The new Teamfight Tactics Dragonlands mid-set expansion is finally out on the Public Beta Environment is finally out on the Public Beta Environment, and as we head into the first weekend of testing, it’s time for players to start learning the best compositions to play. Here is a TFT 7.5 comps guide that showcases the newer traits in Uncharted Realms.
Lagoon is the new big vertical synergy in the new set; it’s a brand new way players can play a powerful magic damage composition. For this composition, it’s important for players to cast spells as fast and as often as possible. Because of this, Mages are a pivotal piece of any Lagoon composition. With Lagoon having two Mages built into the comp, players just need to add one more and the best option is for sure Zoe. To round out the composition its important to capitalize on the other classes the Lagoon champions have. Mystic and Guardian makes Rakan a perfect fit while Zyra adds in some much-needed CC while also being an Evoker.
This is by far the simplest end game board that can easily win games in the entire update. With the new changes to the Dragon trait, players can simply turn off their brains in the late game and slam their board with five Dragons. At level nine, players can place five Dragons since the trait inherently gives players a built in Champions Crown. Of course, players have to hit the late game first which can only really happen if players pivot out of a comp into this one. Essentially, if players are good at just playing “strongest board” they can get to this point. All that’s left is determining which five Dragons to run. Terra, Shi Oh Yu, Sy’Fen, Aurelion Sol and Shyvana appear to be the best ones to run for these TFT 7.5 comps.
After Dragons, we have one of the more trickier comps in the expansion; Darkflight. With the Darkflight trait being able to duplicate items, its important to figure out the best items players want multiples of. Some of these include Titan’s Resolve and Hand of Justice from a pure combat perspective. However, items like Zephyr and Zz’rot Portal are insane in this composition from a utility perspective. If players go this route, its important that players figure out a carry that doesn’t originally come from the trait. Champions like Yasuo, Graves and Pantheon are fantastic carries that don’t really need synergy bots to pop off. As for prioritizing items on a Darkflight champions, it is wise to invest tank items onto Swain.
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