Battle Fury

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Battle Fury
Battle Fury icon.png
The bearer of this mighty axe gains the ability to cut down swaths of enemies at once.
Bought From
Active Chop Tree
Passive [?] Quell, Cleave
Bonus [?] +7.5 Health Regeneration
+2.75 Mana Regeneration
+55 Attack Damage
Disassemble? No
Alert allies? No
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Broadsword (1000)
Claymore (1350)
Perseverance (1650)
Quelling Blade (130)

The Battle Fury is an item purchasable at the Main Shop, under Weapons. However, it requires items from the Secret Shop to be completed.


Chop Tree
Destroy a target tree.
Cast Range: 350
Cooldown: 4
Mana: 0


  • Can target any tree.

Cannot be used by illusions. Pierces spell immunity.
Enemy Units
Increases attack damage against non-hero units by 18 for melee heroes, and 6 for ranged.
Attack Damage Bonus (Melee): 18
Attack Damage Bonus (Ranged): 6


  • Stacks with the Quell of Quelling Blade icon.png Quelling Blade, but not with additional Battle Furies.
  • When the owner's attack type changes to ranged or melee, the attack damage bonus adapts immediately.
  • When attacking creeps, Quell also causes cleave, splash, Psi Blades, and Moon Glaives to deal more damage to every unit they hit.

Deals 70% of attack damage as physical damage in a cone up to 650 around the target. Deals 40% against creeps. (Melee Only)
Starting Radius: 150
Distance: 650
End Radius: 360
Cleave Damage (Heroes): 70%
Cleave Damage (Creeps): 40%
Cannot be used by illusions. Visual effects and sounds still play when illusions attack.


  • The complete area is shaped like an isosceles trapezoid in front of the attacking hero.
  • Fully stacks with other sources of cleaves. Each source of cleave works completely independent.
  • Does not cleave upon attacking wards, buildings or allied units. Wards and buildings are unaffected by cleave.
  • Despite the visual effect, cleave damage is applied instantly in the whole area.
  • Ranged units cannot cleave.

Recommended Heroes[edit]

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  • Anti-Mage needs Battle Fury to farm, since he is terrible without items and has trouble farming fast without it. Combined with Blink, he can flash-farm the jungle and quickly build his much needed items if not ganked.
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Ember Spirit icon.png
  • Battle Fury is a must for a physical damage-built Ember Spirit, since almost his entire damage output relies on Sleight of Fist, which can deal enormous damage with Battle Fury but little without it. Ember Spirit is also the most reliable carrier of multiple Battle Furies, since each one greatly increases his damage and unlike other carries, he stays safe during Sleight of Fist while it greatly weakens the survivability of other carriers by having multiple Battle Furies.
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  • The Battle Fury is great tool for farming but a poor choice for mid game skirmishes owing to its lack of primary attributes. Avoid it if the enemy team plays aggressively and your presence is required in team fights early.
  • Effective against illusions, summoned units, jungle stacks, ancient stacks and mega creeps.
    • A Battle Fury allows a melee hero to farm faster than a Midas. You can get this item after boots start with a ring of regen if you are laning or get damage if you are jungling, then get a mobility item like Blink Dagger to reach camps faster.
  • The cleave benefits from critical hits, including those from items and ignores evasion.
  • Having Battle Fury can help greatly against an enemy Nature's Prophet minimap icon.png Nature's Prophet, since some carries have little means to escape his Sprout without it (the most obvious being Juggernaut minimap icon.png Juggernaut and Troll Warlord minimap icon.png Troll Warlord)
  • Melee heroes with high attack speed can push far more effectively with Battle Fury, even in late game. Critical hits help too.



Recent Changes[edit]

  • Reduced Claymore icon.png Claymore cost from 1400 Gold to 1350 Gold (total cost decreases from 4180 Gold to 4130 Gold).
  • Item cost changes: