TFT Set 8 Tier List – Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot – Week 2

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Best TFT Comps for Set 8 Patch 13.3

S: Samira, Lee Sin, Lasercorps, Kaisa Recon, Ox Force Viego, Threats, Anima Miss Fortune, Yuumi,
A: Jax, Gangplank Supers, Renekton Reroll, Soraka, Zoe Reroll, Leblanc Reroll, 4 Ace Mech, Super Draven, Vi Ezreal Reroll, Talon, Vertical Star Guardian, Spellslinger Taliyah, Duelists, MF Mech, Camille Reroll, Sureshot Reroll, Anima Jinx,
B: Brawler Ashe, Lulu Reroll, Kayle Reroll, Nasus Reroll, Duelist Reroll, Wukong Reroll,
C: TBD,

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TFT Comps Tier List Set 8

S Tier: Best TFT Comps – Highly Flexible or Very Strong

Sureshots

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
This comp is very strong and has a smooth transition from early to mid to late game if you understand how to play AD flex boards at different stages of the game. Due to its consistency and late game strength it’s S tier.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Last Whisper (100% required)
  • AD items and Healing item on Samira
  • Good frontline

Item Holder: Ashe, Kayle, Sivir, Senna

How to Play:
Since this is a comp that mainly comes online at level 8, try to play strongest board until 4-5 where you level to 8 to roll for your 2* 4 cost units like Samira, Zac/Sej/Ekko and 5 cost units like Aphelios, Urgot and Fiddlesticks. Early game is simple, can play recon units to hold AD items with Ashe/Vayne or Sureshot if you get Sivir + Senna early. Frontline is flexible, can be Defenders, Mascots or Brawlers. If your HP is getting low and/or you’re heavily contested, you are forced to roll at 4-1 at level 7 instead.

Note: If you are forced to roll at level 7 and find only 1 Samira but have a Senna 2*, itemize the Senna until you get a Samira 2*. This is because Senna 2* is stronger than Samira 1*, and it is important to understand that we have to play our strongest board while we are in the process of transitioning. Make sure you have a lot of frontline because without it, your Sureshots won’t be given enough time to do damage. If you find Urgot + Fiddlesticks, you should drop Senna and Sivir and play 2 Sureshots instead. Also, if you are able to get Aphelios 2 or get an early Aphelios, he’s actually a good late game carry now due to extensive buffs and can carry you to a high placement. In this instance, you dont even need to play Samira at all unless you have enough AD items to duo carry, and play Sivir instead. Samira is just a reliable unit to 2* at level 8, but if you have the means to go 9 or find aphelios 2* at 8 he is a far better late game carry.

Items:

  • Samira items: Last Whisper, Hextech Gunblade, HoJ, Infinity Edge, Giant Slayer, Deathblade, Rageblade, Runaan’s
  • Frontline/Bruiser items on Zac/Sej/Ekko
  • Aphelios items: Deathblade, Infinity Edge, Rageblade, Runaan’s, Giant Slayer, Last Whisper

Core:

  • 2 or 4 Sureshot, at least 2 Civilian

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, you don’t necessarily need a Samira augment, you could use any frontline augment or a utility augment like Sivir’s Endless Pizza as well, but both Samira Hero augments are preferred, especially Daredevil. Aphelios Hero Augments are really good as well.

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Freelo Sin Hearts

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Like the comp name suggests this comp is literally free elo. It’s very reasonable to obtain it this patch if you get a 2-1 or 3-2 Hero augment because of the 4 added rerolls. Extremely strong early and mid game, still strong late game.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Cleansing Safeguard Augment
  • Lee Sin Bruiser/Tank items

Item Holder: Lee Sin, Sona, Soraka

How to Play:
This comp is literally just pick the Cleansing Safeguard augment and put Tank/Bruiser items on Lee. You typically play 2 Brawler, 2 Admin 4 Hearts at level 6, and if you are contested for reroll then you simply just push levels. At level 7 try to play a second Lee Sin, and as you push 8 you can add in useful 5 costs like Urgot/Fiddle. If you are able to reroll and hit Lee Sin 3 (aka uncontested or only contested by 1 person) you can reroll for Sona as well and use her as your main backline carry. If you are pushing tempo, simply use Sona to carry Blue/Shojin and other AP items midgame and transfer these items to Soraka late game.

Items:

  • Lee Sin items: Titan’s Resolve, Ionic Spark, Sunfire Cape, Dragon’s Claw, Warmog’s, Bramble’s Vest, Redemption, Protector’s Vow, Quicksilver
  • Sona/Soraka items: Blue Buff, Spear of Shojin, Hextech Gunblade, Jeweled Gauntlet, Giant Slayer

Core:

  • 4 Hearts 2 Brawler

Augments: First Aid Kit, Cybernetic Uplink, Second Wind, Ascension, Golden Ticket, Think Fast

HERO AUGMENTS: YOU CAN ONLY PLAY THIS WITH CLEANSING SAFEGUARD.

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  • CCing Lee Sin. Some people say Jinx is good

Lasercorps Zed

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
It doesn’t seem changing the LaserCorps intervals affects this comp’s placements much. In fact, since 5 LaserCorps is very reasonably attainable midgame this is a very mild buff to the comp overall.

Last Week’s Rank: A

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Edge of Night
  • Ionic Spark or Statikk Shiv is nice
  • Lasercorps Emblem bumps it up a tier

Item Holder: Ashe, Kayle, Jax, Vayne, Kaisa, Ezreal

How to Play: Gameplay
Going 9 Lasercorps is a great way to get top 1/2. However, you need two Spats to get that so it’s a bit hard to get. Before that, you can just play Duelists or any strong board into level 7 then roll down for 6 Lasercorps. With 6 Lasercorps, you are most likely playing for top 4 instead of winning out, whereas 9 Lasercorps has a higher chance to get top 2.

Items:

  • Zed items: Edge of Night, Runaan’s Hurricane, Guardbreaker, Giant Slayer, Deathblade, Infinite Edge, Titan’s Resolve, Rageblade, Last Whisper
  • Sejuani: Sunfire, Redemption, Bramble, Dragonclaw, any tank item
  • Mordekaiser: Any leftover AP items

Core:

  • 5 Lasercorps

Augments: Lasercorps Heart/Crest/Crown

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Kai‘Sa Recon

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Since this comp was pretty much unaffected by the patch, it will remain in S tier due to its sheer potential if you hit.
NOTE: If you have 4 Recon, you do NOT need Jeweled Gauntlet. However, with the crit changes, excess crit just converts to more damage.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Good frontline and Kai’Sa items

Item Holder: Lulu, Kai’Sa, Ezreal, Lux

How to Play: 2 Hour Guide | Gameplay | Double Trouble
As with other AP comps, play strong AP openers like Gadgeteen or Recon Defenders with Lulu, Lux or Ezreal as AP item holders until you find Kai’Sa. If you have something like Shiv or Rageblade you can just use Ashe to carry these items until you find Kai’Sa. In this meta, since Threats are such good frontline and utility, you’d rather play them with Recon. If you get a Recon augment you can play 4 Recon instead of 3. This comp has a heavy focus on Kai’Sa carry first, then Vayne. Make sure you get good tank items/frontline. Best user of Recon Emblem is Bel’Veth, but you can put on Urgot as well.

Items:

  • Kai’Sa items: Rageblade, Statikk Shiv, Jeweled Gauntlet, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Giant Slayer, Guardbreaker, Archangel Staff
  • Vayne items: AD + Attack Speed items
  • Others: Tank items

Core:

  • 3 Recon + Threats

Augments: Tri-Force, Double Trouble, Celestial Blessing, Jeweled Lotus, Second Wind, Pandora’s Bench, Cybernetic Implants, Cybernetic Uplink, Phony Frontline

The best Hero Augment for this comp probably is Ezreal’s Raider’s Spoils. It offers a strong early game with econ and since you keep him the entire game it’s a free Ornn item. Both Kai’Sa Hero Augments are usable, Vayne’s Into the NIght augment is good as well.

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Ox Force Viego

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Though this comp is still good, it does take a lot of highrolling to win out this patch due to successive nerfs to this comp. It’s still S tier though.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Viego Augment or AP Items

Item Holder: Renegades or any AP holder

How to Play: Gameplay
Fast 8 is usually the way to go since you need a lot of 4 cost units, but sometimes you can roll on 7 if you are super desperate. If you can get a Renegade Spat, look to put in 6 Renegades and put the Emblem on (in order of priority and depending on your items): Fiddlesticks/Miss Fortune/Urgot/Samira/Aurelion Sol/Soraka. 6 Renegades is far superior to 6 Ox Force but you need a Spat for that so you can’t always play it.

Items:

  • Viego Items: Ionic Spark (I usually find huge damage increases on this vs any other AP item), Jeweled Gauntlet, Rabadon’s, Healing item (HoJ is good if you have JG, Hextech Gunblade, Bloodthirster, or healing augment), any ‘usable’ damage item such as Guardbreaker or Giantslayer can work too
  • Tank Items: Any for Leona, Alistar

Core:

  • 3 Renegade, 2 Oxforce

Augments: Thrill of the Hunt, Ascension, Ox Force Crown, Ox Force Crest, Jeweled Lotus, Celestial Blessing, Portable Forge, Viego Augments,

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THREATS

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Usually the threats played are BelVeth, Aurelion Sol and Zac, but you can throw in extra threats like shown above. This comp is S tier if you have full items for both BelVeth and Aurelion Sol and have the Threat Level: Maximum augment. This comp was A tier last patch, putting it up to lower S tier because of Bel’Veth’s ability to be a viable late game carry. The issue is you can’t really match fully scaled endgame boards so this won’t be the top comp for sure.

Last Week’s Rank: A

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • BelVeth and Aurelion Sol items

Item Holder: Wukong, Camille for BelVeth, Lulu, Lux, Yuumi, Kai’sa for Aurelion Sol

How to Play:
You play your strongest board until you can get BelVeth and ASol, then start transitioning into a full Threat board. You can also opt to reroll Bel’Veth, Rammus and Cho’gath. If you hit 3* of all those units, that variation is S tier. Otherwise, you play BelVeth, Aurelion Sol and Zac. Zac can fit in any Threats variation because he’s good frontline. You add in Fiddlesticks later. Again, comp becomes S/S+ tier when you get the augment Threat Level: Maximum.

Core:

  • BelVeth, ASol, Zac

Augments: Threat Level: Maximum

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Miss Fortune Anima Squad

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Though I still believe Anima Squad and Miss Fortune are really good, it seems to not be at the absolute peak of strength so I will leave this at low S tier for now. It is S with Anima Augments though

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • AP items on Miss Fortune

Item Holder: Jinx, Lulu, Kai’Sa, Lux, Zoe, Leblanc

How to Play:
Miss Fortune (MF) is one of the most flexible carry units this set so she is heavily contested in high Challenger inhouse lobbies. There are many many ways to get to her, but a standard and simple way to navigate to her would be to play 3/5 Amina Squad early with Jinx carrying the AP items and then replacing her with MF later on. Another way would be to play Vayne and Kai’Sa duo carry, with Vayne carrying AD + Attack Speed items and Kai’Sa carrying AP items.

When you find MF 2*, replace Kai’Sa with her. She is extremely flexible and you can build a lot of units around her, but make sure your frontline is beefy enough. Because have multiple carries is very popular this set, you will want to put your AD/Attack Speed items on a secondary carry like Vayne, Belveth, Zed, Aphelios or Samira.

Items:

  • Miss Fortune items: Spear of Shojin, Archangel Staff, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Jeweled Gauntlet, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade, HoJ
  • Tank items on your frontline units.
  • AD/Attack Speed items on your secondary carry.

Core:

  • 3 Anima Squad, frontline units

Augments: Cybernetic Uplink, Axiom Arc, Celestial Blessing, Radiant Relics, Exiles, Battlemage

In terms of Hero augments, Bunny Mercenary allows MF to hit more units and survive longer to get more abilities in. This is better if youre desperate for board strength. Make it Rain generates a lot of gold, so if you’re high HP and have a stable board, taking this will give you the econ boost to go level 9 and add in powerful 5 cost units.

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Yuumi Reroll

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
This comp is making a big comeback in Challenger right now and can stabilize really hard early/midgame. It is borderline S tier right now.

Last Week’s Rank: N/A

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Low

Requirements:

  • 3* Yuumi, Supers (Gangplank is optional), try to get 3* Nilah and Rell

Item Holder: Lulu, Yuumi

How to Play: For this comp you want to slowrollroll at lvl 6 above 50g for Malphite 3, Yuumi 3, Lee Sin 3, Rell 3 and as many copies of Nilah as you can. The reason why we slowroll at 6 instead of 5 like the old Yuumi comp is because most of our reroll units are 2 and 3 costs. Being level 6 gives us better odds to hit these units. You have to stabilize at Stage 3-2 so look to stabilize by hitting 2* Supers and Yuumi and look for a Nilah.

Items:

  • Yuumi items: Blue Buff + AP items and Giantslayer
  • Tank items on Malphite and/or Nilah

Core:

  • 3 Supers 3 Star Guardian

Augments: Battle Mage, Second Wind, Tome, Ascension, Cybernetic Uplink, Featherweights, Luden’s Echo, Jeweled Lotus, First Aid Kit, Mascot Crest

For Hero augments, Predatory Precision is better for Yuumi as a carry but Zoomies is ok. However, both these augments seem kind of suboptimal since Predatory was nerfed. You actually prefer Malphite or Nilah augments for this. Rell’s Channelled Ferromancy is decent in this comp as well.

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Jax

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Jax and Bruisers were buffed this patch so this comp moves from middle of the pack to high A tier!

Last Week’s Rank: A

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Low

Requirements:

  • Good Jax items

Item Holder: Any early game AD unit until you find Jax

How to Play: 2 Hour Guide
Possibly one of the simplest comps this set, all you really do is play Brawlers. Use early game AD units like Ashe, Kayle, Draven etc to hold Jax items until you find him. At level 6 try to play at least 4 Brawlers, 6 if possible. At level 7 you want to play 6 Brawlers + Soraka for Heart and ADMIN. At level 8 you add in any useful unit. Good ADMIN traits are +Health every turn and anything that gives team Attack Speed or Ability Power. Even +AD is usable for Jax.

Items:

  • Jax items: There’s two build paths:
    • 1) Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Quicksilver, Bloodthirster is the first BiS build
    • 2) RFC, Jeweled Gauntlet, Rageblade is the second build
  • Soraka items: Blue buff/Shojin + AP items

Core:

  • 6 Brawler

Augments: Scoped weapons, Battlemage, Celestial Blessing, Knive’s Edge, Thrill of the Hunt, Jeweled Lotus, Second Wind, Brawler Crest, Brawler Heart, Brawler Crown

Both Jax Hero augments are good. Cull the Meek (Renekton augment), Invigorate (Lee Sin) and Boxing Lessons (Vi) are really good as well. Soraka augments are takeable as well.

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Gangplank Supers

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Because you can feasibly reroll for Flaming Ricochet (Gangplank carry Hero augment), which is absolutely busted, this comp is going to high A tier.

Last Week’s Rank:

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Low

Requirements:

  • Flaming Richochet
  • 3* units

Item Holder: Gangplank

How to Play:
As with any other 1 cost reroll comps, you typically roll at level 5 unless your econ is very high after Krugs (50+ gold), then you can roll at level 4 at 3-1 especially if you already have a lot of Gangplanks naturally. You don’t really want more Duelists after adding in your Supers, it’s better to add in more utility units/traits such as Aegis and Brawler.

Items:

  • Gangplank items: Blue Buff, HoJ, Titan’s Resolve, Bloodthirster, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Giant Slayer

Core:

  • 3* Supers

Augments: Flaming Richochet

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Renekton Reroll

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
This is only high A tier due to Renekton’s Reign of Anger Hero augment. Since you have 4 Hero augment rerolls this patch, you can try to fish for this at 2-1, and because this Hero augment is so strong, this comp is placed high A tier solely because of it.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Bruiser items on Renekton

Item Holder: Renekton

How to Play:
This comp is simple, you just roll for Renekton 3*. As with other 1* reroll comps, you econ up Stage 2, and generally you roll until 30g at 3-1 after Krugs for as many Renekton and Blitz copies possible. This is because if you don’t dump any exp points in Stage 2, 3-1 will be the last stage where you are level 4, which gives you a lot better odds to hit 1 costs as opposed to level 5. After, you econ back up and slowroll above 50g until you hit your renekton 3. Generally here you’ll play 4 brawler +1, perhaps ADMIN if the ADMIN trait is relevant. Here we just level up to put in 6 Brawler. Eventually, you’ll econ up and level to 8, and even 9, to play 4 Brawlers + useful legendaries like Fiddlesticks or Urgot or even 2* backline carries like Belveth, Aurelion Sol and Samira.

Items:

  • Renekton items: Titan’s Resolve, Gunblade/Bloodthirster, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Quicksilver
  • Tank items on Blitz, ideally Sunfire Cape + Ionic Spark
  • Damage items on your secondary carry late game.

Core:

  • At least 4 Brawler

Augments: Second Wind, Ascension, Brawler Heart, Brawler Emblem, Preparation, Makeshift Armor,

Hero Augment: REIGN OF ANGER ONLY

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Soraka Carry

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Soraka is good if you have BiS items and really good frontline, but it is not as consistent as the other top comps.

Last Week’s Rank:

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • AP items on Soraka

Item Holder: Lulu, Lux, Ezreal, Yuumi, Kai‘Sa, Zoe

How to Play:
Typically you just play Gadgeteen to get to Soraka, but you can play something like Recon Ezreal carry as well to get to her. Soraka items are important, especially Blue Buff so prioritize that if possible for higher placement. The core of the comp is Soraka, Leblanc, Zoe, Sona, and then frontline + utility units. You can and should duo carry, so Soraka can be duo carried with Leblanc/Taliyah/Aurelion Sol, etc.

Another variation of the comp is vertical ADMIN, meaning you play more ADMIN units to get higher bonuses. Typically this is played when you get an augment that adds additional ADMIN, whether through Emblem or Heart. This is actually a preferred variant of Soraka carry if you have a good 4 ADMIN trait (Gold generation variant early, AP on Kill, etc.) and if you can get 6 ADMIN without putting in too many fodder ADMIN units (typically you want 2+ ADMIN Emblems), this comp is nearly Exodia (meaning unmatched strength).

Items:

  • Soraka items: Blue Buff, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Jeweled Gauntlet, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade, Archangel Staff, HoJ
  • Tank items on your frontline units.
  • AP items on Secondary carry like Leblanc, AD/Attack Speed items on your secondary AD carry.

Core:

  • 4 ADMIN

Augments: Mana generation augments are good if you’re lacking in that department, Celestial Blessing is always good. In terms of Hero augments, Infuse is a good teamwide buff but if you have Blue Buff, it may be a little redundant for Soraka in terms of mana gain. Upgrade: Berserk seems good for damage because it’s basically an Ascension for Soraka so if you’re lacking damage, this may be better.

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Zoe Reroll

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
After letting the meta develop and analyzing the current state of thegame, Zoe actually feels a bit too slow to ramp up against other aggressive comps. Will lower her to A.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Blue on Zoe (Morellonomicon is really good as well and is heavily suggested if you don’t have Heart Spat)
  • Frontline items

Item Holder: Lulu, Ezreal

How to Play: Generally to play this comp you just play early Gadgeteen and move Blue Buff to Zoe once you find her. If you’re lose streaking, it is a good idea to roll a bit a 3-2 to find your Zoe, Leblanc and Annie 2. Sometimes if you are healthy, you don’t have to roll a lot and can manage to sack a few rounds to go 7 at 4-1 to roll hard to stabilize for your comp. Then, you can econ back up and slowroll above 50g because it is a 3 cost reroll comp. Once you hit, you can level up and add in 3 Prankster but ideally you get a usefull 5 cost like Urgot or Fiddle.

Items:

  • Zoe items: Blue Buff, Heart Emblem, Morellonomicon, Giant Slayer, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Jeweled Gauntlet, Hextech Gunblade
  • Frontline/Bruiser items on Ekko/Annie or Threats
  • Soraka/Leblanc items: Blue Buff + AP items

Core:

  • Prankster + Hacker + Heart

Augments: Heart Emblem, Heart Crown, Cybernetic Uplink, Luden’s Echo, Ascension, Phony Frontline, Prankster Emblem

In terms of Hero augments both Zoe Hero augments are good.

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Leblanc Reroll

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Along with Zoe reroll, it may have been too ambitious to put Leblanc reroll as S tier for this patch. You need infinite frontline + BiS Leblanc items so the requirements to place high are just too specific to make this comp truly S tier.

Last Week’s Rank: A

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • 3 Leblanc items, good frontline

Item Holder: Lulu, Lux, Ezreal until Leblanc

How to Play:
Since this is a 3 cost reroll comp, you want to play strongest board or lose streak while building a lot of econ so we can go level 7 at 4-1 to roll for our board. If you have components that are appropriate for this comp but really want a specific item (say, a second tear for blue buff), you can sack HP to get priority pick in carousel. If your HP is getting really low, it is suggested to stabilize at either 3-2 (at level 6) or 3-5 (at level 7 – this is only doable if you have an insane amount of econ and have no pairs to hit.) Roll at level 7 to find your 2* units then econ back up and slowroll above 50g to hit your 3* units. Level up to put in useful 5 cost units like Fiddlesticks and/or Urgot.

Note: Oftentimes you can’t get 3* Threats frontline (usually due to being contested by Recon players) so your standard frontlines will be Annie + Alistar + Ekko for Oxforce and Prankster. If you have ADMIN Spat/Augment(s) and your 4 ADMIN variant is very good (Gold ADMIN, AP on kill, etc.) you can play for 4/6 ADMIN instead.

Items:

  • Leblanc items: Blue Buff, Jeweled Guantlet, Hextech Gunblade, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Giant Slayer, Guardbreaker
  • Threat units/Ekko/Annie: Ionic Spark + Tank items
  • Soraka/Zoe/Sona items: Blue buff/leftover AP items

Core:

  • 2 Hackers, 2 Heart, 2 Spellslingers, 2 Admin, Threats

Augments: Golden Ticket, Tri Force, Thrill of the Hunt, Preparation, Exiles, Jeweled Lotus, Ascension, Trade Sector, Think Fast, Loaded Dice, Second wind, Cybernetic Uplink, Stand United, Luden’s Echo,

In terms of Hero augments, any Leblanc or Frontline Threat Augments are ok.

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4 Ace Mech

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
4 Ace actually feels a bit underwhelming this current patch so it will be A tier for now.

Last Week’s Rank: N/A

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Sett items, either a Mordekaiser and/or an Ace Emblem, backline DPS items

Item Holder: Since this version can be played either with Samira or MF carry, any early AD/AP holders are fine

How to Play: Depending on what your item situation looks like early game, you either play an AD or AP line early with 1/2/3 cost carries holding your future Ace units’ items. Frontline probably leans towards Defenders since you can transition into Sett really easily due to the fact that you already have Wukong, but Brawlers/Threats/Mascots can be played as well.

Optimally you go level 8 at either 4-2 or 4-5 and roll for your 4 cost units, but since this comp is really contested oftentimes you will have to roll at 7, most likely Stage 4-1, for a Sett and/or Ace carries. Once you stabilize, you level up to 8 to find a Mordekaiser. If you have an Ace Emblem, you can bypass the Morde and find your 4 Ace much quicker.

Items:

  • Miss Fortune items: Shojin, Jeweled Guantlet, Guardbreaker, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade, Rabadon’s Deathcap
  • Samira items: Last Whisper, HoJ, Infinity Edge, Giant Slayer, Deathblade, Rageblade, Runaan’s
  • Sett items: Bruiser/Tank items like Bloodthirster, Titan’s Resolve, Warmog’s, Redemption, Dragon’s Claw, Bramble’s Vest, Protector’s Vow
  • Mordekaiser items: AP items, bruiser items and Thief’s Gloves

Core:

  • 4 Ace+ Mech

Augments: Ace Emblem, Second Wind, Ascension, Cybernetic Uplink, Preparation, Celestial Blessing, Thrill of the Hunt, Cluttered Mind, Clear Mind

Good Hero Augments are any MF, Samira and Sett Hero augment, to be honest. If you get Make it Rain (Miss Fortune gold printing augment) at 3-2 it is an insta take in my opinion. The amount of gold you cumulatively get is too strong. Samira’s Daredevil is really really good for your team. Any Sett augment provides really good utility and frontline and Sett is the most contested unit this patch so they’re both takeable. If you get a Mordekaiser from 5 cost Hero Augment look to play this comp.

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Draven Reroll

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Again, Draven seems really really good given any of his Hero Augments. Due to his reliance on Hero Augment though, I’m reluctant to grant him S tier but if you have the right setup for him and hit your 3*s at a reasonable time it’s practically a guaranteed top 4.

Last Week’s Rank: A

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • AD items and Healing item on Draven

Item Holder: Ashe, Kayle until Draven

How to Play:
Try to build up economy until 3-2 where you level to 6 and roll for Draven 2* and Jax + Wukong for Mech. Roll for 3* Supers as well. Since you’re looking for a lot of 3* 2 costs in this comp, rolling for 6 is ideal. Then you try to push levels and add in 5 mech once you find a Leona.

Items:

  • Draven items: Last Whisper, Infinity Edge, Bloodthirster, Deathblade, HoJ, Giant Slayer, Rageblade

Core:

  • 3* Draven and Supers

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, both League of Draven and Ruthless Blades are decent. League of Draven is better as a solo Draven augment and boosts his attack damage by a lot.

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Ezreal + Vi Reroll

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If you get Unrelenting Force or Rising Spell Force this comp arguably becomes S tier, but will keep at A for now.

Last Week’s Rank: N/A

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Tank and AP items

Item Holder: Vi and Ezreal

How to Play:
Try to build up economy until 3-2 where you level to 6 and roll for your 3* 2 cost units which are Ezreal, Vi, Malphite and Lee Sin. Since you’re looking for a lot of 3* 2 costs in this comp, slowrolling above 50g at 6 is ideal.

Items:

  • Ezreal items: Blue Buff, Hextech Gunblade, AP items
  • Vi items: Titan’s’ Resolve + Tank items

Core:

  • 3* Ezreal, Vi and Supers

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, both Unrelenting Force and Rising Spell Force are highly preferred.

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Talon Reroll

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With the Talon buffs and the nerfs to other comps, Talon is borderline S tier right now but will place it in A tier for now.

Last Week’s Rank: B

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • 3* Talon

Item Holder: Talon

How to Play:
Simple 1 cost reroll comp, you econ up early and ideally go for this comp if you hit a Talon Hero augment and/or natural a fair amount of talons in your shops. Like most 1 cost reroll comps, if you have a lot of econ (above 50g interest) after Krugs you can roll a bit a 3-1, until 30 or 40 gold to find upgrades/more 1 cost units because the odds of finding 1 costs are better at level 4 than 5. Otherwise, you slowroll above 50g at level 5 and roll hard if you are getting too low/falling behind lobby tempo. Since you are rolling for Talon, you might as well roll Sylas as well. After you hit you push tempo to find Viego and potentially play 6 Renegades if you have a Spat or 4/6 Oxforce + useful utility units like Fiddle/Urgot.

Items:

  • AP items for Talon, one healing item

Core:

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, Edgelord definitely seems better than OX-ian Rage for Talon Reroll, as the 40 AP and mana gain is super useful.

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Vertical Star Guardian

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This is another variation of Taliyah carry, is strong if you can upgrade all your units but without Syndra and a strong frontline it may not cap as high as other comps. It’s only A tier because it’s hard to get to without Spatula.

Last Week’s Rank:

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

Good Kai’Sa AP items.

Item Holder: Lulu, Kai’Sa, Ezreal, Lux, Zoe, Leblanc, Taliyah

How to Play:
As the comp name suggests, all you really have to do is just play high amounts of Star Guardians. Start with Lux or Lulu Carry until you find Kai’Sa as your carry. Then you can replace Lux with Taliyah and slot in an extra Lux if you can. A lot of times this just becomes a typical 5 Star Guardian 4 Spellslinger Taliyah game, but if you can get an augment that gives extra Star Guardian (Emblem or Heart), try to play 9 Star Guardians as it is pretty strong. Tank could be Annie or Ekko.

Items:

  • Kai’Sa items: Archangel Staff, Rageblade, Jeweled Gauntlet, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Giant Slayer, Statikk Shiv
  • Taliyah items: Archangel Staff, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Jeweled Gauntlet, Spear of Shojin, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade, Blue Buff, Morellonomicon, HoJ
  • Annie/Ekko items: Tank items

Core:

  • Star Guardians

Augments: Star Guardian Crest, Star Guardian Heart, Cybernetic Uplink, Exiles, Celestial Blessing, Thrill of the Hunt

In terms of Hero augments, Taliyah, Kai’Sa and Ekko augments are all decent. A really good utility one would be Ekko’s Chronobreak, which freezes enemy units for 2 seconds after 10 seconds of combat.

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Taliyah Carry

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Taliyah just can’t keep up with the Sett Ace comps, so she is now A tier.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Good frontline

Item Holder: Lulu, Lux, Kai’Sa, Zoe, Leblanc

How to Play:
This is a 4 cost carry comp so the ideal scenario would be to econ up and preserve HP to go fast 8. To do so, we have to optimize our early game in a way that will get us to level 8 without being on the verge of death.
An example early game board would be to play Gadgeteen early with Lulu carrying our AP items and Annie carrying our tank items. Annie will most likely be our tank for the entirety of the game. For our midgame we could add in Zoe, Leblanc and Sona as they are very good units that will help us save HP until we find our Taliyah 2*. Late game we can just add Taliyah for 4 Spellslinger and either add in 5 Star Guardian or 3 Star Guardian + utility units.

Items:

  • Taliyah items: Archangel Staff, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Jeweled Gauntlet, Spear of Shojin, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade, Blue Buff, Morellonomicon, HoJ, Guardbreaker
  • Annie + Ekko items: Tank items

Core:

  • 3 Star Guardian 4 Spellslinger

Augments: Cybernetic Uplink, Axiom Arc, Celestial Blessing, Radiant Relics, Exiles, Battlemage

In terms of Hero augments, Stoneweaver is preferred because it boosts Taliyah’s damage significantly.

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Duelists

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
With Duelists taking another nerf, it seems you are weaker early/mid game AND you are still suffering from the same late game weaknesses as before. Since 4/6 Duelists were nerfed, the “guaranteed” winstreaks due to playing Duelists early is not so guaranteed anymore, and since you bleed out late game anyways, this comp is bumped down to A tier.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Locket of the Iron Solari on Nilah

Item Holder: Ashe, Kayle, Jax, Vayne, Kaisa, Ezreal

How to Play: 2 Hour Guide | Gameplay
As of right now, the Duelist meta is 6 Duelists + Sejuani and a Hacker unit. Considering this, early game is pretty simple. Just play either 2 Duelists + strongest units or just 4 Duelists in Stage 2 depending on what units you hit/upgrade. At level 6, roll for 6 Duelist and for some 2* units to stabilize a bit. If needed, roll again at 4-1 for 2* Vayne and Nilah and maybe one Zed.

If you have full damage items (like Giant Slayer + Infinity Edge + Deathblade) I actually prefer Vayne to carry these items over Zed because there’s a good chance Zed will just get CCed and die whereas Vayne has a lot more safety due to being ranged. If you have Edge of Night + damage items though, Zed as 2* is a better item holder than Vayne because he has a lot more safety with the Edge of Night. The most important item in this comp is Locket of the Iron Solari because Duelists do a lot of damage, especially early game, and ensuring their survival will help you run over opponents early game.

Items:

  • Nilah items: Locket of the Iron Solari
  • Zed items: Edge of Night, Runaan’s Hurricane, Guardbreaker, Giant Slayer, Deathblade, Infinite Edge, Titan’s Resolve, Rageblade, Last Whisper
  • Vayne items: Giant Slayer, Deathblade, Infinity Edge, Runaan’s Hurricane, Guardbreaker, Spear of Shojin, Last Whisper
  • Other units: Tank items

Core:

  • 4 or 6 Duelist

Augments: Knife’s Edge, Thrill of the Hunt, Cybernetic Implants, Celestial Blessing, Radiant Relics,

Both Hero augments for Zed are very good. Into the Night is way better than Spreadshot for Vayne. Nilah augments are decent as well. In terms of 1 + 2 cost Hero Augments, the utility Kayle + Yasuo + Fiora augments are good. This comp is flexible in terms of Hero augments, you can take other utility augments like those for Sejuani if no other choice.

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Miss Fortune Mech

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
Since both MF and Sett were nerfed, this comp is a bit weaker compared to other capped out boards but can still perform well.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Medium
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Mana Regeneration item on Miss Fortune + AP items and Sett tank items

Item Holder: Lulu, Kai’Sa, Ezreal, Lux

How to Play: You want an early game AP item holder early like Lulu, Lux, Jinx, Leblanc, Kai’Sa, etc. to help you get to level 7 and look for a Miss Fortune. Frontline can be flexible early game, whether it be Defenders or Brawlers, but Defenders are preferred because you can just play Wukong and then seamlessly transition into Sett Mech later on.

If you itemize Wukong early with tank items, be sure to have a spare Wukong so you can transfer items to Sett and still have a Wukong available to create Mech. As with other 4 cost centered comps, you should ideally roll at 8, but if your HP is low and/or you’re contested sometimes you’re forced to roll at 4-1 to stabilize and look for key 4 cost units. After you get your Sett + Mech and your Miss Fortune, you can add whatever utility units are available and potentially a secondary carry like Bel’Veth or Aurelion Sol

Items:

  • Miss Fortune items: Shojin, Jeweled Guantlet, Guardbreaker, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade, Rabadon’s Deathcap
  • Sett items: Bruiser/Tank items like Bloodthirster, Titan’s Resolve, Warmog’s, Redemption, Dragon’s Claw, Bramble’s Vest, Protector’s Vow

Core:

  • MF + Mech

Augments: Second Wind, Ascension, Cybernetic Uplink, Preparation, Celestial Blessing,

Good Hero Augments are any MF and Sett Hero augment, to be honest. If you get Make it Rain (Miss Fortune gold printing augment) at 3-2 it is an insta take in my opinion. The amount of gold you cumulatively get is too strong. Any Sett augment provides really good utility and frontline and Sett is the most contested unit this patch so they’re both takeable.

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Camille Reroll

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2

Though good, it seems to have issues stabilizing against strong midgame boards unless you highroll, and may just die out anyways against other reroll comps like Recon or Leblanc.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Low

Requirements:

  • Camille 3

Item Holder: Camille, Renekton or Wukong before you find Camille

How to Play:
Since it is a 2 cost reroll comp, ideally you reroll this comp at level 6 with as much econ as possible. If needed, roll down for upgrades at 3-2 if too low. If you get a hero augment for Camille especially Adaptive Defensives this comp becomes really really strong. If you hit a lot of Leblancs while rolling for Camille, you should duo carry Camille and Leblanc. If there are a lot of backline focused comps consider putting Camille in the Hackerim. Infinity Edge and Titan’s + one healing item is the standard item combo for Camille.

Items:

  • Bruiser and AD items on Camille like Titan’s Resolve, Bloodthirster, Hand of Justice, Infinity Edge, Deathblade, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade

Core:

  • 3 Renegade and 2 ADMIN

Augments: For hero augments, Adaptive Defensives is the better option for Camille reroll as it gives her a scaling shield that helps her survive much longer, whereas Hextech Retribution is solely damage, which might not help her survive later on in the game.

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Sureshot Reroll

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Solid A tier comp if you get early units/items for it.

Last Week’s Rank: N/A

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Low

Requirements:

  • Sivir or Senna 3

Item Holder:

How to Play:
Since it is mostly 2 cost reroll comp, ideally you reroll this comp at level 6 with as much econ as possible. If needed, roll down for upgrades at 3-2 if too low. Generally you don’t really play for Galio 3 in this comp and instead go for 3* 2 cost Supers and Sivir, then you level up to 7 to roll for Senna 3. You don’t want to play 4 Sureshot in this comp so Samira and Aphelios are not played. Add in useful units after level 6 whether it be Threats or utility 5 cost units like Urgot and Fiddle.

Items:

  • Last Whisper on either Sivir or Samira and then just any AD items on both and tank items on Malphite or Galio

Core:

  • 2 Sureshot 3 Supers

Augments: Cybernetic Implants, Think Fast, Loaded Dice, Celestial Blessing, Cybernetic Uplink, Second Wind

Generally you want a Senna/Malphite/Sivir Hero Augment, but if you get a Galio augment you can try to play this as well.

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Jinx Reroll

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Last Week’s Rank: B

Jinx has been steadily climbing this tier list due to recieving a consistent and frequent amount of buffs over the patches, but with the recent change to her Carry augment and the 4 rerolls, she is arguably A tier right now due to the increased obtainability of her preferred Hero Augment.

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • 3* Jinx

Item Holder: Lulu/Lux until Jinx

How to Play:
Typically you try to slowroll (rolling while maintaining your econ above 50g) 3* 1 cost Anima Squad units like Sylas and Nasus at level 5, then level up to 6 to try to hit Jinx 3* because odds are you’ll get a decent amount of Jinx rerolling for the 1 cost units at 5. Another way to play this is to level to level 6 at Stage 3-2, roll for 2* Jinx and RIven to stabilize, econ back up to 50g, then slowroll for Jinx 3* and RIven 3*.

Items:

  • Jinx items: Spear of Shojin, Statikk Shiv, Hextech Gunblade, Giant Slayer, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Jeweled Gauntlet, Rabadon’s Deathcap
  • Other units: Tank items

Core:

  • 3* Anima Squad units

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, both Get Excited! and Everyone goes BOOM! are very useful. Get Excited! is a more selfish boost for Jinx and helps her pop off if she’s your main carry, but if you have multipled 3* Anima Squad units and perhaps a secondary carry like Vayne or Nasus then Everyone goes BOOM! is very viable in that instance.

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B Tier: Playable, but not Preferred. These comps could be strong if uncontested.

Ashe Reroll

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While Ashe reroll can still be good, it can’t bounce back as hard if you hit your units late and have low HP.

Last Week’s Rank: S

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • AD items on Ashe

Item Holder: Ashe

How to Play:
Another 1 cost reroll comp, you roll at either 3-1 at level 4 (if you naturaled at least 6 Ashes or if your econ is very high, like above 50g) or slowroll above 50g at level 5 for your Ashe and Reneketon 3*. Like most 1 cost reroll comps, it’s typically played with a Hero Augment for your carry. Afterwards just level up for useful units like Sejuani and Aegis units.

Items:

  • Ashe items: Rageblade, Last Whisper, Giant Slayer, Runaan’s Hurricane, Deathblade, Infinity Edge
  • Renekton item: Tank items or Bruiser items (like Titan’s Resolve and Bloodthirster)

Core:

  • 3* Ashe and Renekton

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, Corps Focus seems a bit better than Laser Focus. Laser Focus is a selfish augment that only boosts Ashe’s ability by 20% attack speed, doubled while her ability is active, while Corps Focus is a teamwide buff of 15% attack speed, doubled while her ability is active. It seems Corps Focus is just more overall value.

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Lulu Reroll

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This comp was very good when Supers and Mascots were strong, but since both of those were nerfed it seems this comp is not very good anymore.

Last Week’s Rank: A

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependence: High
Variance: Medium

Requirements: 3 Lulu items

Item Holder: Lulu, Annie

How to Play:
Like other 1 Cost + Supers reroll comps, you just roll for 3* Lulu and Galio at level 5 and push level 6 to roll for 3* Supers. Basically you play this comp if you have a LOT of natural Lulus early and no Yuumis. This is basically a less broken Yuumi comp but it is really strong if you hit early or have the Growth Spurt Lulu augment.

Items:

  • Lulu items: Blue Buff, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Archangel Staff, Jeweled Gauntlet, Giant Slayer, Hextech Gunblade
  • Galio + Malphite items: Tank items (you want an Ionic Spark)

Core:

  • Lulu + Supers

Augments: Cybernetic Uplink, Exiles, Celestial Blessing, Thrill of the Hunt, Ascension

In terms of Hero augments, Growth Spurt is better as it allows for Lulu to carry better, whereas Foster Growth is better for pushing levels and carrying other units. However, obviously both are good. You can take any Galio or Malphite augment as well.

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Kayle Reroll

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Because this comp is only playable with Kayle specific Hero augments, it will be B+.

Last Week’s Rank: B

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • AD + Attack Speed items on Kayle
  • Kayle specific combat Hero augment

Item Holder: Kayle

How to Play:
Another 1 cost reroll comp, you roll at either 3-1 at level 4 (if you naturaled at least 6 Kayles or if your econ is very high, like above 50g) or slowroll above 50g at level 5 for your Kayle and Gangplank 3*. Like most 1 cost reroll comps, it’s typically played with a Hero Augment for your carry. Afterwards just level up to 6 to roll for the rest of your 3* Supers (Lee + Malphite).

  • Kayle items: Last Whisper, Infinity Edge, Deathblade, Rageblade, Giant Slayer, HoJ

Core:

  • Kayle 3*, Supers 3*

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, Divine Ascent is much better than RIghteous Range because Kayle is typically not a very strong unit, but with DIvine Ascent this comp becomes playable and she is a viable carry.

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Nasus Mascot

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2
A good comp if you can get online, but too specific and augment reliant to go for.

Last Week’s Rank: B

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependence: Medium
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • Multiple 3* units for Supers

Item Holder: Lulu, Kai’Sa, Ezreal, Lux, Zoe, Leblanc

How to Play:
As with all other 1 cost reroll comps, you econ up Stage 2 and roll at 3-1 at lvl 4 if your econ is very high and/or you have 6 or more Nasuses. Otherwise, slowroll above 50g at level 5 for your Nasus, Supers and Mascot units. The goal here is to hit Nasus and your other 3* units quickly, then push levels to find Nunu to really let your comp snowball (no pun intended).

Items:

  • Nasus items: RFC, Infinity Edge, Bloodthirster, HoJ, Giant Slayer, Quicksilver, Titan’s Resolve.

Core:

  • Supers + Mascots

Augments: Mascot Heart, Celestial Blessing, Second Wind, Scoped Weapons, Thrill of the Hunt

In terms of Hero augments, Stacks on Stacks is really good to help Nasus scale into the lategame. Otherwise, augmengs that provide durability are very good as well.

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Yasuo Reroll

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Generally you play this if you get a Yasuo Siphoning Winds augment but it can be played somewhat consistently.

Last Week’s Rank:

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: Medium
Variance: Low

Requirements:

Item Holder: Talon

How to Play:
Like with all other 2 cost reroll comps, you should reroll this one at level 6. AP items go on Yasuo, and AD Bruiser items go on Fiora. You play 4 Duelist 2 Ox Force 2 Aegis at 6, then you can replace the other Duelists besides Yasuo and Fiora with higher cost ones later on such as Zed and Nilah, and level up for Sejuani and Laser Corps.

Items:

  • Bruiser AD items on Fiora such as Bloodthirster, Titan’s Resolve, Infinity Edge, Deathblade, Giant Slayer, Last Whisper, Hand of Justice
  • AP items on Yasuo like Rabadon’s Deathcap, Jeweled Gauntlet, Archangel Staff, Hand of Justice, Edge of Night (for survival)

Core:

  • 4 Duelist, 2 Aegis, 2 Ox Force

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, Edgelord definitely seems better than OX-ian Rage for Talon Reroll, as the 40 AP and mana gain is super useful.

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Wukong Reroll

TFT Set 8 Tier List - Patch 13.3 Meta Snapshot - Week 2

Good comp if you get Wukong Hero augments, otherwise it’s ok.

Last Week’s Rank: B

Difficulty: Low
Item/Augment Dependency: High
Variance: Medium

Requirements:

  • AP and Healing items on Wukong

Item Holder: Wukong

How to Play:
Another 1 cost reroll comp, you roll at either 3-1 at level 4 (if you naturaled at least 6 Wukongs or if your econ is very high, like above 50g) or slowroll above 50g at level 5 for your Wukong 3*. Like most 1 cost reroll comps, it’s typically played with a Hero Augment for your carry. However, this comp specifically gets really strong if you can get the Cyclone Hero augment. Your objective is to get Wukong 3* as soon as possible and then push levels while taking advantage of your midgame to put in 5 Mecha with Leona typically at level 9 because it’s unreliable to find Leona before level 9.

Items:

  • Wukong items: HoJ, Jeweled Gauntlet, Rabadon’s Deathcap, Ionic Spark, Archangel Staff, Bloodthirster

Core:

  • 3* Wukong

Augments: In terms of Hero augments, Cyclone is by far the better option. It is the only Hero augment that solo buffs Wukong. When you’re playing this comp, the other units exist only as synergy bots to help assist Wukong as he is the raid boss.

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Bow = Flex into LW or Shiv comps
Belt = Flex defensive item into anything
Rod = Ionic/Gunblade Flex
Sword = Gunblade Flex
Chain = Worse belt for defensive flex
Tear = Shiv or Blue Buff
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FAQ

  • How are compositions ranked?
    • There are many factors, but the two strongest ones are how often they can be played and how strong they are when you get it. Think of it like frequency of being played combined with how well it can potentially do.
    • I also rank them based on how often the best players in the world play each comp (top 10 players in major regions)
  • Why isn’t XYZ Comp here?
    • Probably not played enough, not strong enough, or maybe it hasn’t been discovered yet and will hopefully be added next week.
    • It’s also impossible to fit every single variation of every composition on a tier list, so expect variations of these comps to do well too.
    • I also add in different versions of different comps in the notes, so be sure to read through them! (For example, one synergy might have two different playstyles such as reroll or standard)
  • [Legendary Unit] carry is the best in the game, where is it?
    • It is not reliable to have a 5 cost carry as a composition because you will not be able to get a 2* Legendary consistently. There may be metas where there are ‘Fast 9’ comps, but these often use any legendary they can get instead of a specific one.
  • What does Difficulty, Item Dependency, and Variance mean?
    • Difficulty is how hard the composition is to play.  Difficulty does not factor into the strength or viability of the composition but serves as a factor for new players. 
    • Item dependency is how important specific items are to the composition. 
    • Variance is the approximate placement range of the composition.  For example, a consistent Top 4 composition has Low variance.  A composition that either places 1st or 8th has a High variance.
  • Does what composition I play matter?
    • No. Playing TFT well matters a lot more
  • I can’t get these exact items every game
    • You don’t need perfect items or exact items unless specified in the Requirements section. Most of the time you just need ‘playable’ items and not ‘best in slot’ (BIS)
  • You are wrong, XYZ comp should be in S tier and ABC player said this S tier comp sucks
    • Everyone has different opinions. I try to take a data based approach by analyzing games from the best players in each region to combine all their opinions.
    • At the end of the day, comp doesn’t matter much compared to just playing TFT well (rolling, managing econ, positioning, etc). If you check out the best players, you will see that each player favors different compositions yet they are all very highly ranked.
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    • Every Friday
  • Where can I learn more?
    • There are many resources and players to learn from. I suggest starting at my YouTube channel and this website.

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