TFT Tips, Tricks & Tech

Hello TFT players! I live in the magical land of Texas where despite producing more than twice the amount of energy as any other state, our utilities apparently go boom every decade or so. However, I’m caught up with power, water, work, and most importantly, just caught back up with TFT and got back to Master. Here’s some hot tips that got me 130 LP in two days.

Tip – More Threats Good

Did you just get perfect items for your level-two Olaf? Great! Now what?

I’ll tell you what: make more threats. Get a morello for your Morg, some random damage items for your Samira, maybe even Thief’s Gloves for Swain. Get some level-two legendaries as well.

The reason being that there’s a lot of burst, CC, and Lee Sin exists. So, if you have more than one threat, you can spread out your champs, and if one dies, you’re still good because another champion can carry the fight.

Trick – Roll Six For A Better Chosen

Shoutout to one of my friends, Andross, for this tip.

At level six, you no longer get offered one-cost Chosens. That, along with the increased chance of rolling Chosens, means you can probably roll 10 gold at level six and get a two or three-cost Chosen that’ll be good enough to streak you into seven, or even eight. Sometimes, you may even get a Chosen that’ll give you direction like a Fabled or Elderwood Chosen.

Tech – Start Rod

I do not like high variance, so if I’m guaranteed a top four, I usually take it. You know what lends itself to low variance the most? Rod.

Literally every item is good on it. I don’t mind starting any of the eight items that come out of Rod.

Also, three of the top comps, A’Sol, Neeko and Kayle love Rod starts, so have fun!

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@Kevin_Fornari

Fornari

Hi, I'm Fornari and I've been playing TFT since the day of release, peaking at 269th NA (nice) season two, and finishing either Diamond 2 or Master every season. I've been coaching for three years, including over a year of TFT coaching.

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