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    How many matches of dota 2 to become an ok dota player, not even intermediate, just the player who knows how to play? I have played like 50-60 but i think i don't even know 15% of the game. Can you guys share any good resource i can improve my knowledge on dota 2...Thanks

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    atleast 3000 hours and 100 games with each heroes and mmr wise atleast 3k

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    you can't learn everything in 3/7 days. Try to learn easy heroes 1 by 1 then go for intermediate heroes then hard heroes. For improving the knowledge try to watch the "current most spectators" games in the "Watch" tab & learn from other players about how to play & what to make with those heroes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrknSword View Post
    you can't learn everything in 3/7 days. Try to learn easy heroes 1 by 1 then go for intermediate heroes then hard heroes. For improving the knowledge try to watch the "current most spectators" games in the "Watch" tab & learn from other players about how to play & what to make with those heroes.

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    i think practicing meepo and invoker would be his best bet , very friendly heroes for newbees :3

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    hahaha. It can easily frustrate any new player to quit Dota 2. But sometimes this process can make awesome meepo/invoker only players.



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    i think if you play street fighter or played mmorpgs then invoker and meepo would be pretty easy , one of my friend who used to play hon before coming to dota is so good with voker his every positioning and casting is jaw dropping to watch

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    Well, I am somewhat getting familiar with mirana, axe, bloodseeker and some other passive ability heros but the items are way too complicated right of now.

    I am following starladder btw especially Fnatic and TNC of course. I hear casters talking about spells and DMGs but have no idea where to get them IG...

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    Quote Originally Posted by prabin View Post
    Well, I am somewhat getting familiar with mirana, axe, bloodseeker and some other passive ability heros but the items are way too complicated right of now.

    I am following starladder btw especially Fnatic and TNC of course. I hear casters talking about spells and DMGs but have no idea where to get them IG...
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