1. 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...
  2. Heroes of Order & Chaos – backdooring

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    You already know about noob guides so we won’t introduce much. Let’s start talking on backdooring. Backdooring is a skill, a process more precisely, in Heroes of Order & Chaos and similar games in which one player most commonly sneaks in through the back and attack enemy turrets and finally wins the game. It’s a really sneaky tactic and is used to surprise the enemy into a loss. It’s not really common and you won’t see it being used that much, as it is quite difficult to pull off. You see, the other members of your team must get into a team fight without one member which often means the team fight is lost. It gives the enemy an opportunity to push hard, and if the backdooring guy isn’t fast enough with this, you may lost the game. You see the risks involved and why it is not used so...
  3. Heroes of Order & Chaos – tactical differences in pushing lanes

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    All you newbies, noobs if that rings a bell, stay strong. The learning process is pretty tough, so you need to push through it. But hey, we’re here to help you. We are guiding you through the things you need to know in the game, so you don’t have to tough it out. Today, we’re going to talk about using the tactical advantages of split pushing and full team lane pushing. If you haven’t heard before, split pushing is when two separate instances in your team push two different lanes. Split pushing can be a good choice if you have strong pushers in both lanes, who are able to knock down towers in those lanes. It can be difficult to defend from split pushing because the enemy team needs to split up to successfully defend it. Full team lane pushing however, is when your whole team bunches up in one...
  4. Heroes of Order & Chaos – warding

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    Heroes of Order & Chaos has always been a game that’ hard on new players. if you’re just starting, things can and will get pretty rough. Until you catch the drift and learn a bit more about the game, you won’t have much success. And being called noob, unskilled and similar won’t help. People telling you to quit the game doesn’t do good either. So, in order to help new players, we are throwing these little guides out there from time to time. Just to give a helping hand. In this little guide we’re going to go through the basics of warding. Warding is a very important task in Heroes of Order & Chaos. It is the act of placing a ward in an important spot on the map which allows players to see there, while they wouldn’t be able to usually. It’s of essential strategic importance since it gives...
  5. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Jungling and ganking

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    In the recent period we have started writing these little guides for newbies who just started playing Heroes of Order & Chaos to help them understand the game a bit more. We talked about roles, about farming and such things, and today we are going to deal in something a little more complicated. It’s not rocket science, but it can get pretty tricky. The topic we are going to discus a bit is jungling, and hand in hand goes ganking. In the next guide we will talk about counter jungling which is much more complicated than just simple jungling. Firstly, let’s explain what jungling and ganking is. Jungling is the act of staying out of lanes. You may ask yourself, well how do you farm, how do you level. There are jungle camps with monsters that help you do this. Kill them, and you’re basically doing the same as farming....
  6. Heroes of Order & Chaos – The importance of farming

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    We’ve talked about this in the past, but we probably need to talk about it again for all those new players that may have missed our posts about this. We can’t stress enough how important proper farming in this game is. If you are new to Heroes of Order & Chaos, and you probably are since you’re reading this, farming is the act of killing minions, or creeps as they are often called. Good farming is the boundary between defeat and victory. Not always, but mostly. It is an individual stat, which gives you gold and experience. Fail to farm, and you’ll end up weaker by a ton. Outfarming the opponent in your lane gives you an advantage that can only be compared to being really fed. Fed meaning that you have a lot of kills, and very little or no deaths. The proper way to farm is to last...
  7. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Game phase transition

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    Knowing when to transition from the early phase, laning phase as it is usually called, to the late game, lane pushing phase can be a factor that decides between victory and loss. Firstly, you start in the laning phase. Your main objective is clear. You need to farm as much as you can, to gain advantage over your opponent. In this time, do not risk anything. You are the same strength as your match up, so farm and out farm them to be stronger. When you are a higher level, go a bit more risky and try to kill them. If you do that, you are doing great. As they are dead and not in the lane anymore, farm to gain an even greater advantage. Repeat the process until you are very strong, much stronger than your opponent. There’s one thing though that you need to look out for here....
  8. Heroes of Order & Chaos – The two way fighter

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    This will be the last part of the Role guides for Heroes of Order & Chaos. It surely won’t be the last guide, but we are finished with explaining roles. We talked about the ADC, the Mage, the Tank and the Support. Only one to go, and today’s the day it’ll be talked about. Let’s begin our guide about the Fighter in Heroes of Order & Chaos. The Fighter is a pretty straight forward role to play, but it comes with it’s own problems. The biggest confusion that people face when playing fighter is that they are a two build class, meaning that they can be built, itemized, in two ways. You can either go tanky or assassin. The tanky fighter is often the initiator, we talked about what that is in the Tank guide, while the assassin fighter is the damage dealer who stays back and strikes when he...
  9. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Poking

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    It’s been a while since we have written a guide for Heroes of Order & Chaos. We’re going to discuss something that is quite commonly used, but actually not done properly a lot, which can cause some problems in the game, which can ultimately lead to a loss. Let’s talk about poking in Heroes of Order & Chaos. In Heroes of Order & Chaos, and similar games, poking is the act of occasionally attacking the enemy player, or poking them, to make them lose their farm or ultimately lower their health so you can kill them or force them to leave. It is very useful since it limits the enemies ability to farm due to constant bothering. It can also cause them problems since they will be forced to either return to their base to heal, again loosing farm and allowing you to get more farm, or refuse to retreat...
  10. Heroes of Order & Chaos – Final Goldfur guide

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    Today we are bringing you the last part in this series of Goldfur guides. More below. Battle Tuning (passive): There are actually two passive skills in this skill. The first one gives a buff to your team and the other one debuffs your opponents. This skill can be stacked about 4 times on the whole team and a few more times on just one person. A good thing is to only use your first skill in fights, and the second one when you want to farm, during a gank or if you are fed as… Max this skills right after your ult. Living Notes (your ult): An incredibly important skill, how could it be not important, it’s your ult after all. It gives you 4 stacks, and about a 1000 more health at the end of the game. If it is possible, use it on your ADC. But, if the...