Dota 2 Combos - Invoker + Eul's Scepter of Divinity
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Dota 2 is a gamer where you have a near-endless amount of hero and spell combinations. Some of them are very strong at all stages of the game, whereas others - not so much. However, it is important to know how you can utilize them so you can make the most out of the situation you find urself in.
Having said that, today, we will take a look at one hero and item combination that is pretty hard to do, which is why there are many players who have no idea how to do it. Let’s check Invoker’s Eul Cobom that has the potential to do tons of damage at all stages of the game.
How it works
As mentioned above, this is not the easiest combo in the world, but it requires just one item and 3 spells, so it’s not that hard either. The first important thing is to get as many points in Exort as possible. This is very important because it will be your main damage source, so it needs to be buffed up accordingly. Once you reach a certain level, the next step is to buy a Eul’s Scepter of Divinity. This is a fairly cheap item, which means that you should have it pretty early on. It gives a good amount of intelligence, as well as mana regen, so it is useful even without its effect.
After you got the needed levels and items, it is now time for action. To begin, the combo that you have to execute is the following: Eul’s -> Sunstrike -> Chaos Meteor -> Deafening Blast. If it’s done right, this has the potential to do around 2k damage, which should be enough to bring down most enemies during the first couple of minutes.
Can I do even more damage?
This combo can be upgraded just a little bit if Invoker purchases an Aghanim’s Scepter. It allows him to have another spell called Cataclysm, which is essentially two Sunstrikes. In other words, the entire damage of the combo gets buffed by a lot, which is pretty cool.