Hello TFT players! Welcome to TFT Tips, Tricks and Tech where we give you the hottest strats to dominate. We’re seeing a lot of AP and Recurve Bows, so let’s see how we can counter the meta.
Tip – When In Doubt, Legendary It Out
Have you been following our tips from last week? If so, you may find yourself streaking out of your mind but with no idea what comp to go. Well, that’s no problem with the newest TFT strategy™: just throw in legendaries 4Head.
In this meta, you should almost always hold legendaries, especially Kayns, Yones and legendaries that synergize with your comp. Let’s say you have a bunch of AP, but no defined comp or carry. Then, out of nowhere, you find a Kayn. Throw those AP items onto Kayn and keep the rest of your comp the same.
For example, It’s better to run four Dusk with level-two Kayn, Zilean, Azir, Lilia, even a random Yone, than six Dusk, especially if items are a problem.
Trick – Start Chain Vest
As we said last week, Chain Vest is arguably the best early-game item. In this meta, I personally believe it now is. It gives you access to two of the best items: Sunfire and GA.
Along with that, Solari, Titan’s Reslove and even Bramble Vest give you streaking power unmatched by any item other than Luden’s Echo, Deathblade and Thief’s Gloves. Having an item where five of eight possibilities give you near-unrivaled streaking and also great late-game scaling seems too good to pass up.
Tech – Adept
The best comps right now are Kayn, Veigar, Ashe/ Warwick and Zed. What do all these comps have in common? They rely on auto attacks for damage.
Wait, what do you mean Veigar and Kayn rely on autos for damage? Well, unless Veigar’s severely mispositioned or Kayn’s frontline is dead, they need autos to generate mana. How do we prevent autos? By teching a combination of Yone, Irelia and Shen.
For bonus memes, you can hold Msytics when there’s only a few players left to tech in four Mystics against those pesky spell casters.
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