History of Terrorblade Dota 2 - demon bandit. Terrorblade is a criminal so desperate that he is even bypassed and feared by the demons and most ferocious creatures of hell. He was so rebellious so much that he had the courage and strength to rob the highest ranks of hell, such as the Demon Lords. He ignored any codified rites that were supposed to restrain his temper and the laws of the seven circles of hell, each of which he repeatedly violated. For such atrocities, he was punished and learned his lesson. Now he knows that even hell itself has its own hell for creatures like him. After a short but harsh trial, during which all parties were suffered, he was finally sentenced. He was exiled to a hidden dimension - the Well of Souls - a place where demons and creatures of hell are imprisoned, which are criminals even by the underworld's standards. This place can hardly be called prison in the usual sense of the word. This is a dark mirroring of reality, in which demons are doomed to gaze forever at the distorted reflection of their own souls. But no one expected that Terrorblade ... He did not experience the suffering that he should have experienced. He became the master and subdued the darkest, darkest sides of his "self-hood," his soul. This gave him such strength that he had never even suspected before, and she was always in him. Having subdued the force, and under its influence, he destroyed the mirrored prison walls and broke free. Now he has only one goal - to sow fear and horror in the entire universe.
Hero Terrorblade Dota 2 is one of the most dangerous carry characters who prefer the easy lane. The bonus for this character is his extremely high initial health regeneration and armor. A minimal supply of health can be noted of the minuses, but the purchase of key items offsets this. Therefore, heroes are extremely dangerous for him, who are capable of inflicting a large amount of damage in a short time. But in the late stage of the game, the character is complicated to stop, so initially, you should choose a good Terrorblade counterpick.
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DPC EEU 2021/22 Tour 1: Division I runs from December 2, 2021, to January 21, 2022. Eight teams compete, six teams from the Upper Division of Season 2 of the previous DPC season and Two teams from the Lower Division of Season 2 of the previous DPC season. The prize pool was $205,000. Format – … Continue reading As part of the DPC EEU 2021/22 Tour 1: Division I tournament, on January 20 will play Virtus.pro and Team Spirit
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Stefan Ailazian, aka 1mpala, is a Ukrainian professional esports player and streamer in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, who also previously played in Dota 2 and Valorant. Since the fall of 2020, he has been playing for the 5balls team, with which he has not yet reached high results in competitions. Stefan Ailazian’s biography Stefan Ailazian was … Continue reading CS:GO player Stefan Ailazian (1mpala)
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Andreas Xyp9x Højsleth is a Swedish CS:GO player and two-time Major Champion (2017 and 2018). Known for his skill in clutches, for which he received the nickname “clutch minister”. Name Andreas Højsleth Date of Birth 11.09.1995 Country Denmark Teams CPLAY, Fnatic, Team Dignitas, Astralis Role Rifler (support) Current team Astralis Disciplines CS 1.6, CS: GO … Continue reading CS:GO player Andreas Højsleth (Xyp9x)