You can buy a Sange and Yasha for these heroes in unranked matches to get more kills in the 7.33c patch for Dota 2.
Sange and Yasha is an item that has received a ton of changes over the past few years. Millions of people who play unranked matches every day depend on Sange and Yasha to chase enemy heroes across the map to increase their kill counts. Sange and Yasha is an item that provides 16 Strength, 16 Agility, 12 attack speed, 12% movement speed, and 20% status resistance to heroes.
Many carry heroes purchase a Sange and Yasha to destroy enemy heroes in battles. The Lifesteal amplification and health regeneration amplification granted by Sange and Yasha makes it a suitable item for aggressive heroes trying to increase their kill streaks. You can buy a Sange and Yasha for 4100 gold.
You can definitely unlock more rewards using a Sange and Yasha with a Dota Plus membership. The Summer quests added to Dota Plus provides up to 115,000 shards that can be earned by completing various quests in the game. You can spend 12,000 shards to open a Summer 2023 Seasonal Treasure to receive exclusive new sets for your beloved Dota 2 heroes like Zeus, Axe, Ember Spirit, and Queen of Pain.
Take a look at the best heroes that you can buy a Sange and Yasha for in unranked games.
Monkey King can be a tremendously effective carry hero in Dota 2. He has a base armor of 5.8 that lets him take reduced damage from the start of a game. The melee hero gains a massive 3.7 Agility per level. You can purchase a Sange and Yasha for Monkey King to grant him 16 Agility and 12 attack speed, allowing him to deal more damage to enemy heroes in battles.
He can hop across trees using Tree Dance to jump his enemies from a distance of 1000. Enemy units hit by Tree Dance take up to 350 damage from the Monkey King, slowing his opponents by 80%.
Once an enemy hero is slowed by Tree Dance, Monkey King can attack his opponents with physical hits to decimate them in team fights. You can max out Jingu Mastery to gain 160 bonus attack damage after striking enemy heroes 4 times in a row. Jingu Mastery provides up to 80% Lifesteal, providing plenty of health to Monkey King in Dota 2 matches. The Lifesteal amplification granted by Sange and Yasha can help Monkey King trigger Jingu Mastery faster in his games.
Monkey King can slam the ground with his staff using Boundless Strike to deal 225% critical damage to enemy units. Boundless Strike has a cast range of 1100 and can stun enemy heroes for up to 1.4 seconds. You can upgrade Boundless Strike using an Aghanim’s Shard to leap to the end of his staff after using his ability. An Aghanim’s Shard can be bought for 1400 gold. You can also unlock an Aghanim’s Shard upgrade by defeating the Tormentors in the 7.33c patch.
His ulti, Wukong’s Command, unleashes an army of soldiers around Monkey King. He gains 24 bonus armor while fighting inside the ring created by Wukong’s Command. Monkey King can obliterate enemy heroes with a Sange and Yasha while his ulti is active to gain more kills in unranked games.
Troll Warlord is an Agility hero with an increased attack speed. He can freely switch between melee attacks and ranged attacks to deal bonus damage to his opponents. Troll Warlord gains 3.3 Agility per level. He has a base movement speed of 290, making good use of the movement speed bonus granted by
Sange and Yasha.
You can turn on Berserker’s Rage to gain up to 45 movement speed and 7 armor. Troll Warlord can hunt down enemies on the map using Sange and Yasha and Berserker’s Rage to root enemies in battles. Berserker’s Rage provides a 20% chance to Ensnare his enemies for 2 seconds. The bonus attack speed provided by Sange and Yasha makes it easier for Troll Warlord to eliminate enemy heroes in the 7.33c patch.
You can max out his passive ability, Fervor, to gain 30 attack speed per stack. Troll Warlord can stack Fervor up to a maximum of 12 times to annihilate enemy heroes in battles. He can cast Whirling Axes in melee mode to deal 200 damage to enemy units around him, causing enemy heroes to have a 60% miss rate on their attacks for 5 seconds. He can also hurl his axes towards enemy heroes in front of him to slow their movement speed by 40% for 4 seconds.
He can turn on his ulti, Battle Trance, to gain 80% Lifesteal for 6.5 seconds. Battle Trance provides an additional 200 attack speed to Troll Warlord for the duration of the spell. The Lifesteal amplification granted by Sange and Yasha makes Troll Warlord an unbeatable hero in unranked matches.
You can buy items like a Daedalus to increase the attack damage of Troll Warlord. The carry hero gains up to 88 attack damage with a Daedalus in his inventory. Physical attacks from Troll Warlord have a 30% chance to deal a bonus 225% critical damage to enemy heroes. Sange and Yasha along with a Daedalus can mitigate multiple enemy heroes within seconds while playing Troll Warlord in Dota 2.
Juggernaut can become an unstoppable hero in the 7.33c patch. He can slash enemy heroes with his blade to mutilate his opponents during battles. A Sange and Yasha grants him 20% status resistance, reducing the damage taken from spells cast by the enemy team. He can spin his blades to activate Blade Fury to deal 165 damage to enemy units in a radius of 260.
The Agility hero gains 80% magic resistance for 5 seconds while Blade Fury is active. The bonus status resistance provided by Sange and Yasha and the magic resistance gained from Blade Fury make it hard to kill Juggernaut in the new update.
He can plant a Healing Ward to restore health to nearby allies. Healing Ward provides up to 5% of the max health of heroes for 25 seconds. The health regeneration amplification granted by a Healing Ward lets Juggernaut stand and fight battles against enemies. He can also use Healing Ward while striking Roshan in his pit to claim the Aegis of the Immortal in Dota 2 matches. His passive ability, Blade Dance, gives Juggernaut a 35% chance to deal 190% bonus damage during battles.
Juggernaut can strike his enemies with Omnislash to get easy kills. Sange and Yasha can significantly increase the number of attacks dealt to enemy heroes with Omnislash, providing plenty of kills to Juggernaut. You can buy items like a Mjollnir to increase the kill streaks of Juggernaut in your matches.
Lifestealer has a base movement speed of 320. You can buy a Sange and Yasha along with a Phase Boots to get fast kills with Lifestealer in your games. The melee hero gains 3.4% Lifesteal from his physical attacks by leveling up Feast. His passive ability, Ghoul Frenzy, reduces the movement speed of enemy heroes by 1.5 seconds. A Sange and Yasha lets Lifestealer land plenty of attacks on enemy heroes to gain bonus gold.
You can purchase an Armlet of Mordiggian for Lifestealer to increase his attack damage. Armlet of Mordiggian costs 2500 gold in the game. The item grants 25 attack speed and 15 attack damage to Lifestealer. He can activate Unholy Strength using Armlet of Mordiggian to gain an additional 35 attack damage and
25 bonus Strength.
Lifestealer can chase enemy heroes using Sange and Yasha by casting Rage. He gains 18% bonus movement speed and 80% magic resistance for 6 seconds using the ability. The Strength hero can shred his enemies to bits by using Rage in team fights to increase his Killing Sprees.