2 matches. Dazzle can cast Shallow Grave to prevent his allies from getting killed for up to 5 seconds. You can use items like Pavise on allies before casting Shallow Grave to reduce the amount of damage taken from incoming attacks. Shallow Grave has a cast range of 1000 and has a cooldown of 18 seconds. Pavise can be bought for 1400 gold in the game. Dazzle can cast Pavise on his teammates to let them absorb up to 300 damage from physical attacks for 8 seconds.

His ulti, Bad Juju, can reduce the armor of his enemies by 3 per spell. You can cast Poison Attack multiple times on your enemies to drastically decrease their armor for over 10 seconds. You can activate his ulti to reduce the cooldown of Dazzle’s items and abilities during battles. Dazzle can cast Shadow Wave more frequently by activating Bad Juju to heal his allies for more health.

Nature’s Prophet

Nature's Prophet Sprouts trees around an enemy hero in the safe lane

Nature’s Prophet can earn loads of gold in the safe lane. He can summon Treants to attack neutral creep camps in the safe lane early in a match. Many people spend a considerable amount of time stacking neutral creeps in the safe lane with Nature’s Prophet to gain bonus gold between waves of enemy creeps.

You can target trees in the safe lane using Nature’s Call to create up to 5 Treants while playing Nature’s Prophet. These Treants have an attack damage of 39, have a maximum health of 550, and last for up to 50 seconds. Nature’s Call has a cooldown of 37 seconds and requires 150 mana to be used per cast. You can increase the number of Treants summoned to 10 at level 15. Nature’s Prophet can teleport to other lanes using the Twin Gates to hit enemy towers.

The Intelligence hero can buy a Hand of Midas to increase his attack speed. Hand of Midas provides 40 attack speed to Nature’s Prophet, letting him destroy neutrals around the New Frontiers map. Hand of Midas costs 2200 gold in the game. You can use Transmute using Hand of Midas to instantly kill creeps for 160 gold and double the experience. Transmute has a cooldown of 90 seconds.

Nature’s Prophet can freely move between lanes by using Teleportation. The 7.33c patch has decreased the cooldown of Teleportation from 35 seconds to 30 seconds. You can use Sprout on enemy heroes to prevent them from escaping team fights for up to 6 seconds. Nature’s Prophet can buy an Orchid Malevolence for 3475 gold in the game. He gains 40 attack speed, 12 Intelligence, 10 attack damage, 6 health regeneration, and 2.5 mana regeneration from the item. Nature’s Prophet can cast Soul Burn on enemy heroes after using Sprout to deal up to 30% bonus damage. Enemy units affected by Soul Burn will also be silenced for the duration of the spell.

You can cast Wrath of Nature to attack enemy units all over the map. The damage dealt by Wrath of Nature has been increased from 185 to 190. You can upgrade Wrath of Nature by purchasing an Aghanim’s Scepter for Nature’s Prophet to root enemy units hit by his ulti.


Razor uses Plasma Field to slow enemies in the safe lane

Razor can level up in the safe lane to get more kills in the 7.33c patch. He has a base Agility of 22, giving him adequate attack speed at the start of the game. The Agility gain per level for Razor has been increased from 2.6 to 2.8 in the new update. Razor gains bonus armor of 1 after spawning into a match.

You can cast Plasma Field to hit enemy units in a radius of 700 with Razor. Plasma Field can deal up to 185 damage from each cast during battles. Enemy units are slowed by 40% for 1.5 seconds after being attacked by Plasma Field. Razor can chase enemy heroes with ease in the latest version of the game. The Agility hero can level up Storm Surge to gain 25% movement speed over time in the 7.33c patch. You can buy a Phase Boots for Razor to gain bonus attack damage and
movement speed.

He can drain up to 22 attack damage per second from enemy heroes using Static Link. You can activate his ulti, Eye of the Storm, to hit surrounding enemies with attacks that can reduce their armor.

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