Hello TFT players! The meta hasn’t changed much other than Eldersol being a bit less strong and Kayle becoming the best comp, so I’ll be going over more general advice instead of meta specific. Let’s get started.
Tip – Champions And Items
TFT is all about figuring out your comp and comps are all about finding a balance between the champions and items you get. If you get a ton of Duelists but only have Rods and Tears, there’s no way you can top four with Duelists. And on the opposite side of the coin, if you get a ton of bows but can’t find any Kayles, maybe you should pivot into Olaf or something else.
There are exceptions to this: if you get 3-star units, you can throw those into most comps or make a new one. Or, if you have a ton of gold and are ahead in XP, you can still force comps. Finally, you can use pretty much any items or champions to get into legendary units and legendaries can use almost any item effectively.
A lot of this tip is based on feel and experience, however, take a look at RazmaGaming’s item guide for a bit more guidance.
Trick – Roll 10 Gold Sometimes
Every now and then you’re streaking, either loss streaking, or usually for this trick, win streaking, and you need just a bit more strength. Maybe you want that extra spike for the last two rounds into PvE or maybe you’re trying to cash out your Fortune stacks. Sometimes it’s ok to roll just a little bit of gold.
Now don’t go crazy, but going from 50 to 40 when you can’t level up just to find that extra synergy or finish that pair is fine. If I could guarantee two wins for only 10 gold, I would take it every time past stage two.
Please note: it’s almost always better to go as quickly to level seven and then eight as possible. This is just a trick telling you that it’s ok to roll before then.
Tech – Brawlers And Dragonsouls
I just wanted to highlight two of the strongest early-game synergies: Brawler and Dragonsoul.
There’s not much to say about them. They both do a ton of damage and resist a ton of damage because of the champions.
Just use these synergies to streak into Kruggs and have fun. They both can make complete comps, six Brawlers or Six Dragonsouls, and both can pivot out.
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