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7.33E A minor patch

Dota 2 players, get ready for some changes to the gameplay as Valve has released a new mini patch, 7.33e, which includes updates to several heroes and their abilities. This patch serves as a precursor to the major 7.34 patch expected to arrive in the beginning of August, which might bring along a highly anticipated battle pass alternative.

Let’s take a closer look at the hero updates in the 7.33e patch:


  • Insatiable Hunger: Increased mana cost and cooldown.
  • Silken Bola: Reduced slow effect.


  • Devour: Increased cooldown.

Ember Spirit:

  • Sleight of Fist: Increased attack interval.
  • Flame Guard: Decreased magic barrier.


  • Impetus: Reduced distance damage.
  • Enchant: Adjusted creep armor and attack damage bonuses.


  • Reduced base intelligence and intelligence gain.
  • Split Shot: Decreased outgoing attack damage.
  • Mystic Snake: Decreased mana gain.


  • Adaptive Strike (Agility): Increased cooldown.
  • Adaptive Strike (Strength): Increased cooldown.
  • Morph: Reduced Aghanim’s Scepter target and additional stats steal.


  • Nether Blast: Increased mana cost.
  • Life Drain: Reduced mana restoration on full health.

Storm Spirit:

  • Electric Vortex: Decreased duration.


  • Reduced base armor and base damage.
  • Sticky Bomb: Increased cooldown.


  • Reduced base movement speed.
  • Timber Chain: Decreased damage.
  • Reactive Armor: Reduced bonus health regeneration.


  • Reduced base health regen.
  • Tombstone: Aghanim’s Shard changes.

These adjustments aim to fine-tune the balance of gameplay and ensure a more satisfying experience for Dota 2 players. Each hero update brings changes to their abilities, mana costs, cooldowns, damage, and more, requiring players to adapt their strategies accordingly.

While this mini patch provides some incremental changes, the highly anticipated major 7.34 patch is just around the corner. Players can look forward to a more significant overhaul with new gameplay elements, hero reworks, and potentially the introduction of a battle pass alternative.

As the Dota 2 community eagerly awaits the major update in August, players can delve into the current mini patch and explore how these adjustments may impact their gameplay. Stay tuned for further announcements and enjoy the ever-evolving world of Dota 2.

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