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TFT Tier List: Best TFT Champions for Patch 14.10

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Welcome to our Teamfight Tactics Tier List for Patch 14.10

Hey everyone, welcome back to our weekly TFT Champion Tier List, where we rank all of the champions in the current patch by strength.

Similar to our LoL tier list, our TFT tier list is curated in collaboration with top-level players, such as Frodan. This list is optimized to help you climb.

For these tiers, we generally use placement stats to determine what champions are performing best this patch. However, since the patch is still fresh, some tiers will also be based on expectations. If a Champion is nerfed heavily, they will be lower on the tier list, and the stats will likely follow.

Overall, the tiers give us a general understanding of what’s doing well this patch, but things can always change as the patch goes on. Players may innovate or optimize, resulting in slight differences toward the end of the patch.

If you want to stay up to date on the best performing champions, check out our Champion Stats Page.

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TFT Tier List for Patch 14.10


1-Cost Tier List

Tier Champions
Optimal (S-tier) Ahri, Darius, Kog’Maw, Sivir
Great (A-tier) Kha’Zix, Malphite, Caitlyn, Rek’Sai
Good (B-tier) Cho’Gath, Yasuo, Garen, Jax, Kobuko

When it comes to 1-cost units, the ranking stats can be somewhat skewed. Champions that stay in end game team comps generally go into vertical traits like Fated, Mythic, Storyweaver, etc.


Ahri has been a solid unit due to Fated being an extremely flexible comp. You can go vertical Fated or flex into Dryad/Porcelain. Because of this, the comp is extremely flexible and consistent.

Darius have been moving up due to Umbral comps showing more promise. Kog’Maw is still good in Mythic comps, and Sivir is seen in either Trickshot or Storyweaver comps. Trickshot got nerfed quite a bit this patch, so that may affect her future rating.


Kha’Zix and Malphite have moved down as Heavenly comps have fallen in the meta. Caitlyn is moving up, and Ghostly vertical comps are looking strong this patch. Lastly, Rek’Sai is a solid piece in Dryad comps, giving her a solid A-tier.


Cho’Gath hasn’t seen much love since the start of the set, and reroll Mythic isn’t in a great spot. Yasuo also hasn’t seen much love this set outside of the first patch. Garen and Jax are solid frontline units early, but you’ll want to pivot out sooner than later. Lastly, Kobuko is only used for Fortune starts, and rarely sees play in final team comps.

2-Cost Tier List

Tier Champions
Optimal (S-tier) Senna, Gnar, Kindred, Janna
Great (A-tier) Lux, Zyra, Qiyana, Riven, Shen, Aatrox
Good (B-tier) Yorick, Teemo, Neeko


Senna is a new addition to the S-tier this patch. Her reroll comp is looking to be a top performing this patch, combining her with Ghostly units. Gnar and Kindred make up the Dryad reroll core, and it’s still going strong. Lastly, Janna is a great unit as well. You can play her as a reroll carry, or use her in level 9 team comps with Dragonlord.


Lux is still seeing play as the Porcelain core is still strong. Zyra is moving up the tier list and is looking to be a strong reroll carry this patch. Qiyana still sees some play in Heavenly comps. The last three, Riven, Shen, and Aatrox, are all solid frontliners used in a variety of comps.


Yorick sees some niche play as a reroll carry with his Hero Augment, but he isn’t performing great. Vertical Umbral is a solid comp, but hasn’t pushed to the top of the meta. Teemo finds himself in a poor spot. You can use him for Fortune, but with Trickshot being nerfed, his stats have been poor so far. Neeko can be used in Heavenly comps, but she’s often dropped for other units.

3-Cost Tier List

Tier Champions
Optimal (S-tier) Soraka, Thresh, Diana, Volibear
Great (A-tier) Aphelios, Alune, Amumu, Yone
Good (B-tier) Tristana, Illaoi, Tahm Kench, Zoe, Bard


Soraka’s high stats are likely inflated due to her being utilized in level 9 boards. However, reroll Soraka with Diana/Zoe might creep up this patch. Diana is in a similar boat, being used in strong late game comps, but isn’t extremely powerful mid game. Thresh is also a premier 3-cost tank with Fated being in a strong position this patch.


Aphelios is also part of the Fated trait, but he’s optional. You can drop him and play toward Dryad instead of Sniper. Alune and Yone have found decent success as part of the Umbral vertical comp. Amumu continues to be good in Porcelain comps.


Tristana has yet to perform well this set. Illaoi also is in a rough spot as vertical Arcanist comps have been weak. Tahm Kench and Bard haven’t performed too well, even with Mythic comps being pretty strong. Lastly, Zoe hasn’t had the best performance. But Zoe reroll might creep up this patch as a strong comp.

4-Cost Tier List

Tier Champions
Optimal (S-tier) Syndra, Lee Sin, Ornn, Annie
Great (A-tier) Sylas, Galio, Nautilus, Lillia, Morgana, Kayn, Ashe
Good (B-tier) Kai’Sa


As expected, Syndra is our top ranked 4-cost unit. The Fated core is just flexible and powerful, with Syndra at the center of it. Lee Sin continues to be a strong late game carry with Dragonlord, and Ornn is the best tank in the game. Annie has also been performing well, as you can use her in Invoker comps like Mythic or Porcelain flex.


Most of the other 4-cost units are strong options, and there isn’t too much to note about them.


Unfortunately, Kai’Sa is dropping into B-tier this patch. Trickshot Bruiser has been a strong comp for a few patches now, and this patch seems to have finally brought her down.

5-Cost Tier List

Tier Champions
Optimal (S-tier) Azir, Rakan, Wukong, Xayah, Udyr, Lissandra, Irelia, Hwei, Sett
Great (A-tier) N/A
Good (B-tier) N/A


5-Cost units are difficult to rank because they’re quite context based. If you’re playing a Fast 9 strat, you want Azir as your main carry. Azir is also the most flexible carry, being used in Mythic, Porcelain, and even Fated comps with Dryad.

All of the 5-cost units are strong, but it largely depends on what team comp you’re playing and if you can find the right ones.

TFT Tier List Methodology

Our goal is to deliver the most accurate tier list we can. When data becomes available, we will add that to our decision making as well.

To ensure accuracy, we work with experts with multiple Challenger accounts like Frodan to filter through data and combine it with expert insight.

Stats are never perfect, but they’re an amazing tool for answering questions about the state of the metagame.

Feedback is welcomed to figure out what we missed!

Units are valued in the following ways:

  • S-tier = Super powerful and contested champs that everyone wants and forms comps around.
  • A-tier = Champs that fit very well into powerful comps in the meta.
  • B-tier = Champs that are situational but still fit into good comps.

In the current state of the game, items are a big component of champ strength and champs that work well with them are high value. Right now, we’ll be organizing by unit cost.

While some champions may excel in the early or mid game, champions will generally rank higher if they stay present on a final team comp. This allows you to have flexibility when transitioning to a late game team comp.

Champions that can be reroll carrys also generally rank higher. You can commit to a low-cost unit to reroll, or level up normally and use them as an item holder. This added flexibility gives them a higher rank than other units.

If a unit usually carries and has good items, it is evaluated in that context since items are so integral to the game.

Please remember that TFT is highly situational so ALL units can be used. Explore and help us figure out the things we may have missed!

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