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Submitted by PerfectCel 564d ago | opinion piece

Five Noob Friendly Dota 2 Heroes

Paul from Denkiphile: "Dota 2 is finally out of beta and we felt it would be appropriate to compile a list of some of the most noob friendly heroes available to assist newcomers. Dota 2 is Valve’s sequel to the hugely popular Warcraft III custom game in which two teams of five choose from a large selection of unique heroes to level up as they defend their towers, destroy enemy towers, engage in hero battles, and advance towards the enemy’s ancient to destroy it and achieve victory, which may simply be described as a MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena). If you’re familiar with League of Legends, Dota 2’s gameplay isn’t that much different except that many consider Dota 2 to be more complex. A few of the major differences include less forgiving stuns, more active items, no recall, and denying. Unlike League of Legends, Dota 2 allows players to choose from all available heroes right from the get-go. There are currently a little over 100 heroes so for the uninitiated it may take a bi... (Dota 2, PC)

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