Dota 2 Faceless Void Guide

Dota 2 Imba Heroes


Faceless Void

Playing with Faceless Void Guide: he has a decent stats growth in agility and strength. He is a mid to late game hero and can really control the game if didn’t checked early in the game. His Time Walk skill is more like a blink skill the works both ways. It can be use when escaping a gank or used to initiate the gank. The usual combo is use Time Walk to set up his 4th skill the Chronosphere.

Usually Facelace Void will have a hard time during the early state of the game due to the fact that he is item dependent. It is not advise to beef him up with damage items. Just buy the few important ones just to survive the first ten minutes of the game. Lane him with a range hero and take the bottom lane if you are laying with Radiant and take the top if you are with Dire. Control the lane by concentrating on last hitting and denying creeps. Stay in a safety zone (area reach by the tower). Don’t be creedy in order not to loose HP if you don’t a regeneration item yet. Just be patient and keep farming until you reach level 6 and up.

In early mid game start saving and buying parts for the Mask of Madness. Just keep pushing then if your creeps reach enemy’s tower then you swtich on killing neutral creeps. Remember just be patient. Once Faceless obtained a Mask of Madness and a few AGI items he can now hunt INT type and AGI type heroes.

Type: Agility

Role: Carry


STR: 23    +1.6

AGI: 21   +2.7

INT: 15   +1.5

Description: Darkterror the Faceless Void is a visitor from Claszureme, a realm outside of time. It remains a mystery why this being from another dimension believes the struggle for the Nemesis Stones is worth entering our physical plane, but apparently an upset in the balance of power in this world has repercussions in adjacent dimensions. Time means nothing to Darkterror, except as a way to thwart his foes and aid his allies. His long-view of the cosmos has given him a remote, disconnected quality, although in battle he is quite capable of making it personal.

Faceless Void is a master of time and space, often bending it to his will. He can Time Walk short distances, effectively jumping forward to a new location while slowing the movement speed of enemies near his destination point. This allows him to both surprise attack more effectively and escape situations where other heroes would be doomed. He is also able to passively revert quickly to a past moment to avoid damage, and to stun enemies by locking time on them so he can bash them without missing a beat. For his ultimate weapon, Faceless Void can create a Chronosphere in space time that halts all units inside it, except for himself. This can sometimes trap allied heroes as well, but deals no damage. Once his enemies are immobilized, he can then wreak havoc as he pleases. While he is initially weak, you should never underestimate a hero with great damage potential that also has the ability to stop time. Never.


1st Skill: Time WalkType: Active Moves to a target location quickly causing slow on attack and movement speed on enemy units along it’s path.Slow Movement and Attack Speed: 25%/30%/35%/40%
Range: 700/900/1100/1300       Mana Cost: 120
2nd Skill: Back TrackType: Passive Whenever a  (any type) is about to receive, Faceless automatically travels back in time to dodge the attack (by chance).Chance to Doge: 10%/15%/20%/25%
3rd Skill: Time LockType: Passive Number of chance that whenever Faceless attacks, it locks (stuns) the enemy down for a period of time and deals additional bonus damage.Chance: 10%/15%/20%/25%            Stun Duration: 1 (2 on creeps)
Additional Damage: 40/50/60/70
4th Skill: ChronosphereType: Active Faceless Void creates a rip in spacetime causing all units in that area to become trapped for its duration. Faceless Void and his controlled unit is unaffected. Invisible units will be revealed.Duration: 4/4.5/5 secs      with A. Scepter 6 secs

Faceless Void Skill Build: from level 1 to 16


Starting Items:


Stout Shield, Branch, Healing Salve, Tango

Stout Shield, Tango, Quelling Blade

Early Items:

Boots, Morbid Mask (Lifesteal), Ring of Health

Core Items:


Power Threads (can be transform to AGI for additional AGI), Mask of Madness, Vanguard, Magic Stick

Late Game:

Butterfly, Daedalus (Buriza), Battle Fury


Heart of Tarrasque, Manta Style, Aghanim’s Scepter, Monkey King Bar


Best Team Mates:

Enchantress, Omni Knight, Drow Ranger, Death Prophet, Shadow Shaman

Worst Enemy:


Death Prophet, Riki, Tiny, Lion, Bloodseeker, Doom Bringer

One Comment

  1. Zayan says:

    Should i basically follow the item build in order specially late game items for voids … And why bkb is not there dor optional ?

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