The first-ever Teamfight Tactics Last Chance Qualifier just concluded with some exciting results. Ahead of the TFT Gizmos and Gadgets Championship, the four western regions fought it out to see who would grab the last two spots at this season’s world championship. With many talented players showcasing their skills, here are the top three comps showcased at the TFT LCQ.
TFT LCQ comp: Ging’s Syndicate Snipers
In Game 1 of the TFT LCQ, Ging pulled out a win using a comp that is slowly coming back into the metagame, but this version was supercharged. Reroll Ashe is back in full force as Ging rode the reroll Sniper composition all the way to the top. But he also managed to find a Sniper emblem, which let him get into the powerful four Sniper interval without needing to sacrifice any other pieces. A late-game Zeri two-star and his double Zephyrs locked up the game.
The Mutant trait has been a problem for a majority of TFT Gizmos and Gadgets and especially so in the Set 6.5 expansion, Neon Nights. With that said, Greenbeing didn’t play the trait like it has been; no Cho’Gath and no Blue Buff Malzahar. Instead, Greenbeing looked at Kai’Sa and Kha’Zix. With the Mutant buff in this game being “Voracious Appetite,” which gives Mutants extra stats each time an ally champion dies, as long as those two champions can jump around the board and stay alive, they were going to be more than enough to win the game. And that’s exactly what happened.
In a final showdown ironically between two Mutant boards, Greenbeing’s was better as he locked up the Game 3 victory.
Ramblinnn’s Legendary mashup
With everything on the line for Game 6, “Ramblinnn” put all the chips in the middle and was rewarded with a huge payoff. Instead of going for a standard composition, Ramblinnn instead went for the best comp imaginable, putting all the expensive champions onto one team. Ramblinnn’s end board team comp consisted of five of the nine five-cost champions in the game. The only ones missing were Tahm Kench, Galio and Veigar.
The two stars of the show were Jayce and Kai’Sa, as those were the only champions on his board that had a full set of items. But those were enough as Ramblinnn clutched out the game to put him at enough points to qualify for the TFT Gizmos and Gadgets Championship. Unfortunately, tiebreakers sent him home instead.
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