Dota 2 Auto Chess Money Guide - How to Earn Gold and Manage Them Efficiently2019-05-16 09:10:51
Managing your economy are really important in Dota 2 Auto Chess. To win the game, you will need a lot of gold.
Just imagine if you survive to the late game, you will have a chess count of 9 or 10, and leveling up chess count gets incredibly more expensive (it would take you 40 gold easily to upgrade from 8 chess to 9 chess). Also you will be having these 9/10 chess pieces mostly at 2 star (level 2) and a few at 3 star (level 3). When you buy chess pieces, they come at level 1 (1 star), at a price of 1~5 gold depends on how good they are. You need three level 1 pieces of the same hero piece to get one level 2 piece of the hero, and three level 2 pieces of the same hero to get the level 3 piece. Hence a level 3 hero chess piece will cost you nine level 1 piece of the hero. Your final board is easily worth 150-200 gold excluding the 100 or more gold you spent on leveling up to 9/10 chess count.
Therefore, know how to farm gold efficiently is necessary for players. Below, we’ve listed all the ways to get gold in Dota 2 Auto Chess. Candy is another currency in the game which can be used for unlocking counts. So,if you need candy to unlock more counts, Joymmo.com provides Cheap Dota 2 Auto Chess Candy for you.
1.Every round, you get a basic amount of gold. For rounds 1, 2, and 3, you get 1, 2, and 4 gold pieces respectively. Starting from round 5, you get 5 gold.
2.When you defeat an opponent on your board, you get 1 gold. Moreover, if you manage to win a series of consecutive victories/losses, you also get more gold (up to 3).
3.Every round, you also get 10% interest on all gold you already have. However, there is a cap of 5 gold on that. In other words, even if you have 100 gold, for example, you would only get 5 gold as interest.
4.You can sell your Level 1 chess pieces for cost price. Chess pieces at levels 2 or 3 are sold at a price corresponding to their levels.
In addition to earning gold, learning how to spend and manage your gold is also very important.
At the start of the game, it is important to come up with your strategy in advance in order to successfully support your economy. If you alternate wins and losses, you will not receive bonus gold, which will greatly affect your future position in the game. Thus, it would make more sense to aim at having a winning streak/losing streak. The strategies for these are will be described later.
Gold can be spent not only on purchasing pieces, but also on leveling up your Courier. As you level your Courier up, the limit of pieces that you can place on the board increases. There is a special “level up” button and clicking on it gets you 4 XP for your Courier in exchange for 5 gold for every click. To check how much XP you have at a particular point in time, you should press the ALT button - the numbers will appear below the Courier icon. If you want to reroll the set of chess pieces you are given, you will have to pay 2 gold.
As a general rule of thumb, you should avoid spending gold and bringing yourself lower than intervals of 10 (10,20,30,40,50, etc) before the end of a round. When the fighting phase ends and a new round begins, you get 10% interest on whatever gold you are holding onto and it rounds down. Meaning that if you have 57 or 52 or 50 gold, you will get an extra 5 gold the next round. It doesn't mean you can't spend though, and I encourage spending if a good piece pops up.
One reason people end up losing games is because they may get obsessed trying to upgrade what pieces they have and keep spamming draw over and over. They continue to spend 2 gold over and over and over and more often than not, they end up finding themselves not getting what they want and keep losing. That's just wasted gold you will never get back.
You need a little discipline and some balance to make it to the end game with a healthy supply of gold. And you also need to know when to spend big and take risks. If you are dropping and only have 20 HP's left, you might as well go all in and spam level ups. The same applies when you are about to win and spam draws.