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 Wild Team Comp guide which is up to date as of TFT Patch 9.14.
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TFT Wild Team Comp with Shapeshifters
The best TFT team comp that utilizes Wild right now is Wild Shapeshifters.
With Elise now a tier one unit, it’s possible to get both her and Nidalee at two stars relatively early. If you find yourself in that situation, this comp can really do some damage. You should focus entirely on enabling the Shapeshifter bonus by getting Shyvana. After you have all three, try to get a complete Warmog’s Armor by combining two Giant’s Belts.
During the mid game you can fill out the remainder of your spots with Wild units or any other two star units you have. You’ll want Draven and Gnar on your battlefield as soon as possible. Don’t worry about the fact that they’re one star units. They’re super powerful right off the bat.
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: Ahri, Cho’Gath, Draven, Gnar, Nidalee, Shyvana, Swain, Warwick.
With this group you’ll get the following buffs:
- 3 Shapeshifters – On transform, gain 60% max HP.
- 2 Brawlers – +300 bonus health to Brawlers.
- 4 Wild – Each unit’s attacks give them one stack of Fury (5 stack cap). Stacks provide 8% attack speed.
- 2 Imperials – Double damage for one Imperial.
- Shyvana: Warmog’s Armor (2x Giant’s Belt), Guardian Angel (BF Sword + Chain Vest), Hextech Gunblade (BF Sword + Needless)
- Draven: Rapid Firecannon (2x Recurve), Guinsoo’s Rageblade (Needless + Recurve), Bloodthirster (BF Sword + Negatron)
If you play everything correctly, Shyvana should end up nigh unkillable.
And that’s it! Best of luck with your TFT Wild 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!