Strygwyr the Bloodseeker is a hero from Dota 2, from the Agility Scourge Tavern.
Strygwyr the Bloodseeker is a ritually sanctioned hunter, Hound of the Flayed Twins, sent down from the mist-shrouded peaks of Xhacatocatl in search of blood. The Flayed Ones require oceanic amounts of blood to keep them sated and placated, and would soon drain their mountain empire of its populace if the priests of the high plateaus did not appease them. Strygwyr therefore goes out in search of carnage. The vital energy of any blood he lets, flows immediately to the Twins through the sacred markings on his weapons and armor. Over the years, he has come to embody the energy of a vicious hound; in battle he is savage as a jackal. Beneath the Mask of the Bloodseeker, in the rush of bloody quenching, it is said that you can sometime see the features of the Flayers taking direct possession of their Hound.
|Ability Name||Ability Description||Details|
|Bloodrage||Drives a unit into a bloodthirsty rage during which a unit deals, and takes, increased damage. Heroes affected by Bloodrage will be healed for 25% of the max health of any units they kill. Heroes affected by Bloodrage when killed will heal 25% of their max health to their killer.|
Strygwyr shares his animalistic thirst for bloodshed.
|Blood Rite||Bloodseeker baptizes an area in sacred blood. After 3 seconds the ritual completes, causing any enemies caught in the area to take damage and become silenced.|
The Flayed Twins are ever willing to aid those who spill blood upon the field of battle.
|Thirst||Enables Bloodseeker to sense enemy Heroes whose health is below a certain percentage wherever they are, giving him True Sight on that unit, increased movement speed and increased damage. Bonuses stack per Hero.|
Strygwyr becomes frenzied when blood is spilled.
Duration: Until no valid target exists
|Rupture||Causes an enemy unit's skin to rupture, dealing massive damage. The affected unit takes damage based on how far it moves during the spell's duration.|
When the Bloodseeker hunts you, injuries become fatalities.