[Top 10] Dota 2 Best Items For Mana Regen That Are Excellent

Mana for everyone!

Mana is an integral part of the game, as it enables you to cast spells and deal damage. Remove the mana component and you will have nothing. There are various heroes who heavily rely on mana, they may have powerful spells and may run out of mana quickly.

To help you replenish mana and have a steady supply of it, we have this list of the best 10 Items which are great for Mana Regen in the current patch, these items are guaranteed to keep your mana tank full for extended periods.

10. Clarity

You can never go wrong with a Clarity potion. It is one of the most bought starting items in the game. On usage, it grants 6 mana per second for 25 seconds, which is great if you are constantly spamming spells, you will never run out of mana! You can also target it on your allies, making this a great early game item.

Why is Clarity great?

  • Costs only 50 gold
  • Mana regen for 25 seconds


9. Mango

Another great early game item is the magnificent Mango. On usage, you instantly get 100 mana, but that’s not it! You also receive a bonus of 0.6 health regen until consumed. You can also use this on your allies, all this at just the cost of 65 gold! Unlike Clarity, Mango replenishes mana instantly, so you don’t have to worry about getting hit.

Why is Mango great?

  • Instant 100 Mana
  • Can use it on allies
  • Bonus health regen


8. Rod of Atos

Rod of Atos is what we like to call a criminally underrated item, and there are various reasons behind it. The active roots your targetted enemy for 2 seconds, making it a great item to cancel TPs, your foes can’t even use spells while rooted, essentially disabling them. The selling point of this item is the high Intelligence it provides, which is unbeatable at the price point of 2750 gold! 24 Intelligence along with 12 of both secondary attributes makes this a great item for mana regen and overall tankyness. 

Why is Rod of Atos great?

  • Roots and disables enemies
  • Low cooldown
  • High INT gain


7. Eul’s Scepter

Eul’s Scepter is one of the most essential items in the game. This item is quite flexible and can be built by both support and core heroes in the game. Regardless of the matchups, this is a good pickup as you can use it to initiate or dodge spells or even stop your enemies from escaping! You can also further upgrade it to Windwalker which allows you to essentially Eul’s your allies and move them while they’re under the cyclone effect!

Why is Eul’s Scepter great?

  • Low mana cost to activate
  • High mana regen
  • Can disable enemies


6. Shiva’s Guard

Shiva’s Guard is one of the few items on this list that can be used both offensively and defensively. You get 15 added armor along with 30 intelligence which can help you immensely if you’re a squishy spell caster and want more mana regen. On activation, Shiva’s Guard emits a freezing wave which deals 200 damage and slows the enemy for 40% of their movement speed. This slow is impressive and lasts for 4 seconds.

Why is Shiva’s Guard great?

  • Increased armor and intelligence
  • High mana gain
  • Reduces healing of enemies by 25%


5. Guardian Greaves 

Most games are a vicious tug of war and bloodshed. All you may need is one single heal or mana point to turn the fight around! Guardian Greaves provides you with just that, not only does it heal you and your allies in a certain AoE, but it also purges off any enemy debuffs that you may have on you. The best part about this item is that it doesn’t even cost any mana, you read it right! You may cast it while getting chased down by an AM or even by the Invoker! 

Why is Guardian Greaves great?

  • Doesn’t require any mana to activate
  • Immense heal 
  • Purges off any debuff


4. Arcane Boots

The perfect early and mid-game item! Previously, we have seen only supports building Arcane Boots but the times are changing and even cores are buying this item, making it easy for everyone to gain mana. The selling point of this item is the low cost along with the fact that it can be disassembled if you want to use the Energy Booster or the boots with other components. It grants you additional 250 mana along with 175 mana to you and your allies on usage, even if the cooldown is low!

Why is Arcane Boots great?

  • Low cooldown and cost
  • High mana gain to you and your allies
  • Can be disassembled 


3. Orchid of Maleovalence

Orchid is a great tool to catch elusive heroes which can only be stopped with silence, which is what the item provides. Along with silencing your enemies, Orchid also provides 3 mana regen along with 40 Attack Speed and 30 Attack Damage. On activation, it silences the targetted enemy and makes them take an additional 30% of the total damage dealt under its duration.

Why is the Orchid of Maleovalence great?

  • Costs relatively less gold
  • Silences and disables enemies
  • High damage output
  • Immense mana regen


2. Scythe of Vyse

Scythe of Vyse is an essential item if your enemies have heroes that are slippery or you just want extra disable to lock them down. On usage, Scythe turns the targetted unit into a pig for 3.5 seconds, disabling them from using any items or spells whilst slowing their movement speed down. Scythe is also a great source of mana, as it provides 9 mana regen along with 35 Intelligence and 10 secondary attributes.

Why is Scythe of Vyse great?

  • Can disable enemies
  • High mana regen
  • High attribute gain


1. Bloodstone

The ultimate item for mana regen is undisputedly the Bloodstone. This breathtaking item works extremely well on heroes that are heavily mana-dependent, such as Tinker, Leshrac, and Storm Spirit! Bloodstone gains charges as you kill heroes or get assists with you in the surrounding. Your mana regen increases along with the charges, and on activation, it doubles the spell lifesteal and converts the damage dealt into mana, making it a great item for spell casting mage heroes.

Why is Bloodstone great?

  • High Mana Regen
  • Relatively cheap
  • Immense spell lifesteal


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