Teamfight Tactics Hyper Roll mode is a fantastic alternative to the standard TFT match. It’s much more fast-paced, and best of all, you can roll many times in between rounds. As a result of the fast-paced rounds, the playstyles and team compositions are somewhat different from the normal TFT match.
This article will show you the best Hyper Roll compositions for TFT Set 8.
Anima Squad (Miss Fortune Core)
Anima Squad with Miss Fortune as a core spells disaster for your enemy team. The front liners include Ekko, Nassus, Riven, Sylas, Sejuani, and Alistar, while the back line consists of Jinx, Miss Fortune, and Vayne. The final traits include 6 Anima Squad (7 if you get an Anima Squad Emblem), 2 Aegis, 2 Brawler, 2 Mascot, 2 Prankset, and 1 Ace.
The Mascott Buff will sustain your frontlines, while the Aegis gives more Magic Resistance. As a result, your backline will be able to deal more damage throughout the round. For items, you would want to prioritize building damage items such as Giant Slayer or Jeweled Gauntlet on Miss Fortune.
Brawler (Soraka, Jax Core)
Brawlers are one of the tankiest units you can have in your Hyper Roll match. With this team composition, you’ll basically double your Brawler’s HP. Furthermore, having Jax as a core will ensure that you have enough damage to plow through your opponents. We recommend grabbing Jax, Blitzcrank, and Lee Sin in the early game because most players contest them in the early rounds.
Soraka, on the other hand, can also deal damage if you build damage items with her, such as Jeweled Gauntlet or Giant Slayer. Also, give Soraka your Brawler Emblem so that she can benefit from their buff. Finally, on level 9, you will have 8 Brawler, 3 LaserCorps, 2 A.D.M.I.N., 2 Heart, and 1 Ace.
Hearts (Soraka, Annie Core)
Hearts Composition is one of the most devastating comps if done correctly. Annie will be your main tank due to her shield ability. Additionally, the Hearts buff will give her so much sustain on top of the Warmog’s Armor that she’ll literally be invincible.
On top of that, she can also deal massive damage with the Spellslinger buff. Another core that is vital to this composition is Soraka because she’s that good in the meta. With all these units, you’ll end up with 5 Heart, 3 Star Guardian, 3 Spellslinger, 2 Aegis, 2 A.D.M.I.N., 2 Ox Force, 2 Hacker, 2 Mascot, and 2 Prankster.
Hearts (Soraka, Lee Sin Core)
This composition is an alternative to the previous one. If you can’t draw Annie, you can still opt for a solo Soraka carry and a Lee Sin tank. Soraka with a Hextech Gunblade will work well with this composition because of the additional sustain that she will receive in case the frontlines die quickly.
Having an Aegis buff will allow Lee Sin to tank spells, plus the Hearts buff will give him his much-needed sustain on top of his shield ability. Sona can also be a reliable secondary carry for Soraka. The composition will have 6 Heart, 3 Aegis, 3 Star Guardian, 2 Brawler, and 2 Mascot.
Aegis (Samira Core)
Samira is a very strong core. However, she is hard to get during rolls. That’s why it’s essential for players to have solid early-game damage with Senna and Sivir. You’ll also want to add Vi and Alistar in your early game build to have a great frontline.
You might lose a few rounds in the early game, but you’ll scale significantly in the late game. Once you get Samira or Aphelios, you’ll sit comfortably in the top 4. This comp will provide 4 Sureshot, 3 Aegis, 2 Brawler, 2 Ox Force, 1 Ace, and 1 Corrupted.
Ox Force (Viego Core)
The best thing about this composition is that you have many options for significant early output damage. You can either build Camille or Talon while having the constant buff of Renegade and Ox Force. You’ll be able to survive the early game easily and transition to the late game seamlessly.
Upon getting Viego, you can start building him with Giant Slayer and Ionic Spark to ramp up his ability damage. Moving forward to late-game, you should add Leona and give her an Ox-Force Emblem if available. This build will have 8 Ox Force, 5 Renegade, 2 Aegis, and 1 Arsenal.
Spellslinger (Annie, Taliyah Core)
Annie returns in our final composition on the list, but this time, it’s a Spellslinger comp. As usual, Annie will be one of the frontlines while Taliyah sits at the back, dealing devastating magic damage. The early game is a bit hard, especially if other players built magic resistance early to counter your team comp. To survive, you must keep high-rolling to build up additional AP as you add more Spellslingers on the field.
Once you’re at the late game, it’s a matter of positioning your frontline so they can adequately protect the backline. Janna’s skill will be very helpful in the late game to provide CC for other units considering that barely anyone builds Quickshroud in low ELO. With this comp, you’ll get 6 Slinger, 4 Star Guardian, 2 Ox Force, 2 Aegis, 2 Hacker, 2 Mascot, 2 Prankster, 1 Forecaster, and 1 Civilian.