Teamfight Tactics: Gizmos and Gadgets is here, ushering a new wave of experimentation and innovation as players try and figure out the best comps.
With its debut patch, there can be a lot to absorb and integrate into your gameplay quickly. This article will highlight some of the best compositions that are available in Teamfight Tactics: Gizmos and Gadgets on patch 11.22. From one-shotting your enemy’s entire team with Lux to machine gun Urgot, here are some of the best comps for TFT Gizmos and Gadgets as of the 11.22 update.
The new Challenger trait is incredibly strong, granting bonus attack speed that scales with the number of Challengers in play, doubling for a short duration after a Challenger participates in a kill. In addition, Challenger units speedily rush towards their next target when they’re out of range, cutting down on the time spent slogging around the board.
Yone and Fiora are the primary carries of this composition, using Academy‘s free scaling stats to buff up Yone to absurd levels alongside the attack speed from Challenger. Since Yone’s ability sends out an untargetable clone, he is an excellent carry since he can heal from his clone while his original body is under crowd control. This ability to avoid disruption is what makes Yone so powerful in Gizmos and Gadgets. Look to pair Yone with attack speed, life steal or other healing items, and a dash of critical strike.
This composition wants to use four Challengers to soup up Yone, while still splashing for tanky frontline units like Braum and Enchanters like Orianna or Janna.
Lux is one of the most potentially powerful units in the new TFT set. With the ability to refund tons of mana on a kill with her ultimate, extra damage from Academy and Arcanist, and a board-wide range, Lux is terrifying in Gizmos and Gadgets.
Try to put Lux in a corner, equipping her with Jeweled Gauntlet and Blue Buff, with Infinity Edge rounding out the dream loadout, in order to amp her damage and get more consistent casts of her ultimate when she’s not executing enemy champions. If you can assemble the full spell crit loadout described, Lux will be demolishing units left, right, and center as she carries you to victory.
Pair Lux with Arcanists and Academy units to give her as much damage as possible, without neglecting durable tanks to buy Lux time to cast her ultimate repeatedly. Units like Leona, Galio, or Braum all make excellent ways to shield Lux from harm while waiting for her to become a gatling gun of laser blasts.
Urgot has forgone his famous executing ultimate in favor of a more rapid-fire approach in TFT: Gizmos and Gadgets and it’s shaping up to be one of the best comps at this early stage.
Urgot’s ability sends his auto attacks into turbo mode, upping their damage and speed. This composition does everything it can to enable Urgot, pairing him with a roster of Chemtech units to increase his defensive stats without having to dedicate item components to it. Urgot loves plenty of attack-focused items, from Guinsoo’s Rageblade to Bloodthirster to Runaan’s Hurricane.
Place Urgot further back and let tankier Hextech units take initial aggro while Urgot begins to fire up. Guinsoo’s Rageblade has especially good synergy with Urgot, making his ability fire more shots and making him cast his ability far more often. Save gold early and spend it on levelling up to get Urgot as quickly as possible.