Teamfight Tactics Meta: Best Comps and Builds for TFT Set 6 (Patch 11.24)

Teamfight Tactics Meta: Best Comps and Builds for TFT Set 6 (Patch 11.24)

Best TFT Comps for Patch 11.24

My name is Alan and I’ve peaked Challenger in multiple TFT sets and I constantly work with top Challenger players like Ace of Spades and Saintvicious to analyze the meta.

Set 6 has been out for one patch now, and the meta has evolved quite a bit over that time. The meta has been quite diverse so far, and this patch looks to simply do some little touch ups to some problems here and there.

NOTE: These team comps will be accurate when we publish at the beginning of the patch but are constantly updated by our experts. If you visit in between patch releases, there may be a slight lag time for when the blog is updated to match it so be sure to check our official website’s TFT team comp page for the most up-to-date info.


Peeba Load the Toad: S-tier

TFT Peeba Load the Toad Team Comp (Patch 11.22)

Every set release, there is a comp that just mashes together a bunch of 4 and 5-cost units, and it usually does well on release. We expect this comp to outperform the rest, assuming you can reach it.

Team Comp Description:

This comp, as per the title, is credited to Peeba who is famous for making expensive team comps on set releases. This comp combines essentially the strongest units in the game to overpower any team comp in the late game. As such, you will want to use the Mercenary units to gain extra economy to afford this comp.

[How to play Peeba Load the Toad]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have a strong economy with units like Mercenaries and have a window to transition to this expensive comp.

X-Men: S-tier

TFT X-Men Team Comp Patch 11.24

Mutants are looking in a good spot this patch due to nerfs to other comps.

Team Comp Description:

This comp revolves around the Mutant trait and Malzahar as the main carry. We recommend using this comp with these Mutations (in order): Metamorphosis, Voracious Appetite.

[How to play X-Men]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have a good Mutant start and the bonus is one of the three listed above. Having good items is also a good indication. (Tears)

Four: S-tier

TFT Four Team Comp Patch 11.24

We think Jhin will be a solid pick this next patch mainly due to other comps being nerfed while this comp remaining largely untouched.

Team Comp Description:

This comp follows a simple ranged AD carry formula that we’ve seen set after set. Orianna can be your magic damage carry if you have a Sniper Emblem for her. Otherwise you will want to put in Miss Fortune over Seraphine.

[How to play Four]

When to make:

This comp doesn’t use any large vertical trait, so you can play this comp almost any game with any start. Focus on getting good items for Jhin and picking up strong utility units when you find them.

Bruiser Crab: S-tier

TFT Bruiser Crab (Patch 11.23)

Urgots fits a lot of characteristics of a strong carry. Good damage, ranged, tanky, sustain, etc.

Team Comp Description:

This comp uses Urgot as the main carry and has Bruisers to be a strong frontline.

[How to play Bruiser Crab]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have a good Bruiser start and good items for Urgot.

Challenger Yone: S-tier

TFT Challenger Yone Patch 11.24

Yone still looks good going into this next patch, but Fiora may overtake him as the main Challenger carry.

Team Comp Description:

The point of this comp is to burst down the enemy team as quick as possible with all of the Challenger units. Yone is the main carry who can often burst down enemy backlines with his ability.

[How to play Challenger Yone]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have good Yone items and can transition with Challengers easily.

Pog’Maw: S-tier

TFT Pog'Maw Patch 11.24

This is another Mutant comp that looks to be strong going into 11.24

Team Comp Description:

This comp looks to slow roll for Kog’Maw as the main carry and uses the Protector units to provide a frontline for him. Kog’Maw’s ability helps him shred through tanks, so this can be a good team comp to use against Colossus or Bruiser team comps.

[How to play Pog’Maw]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have a good start with the slow roll units like Kassadin, Graves, Garen, and Kog’Maw. Having a good mutation like Metamorphosis or Voracious Appetite will also be ideal for this comp.

Scholar Akali: S-tier

TFT Scholar Akali Patch 11.24

Akali has seen very little play thus far, but people are starting to see potential in her.

Team Comp Description:

This comp uses Akali as the main carry and the 4 Scholar trait to give her lots of mana to constantly cast. The Syndicate trait is also there to buff her up. If you are able to get a Scholar Heart or Scholar Emblem, you can replace Lissandra with Orianna.

[How to play Scholar Akali]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have Scholars and Syndicates early game and are comfortable going for level 8 to find Akali. Having a Scholar Emblem/Heart will also help a lot.

Warweek: S-tier

TFT Warweek Patch 11.24

Warwick is another slow roll carry that is less affected by this patch.

Team Comp Description:

This comp slow rolls for Warwick 3 as the main carry and surrounds him with Chemtech units. You can slow roll for multiple units like Warwick, Zac, Lissandra, and even Vi.

[How to play Warweek]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you find Warwicks early and have decent items for him.

Adrenaline Rush Cho:  S-tier

TFT Adrenaline Rush Cho Patch 11.24

Yet another Mutnat comp for this patch.

Team Comp Description:

This comp itemizes Cho’Gath as a damage carry by using the Adrenaline Rush Mutant Bonus to give extra attacks to Mutants. This turns Cho’Gath into a fast auto attacking monster.

[How to play Adrenaline Rush Cho]

When to make:

Go for this comp if the Mutant Bonus is Adrenaline Rush.

Katarina Reroll: A-tier

TFT Katarina Reroll Patch 11.24

The boogeywoman of last patch has been nerfed, but she may still be a strong carry.

Team Comp Description:

This slow roll comp focuses on Katarina as the main carry and looks to 3 star as many units as possible. The comp slow rolls at level 6 for everyone except for Taric, and then goes to level 7 to add in Taric for a free Socialite buff.

[How to play Katarina Reroll]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you find a good start with Assassins / Katarina and have solid items for Katarina.

Arcanist Lux: A-tier

TFT Arcanist Lux (Patch 11.23)

Vex has been nerfed quite hard, so we’re bringing this comp down a bit.

Team Comp Description:

This comp looks to build around the Arcanist trait with many strong magic damage units like Lux, Vex, and Viktor. Vex is a target to 3 star, but we recommend simply rolling for it at level 8 instead of slow rolling at level 7.

[How to play Arcanist Lux]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have a lot of magic damage items. Having an Arcanist Emblem or an Arcanist Heart will also be very strong as this comp can reach 6 Arcanist with one of these.

7 Innovator: A-tier

TFT 7 Innovator Team Comp Patch 11.24

This comp was great assuming you could reach 7 Innovator, but the nerfs to Jayce do hurt.

Team Comp Description:

This comp looks to get 7 Innovator by either having a Hextech Augment that provides Innovator, or by getting a Tome of Traits to get an Innovator Emblem. This allows you to have a very high health Dragon that provides insane amounts of utility and frontline. Jayce is one carry that does amazing with tanky items, while Seraphine is the backline carry with magic damage items.

[How to play 7 Innovator]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have an Innovator Heart/Soul or an Innovator Emblem.

Wide Fiora: A-tier

TFT Wide Fiora Team Comp Patch 11.24

Fiora is becoming quite an interesting carry after the buffs. We’ll she if she overtakes Yone as the better Challenger carry.

Team Comp Description:

As the name suggests, this comp revolves around Fiora as the main carry and surrounds her with a variety of traits. This results in a powerful team with lots of utility to empower Fiora.

[How to play Wide Fiora]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have good items for Fiora, or find her early / are able to 2 star her easily.

6 Assassins: A-tier

TFT 6 Assassins Team Comp (Patch 11.23)

The buffs to Shaco make this comp more interesting to play now.

Team Comp Description:

This comp uses the 6 Assassin trait to try and burst down enemy backlines with carries like Shaco and Akali. They specialize in attack and magic damage respectively, making it easy to itemize for both of them.

[How to play 6 Assassins]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you find Assassins early and find good items for them. Namely, Infinity Edge.

Assassin Samira: A-tier

TFT Assassin Samira Team Comp Patch 11.24

Samira was nerfed this patch, but some players are using her as an Assassin carry.

Team Comp Description:

This comp uses Assassin Emblems to create an Assassin team built around Samira and Imperial. With two Assassin Emblems, you can also make Quinn an Assassin, but you can simply wait until level 8 to put in a 4th Assassin as well.

[How to play Assassin Samira]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you can get Assassin Emblem and good items for Samira.

Trundle Reroll: B-tier

TFT Trundle Reroll Team Comp Patch 11.24

This comp was nerfed quite hard, it’s unlikely it will survive the meta.

Team Comp Description:

This comp is a level 6 slow roll comp that looks to itemize around Trundle, Vi, and Ekko. You can reroll for more units like Ezreal, Leona, and Blitzcrank, but we recommend going for more levels after hitting your core of 3 star units.

[How to play Trundle Reroll]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you find Trundle quickly and have good items for him. You should also go for this comp if other people are slow rolling for 2 cost units like Katarina or Kog’Maw.

Candyland Returns: B-tier

TFT Candyland Returns Team Comp (Patch 11.22)

Yordles have shown some promise, but nothing too crazy yet.

Team Comp Description:

This comp uses the Yordle trait and slow rolls for Poppy and Tristana as the main carries. Poppy is the core carry of the comp as she will tank extremely well. Tristana is the main backline carry, and you should prioritize slow rolling for her at level 6. The Yordle trait will give you more Yordles to 3 star Poppy, so level 6 slow rolling is ideal.

[How to play Candyland Returns]

When to make:

Go for this comp if you have a good start with Yordles and defensive items for Poppy.

Viktor Go Brrrr: B-tier

TFT Viktor Team Comp (Patch 11.22)

This comp uses Viktor as the main magic damage carry and just a bunch of other strong units.

Team Comp Description:

This comp revolves around the Chemtech trait, but looks to itemize Viktor as the main carry. He will deal solid magic damage while also reducing armor for other allies to deal more damage with auto attacks.

[How to play Viktor Go Brrrr]

When to make:

Go for this comp when your running Chemtechs and have good magic damage items for Viktor.

Methodology

We evaluate compositions based on 3 key factors:

  • Consistency: How well does this comp perform from game to game and how reliably can you build towards it given a reasonable start?
  • Overall strength: If you do successfully complete the comp, how does it match up against other comps, especially those most prevalent in the meta?
  • Flexibility: Can you make tweaks and adjustments to the comp while events unfold differently in game? These events include item luck, roll luck, and enemy units.

The combination of these three factors allows us to define team compositions as S, A, or B. The ones that have all three will lean toward S, those that are pretty good but may be lacking in some areas will lean towards B.

More TFT Resources

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That’s it for now! We’ll be making more team comp recommendations every week and for future patches. Let us know in the comments if we missed anything and good luck in your TFT matches!