Hey I’m smallkiwi and this is how you play Necrolyte. Necrolyte is an intelligence based ranged hero. His Q is a short range AoE that damages enemies and heals Necrolyte and his allies. His W is a passive AoE that deals constant damage to enemies and his E is a passive that grants health and mana regen on kills. His ultimate is a stun followed by a variable damage nuke. Necrolyte’s primary ability is his Q which he can use during fights and on creep waves to effectively feed his passive E. Remember to use the ability often to heal yourself and allies and damage enemies. It can be invaluable when pushing for both the damage and healing effects which can keep your own creep wave at high health. Necrolytes passive W can be used early game to effectively zone enemies by constantly weakening them.

His E grants the most regeneration from hero kills, but he can stack out a significant amount of regeneration killing creeps. Don’t forget you can feed this ability by denying your own creeps as well. Necrolyte’s ultimate does more damage to enemies the less health they have, so try to use it against weak opponents. This ability stuns before it deals damage, use this time to deal additional damage with Q and autoattacks. Max out Necrolyte’s Q first, and put a point into W at level 1 or 2 and a point in E at level 4. Prioritize R over Q over E over W. For starting items take tangoes and a salve plus 3 iron branches and a mantle.

The core of necrolyte’s build are a wand, power treads and a mekansm and if you can get fed early on an aghanims scepter will help you snowball early game, otherwise skip it and focus on getting a bloodstone. Other great items for necrolyte include a force staff, dagon, scythe of vyse, necronomicon or heart of tarrasque. Thanks for watching this 60 second guide for DotA 2. You can click any of the video thumbnails to check out our other guides, featuring DotA2 heroes and concepts. Don’t forget to subscribe to us here at Pay2Lose gaming, like the video if you found it helpful and post a comment below if you have any questions or requests for future guides..

As found on Youtube