You can pick these heroes in the 7.33 patch to defeat the Tormentors in Dota 2.
The New Frontiers map has an exciting set of features that has piqued the interest of people. It has added loads of fun objectives in the game that can be used to gain more gold and experience for your team. The 7.33 patch has stretched all corners of the map to give over 12 new neutral creep camps a place to call home in the strategy game.
The Tormentors are a special kind of neutral creeps that can be found near the Defender’s Gate in the off lane. These mini-bosses can be fought after the first 20 minutes of the game elapses. You can collect plenty of Wisdom runes near the Tormentors to level up faster with your allies. It might take your entire team to defeat a Tormentor. Attacking these neutral creeps can be hard with just a carry hero and even harder to solo with a support hero. Tormentors provide an Aghanim’s Shard to one ally in your team after beating them in battles.
Each of the Tormentors in Dota 2 has 1 health. The neutral creeps are protected by a Damage Barrier that can withstand up to 2500 damage from heroes. Tormentors have 20 armor, 55% magic resistance, and regenerate 100 health per second. These units can reflect 70% of incoming damage back to heroes, making it difficult to deal with Tormentors by yourself. Illusions created by heroes like Phantom Lancer and Terrorblade can take up to 200% more damage from Tormentors. Once a Tormentor has been destroyed, it can take 10 minutes for the neutral creeps to respawn in their place.
Take a look at the best heroes in the 7.33 patch that you can choose to destroy Tormentors in the online game.
Troll Warlord is one of the fastest heroes in Dota 2. He has a base health of 582 and a base mana of 231. The carry hero gains 3.3 Agility per level. His attack speed allows Troll Warlord to take out the Tormentor in less than 5 minutes, preventing any of his allies from taking a significant amount of damage from the neutral creep.
You can max out Fervor to increase attack speed per stack of Troll Warlord by 30. The passive ability can be stacked for up to a maximum of 12 times in the game. Troll Warlord can purchase a Hand of Midas for 2200 gold to increase his attack speed. Hand of Midas provides 40 attack speed to the carry hero and lets Troll Warlord cast Transmute on neutral creeps around the Tormentor. You can use Transmute to instantly kill neutral creeps and enemy creeps for 160 gold and double the experience.
The carry hero can level up Berserker’s Rage early to gain a bonus armor of 7 and a bonus movement speed of 45. Melee attacks from Troll Warlord have a base attack time of 1.4. You can reach level 20 with Troll Warlord to increase his armor by 10. Each hit from the Agility hero has a 20% chance to Ensnare enemy heroes for up to 2 seconds. You can Ensnare enemy heroes in the off lane to kill them before attacking Tormentors to gain additional gold. Troll Warlord can switch between his melee attacks and ranged attacks to cast multiple instances of Whirling Axes to deal damage to your opponents in the game.
Enemy heroes can be slowed using Whirling Axes using ranged attacks to decrease their movement speed by 40% for 4 seconds. You can hurl Whirling Axes with melee attacks to deal 200 damage to enemy heroes around Troll Warlord in a radius of 450.
His ulti, Battle Trance, can be the most effective spell to use while fighting Tormentors in Dota 2. Troll Warlord gains 80% Lifesteal, 200 attack speed, and 35% movement speed for 6.5 seconds. You can easily destroy Tormentors by casting Battle Trance to deal bonus damage from your attacks. People can purchase a Desolator for Troll Warlord to gain 50 attack damage. Enemy units affected by Desolator have their armor reduced by 6 for 7 seconds. Desolator can be bought for 3500 gold in a match.
Troll Warlord can buy a Butterfly to increase his attack speed by 30. Butterfly also grants 35 Agility, 35% evasion, and 25 attack damage to Troll Warlord. You can decimate Tormentors without getting killed by the reflection damage by purchasing a Butterfly for the Agility hero. The bonus armor and attack speed will help him recover health while his ulti is active. You can activate the Watchers around Tormentors to stay vigilant of any enemy heroes approaching the Tormentors to avoid being killed in the 7.33 patch.
Naga Siren is a dominating carry hero in Dota 2. She can create illusions to deal tons of damage to enemy heroes in the game. You can roam the New Frontiers map to find neutral creep camps and mitigate them with her illusions. Naga Siren is a strong Agility hero suited to beat Tormentors in the latest version of the strategy game.
She has a base health of 582 and a base mana of 327. Naga Siren can chase enemy heroes on the map with a base movement speed of 330. You can buy a Phase Boots to increase the attack damage of Naga Siren by 18. Phase Boots provides 45 movement speed and 4 armor to the carry hero. You can purchase a Phase Boots for 1500 gold.
Naga Siren can cast Mirror Image to summon 3 illusions that last for up to 26 seconds. Mirror Images deal 40% of the attack damage of Naga Siren. These illusions can deal bonus damage to Tormentors for easy kills. You can max out Rip Tide for Naga Siren to deal 55 bonus damage for every 6 attacks from her blade. The passive ability, Rip Tide, reduces the armor of enemy heroes by 8 for 4 seconds. Rip Tide can help gamers defeat Tormentors with fewer attacks while
playing Naga Siren.
You can purchase a Manta Style for Naga Siren to gain 26 Agility, 12 attack speed, 10 Strength, 10 Intelligence, and 8% movement speed. Naga Siren can activate Manta Style to create 2 additional illusions that deal 33% of her attack damage to Tormentors. Illusions created using Manta Style can last for up to 20 seconds. You can use Manta Style after your Mirror Images have been destroyed by Tormentors to survive the battle against the neutral creep.
The Agility hero can equip a Daedalus to increase her attack damage by 88. Naga Siren gains a 30% chance to deal 225% bonus damage to Tormentors with her attacks by purchasing a Daedalus in Dota 2. You can buy a Daedalus for 5150 gold in the game. Make sure you team up with your friends to
kill Tormentors effortlessly.