TFT Set 5 Tier List – Patch 11.9 Meta Snapshot

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Best TFT Comps for Set 5 Patch 11.9

S: Assassin Leblanc, Nightbringer Aphelios,
A: Draconic Ashe, Draconic Zyra, Redeemed Vel’Koz, Skirmishers,
B: Forgotten Draven, Dawnbringer Karma, Hellion Reroll, Coven, Vayne Reroll
C: Nigthbringer Yasuo, Blender Nocturne, Abomination,

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TFT Comps Tier List Set 5

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

Assassin Leblanc

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Requirements:

  • Dark Blue Buff Leblanc

Item Holder: Anyone

How to Play:

Roll on 7 for 3 star Leblanc, Kat, Noc. Kat and Noc are secondary carries depending on if you get AP or AD items.

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Nightbringer Aphelios

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Requirements:

  • Aphelios Items (note: do NOT build Infinity Edge on Aphelios. It doesn’t work either due to bug or intended coding)

Item Holder: Any 2* backline/ranged unit

How to Play:

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A Tier: Solid TFT Team Comps. Weaker, less flexible, requires more luck than S-Tier

Draconic Ashe

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Draconic Zyra

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  • Early Draconics

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Redeemed Vel’Koz

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Item Holder: Early spell casters

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Skirmishers

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Requirements:

  • Skirmisher start
  • Jax items are SUPER important

Item Holder: Attack damage early game unit like Vayne or Kalista

How to Play:

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

Forgotten Draven

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  • Draven Items

Item Holder: Anyone

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  • Backline access such as Nidalee or Assassins

Dawnbringer Karma

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Item Holder: Early game caster

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Hellion Reroll

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Item Holder: N/A

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Coven Renewer

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Reroll Vayne

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C Tier and Below: These are compositions that are weak, but if they are given to you, you might be forced to play them.

Nightbringer Yasuo

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Blender Nocturne

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Item Holder: Any Attack Damage item user.  Kindred works really well.

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Abomination

DONT PLAY THIS COMP ANYMORE, IT GOT TURBO NERFED

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Requirements:

  • Early Abominations
  • Zz’Rot components early
  • Late game carry such as Kayle, Teemo, Heimerdinger, or Vel’Koz

Item Holder: Any early game 2* unit that does damage

How to Play:

Counters

  • Giant Slayer

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TFT Items

Carousel Item Priority (Start of Game)

High Priority >>>> Low Priority

TFT Item Quadrant

The closer to the Top Right, the better and more versatile the item is. Avoid items on Bottom Left if possible.

Strength (y-axis) is based on how effective an item is in the situations where it is most used.  Items that are strong at all stages of the game are listed higher.

Versatility (x-axis) is based on both the number of Compositions an item fits in and Champions an item is used on.  Versatility is also how often you could build an item.

Methodology

Even though I was Challenger in Set 1 and Grandmaster in Set 2, I know there are many players better than me.  This is why I scout the Top 10 players in all major regions and analyze what they play and how they play each TFT build to make this Tier List.  Tiers are determined by what I think will get you the highest average rank.  This means that while one composition might be super strong late game, it may be difficult to acquire, so it may not be S-Tier.  For example, it is difficult to win with certain compositions, but extremely easy to Top 4.  Rankings within a tier are very close together.  Always try to play with what makes sense for every game, and adapt to your lobbies with proper tech choices.

DifficultyItem Dependency, and Variance are listed.  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. If I mention that a composition is Forcible, it means that you can play this comp every game.

Knowing how to get better at TFT is much more important than knowing what compositions to play. Knowing how to play Teamfight Tactics will help you no matter what patch it is.

Tier placement assumes strong play.  Refer to Difficulty metric before attempting to play.


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6 thoughts on “TFT Set 5 Tier List – Patch 11.9 Meta Snapshot”

  1. Neva thought Leblanc Build would work until I started winning every game – I played the comp!
    Do try it folks! – real fun ^_^
    Once again thanks, Bud 😀
    Pretty excited to start this set with ya.

  2. I’ve been just forcing Redeemed Vel. Has been netting me top 2 for 6 games now. But I believe its more that lux is kinda busted. especially if you pair her with a shojin.

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