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Tips and Tricks to Win the Nemestice Battle Pass Event Game

Rakshak Kathuria
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If you are looking for a short and fun game, you can switch to the Nemestice event game in place of your Dota 2 pubs. It usually takes between 15-20 minutes to play, and its mechanics are quite simple, so you can learn it in no time at all.
It is also not that difficult to master the Nemestice event game, so here are some tips and tricks that will enable you to easily adapt and possibly excel at it.

The Nemestice Battle Pass not only brought with it the coveted Spectre Arcana and a decent chunk of rewards but also a new event game. If you are looking for a short and fun game, you can switch to the Nemestice event game in place of your Dota 2 pubs. It usually takes between 15-20 minutes to play, and its mechanics are quite simple, so you can learn it in no time at all. It is also not that difficult to master the Nemestice event game, so here are some tips and tricks that will enable you to easily adapt and possibly excel at it.

Nemestice Battle Pass Event: A Short Explanation of the Game Mode

Let's take a look at how the Nemestice Battle Pass event works before diving into some tips and tricks. At the beginning of this 5v5 game, you choose a hero, then you purchase the first set of items using your starting 1000 gold before you venture into lanes. Unlike Dota 2, where you have 3 lanes, there are 4 lanes with 4 towers attached to each side in the Nemestice event game. The goal of your team is to destroy all four towers. The first team to do so wins.

The post-game window provides a clearer picture of the map.

A special feature of the Nemestice game event is that meteors fall from the sky during specific times on the map. Starting at 1:30 minutes and then every three minutes thereafter, a large meteor crashes on the center of the map. There are also two smaller meteors that fall on two separate designated areas on the side lanes at other times in the game. By channeling these meteors, "the embercharges" are obtained, which increase movement speed, damage, and lead to spell amplification.

In Meta Strategies: Winning the Nemestice Event Game

Split Pushing Heroes are quintessential

While teamfight execution is the king in Dota 2’s current meta and rat Dota has taken a backseat, the Nemestice event game will certainly appeal to rat Dota fans. Due to the objective of destroying the four enemy towers and the lack of backdoor protection in the event game, split pushing heroes are an obvious choice to include in your lineup.

Nature’s Prophet: Nature’s Prophet has always been the ultimate rat Dota 2 king because of his ability to teleport anywhere on the map and the ability to tank tower damage with Treants. This enables him to split push effectively.

Leshrac: The hero's high movement speed and second skill, Diabolic Edict, allow him to push towers at a very fast rate, making him an ideal choice in your Nemestice event team lineup.

Clinkz: Clinkz's high damage per second and his invisible skills make him an amazing split push hero for the Nemestice event. In this event game, Clinkz can also sprint from one tower to another quickly, since the map is smaller than Dota 2's traditional map.

Pugna: Pugna can chip away at enemy towers with his first skill. With the towers not having a very high HP regeneration, Pugna can be a real menace by hiding near towers and periodically poking with some damage.

Luna: Luna's Moon Glaives and high Aura damage make her a worthwhile addition to your Nemestice event lineup. Even though she might need a few more items to reach her peak efficiency, her ability to push waves at a good pace can be quite useful in a game like this.

Other heroes that possess the ability to effectively damage towers like Death Prophet and Broodmother can also come in handy at other times.

Tower Defending and Area Control Heroes

It is likely that your opponents will also pick some split pushing heroes, so you should choose a team that includes some heroes that can deal with such annoying tactics.

Robust heroes such as Bristleback, Underlord, Timbersaw, and Axe can not only deal with these split pushing shenanigans and sho these heroes away, but they can also effectively dominate the area and the fights for Meteor's powers.

In this Nemestice event game, poison-spitting heroes like Venomancer and Viper can also be effective since they can push lanes, hold key areas, and to some extent also push towers.

Meteor Hammer Shenanigans

It is the one item that should be in at least two of your heroes’ inventory since it is the only item in the game that takes down tower health naturally. A hero like Nature’s Prophet can easily teleport on top of the tower and channel Meteor Hammer. Even though he might die doing this in some cases, he can still deal significant tower damage.

Meteor Hammer can be used without being damaged by any tower if you have a Ghost Scepter. Although this strategy may not work every time because you can be countered by hero spells or magic damage, in many instances, it can be very useful.

Warding is the key

In many of your Nemestice event games, you will notice that nobody in your team places either Observer or Sentry Wards. Warding is a very underrated aspect of the event. It can serve as an excellent vision tool for your split pushing heroes, preventing them from crashing and teleporting into enemy ambushes. Wards around the enemy towers come in handy as your split pushing heroes will know where to hide when their abilities and items are on cooldown.

Additionally, wards around your towers will reveal any hidden locations that enemy heroes may be occupying.

Do not all-in on Meteor powers

Meteors provide some powerful powers if they are channeled a number of times, but do not go all-in with all your heroes whenever they fall to the ground. Remember that your main goal in this event game is to destroy towers. In a trade-off between embercharges and dealing some significant tower damage, always pick the latter.

In a normal game of Dota 2, the goal is to destroy the Ancient, but still, players consider a lot of things like laning, teamfight, and map positioning before going for the throne. The reason for this is the execution toughness of going directly for the Ancient. However, in Nemestice, you do not have to face many obstacles in your quest to destroy the four towers.

Therefore, prioritizing towers over other aspects is arguably the way to go in the Nemestice event game unless Valve adds Backdoor Protection to the game and makes some other significant changes.

This Nemestice game event will likely be available to play until the Battle Pass expires on August 18, 2021. By playing the game event, you can earn up to 1,500 Battle Pass points per week.

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Rakshak is an undergrad, an inquisitive person who likes to acquire information and knowledge of varied sectors in esports. However, his current focus is specifically on Dota 2.