Descriptive Essay On Dota
Na’vi vs the Alliance in the International Three Grand Finals is nearly every Dota enthusiasts’ favorite game. The setting of the game, the stakes on the line, everything about this game was magical. The game was exciting from the start. During the laning phase, Na’vi carry player Xboct managed to get three kills from what seemed to be an obvious death for nil. But late in the game, when Na’vi was pushing down the middle lane for barracks, Alliance’s offlaner AdmiralBulldog was split-pushing top racks and the combo of their carry Loda’s Chaos Knight and support EGM’s Wisp was split-pushing bot. Na’vi attempted to TP back, yet Alliance’s mid player and MVP of the game, S4, canceled three of them with his three-man dream coil. After losing two lanes of racks, Na’vi later went for a Roshan attempt, and then push down middle lane and go straight for the win. Yet Alliance knew their intentions, and already began their own split push, and went for the win. In the midst of Na’vi’s attempt at teleporting back to stop their push, S4 accomplished what is now known as the million dollar dream coil. He landed his ultimate ability on two players, and hexed another, canceling three teleports in total. This would lead to an Alliance victory, surprising almost all spectators. The magic of not only this game, but as a series and a whole is why this game is my favorite Dota 2 match of all time.
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