Easiest TFT Comps in LoL

Currently having problems when playing Teamfight Tactics? Don’t fret, because here are the easiest comps you can use to win all of your games!
Easiest TFT Comps in LoL




Teamfight Tactics, made by Riot Games, may be hard to grasp, especially if you just started playing. The number of units and possible synergies may give players headaches. 

So, to make things easier, this is a compilation of the easiest TFT comps to execute to provide you with a headstart on your TFT games!



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Talon Reroll

From the name of the comp itself, this uses Talon as the primary carry. However, in order to win with this composition, you should have excellent items for Talon (Infinity Edge, Quicksilver, and Rapid Firecannon). 

On the other hand, the main traits for this comp are Debonair and Assassins, which are not hard to complete. 

Slow rolling is your friend in this comp, and you should do it once you hit level six. Additionally, a VIP Talon is also essential in this setup, so try your best to get him while rolling!

Talon Reroll Units:

  • Talon
  • Khazix
  • Ekko
  • Leona
  • Blitzcrank
  • Syndra
  • Nocturne

Comp Synergy:

  • Four Assassins
  • Three Debonairs
  • Two Scraps
  • Two Bodyguards


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Twitch Reroll

This TFT comp has a similar playstyle to the previous one. Twitch Reroll focuses on getting a high starred Twitch as a carry. Go for this comp if you have good Twitch items (Last Whisper, Infinity Edge, and Runaan's Hurricane). 

Unlike Talon reroll, you do not have to level up to six to start rerolling for units. Twitch Reroll mostly uses low-cost champions, like Singed, Camille, and Ezreal, so it would be best to roll during the early game while you have a low level. 

Getting your one cost champions to three stars will likely ensure a top-four victory.

Twitch Reroll Units:

  • Twitch
  • Seraphine
  • Ekko
  • Warwick
  • Zilean
  • Camille
  • Ezreal
  • Singed

Comp Synergy:

  • Five Innovators
  • Three Chemtechs
  • Two Challengers
  • Two Clockworks
  • Two Scraps
  • Two Assassins
  • One Socialite


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Yordles

Probably the easiest comp ever released by Riot Games in the history of Teamfight Tactics, you will not break a sweat playing this comp in your ranked games. 

The best way to play yordles is to load magic damage items (like Jeweled Gauntlet, Blue buff, or Rabadon's Deathcap) to Corki and bruiser items to Poppy.

It will not fall down to your playstyle when you roll to get three-star champions. It is hard to win the late game with this comp, but it is possible. Start buying all the yordles in the early game, and add a Blitzcrank as soon as possible.

Yordles Units:

  • Corki
  • Lulu
  • Gnar
  • Ziggs
  • Vex
  • Blitzcrank
  • Poppy

Yordles Synergy:

  • Six Yordles
  • Two Bodyguards
  • Two Arcanists
  • One Socialite
  • Two Scraps


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Innovator Senna

This comp is slightly harder to achieve compared to the other ones in this list, but it is still pretty to achieve once you get your luck going. There are a lot of variations with this comp, but Senna as the primary carry is the best one of all.

Innovator Senna focuses on getting all the innovator units while putting Senna as the main carry.

Since Senna will be the carry, you need to have good items (Infinity Edge, Last Whisper, Giant Slayer) in order to succeed with this comp. Save gold and high roll at level six in order to find Seraphine and Senna.

Innovator Senna Units:

  • Senna
  • Seraphine
  • Jayce
  • Orianna
  • Vi
  • Ekko
  • Zilean
  • Ezreal

Comp Synergy:

  • Five Innovators
  • One Rival
  • One Transformer
  • Two Enforcers
  • Two Socialites
  • Two Scraps
  • Two Enchanters
  • Two Clockworks


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Striker Socialites

This comp is pretty easy to execute because it only needs buffing up two four cost units.

Only go for this comp if you have good attack damage and attack speed items, such as BF Sword, Guardian Angel, Infinity Edge, and Bloodthirster, since your two carries, Irelia and Sivir, need these items to deal massive damage.

Most of the champions in this comp are expensive, so you have to play the early game really well to get a good economy and transition into the late game. It would be best to roll when you reach a high level, somewhere around 7-8, to get your units into two stars.

Striker Socialites Units:

  • Braum
  • Blitzcrank
  • Irelia
  • Rek'sai
  • Gnar
  • Senna
  • Seraphine
  • Sivir

Comp Synergy:

  • Four Strikers
  • Three Socialites
  • Two Bodyguards
  • Two Scraps


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Hextech Sivir

Play this comp similarly as Innovator Senna. Hextech Sivir features all the hextech units in the game, with Sivir as the main carry

This comp is really easy to execute because you can find Hextech units as early as stage one. Not only that, but the said units are at a low cost, too, so getting them into two or three stars is a pretty easy feat. 

However, it is recommended that you roll at a high level, around 8, to find Sivir easily. Like all other carry comps, Sivir needs items that will suit her, so get a Statikk Shiv, Quicksilver, and Guinsoo's Rageblade to achieve the highest possible DPS.

Hextech Sivir Units:

  • Sivir
  • Alistar
  • Silco
  • Vi
  • Lucian
  • Sejuani
  • Swain
  • Jarvan IV

Comp Synergy:

  • Six Hextechs
  • One Rival
  • One Mastermind
  • Two Enforcers
  • Two Bruisers
  • Two Strikers


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Ezreal Reroll

Probably the easiest comp to execute in this list since it only involves really cheap units. Not only that, but this team also has a few synergies, so anyone would not have a problem hitting the important units.

It is recommended to go for this comp if you find many Ezreals in the early game. 

Five innovators are ideal for getting the best out of this comp, and it will be better if you ever hit seven with a spatula (Innovator emblem) or Tome of Traits. Since innovator units are really cheap, you would not have problems transitioning into the mid-game and late-game once you hit upgrades.

Ezreal Reroll Units:

  • Ezreal
  • Ekko
  • Zilean
  • Seraphine
  • Singed
  • Camille

Comp Synergies:

  • Five Innovators
  • Two Clockworks
  • Two Scraps
  • One Socialite

That ends the list for the easiest tft comps. No one can deny that Teamfight Tactics is a really fun game, and some have been saying that this is the best TFT set ever that Riot Games released because of its flexibility and uniqueness. 

There are still a lot of possible comps out there, so experiment and play what you really like. Remember that sometimes it will also rely on the items and units you get, so play smart!



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