Outworld Devourer

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Outworld Devourer
Outworld Devourer.png
Strength
19 + 2.3
Agility
24 + 2
Intelligence
26 + 2.7
Level Base 1 16 25
Hit Points 180 541 1225 1966
HP Regen 0.25 0.82 1.92 3.08
Mana 0 338 884 1430
M Regen 0.01 1.05 2.75 4.44
Damage 20‒35 46‒61 88‒103 130‒145
Armor 2 5.36 9.84 14.88
Att / Sec 0.58 0.72 0.91 1.12
Movement Speed 315
Turn Rate 0.5
Sight Range 1800/800
Attack Range 450
Missile Speed 900
Attack Duration 0.46+0.54
Base Attack Time 1.7
Collision Size 24

Harbinger the Outworld Devourer is a ranged intelligence hero who qualifies as a carry, though unlike traditional carries, he excels against high-armor targets whilst being crippled by spell immunity. With Arcane Orb, his damage output is reliant on his intelligence attribute and the size of his mana pool, so he must focus more or less exclusively on items which augment them. Though he lacks somewhat in range and has no innate mobility skills, Arcane Orb deals Pure damage and steals intelligence, meaning that if he gains an advantage in a match he deals constant, colossal damage which cannot be decreased or resisted except with total spell immunity and gets stronger with each hit. He and his allies enjoy more-or-less unlimited mana because of his Essence Aura, which gives them a chance to replenish a percentage of their mana upon casting a spell. With Astral Imprisonment, Harbinger can render himself or an ally invulnerable for a short period of time, or disable the target enemy. His ultimate, Sanity's Eclipse, can instantly deal colossal area-of-effect damage against his enemies based on how much greater his intelligence is than theirs.

Bio[edit | edit source]

Outworld Devourer Harbinger, the Outworld Devourer
Play "Their sanity I'll shatter; their dreams of conquest I'll destroy."
Role: Pip carry.png Carry / Pip ganker.png Nuker / Pip disabler.png Disabler
Lore: One of a lordly and magisterial race, Harbinger prowls the edge of the Void, sole surviving sentry of an outpost on the world at the rim of the abyss. From this jagged crystalline Outworld, forever on guard, he has gazed for eternities into the heavens, alert for any stirring in the bottomless night beyond the stars. Imprinted deep in the shining lattices of his intellect lies a resonant pattern akin to prophecy, a dark music implying that eventually some evil will wake out there, beyond the edges of creation, and turn its attention to our world. With his whole being focused on his vigil, Outworld Devourer paid little attention to events closer in to the sun. But at last the clamor of the Ancients, and a sense of growing threat from within as well as without, sent him winging sunward to visit the plains of war. Harbinger's place in our own prophecies is unambiguous: he must be considered an omen of worse things to come. But his arrival in itself is bad enough.
Voice: Tom Chantler (Responses)

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Arcane Orb
Unique Attack Modifier. Cannot be dispelled. Not blocked by Linken's Sphere. Blocked by Spell Immunity. Play
Q
R
Arcane Orb icon.png
Ability Affects Damage
Target Unit / Autocast Enemies / Self Pure
Adds extra pure damage to Outworld Devourer's attacks, based on his remaining mana pool. Steals 2/3/4/5 intelligence for 50 seconds per hit when attacking an enemy hero. Arcane Orb also does bonus damage to summoned units and illusions.
Cast Range: 450
Current Mana as Damage: 6%/7%/8%/9%
Summons & illusions Extra Damage: 100/200/300/400
Intelligence Steal: 2/3/4/5
Steal Duration: 50
Mana 100
Harbinger's outworldly knowledge allows it to tap into the ebb and flow of all spiritual energy, infusing it into his being.

Notes:

  • Deals its damage in a seperate instance, so it is unaffected by any attack modifying effect.
  • Deals its damage before the attack damage is applied, but still depends on the attack hitting the target.
  • Checks Outworld Devourer's mana pool upon projectile hit, so increasing or decreasing his mana pool while the projectile flies does affect its damage.
  • Steals intelligence after applying its damage, so newly increased mana pool does not affect the attack's damage.
  • Also causes attacks to temporarily burn 26/39/52/65 mana on the target. This mana loss is applied after the damage and before the intelligence steal.
  • When the target loses the debuff, it first regains 13 mana per missing intelligence point, and then regains its intelligence.
  • Outworld Devourer himself only gains or loses stolen intelligence, without gaining or losing additional mana like the targets. He keeps his current mana percentage.
  • Cannot reduce enemy intelligence below 0, but Outworld Devourer always gains the full amount of intelligence, no matter how much the target has left.
  • Effectively reduces the enemy's max mana pool by 26/39/52/65, mana regeneration by 0.08/0.12/0.16/0.2 and if it is an intelligence hero, attack damage by 2/3/4/5.
  • Effectively increases Outworld Devourer's max mana pool by 26/39/52/65, mana regeneration by 0.08/0.12/0.16/0.2 and attack damage by 2/3/4/5.
  • Upon death, the dying hero's intelligence restores back to its normal values, while the other party keeps the changed intelligence values for the remaining duration.

Astral Imprisonment
Cannot be dispelled. Blocked by Linken's Sphere. Blocked by Spell Immunity. Play
W
T
Astral Imprisonment icon.png
Ability Affects Damage
Target Unit Enemies / Allies Magical
Places a target unit into an astral prison. The hidden unit is invulnerable and disabled. When the astral prison implodes, it deals 75/150/225/300 damage to enemies in a 400 radius around the target.
Cast Time: 0.25+0.4
Cast Range: 450/500/550/600
Damage Radius: 400
Damage: 75/150/225/300
Imprison Duration: 4
Cooldown 22/18/14/10 Mana 120/140/160/180
Locked away in the pocket between this world and the Outworld, victims realize their infantile knowledge and mortality.

Notes:

  • The damage is applied at the end of the duration and affects the imprisoned unit as well, if it was an enemy.
  • The red ring expanding at the center of the visual effects indicates the duration of the imprisonment. The red ring is visible to allies only.
  • The -disablehelp command prevents an allied Outworld Devourer from casting this spell on you.

Essence Aura
Disabled by Break. Cannot be dispelled. Not blocked by Spell Immunity. Play
E
E
Essence Aura icon.png
Ability Affects
Aura Allied Heroes
Whenever nearby allied Heroes or Outworld Devourer itself casts a spell, it gains a chance to restore a percentage of its mana pool. Outworld Devourer also passively gains a bonus to its base mana pool. Several skills with no cooldown and toggled spells cannot trigger Essence Aura.
Radius: 900
Proc Chance: 40%
Max Mana Restored: 10%/15%/20%/25%
Base Mana Bonus: 75/150/225/300
The crystals of the Outworld produce arcane power, and the Harbinger channels it into the world of mortals.

Notes:

  • The aura's buff lingers for 0.5 seconds.
  • Restores the mana right after the spell is cast.
  • Essence Aura does not proc on any item abilities.

Sanity's Eclipse
Not blocked by Linken's Sphere. Blocked by Spell Immunity. Play
R
C
Sanity's Eclipse icon.png
Ability Affects Damage
Target Area Enemy Heroes Magical
Unleashes a psychic blast that removes 40% of the mana from affected heroes, while also damaging them based on the difference between the affected hero's intelligence and Outworld Devourer's. If an enemy has the same or higher intelligence than Outworld Devourer, Sanity's Eclipse will not cause damage. Sanity's Eclipse can hit units trapped by Astral Imprisonment.
Cast Time: 0.25+0.4
Cast Range: 700
Effect Radius: 375/475/575
Intelligence Difference Damage Multiplier: 8/9/10
Max Mana Burned: 40%
Cooldown 160 Mana 175/250/325
Not blocked by Linken's Sphere. The Astral Imprisonment applied when upgraded is not blocked either.
Can be Improved by Aghanim's Scepter. Sanity's Eclipse will also cast the current level of Astral Imprisonment on affected enemy heroes.
When an Outworld crystal ruptures, cataclysmic energies are released, and the reverberations of this power are felt interdimensionally.

Notes:

  • Applies the damage first, and then the mana loss (Can be Improved by Aghanim's Scepter. and then puts them into Astral Imprisonment).
  • Enemy heroes affected by the Astral Imprisonment applied by Sanity's Eclipse only take the damage once, regardless of how many were hit.
  • This also goes for other enemy units which are not Imprisoned. They only take the damage once, even when within the range of multiple.
  • Damage and mana burn affects affects illusions. The imprisonment does not.
  • When upgraded, only puts enemy heroes into Astral Imprisonment. This includes Meepo icon.png Meepo clones and the Tempest Double icon.png Tempest Double.
  • When the initial damage kills a hero, it is not put into Astral Imprisonment, so that no area damage is dealt around it.

Recommended items[edit | edit source]

Explanation:

  • Due to his ultimate, Sanity's Eclipse, Outworld Devourer needs to outmatch his enemies' intelligence. Boosting intelligence also boosts his mana pool, increasing the power of Arcane Orb, the main source of his damage.

Early Game:

  • Boots of Speed will make Harbinger even faster, which is important in middle lane.
  • Bottle allows for lane control and sustainability through runes and crowing.
  • Null Talisman provides a cheap boost to his Intelligence, as well as smaller increases to his other stats and attack damage.

Core Items:

  • Power Treads gives additional attributes and more attack speed.
  • Magic Wand gives small boosts to each of his stats and the ability to regain some health and mana during the laning phase.
  • Force Staff provides both initiation and escape mechanism, which he lacks.

Situational Items:

  • Scythe of Vyse provides him with both additional Intelligence and a silencing disable, giving him more time to deal damage with his Arcane Orb.
  • Aghanim's Scepter gives him even more attributes, as well as improve his ultimate. The additional attribute bonus can also aid his tankiness.
  • Black King Bar will help Harbinger protect against disables, as well as most damage-heavy abilities.
  • Rod of Atos will provide him with additional health and Intelligence, as well as a slowing ability against a single target.
  • Orchid Malevolence gives him even more Intelligence and attack speed, and also gives him a Silence ability that also amplifies his damage for the time period.
  • Shiva's Guard will give him more armor for survivability, as well as more intelligence. The slow also helps him either chase, or escape.
  • Refresher Orb allows to cast Sanity's Eclipse twice which can be huge in teamfights. And since units can still be affected by his ultimate while under Astral Imprisonment, if the first cast caught all 5 enemies, then a second cast would be easy to land.
  • Octarine Core gives the biggest mana pool and great "lifesteal" effect for his nukes.
  • Moon Shard gives a high attack speed boost, allowing Outworld Devourer to deal more Pure damage in battles and steal more Intelligence quicker.

Equipment[edit | edit source]

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • One of Harbinger's significant weaknesses is his fragility. Avoid taking in too much damage; if so, you will miss out on potential gold and experience, as well as put your team in danger by not dealing the needed extra damage against your enemies. Try to fight in the sidelines, or when your enemies are too busy to attack you. His defense can be boosted through items, but make sure not to deprive him of too much intelligence.
  • Try to level up as much as possible in the early stages of the game, be it from farming or killing other heroes. The more you advance in level, the more Intelligence and gold you will receive. The more Intelligence and gold you receive, the better you will dominate in the mid and later game. OD is extremely powerful in the later game, provided he farms well in the laning phase.
  • Arcane Orb icon.png Arcane Orb steals Intelligence from Heroes it hits. It is wise to build attack speed so you can release more attacks in a teamfight, so that more Intelligence can be stolen in a shorter span of time.
  • Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment deals damage at the end of the duration, preventing Heroes with Blink Dagger icon.png Blink Dagger from escaping. However, use this ability with caution on Heroes with natural escape mechanisms, like Anti-Mage icon.png Anti-Mage or Morphling icon.png Morphling, as the 4 second period would be enough to make them decide where to go and quickly move away to safety.
    • The damage would also be useful against creep waves. Use the ability on a creep last to be targeted, but surrounded by enough creeps so that after the duration, the damage would hit as much creeps as possible.
    • Other uses for it is that it can be used to delay enemy heroes you are laning against, preventing them from getting a last-hit or deny. In a teamfight, cast this on their carry or initiator, as this could lock out their main damage dealer and/or disabler from retaliating to your team's initiation.
    • It can also be used to buy time, be it escaping or trying to chase an enemy. While escaping, you can cast it on yourself or any dying ally to shift the enemy's focus away. While chasing, you can step ahead of the imprisoned enemy's path and make it harder for them to escape.
    • Use Astral Imprisonment carefully against your enemies when your allies are present in the team fight. Using it too much in these situations can potentially block your allies' spells, especially if they are channeling disables (i.e. Pudge icon.png Pudge's Dismember). Use it when your teammates are out of disables, or when the enemies are in the process of escaping. As well, try to target other units that are currently not disabled or crippled by your teammates.
    • Because of its four second duration at level 1, it could be wise to level it first at the start of the game to either lock out a lone enemy or make securing runes or ganks easier.
  • Level up Essence Aura icon.png Essence Aura fairly quickly so that he can solve his mana problems. Essence Aura can also make a good support ability for your allies, especially if they rely heavily on casting spells. By level 3, Arcane Orb can be kept permanently on auto-cast, as the mana gained when the aura procs would be enough to keep your mana pool close to full.
  • Casting Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse can prove important when a team fight starts, since it can shut down spell-reliant casters by burning 40% of their mana, as well as soften strength and agility heroes. Keep in mind that your Intelligence must be at least marginally higher than theirs so you can deal immense amounts of damage.
    • Upgraded with Aghanim's Scepter icon.png Aghanim's Scepter, you can lock an entire team in Astral Imprisonment and perhaps set up your team for a good initiation/counter-initiation. Upon being released from Imprisonment, they will also be dealt additional damage.
  • Outworld Devourer has no reliable escape until he gets a Force Staff. Frequent early ganks can put him at a severe disadvantage. Proper warding (by team mates) and map awareness are key.
  • In team fights, Astral Imprisonment can be used to shut down a key enemy character, such as a durable carry like Wraith King, so your team can focus on squishier supports. As Sanity's Eclipse can be used on imprisoned enemies, it may be preferable to initiate by imprisoning and immediately ulting the same target.
  • Other intelligence heroes, most notably Silencer icon.png Silencer and Pugna icon.png Pugna, can render Sanity's Eclipse useless because of their rapid intelligence growth. Instead, focus on using your ultimate against other heroes whose main attribute is not intelligence.
  • Use Astral Imprisonment to block yourself (or an ally) from spells; slow-moving projectile spells like Gyrocopter icon.png Gyrocopter's Homing Missile or Sven icon.png Sven's Storm Hammer give you plenty of time to block them. Lethal spells like Sand King icon.png Sand King's Epicenter or even Lion icon.png Lion's Finger of Death can be rendered useless with good timing. Spells that cripple your movement and make you vulnerable for attack, like Disruptor icon.png Disruptor's Kinetic Field, Naga Siren icon.png Naga Siren's Ensnare, or Chen icon.png Chen's Penitence, can be decreased in time thanks to Astral Imprisonment's 4 second invulnerability period.
  • Pugna icon.png Pugna's Nether Ward will count Arcane Orb as a spell cast, so make sure to destroy it before liberally using Arcane Orb against other enemy heroes.
  • Arcane Orb deals bonus damage against illusions, making it harder for illusion-reliant heroes like Phantom Lancer icon.png Phantom Lancer or Chaos Knight icon.png Chaos Knight to fight you. Summoned units also take additional damage, turning units like Enigma icon.png Enigma's eidolons and Nature's Prophet icon.png Nature's Prophet's treants into easy gold.
  • Outworld Devourer counters Anti-Mage icon.png Anti-Mage, since he can regain mana instantly from Essence Aura just by auto-casting with Arcane Orb. As well, the pure damage goes through his Spell Shield.
    • However, in certain situations when Outworld Devourer is silenced or stunned for an extended period of time, Anti-Mage's Mana Break icon.png Mana Break and Mana Void icon.png Mana Void, especially in combination with Manta Style icon.png Manta Style and other heroes with mana drain like Nyx Assassin icon.png Nyx Assassin, can still use Outworld Devourer's massive mana pool against him.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Outworld Devourer was originally called Obsidian Destroyer in DotA. Obsidian Destroyer was based off of two units in Warcraft III: Frozen Throne; the Obsidian Statue, and its alternate form, the Destroyer.
  • Outworld Devourer's original Dota 2 name was "Outworld Destroyer". This was changed to "Outworld Demolisher" on the Test Client, but due to community outcry, it was changed again when it arrived on the main client to his current name, "Outworld Devourer". Due to such name changes, there are many community humour names in circulation, such as "Outworld Developer".
  • Outworld Devourer has lines for carrying two even three Aghanim's Scepter. The reason for this is because in Dota 1 early development Aghanim's Scepter was made using Mystic Staff and a Soul Booster giving 500 mana and 30 int, which helped Outworld Devourer tremendously.

Update history[edit | edit source]

October 29, 2015 Patch

March 07, 2013 Patch

January 17, 2013 Patch

  • [Undocumented] Renamed Outworld Destroyer to Outworld Devourer.

January 04, 2013 Patch

  • Fixed Ring of Basilius, Ring of Aquila and Radiance proccing Essence Aura.

August 15, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Essence Aura not proccing on items.

July 12, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Pulse Nova procing Essence Aura.
  • Fixed Phase Shift proccing Essence Aura.

July 05, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed astral indicator to only show for hero and allied team.

June 20, 2012 Patch

  • Added visual indicator for Astral Imprisonment Length.
  • Fixed Batrider and Outworld Destroyer having 1 too little armor.

June 11, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed the following spells being castable on magic immune allies: Nightmare, Frost Armor, Nature's Guise, Holy Persuasion, Decrepify, Astral Imprisonment, Shadow Word and X Marks The Spot.

May 31, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Arcane Orb not working on Illusions recently.

May 17, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Arcane Orb against wards.

May 10, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed arcane orb doing bonus damage to Warlock illusions.

April 12, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Sanity's Eclipse mana drain logic.

March 22, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Astral Imprisonment stealing Intelligence from illusions.
  • Fixed Astral Imprisonment being castable on Warlock Golem.

March 08, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed Astral Imprisonment being able to cause you to lose mana regeneration.

March 01, 2012 Patch

  • Enabled Outworld Destroyer Outworld Destroyer in Captain's Mode.
  • Fixed bug with Astral Imprisonment disappearing from invisible units.
  • Fixed Essence Aura triggering on zero cooldown spells (like Ball Lightning).
  • Fixed Mekansm not healing you if it activated right after you come out of Astral Imprisonment.
  • Fixed being able to trigger Essence Aura with Toss when there are no valid targets to Toss.

February 17, 2012 Patch

  • Fixed each Astral Imprisonment instance refreshing the duration instead of stacking independently.
  • Fixed subsequent Astral Imprisonment casts on the same target not increasing your mana pool (as a result of bonus int, only your damage was increasing).
  • Fixed Astral Imprisonment bonus intelligence disappearing once the target dies.
  • Fixed Astral Imprisonment counter from being dispelled/forgotten.
  • Fixed Voodoo Restoration toggle proccing Essense Aura (could exploit to go to full mana).
  • Fixed Mekansm not healing you if it activated right after you come out of Astral Imprisonment.
  • Fixed Sanity's eclipse not hitting a unit that is affected by Astral Imprisonment.

February 16, 2012 Patch

  • Added Outworld Destroyer!

Balance changelog[edit | edit source]

6.86c

6.86b

6.86

Old Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment:
Places a target allied or enemy hero into an astral prison. The hidden hero is invulnerable and disabled. When cast on an enemy Hero, Harbinger temporarily steals intelligence from that hero.
Cast time: 0.25
Cast range: 500
Intelligence steal: 4/7/10/13
Steal duration: 50
Imprison duration: 1/2/3/4
Manacost: 120/140/160/180
Cooldown: 18/16/14/12
Notes: Can only target heroes. Steals the intelligence upon cast.
New Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment:
Places a target unit into an astral prison. The hidden unit is invulnerable and disabled. When the astral prison implodes, it deals damage to enemies in an area around the target.
Cast time: 0.25
Cast range: 450/500/550/600
Damage radius: 400
Damage: 75/150/225/300
Imprison duration: 4
Manacost: 120/140/160/180
Cooldown: 20/17/14/11
Notes: Can be cast on any unit. The damage hits the primary target as well.

6.85

  • Essence Aura icon.png Essence Aura is now disabled by Break.
  • Increased Strength strength gain from 1.85 to 2.3.
  • Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse
    • Now always removes 40% of affected heroes' max mana, instead of 75% of current mana only if the intelligence difference was less than 10/30/50 or not at all when having less intelligence than the enemies.
    • No longer pierces spell immunity (this applies to the mana burn and the Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment from the Aghanim's Scepter upgrade).
    • Rescaled cast range from 600/650/700 (Can be Improved by Aghanim's Scepter. 700/750/800) to 700 on each level.

6.84

  • Aghanim's Scepter icon.png Aghanim's Scepter upgraded Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse
    • No longer causes it to always trigger the mana burn.
    • No longer increases the intelligence multiplier from 8/9/10 to 9/10/11.
    • Now affects everyone in the targeted area with Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment based on its current level after it deals its damage.

6.83

  • Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment
    • Increased intelligence steal from 4/6/8/10 to 4/7/10/13.
    • Reduced steal duration from 60 to 50.

6.82

  • Essence Aura icon.png Essence Aura
    • Increased proc chance from 10%/20%/30%/40% to 40% on each level.
    • Increased max mana restored from 25% on each level to 10%/15%/20%/25%.
  • Aghanim's Scepter icon.png Aghanim's Scepter upgraded Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse now always triggers the mana drain.

6.80

6.79

6.78

6.76

6.75

6.73

6.72

6.71

  • Arcane Orb icon.png Arcane Orb no longer has a 6/4/2/0 seconds cooldown.

6.68

  • Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment no longer causes enemy targets to lose vision.
  • Added Aghanim's Scepter icon.png Aghanim's Scepter upgrade for Outworld Devourer: Increases Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse intelligence difference damage multiplier from 8/9/10 to 9/10/11 and cast range from 600/650/700 to 700/750/800.

6.66b

6.66

6.64

  • Increased Agility agility and gain from 15 + 1.4 to 24 + 2.

6.60

  • Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment
    • Is now properly blocked by Linken's Sphere icon.png Linken's Sphere.
    • No longer causes allies to lose vision when targeted.
    • Reduced cooldown from 20 on each level to 18/16/14/12.

6.50

6.50

6.51

6.50

6.47

  • Reduced Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment cast time from 0.5 to 0.25.
  • Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse
    • Reduced cast time from 0.5 to 0.25.
    • Increased cast range from 600 on each level to 600/650/700.
    • Reduced intelligence difference damage multiplier from 10/12/14 to 8/9/10.
    • Rescaled manacost from 200/250/300 to 175/250/325.

6.46

6.44b

6.44

  • Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse now shows how much damage it dealt as a floating number above hit enemies.

6.43

6.42

6.40

  • Increased base armor from -1 to 2 (total armor is now 4.1).
  • Reduced Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse cooldown from 200 to 160.

6.38

6.36

6.35

  • Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse
    • Increased intelligence difference damage multiplier from 10 on each level to 10/12/14.
    • Increased intelligence difference threshold from 10/25/40 to 10/30/50.

6.34

6.33b

6.32

6.31

  • Changed Arcane Orb icon.png Arcane Orb damage type from unknown to Pure.
  • Astral Imprisonment icon.png Astral Imprisonment
    • Fixed a bug with Repick allowing to have 2 heroes.
    • Fixed not restoring intelligence when the hero is dead as its intelligence would be restored.
  • Fixed Sanity's Eclipse icon.png Sanity's Eclipse's damage radius being 325 on each level, instead of 400/500/600 as stated.

6.30

  • Created

Replaced abilities[edit | edit source]

Astral Imprisonment (pre 6.86)
Cannot be dispelled. Blocked by Linken's Sphere. Blocked by Spell Immunity. Play
W
T
Astral Imprisonment icon.png
Ability Affects
Target Unit Enemy Heroes / Allied Heroes
Places a target allied or enemy hero into an astral prison. The hidden hero is invulnerable and disabled. When cast on an enemy Hero, Harbinger temporarily steals intelligence from that hero.
Cast Time: 0.25+0.4
Cast Range: 500
Intelligence Steal: 4/7/10/13
Steal Duration: 50
Duration of Imprisonment: 1/2/3/4
Cooldown 18/16/14/12 Mana 120/140/160/180
Locked away in the pocket between this world and the Outworld, victims realize their infantile knowledge and mortality.

Notes:

  • Can be cast on self or allied heroes, without stealing their intelligence.
  • When cast on an enemy, it steals his intelligence directly upon cast.
  • Cannot steal intelligence from illusions, but from Meepo icon.png Meepo clones:
    • When stealing intelligence from the primary Meepo, only he loses intelligence and the clones still keep theirs.
    • When stealing intelligence from one of the clones, Outworld Devourer gains a stack, but without reducing the clone's intelligence.
  • Cannot reduce enemy intelligence below 0, but Outworld Devourer always gains the full amount of intelligence, no matter how much the target has left.
  • Effectively reduces the enemy's max mana pool by 52/91/130/169, mana regeneration by 0.16/0.28/0.4/0.52 and if it is an intelligence hero, attack damage by 4/7/10/13.
  • On the other side, Outworld Devourer's max mana pool is increased by 52/91/130/169, mana regeneration by 0.16/0.28/0.4/0.52 and attack damage by 4/7/10/13.
  • Ontop of that, it also reduces the enemy's current mana pool by 52/91/130/169 right before reducing their intelligence, while increasing Outworld Devourer's by the same amount.
  • This effectively reduces the cost of Astral Imprisonment to 68/49/30/11 mana.
  • When the target gets its stolen intelligence back, it also gets its current mana increased and Outworld Devourer reduced by the same amount.
  • Upon death, the dying hero's intelligence restores back to its normal values, while the other party keeps the changed intelligence values for the remaining duration.
  • The red ring expanding at the center of the visual effects indicates the duration of the imprisonment. The red ring is visible to allies only.
  • However, it is only adapted to level 4, means at level 1 it expands for 1/4, on 2 for 1/2, on level 3 for 3/4 and only at level 4 in expands up to the edge.
  • The -disablehelp command prevents an allied Outworld Devourer from casting this spell on you.

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