As everyone knows. There is a guide we can follow when we first pick a hero, but i ask, which one is the right one to follow because there are so many different situations in 5v5 team that could make 1 build better than another. I've always wanted to be a better player and reach 1800+ games but never felt the right attitude was to tell other players that because 1 build tells you to play 1 way is the right way, because it's not always true. There are multiple ways to play a single character, and the truth is, it depends on the opponents team. If the opponent has a Witch Slayer, and a Pyromancer, shouldn't it be relevant to use a Nullstone and Shrunken Head if you're the carry? Yeah the game will last for probably 40:00 minutes+, but does that mean you should go for other items other than you think, because the build tells you otherwise?
C'mon people. use your heads.
Mind if I hijack this thread with my own question: why are all of the top guides in-game made by unknown people? Do pros not make guides, or do they not get upvoted?
Does anyone know a single person that offers acceptable guides for every hero, including new ones? I don't think the default ones are good at all.
There's no "I" in team. There's a "me" though, if you jumble it up.
^ i thought the default ones were all S2 members. Anyway, it doesn't matter if a well-known player didn't make it. There is not many different skill builds for each hero. There can be the competitive build, regular/recommended build, cookie cutter, hybrid etc. But it's up to you and the situation. Those not well-known players whos guides are in top are widely accepted so its there imo.
Snakezoors' all in one guide. Hell yeah!
Prodex guide too.
builds for each hero are completely situational. who you are with/facing.
tongue punch my turd cutter.