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    In little under a week, the ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational kicks off from the Singapore Indoor Stadium. With such a short time left before this amazing event, the organisers have now confirmed the groups which will be fighting before the main event.
    December feels a bit quiet on the Dota 2 front, especially now that qualifiers have ended for the next batch of DPC events – which only take place in January 2020. But the holiday month does have some action for us, and it’s actually one of the biggest non-DPC tournaments of the year too; the ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational. From December 17th and running until December 22nd, a total of 12 teams from around the world will fight in Singpore for their share of a huge $500,000 prize pool as well as the title of One Esports champions. With under six days until the event gets underway, the twelve teams have been split into their two groups and we’re ready for some prime Dota 2 action.
    Group A
    TNC Predator
    Team Secret
    Team Aster
    Group B
    Vici Gaming
    Team Liquid
    Evil Geniuses
    Gambit Esports
    Natus Vincere
    While there may be a lot of excitement for the Group B action, with so many massive names stacked in one group for the opening days, we’ll also get to see the winner’s of the first Major, TNC Predator, going up against last season’s Major dominators, Team Secret. Plus, this will be the first LAN tournament since TI9 and qualifiers for the likes of Secret, Na’Vi and PSG.LGD too.
    With so many massive teams ready to play, the ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational is set to be the best way to close out 2019 and with many other activities; including meet-and-greets with teams, cosplayers and an amazing array of talent too, this event is the perfect holiday treat. Tickets are still available via .

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    A recent Dota 2 update has changed the increment intervals of bounty runes. Other quality of life changes, such as Dota Plus quests and graphical changes, were also added yesterday.
    “Bounty Runes are now locked to five-minute intervals in terms of their gold values (so getting a six-minute bounty isn’t higher than a five minute one),” Valve said.
    With the introduction of outposts, bounty runes have lost a bit of their allure in regards to their objective hierarchy. While teams used to base their smoke and gank timings around bounty spawn times in hopes of getting a pick, outpost’s extra experience and rune spot have proven to be the new pub brawl of choice.
    And now that bounty runes are further apart, it’s much more likely for these runes to simply sit and marinate in their spawn. It used to increase by one gold every 30 seconds, so a team could theoretically squeeze out an extra 45 gold for the whole team if taken at the last possible moment. It’s not much, but it’s something.
    Furthermore, there are now more options for bounty runes to spawn. Arc Warden’s Aghanim’s Scepter upgrade, Rune Forge, can create bounties, as can the new neutral item, Trusty Shovel. The update appears mostly just to streamline the value of a bounty rune and possibly incentivize players to pick them up immediately.
    Drow Ranger’s Multishot has also been updated with new particle effects, so it doesn’t look a plain old arrow any longer.

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    One of the most successful team ever, Immortalized on the Aegis, Team Liquid. After their amazing title run in The International 7 and coming off 2nd place in recent The International 9, a shocking news about the miracle squad has surfaced.
    Team Liquid has disbanded their roster which makes Aliwi “w33” Omar, Amer “Miracle-” Al-Barkawi, Ivan Borislavov “MinD_ContRoL” Ivanov, Maroun “GH” Merhej, and team captain Kuro “KuroKy” Salehi Takhasomi no longer representatives of their Dota 2 Division. But the players are said to be leaving in mutual agreement with the organization.
    Along with Team Liquid’s blog post on the announcement, KuroKy, filmed himself a short 2 minute video, expressing his gratitude to everyone who got helped and got involved in their time in the organization.
    “Were about to start our own project. It comes off with a lot of uncertainty but we are very ambitious people…” said by Kuro. This path might be similar to what OG has done back in 2015 after being formerly known as (monkey) Business.
    Team Liquid founder Victor “Nazgul” Goosens couldn’t help but to express the same emotion in his statement Team Liquid’s blog post:
    When Kuroky told me about their plans in the wake of TI9, I couldn’t help but think about my own journey from professional player to team owner. After four years under the Team Liquid organization, our Dota team has decided to pursue this new dream: To build a team of their own. While it fills me with great sadness to part ways with the best Dota roster we ever could have dreamed of, I am proud of the unforgettable years we have spent together, which include innumerable championships, records, and memories. That culminated in their crowning as the best Dota team in the world on August 12th 2017, and we built a legend in this historic 2.5 year span…
    Kuro, the incredible leader who will stop at nothing to achieve greatness,
    Miracle, the maestro who lives and breathes Dota,
    GH, the patron saint of positivity who's always ready for the big moment,
    w33ha, the difference-maker who stepped up when it mattered most,
    Mind_Control, the constant who provided kindness, dedication, and skill in equal measure.
    And of course, Matu, the fan-favorite who made even the hardest grinds worth enduring.
    You have been absolute legends of the game and Team Liquid. Thank you for everything, and you’ll always be welcome to visit. I have the utmost respect for your decision and look forward to meeting you on the battlefield.

    They will no longer be wearing the Liquid uniform but the core of the team are looking to stay as KuroKy said, they are looking to rebuild with the squad and he seems to have planned a project years ago but unable to execute it due to his circumstances. This time he will be able to take control and be up for the challenges.

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    2 months ago

    Chapter 1: Fake News.
    Over the weeks, we have heard lots and lots of news about upcoming teams and players. While most of them are true, some were definitely false but word still got around. Well, it’s not like spreading fake news causes any negative impact that ruins anyone’s lives but hey, it’s still fake and it’s unethical to inform someone else about something without actual fact.
    Even professional teams and players have tweeted out about it, informing their fans and perhaps, the DOTA2 community to NEVER trust any rumour until it’s actually announced by an official party, such as the team itself or players themselves.
    Meanwhile, players like AdmiralBulldog had enough of spams asking if he’s joining Team Secret or OG, all thanks to some rumours that some idiot started up.
    Chapter 2: The Next Level Play.
    If you think pro players are smart, then think again, because Dendi is definitely making his name worth the praises. Dendi tweeted out yesterday that he has told 5 friends of his about his future plans in the pro career. However, what they didn’t know is that it was fake.
    Why did Dendi suddenly decide to tell his friends same fake future plans? Well, this is why. Dendi probably told one of the five friends that he was going to play for Virtus.pro, maybe even told his friend that it’s a secret. And it didn’t take long before news about Dendi playing for Virtus.pro got around.
    That was when that friend of Dendi, realised, he [email protected] up. Along with Dendi’s tweet, he say he now know who the traitor is, hiding behind the “we are close friends” act. It’s definitely great that Dendi found out who is the wolf in sheep’s fur among his friends, after all, true friends are hard to come by lately. That said, here’s an actual hint to what Dendi may be up to.
    Chapter 3: I am the Creator.
    In a recent interview by Natus Vincere reporter, Yana Khimchenko or better known as b2ru, with Dendi, he states his plans to create a new team, which means he’s starting his own organization just like his former teammates, Puppey and probably former Team Liquid player, Kuroky, as we all knew, he and his team left Team Liquid days ago.
    Dendi’s interview (English sub available): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDsqoAPM4tU
    It seems like we might not see Dendi playing mid or even carry for the matter as he stated that he doesn’t mind changing roles. As veteran players get older, more of them prefer playing the leader role, as the captain and hard support. After all, the youngsters probably have better reflexes and are more skilled for the mid player role, where plays and consistency are crucial. For instance, Mushi, who used to play mid and carry, has just announced that he will be playing for Keen Gaming as a pos5 hard support.
    Chapter 4: It’s Never too Late.
    Many in the community felt that Dendi is old and should retire, however, it definitely doesn’t hurt for him to try it out for another year, two or as many more as he wants till he’s satisfied. After all, just look at Fear from Evil Geniuses. He was 27 years old before TI5 and there were haters who say that Fear is too old for the game. He won TI5 at the end.

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    Dota 2 publisher in China, Perfect World announced that four persons got arrested under the accusation of creating and selling Dota 2 scripts.
    According to the official report released by PW on Weibo, the four Chinese citizens created five cheating scripts and sold them through “various channels” on the internet, making a profit of RMB 1,000,000 (~140,000 USD). The five scripts found at the end of the investigation were listed in the police report as follows:
    auto-cast Dark Seer Combo
    auto-Ghost work to disjoint spells for Invoker
    auto lane-pushing for Arc-Warden
    courier mastery: Your teammates will not be able to control the courier when you are using it.
    auto hit-and-run
    Extract from Perfect World’s report:
    “Script seriously affects players’ gaming experience which is hated and resisted by the majority of players. For a while, we have received reports from players about two types of scripts in Dota2 which have been spread through various channels. After receiving those reports, Perfect World gave great importance to this matter and launched a thorough investigation immediately.
    After going through some twists and turns, we finally got the source code of these two scripts. We also communicated with Valve so they can add them into Valve Anti-Cheat System (VAC). Users of these scripts will be marked and banned.
    Considering that the scripts will not only ruin the gaming experience of other players but also can potentially compromise internet information security, we reported this matter to the local police and on September 3rd. All persons (4 men) involved in this matter were arrested for “providing programs in the purpose of intrusion and illegal control of computer information systems”

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    Chapter 1: The Founder has joined the chatroom.
    The Chinese DOTA scene has never been this competitive since this year, with every team striving for the same goal of having a TI-winning roster. Recently, Aster’s founder, nicknamed Xiao Fei, posted a long story about various stuff happening in the DOTA2 pro scene. He started off with apologizing for not being able to hold a long awaited meetup with the fans as promised. Due to unforeseen circumstances, it could never happen. Many fans have been wanting to meet him to know the plans and future of the young club that just formed last year around this time of the year, so he talked about that.
    Aster, a team that has been “memed” so much since last year for their horrible performance, has recently attracted much attention from the community worldwide, with veteran players like Sccc and Fade joining the fray, it is only natural that all eyes are on Aster to be the next Eastern superpower.
    Chapter 2: A Year of Disappointment.
    The founder expresses his disappointment for everything that happened within Aster, from lack of management experience and the blame game by fans too. After all, most people thinks that Burning’s management is the cause of the team’s failure.
    However, Xiao Fei said that either way, he will run his club in his own way. While he’s not sure about other teams ensuring constant profit, he personally feel that profit should not be the main goal for a team to be competitive.
    Oddly, he also felt disappointed that he could not use Team DK’s name as the team name, so they had to make up their own.
    Weibo post by Xiao Fei if you can read Mandarin: https://www.weibo.com/ttarticle/p/show?id=2309404414943523897526
    Chapter 3: A Response to Zhou.
    Now, if you recall, Zhou voiced out on his Weibo about teams setting unreasonably high buyout value for their players, even if they are pretty bad. For more information about that, be sure to check out Zhou’s message here.
    Zhou’s message: http://www.vpgame.com/news/article/272917
    It seems like Xiao Fei also discussed about the high buyouts set by other clubs. Is it unethical to set high buyouts for their own players? Referencing from xiao8, they have been planning to “poach” Ame from LGD, who initially had a buyout value of 20M yuan. But LGD immediately raised the buyout clause to a whopping 50M after realising Aster attempted to buy their star player.
    So, is this wrong for LGD to spike up the price more than twice the amount? Well, according to Xiao Fei, he feels that it just shows that LGD respects their player that he is valued so much in the club. Once again, if LGD were to sell Ame, they would have made 20M yuan in profit but they refused.
    Therefore, the question again, are clubs always just looking to make profits? Well, in the case of LGD and Ame, it seems like we (and Zhou) are proven wrong. Maybe in the case of tier-1 teams like LGD and even VG, that they would prefer keeping their main roster, not only the individual players themselves. After all, why would LGD ever consider breaking a potentially TI-winning roster just for 20M yuan or in USD, that would be 2.8M USD.
    Chapter 4: Aster’s Dream.
    Conclusively, we hope that Team Aster will find much success with their new roster they announced recently. Meanwhile, hopefully, Zhou could form a team capable of challenging champions in the upcoming International. Also, huge thanks to Reddit users, dota2hhh and ccs77 for the post and translation, all credits goes to the two.

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    3 months ago

    The issues with tier two esport organizations continue as Vega Squadron’s team manager, Allen “bonkers” Cook is accusing the team of having not paid its Dota 2 players.
    This is not a new development either, with many players coming out to back bonkers’ statements and give their own accounts of their time with Vega. And in a time where the team is trying to build a roster for the upcoming season, this is a terrible look.
    “During last season I assisted a stack that were picked up by Vega Squadron,” bonkers said. “Due to Team Liquid’s decision not to attend DreamLeague our team ‘Team Lithium’ qualified to the event. We were already in negotiations with Vega about picking the players up and us playing under [their] banner. It gave Vega added incentive to pick the team up and everything seemed fine.”
    At the time, Lithium was a strong stack of players that nearly beat Liquid to qualify for DreamLeague Season 10, but fell just short. Liquid decided not to attend the event, which let Lithium sign with Vega and play at the Minor, where they placed fifth.
    “Vega agreed that as we qualified for the event outside of their organization they would not receive a cut of the prize pool but would handle the money,” bonkers wrote. “To this day none of the players have received anything of the $15,000 prize pool that was paid on time by DreamLeague directly to Vega…Some players are still owed salary and honestly, the negotiations have pretty much stopped after some 6 months of trying to get the money from Vega.”
    Bonkers has been serving as the team’s manager since coming the Lithium roster acquisition. DreamLeague is the only Dota 2 Pro Circuit Vega managed to attend during the season, but the team did play in many smaller events and even won the Qi Invitational Europe.
    In his statement, bonkers noted that his players were not only owed their cut of the prize money, but also salary too. That means Vega failed to pay its players in more than one way, which was backed up by two of the team’s former players: Maurice “KheZu” Gutmann and Petu “Peksu” Vaatainen.
    “As Bonkers stated earlier in his statement, Vega owe us about [$20,00], [$15,000] from LAST YEARS dreamleague minor, and [$5,000] from online tournaments,” KheZu said. “The Minor was in November last year btw. They were a good Org to us while we were in the team and under contract.”
    KheZu also went on to say he has not been paid the full amount from earlier in 2018, the Galaxy Battles II tournament where he stood in for OG. The team won $45,000 for a fourth-place finish, but the tournament organizers have yet to pay out more than a fraction of that.
    Bonkers went beyond just calling out Vega in his post. He also addressed Aachen City Esports for a similar instance during the team’s run in The International 2019 qualifiers.
    “One of the players involved in the Vega team also signed to play for another team during The International qualifiers,” bonkers said. “The players agreed a fee to represent Aachen City Esports—honestly it was a pretty small fee, just a case of ‘we will play under your name if you pay us something and if we qualify for TI then the org gets extremely good deal’. The payment was supposed to be paid during the qualifiers but was delayed.”
    The player in reference is Peksu, who came out with his own account of his time with Aachen. He confirmed that he and several other players from that roster, which has since been let go, have not been paid.
    “I really wish there can be done something about this tournament paying orgs over players outside of TI,” Peksu said. “I understand that there are cuts that orgs want and so on for most contracts. Another thing i feel bad about both of these situations the fact that I see Aachen city Esports still signing ‘new’ team and acting like everything is fine when they are completely ignoring me and some other players and giving excuses for everything makes me kinda mad.”
    The team’s failure to pay its members is not a new development in Dota 2—or in esports in general. Non-tier one organizations are constantly under fire for failing to pay players or shutting down while owing thousands in tournament winnings to the rosters that got the team that money in the first place.
    Forward Gaming is one of the better examples that had a happy ending and the players were mostly aware of the issues at hand. That team ceased operations in July, right after the roster qualified for TI9, owing its players $36,000 in tournament winnings and their July salaries.
    Those players partially knew how dire the situation was, but managed to go on to TI9, get sponsored by Newbee, and recoup that money lost. Most players won’t get that chance if their tier two organization decides to withhold winnings or shut down.
    Vega is a very reputable organization and is one of the few tier two teams that have managed to survive for several years. But if this happened in 2018, how do we know the team hasn’t been doing stuff like this since the organization began fielding Dota 2 teams in 2014?
    “To look at The International prize pool and be impressed by the numbers involved does not give you a fair indication of the money involved in dota, or the problems involved with being on the edge of the 1st Tier,” bonkers said. “For some reason people are afraid it will tarnish their own reputation by calling out these orgs that don’t make payment.”
    In order to understand the plight of most competitive Dota players, you have to look beyond the big teams like Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid. There are dozens of organizations trying to make it to that level, but the players who start to make a name for themselves move on or the rosters are signed by bigger, tier one organizations before that can happen.
    That leaves the tier two teams in a state of limbo, where they will never be able to compete at the highest level, which can lead to more situations like what is happening with Vega now.
    “I appreciate it’s hard to run an organisation and turn a profit,” bonkers said. “But it’s also pretty sickening when you see these organisations not paying players, outright lying when they are making up excuses for non-payment, and then pickup up further teams and players to do it all again. Something has to be done about the distribution of money within the industry, and someone has to make those unwilling to pay be made accountable.”

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    Chapter 1: Post-TI6 Secret.
    Remember the good old times when Fnatic won fourth place in TI6? Me neither. So here’s some storytelling for all you folks who don’t remember. It was what I would say SEA’s biggest achievement in TI history, Fnatic took a leap of faith to try out a SEA roster after several missed Internationals from the former EU roster.
    Fnatic featured some of the finest players you would recognize these days, Midone, Mushi, Ohaiyo, Dj and 343. It was the time when Midone became a popular figure in the pro scene but despite securing 4th place in TI6, Midone left soon after because he didn’t want to play with Mushi anymore. So, he went to join Team Secret alongside Forev.
    Chapter 2: Bullied.
    In a recent interview in TI9 by RuHub, Midone was asked about the “Forev Midone drama”. And we definitely didn’t expect some spicy honest opinion from Midone. He claims that Forev is not a nice person and he was bullied at Team Secret by him. For instance, if there’s anything bad that happens, he would blame it on Midone because he’s the youngest at the time.
    Midone talks about Forev: https://youtu.be/7ZjKyoaYC1k?t=392
    Well, thankfully, Forev left after 5 months of playing for Secret and we never heard much from him anymore, until now…
    Chapter 3: Korean Dota.
    It is back. During TI9, Forev announced that he is joining a new team by 3-times League of Legends Worlds champions team, SK Telecom T1. It seems like Forev has finally found a good team that might finally bring back Korean Dota.
    However, there isn’t much of a player pool in Korea, so we should expect the old gang to reunite again. The former MVP.Phoenix players such as March, Febby, MP and etc.
    Chapter 4: Forev’s Response.
    It didn’t take long for Forev to watch the interview and tweeted out about it. In his tweet, he says he felt hurt by Midone’s comment but he agrees that he was hot-tempered. Right after TI6, he was very cocky after defeating the favourites, team OG. He apologizes to Midone too as it has already been 3 years. Furthermore, he also claims that he has since changed his negative attitude and learnt to treat people better.
    While his tweet may sound sincere and maybe he has changed, MiLAN back in December last year beg to differ. In MiLAN’s tweet, he talked about what led to his kick and the things that happened behind the scenes of the J.Storm team. What he also said was that when he suddenly became quite sick during KL major bootcamp, the team atmosphere quickly became hostile and the blames begin. That was when Forev asked him, “Can you not be sick?!”. That’s a very irrational question to ask.
    Anyways, MiLAN’s tweet wasn’t meant to point fingers at anyone but just to show what actually happened.
    MiLAN’s tweet: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1sqog9c
    Chapter 5: T1 and DPC ‘19/’20.
    Heading into the next DPC season, we hope that the brand new Korean team, T1, will perform great and earn some recognition in their first debut or major. That said, the complete T1 roster is still not announced yet but it definitely will be exciting to see Korean Dota return.

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    Commented subject Dota patch 7.22g.
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    Basic Neutrals now give 5% less bounty
    Magic resistance reduced from 6% to 5%
    Armor reduced from 5 to 4
    Recipe cost increased from 1650 to 1750
    Armor reduced from 7 to 6
    Armor reduced from 6 to 5
    Stock replenish time increased from 70 seconds to 85
    Armor reduced from 12 to 10
    Recipe cost increased from 300 to 400
    Greevil's Greed gold bonus per stack reduced from 4 to 3
    Chemical Rage no longer provides mana regeneration
    Level 15 Talent reduced from +50 Damage to +30
    Level 25 Talent reduced from -0.2 Chemical Rage Base Attack Time to -0.15
    Primal Split Storm's Wind Walk damage increased from 100/160/220 to 140/200/260
    Spin Web Scepter upgrade reduced from +12 Charges to +10
    Spin Web Scepter upgrade reduced from +30% Movement Speed to +20%
    Chaos Strike max crit increased from 160/195/230/265% to 160/200/240/280%
    Level 15 Talent increased from +12% Cooldown Reduction to +15%
    Holy Persuasion maximum creep level reduced from 4/5/6/6 to 3/4/5/6
    Divine Favor heal amplification reduced from 8/12/16/20% to 6/10/14/18%
    Divine Favor active cooldown increased from 120/100/80/60 to 140/120/100/80
    Level 15 Talent increased from -30s Divine Favor Cooldown to -40s
    Intelligence increased from 17 + 1.3 to 18 + 1.5
    Base movement speed increased from 310 to 315
    Power Cogs knockback radius increased by 15
    Static Storm maximum damage per second increased from 200/250/300 to 200/275/350
    Static Storm radius increased from 450 to 500
    Precision Aura increased from 20/40/60/80% to 22/44/66/88%
    Level 15 Talent increased from +40% Gust Blind to +50%
    Astral Spirit cooldown increased from 17 to 23/21/19/17
    Astral Spirit buff is now dispellable
    Base damage reduced by 4
    Nature's Attendants heal reduced from 10/11/12/13 to 7/9/11/13
    Impetus damage reduced from 16/22/28% to 14/20/26%
    Agility gain reduced from 3.2 to 3.0
    Chronosphere cooldown increased from 140/130/120 to 140
    Side Gunner scepter attack rate changed from every 1.1 to 1.2 seconds
    Level 10 Talent changed from Spirits Apply Slow to +90 Gold/Min
    Level 15 Talent changed from +75 Spirits Hero Damage to Spirits Apply Slow
    Level 20 Talent changed from +150 Gold/Min to +75 Spirits Hero Damage
    Blinding Light cooldown reduced from 30/25/20/15 to 14
    Blinding Light cast range increased from 550/600/650/700 to 575/650/725/800
    Chakra Magic mana leak increased from 4/4.5/5/5.5% to 4.5/5/5.5/6%
    Level 25 Talent increased from +2 Will-O-Wisp Flicker to +3
    Level 15 Talent reduced from +12 Health Regen to +10
    Level 20 Talent reduced from +25 Strength to +20
    Summon Wolves Scepter spawn amount increased from 2 to 3
    Summon Wolves Scepter gold bounty reduced from 20 to 15
    Shapeshift cooldown reduced from 130/105/80 to 110/95/80
    Sacred Arrow base damage reduced from 80/160/240/320 to 40/120/200/280
    Sacred Arrow bonus damage increased from 140 to 180
    Moonlight Shadow manacost increased from 75 to 125
    Void no longer does half damage during daytime
    Base damage reduced by 4
    Juxtapose illusions damage increased from 20% to 22%
    Jaunt is now disabled by Root
    Agility gain increased from 1.7 to 2.2
    Phase Shift is no longer disabled by Root
    Level 20 Talent increased from -8s Waning Rift Cooldown to -9s
    Level 20 Talent increased from +40% Illusory Orb Distance/Speed to +50%
    Soul Catcher damage reduced from 25/30/35/40% to 20/25/30/35%
    Level 15 Talent reduced from +30 Movement Speed to +25
    Base strength reduced by 2 (damage unchanged)
    Tree Volley damage reduced from 120% to 100%
    Tree Volley manacost increased from 150 to 200
    Tree Volley cooldown increased from 12 to 15
    Soul Rip max unit count reduced from 8/10/12/14 to 8/9/10/11
    Soul Rip damage/heal per unit increased from 22/26/30/34 to 22/29/36/43
    Flesh Golem current health loss per second increased from 7% to 9%
    Earthshock damage increased from 50/100/150/200 to 75/125/175/225
    Plague Ward base attack time improved from 1.5 to 1.4
    Venomous Gale interval damage increased from 10/40/70/100 to 15/45/75/105

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    3 months ago

    Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao missed the train for The International 2019 and managed in the previous season to put himself at the centre of roster change dramas a few too many times. After changing five teams through the 2018-2019 Dota Pro Circuit EE-sama was left teamless mid-May 2019 and didn’t try to form a stack for the open qualifiers for TI9.
    EternaLEnVy started the previous season at compLexity Gaming, but after the DreamLeague Season 10 Minor he left the team along with Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu. Their departure was related to a racist comment made during an official match in the said Minor by Rolen Andrei “Skemberlu” Ong, the team carry brought on the roster by EE. From there on, EnVy and Sneyking tried their luck in the South American region with Infamous, returned to the NA continent and formed Flying Penguins, a project for which they couldn’t find a sponsor and dropped it once they failed to qualify for the MDL Disneyland® Paris Major. The two separated from each other for the second half of the season. Sneyking joined Forward Gaming and managed to qualify with them for TI9 while EnVy joined Team Team and took a lot of flak from the community when Nico “Gunnar” Lopez and Jason “Newsham” Newsham were removed from the roster.
    With The International 2019 now over and a new season on the horizon, EE and Sneyking reunite for a new start. In his new journey, EnVy will also be joined by Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling, a former teammate of his at Cloud 9 back in 2014 and at NP, in 2017. The new season marks Aui_2000’s return to the competitive play after more than a year hiatus. The last team where he was an active player was Digital Chaos where he had Jonathan “bryle” Santos De Guia and David “MoonMeander” Tan as teammates. The two will now join the new project which seems to be a mix of good old friends looking for a sponsor in the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit season.
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    Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao
    Jonathan “bryle” Santos De Guia
    David “MoonMeander” Tan
    Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu
    Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling
    EnVy’s roster announcement is also a hint into roster changes for the TI9 attendee squad under the Newbee tag. Both Sneyking and Aui_2000 come from Forward Gaming, signed by Newbee ahead of The International 2019.

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