|A mysterious scepter passed down through the ages, its disruptive winds can be used for good or evil.|
- The item's attributes grants the following bonuses:
- Stacks with all other movement speed bonuses.
- ↓↓ Double-tapping automatically target self.
- Applies a basic dispel and Cyclone effect on the target upon cast, turning it invulnerable and fully disabled.
- The Cyclone duration is not affected by status resistance.
- Cyclone first applies the invulnerability, then the dispel.
- While cycloned, the affected unit is moved upwards and has no collision. However, a pathing blocker is created at the base of the cyclone within a 24 radius.
- The damage is applied at the end of the duration. If the cyclone gets dispelled, it still applies the damage as soon as the target lands.
- The damage is only applied to enemy targets.
- Can be cast on , but has no effect, since Roshan is immune to forced movement. However, the damage is still applied.
- Shares cooldown with .
can be used in the following situations:
- Offensively by disabling an enemy before a gank, giving you the time to set up your abilities.
- On fleeing enemies to give your team the time to surround the target.
- On enemies in teamfights to take them out of the fight for a few seconds. This is especially effective on carries.
- ↓↓ Double-tapping during teamfights, baiting enemies into using their abilities on you, then becoming invulnerable to interrupt their burst damage.
- To buy yourself a little more time for abilities and items to come off cooldown, especially items like or .
- On an enemy who has activated items like , or . Doing so will waste the duration of those items.
- The item provides a cheap and beneficial dispel for support heroes who are very susceptible to silences. So when facing a lot of silences, or other strong but dispellable effects, Eul's Scepter of Divinity is usually the best option.
- The bonus movement speed works well with other items that increase movement speed, such as .
- The scepter's name (and flavor text) is a reference to Eul, the creator of the first DotA map back in 2003. (Eul later left the project to two other developers, Guinsoo & Pendragon, as referenced by the flavor text)
- cosmetic item, Eul's Scepter of Divinity, is based on Eul's Scepter of Divinity and shares its name. 's
Icon when Compass of the Rising Gale is equipped
Icon when Compass of the Rising Gale is equipped, using the alternative style
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