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The Sands of Time

November 9, 2014 by gear4
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The BattleMask

DotA2 Hero: Faceless Void

Purchase Order

Beginning of Time

Building a Foundation

Creation of the Planes

New Life

Time to get rid of them boots


Hero Skills

Time Walk

1 8 9 10

Time Dilation

2 12 13 14

Time Lock

3 4 5 7


6 11 16


15 17 18

The Sands of Time

November 9, 2014

About geary

Hey guys, this is Aaron "gear4" Lee ;D My first guide on DotA Fire so please bear with me if I mess up something ^^ Quick intro: I'm a 17 y/o programmer-in-training, who spends his days walking along the Cape beaches in VR and playing games. Now enough about me, let's play some Void ;D

Personal intro to Void

I'll be straight: void is a hard hero to play. Hard carry, hard hero. Very easily countered IMO, and very easy to deny farm to. Void also has very odd builds available because he's really flexible. I'll be doing 2 or 3 builds in this guide.

Some pro's about the Void:
- Can be easy if you play very safe
- Has best Q ever
- Practically uncountered except by stuns/ranged
- Can escape easily

Some cons:
- Can be hard to play if you're being followed and mutilated
- Can be killed easily with his Q, if a stun if placed correctly
- Squishy .. quite
- Can be caught quickly too


The starting items are pretty average, Tango and Healing Salve for regen, with a shield for some survivability, and some stats from the branches.

In the laning phase, I generally rush a battlefury and my mask first to get fast creep farm and quick kills in a single-target crono, then get my phase boots for some X-Tra speed and damage

In mid game to late game I usually stick with Crystalys and Daedalus for my main damage item

In the late game, that's where things are interesting: I love getting an MKB especially if the enemy starts getting evasion items (can never be too sure!). MKB also gives some precious attack speed ! ;D MKB works well with Desolator too, and a bit of cleave

When you get to the point where your boots just fall off to nothingness, a Mjollnir helps a lot with its attack speed and chain lightning effects, as well as having close to the same amount of damage (just shooting faster)


So yea, that's it for now ^^ I will be improving it over a while so constructive criticism will be nice :D Thanks for reading and GL HF :)

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