TFT Dragonlands has officially released, and people seem to be having quite a lot of fun with this set already. With traits like Astral taking the heart of many players with its ability to quickly gather high-star champs, or Ragewing testing the limits of how fast your units can attack, Set 7 seems to promise an exciting time for players. This list will rank the top five champions in this current patch, and how you can attempt to make them your team carry.
Top 5 Champs in TFT Dragonlands Patch 12.11
Not only is Ornn tanky, but he also hits like a truck. His ability does decent magic damage to multiple enemies, slows enemy attack speed by half, and can then stun if he is able to redirect it. This combination of bulk and damage makes Ornn one of the best champs in TFT right now, and if you run bruiser at all, he only gets harder to take down. Give him a Redemption for sustain and Morellonomicon for damage over time, and Ornn will serve your team well.
When information about Dragonlands was being released, I was ecstatic to see that Nami was going to be included in Set 7. What's even better is that she is one of the best champs in the game right now. Astral means she'll reach three-star before you know it, and if you have the Mage trait active as well, Nami's ability heals and does damage at rapid pace. Give her a Spear of Shojin and a Rageblade, and watch the tides turn in your favor. If you want to know some of the best builds in TFT right now, check out this article.
Xayah is terrifying, quite frankly. There's no other way to put it. She has the Ragewing and Swiftshot traits, meaning her attack speed can go through the roof near instantly if she's given the right items. Give her items that increase her Critical Hit chance and attack speed, plus the healing that the Ragewing trait gives her access to, and she'll be tearing through the enemy team in no time. She is an amazing late-game unit.
The effect of the Mirage trait changes every game, which always comes with its own risks. However, what is consistent is that Daeja is an amazing unit to have on your board, who synergizes well with all the possible Mirage effects. However, where Daeja really shines is in team comps based on Magic damage, as their attacks reduce enemy Magic Resist by 3. Give Daeja items that increase their attack speed, such as Rageblade or Static Shiv, and reak havoc on your opponent.
Sylas is at his best when the Mage comp is being run, because he's able to put up his shield when he attacks an enemy twice with his ability. The shield isn't the only thing his ability does, though. Mana-reaving all enemies hit by his ability, Sylas is able to prevent your opponent from getting off an ability at all. With a Warmog's Armor and Sunfire Cape, he's near impossible to take down.