Teamfight Tactics: Wild Sorcerer Imperials Team Comp Builds

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Teamfight Tactics is the latest new “mode” for League of Legends. Although that description honestly sells it short. Teamfight Tactics is practically an entirely new game, with totally different rules than its source material.

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TFT team comp is probably one of the more popular to emerge from the early meta, and it’s a good one to teach you how to play and how to win Teamfight Tactics matches.

Wild Sorcerer

Champions:

  • Nadalee
  • Warwick
  • Gnar
  • Ahri
  • Aurelion Sol
  • Shyvana
  • Kassadin
  • Cho’Gath

Key Synergies:

  • (4x) Wild – each unit’s attacks give them one stack of Fury – five stack cap – and stacks provide 8% attack speed
  • (3x) Sorcerer – allies gain +35 Ability Power
  • (3x) Shapeshifter – Shapeshifters gain a 100% bonus to their maximum health when transforming
  • (2x) Brawler – +300 hit points to Brawlers’ health

A lot is going on here, so let’s break it down step by step. You’ll want to start your game by picking up Nadalee and Warwick, the former being more critical as she’ll be one of your carries. As you come into the mid game you’ll want to pick up your Shapeshifters to carry you through. This will probably be Elise and Shyvana in the meantime but get rid of Elise when Gnar becomes an option.

After that, your priority will be to get an Aurelion Sol, who will be your secondary carry Champion after Nadalee. Once this is in full flow, your Warwick, Cho’Gath, and Gnar will provide fantastic cover for your Aurelion Sol, and you’ll benefit from a heap of synergies. TFT items to consider are Spear of Shojin for Sol, Rapid Firecannon for Nadalee, and a Guinsoo’s Rageblade does well on either.

Wild Imperials

Champions:

  • Nadalee
  • Warwick
  • Gnar
  • Ahri
  • Draven
  • Cho’Gath
  • Sejuani
  • Swain

Key Synergies:

  • (4x) Wild – each unit’s attacks give them one stack of Fury – five stack cap – and stacks provide 8% attack speed
  • (2x) Imperial – one Imperial does double their usual damage
  • (3x) Shapeshifter – Shapeshifters gain a 100% bonus to their maximum health when transforming
  • (2x) Brawler – +300 hit points to Brawlers’ health

Nidalee, Warwick, and Ahri will carry your early game until you find a Draven to make your core unit. Cho’Gath, Sejuani, and Gnar will round out the rest of your frontline, providing all the crowd control you could ask for. The teamwide wild buff along with the imperial buff will make either Draven or Swain completely insane.

Gameplan: 

Don’t spend gold leveling or rerolling and instead, focus on getting to 50 gold. Once you get to 50g, look to hit rank 3 Nidalee, especially if you have a rank 2 Nid on your bench. If you manage to get a rank 3 Nidalee, you can consider holding off on leveling until you get a rank 3 Warwick as well. If these aren’t landing for you, level up to 7 and look for Draven.

General tips:

  • Swain isn’t available until late game, and until then, you probably need to use Shyvana for shapeshifter synergy. If you are having trouble getting the shapeshifters, feel free to use Darius or Katarina for the imperial buff on your Draven as well.
  • During the late game, activate the imperial buff with Swain who is really strong with tank items like PD, Dragon’s Claw.

Ideal items for carries:

  • Draven (carry #1): Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Rapid Firecannon, Bloodthirster, Phantom Dancer
  • Nidalee (carry #2): Rapid Firecannon, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Titanic Hydra

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