Slithice, the Naga Siren, is a melee agility hero who can be played both as a late-game carry and an early/mid-game support. Slithice is an item dependent hero yet with the right style and inventory choices she can overpower many other heroes that deal strong physical damage while casting her four active abilities to handle her enemies altogether and turn the tides. Mirror Image creates three illusions to wreak havoc upon her enemies. Ensnare is a very useful spell with several unique features. It not only holds an enemy in place, but also prevents them from blinking and going invisible. Rip Tide calls the forces of the seas, allowing the Siren and her illusions to unleash a wave of magical water to wash away foes and degrade their armor. The Song of the Siren is the ultimate ability for team battles; Naga Siren performs a mystical song to put her enemies to sleep in an area around her. Song of the Siren is her tool for initiation, as while her enemies are under her slumber her allies can come forth and prepare to unleash their attacks after the song wears off. Time is Naga's best friend, for as the game wears on, Slithice will gradually consume more and more of the map and engulf enemy towers and heroes like the rising tide itself.
- Mirror Image disjoints projectiles upon cast.
- Applies a basic dispel on Naga Siren upon cast.
- Resets all current attack and spell targeting orders from other units on Naga Siren.
- After the split time, Naga Siren reappears with her illusions.
- The reappear locations are based on Naga Siren's position upon cast, with one appearing at the cast location, and the others north, east, south or west from that point.
- This means when spawning 3 illusions, the formation is T-shaped and when spawning 4 illusions, it is shaped like a plus.
- The distance in between each is 72 range.
- Though the formation is always the same, Naga Siren and her illusions take a random position in the formation and have all the same facing angle.
- Orders the caster to stop after the split time, canceling all queued orders, and orders given during the split time.
- Recasting Mirror Image replaces the illusions from the previous cast, no matter under whose control they are.
- The net travels at a speed of 1500.
- Roots the target, preventing it from moving and casting certain mobility spells.
- Provides True Sight over the target.
- All illusions owned by Naga Siren within 900 range of the target also cast a fake Ensnare.
- They play the whole cast animation and release their fake net at the same time the real net is released.
- When illusions currently are not having any order and are standing still, they turn to face the target and cast the fake net.
- When illusions are moving or attacking, they continue to do so and do not turn to face the target. They still play the cast animation, overriding their move or attack animations.
- When canceling the cast, the illusions still play the full cast animation, but do not release the fake net.
- The fake nets do not interact with anything and do not root.
- When proccing, Rip Tide first applies the debuff, then the Rip Tide damage, and then the attack damage.
- When an enemy is hit by multiple Rip Tides, the armor reduction does not stack, but gets refreshed instead.
- Rip Tide uses pseudo-random distribution.
- Applies a sleep on affected units, preventing them from acting, until woken up.
- Affected units are invulnerable while sleeping.
- The area of the song follows Naga Siren, so if she moves far enough away from affected units, they wake up.
- Song of the Siren cannot be interrupted. Only Naga Siren herself or her death can stop it.
- However, silencing Naga Siren prevents her from manually stopping the song.
- The sleep is provided by an aura. Its debuff lingers for 0.4 seconds.
- The health regeneration from the upgrade is provided by an aura as well, which also lingers for 0.4 seconds.
- The heal affects every ally. However, despite placing the buff on allied buildings, they do not get healed.
- Can regenerate up to 74% of a unit's max health over its full duration.
- Can fully regenerate a unit's health within 10 seconds.
- Replaces until the sub-spell is used or the song ends.
- Song of the Siren End interrupts Naga Siren's channeling spells on cast.
- Goes into a 1-second cooldown right after Song of the Siren is cast.
|+14 Strength||15||+12 Agility|
|+10%Damage||10||+20 Movement Speed|
- The strength talent effectively grants Naga Siren 280 health, 1.4 health regen and 1.12% magic resistance.
- The agility talent effectively grants Naga Siren 1.92 armor, 12 attack speed, 0.6% movement speed and 12 attack damage.
- The evasion talent stacks multiplicatively with other sources of evasion.
- provides needed health regeneration during the laning phase.
- also restores health early on.
- helps reduce the amount of damage she might take from harassment and creeps while laning.
- helps with sustain and rune control when farming the mid lane.
- provides movement speed so Naga Siren can walk to her farm.
- give agility and attack speed, benefiting illusions as well, to proc Rip Tide.
- gives her more damage, armor and attack speed, as well as Manabreak on attacks which greatly boosts damage output of her and her illusions.
- gives her good attribute bonuses as well as the ability to summon more illusions.
- reduces the cooldowns of Naga Siren's abilities, greatly improving her pushing power and making her much harder to gank. The Spell Lifesteal has little effect on her own abilities, but can be combined with Radiance to let her illusions shrug off damage from creeps.
- grants bonus damage against creeps to secure last hits.
- gives good mana regeneration to keep using your abilities, and allows Naga Siren to survive some magical burst.
- provides attributes and burst of health and mana, a useful sustain item no matter the role of Naga Siren.
- solve Naga Siren's early mana issues, and you can later disassemble it to recycle the into Octarine Core.
- gives solid overall attributes, and an active that increases movement and attack speed to Naga Siren, allied heroes, and illusions around her.
- 's area stun combos well with Song of the Siren, giving the enemies little time to react.
- grants Naga Siren various bonuses like health and movement speed, as well as an ability to heal teammates or counter enemy healing.
- grants mobility so Naga Siren can better initiate with Song of the Siren.
- makes Naga Siren an incredibly strong pusher and increases her farm speed.
- gives a lot of damage and the Radiance aura works on illusions, giving Naga Siren the ability to farm multiple areas of the map at the same time thanks to Mirror Image.
- provides a large amount of health, tanking Naga Siren and her illusions up massively. It also provides enormous passive health regeneration while not fighting, so she can return to fights faster with full health.
- offers bonus attack speed, damage, and armor, as well as evasion that gives more survivability to her and her illusions.
- provides good all around attributes as well as regeneration, which allows Naga Siren to stay farming without having to go back to base. On top of that, it provides a spellblock which can make Naga Siren harder to kill in conjunction with Song of the Siren.
- provides great heal to allied heroes during Song of the Siren, a terrific support item to boost team's survivability and turn around teamfights.
|Roles:||Carry Support Pusher Disabler Initiator Escape|
|Playstyle:||Once a highly regarded commander of the Slithereen Guard, Slithice fell from honor following a seemingly trivial oversight. She was to find the one stolen chalice, or remain banished forever. Slithice splits into three Mirror Images, sending them to scout ahead and mislead foes. She Ensnares targets in a luminous net, then lashes out with Rip Tide to soften their armor. The enemy halts in mid-swing, lowering their weapons at the sound of a haunting aria. There they will stand, mesmerized, unresponsive to Slithice's encircling allies as they listen to the Siren Song that has lulled them to their deaths.|
- The DotA Naga Siren from Warcraft universe sports the same weapons as Slithice, the only difference being that the DotA version had one weapon, and four arms, while the Dota 2 has two weapons and two arms.
- Song of the Siren's Play sound is based on this Play voice line of Naga Siren. Whether there is an extended version of that line or if the rest of the song was manually put together is unknown.