Tryndamere has arrived in Teamfight Tactics set 6.5. In TFT: Neon Nights, Tryndamere is a three-cost Chemtech Challenger and has his old Spinning Slash ability from Set 4.5 making him one of the premier AD carry champions in the entire game. Through a mix of analysis by Upcomer’s TFT expert and data from API sites like Metatft.com, Upcomer has brought players a Tryndamere TFT guide that goes over what the best Tryndamere items, comps and positioning looks like.
When playing Tryndamere in the current metagame, players will want to make sure they use items from the S and A tiers of this tier list. Bloodthirster is without a doubt Tryndamere’s best item as it allows him to stay healthy as he literally slashes through the opposition. To complement the Bloodthirster, players will want to add on a damage item or two. The classic combination of Infinity Edge and Last Whisper is always good and it allows Tryndamere to tear through tanky frontlines.
However, against teams with a lot of crowd control, players should consider the other item in S-tier, Quicksilver Sash as it will allow Tryndamere to be immune to any knock-ups or slows. The items in A-tier are also very good on him. If needed players can use an item in the B tier as a third item in a pinch.
Tryndamere is a melee DPS, so the optimal position for him would be the frontline. Although players risk having their main carry focused at the beginning of the fight, Tryndamere is one of the best melee champions in the game. This is thanks to his ability that allows him to spin to the backline to avoid CC. If players need to, they can position Tryndamere in the furthest hexes in the second row. This allows Tryndamere to avoid being targeted at the beginning of the fight.
Tryndamere thrives in any Chemtech Challenger composition as either the main carry or even a secondary carry. He is one of the biggest stars in the Chemtech show. In this composition, players will rely on Tryndamere being three-star. Alongside either a Warwick or a Renata Glasc to back him up.
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