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Tango (Shared)

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Tango (Shared)
Tango (Shared) icon.png
Om nom nom.
Bought From
Active Eat a Tree or Ward
Charges 1
Disassemble? No
Alert allies? No
Tango (Shared)

The Shared Tango is an item received from allied players who share their Tango icon.png Tango.

Additional information[edit]

  • If the receiving player has no room in their inventory, the Shared Tango is dropped on the ground next to the hero.
  • Shared Tangos do not possess the Share Tango ability of the original Tango, but are completely shareable with allies.
  • When dropped on the ground, it can be used by any player who picks it up, including the original sharer and enemies.
  • Shared Tangos do not stack in the inventory. Each acquired instance requires its own slot.
  • Shared Tangos cannot be sold.


Eat a Tree or Ward
Target Unit
Trees / Self
Consume a target tree or ward to gradually restore 115 health. Heals for double when used on a ward or Ironwood Tree.
Cast Range (Tree): 165
Cast Range (Ward): 450
Health Restored (Tree): 115
Health Restored (Ward): 230
Duration (Tree): 16
Duration (Ward): 32
Cooldown symbol.png 60
Buff Tango Heal: Undispellable.


  • When targeting wards or trees placed by Iron Branch icon.png Iron Branch, the heal duration is doubled.
  • Restores health in the form of health regeneration, so it heals for 0.72 health in 0.1 second intervals (7.19 health per second).
  • The targeted tree or ward is instantly destroyed upon cast.
  • Successive uses with the same unit do not stack, but refresh the duration instead.


  • The item's lore Om nom nom is a reference to a line spoken by the Heavy, a playable class from Team Fortress 2, another title from Valve Corporation, which in turn is a reference to the Internet meme "Om nom nom nom."