GH Reveals Position 4 Heroes You Need to be Picking

Dhruv Saikia
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Nigma Galaxy’s support player, Maroun "GH" Merhej was recently featured in a video where he creates a tier list for position 4 heroes.
In the video, the player is seen to rank 4 heroes in the S-Tier (highest), which are Pugna, Keeper of The Light (KOTL), Enchantress, and Io.
In contrast, GH has 8 heroes that he believes are bad right now, belonging to the D-Tier (lowest), including Bane, Naga Siren, Luna, and Omniknight, among others.

Nigma Galaxy, a prominent name in the Dota 2 competitive landscape, has recently undergone several roster changes, with players like Sumail "SumaiL" Hassan and Ammar "ATF" Al-Assaf transitioning to different teams. In the midst of these adjustments, the team's support player, Maroun "GH" Merhej, has taken the spotlight in a new video released on the Nigma Galaxy YouTube channel. In this highly anticipated upload, GH takes on the task of ranking position 4 heroes into tiers, showcasing his insights into the current meta. As fans were happy to see the player in the spotlight, GH's tier list offers valuable guidance for both aspiring and experienced players seeking to dominate in the support role.

S-Tier heroes: GH's picks for the strongest positions 4’s

In GH's tier list video, he designates only four heroes as S-tier position 4 heroes, highlighting their exceptional strength and impact in the current meta. These heroes, according to GH, possess the potential to turn the tide of battles and significantly contribute to their team's success. Among the chosen S-tier heroes are:

  • Pugna

  • Keeper of the Light (KOTL)

  • Enchantress

  • Io

Here’s what he says for each hero:

“Pugna, this hero seems very strong especially if anyone’s following the Major closely. He’s being picked a lot with partners from the midlane such as Storm. He can give the storm full mana, full HP, so I believe he’s a strong laner and he has a good impact in the game. I’ll put him in the S-Tier,” he said. 

“Kepper (KOTL) is the other Pugna basically and he can fill up the mid hero whether its a hero that lacks mana or HP or anything like that or he just needs the cooldown reduced or reset. I think Keeper belongs to the S-Tier, just like Pugna,” he added.

“Enchantress, the hero is just broken. No need to explain much about it. He just dominates the lane, peaks on level 3, very effective hero, basically is always contested, so he’s in the S-tier,” he said.

“Io, one of my favorite heroes, I might be a bit biased but I’m gonna put him in the S-Tier. Because he’s just overall a complete hero as a support,” GH said.

GH’s D-Tier heroes: dont pick these

In his tier list video, GH also identifies eight heroes that he considers to be in the D-tier for Position 4. These heroes, as per GH's evaluation, face challenges in the current patch and meta, making them less desirable choices for support players. The heroes in this tier include:

  • Bane

  • Naga Siren

  • Luna

  • Omniknight

  • Tiny

  • Vengeful Spirit

  • Winter Wyvern

  • Zeus

GH's ranking suggests that these heroes may struggle to find their place in the current meta. It is worth noting that some of these heroes were previously played as supports in past patches, showcasing the ever-evolving nature of the Dota 2 meta.

GH's tier list video serves as a valuable resource for Dota 2 players, particularly those interested in excelling in the position 4 role. While he highlights the exceptional strength of S-tier heroes like Pugna, KOTL, Enchantress, and Io, GH also sheds light on the weaknesses of heroes in the D-tier. As the meta continues to evolve, players can use GH's tier list as a starting point for understanding the current landscape and making informed decisions in their hero selections. The tier list video not only showcases GH's expertise and game knowledge but also offers players an opportunity to broaden their understanding of the support role in Dota 2.

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Since 2012, Dhruv has developed a deep passion for Dota 2, which has only grown stronger over time. With three years of experience as a competitive player and a background in writing, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to create content around the game and its esports scene.