Teamfight Tactics Comps Guide – 3 of the Best TFT Builds for Patch 9.19

There are currently 56 different Teamfight Tactics champions available right now. With abilities, origins, classes, and items to consider, it can be hard to know how strong each one is. And that doesn’t even consider the fact that how you combine the various champions is equally as important. Our Teamfight Tactics comps guide will run down some of the best team builds available!

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Best Teamfight Tactics Comps for 9.19

The Teamfight Tactics meta is changing pretty rapidly as Riot continues to release frequent balance updates for the game. We’ll do our best to keep this guide up to date, but as a whole, it exists mostly to give new players some idea of solid team builds.

Last updated on 9/26/2019 for TFT Patch 9.19. 

Thanks to Mobalytics and Blitz for being awesome sources of information!

Imperial Knights

Well we knew Knights would be good thanks to some buffs and the fact that Mordekaiser can actually bop people in early rounds. No surprise that the comp fits well with the Imperials. High damage combined with tankiness is a good combination.

In the end, your team comp should look like: Darius, Draven, Garen, Katarina, Poppy, Sejuani, Swain.

With this group you’ll get the following buffs:

  • 4 Imperials – Double damage for all Imperials.
  • 4 Knights – Your team ignores 35 damage from all sources.

Recommended Items:

  • Draven: Runaan’s Hurricane (Recurve + Spatula), Bloodthirster (BF Sword + Negatron), Guinsoo’s Rageblade (BF Sword + Negatron)
  • Swain: Guardian Angel (BF Sword + Chain Vest), Dragon’s Claw (Negatron + Negatron), Morellonomicon (Giant’s Belt + Needless)

Knight Rangers

Surprise! More Knights! Take a whole bunch of Knights and combine them with Kindred for the Phantom buff and then add in a Vayne for carrying.

In the end, your team comp should look like: Darius, Garen, Kindred, Mordekaiser, Poppy, Sejuani, Vayne.

With this group you’ll get the following buffs:

  • 6 Knights (with Knight’s Vow) – Your team ignores 65 damage from all sources.
  • 2 Rangers – Every three seconds, Rangers have a 25% chance to double their attack speed for three seconds.
  • 2 Phantoms – Curse a random enemy at the start of combat, setting their HP to 100.

Recommended Items:

  • Vayne: Guinsoo’s Rageblade (Needless + Recurve), Runaan’s Hurricane (Negatron + Spatula), Giant Slayer (BF Sword + Recurve)
  • Kindred – Giant’s Belt (Negatron + Spatula)

Ninja Assassins

Akali got some buffs and as a result this comp is back in play.

In the end, your team comp should look like:  Akali, Evelynn, Kennen, Pyke, Rengar, Shen, Zed.

With this group you’ll get the following buffs:

  • 6 Assassins (with Ghostblade) – 150% Crit Damage & 25% Crit Chance for your Assassins.
  • 4 Ninjas – +80 attack damage and +80 ability power for your Ninjas.

Recommended Items:

  • Kennen: Morellonomicon (Giant’s Belt + Needless), Guardian Angel (BF Sword + Chain Vest), Youmoo’s Ghostblade (BF Sword + Spatula)
  • Akali: Dragon’s Claw (Negatron + Negatron), Phantom Dancer (Chain Vest + Recurve), Hextech Gunblade (BF Sword + Negatron)

And there you have it! Thanks for reading our Teamfight Tactics comps guide. For more information, be sure to check back later. We’ll continue to update this guide with more tips and add future content as Teamfight Tactics develops.

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  1. Yordle Sorcerers build takes forever to build. Three seperate times it failed really bad. Need more recommendations on items please. Also, Tanks are shaky at best. Garen is good but you waste all your stuff to get him when everyone else plays him now that he is considered Amazing.

    1. Keep in mind that you really have to roll with the punches. While these are ideal builds, sometimes RNG just won’t let you force them.

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