Technically, the best way to play Teamfight Tactics is to adjust as things happen. When TFT offers you a couple of Nobles or Wild, generally you should lean into those and utilize them for early game success. However, sometimes I find myself chasing after a certain team comp before the match even starts. If that’s you, then this guide should be right up your alley. This is our Best TFT Glacials Team Comp guide which is up to date as of TFT Patch 9.14.
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Warwick and Nidalee are super common early game champions. If you find yourself centering around them early on, then transitioning into this one should be easy. The goal is to get all four Brawlers up as fast as possible. With Warwick and Nidalee you’ll already have the first Wild buff to help you through early game.
Once you start approaching Level 7 start looking to transition into the likes of Volibear, Brand, Lissandra, Kennen, and Cho’Gath. Putting these together should get you the Elementalist and Glacial buffs.
Keep in mind that Warmog’s Armor is actually an excellent early game item. It might be burned into your brain that you want to build damage early on thanks to League of Legends, but that isn’t necessarily the case with Teamfight Tactics. Early games are usually slap fights to the death and a large amount of health will help you win some early rounds.
In the end, your team comp should look like: Anivia, Ashe, Blitzcrank, Brand, Cho’Gath, Lissandra, Rek’Sai, Volibear.
Focus entirely on getting Volibear his needed items. Without it this team comp tends to underperform. However, a welt equipped Volibear is nearly unstoppable.
When assembled correctly, this team comp basically makes it impossible for the enemy to do anything while Volibear tears up their champions one by one. The addition of Blitzcrank gives you a way of dealing with a particularly problematic back line carry.
With this group you’ll get the following buffs:
- 4 Brawlers – +700 bonus health to Brawlers.
- 3 Elementalists – At the start of combat, summon an Elemental with 2500 health and 100 attack damage.
- 4 Glacials – Glacial units have a 35% chance to stun on hit for two seconds.
- 1 Robot – Robots start combat with full mana.
- Volibear: Rapid Firecannon (2x Recurve), Guinsoo’s Rageblade (Needless + Recurve), Warmog’s Armor (2x Giant’s Belt)
And that’s it! Best of luck with your TFT Glacials comp! If you’re looking for the best TFT team comps in the current 9.14 patch, we have a guide dedicated to that! Likewise if you’re new to the game and don’t know where to start, we have a tips guide with 13 really important things you should know. And for those of you who keep up to date, make sure to check out the TFT Patch 9.14 patch notes since there were a ton of changes!