On this week’s Teach Me Tuesday Beedub and Ursi are talking about a ton of different items and the nuances to itemization orders! In terms of heroes we’re focusing on Zeus and Bane, particularly Bane’s nuanced usage of Nightmare, as well as Ursi’s traitorous dislike of Venge. As far as larger topics are concerned, we’re delving into the wonderful world of disassembling items and the efficiency it builds into your play, starting items in the various roles & the accompanying rationale for various starting set-ups, the relative value of Medallion vs. Solar Crest, fitting weird offlaners into team comps, a brief explanation of the LOONAverse, how to zone effectively, and plenty more!
On this week’s Theorycraft Thursday Proud is back from Birmingham so we’re covering his time there, the Birmingham Major trends, and all that. Ursi’s covering his week in dota as well featuring mostly Zeus and occasionally other things, Proud’s getting back into dota after a travel-induced break in this wonderful new world of +4 base damage 7.16, and plenty more! For our combo we opted to run Rubick and safelane Lone Druid, Proud tested out this new NoTail build that’s more hero-focused!
We just got back from ESL Burningham and welp guess we should review that patch xd
On this week’s Theorycraft Thursday Ursi is joined by Skrunk to hang out and talk about everything you, specifically, have ever wanted from a dota two podcast. Topics Include: HP Regen laning meta, Timbersaw, Skrunk’s opinions on role queue and the health of the game, what to do when there’s too many support players in your stacks, why Io is dope strong, visage mid, how to become a mid player or transition from any role into another, why Ursi is so in love with armlet, Russian bot farms, and plenty more!
This week on Teach Me Tuesday, Proud & Beedub chat about the dos & don’ts of maybe the most agonising things in dota, playing from behind! They also discuss tricky Venge swaps, Abaddon shields, keeping track when playing a micro hero, camera binds, daily heroes, Mask of Madness Juggernaut, the fall of Bloodseeker and more!
On this week’s Theorycraft Thursday Proud & Ursi are running through all the changes to hero choices and laning that have developed over the last couple weeks after the most recent 2 patches, including how to deal with all the Axe we’re seeing now-a-days! For heroes this week we’re covering Spectre & Slark for carries and Warlock & Lich for supports, we ended up playing Warlock and Spectre in the actual game! All this and more on this week’s show!
On this week’s Teach Me Tuesday Beedub and Ursi are delving into the wild wild world of support item choices, and the bizarre lovecraftian flow chart of situations that lead you into each item depending on your hero, the game, what items you’ve already built, and everything else support-item-wise! On the question side of things we’re covering our dota superstitions, how best to ward when you’re trapped in your base, how to work on training your map awareness, how to beat a losing streak, and plenty more!
On this week’s Theorycraft Thursday Proud and Ursi are covering all things Battlepass, mostly talking about our experiences and opinions about ranked role queue! We’re also covering the new duo lane 2-1-2 meta, when it’s good, when it’s bad, certain heroes who work in it that weren’t working in the old offlane metagame, and plenty more! For heroes Proud is covering mid Windranger and Ursi is playing support Lina!
Lanes are very importante mis amigos
On this week’s Theorycraft Thursday Proud and Ursi are going over the trends in their last week in dota, like losing to 4 cores, the state of slark (spoiler: he’s still bad), maelstrom, and other reactions to 7.14 changes! For our segment this week we’re covering why you should be pushing side lanes as a support (or as a core, but we focus on the support angle) to open up the map, force enemy TPs, mess up enemy coordination, build your own farm, and much more! We’re playing Clinkz in the mid lane and Silencer as a support for this week’s hero combo as well!