Ragewing is one of the Traits in TFT Set 7. For those looking for some help, here's how to build it.
Teamfight Tactics (TFT) Set 7 has introduced dozens of different sets, meaning it can be close to impossible to remember every Trait and how to build every character in each build. Ragewing is one of the strongest Traits in the recent set–here's which characters it includes, and what items players should use on each one.
TFT Set 7: Ragewing Build Guide
In TFT, Ragewings have the ability to convert Mana to Rage; attacks generate 15 Rage. After casting an Ability, enrage for four seconds: 30% Attack Speed but can’t gain Rage. Ragewings gain bonus stats when enraged, which increase depending on how many Ragewing Champions are on the board. three Ragewings grants 40% Attack Speed, 30% Omnivamp, six grants 80% Attack Speed, 50% Omnivamp, and nine grants 120% Attack Speed, 80% Omnivamp.
There are eight total Ragewing Champions: Sett, Senna, Shen, Swain, Kayn, Hecarim, Xayah, and Shyvana. Shyvana is a Dragon, meaning she takes up two slots on the board, and counts as three Ragewings. Here's which items work best on each of these champions:
- Sett - Bramble Vest, Dragon’s Claw, Warmog’s Armor
- Senna - Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Infinity Edge, Last Whisper
- Shen - Bramble Vest, Dragon’s Claw, Warmog’s Armor
- Swain - Blue Buff, Infinity Edge, Jeweled Gauntlet
- Kayn - Bloodthirster, Infinity Edge, Last Whisper
- Hecarim - Bramble Vest, Dragon’s Claw, Warmog’s Armor
- Xayah - Evil Gaintslayer, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Runaan’s Hurricane
- Shyvana - Bramble Vest, Dragon’s Claw, Warmog’s Armor
While Ragewings are incredibly strong as a full composition, especially when building Xayah as a carry surrounded by several tank frontline units like Sett and Hecarim. However, Ragewing also synergizes well with Shapeshifters and Swiftshots (both still using Shyvana and Xayah as carries).