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Tiny: Craggly proc chance too low to matter; no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Treant Protector: Living Armour gives some damage-block and hp regen— not terribly significant, but more than most supports and most melee heroes offer.
Troll Warlord: Bash chance and damage too poor to matter; Fervor in ranged mode can add 40 attack speed. Ursa: Fury Swipes enables Ursa to deal great damage if allowed to build stacks on Roshan.
Viper: Ranged and can add nonnegligible damage with Nethertoxin— more significant than the DoT or attack speed slow the orb adds; passive less useful as well.
Warlock: Ranged and can heal a single ally for a negligible amount. Weaver: Ranged and Geminate can add some damage; Swarm ineffective.
Windrunner: Ranged and can proc spellblock with Shackleshot. Witch Doctor: Ranged and can heal all allies for a total of hp. Zeus: Ranged and can can proc spellblock with Arc Lightning.
This next section is a list of heroes sorted out into different categories. Use in conjunction with the prior section to identify exactly why these heroes are deemed useful or useless.
Some supports are liabilities for killing Roshan at level 1, and must be avoided at all costs. This first list is of supports who are actually really useful in this endeavor.
Abaddon Wisp Lich Ogre Magi Tusk Vengeful Spirit Venomancer Visage Witch Doctor. Somewhat Useful Supports: Most of these heroes are here because they can stun Roshan without disrupting his spell-block, i.
Useful Ranged Cores: These heroes are traditionally played with a farm priority position of , and thus I refer to them as core heroes.
In general ranged heroes are better vs Roshan because of Slam. All but two of these heroes help out by adding a significant amount of damage through their individual damage.
Somewhat Useful Ranged Cores: These heroes add more than most ranged cores, but nothing on the level of those mentioned previously.
Mirana has a wonderful 5s stun that works on Roshan through spell-block, but it requires her to be distance away, and thus is only effective once, right before she enters the pit.
Useful Melee Cores: Most melee heroes are liabilities against Roshan because of Slam. These heroes offer some ability so good that it outweights their melee condition.
Lone Druid is technically a ranged hero at this point, but I listed him here because his Bear still adds one melee target for Roshan to consider Slamming.
Some of these are defensive and some offer extra dps. Skeleton King is almost a liability, as those who make use of his aura must be melee as well, which brings us into Slam range, in addition to his capacity to level-1 Rosh being relatively commonly known of.
Somewhat Useful Melee Cores: These heroes all add respectable dps to the fight, except for Phantom Assassin whose evasion makes her a respectable melee contestant.
Chaos Knight is the least-deserved here, but his high possible base damage in conjunction with various possible buffs gives him his position here.
Sometimes having supports you can comfortably lane and play the rest of the game with is more important than having ones which necessarily speed up your ability to slay Roshan.
Spellblock Ranged Cores: Same deal as the last bunch, except these guys have some farm priority. Useless Ranged Cores: Similar to the last group, except these also lack the spell-block-proc-capacity.
Batrider Death Prophet Drow Enchantress Invoker Necrolyte Outworld Destroyed Puck Razor Storm Spirit. The rest of these heroes are completely useless.
Plan your drafts accordingly if you require one of these as a farm priority core. Bloodseeker Bounty Hunter Broodmother Dragon Knight Naga Siren Night Stalker Phantom Lancer Riki Sven.
Useless Melee Cores: These heroes are core to your overall composition and end-goal, not to your level 1 Roshan scuttle.
Same rules as before: keep your melee count under three. Antimage Dark Seer Doom Elder Titan Kunkka Lifestealer Meepo Pudge Slark Spectre Timbersaw Tiny.
If you really require them for your team, just remember to keep the total melee count under three. So what does this leave us with?
Well it means we have 30 supports available that are viable in some manner or another are not ever liabilities , 46 viable core heroes, and only 25 heroes that are generally completely useless.
And of these 25, 10 of them could at least serve to break the spell-block if you had a need, serving some use. I believe this tactic is viable and its application should be explored at all levels, drafts-allowing.
The big caveat I keep mentioning is the draft. Initial Drafting Concerns: Drafting: what do we do? The first dynamic as far as the team not Roshing is concerned with is how they safely stop the Roshan attempt they suspect the other team of concocting.
If you walk in with one hero, the Roshing team might be able to just focus them for a quick first-blood. The Roshing team should absolutely have at least an Bbserver Ward up, if not a Sentry as well.
Walking in with your entire team could be suicide as well if the other team is camping outside. So what gives you safe ways to look inside?
Our opponents are constantly trying to find the reason behind our every move in the draft. One possible solution is to just pick Clockwerk first.
When do we pick him? Well if our opponents have picked or look like they might pick a carry who can be easily controlled by Clockwerk, we can pick him as soon as possible.
How can we ban him without being suspicious? See the kind of thinking you have to employ during the draft?
Who else can get vision of the pit? How about Mirana? In addition to the hero herself being flexible, if we pull off the level-1 Roshan attempt we have some leg-room for some silliness anyway.
Timbersaw actually can easily get vision and do a little damage to everyone in the pit with his Timber Chain by grabbing a tree to the east of Roshan from the western side of the pit, but would be stuck on the highground after.
So be mindful of their entire composition. Keep Magnus in mind as well. Skewer at level 1 is acceptable for both an offlane and mid Magnus, and it can push one or more of your heroes into the trees above the Roshan pit getting them stuck in most cases; while Magnus will still be in the pit.
Queen of Pain and Puck both come to mind. If the hero who picked it up dies, they reincarnate at their death location after a 5 second delay.
If the carrier of the Aegis of the Immortal does not die within 5 minutes after picking it up, it is removed from its inventory and fully restores its health and mana over a short period of time.
This restoration can be canceled by taking any player-based damage, including self-inflicted damage. If the Aegis of the Immortal is not picked up and left on the ground, it disappears once Roshan respawns.
The Aegis of the Immortal can be picked up by any hero except clones , illusions , and creep-heroes. It is not restricted to the team that slew Roshan, meaning an enemy hero can "snatch" the Aegis of the Immortal.
It can also be denied by attacking it. Denying the Aegis will proc an announcement to everyone on the game showing which player did it.
Upon Roshan's second death and onwards, he also drops the Cheese , a completely shareable consumable item , which can be sold for gold by the player who initially picks it up, or used to instantly restore health and mana.
Just like the Aegis, the Cheese can also be picked up by anyone. However, it can only be sold by the player who was first to pick it up. Therefore, if the Cheese is transferred from Player 1 to Player 2, only Player 1 can sell the Cheese.
Upon Roshan's third death, he also drops either the Refresher Shard , or Aghanim's Blessing , both having an equal chance of appearing.
On his fourth death and onwards, he drops the Refresher Shard and Aghanim's Blessing, on top of dropping the Aegis of the Immortal and the Cheese.
Both of them can be denied as well as any item, but no announcement will appear like denying the Aegis of the Immortal.
The Refresher Shard is another completely shareable consumable item , which can also be sold for gold by the player who initially picks it up, or used to instantly restore the cooldowns of all abilities and items, and restore all charges of charge-based abilities of the user.
The Refresher Shard can be picked up by anyone as well. But just like the Cheese, it can only be sold by the player who was first to pick it up.
Aghanim's Blessing, when dropped by Roshan, cannot be sold at all, unlike the bought version from the shop. Just like the Cheese and Refresher Shard, it is shareable, but gets automatically used by the hero who picks it up, unless the item enters the backpack or when the hero already has the Aghanim's Blessing buff.
Roshan is an ancient creep , so that all ancient creep interactions apply, unless stated otherwise here. Roshan has no mana either, making him automatically immune to anything that works with mana, or null the effects of spells which are based on mana e.
Mana Void only stuns him. Furthermore, several spells have a unique behavior towards Roshan, treating him specifically different than any other unit.
These spells cannot affect Roshan specifically, regardless of the ancient unit tag he has meaning, even if he was not an ancient creep, these spells still would not affect him.
Forced movement and teleport spells react differently to forced movement immunity. All not-listed forced movement or teleport spells cannot affect Roshan due to his status.
The following spells completely apply all their effects except for the movement itself. This includes the disable coming along with the movement. The AoE stun is applied instantly, since it is queued to happen after the lift, which gets fully skipped.
The following spells apply all effects as well, except for the disable along with the movement, so that they do not even interrupt Roshan.
The International Battle Pass reward textures. Sign In. From Dota 2 Wiki. Jump to: navigation , search. For Roshan as he appears in holiday events, see Roshan Diretide and Roshan Diretide Old Abilities.
Ability Passive. Roshan will block one targeted spell every 15 seconds. Persists death. Notes: Does not block spells cast by allies.
Does not block Ion Shell , Toss , and Snowball. Does not block Urn of Shadows , Spirit Vessel , Medallion of Courage , and Solar Crest.
For a list of blocked spells, see Spell Block. Besides this, Roshan additionally is untargetable by certain spells. In this case, if DK had caught them in the pit, it seems likely Alliance would have been defeated.
This is great for sustained damage over time, but insignifcant in a quick exchange with the enemy team. Their only source of control at that point came from Leshrac.
Even after taking Roshan at level 1 the game proceeded to take another hour before Alliance could defeat their opponents.
Theirs was an advantage which could not be compounded early. At the same time DK had a three-damage-core lineup which could keep up easily over the course of a long game— thus making it difficult for Alliance to end the game.
The lesson to be learned here is to carefully assess the weaknesses to your composition during the draft.
Their other two second-phase bans were very appropriate: Keeper of the Light who offers tremendous anti-push, and Clockwerk who offers a great deal of control against the immobile Ursa.
Juggernaut offers push, but not so much anti-push. Gyrocopter on the other hand gave DK a significant amount of anti-push which slowed Alliance down.
Alliance vs Orange; The International 3; Match ID: This match has the current drafting format, so I will analyze the complete draft.
First-Pick Orange bans Lone Druid and Chen in their first-phase bans. Alliance bans Visage and Naga Siren. Visage offers a lot of power at level 1 such as in level 1 Roshan bait engagements… , and Naga Siren can prevent the compounding of advantages with the incredible stalling and resetting capacity of her ultimate.
Orange grabs the incredible initiator Batrider— a solid, standard pick. Alliance responds with Wisp and Furion, securing their next best offlaner and a strong global ganking presence.
Both of these heroes coincidentally are great vs Roshan at level 1. Orange takes Lifestealer, a strong midgame focused carry with built-in magic immunity protection from Wisp ganks potentially.
Second phase bans: Orange removes Enchantress, who offers pushing power in addition to that of Furion, and also bans Weaver, a flexible carry or offlaner whose kit renders him unkillable at the hands of Lifestealer.
Additionally Alliance is known to run a jungler often when they use Wisp to help give Wisp his ultimate early, and this largely denies them that opportunity.
Alliance picks Puck, a strong mid-laner and powerful initiator— a hero who can set up ganks for Furion and Wisp.
Orange picks Rubick, a solid lead-stun support. Alliance picks Venomancer, an aggressive support who is decent at level-1 Roshan attempts.
This uncommon pick is even less common with the highly defensive support Wisp, and in conjunction with the Furion pick could make Orange suspicious of a level-1 Rosh attempt by Alliance.
Orange picks Templar Assassin, a midlaner strong vs Puck, and a hero who can be difficult to gank. Orange bans Anti-Mage, a hard-to-kill carry whose split-pushing power matches the elusive quality of most of their picks.
Alliance picks Ursa, a strong level 1 Rosh carry. Orange picks Storm Spirit, ostensibly a fourth farming hero— making their composition very greedy.
Notice that Orange has not a single hero who can safely scout the pit. Both teams bee-line towards Roshan, Alliance Smoking up.
Orange get out of position and Alliance descends upon them from behind, getting two kills for free. Orange was equally surprised, since they lacked any capacity to safely scout— their error.
Note however that they still grabbed an early advantage that their highly midgame focused composition could best compound.
The game ended within 20 minutes. The way they laned their greedy lineup was with an aggressive Naix dual lane against the solo Furion, mid Templar Assassin, jungle Batrider, and solo Storm Spirit.
The next best solo hero who can also scout the Roshan pit safely is Windrunner. What would she have given Orange?
Who else could they have picked? Beastmaster would fulfill many of the qualifications I just gave Windrunner, minus the escape.
Frequently his offlane usefulness is just in stacking ancients anyway. They definitely have the capacity to farm stacked ancients relatively early to give their solo levels with either or both Templar Assassin or Lifestealer.
Another possibility is Tinker, whose March could scout the pit by agitating Roshan from a safe distance, and could be used to farm stacked ancients safely.
I hope to have hilighted the importance of drafting carefully and intelligently with regards to using or facing a level 1 Roshan team.
There are enough heroes which can safely scout the pit that it should be possible to include one in your draft without compromising your intended strategy.
Not good or practiced at drafting? Not really getting much out of my long analyses of all the various aspects of drafting?
Obviously what I decide the opponent picks and bans is subjective, but should give you insight as to what you might be able to expect your opponent to get out of your draft.
Your goal composition is Lone Druid Juggernaut Viper Leshrac Vengeful Spirit. Note: you must TP to Roshan to complete this in time.
Your pick 2: Juggernaut reasoning: This is the crux of our lineup— the two most important cores to our team. They are the reason our 5man pushing lineup will be so strong.
Furthermore Chen is actually a good pick for them because he allows Wisp to get levels while having some defensive lane presence if necessary.
And if they do end up picking Chen the last thing they want is an Enchantress stealing his creeps. Their ban 4: Puck reasoning: Puck is a strong midlaner who would add some pushing power and ostensibly much needed initiation to our team.
He would give them a stronger 5-man presence with spells that could disrupt or delay our pushes— namely Meteor, Defeaning Blast, Tornado, Ice Wall, and he would give them more split-push power with his Forge Spirits, and would also add more global power with Sun Strike.
Your pick 3: Leshrac reasoning: Strong, flexible support who gives us a good aoe stun against Roshan and their team. Lightning will give us some anti-push, and Edict will enhance our pushes.
This lets us wait to pick up our mid hero as well. Their pick 3: Queen of Pain reasoning: They need a hero who can kill with burst damage because our Healing Ward will prevent kills from sustained damage.
She also gives them some more split push and anti-push, and is a strong mid hero in general. Her ganking potential also fits the Wisp Furion picks.
Our supports are going to be harder to snipe due to the level advantage. Our mid hero is going to be a lane dominator starting out with a level advantage.
Your pick 4: Viper reasoning: Viper is the only hero who can fulfill all of the following: mid hero who offers us extra damage vs Roshan, can win the lane vs Queen of Pain, and is a suitable Mek farmer.
The last one is the most limiting constraint on who we can pick, but is a very important factor given our strategy. Entangle goes through BKB.
Your ban 5: Jakiro reasoning: He gives them aoe control and stalling power. Their ban 5: Venomancer reasoning: He would give us a very aggressive set-up slow in-lane, more pushing power later, and coincidentally is good vs Roshan.
The armour reduction component also syncs well with our high physical damage. Enigma gives them split-push, teamfight, a mek farmer, and great synergy with Sven.
It will be difficult for them to get the most out of their Wisp pick. We should be able to win every lane: Sylla 1v1 Furion, Viper 1v1 Queen of Pain, trilane vs dual lane.
Our supports can roam at any point to either harass Enigma or try to gank Queen of Pain. Our strongest timing window opens up at the moment he finishes Radiance.
If Lone Druid somehow ends up with a poor start and decides to abandon the Radiance attempt, and switches to Maelstrom, our Leshrac will have to level Lightning and forgo Edict altogether to give us some semblance of anti-push.
Lone Druid: Luna Juggernaut: Troll Warlord, Gyro Leshrac: Lina, Jakiro, Centaur, Alchemist support , Witch Doctor Viper: Templar Assassin, Clinkz, Bristleback Vengeful Spirit: Venomancer, Visage, Ogre Magi, Undying, Abaddon.
You must TP to complete this in time. Their ban 2: Lifestealer reasoning: Since we denied them the best initiation that goes through magic immunity Naix possibly offers them a problem in teamfights.
Furion will be our offlaner. Their pick 2: Dark Seer reasoning: These are the core of their lineup, two heroes who offer tremendous 5man teamfight capacity.
Gyro also offers some anti-push which can be useful against our Furion. This immediately gives them a strong offlaner.
Your pick 2: Jakiro reasoning: Jakiro is a safe pick— a strong defensive support who gives us stalling power against their 5man groupings.
Additionally he has great synergy with Dark Seer, so we are denying them that possibility. Your ban 3: Puck reasoning: Puck is a strong mid who would give them a lot of control in teamfights as well as initiation.
It has strong synergy with Dark Seer and Gyrocopter as well, who rely on their powerful ultimate skills in teamfights.
Your ban 4: Outworld Destroyer reasoning: OD is a lane dominating mid hero who frequently builds Mek. Their ban 4: Tinker reasoning: Tinker offers great stalling power, especially against teams which are fully grouped as 5.
Their pick 3: Dragon Knight reasoning: He gives them a durable secondary damage core who also offers some pushing strength with the DoT of his ultimate.
Your pick 3: Ogre Magi reasoning: Even though we know our Beastmaster pick would be safe, this gives away less information.
This pick tells them we want to run an extremely defensive trilane in conjunction with the Jakiro pick. Hopefully the effect is to dissuade them from running an aggressive trilane.
Their pick 4: Chen reasoning: They concede to leave our trilane alone, and opt for a defensive trilane of their own to give them more xp.
The extra xp is useful to them so that they can get their teamfight ultimates earlier. Additionally Chen is a good mek farmer for them and his ultimate will strengthen their 5-man.
Your pick 4: Beastmaster reasoning: We now reveal our effectively one damage core lineup. Beastmaster gives us some antipush to slow them down with as well as decent single target initiation that bypasses magic immunity.
Their ban 5: Spectre reasoning: We obviously need a very powerful lategame carry who requires such a safe trilane. Spectre would have strong synergy with the global ganks of Furion.
Your ban 5: Shadow Demon reasoning: He can really impair Void in teamfights with Disruption during Chrono and his Demonic Purge the rest of the time.
He also synergizes well with Chen as part of a roaming duo early on. He benefits greatly from the attack speed buffs of Ogre and Beastmaster.
The game will come down to how well Void uses Chrono to disrupt their teamfights. From Void and Beastmaster we have decent initiation and should be able to pick off their heroes before they can engage us.
Normally a defensive Void trilane is weak, but a trilane with a level advantage and an offlane Furion starting the game out with global TP is anything but weak.
Your goal composition is Luna Abaddon Jakiro Lycan Templar Assassin. Your pick 2: Lycan reasoning: Picking Lycan here throws them off in a few different ways.
Your ban 3: Weaver reasoning: Weaver is an elusive offlaner. He would give our solo easy-lane Lycan a hard time, and be difficult to kill later in the game.
To control both Weaver and Queen of Pain in fights would require more crowd control than we intend to draft. He would also give them a strong and flexible three-core lineup that would be strong in the midgame and scale very well.
Her Riptide adds to the armour reduction of Acid Spray, and Song would help isolate Luna once she farms a BKB. Your pick 4: Templar Assassin reasoning: She can do alright against Queen of Pain, gives us a strong source of damage in midgame, is good in the pit, and has more synergy with our other cores Luna and Lycan from the mobility she builds than does say, Viper.
Abaddon can help cover up her fragility when Refraction is down. Picking her here rather than Luna makes them think our next pick is an offlaner, which will cause them to completely waste their ban.
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