TFT Set 7 Dragonlands Patch 12.12 Day 1 Meta: Top 5 comps
TFT Set 7 comps Dragonlands Nami

TFT Set 7 Dragonlands Patch 12.12 Day 1 Meta: Top 5 comps

Reroll comps and big beefy bruisers

It’s release day for Teamfight Tactics Set 7 Dragonlands. With a brand new set to explore, finding out which comps are good during the first days of a set can be hard. However, figuring out what to play is in the numbers thanks to aggregate data sites like MetaTFT.com. Here are the top five best performing TFT Set 7 comps according to MetaTFT.com, with explanations on why they are good compositions to climb in the early days of the patch.

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Nami Mage Reroll

TFT Set 7 comp - Mage
Mage reroll with Ryze and Nami carries. | Screenshot provided by Warren Younger/lolches.gg team builder.

When almost all of the Mage champions are low-cost, players wanting to go deep into the trait can simply play the reroll style.

This composition is very strong for a couple of reasons. The first is that it has incredible sustainability since the secondary carry for this comp isn’t a real carry at all. Nami provides a consistent source of healing and, when she needs to, damage as well. The other reason is the surprising amount of frontline the comp has. With the Trainer trait, Nomsy provides an excellent three-part wall alongside Sylas and Illaoi. Of course, the real carry is Ryze, a champion that simply does so much for his team.

Scalescorn

TFT Set 7 comp
Olaf and Diana are the stars of this Scalescorn comp. | Screenshot provided by Warren Younger/lolches.gg team builder.

A lot of players will be spamming Dragon compositions during the early days of TFT Set 7 Dragonlands, and players can combat this by not playing Dragons at all.

The Scalescorn composition only works when players don’t have a Dragon on their board, but the reward is great. The Scalescorn champions take reduced damage against high health enemies and also deal more damage to them. In this comp, players should focus on the duo carries of Olaf and Diana.

Bruiser Whispers

Sy’Fen is the main carry and Ornn is the main tank in this Bruiser comp. | Screenshot provided by Warren Younger/lolches.gg team builder.

Simple compositions are strong early on in the set, and this comp is as simple as can be. Simply go deep into the Bruiser trait and automatically be able to fit in the Whispers trait for free thanks to Sy’Fen and Sylas. Sy’Fen is one of the seven Dragons in TFT Dragonlands and is also one of the best. This composition makes Sy’Fen the main carry but has an amazing supporting cast with the other Bruisers doing plenty of heavy lifting as well.

Astral Reroll

Astral reroll with Varus and Illaoi is the main carry and tank. | Screenshot provided by Warren Younger/lolches.gg team builder.

Of course, players love hitting the D key. Reroll comps will reign supreme early on and the trait that is literally built to reroll is going to be strong, guaranteed. The Astral trait is filled with low-cost champions and gives players gold back when they reroll every five shops. And on that fifth shop, Astral champions show up more frequently. Varus is the main carry here with Illaoi being the main tank.

Jade Reroll

A classic reroll comp with Ezreal as the main damage dealer and Leona as the main damage taker. | Screenshot provided by Warren Younger/lolches.gg team builder.

Finally, rounding out the best TFT Set 7 comps, there is this mash-up of low-cost champions which activates the Jade and Dragonmancer traits. This comp utilizes Ezreal as the main carry and he does a ton of damage. It actually might be a little too much damage for a one-cost champion. After three-staring the one-cost champions, players should look to add in Shi Oh Yu to make the comp really come online.

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ASU alum with a B.A in Sports Journalism, Warren is one of the premier TFT Journalists in the scene and is a decent TFT player as well who has peaked Challenger and has had multiple accounts in Master+ over all sets. Warren also specializes in other esports content including League of Legends, Valorant, Smash Bros, and more.