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A creep camp can never spawn the same set of neutral creeps in a row. This means, if for example an ancient camp contains dragons, the next time neutral creeps spawn in there, they cannot be dragons.
Besides this, the chances for each type are the same. A camp does not spawn neutral creeps when there are units within the spawn box of the camp, not even when the unit is invulnerable or hidden.
This means if there are neutral creeps already in a camp, new creeps do not spawn on the next minute mark. However, it is possible for multiple neutral creeps to be inside a camp.
This can be achieved by aggroing the already existing creeps and make them leave the spawn area.
If the area is empty on the next minute mark, a new set of neutral creeps spawns in that camp. The previously aggroed creeps then return to their camp, so that the camp now contains 2 sets of neutral creeps.
This can be repeated a finite number of time, because it eventually gets impossible to get all creeps out of the spawn area.
The spawn box areas can be seen by holding down the ALT key if the option is enabled. Neutral creeps do not belong to either faction. Most of the time, they just stand in their camps, doing nothing.
They only fight when aggroed, which can be done in multiple ways. Neutral creeps can also flee under certain conditions.
Once dominated, a neutral creep drops these behaviors completely. The aggro of neutral creeps can be drawn in two ways: By coming within range of them range in Roshan's case , or by dealing damage to or casting a single-target spell on them while within range of them.
Aggroed neutral creeps follow regular auto-attack rules, meaning they prioritize the closest enemies.
So if a unit draws aggro and another unit is closer to them, the closer unit gets attacked, and not the unit which actually aggroed them.
If multiple heroes are about equally close, the one which attacks them get prioritized, while the one which does not attack, or attacks an enemy from the opposing faction has second priority, and the one who attacks its own allies has least priority.
Multiple non-hero units within about equal range have all the same priority, regardless of what they do. The creeps ignore units which attack them from further away, despite them being a bigger threat.
They always prioritize closer units. There is one exception to this rule. If a hero within the acquisition range of an aggroed neutral creeps issues an attack order on a hero from the opposing faction, the creeps immediately switch to attack the hero that received the attack order, as if they want to protect the opposing hero, similar to how lane creeps protect their allied heroes.
Siege creeps always have a lower priority than heroes and other units, regardless of what they do. Buildings have a lower priority than siege creeps and wards have a lower priority than buildings, also regardless of what they do.
Although neutral creeps can attack buildings, they are too far away. They lose aggro before they get within range.
On the other side, towers do not attack neutral creeps, so even though creeps can be pulled close enough to towers, they do not attack the creeps.
Only units which can be attacked can aggro neutral creeps. Hidden , invulnerable or ethereal units cannot aggro neutral creeps.
In these cases, the neutral creeps just stand still and fully ignore the enemy. Invisible units cannot aggro neutral creeps either.
However, if a neutral creep takes damage from invisible units, the creep and all other neutral creeps within range of it flee, instead of ignoring it.
They move to a random spot range away from their camp spot and walk for up to 5 seconds. If they reach the flee spot earlier, they wait there and return once 5 seconds have passed.
Neutral creeps have shared vision with both teams, so attacking them from the fog of war still draws aggro normally.
If the neutral creep moves more than range away from its original spot in the camp called the " guard distance " , it loses aggro 5 seconds later and then returns to its spot.
However, if the creep somehow gets within range of its spot again before the 5 seconds elapse, it stays aggroed. The 5 seconds timer gets reset whenever the neutral creep gets range away from its spot.
If the timer does not get reset, their chase distance is effectively capped by their movement speed and the 5 seconds chase limit.
If a neutral creep loses aggro due to the 5 seconds aggro limit, then it cannot be re-aggroed by standing too close to them until they return to their spot.
It cannot be re-aggroed by damage for 3 seconds either, but can be re-aggroed by damaging them or another neutral creep within a radius after 3 seconds have passed.
If they get re-aggroed within those 3 seconds, they behave exactly like described before, except that now the aggro lasts 3 seconds, instead of 5.
Once all remaining creeps from the camp fully returned to their spots, they can be aggroed for 5 seconds again.
Neutral creeps also lose aggro when their target turns ethereal , invulnerable or hidden. In this case, aggro is lost immediately, so that they either return to their spot, or attack other nearby enemies.
If they return to their spot after losing aggro this way, they still are aggressive while returning, meaning they attack any enemy within range on their way back.
This has no effect on their aggro timer limit. If their initial target turns unattackable while more than range away from the camp spot, their 5 seconds aggro timer still runs down and does not reset if they find another target while outside the range.
Neutral creeps are mostly ignored by lane creeps. The only neutral creeps which lane creeps attack are the ones from the small camps, and the large within the main jungles at the off lanes.
This means these four camps are the only ones that can be used to pull lane creeps to. Neutral creeps from all other camps are completely ignored by lane creeps.
However, neutral creeps can always attack lane creeps, no matter where they are from. Even when attacked by the neutrals, the lane creeps still ignore them if they do not come from the mentioned four camps.
During nighttimes, all neutral creeps, except for Roshan, are sleeping. This means during the night, their aggro range is reduced to 0, so they do not attack enemies who get too close to them.
To draw their aggro, they must be damaged, or be targeted by a single-target spell. Besides not automatically drawing aggro, the creeps behave the same as during the day.
When returning to their camp after de-aggroing, they go back to sleep as soon as they reach their original spot.
If a neutral creep is disarmed , it cannot be aggroed. It completely stands still, ignoring any damage dealt to or any spell targeted on it or other neutrals.
If an already aggroed neutral creep gets disarmed, it either stands still and waits for the disarm to expire after which it then returns, or it returns immediately as soon as disarmed.
A disarmed neutral creep does not cast any spells either, even if the conditions are met. Every neutral creep grants gold to whoever kills them.
The gold values are different for each type of neutral creep, each having their own minimum and maximum bounty values.
They also grant experience, however, unlike the gold, the experience is split amongst all nearby heroes, including enemy heroes, meaning when farming neutral creeps, enemies may leech some experience by standing within the experience range.
Neutrals also have a chance to drop neutral items on death. When a neutral creep camp gets stacked, the newly spawned neutral creeps as a result of the stacking gain a status buff with the icon of the player's hero that stacked them.
This gold is not subtracted from the ally, it is granted to the stacking hero on top of what the ally gets for farming them.
This bonus gold is not granted when the stacking player or an enemy kills the stacked creeps. Only the creeps spawned from the stacking grant this bonus gold, meaning the creeps that have been pulled in order to stack the camp do not gain the buff.
It also has the option of replacing boots in case of item slot problems. Mind Breaker buffs your damage output from your right clicker since it gives 25 attack speed and 25 magic damage per hit while also providing some sort of control with the 2-second silence.
Telescope is a great aura item for the support to carry since it provides bonus attack and cast range while also reducing the cast time for the Scan.
Orb of Destruction is mostly used by right clickers for the armor reduction and slow but it is always great for killing Rosh or buildings.
This limits the heroes that can use it, but on the heroes that can - it's really good. Repair Kit broken if you are defending towers, useless if you are the aggressor in the game.
S or F tier we chose B as an average. Hopefully it gets reworked. Greater Faerie Fire: on one hand, it provides 35 damage, so it is pretty good on carries.
On the other, instantly restoring HP makes it a lot better on squishy heroes. The real problem, however, is that it disappears after using the 3 charges.
Enchanted Quiver is in our opinion the worst item in this Tier since it has a CD of 8 seconds and it gets triggered when hitting creeps. It is similar to Octarine Core but without the spell life steal.
The item can be highly effective on any hero. The pro tip: you can just carry the item on a support and give it to your right clicker to use and make an illusion of himself while not occupying a slot in his inventory or backpack since it increases the CD.
This item is always great to have on your team. Ninja Gear offers 20 agility and 30 MS while also giving you the ability to smoke only your hero. It is one of the only items that can be used by right clickers in Tier 4.
What they forget is that they can put the item on a support hero and use its Hex ability, basically gaining another lockdown for free.
Minotaur Horn provides 20 STR and the ability to BKB for 1. It is pretty good to dispel stuff and sometimes to initiate but the duration is pretty low.
Just an hour after the DreamLeague Leipzig Major ended, Valve released a massive balance update to Dota 2 in version 7. The balance update brings a slew of massive changes to the game.
In addition to the usual roundup of tweaks to heroes and items, 7. A number of different mechanics were introduced to shorten games, including increased buyback costs and increased respawn timers.
Additionally, couriers were nerfed with their ability to plant wards and use items removed and their bounties being increased. Shrines are now gone from Dota 2.
The buildings that were added in version 7. Instead, teams now have outposts located within their primary jungles.
The buildings will initially be captured by their respective side, but can be taken by the opponent at any point. Their vision was drastically decreased as a result, offering ground vision instead of 1, flying vision.
This item is basically a free Dragon Lance and can work wonders on short-ranged heroes. Faded Broach is another very strong early game item, especially for slow heroes.
It gives a decent amount of mana, as well as 20 movement speed, which makes it perfect for Storm Spirit for example, who lacks both things early on.
The second tier of items can be obtained from minute 15 to This tier has many fresh and unique items that can have a difference during the mid-game.
In fact, there was a bug when WK got this item and Aghs that made him immortal. Nevertheless, it was quickly fixed once 7. Before it was removed, this was one of the most popular items in Dota 2, because nearly every single hero went for it.
Now, if you have a little bit of luck, you can get it from the Neutrals. However, the timing is not really the best because this item was handy early on, not so much during mid-game.
Lastly, there is a fascinating item here called Repair Kit. As the name suggests, this item is used to give regen to your towers. This is the first tier where the items that you get can actually make a difference.
One of the main things about gameplay that changed with the new update is speed. Mask of Madness. Moon Shard. Null Talisman. Oblivion Staff. Orb of Corrosion.
Phase Boots. Power Treads. Soul Ring. Wraith Band. Arcane Boots. Drum of Endurance. Guardian Greaves. Holy Locket. Medallion of Courage.
Pipe of Insight. Ring of Basilius. Spirit Vessel. Tranquil Boots. Urn of Shadows. Vladmir's Offering. Aether Lens. Aghanim's Scepter.
Eul's Scepter of Divinity. Force Staff. Glimmer Cape. Octarine Core. Refresher Orb. Rod of Atos. Scythe of Vyse. Solar Crest. Veil of Discord.
Witch Blade. Aeon Disk. Assault Cuirass. Black King Bar. Blade Mail. Crimson Guard. Heart of Tarrasque. Hood of Defiance.
Hurricane Pike. Linken's Sphere. Lotus Orb. Manta Style. Shiva's Guard. Soul Booster. Abyssal Blade.