Dota Underlords August 6 Update - Lifestealer gets buffed
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Dota Underlords August 6 Update is now live and implements some important unit changes.
Even though the hype around the Autobattlers is nowhere near as big as it was last year, every single game still continues to have its loyal fans. Needless to say, this also applies to Dota Underlords, which is one of the most popular games of this genre.
Similar to other Autobattlers, this one tends to get regular updates. Although the last one is not as big as the rest, there are still some important things that we need to point out. So, without further ado, here are some of the most important changes in the latest Dota Underlords update.
The first hero that receives some changes is Legion Commander. This unit played a vital role in one of the top combos, which is why we're not surprised that Valve decided to change it a bit. Now, it has a special 3 star effect that allows all friendly targets that are close to LC to attack the target that she dueled. Needless to say, this will have a major impact during the later stages of the game.
Apart from LC, the second hero that is buffed is Lifestealer. Now, his 3 star effects allow him to have Rage, which makes him immune to magic and gives him +50% Move Speed and +50 Attack Speed. The effect lasts for 5 seconds, which is more than enough to kill someone. Also, his maximum mana is now 75, instead of 0.
Up next, we have Snapfire. This pesky hero now reduces the armor of enemies by 5 while the duration of the debuff fol Ol' Scatterblast is on. The debuff itself reduces the attack speed by 10/15/20 for a total of 1/2/4 seconds.
Lastly, we have Storm Spirit, one of the most underrated heroes in Dota Underlords right now. Storm Spirit now gets Overload as a 3 star effect. This ability allows him to do 150 bonus damage on his next attack after he uses any spell. In addition to the damage, this ability will also reduce the target's attack speed by 50 for a total of 1.5 seconds.
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