Dota 2: Top 3 Carries In Patch 7.30b

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The carry meta is going through some notable changes. It is rare that the carry meta changes to a surprising degree. The popular heroes continue their reign for quite some time before a major overhaul. Last meta saw Wraith King, Faceless Void and some other heroes rule the safe lane. However, recent changes to heroes in the 7.30 patch has shuffled quite a few of them. Let’s look at the current best ones in the meta. SvenSven is a popular choice in the current meta. Although he did not receive major buffs in the 7.30 patch, the hero seems to do great. With his natural farming ability, Sven does…

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