Ultimate Guide to Best TFT Comps 9.22

Ultimate Guide to Best TFT Comps 9.22

A new Teamfight Tactics season means that we have a whole host of brand new champions and items somehow. It could also be a little more difficult to put all of them together in one coherent TFT set, as you have to work with elements now, as well as the fact that everything is new again. And we figured we would once again give you the best TFT comps list for the actual patch–9.22 with the new start.

Set 2 comps TFT [9.22]

You need teams with a lot of synergy, optimum articles and decent abilities that will support all your champions to make the most success in TFT’s set 2. It seems that some variations of roots and groups have certainly worked very well together for the time being.

This TFT comp has the best TFT game courtesy “Scarra” and it’s doozy. Poison Ranger TFT comp The idea is to build up your guards and champions of poison while playing key champions to get their items signed and put together. The defensive wall is also very good for Taric.

  • Champions:
    • Second Row: Dr Mundo, Taric, Yorick
    • Third Row: Singed
    • Back Row: Kindred, Twitch, Ashe, Vayne
  • Items for carries:
    • Ashe: Talisman of Light, Runaan’s Hurricane x2
    • Singed: Morellonomicon, Hextech Gunblade (?)
    • Twitch: Warmog’s Armor, Sword Breaker
  • Poison Ranger gameplan:
    • When to create –With lot of poison champions to combine and decent items. You can easily move from champions of the light like Nasus.
    • Mid-game –Dr. Mundo is great transition to Poison, whereas Singed is potentially little bit distracted as he just wanders around with Morellonomicon and Hextech Gunblade.
    • Top Tip Nami is great option when you hit nine winners, behind the rest of the champions. Only move the other champions forward on this line and let Nami increase her allies with the mare wave in the middle.

Shadow Invitants Comp TFT

The Shadow Invitants One of the biggest TFT-Set 2 comps. With this comp, you’ll probably find it difficult to get all pieces, because there are many costly champions to build to Star Rank 2. Nonetheless, if you can pull this off, particularly with a fully exposed Malzahar, it is quite difficult to stop.

  • Champions:
    • Second Row: Yasuo, Master Yi, Yorick, Scion
    • Back Row: Malzahar, Zed, Janna, Kindred
  • Items for carries:
    • Master Yi: Deathblade, Dragon’s Claw
    • Kindred: Seraph’s Embrace
    • Malzahar: Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Seraph’s Embrace, Morellonomicon
  • Shadow Summoner gameplan:
    • When to create – Fast alignment and good success with the Shadow and Summoners and Seraph’s Embrace.
    • Mid-game – It is the champion to concentrate on getting the products for Malzahar.
    • Top Tip – Make sure that your champions sit on the front line as much as possible.

Poison Glacial comp TFT

there are some champions that you can leave on their own devices at this Poison Glacial TFT comp, although it depends heavily upon the right items being received from Olaf and Twitch. The remaining champions will be a synergy feature and will be a buffer for your leading DPS dealers.

  • Champions:
    • First Row: Braum (middle)
    • Second Row: Singed
    • Third Row: Volibear, Olaf, Twitch, Ezreal, Dr Mundo, Warwick
  • Items for carries:
    • Olaf: Hush, Bloodthirster
    • Twitch: Red Buff, Frozen Mallet, Runaan’s Hurricane
    • Singed: Morellonomicon
  • Poison Glacial gameplan:
    • When to create – A decent number of glaciers, especially if you get Volibear and Warwick.
    • Mid-game – Have the proxy to keep products customised by Twitch for synergy. Then sell that champion and knock on his items as soon as you get Twitch.
    • Top Tip – The position of Sed depends on where you place him when playing with the trajectory in which he moves.

TFT is not the same as the first comp. Ghost invokers comp. The TFT comp Light Summoner has mostly different champions and uses Vayne and Zed to bear super.

  • Champions:
    • First Row: Jax, Yorick, Nasus
    • Second Row: Aatrox (position on the opposite end with the gap in the formation caused by the first row)
    • Third Row: Azir, Vayne, Sivir
    • Fourth Row: Zed
  • Items for carries:
    • Vayne: Runaan’s Hurricane, Giant Slayer, Guinsoo’s Rageblade
    • Zed: Guardian Angel, Redemption, Talisman of Light
    • Sivir: Red Buff
  • Light Summoners gameplan:
    • When to create – Getting Knights and Imperials on and an early blowjacket.Mid-game – Vayne needs her items absolutely, but don’t neglect your front tanks. With its high damage ability, Aatrox can certainly help.
    • Top Tip – Have a leader of the proxy serve as a manufacturer of the things so that you can get the rewards early.’

Glacial Berserker comp TFT

A fun way to build next, although a lot of things are needed to get started. Based on how many Glacial Effects fly across the screen onto the enemy team, the Glacial Berserker can be one of the most difficult TFTs to cope avec when it is in use. However, it has two champions on which the bulk of the damage depends.

  • Champions:
    • Second Row: Warwick
    • Third Row: Ornn, Braum
    • Fourth Row: Volibear, Ezreal, Kindred, Olaf, Scion,
  • Items for carries:
    • Olaf: Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Sword Breaker, Deathblade
    • Kindred: Ionic Spark, Rapid Firecannon, Bloodthirster
    • Scion: Thornmail, Frozen Mallet
  • Glacial Berserker gameplan:
    • When to create –That one needs lot of specific items to work with, so you’re good to go if you have three Olaf items or Kindred items.
    • Mid-game –Glacial rewards are important for the win and the Frozen Mallet will ready you for more roughing match later. Have an Olaf and Kindred things proxy character before you get them.
    • Top Tip –It’s important to protect your champions Olaf and Kindred, but make sure there are tanker champions such as Volibear and Scion right on the edges.

Shadow Blademaster comp TFT

The Shadow Blademasters are another decent option for TFT Set comps. That takes fewer pieces to get going easily and is just one of the simplest top-level champions to create with. Nonetheless, you still fight for Janna and Kindred’s preferences.

  • Champions:
    • First Row: Master Yi, Scion (middle of the row)
    • Third Row: Kindred, Janna, Sivir
    • Fourth Row: Malzahar, Kha’Zix
  • Items for carries:
    • Kindred: Blade of the Ruined King, Seraph’s Embrace
    • Master Yi: Deathblade, Guinsoo’s Rageblade
    • Sivir: Sword Breaker, Runaan’s Hurricane
  • Shadow Blademaster gameplan:
    • When to create – A good choice of champions from the Shadows and
    • Mid-game – The challenge is for high priority champions such as Kindred, Janna and Sivir to compete.
    • Top Tip – Rengar is your main champion, while Akali is perfect for the teamwork of late games. Have them as far as possible at opposite ends of the lower column.