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There are four lanes at the Dota 2 map. Each lane has a different purpose. Some are better or worse than the other and it is good to know this in order to understand what the lanes are doing, but for most players, the lane system is there for the spectator sport factor. The primary way to attack your enemy is either to make use of your team's carries or to go for a mid-late game composition of a strong carry and some utility with less damage and less defense.

Now that we know the different basic stats in DOTA2, we can make some choices when it comes to choosing your heroes. There are no items that are universally helpful. Instead, you need to choose the items that fit the heroes strengths.

There are also several categories of items in DOTA2, the first are your core items. Items that you are certain to purchase no matter what. They also have a set of tier 1 items, which are not the best but are recommended to buy most of the time. Tier 2 and Tier 3 items are usually specialized for certain situations. For instance, the Abyssal Mask is recommended for late game and is usually very good for Arcane Shot users. Tier 4 items are items that are not recommended to buy, they are niche items. Some of the worst items can make their way to the Dota2 shop as a bad joke but it is still better than not having them.

Items in Dota 2 have three uses and each use represents a certain stat. For example, a Jug of 1,000 Liquor has a passive at 10% when hit with attack damage. This means that every time the hero hits the item, he gains 10% of his stats in the passive. They have multiple items that have this same passive and they can stack up to 100%. This stat is called the stat-percentage. The stat-percentage is also applied to every item in every item category. 3d9ccd7d82


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