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Teamfight Tactics Set 7.5 Little Legends And Battle Pass

Riot Games has officially unveiled the contents within Set 7.5's Battle Pass+ and the upcoming Little Legends to debut in TFT Patch 12.17.
Teamfight Tactics Set 7.5 Little Legends And Battle Pass

Riot Games recently unveiled its upcoming Teamfight Tactics (TFT) Set 7.5 Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms last 22nd August 2022, including all the available traits, augments, units, and more. For TFT’s Mid-Set, things look much cooler as Set 7.5 is ”chalked full of secret spas, tranquil lagoons, and Dragon filled pools.”

On 23rd August 2022, Riot Games revealed Set 7.5 Battle Pass and featured Little Legends. Unlike previous seasonal passes, this time around, Uncharted Realms’ featured Sprite is entirely free as a reward for playing. Additionally, Chibi Little Legends return with Lee Sin taking the stage in his standard and Dragonmancer form.

TFT Set 7.5 Battle Pass and Little Legends

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Teamfight Tactics Set 7.5 is called Dragonlands: Uncharted Realms.

TFT Set 7.5 - Battle Pass

The Uncharted Realms Battle Pass+ costs 1295 RP, which includes all the featured Little Legends and more (except Chibi Lee Sin). But players can still earn rewards through the free-to-play Battle Pass.

The exclusive Battle Pass features the “Grotto of the Secret Spa, TFT’s newest T3 arena found in a cavern with pristine pools warmed by dragon fire and water enhanced with scale nourishing minerals.”

“As you chart the new territories of the Dragonlands and progress through the Battle Pass+, you’ll unlock four new aquatic booms. Skipping across the gentle pools to gently smash into your opponent’s Tactician is the Skipping Stone boom. If that didn’t cause your foe to kick the bucket, the Bucket Yeet boom just might.

Then there’s the Dragon Float Splash boom for those who want to send their enemies on a lazy river ride to eighth place. Finally we’ve got a boom inspired by cats with a career in keyboard tapdancing—the Dragon Geyser boom.”

TFT Set 7.5 - Little Legends

This time around, various Little Legends feature much cooler hues in design and seem to go with the aesthetic of “dragon fire and water.”

Sauna Sprite

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This is Sauna Sprite.

For the very first time in TFT, the Battle Pass Sprite is for free upon playing as a reward. This Sprite can be seen soaking in a small wooden tub with a warm towel over its head, relaxing.

Regal Koi Starmaw

Regal Koi Starmaw is Set 7.5’s exclusive Little Legend to make way in the Battle Pass+.

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This is Regal Koi Starmaw.

This Little Legend looks like an elegant fish with light green and peach hues and has three evolutions players can acquire.

Dragon Trainer Pengu

Taking cuteness to the next level comes Dragon Trainer Pengu, the latest Little Legend to be featured for a reasonable price in-store.

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This is Dragon Trainer Pengu.

”Dragon Trainer Pengu is searching high and low for Dragonlands secrets like new OP comps and magnific discoveries.“ Dragon Trainer Pengu has a five percent drop rate in Splash Resort Chests 390 RP per chest.


This is Bungo.

For those looking to open Little Legends eggs, you might find Bungo lying around in one of them. “Bungo is a goof. Their energy levels are that of a puppy, but the impact of that energy is more similar to well… a dragon.”

Bungo comes in these variants: Bungo, Honeybuzz Bungo, Rosebloom Bungo, Jade Bungo, Astral Bungo, and Dearest Bungo.


Next on the list of what players can find in Little Legends eggs is Prancie. Prancie is the fanciest Little Legend yet. It “demands your utmost attention—just don’t expect much in return. They’re part of the youthful Sonic Draconic and add their much-needed vocals (and style) to the crew.”

This is Prancie.

Prancie comes in these variants: Prancie, Koi Prancie, Ragewing Prancie, Jade Prancie, Darkflight Prancie, Everfrost Prancie”

Bungo and Prancie can be bought directly for 750 RP (rare), 925  RP (epic), or hatched from Uncharted Realms Eggs for 490 RP.

Chibi Lee Sin / Chibi Dragomancer Lee Sin

Joining the ranks of all the Chibi Little Legends comes Chibi Lee Sin. This cute little character comes in two forms, a standard form, and an upgraded Dragonmancer Style.

Both have unique interactions and emotes. You can pick up Chibi Lee Sin directly from the shop for 1900 RP and purchase Uncharted Realms Egg for 490 RP to get his Dragomancer form.

And that’s all there is to it. For more information about the Battle Pass, Little Legends, and other cosmetic details of the upcoming TFT Set 7.5, check out Riot Games' official website.

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All featured images are courtesy of Riot Games.