Dota 2: Easy to use Hero and Item Combos
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Dota 2 is one of the most complex games in the world. That's why it doesn't come as a surprise that there are many combos that are extremely hard to pull off. However, today, we will take a look at a couple of very popular combinations that can easily be achieved even if you're new to the game. Some of them can be very deadly, whereas others not. However, all of them are very easy, which means that they can be used by new players as well, which is very important.
Lina and Eul's Scepter of Divinity
One of the easiest combos in Dota 2 is to use Lina and Eul's. The only thing that you need to do here is to lift the enemy hero and then use your stun. Once that happens, you can then use your first skill and ultimate to finish him off. However, there is just one important thing you need to do - you have to time the Eul and stun. Even though it might seem pretty easy, you can often overlap it, especially if you're too much in a hurry.
Skywrath Mage and Rod of Atos
The second very popular combo that you can often see is for Skywrath. He is one of those heroes that you pick just to stomp someone, and what a better way to do it than buying a Rod of Atos. Using this item, you can successfully keep him in place and then use your silence and ultimate to finish your target. It's dead easy to use as well, so you don't have to worry whether something will go wrong.
Shadow Fiend and Shadowblade
The last combo on your list is between Shadow Fiend and Shadowblade. This hero and this item can do wonders, especially when you have to play against enemies that don't buy vision. The Shadowblade will allow you to land that perfect ultimate and kill a lot of heroes. It's fairly cheap as well, which means that you can get it early on and use it to snowball into the late game.