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Edited by elivaras at 2016-1-13 07:42

Version 2.1 Update as of 12/26/2015:

         -Added a Legend and colour coding!
        -Removed a bunch of random forward slashes that made the post really messy
        -Fixed Astral Hunter's first skill description
        -Fixed Summoner's third skill description
        -Fixed various grammar and spelling mistakes

        Hope you all enjoy!

        Good morning, evening, or afternoon everyone! My name is Elivaras, and today I'm here to talk to you about some of the really good heroes, and what team compositions (or which heroes) they fit into (or work with). Now, before we begin, let me clarify what I mean by good. Good refers to the heroes that are close to the best or the best at their role, whether that be damage, tanking, or support. I'm going to talk about multiple heroes in each of the three class types, but not only that, I'm going to describe the best team compositions to use each hero in. However, I will not be going through each class of hero in a single post, as I just don't have the time. I will split this into a three part series- Damage, Tanking, and then Support. So let's hop right into damage, shall we?

((NOTE: I will not be discussing EVERY single hero in each category, or maybe not even close to every hero. I will be discussing the heroes I know a decent amount about, and those who I have used.))
((NOTE 2: The heroes listed are NOT listed in order of strength. Just because one is at the bottom of the list does not mean it's bad!))

((NOTE 3: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO READ THROUGH THE WHOLE GUIDE! All the heroes listed are given a colour (located in the Legend below)- just pick a hero, and scroll down until you find that  respective heroes' colour!))

PLEASE READ: A few of the things in this guide are out of date, such as the "single target damage meta". It might be a little while before I can edit this some more, so keep that in mind!

Legend:
1. Night Sentinel
2. Berserker Claw
3. Snow Queen
4. Grimbow
5. Atalanta
6. Amazon Hunter
7. Demon Hunter
8. Pyrona
9. Nightblade
10. Blazing Soul
11. Summoner
12. Astral Hunter
13. Soul Slinger
14. Byron the Black

DAMAGE
            When a hero is classified as a damage type, it's pretty simple to understand what the hero does. They do damage. So let's look into what some of the most popular and most effective heroes in the damage category are, what they do, and which team compositions they fit best in, or which heroes they work best with.

        Night Sentinel- Night Sentinel has the highest damage in the game for F2P players (unless you consider waiting three months to get a premium hero a F2P hero). He does single-target, devastating attacks, and a lot of his power comes from his second skill, Double Shot Range. This is fairly similar to his ultimate- it deals insane single-target damage. This, combined with his ultimate, which ALSO deals insane single-target damage, leads to him being the highest damaging hero in the game. As to which team compositions he fits best in? Well, just about every team composition. This is because no matter what, in order to win, you're going to need to kill the enemy heroes. For that you need damage, and who better to call then Night Sentinel, the king of damage! Night Sentinel works best when he can nuke down enemy heroes, and the first step is to destroy the tank line. However, most tanks have a lot of shields or HP boosts. To stop these from proccing, CC is needed. Therefore, Night Sentinel works best along side heroes with good front-line CC, such as Pyrona and Elder Dwarf (Pyrona more so). Be warned however, his weakness is high dodge heroes. If he can't land his insane single-target shots, he's going to be doing squat for you.

        Berserker Claw- This hero is really hit or miss when it comes to damage. If he is targeting a squishy target, his damage is quite high. A traditional tank however, and his damage is not very high at all.. His ultimate, or his first skill, has him charge at the nearest opposing hero and proceed to hit them over and over again, each attack gaining increased damage (Five attacks, to be precise). The reason this hero can be pretty good, despite maybe lacking a bit in damage, is because he has a really powerful backline stun, PROVIDED it can proc. This allows him to be placed in the backline across from heroes like amazon hunter or night sentinel and effectively shut them down, locking away a major damage source of the enemy team. Berserker Claw also works in just about every team composition, and this is mainly because his backline stun is just about ALWAYS effective, no matter what situation you are in or what team you are facing. However, he works best with good AoE, or better, good backline damage heroes. This is because his boomerang, or backline stun, does quite a bit of damage. And as you all know, the enemy backline is usually where the damage comes from. Therefore, if you can knock down the enemy backline, it's just about an instant victory. Due to this, he would work best alongside a hero like Snow Queen or Grimbow, who hold very high backline damage in their arsenals. Berserker Claw's main weakness is his innate squishiness (although he -does- have a dodge rune, so he can survive longer as long as you don't get too unlucky), and the random proc chance of his boomerang. If his boomerang doesn't proc at all, Berserker Claw's usefulness drops quite a bit.

        Snow Queen- This hero is not used very often, and this is for two reasons. One, because her soulstones are not very easy to come by, and two, due to the high single-target damage meta we seem to be in. However, even though she is slightly underrated, her damage can be insane if she is a high enough level. Both her ultimate and second skill hold high damage potential. Her ultimate has her charge her bow and fire off a high powered shot towards all heroes in the current backline of the opponent's team. Her second skill, cold cone, has her fire off a pretty decent damaging attack towards all heroes in the current front line of the opponent's team. She works best in team compositions with high backline damage or high AoE damage, and still works, although not as good, with teams that have high damage. Her ult is really powerful, but only does something for you if the opponent's team's backline is already injured, or if her damage is able to be followed up on. If you have no one else who can hit the backline, Snow Queen's ult will just feed rage because it doesn't have enough damage to kill a hero outright. Therefore, if you have someone like an Atalanta or Grimbow on your team, their AoE damage can combo with that of Snow Queen's, and the opponent's backline will meet quick deaths, most likely winning you the game. She can also work well with heroes like Night Sentinel and Pyrona, who can chew through the opponent's frontline rather quickly. With the front line dead, damage can be done to the backline, and Snow Queen\'s ultimate can follow up and destroy the rest of the heroes. However, she's less useful in this situation, as if their tanks are already dead, you've probably already won the game and don't need snow queen to seal it out. Snow Queen\'s main weakness is therefore her inability to finish off single heroes on her own. She needs to have some kind of high damage or AoE team composition to be used effectively. (ADDENDUM- Snow Queen also has a really useful shield, which, while not shielding her from damage, allows her to block incoming CC's. This makes it impossible for heroes like Berseker Claw to lock her down).

        Grimbow- Grimbow is used even less often then snow queen, and is somewhat underrated. This is, again, due to the single-target burst meta I believe we are in. However, just like Snow Queen, Grimbow can pack a pretty large punch. His second skill is underrated, but very powerful. This allows him to fire off a flame arrow, and while the upfront damage is a little lacking, the flame damage can be ridiculous (Remember, it hits THROUGH shields!). However, other than his ultimate, his damage is really lacking if the flame part of the flame arrow misses, or the opponent dodges the attack altogether. His ultimate is very similar to Snow Queen's, in the fact that it fires pretty hard hitting backline shots into the opponent's ranks. However, it can be a little more useful, since the ultimate fire off four decent damaged backline shots rather than one high damage backline shot, in the fact that the whole damage of the ultimate on a given hero can not be negated by a single dodge. He works well with pretty much the exact same heroes that Snow Queen does, and fits in to the same team compositions as she does. His main weakness is also pretty much the exact same as Snow Queen's. If you skipped the paragraph on Snow Queen, I would recommend reading through it to get a better understanding of what I'm talking about.

        Atalanta- Atalanta beats the crap out of everyone early game, but falls off a bit late game. This is because of her largely random AoE ultimate, which allows her to hit the enemy heroes six times, with each strike hitting a random enemy hero. This either results in hitting one or two heroes over and over and killing them, or hitting almost every hero and doing hardly anything. Her second skill, Double Strike, allows her to hit the opponent nearest her three times rather than one, which can deal a pretty good amount of damage due to her high critical hit rate. Atalanta works best in a heavy backline damage or AoE team composition. When paired with someone like Snow Queen, Atalanta's ult can usually significantly damage one or two heroes in the backline enough so that Snow Queen can follow up and finish them off. It also works Vice Versa, with Snow Queen's ult dealing enough damage to the backline so that Atalanta only needs one or two hits to kill them. Her weakness is then, therefore, her inability (USUALLY) to finish off heroes on her own. She needs that backup damage from other AoE heroes to really make an impact. She DOES wreck face, just like Snow Queen, if there are only three enemy heroes left, resulting in high damage to the same heroes. Although, usually if there are that few heroes left alive on the other team, you have already won the game, and most likely do not need Atalanta to finish the enemy off. However, don't count her out completely if you don't have other high AoE heroes on your team- She can occasionally pull out really clutch victories for you!

        Amazon Hunter- Amazon Hunter is a hero that is not used often, and that is due to how hard it is to come by her soul stones. However, she is one of the strongest damage picks there is, provided she can proc her second and third skill. Her second skill, poison dagger, has her throw a dagger into the opponent nearest her in the current backline of the enemy team. This does really high up front damage, especially due to the heroes high crit, and also poisons the hero as well, dealing even MORE damage! This is ridiculously powerful when combined with her ultimate, which launches a devastating high powered dagger (I'm assuming it's a dagger) in a line, hitting both the front line and backline hero adjacent to her when she throws it, dealing very high damage. Combining this with her poison dagger, the damage of both is usually enough to kill the backline hero that is hit. Her third skill has her launch a flurry of strikes that deal a decent amount of damage, but also lower defense. This is especially useful against high defense tanks, who need tons of damage to drop. Amazon Hunter is right at home in this high single-target damage meta, working very well with heroes like Night Sentinel and Pyrona to quickly down tanks, and is therefore overall a pretty strong pick. However, her main weakness is not procing her second and third skill, which hold the majority of her damage.

        Demon Hunter- Demon Hunter is also not used so often due to two reasons. First, it's pretty hard to get her soul stones. And second, the single-target high damage meta we are in. While she CAN do significant single target damage, her damage is just outshined by other picks like Night Sentinel. Nevertheless, her damage is pretty high, ESPECIALLY when she procs her second skill. This allows her to have the chance to fire twice instead of once, with the potential of upping her damage massively with her high crit. Her ultimate is an AoE, more powerful version of her auto attack on ALL enemy heroes, which I believe has a chance to hit twice, due to her second skill. She fits well into both single target damage and AoE damage teams, due to being able to hit twice (this is why she works in single-target damage teams) and having an AoE ultimate (why she works well in, of course, AoE teams). However, she can suffer from the same issues that Atalanta, Grimbow, and Snow Queen have, mainly concerning her AoE ultimate. On its own, it does not, or most likely does not, have enough damage to kill any hero outright, and therefore requires other heroes to follow up on her damage. If there is no one on the enemy team who is injured enough already so that they will succumb to her ultimate, or no one else on your team who can follow up on Demon Hunter's ultimate and finish the job (mainly concerning the backline heroes of the opponent's team!), her ultimate will just feed rage to the enemy heroes, usually resulting in a quick demise for YOUR team.

        Pyrona- Pyrona is a hero that is really popular, due to fitting right at home in this high single-target damage meta, and because everyone gets her from the beginning. Her soul stones are also pretty easy to come by. Pyrona's fireball is the main candidate for why this is so, due to the incredibly high single-target burst damage that it entails, usually one hundred to zeroing whichever hero gets hit by it. Her second ability, polymorph, is INSANELY useful in shutting down tanks, giving them the inability to shield themselves, which most tanks that most players use have the ability to do. She fits really well into single-target damage team compositions, working alongside Night Sentinel really well to wreck any tank that gets in their way. However, she -can- be an all or nothing hero. A lot hangs on the proc chance of her polymorph, and even more hangs on her ability to hit with her ultimate. If she misses her ultimate, you're pretty much screwed, as that's really her only source of damage. However, she DOES have a hit rune, so she misses a lot less than night sentinel and is therefore more reliable. But still, if she -does- miss, you're done for. If she misses her ultimate and doesn't polymorph either, you might as well have an empty slot as a hero, because that's about how useful she'll be. However, most of the time she will polymorph at LEAST once, and will MOST of the time hit her ultimate, making her a fairly strong pick overall. (ADDENDUM: Be aware that an exorcist on the other team can hard counter her polymorph, and make it useless).

        Nightblade- Nightblade is a hero that has grown in popularity exponentially over the past few weeks, mainly because of the strength of her bleeds. Both her ultimate and second ability have REALLY strong bleeds on them, although they do NOT stack (so be wary of that!). First, her second skill. Her second skill is called razorblade, and with this ability nightblade will throw out an ability that looks like an autoattack towards two heroes in the front and back line of the enemy nearest her, bleeding those hit for two rounds. The bleed damage is quite strong, with the ability to drop most squishies (Such as Night Sentinel or Pyrona) if razorblade procs twice. On top of this, her ultimate sends out a large spinning boomerang (which hits two heroes nearest her in the same way razorblade does) that strikes those two heroes twice for a large amount of upfront damage, and applies more bleeds. The upfront damage combined with the bleed is enough to drop a backline hero pretty much instantly. Nightblade is strong within a backline damage team comp, or a single-target team comp. In a single-target team composition, since you can place her anywhere in your team, you can easily single out which backline (or frontline) hero on the enemy team you want to target, and she will usually destroy that hero within a few turns provided her razorblade procs (Keep in mind that if the razorblade procs, that combined with the damage of the bleeds is usually enough to trigger the ultimate ability of the two heroes she targets! If this is someone like pyrona or night sentinel, be warned that they will fire off a devastating ultimate, so be prepared!) She can also fit well into a Backline damage team comp because both her razorblade and her ultimate can hit the backline, allowing follow up from heroes like Atalanta, Snow Queen, or Grimbow. (ADDENDUM: Keep in mind that an exorcist on the opponent's team can hard counter her bleeds).

        Blazing Soul- Blazing Soul is not used too often, mainly because she is not single target. Her damage is mostly AoE, so therefore, she can fit into an AoE team comp extremely well. Her ultimate ability has her summon torrents of fire to come up beneath all surviving enemies, dealing a pretty decent amount of damage, almost enough to drop a backline hero if she critically hits. Her second ability has her throw a fireball towards a random enemy hero, dealing damage and reducing the rage of that hero. Keep in mind, however, that this does NOT mean she will fit in a rage steal comp. This is because the damage that the ability does outweighs the rage that she steals (because rage builds when a hero hits another hero, or gets hit). In essence, it's an ability that does not give rage, rather than reducing rage. If you want a single target team composition, do NOT pick blazing soul. However, because of her AoE ultimate, as aforementioned, she will fit really well into an AoE team comp, especially alongside heroes like Astral Archer and Summoner, who I will get into shortly. She can also fit into a backline damage team composition, as her ultimate damages ALL heroes, allowing for follow-up from heroes like Atalanta, Grimbow, Snow Queen, Summoner, or Astral Hunter.

        Summoner- Summoner is much like blazing soul in the way of her AoE ultimate. Her ultimate has her pet bird fly through a flaming portal, becoming a massive flaming bird that flies across the enemy team, dealing damage to all currently living enemy heroes. This also decreases the healing effect on two random heroes, meaning that any incoming heals will be reduced by 55%. This is really useful if two conditions are met- A, they have a healing angel or hero, and B, if the healing decrease hits an already low health enemy hero, or a very squishy enemy hero (Like Pyrona or Night Sentinel!). Her second ability has her falcon lend her his attack as well, so essentially what this does is that after Summoner does her autoattack, she will attack again with another attack that does about double the damage of her normal autoattack (Keep in mind that you should pop your ultimate [if it is controllable in the game mode you are in] AFTER the second attack hits, or else the proc of the ultimate will cancel the attack animation of her second attack, essentially deleting any potential damage it would have done). Her third ability, rather than being a passive, increases her basic attack damage, and decreases the opponent she hit's defence. This is really useful, mainly because of the defence decrease that will allow other hard-hitters on her team to finish off the tanks that she hits (both the basic attack damage and defence decrease can stack 3 times, so it gets more potent the more it happens!). She fits well into an AoE or backline damaging team composition because her damage IS AoE, and she also fits into a backline damaging composition because her ultimate ability can do quite a lot of damage to the enemy backline, ESPECIALLY if it crits, and it\'s usually enough damage to allow heroes like Atalanta, Snow Queen, Grimbow, Demon Hunter, Blazing Soul, or Astral Hunter to follow up.

        Astral Hunter- Astral Hunter is pretty much non-existant in the arena, and this is mainly because he is does not bring as much damage as people would like in their hero, as well as his soulstones being pretty hard to come by (Not very prevalent in the elite map). However, with enough levels, and within the right team composition, astral hunter can be really strong. His ultimate ability has him fire a hail of arrows into the sky, hitting all enemy heroes and reducing their defence (really useful alongside an AoE comp, since all of them will now do more damage). However, the upfront damage of his ultimate is a little lacking compared to Summoner or Blazing Soul's ultimates. His second ability is called rain of arrows, and this fires an arrow into every single enemy hero in the current backline of the enemy team. Astral hunter, much like Blazing Soul and Summoner, can fit really well into an AoE team composition, because, well, his damage is AoE (and as aforementioned his AoE defence decrease will make all of his other AoE friends hit harder). He can also fit into a backline damaging team composition a little bit better than Blazing Soul or Summoner mainly because not only hit ultimate hits the backline, but because his rain of arrows hits the backline as well. The damage of these two abilities combined is usually enough to allows other heroes like Atalanta, Snow Queen, Grimbow, Demon Hunter, Summoner, or Blazing Soul to follow up.

        Soul Slinger- Soul Slinger is also underused, mainly because his damage is just a bit lacking compared to other heroes. However, he can still be really good in a single target team composition along with other strong single target single-target damage picks (Such as Night Sentinel) . He can fit into a single target team composition because his ultimate has him summon a massive claw to crash down on the nearest enemy hero, dealing quite a lot of damage (especially if it critically hits!). He can also fit into a rage stealing team composition because his second ability has him summon symbols beneath to random enemy heroes, which then travel upwards to engulf those enemy heroes for about half a second, dealing damage and stealing rage. It’s debatable whether or not he can fit in a rage stealing team composition, mainly because the damage the second ability does can outweighs the rage it actually steals. Therefore, the ability pretty much gives no rage rather than steals rage. He -can- fit into a backline damage team composition, but he’s not really that viable within it and only works if his second ability targets backline heroes.

        Byron the Black- Byron the black, much like Soulslinger and Astral Hunter, is very underrated and underused in the arena especially. However, with a high enough level and star rating, he can pump out pretty amazing damage. This is because of his ultimate, which has him fire a beam of concentrated energy through the current nearest frontline hero, dealing damage to him and also damaging the hero that is directly behind the targeted frontline hero. The beam, while doing a decent amount of damage to a tank, does TONS of damage to a backline hero, and if it critically hits it can pretty much instakill a backline hero. His second attack, lightning storm, has bolts of lightning strike every single enemy hero currently alive, dealing a decent amount of damage. For this reason he -can- fit into an AoE or team composition, but he is not as good within it as other heroes since only his second ability does AoE damage, and his ultimate only hits two heroes. He can also fit into a backline damaging team composition, since both his ultimate and his second ability hit the backline. His ultimate especially, if it doesn’t instantly kill the backline hero, can do enough damage to an enemy backline hero to allow follow up from Atalanta, Snow Queen, Grimbow, Astral Hunter, Summoner, or Blazing Soul to follow up and finish that hero off. He also fits well into a single-target team composition because of how much raw damage his ultimate does.

        Alright guys, if you read through all of this, my thanks goes out to you! This took me about three and a half hours or so to type up, so any and all feedback is appreciated. Just a reminder, this is definitely NOT all of the damage heroes in the game- these are just the ones that I think can be really solid picks within the current meta and team compositions prevalent at the moment, and ones that I am familiar with. I plan to follow up with posts similar to this on Tank and Support heroes, but if you guys found this absolutely terrible, then I'll spare you all the horror. That being said, I am really hoping that you found this useful, especially if you were unsure about the strengths of some of these champions, if you should use them at all, and what situations or team compositions they would be best utilized in! I wish you all the best day possible, from yours truly,

        ~Elivaras




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A Guide to "Good" Heroes/Team Compositions- DAMAGE (V 2.0!)

Only one problem is it feels like I\'m reading an essay, a better format would be like pros/cons of each hero and then a short description. However that is just my opinion, maybe it\'s easy to read for others haha.
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Ah, well. I don\'t know. It\'s got some format to it, mainly in the way that it goes kind of like this: First and Second abilities (what they do and how effective they may be), and then what team compositions they fit in and which heroes they work with. It\'s formatted like this MOSTLY. But I feel like formatting it into a pros/cons and description would take up even more time for little gain. I\'ve already spent about four hours on this. I hope it\'s not -too- bad.
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It\'s really good guide, thanks. But I think is not to hard find Demon Hunter soulstone (like Summoner or Astral Hunter). And she with other AoE champs is very good to finish enemy team in Angel Trial.

I\'m kinda new in this game, I didn\'t knew it\'s there a meta o: Do you think it will be change? For example to control or healing meta? I wanna see it! :3
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        Hi,

        Yes, having big single target damage is okay.. but the real threat is usually enemy back line.

        If you sit the entire match hitting the front line tanks, while your enemy has a way past yours, you are going to lose. Tanks don\'t do much damage ^_^

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Yeah, it\'s not -that- hard to find demon hunter soulstones, but it\'s definitely not as easy as other heroes. And the reason I say there is a single-target meta is because heroes like Night Sentinel, Pyrona, and Nightblade are so popular. People like heroes that can 100 to 0 the enemy heroes, and those heroes can do so within a few turns. And yeah, Oldboy is correct in saying that you can\'t have JUST single target damage. You need other heroes who will give your single target heroes the opportunity to use it. For example, Pyrona polymorph means elder dwarf cannot shield, and therefore night sentinel can actually damage elder dwarf without hitting the shield. As for the meta, over time a meta will change, and that usually happens when;certain heroes are buffed or someone finds certain heroes that hard counter the prevalent heroes at the time (Night Sentinel, Pyrona, Berserker Claw, etc). The meta will also continue to evolve as new heroes are released, and other heroes are buffed/nerfed. For example, if night seninel\'s double shot range or ultimate was nerfed, he would probably fall out of favour quickly, leading to people finding new heroes to take his place and evolve the meta.
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A Guide to "Good" Heroes/Team Compositions- DAMAGE (V 2.0!)

        If not for the due to the single-target burst meta I believe we are in this guide is really good. ;I dont know if it was you but there was other post that uses the same phrase and its an eysore to read over and over again.;
       

        Just to share about the backrow killer like nerida grimbow and snow queen, i faced one in arena where he used those and with amora as his angel, the moment amora steals rage from me all his heroes triggred the ultimate and instakill my backrow. It was impressive.;
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to be honest i dont follow the meta. I concentrate on killing the backrow so i ditched my pyrona and night sentinel and replace it with berseker claw, nigghtblade and nerida and it works perfect. Have i gotten amazon i will experiment and replace;my nerida with her.
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Reply 6# chinad0ll
Hm... I didn\'t take that phrase from anyone. I just looked at what heroes were really popular and came to te conclusion that we ARE in a single-target burst meta. And yeah, A backline damaging team composition can be rediculously effective. Thanks for the feedback! =)
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 Author| Post time 2015-8-28 08:11:35 | Show all posts

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        Sorry folks! It has come to my intention that I made a mistake on Astral Hunter- his ultimate ability does not reduce damage of enemy heroes, it reduces defence. Completely my mistake. Cheers!
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