How Many of Each Unit In TFT League of Legends
When you start playing Teamfight Tactics League of Legends by RIOT Games, it is common that you have tons of questions about this game mode. Among the most important questions is probably this: TFT how many of each unit league of legends? Don't worry, here we will give you the answer to your question. But first, let's talk a bit about the cost of champions, which greatly influences their chance of spawning. Let's start!
How Much Cost Each Unit in TFT?
In a Teamfight Tactics match, players place characters they buy from the store or get from the carousel on the battlefield separated by hexes.
These champions move around the stage, attacking each other and using their abilities automatically.
The key is knowing how to manage those hexagon squares, the gaps between characters, team composition, identify which ones to place in front and which ones behind... And for this, you have to know the skills and statistics of each of the more than 50 characters.
Each Master Tactics champion has eight base stats:
- Health: How much damage can it take before dying.
- Range: How far away they must be to be able to attack a farthest enemy in combat.
- Attack Damage: How much damage your attacks deal (Can apply critical strike damage or true damage).
- Attack Speed: How often they attack in combat.
- Ability Power: How strong your abilities and magic damage are in combat.
- Armor: Reduces the damage dealt by attacks (Do not add magic resistance).
- Magic Resist: Reduces the damage dealt by abilities (useful against champs with bonus magic damage).
- Mana: Determines how often they can cast their abilities (a lower mana stat equals a lower cost of the ability, allowing it to be cast more often).
Here we show you a list of the cost of the most common champions in TFT League of Legends. Keep this in mind, the cost of the units influences their probability of appearing during the game, as well as it will also depend on your champion level. Finally, do not forget that you must elaborate your strategy and rethink your game set or team comp as the game progresses.
|Ziggs||1||Junkyard and Yordle||Arcanologist|
|Rek'Sai||2||Mutant||Fighter and Attacker|
|Sejuani||2||Hextech and Agent||Fighter|
|Ekko||3||Junkyard||Assassin and Innovator|
|Cho'Gath||3||Mutant||Colossus and Fighter|
|Gnar||3||Celebrity and Yordle||Attacker|
|Renata Glasc||4||Techno Chemical||Erudite|
|Vi||4||Agent and Rival||Fighter|
|Galio||5||Celebrity||Colossus and Bodyguard|
|Jayce||5||Agent||Transformable and Innovative|
|Jinx||5||Rival and Junkyard||Double shot|
|Tahm Kench||5||Mercenary and Glutton||Fighter|
How Many of Each Unit in TFT? (Champions Pool)
Now you know how much any champion costs in TFT, it’s time to talk about the TFT champion pool. As a Teamfight Tactics match progresses, players can purchase champions from a store that refreshes after each phase. The difficulty is that the characters that appear in the store are totally random, which in many cases requires completely changing the strategy on your early game and TFT set we had in mind.
Luckily, it's not completely random. Not all champions have the same chance of spawning in the champion pool as others. Also, as you level up, these odds change.
When we are at level one or two, we are only going to see champions like Garen, Warwick, Nidalee... In short, characters of range, cost or tier 1 (or white color). The best characters, that is, the rank 5 (or orange) characters, only appear in the store once you reach level six, although there is very little chance of them appearing.
In other words, while the odds of a particular champion appearing in the store are completely random, rank is not. The percentage chance of a character from a tier appearing varies when leveling up and affects your TFT set. So, in the game, it works like this:
|LEVEL||ONE COST||TWO COST||THREE COST||FOUR COST||FIVE COST|
Within the imaginary bingo ball in the champion pool and TFT champion drop rate from which the characters are drawn throughout a game there are 39 units of each rank 1 champion, 26 units of each rank 2 champion, 21 units of each rank 3 champion, 13 units of each rank 4 champion and 10 units of each rank 5 champion. For that reason, draw chances may vary.
Thus, paying attention to the champions that have appeared in the carousel phases and in the TFT set or composition of the rivals' team, you can get an idea of how difficult it is to get, for example, a Yasuo if half of your opponents have one.
Tips to use the Champions Pool in your Favor
Now that you know the percentage of appearance of the champions according to your level and their cost, you can develop various strategies to conquer all your games using magic damage or physical damage. Therefore, we have developed a series of tips that you can use as a TFT player to achieve your goals. Many things in this table can be taken into account in your strategies:
Remember the drops chance
If you want to get a Tier 3 Garen, Twisted Fate, Tahm Kench or Vayne to deal a huge amount of damage, or another fully upgraded Tier 1 champion, remember that the odds of getting Commons drops from level 5. For example, at level 8, you'll have a 20% chance that one of them will appear in a slot in your shop. If you need one in particular, it can cost you a lot of money, so do not hesitate to leave unbought champions in the store.
Get level 5 as soon as possible
In the same way, levels 5-6 are the right ones to finish upgrading a common token to the maximum star level. Precisely at these levels is where many decisions have to be made and staying in them refreshing the store instead of leveling up is one of the possible strategies. You may also take a look at our guide about how to get level 3 fast in TFT.
Don’t force a specific composition
Forcing yourself to follow a specific Teamfight Tactics set from the first moment is a very bad decision. There are champions that will not appear until a certain level due to their rarity. If you're looking to fill out a magic damage wizard lineup, you'll need to know that you're unlikely to see Aurelion Sol until level 6 or 7. You may also take a look at our guide about the worst champions in TFT.
Take notes of your enemies champions
You should know that the total amount of a champion is limited and they are shared among all players. Speaking of specific cases, if you see that your enemy player is one Yasuo away from upgrading his to level three, feel free to pick him even if you don't do anything with him. Not everyone can have a Vayne or Tahm Kench at level 3, as there are only 39 (due to its rarity) and you need 9 to get it up to there.
This has been our teamfight tactics guide on how many each unit in TFT, if you want you can take a look at our guide on how to level up TFT pass , or on the other hand you can take a look at our guide on the best TFT hotkeys for dominating your enemy player in each game. See you at Summoner's Rift!