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DOTA 2 Beastmaster Guide, Build & Strategy

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DOTA 2 BeastmasterDOTA 2 Beastmaster Guide, Build, and Strategy. Beastmaster is a well-rounded fighter, with many tactical options available for all types of combat. Although his physical attacks are melee, he can throw his axes at long range to slice through enemies, dealing lethal damage. His Primal Roar can turn the most organized defense into chaos, allowing Beastmaster and his allies to move in for the kill. His summoning skills serve as effective support for his blitz-style combat. Beastmaster’s agile Hawk flies above the battlefield scouting for enemies, and the powerful slowing abilities of his Boar’s spines give him time to finish off fleeing foes. A skilled Beastmaster is a deadly foe, capable of fighting any enemy on any terms and crushing them to a pulp.

Beastmaster Background Story
Beastmaster was born a child of the stocks. His mother died in childbirth; his father, a ferrier for the Mad King Slom, was trampled to death when he was five. Afterward Beastmaster was indentured to the king’s menagerie, where he grew up among all the beasts of the royal court: lions, apes, fell-deer, and things less known, things barely believed in. When Beastmaster was seven, an explorer brought in a beast like none before seen. Dragged before the King in chains, the beast spoke, though its mouth moved not. Its words: a plea for freedom. Slom only laughed and ordered the beast perform for his amusement; and when it refused, struck it with the King’s blade and ordered it dragged to the stocks. Over the coming months, the Beastmaster sneaked food and medicinal draughts to the wounded creature, but only managed to slow its deterioration. Wordlessly, the beast spoke to the boy, and over time their bond strengthened until the boy found he could hold up his end of a conversation–could in fact speak now to all the creatures of the King’s menagerie. On the night the beast died, a rage came over the boy. He incited the animals of the court to rebel and threw open their cages to set them amok on the palace grounds. The Mad King was mauled in the mayhem. In the chaos, one regal stag bowed to the boy who had freed him; and with Beastmaster astride him, leapt the high walls of Slom’s estate, and escaped. Now a man, he has not lost his ability to converse with beasts. He has grown into a warrior at one with nature’s savagery.

Affiliation: The Radiant
Type: Strength

Beastmaster Skills
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Posted by on Sep 8, 2011 | 3 comments
Latest update : September 24, 2011

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