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My Blades Grow Thirsty! (7.05 Guide To Bounty Hunter)

April 19, 2017 by SanikTehFok
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Gank Gank Gank!

DotA2 Hero: Bounty Hunter

Hero Skills

Shuriken Toss

3 4 5 7


2 8 9 11

Shadow Walk

1 13 14 16


6 12


10 15

Hero Talents

No CD on Jinada
2 Shuriken Toss Charges
+50 Jinada Gold Steal
Track grants ground vision around the target
+45 Track Gold
-30% Damage Taken in Shadow Walk
+30 Jinada Damage
+0.65s Shuriken Toss Slow

My Blades Grow Thirsty! (7.05 Guide To Bounty Hunter)

April 19, 2017

How to really play BH

So this is my guide on Bounty Hunter! I am pretty excited to be making this because most people I run into playing Bounty usually don't know his strengths and how to succeed as him. During the early game your only objective is to get to level 2 and maybe 3 if the other team is a little bit tankier. As soon as you hit the level you are better off with simply hit E and begin walking around. One big thing Bounty Hunter players don't understand is the importance of the minimap. The minimap is an essential part of playing BH. What you need to understand when playing BH is that your invisibility is your greatest strength early game, so use that to your advantage. Once you are near a team mate, go invis and make sure the opponent never sees you. Ping them and tell them to go all in. This may seen dangerous but if you are ganking someone like a tinkerer mid and you have a Qop on your team you will easily win that fight. The trick is to have one of the people on your team in the lane you are ganking have some sort of movement ability. Qop, AM, and Morph are all good options. Then you just keep walking around finding low health enemies. BH really takes off at lvl six due to his ultimate. At lvl 1 it gives and extra 150 gold to the enemy you tracked to you and 40 to the other hero's in the area. This means that if you get many early kills not only will you be gaining a lot of extra gold for yourself, but your team will love you for shutting their opponents out of the lane and earning them a little bit of extra cash. When you are playing BH, mana is always an issue, and even more so with this build. Don't be afraid to run back to base to use a shrine because you know that you doing this will most likely get you or your team mates a kill. As the game progresses you will need to be cautious of sentries. You may want to ask your position 5 to buy some sentries to get rid of the enemy teams. During the mid game you may feel like you aren't doing as much in the way of fighting because the enemy team is less vulnerable to ganking. This is perfectly normal and this is why you may have to jungle some to get the items you need. The issue of less gankablility on the enemy team will soon be gone once you reach level 20. With an extra 120 damage bounty hunter comes back online in a big way and is capable of massive ganks. Once you reach level 25 the game becomes a killing fest for Bounty Hunter. With having so much damage from items you bought and his abilities and talents, almost any foe is easily killed. If you are at the point where you have bought a rapier then you should just end the game because you have so much pushing power with the Rapier Desolater combo and the game should soon be over.

This has been my guide to Bounty Hunter and I hope you enjoyed! - GagMeDad69

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