Although not very popular in the DOTA 2 heroes, but Leshrac – The fallen soul is still a pretty strong general if you know how to play. Let’s learn about how to play Leshrac through the guide DOTA 2.
INDEX INFORMATION OF LESHRAC
Before getting to know the details of how to play Leshrac, we must understand and understand the parameters of Leshras to be able to use this hero more effectively.
It is not an exaggeration to say that Leshrac is one of the heroes that need to be remade in DOTA 2 because it seems that “antelope” is no longer suitable for the current metagame. As support, Leshrac’s stun skill is quite difficult to use because the player has to line up the skill, in addition, being in a support position and unable to farm items for tanking abilities makes Leshrac’s Ultimate difficult can deal lots of damage in teamfights.
In the mid lane, Leshrac can be farmed, but the pure skillset of AOE damage also causes him to push the creeps quite high, which makes it easy to gank. In the off-lane position, Leshrac is also quite fragile and difficult to escape when caught odd. However, if you know how to play, Leshrac can still create a nightmare for the enemy team.
ABILITIES INFORMATION OF LESHRAC
Knowing information about the champion’s skills is also one of the good playable tips for newbies who are learning how to play Leshrac.
To begin with, Split Earth is a Leshrac skill that creates an earthquake that causes enemies in the target area to be damaged and stunned.
- Range of use: 750
- Influence: 150/175/200/225
- Delay when using skill: 0.35s
- Damage caused: 120/180/240/300
- Stun duration: 2 seconds
- Cooldown: 9s
- Mana cost: 100/125/140/160
Second, Diabolic Edict is a Leshrac skill that creates explosions around itself, dealing physical damage to enemies and surrounding towers.
- Influence: 500
- Number of detonations: 33
- Damage per explosion: 9/18/27/36
- Turret damage: 40%
- Duration of action: 8 seconds
- Cooldown: 22s
- Mana cost: 95/120/135/155
Next, Lightning Storm is a third ability that helps Leshrac to call lightning bolts that deal damage to enemies and cause them to be slowed by 75% for 0.5 seconds
- Range of use: 700
- Distance spread around: 650
- Number of jumps to target around 4/5/6/7
- Delay time: 0.25s
- Damage: 80/140/200/260
- Cooldown: 4s
- Mana cost: 90/100/110/120
Finally, Pulse Nova is what helps Leshrac to release waves of energy, damaging surrounding enemies every second.
- Influence: 450
- Mana cost per second: 20/40/60
- Damage per second: 100/130/160 (160/190/220 if Aghanim’s Scepter)
- Cooldown: 1s
- Mana cost: 70/90/110
HOW TO INCREASE ABILITY
One of the tips fora new player, if you want to know how to play Leshrac effective that you need to know all the ways to increase ability in DOTA 2.
There are many ways to increase points for Leshrac, but you should only increase 2 of the 3 basic skills initially because these skills if only 1 point increase will cause too little damage, not enough to affect the opponent. If all 3 skills are increased, Leshrac will easily lack mana.
The first direction is to maximize the skills of Split Earth and Diabolic Edict first to both stun and support the team and can push the tower early. Ultimate only increases at levels after Leshrac’s mana pool is high and has a small tanking ability.
The second way to better “lane” with Lightning Storm and Split Earth. Split Earth’s ability to cause a mini slow will make it easier for you to place Split Earth. In addition, you can also increase only one Split Earth point to stun and increase steadily on Diabolic Edict, Lightning Storm.