The following guides will explore Match Making Rating (MMR), the metric players use to measure their Dota 2 skill.
Embark on a journey to answer the most common question in Dota 2: “How do I raise my MMR?”
Glory awaits just down the road.
Master the basics and mechanics that are second nature to every good Dota player.
Learn to think, draft and read the map from high level players.
Create consistency in your play that will bring a consistent win rate and allow you to climb.
Restocker introduces five carries that will get you winning games quickly in the 3K bracket and below. This guide highlights how to pick straight forward heroes that newer players can pick up with good results.
Learning how to win your lane is the beginning of improving as a Dota player. This guide will teach you how to out lane your opponents consistently in the mid lane, Dota's most mechanically demanding role.
The laning stage of the game generally lasts for the first 10 or so minutes. This is when players who last hit well can begin building an advantage through their mechanics. This guide focuses on consistently collecting high last hit numbers in the laning stage.
In this video series we will be learning a progression of drills and practice methods to help you improve at various skill based Dota 2 mechanics. Jenkins teaches us how to practice to perfect our play.
In this guide to taking objectives in Dota Jenkins explains one of the most powerful items in the game. Smoke of Deceit is an extremely useful tool when ahead or behind to change the course of the game.
This video guide focuses on the support role with both positions 4 and 5 being shown. The support role takes a special kind of low farm, high-impact skill which can result in some really amazing plays.
Kyubashi goes over a recent replay of his that will teach us how to deal with a bad laning stage as Terrorblade. This gameplay analysis will showcase how Terrorblade can turn a losing game with a single won fight in the later stages of the game.
In this video guide we will be learning about the basics and mechanics of playing Spirit Breaker. Barathrum is a highly aggressive and fun hero to play and Hachi brings us an in-depth video series on the hero.