1. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Knowing when to quit

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    Today we will continue our little series of guides on various topics in Heroes of Order & Chaos. In the last few days we wrote two articles, one about the top 3 rage starters in Heroes of Order & Chaos, and a definitive guide on the three things that you can use to tell a noob from a pro player in Heroes of Order & Chaos. Today we will talk about writing a guide on how to know when to quit in Heroes of Order & Chaos. There are several ways to really know when to quit in this game, and although you always hear that you should never give up, you should do it sometimes. It will save you a lot of time and a lot of nerves. 1. When all your towers are down If all your towers are down, not all is lost, but 99% of it...
  2. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Telling a noob

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    What is your take on noobs in Heroes of Order & Chaos? Do you like them? Like most people, you probably hate them very much. But it’s not always easy to spot a noob, although sometimes it is really obvious. Well, if you want to improve your own noob radar, read this text we give you. The top sings you can use to tell a noob from a pro. 1. Look at the farm count You can easily tell a less experienced player from a more experienced player by looking at this farm count. If they aren’t a support, and their farm count is low, they are probably new to the game, or they play for a while, but just aren’t skilled. 2. Look at their death to kill ratio It’s a pretty obvious one. If they can’t kill anything and die all the time, and are not supports, they...
  3. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Top 3 Rage starters

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    Hey guys, today we’ll give another little Heroes of Order & Chaos Guide that can be used by the new, fresh players of the game, as well as the more advanced players who have played the game for some time now. Anyway, let’s begin. You know how you play the game, and then something happens, and you get really, really, REALLY angry, and after that, you can throw the game in the trash. You can’t kill anybody anymore, your farm count falls to new depths, and nothing seems to be working in general. Yes, if you recognized yourself in that situation, it happens a lot, and it happens to all of us. Recognize what gets to you, and when you do, you’ll be able to handle it easier. It may even be funny to you, but that’s not likely, you’ll still probably want to throw your computer out the window....
  4. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Immobilization

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    Earlier we wrote a little article on stuns in Heroes of Order & Chaos, as a part of the CC series, and today we continue with Immobilization. It’s different from stuns because, although the target can’t move just like in a stun, it can still attack while remaining in that position. The good things about immobilization are that it’s a great way to prevent the target from escaping. It roots them in place. But, on the other hand, there are some cons like the fact that the target can still attack you. It really works well only with melee heroes because you have to be close to them so you can attack them, if you are playing against an ADC or Mage, you’ll be at a much greater risk. Immobilization can be countered well with the following: – Blinking. It increases the distance between you and your attacker, and you...
  5. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Stun

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    Stuns in Heroes of OrderĀ  Chaos are a very important CC, or Crowd Control. But, like in anything, there are the good things, and then there are the bad things. Today, we are going to talk about stuns in Heroes of Order & Chaos so you get a better understanding of, and in the future we will discuss other forms of CC in the game. The Pros to stunning in Heroes of Order & Chaos are: It’s probably fine to say that stuns are the best form of CC in the game. It acts as a silence, it roots, and it acts as a gap closer. So, they are very important, and if they are used properly, they can literally win a game. Some of the counters you can use to counter stuns in Heroes of Order & Chaos are blinking before the stun hits you, the Smoke Diadem also...
  6. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Marithus guide

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    Marithus is a very strong hero when played 1v1, which makes him a great jungler and he is able to pick up some very early kills. But, the problem with him is that he has really low defense, and he is very, very easy to kill. He is a very good hero for pressuring the dragon and the other bosses early. A big problem is that he doesn’t have any AoE, so in team fights, he is pretty much useless. The combos he usually performs are: Decimation Day > Just Desserts > Battle Born > Auto Attack > Decimation Day The tablets you should be using for him are: - Desire - Whispering - Immortality - Desecration - Bloodletting He is awesome if you play him in the lower ranks, but in the higher ranks, he doesn’t stand a chance against Paladin. He is strong, but you need to be...
  7. Heroes of Order & Chaos – King Reega build guide

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    King Reega is a pretty strong hero for Heroes of Order & Chaos if you know how to play him right. Follow this little guide about building items for King Reega, and you’ll have it down, and it’ll be much easier to play him. If you follow this build you will be able to slow multiple enemies at the same time and you will be able to cause a decent amount of damage while slowing them. The tablets you will need for this are: 1. Increase health by 5 for every kill up to 360 2. Regenerate 3% HP for each kill 3. Cooldown is increased by 8% when HP is over 90% The inscriptions you will need are 5 cooldown and 7 mage leech. When the match starts, you buy a titan ring. Then farm the top two camps for 300 gold, then buy boots and then farm the...
  8. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Quick Jombraa guide

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    We’ll make a quick Jombraa guide. There were a lot of requests for this guide, so you’ll get it. Firstly, you need to know that Jombraa is a hero that is difficult to use. And that’s rightly said, because he is REALLY difficult. His first skill is kind of buggy, you mustn’t let the bar fill all the way because there is a delay in his casting, so, you’ll need to active it when it hits red. It’s a useful skill, it tags all enemies around you, but you lose 10% of your health. His second skill is also really cool, it’s a radial AOE skill which does good damage and doesn’t use much of your health, and it slows enemies for 3 seconds or it stuns them for 2 seconds if they are targeted. The third skill of Jombraa is his most important IMO, because it has two passives...
  9. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Baby steps

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    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the best possible player you can be in Heroes of Order & Chaos? Or any similar game for the matter of fact, maybe League of Legends. It’s actually simple, but not that easy. There are things that you can mind that will make you a much better player, and when you know what these things are, it becomes much easier to mind them in games. So what are they? Well, first of all, you have to farm. It is absolutely critical, we have written about it before, that you get your farming right. Fail to do it, and you’ll probably lose. Do it right, and you’ll probably win. It’s that simple. How do you get it right? It’s a little thing called last hitting. What is it you may ask? Well if you do ask, you haven’t played these...
  10. Heroes of Order & Chaos – risk taking

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    We are going to lay off the guides for a while, since we think we really covered all the basics that a beginner should know, except one thing that we are going to talk about today. And that thing is risk taking/feeding. Yes, those two things are not the same, but they go hand in hand. If you don’t know what feeding is, it is literally feeding the opponent by giving him kills. Letting him kill you basically, or better getting yourself killed usually with no intention. Feeding should be avoided at all costs, because usually a fed opponent will win the game for the opposite team. Now let’s talk about risking. Don’t do it too much. Better, avoid it. Play safe. It’s better to have 5 kills and zero deaths than 50 kills and 49 deaths. You will hear that from any player who is a bit more experienced...