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The International 7 Battle Pass rewards: A complete guide

Your comprehensive and complete guide to what’s available in the Battle Pass at all stages.

With the season of The International 7 comes the annual Battle Pass, an opportunity for Dota 2 players to earn exclusive in-game goodies and keep an eye on the biggest tournament in esports. Fans both hardcore and new alike can reap the rewards and satisfaction that come from supporting Valve and its massive annual tournament.

In the past, the Battle Pass took the form of the Compendium, which Valve could use to offer exclusive items, exclusive previews of events and real-time updates. It started in 2014, with The International 4, and has been a staple of Valve’s annual event since.

The current system of the Battle Pass is like the evolved form of this; it offers a reward system, with different “levels” offering different, and increasingly better, rewards. Notably, 25% of all Battle Pass sales go towards the TI prize pool.

Here, we take a look at all the Battle Pass has to offer.

How does it work?

For $9.99, you can unlock a basic Level 1 Battle Pass, which gives you many of the features of the Battle Pass with little commitment. For $36.99, you can go directly to Level 75, which saves a few dollars.

You can buy levels, too: $9.99 for 24, $4.99 for 11 and $2.49 for 5.

Of course, there is also leveling up without spending any additional money. This means working through quests, achievements, and wagering, as well as using the small mini-games such as Slark’s Riptide Rumble, in order to try to climb higher.

If you need some help working your way to any of these items, we also have a nifty guide on the best ways to level up.

First, we have a list of all the rewards you can get in this year’s Battle Pass. If you’re a bit newer and are curious about what some of these rewards are, no worries! Just scroll down for a full explanation.


REWARDS LIST

Full descriptions of each reward are included further down on this page.

Baseline Features

The International 7 Compendium

Quests

Siltbreaker Campaign

The International Matchmaking

TI7 Music Pack

Seasonal Terrain—Spring

TI7 Cursor Pack

Slark’s Riptide Rumble

Arcana Voting

In-Game Spectator Predictions

Queue Trivia

Achievements

(Access To) TI7 Collector’s Cache

Prestige Towers

Level One Rewards

Hermes the Hermit Crab

  • Level 1 — Normal (Shell)
  • Level 40 — Brown Boot
  • Level 116 — Level
  • Level 188 — Necronomicon
  • Level 287 — Boots of Travel
  • Level 362 —Lotus Orb
  • Level 515 — Octarine Core
  • Level 667 —Eye of Skadi
  • Level 2225 — 2017’s Aegis of Champions

Shifty Minnow

  • Level 1 — Basic Minnows (Default)
  • Level 36 — Blue Minnows
  • Level 56 — Green Minnows
  • Level 297 — Purple Minnows
  • Level 502 —Golden Minnows

Immortal Treasure I/II/III

Chests are rewarded at these levels to start:

  • I — 1, 10, 22, 34, 46, 80, 210
  • II — 1, 98, 113, 140, 152, 220
  • III — 1, 167, 176, 191, 200, 230

After these levels, you receive the treasure every 30 levels.

At level 125, you get a bonus set of 3; at 375, you receive a set of 10.

Wagering

You get extra Tokens, whether basic or Tribute, as follows:

  • Level 4 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 32 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 72 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 89 — Tribute, 3x 250
  • Level 110 — Basic, +500
  • Level 135 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 173 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 194 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 263 — Basic, +500
  • Level 365 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 383 — Basic, +1000
  • Level 455 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 555 — Tribute, 15x 1000
  • Level 645 — Tribute, 3x 1000

(We promise Level 555 isn’t a typo. That’s 15.)

Weekend Battle Cup Ticket

Tickets are awarded at levels 1, 42 and 137.

Player Cards

Sets of 5 Card Packs are awarded at levels 1, 3, 7, 12, 20, 30, 44, 53, 65, 86 and 104.

A set of 3 Premium Card Packs are rewarded at levels 145 and 175, then every 30 levels thereafter; a one-time set of 15 is rewarded at 487.

Taunts

Taunt rewards are as follows, in level order:

  • Level 1 — Jakiro: Fluid Mechanics
  • Level 14 — Clinkz: Xylobones
  • Level 38 — Techies: We Have Liftoff
  • Level 95 — Winter Wyvern: Pleasant Distraction
  • Level 119 — Kunkka: Step Lively
  • Level 182 — Storm Spirit: In the Spirit of Peace
  • Level 275 — Lifestealer: Chain Break Dance
  • Level 345 — Crystal Maiden: Making Friends

Chat Emoticons

Pack I, Level 5

Pack II, Level 24

Pack III, Level 143

Double Down

Additional double-down opportunities are awarded at levels 255 and 395.

Earned Rewards

Fountain Effect

Effects are upgraded at levels 2, 101 and 155.

Teleport Effect

Effects are upgraded at Levels 2, 101 and 155.

Rylai’s Wheel of Blessing

Wheel opportunities are awarded at Levels 8, 16, 48, 59, 128, 147, 170, 185, 215, 277, 405, 495, 545, 627, and 665.

Chat Wheel Sounds

Level 26:

  • Ba-dum tshh (rimshot)
  • Charge (trumpet)
  • Frog (ribbit)
  • Crash and burn (airplane)
  • Applause

Level 107:

  • Sad trombone
  • Crickets
  • Drum roll (snare drum)
  • Headshake (wububububububub)
  • Crybaby

Level 157:

  • Patience from zhou
  • 玩不了啦! (I can’t play anymore!)
  • Боже, ты посмотри вокруг, что происходит! (God, look around at what’s happening!)

Level 207:

  • WAOW (waow)
  • 破两路更好打, 是吧? (It’s easier to play with two lanes down, right?)
  • Жил до конца, умер как герой (Lived to the end, died as a hero)

Level 257:

  • THEY’RE ALL DEAD!
  • 天火! (Sunfire! [slang for Sunstrike])
  • Ай-ай-ай-ай-ай, что сейчас произошло! (Ay-ay-ay-ay-ay, what just happened!?)

Level 307:

  • Brutal. Savage. Rekt.
  • 加油! (Cheer up!)
  • Это ГГ (It’s GG)

Level 357:

  • It’s a DISASTAH!
  • 走好, 不送 (Goodbye, don’t see me out)
  • Это. Просто. Нечто. (It’s/That’s. Just. Something.)

Item Effects

  • Level 16 — Blink Dagger Level 1
  • Level 62 — Eul’s Scepter
  • Level 92 — Blink Dagger Level 2
  • Level 131 — Force staff
  • Level 161 — Bottle
  • Level 197 — Phase Boots
  • Level 425 — Dagon
  • Level 525 — Maelstrom
  • Level 615 — Mekanism
  • Level 675 — Radiance
  • Level 1245 — Shiva’s Guard

River Vials

Vials available this Battle Pass are as follows:

  • Level 68 — Chrome Vial
  • Level 122 — Dry Vial (“dries out” river)
  • Level 315 — Slime Vial
  • Level 465 — Oil Vial
  • Level 575 — Electric Vial
  • Level 805 — Potion Vial
  • Level 1905 — Blood

Level Up Effects

Available at Level 50.

Kunkka & Tidehunter Announcer Pack

Available at Level 75.

Trust of the Benefactor

Available at levels 83, then 235, and every 50 levels thereafter.

Reef’s Edge Terrain

Available at Level 150.

Prestige Item For Kunkka

Available at Level 225.

Io Arcana

Available at Level 245.

Creep Deny Effect

Available at Level 305.

Collector’s Aegis (real-life physical item)

Available at Level 1000


FULL DESCRIPTIONS

Baseline Features

Just want in on the sweet Compendium, and a few nifty things? For $9.99, you already get a few neat rewards, plus the pride of putting in approximately $2.49 or so towards the prize pool.

The International 7 Compendium

The in-game feature that started the super-prize-pool fad, this is a must-have for any esports fan. This interactive reward is stuffed with not just information about esports’s biggest event, but also prediction and fantasy draft options that gets the community talking every year.

At the moment, available Compendium features are:

  • Invites—A simple list of the teams that will attend The International, plus those that fought in the Regional Qualifiers.
  • Casters—COMING SOON—Probably where they’ll announce all the talent for The International. Stay tuned!
  • All Stars—Pick the players that will participate in the $100,000 All-Star Match. Fans can pick one of player for each “position” to put together two dream (or meme) teams.
  • Player Cards (see below)
  • Fantasy—Player Cards aren’t just for show. Here, you can make “fantasy” teams for each day of The International for Battle Pass points.
  • Favorite Team—Finally collect all five of your favorite team’s player cards? Here’s where you can opt into team rewards, such as the teleport effect, banner, and chat emoticon!
  • Predictions—Group Stage and Main Event predictions are available, including in-game milestones, heroes picked, and more. Previously, fans could predict which teams would make it through the Main Qualifiers.
  • Bracket—View the Main Event’s bracket, and make your prediction for a shot at Battle Points.

Quests

One of the more tedious ways to earn Battle Pass points is through missions, but it’s also a display of tenacity. Starting tasks include “Win a game with a Strength hero” and go all the way up to “Kill heroes with Luna’s Lucent Beam”—which, by the way, includes kills from beam flurries in her ultimate Eclipse.

Each batch of quests works towards a different cosmetic reward. For Path of the Navigator, you earn a Shoreline Sapper for Ogre Magi, in which the two-headed genius(es?) boast a snorkel and floaty tube — because smart people know how to swim safe. Path of the Wavebreaker rewards you with Luna’s Reef Kyte Rider, an item set with a fin-ful mount.

Most interestingly, Path of the Rising Tide is a “team quest,” meaning everyone in your game’s team must cooperate to achieve these. You can carry through some of these objectives, such as the one that rewards First Blood, First Tower Kill and First Roshan kill in a single game, but some of them, such as “Smoke and kill an enemy with 2 teammates” won’t fly like that. Finishing this gives Spines of the Sunken Gaoler, a spiky Slardar skin with a prickly-looking spear.

Siltbreaker Campaign

Valve

Within the Battle Pass is Valve’s first-ever official co-op campaign, and first non-tutorial storyline mode. By performing well in the mode, you can earn chests, and potentially the Desert Sands Baby Roshan courier if you’re super-efficient. While infamously difficult, it’s a great break away from the wear and tear of regular matchmaking with a few allies.

Part I is currently out; Part II is planned for release later this season.

The International Matchmaking

Want to try to redeem your Matchmaking Rating? The International Ranked option allows you to re-calibrate into a new season-long MMR reflecting your current state of play. At the end of the season, if you’ve played 40 games in this mode, you have the option to replace your actual MMR with this one.

TI7 Music Pack

Long-time fans wouldn’t think that Dota 2 needs another outstanding dramatic music pack, but here we are anyway. (And it’s certainly a treat if this is your first time picking up the soundtrack add-on.) This year, the Battle Pass music is composed by Jack Wall, known for his Mass Effect 1 & 2 scores. The fresh in-game soundtrack option feels more along the lines of Hans Zimmer’s darker scores. The cinematic feel will make any game feel like a present-day action-adventure flick.

Seasonal Terrain—Spring

The Dota 2 terrain already looks like summer, given its lush green on the Radiant side and heat-induced barren aesthetic on the Dire side. So, the Battle Pass opts for the Spring aesthetic instead, introducing gorgeous blooming pink trees with a spring-like greenness to the rest of the landscape. Even a few trees in Dire can’t resist the season. And of course, throughout the map, petals softly glide across the screen to kill your FPS. Unfortunately, it only lasts until the end of the Battle Pass, so it’s worth getting it sooner than later.

(Also great for anime jokes.)

TI7 Cursor Pack

While the cursor design is extremely minimal and simple, if you’re looking for a nice change in pace, it’s worth a look.

Slark’s Riptide Rumble

Once a week, if you complete three games of Dota 2, you’ll get a go at Slark’s Riptide Rumble, an upside-down Plinko machine. Most slots have battle points, but lucky players will earn a Relic that provides an in-game effect for any heroes they choose to play.

Arcana Voting

Has your favorite hero not gotten a nifty Arcana? Now you can vote for what hero you feel deserves a $30 cosmetic. Not for nothing, either, given they’re usually pretty sick; past Arcanas have included animation changes, extra weapons, unusual stances, icon swaps, and spectacular particles.

In-Game Spectator Predictions

If you’re watching a live game and are absolutely sure a team will smoke gank four times, it’s your time to shine. At the start of live games, an in-game predictions tab will pop up, allowing you to predict a variety of game events including tower kills, rampages, support pick-ups and more.

Queue Trivia

Join a lobby of thousands of others across the world—and the others in your party—to show off your Dota 2 knowledge. While you queue, a trivia game will pop up, testing your knowledge of items, heroes and more in the game. It’s not for nothing, though, as you can earn points through related Achievements.

Achievements

Like Steam achievements, except you get Battle Points for unlocking them. The tasks vary, from Battle Pass gifting to Siltbreaker, but all help you boost your level just a bit more.

(Access To) TI7 Collector’s Cache

Yes, you read that right: you need to buy a thing in order to buy a thing. But it’s completely worth it to many, as, at $2 instead of most chests’ $2.50, you get a chance at one of over two dozen Workshop items, all themed like the deep sea. As a Battle Pass owner, there’s also a reward system for purchasing a certain number, with Battle Point rewards stacking for purchase amounts.

Prestige Towers

At the beginning of each game, in the pre-battle/loading phase, the game will add up each team’s total battle level. The sum will help determine what the team’s in-game towers will look like—and frankly, they definitely do look better as levels increase.

Level One Rewards

There are a few cool items you get the second your Battle Pass unlocks. Aside from what we’ve talked about above, you don’t need to grind out Battle Points if you want these items below. However, if you want more, that’s either more time or money on your part.

Hermes the Hermit Crab

Another year, another cutie pie to deliver items. This year is Hermes the Hermit Crab, which is exactly as stated: a hermit crab.

The real kicker is, just like any other real hermit crab, it can swap out its shell for something more favorable. In this case, you can level up your Battle Pass to replace the back with models of increasingly-expensive in-game items, from Brown Boots to the Eye of Skadi.

Here’s the home decor you can unlock for Hermes:

  • Level 1 —Normal (Shell)
  • Level 40 — Brown Boot
  • Level 116 — Level
  • Level 188 — Necronomicon
  • Level 287 — Boots of Travel
  • Level 362 —Lotus Orb
  • Level 515 — Octarine Core
  • Level 667 —Eye of Skadi
  • Level 2225 — 2017’s Aegis of Champions

Shifty Minnow

It’s bait. Literally. The “Shifty Minnow” is “Shifty” because it’s actually shifty, especially to the two barracudas swimming around it. But if you’re on deck to put in the weight and cast a line to hook this item’s alternative styles, it looks reel-y great in-game. (Let that line sink-er in.)

You can unlock four color schemes for this little guy:

  • Basic Minnows (Default)
  • Level 36 — Blue Minnows
  • Level 56 — Green Minnows
  • Level 297 — Purple Minnows
  • Level 502 —Golden Minnows

Immortal Treasure I/II/III

The Immortal Treasure returns again, with three iterations and about a dozen different skins per.

Chests are rewarded at these levels to start:

  • I — 1, 10, 22, 34, 46, 80, 210
  • II — 1, 98, 113, 140, 152, 220
  • III — 1, 167, 176, 191, 200, 230

After these levels, you receive the treasure every 30 levels.

At level 125, you get a bonus set of one of each; at 375, you receive a set of, including 4x I, 3x II and 3x III.

Wagering

Are you completely confident in your team and draft? Bet on it! Battle Pass owners are allowed a number of in-game “tokens,” based on level, that allow players to bet on their team’s victory. Tribute Tokens tack on an extra number for everyone on the team. The winning team gets their share in the form of Battle Points to level up their Pass.

Note: While you can increase the amount of Tokens you have each week, they reset every week anyway.

You get extra Tokens, whether basic or Tribute, as follows:

  • Level 4 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 32 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 72 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 89 — Tribute, 3x 250
  • Level 110 — Basic, +500
  • Level 135 — Tribute, 2x 250
  • Level 173 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 194 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 263 — Basic, +500
  • Level 365 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 383 — Basic, +1000
  • Level 455 — Tribute, 3x 500
  • Level 555 — Tribute, 15x 1000
  • Level 645 — Tribute, 3x 1000

(We promise Level 555 isn’t a typo. That’s 15.)

Weekend Battle Cup Ticket

The Battle Cup returns this Battle Pass; make a stack of five friends, new or old, and take on others at your tier. Each season, the top teams are offered a chance to earn a spot in their Regional Qualifiers, but it’s unsure how this will carry over with Valve’s new tournament system. Still, it’s a great chance to fight to win in a competitive setting.

Tickets are awarded at levels 1, 42 and 137.

Player Cards

If you’re an esports fan, now you can figuratively own a team. With Player Cards, a part of the TI7 Compendium portion, you can collect teams and players for Fantasy and Team perks.

With Fantasy, you can make a “dream team” that will earn you points based on their performance day-by-day at The International.

When you collect a full team, you unlock team emblem teleport and effigy effects; Gold and Silver teams will upgrade them.

Sets of 5 Card Packs are awarded at levels 1, 3, 7, 12, 20, 30, 44, 53, 65, 86 and 104.

A set of 3 Premium Card Packs are rewarded at levels 145 and 175, then every 30 levels thereafter; a one-time set of 15 is rewarded at 487.

Taunts

Valve have unleashed a wave of in-game taunts for a variety of heroes, all of which feature an extravagant animation with unique sound effects. You can unlock a solid breadth of fun, from Jakiro spinning to classical music, to Crystal Maiden making a new friend with a cute snow version of herself. And then there’s Lifestealer break-dancing — which is more like watching a three-year-old in the midst of a tantrum. Whether it’s for your own pleasure or the irritation of your opponents, it’ll spice up any game.

Taunt rewards are as follows, in level order:

  • Level 1 — Jakiro: Fluid Mechanics
  • Level 14 — Clinkz: Xylobones
  • Level 38 — Techies: We Have Liftoff
  • Level 95 — Winter Wyvern: Pleasant Distraction
  • Level 119 — Kunkka: Step Lively
  • Level 182 — Storm Spirit: In the Spirit of Peace
  • Level 275 — Lifestealer: Chain Break Dance
  • Level 345 — Crystal Maiden: Making Friends

Chat Emoticons

Emotes speak for themselves.

Pack I, Level 5:

Pack II, Level 24:

Pack III, Level 143:

Double Down

Confident about your ranked game? Double Down, and you will either win or lose twice as much MMR as you would for your match. It can be a blessing or a curse—but that’s up to how your team does.

Additional double-down opportunities are awarded at levels 255 and 395.

Earned Rewards

A prediction, quest, or wager (or purchases) can bump up your Battle Pass level, giving you more new treats from the Battle Pass. If you choose, upon buying your Battle Pass, you can purchase it at a much higher price with 75 levels instead of one, giving you a solid share of prizes and rewards from day one (but not level one, obviously). No matter how you go about it, there’s a sea of treats waiting.

Fountain Effect

Now the fountain can help you pretty up while you heal with new particle effects. Imaginary water kicks up around you as you roam your healing spot, making for a subtle but fun reason to return when a fight’s gone dangerously long.

Effects are upgraded at levels 2, 101 and 155.

Teleport Effect

Going with the water theme, you can now teleport in style with TI7’s effects.

Effects are upgraded at Levels 2, 101 and 155.

Rylai’s Wheel of Blessing

The item wheel is back, giving you the chance to nab a few neat random items from any time in Dota 2 history, whether a courier, a set, a treasure, or even an Arcana.

Wheel opportunities are awarded at Levels 8, 16, 48, 59, 128, 147, 170, 185, 215, 277, 405, 495, 545, 627, and 665.

Chat Wheel Sounds

Ever wanted to irritate your stack and opponents with the Chat Wheel? Ok, how about even more? The Chat Wheel Sounds provide a great mix of generic motivational clips and small lines from Valve events past.

The sounds are as follows:

Level 26:

  • Ba-dum tshh (rimshot)
  • Charge (trumpet)
  • Frog (ribbit)
  • Crash and burn (airplane)
  • Applause

Level 107:

  • Sad trombone
  • Crickets
  • Drum roll (snare drum)
  • Headshake (wububububububub)
  • Crybaby

Level 157:

  • Patience from zhou
  • 玩不了啦! (I can’t play anymore!)
  • Боже, ты посмотри вокруг, что происходит! (God, look around at what’s happening!)

Level 207:

  • WAOW (waow)
  • 破两路更好打, 是吧? (It’s easier to play with two lanes down, right?)
  • Жил до конца, умер как герой (Lived to the end, died as a hero)

Level 257:

  • THEY’RE ALL DEAD!
  • 天火! (Sunfire! [slang for Sunstrike])
  • Ай-ай-ай-ай-ай, что сейчас произошло! (Ay-ay-ay-ay-ay, what just happened!?)

Level 307:

  • Brutal. Savage. Rekt.
  • 加油! (Cheer up!)
  • Это ГГ (It’s GG)

Level 357:

  • It’s a DISASTAH!
  • 走好, 不送 (Goodbye, don’t see me out)
  • Это. Просто. Нечто. (It’s/That’s. Just. Something.)

Item Effects

Aside from healing and ‘porting in style, now you can get neat themed effects when you use common items.

Rewards are as follows:

  • Level 16 — Blink Dagger Level 1
  • Level 62 — Eul’s Scepter
  • Level 92 — Blink Dagger Level 2
  • Level 131 — Force staff
  • Level 161 — Bottle
  • Level 197 — Phase Boots
  • Level 425 — Dagon
  • Level 525 — Maelstrom
  • Level 615 — Mekanism
  • Level 675 — Radiance
  • Level 1245 — Shiva’s Guard

River Vials

After great reception in prior Battle Passes, River Vials make their return in this Battle Pass. This item allows you to fill the river with a custom visual effect, once per effect per game.

Vials available this Battle Pass are as follows:

  • Level 68 — Chrome Vial
  • Level 122 — Dry Vial (“dries out” river)
  • Level 315 — Slime Vial
  • Level 465 — Oil Vial
  • Level 575 — Electric Vial
  • Level 805 — Potion Vial
  • Level 1905 — Blood

Level Up Effects

This neat item is not only the only item that doesn’t have multiple upgrades or versions, but it gives a deep sense of satisfaction each time you hit that XP mark.

Available at Level 50.

Kunkka & Tidehunter Announcer Pack

If you’ve ever wanted something a little more eloquent than the Pirate Announcer Pack, the seafarers Kunkka and Tidehunter, known as sworn enemies, have come together to add some spice to your games. The pack features such lines as “They're fishing for guppies with cannon fire” and “What's the scuttle butt, anyway?”

Available at Level 75.

Trust of the Benefactor

A treasure for treasures—both literal and figurative. Owners can unlock any of the three Immortal Chests, plus an “ultra-rare” chance of a selection of extremely coveted Dota 2 items. Namely, 200 Dragonclaw Hooks, 50 Golden Doomlings, 25 Monarch Bows and a few thousand more limited-run items are up for grabs for those that are so lucky.

Available at levels 83, then 235, and every 50 levels thereafter.

Reef’s Edge Terrain

The intimidating, vast landscape of deep reefs and continental shelves are captured beautifully and impeccably in the Reef’s Edge terrain reward.

With the Battle Pass’s greenish-blue hue captured in its atmosphere, you battle across a field of seaweed, coral, debris, and all sorts of lurking fish. In battle, you cross river of rusted pipes, towards rocky towers with green slime that any beachgoer will recognize (though it’s blocked by Prestige towers at the moment). When the sun sets, an ominous large creature wails for all to hear; in the morning, the chirps of smaller creatures and awakening gentle giants echo across the field.

The best part is, it doesn’t sacrifice the visual cues of the original Dota 2 map, making it an essential collector’s item for any Dota 2 player—and any gamer passionate about the art of level design. It also comes with a beautiful painted loading screen.

Available at Level 150.

Prestige Item For Kunkka

Possibly one of the most visually interesting items out there (and not in a bad way), Kunkka’s Prize of the Saltworn Mariner is a neat diver-themed shoulder item that’s a great addition to the inventory of not just Kunkka fans, but Dota 2 collectors far and wide.

If your Prestige Item isn’t cool enough still, you can complete a new quest path exclusively for those who have reached this level. Doing so unlocks an extra style, giving the item an eerie green glow and replacing his iconic ghost ship with a massive, monstrous ghost shark.

Available at Level 225.

Io Arcana

After the controversy of the Juggernaut vs Io Arcana vote, Valve has finally given the memers what they wanted and deserved: an Io Arcana. They really go off the hook with this one, though, as it’s meant to be a no-punches-pulled replica of Portal’s Companion Cube.

Available at Level 245.

Creep Deny Effect

“?” — A creep on your own team when you kill them, you monster.

A few months ago, Valve changed the Creep Deny effect—the icon you see above a creep or enemy’s head when they get killed by themself or a teammate— from a question mark to an exclamation point, causing a mild degree of confusion and outrage. This Battle Pass reward lets you re-experience an iconic piece of the past.

Available at Level 305.

Collector’s Aegis (real-life physical item)

A tradition that began with TI5, this metal collector’s replica of the Aegis of Champions, the trophy of The International, is offered as a real-life prize to those who reach Level 1000. If you were to do purchase-only leveling for this item, it’d set you back $424.09, but surely Valve sees this as a way to reward not only financial expenditure, but hours upon hours of hard gaming work as well.

Available at Level 1000