Top 10 Best DOTA 2 Heroes for Ranked Players

DOTA 2 is one of the most famous MOBA games you have probably played a million times on your gaming PC. Millions of gamers worldwide got hook to DOTA and are still playing the game everyday years after its first release. Similar to other MOBA games, DOTA 2, the sequel to DOTA, features a ranking mode wherein players from different parts of the world fight each other to elevate his ranking status.

That’s why for today’s article, we’ve decided to name the 10 best DOTA 2 and most picked heroes of any ranked game.

• Lanaya, the Templar AssassinLanaya, the Templar Assassin

Peppering the battlefied wtih slowing traps, Lanaya, the Templar Assassin hides invisibly, ready to ambush her prey. With her piercing psionic blades, she can shred the enemy team easily while reflecting counterattacks with her refracting shield. She is an an agility-type hero who is very hard to counter.

• Leviathan, the Tidehunter

Leviathan, the Tidehunter

Tidehunter is always on the lookout for the right time to strike. With his impressive ultimate, he can unlease his massive and devastating skill, paving the way for his allies to slay their stunned enemies. Nerf what you will, this off-lane monster is always one ultimate away from turning an even fight into a whitewash.

• Rikimaru, the Stealth Assassin

Rikimaru, the Stealth Assassin

Riki can stalk the battlefied, unseen by the enemy team. He can choose his moment carefully and bursts in a puff of silencing smoke, stabbing his enemies before they even know he’s there. Many assume that Rikimaru the Stealth Assassin is a hero for kids but millions will surely disagree. Stealth Assassin can be unstoppable if provided with items which compliment to his needs and weaknesses.

• Darkterror, the Faceless Void

Darkterror, the Faceless Void

Faceless Void speeds time to dash between locations, manipulates it to dodge attacks, stops it in a large area to devastate his foes, and given enough of it to gather resources so he can make himself unbelievable powerful. With a Mjolnir, a Mask of Madness, and a giant purple sphere, Faceless Void quickly became a routine headache for opponents that no amount of Ibuprofen could overcome.

• Elder Titan, the Worldsmith

Elder Titan, the Worldsmith

Elder Titan, the Worldsmith is probably the most underrated DOTA hero. And one of the best reasons why majority of professional DOTA players fear Elder Titan as an enemy is because of his set of skills which can intensively damage a team in just a few seconds and even eliminate them all if executed perfectly.

• Mangix, the Brewmaster

Mangix, the Brewmaster

A fearsome fighter in any situation, Brewmaster can turn the tide of battle by splitting into three elemental spirits, each with their own unique abilities. With a hearty laugh, a swirling tornado, and a giant rock, Brewmaster turned matches into foregone conclusions, particularly when paired with carries who turn extra gold into a tidal wave of right-click damage in the late game.

• Slardar, the Slithereen Guard

Slardar, the Slithereen Guard

Slardar the Slithereen Guard is a strength type hero in DOTA who can be a team carry. Using Slardar though needs good judgment skills and experience, still Slardar is among the best heroes for pros and one of the worst for beginners.

• Zharvakko, Witch Doctor

Zharvakko, Witch Doctor

Whether his aiding his team with gradual healing, stunning and cursing foes to ensure a kill, or destroying enemies himself with a dance by his mighty ultimate, few can indeed match Witch Doctor’s versatility. With an Aghanim’s Scepter and the right timing, one Death Ward could turn a stunned carry into a liability, with good bounces turning even fights into one-sided affairs.

• Magnus, the Magnataur

Magnus, the Magnataur

Magnus the Magnataur is highly effective in almost every part of the game. By using his second skill and purchasing a Battle Fury, it’s easy for this monster to inflict heavy damage to heroes and even lead them to their deathbed.

• Terrorblade

Terrorblade

Conjuring powerful illusions to confuse enemies and break their defenses, Terrorblade can exchange health with foes and friends to stave off death or weaken his enemies. A point-and-click ultimate that swaps health with your assailant and an army of hard-hitting illusions guarantee that, unlike most carries, Terrorblade will become a monster, given the time and a modicum of space.

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