The new Teamfight Tactics set is out on the Public Beta Environment. Here’s a full list of the TFT origins and units to help you assemble a composition to save or raze Spatulopolis.
The new Teamfight Tactics set has arrived on League of Legends’ PBE, where hundreds of thousands of players are queueing up to get a taste of the latest iteration of the Runeterra-themed auto battler. Here’s every origin and unit in the set so you can build teams more easily and enjoy the new set.
A.D.M.I.N is a brand new archetype for TFT origins, which lets you select the function, in Causes and Effects, from one of three offered options at each breakpoint. Causes are when the trait gives its benefits, with Effects being the bonuses granted.
The A.D.M.I.N champions are very flexible and can adapt to different playstyles depending on what you choose. Each A.D.M.I.N trait choice will offer you a choice between three randomly paired causes and effects.
Anima Squad is a new trait based on the Anima Squad skin line from League of Legends. Anima Squad is a straightforwards composition that gains permanent bonuses as the match progresses, rewarding committed Anima Squad players.
When an Anima Squad champion kills a champion, the Anima Squad member pauses to celebrate and the Anima Squad gains a stack of fame. Anima squad champions gain bonus AD and AP as well as maximum health based off your fame stacks
Arsenal is the unique trait belonging to Aphelios, who has three weapons that players can select from when placing Aphelios on the board. One is an AoE flamethrower blast best for widespread damage, one is an area stun best for locking down big groups of enemies, and the last is a targeted chunk of damage that blows up squishy threats.
If you’re not happy with the weapon Aphelios is using, just move him onto your bench and back out and you’ll be able to choose again.
Civilian is a support trait meant to enable the rest of your team into casting their abilities faster.
Your team gains bonus mana every 2 seconds for each Civilian alive.
Gadgeteens create powerful versions of items that fall apart between rounds of combat. These can be equipped to non-Gadgeteen and Gadgeteen champions alike.
3 – Create 1 item every player combat
5 – Create 2 items every player combat
Lulu – 1-cost Heart
Poppy – 1-cost Defender
Annie – 2-cost Ox Force Spellsliner
Zoe – 3-cost Hacker Prankster
LaserCorps is a trait that powers up units as more and more of your team die, super-charging individual members or spreading out the damage if you can keep them alive.
Each LaserCorps champion has a combat drone that sticks with them. Whenever they attack or are hit by attacks, their drone has a 50% chance to deal damage to their target with an 0.5 second cooldown. When a LaserCorps member dies, their drone is added to the drones of the nearest LaserCorps agent.
Inspired by Dragonmancers from last set, Mecha: PRIME is all about selecting one champion who will become a literally enormous threat and planning around that.
Use the Mecha Selector to designate a champion as the Prime Mecha. At combat start, the Prime Mecha combines with the two nearest Mecha units, absorbing 110% of their total health into its own.
Ox Force is a team that presents possible threats from every unit, with a powerful leader in the 5-cost slot who can destroy teams all on his own.
Ox Force champions gain attack speed as they lose health. Once per combat when they would die, instead they go invulnerable for 1.5 seconds and keep fighting before dying.
Star Guardians are back in the list of TFT origins for the new set, and they’ve brought a new trait bonus with them.
Star Guardians get bonus mana from all sources, be that items, auto-attacking, or other traits like Civilian.
Supers are the classic superheroes of Spatulopolis, though they are few and far between.
Threat are a brand new type of trait in Teamfight Tactics, because it doesn’t do anything. Threat champions have no other traits, except Fiddlesticks, who has a unique trait. In order This makes them great options for wearing Emblems and slotting them into other compositions, adding stats and bonuses
Underground is a brand-new economy-focused addition to TFT origins that relies on the player’s ability to estimate how long they have left to live in the game as they crack into vaults filled with rewards.
Every player combat, Underground champions crack the locks on valuable safes. Every 9 locks that you crack, you are offered an increasingly powerful payout. Each time, you’re given the option to take the reward and reset your lock count or keep going for some of the most powerful payouts in the game.
That’s all the TFT origins and units in Monsters attack. If you want to know what all the secondary traits, or Classes, mentioned here do, check out our TFT Set 8 Classes guide.