Last 22nd August 2022, Riot Games unveiled its upcoming Mid-Set for its strategy auto battler game, Teamfight Tactics (TFT), called Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms. Since then, the Public Beta Environment (PBE) server opened up the day after, and players have been shuffling compositions, searching for the most overpowered builds to master the flow of the battlefield.
This guide will highlight a few founded compositions players can try out in the PBE server, possibly once the patch hits main servers in early September, if not patched significantly. Note that this guide strictly focuses on compositions tested throughout the Uncharted Realms testing phase and does not reflect the caliber of overpowered-ness once hitting TFT live servers.
The Strongest Compositions In Teamfight Tactics Set 7.5
The PBE server has had some time to settle and for players to find the strongest builds. And, like always, Lux still shines the brightest throughout almost every patch, including Set 7.5 of TFT.
Lux Reroll - Mage/Astral Trait
Considering Astral now gives loot per round completed and not by rerolling, it’s more targeted toward mid-to-late games. And, of course, there aren’t any more players reaching 3-starred Skarners, Vladimir, or Nidalee in the first couple of rounds.
The Lux reroll composition in TFT Set 7.5 is relatively straightforward. Save Gold and reroll for Lux mid-game and build mana-replenishing items like Spear of Shojin or Blue Buff, followed by Jeweled Gauntlet and Hextech Gunblade or Infinity Edge (depending on the situation) along the way.
For this composition, players must build a medley between Mage for damage amplification, double casting, and Astral for loot. This composition is pretty good and easy to use and abuse in games unless contested by other players.
Sapphire Mages - Lagoon/Mage Trait
As one of the TFT-exclusive, Mage-trait units to debut in Set 7.5, Sohm has owned the PBE servers for his capacity to dish out immense amounts of damage if built as a hyper-carry.
The dragon excels at dealing damage by activating its skill since it trickles across other units it affects. Every time it activates its ability, Sohm deals more damage, so acquiring more Mages will double its spell cast and amplify the dragon’s ability power, dishing out more damage.
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If not Spear of Shojin, Sohm needs Blue Buff to procure his ability continuously, and it doesn’t do well without it. After acquiring a mana-regenerating item, Archangel’s Staff goes the extra mile. The last spot is open for any damage-dealing item, such as Jeweled Gauntlet, Hextech Gunblade, or Morellonomicon.
Because Lagoon provides loot through the Seastone mechanic, building a little of the Trait is recommended to boost the item-grabbing when building a Sohm-reliant team. Of course, Mage is a must, but Lagoon goes quite a long way in the mid-to-late game phases in TFT Set 7.5.
Loot Printer Kai’sa - Lagoon Trait
Is having fun the primary objective? Loot Printer Kai’sa is the way to go. One of the more intriguing yet somewhat broken aspects of Lagoon is its Seastone mechanic, rewarding loot to players based on the number of times a skill is cast.
Take Kai’sa and add Blue Buff and a Mage spatula for double spell casting, and players have seemingly endless Tidal Bursts and loot drops. This TFT Set 7.5 composition is quite interesting because it’s all about casting as many abilities as possible and luck in what players get from the Seastone mechanic.
For this composition, players must focus on building up Lagoon. With the Mage spatula on Kai’sa, players won’t need to worry about the Mage trait. And her third item can be Giant Slayer or any other damage-dealing item; make sure to sandwich Kai’sa between units to avoid her dying quickly.
Be advised that these compositions may not reflect their true value after being patched within the following weeks or upon live server release.
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