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 Rangers Team Comp guide which is up to date as of TFT Patch 9.14.
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TFT Glacial Rangers
There are a lot of different Teamfight Tactics comps out there. Glacial Rangers is one of the most infamous for its ability to freeze multiple enemies at once.
Spend early game buying up Mordekaiser, Vayne, and Garen. The two Knights should be able to give you an active buff relatively quickly. Try to stall out until mid-game when you can bring Ashe, Sejuani, and Volibear online for the basic Glacials buff. That crowd control is crucial for this comp.
It’s sad to say, but champions like Cho’Gath and Kindred, the only other Phantom, aren’t an integral part of this comp. You also won’t be itemizing either Mordekaiser or Kindred. Focus on Ashe and Vayne primarily and if you’re really loaded with items, Varus is another good choice.
In the end, your team comp should look like: Ashe, Cho’Gath, Kindred, Mordekaiser, Sejuani, Varus, Vayne.
With this group you’ll get the following buffs:
- 4 Rangers – Every three seconds, Rangers have a 65% chance to double their attack speed for three seconds.
- 3 Glacials – Glacial units have a 35% chance to stun on hit for two seconds.
- 2 Phantoms – Curse a random enemy at the start of combat, setting their HP to 100.
- 2 Brawlers – +300 bonus health to Brawlers.
- 2 Knights – Knights block 20 damage from basic attacks.
- Vayne: 2x Guinsoo’s Rageblade (Needless + Recurve), Rapid Firecannon (2x Recurve)
- Ashe: 2x Spear of Shojin (BF Sword + Tear), Rapid Firecannon (2x Recurve)
- Varus: Guinsoo’s Rageblade (Needless + Recurve), Rabadon’s Deathcap (2x Needless), Seraph’s Embrace (2x Tear)
If you’re feeling adventurous, or just have the right champions, you can also get away with an Elementalist Rangers build with Anivia, Brand, and Lissandra. Since two of the three are Glacials it really doesn’t slow down the team at all. In fact, some argue that it’s even stronger. If you do opt for that, focus on building out Brand and Varus.
And that’s it! Best of luck with your TFT Rangers 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!