TFT Tier List: The Best Units and Comps in Patch 10.6 to Start Set 3

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Our first TFT tier list for Set 3 drops as we reveal all the best champions and comps in Patch 10.6.

TFT Set 3: Galaxies is officially live with Patch 10.6! Even though the next Galaxies mechanic and rule-set isn’t live yet (it goes live next patch), players are still struggling to find the best comps. Luckily, our TFT tier list will provide not only the best champions in the game, but also the best comps for those champions.

As a refresher (or background for new readers here with the launch of TFT Mobile), our TFT tier list rankings are determined by pulling data from multiple other sites around the internet and averaging their rankings for each champion. From there, we can use that to find not only the best champions but also the best comps in the current meta.

Because it’s a brand new set in Teamfight Tactics, we’re going to change the format of the TFT tier list to just have a champion tier list and make the comps section a bit more robust. And, for those of you new to our TFT tier lists or Teamfight Tactics in general, here’s what each grade for a champion means:

  • S tier: Strongest champions in the meta. You should always buy these from the shop and try to integrate them into your comp if possible. Even having them to deny them from another player is worthwhile if you can afford it.
  • A+ tier: Very strong champions that you can build comps around, though not as strong as S tier. Worth putting items on.
  • A tier: Strong champions that you can build a comp around, but not as ideal as S or A+ champions. They can be a good secondary carry and putting some items on them is not wasteful (unless those items could fit onto your primary carry).
  • B tier: Above-average champions that normally will be your secondary carry or a complementary piece to your main carry. However, these can be strong primary carries if you manage to 3-star them.
  • C tier: Solid pieces to complement the main carries. Do not itemize unless you get 3-stars. Even then, 3-star might not justify them as a primary carry.
  • D tier: Transition pieces. Normally you should only buy these early game if you can 2-star, but want to sell these before getting to your final comp unless you get 3-star.
  • F tier: Not worth buying at any stage in the game unless you get 2-star early or can 3-star later. You can always look to sell these at any stage.

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Champion Tier list

S tier: Miss Fortune, Ekko, Lulu, Jinx, Cho’Gath, Vi, Lucian, Thresh, Ezreal
A+ tier: Aurelion Sol, Kayle, Gangplank
A tier: Wukong, Irelia, Fizz, Blitzcrank
B tier: Shaco, Kai’Sa, Ahri, Annie, Jayce, Malphite, Yasuo, Shen
C tier: Jhin, Soraka, Lux, Syndra, Xin Zhao, Mordekaiser, Vel’Koz, Master Yi, Rumble, Leona, Sona, Karma
D tier: Ashe, Zoe, Fiora, Darius, Jarvan IV, Rakan, Caitlyn, Graves, Kha’Zix
F tier: Neeko, Kassadin, Xayah, Poppy, Ziggs, Twisted Fate

Class Tier List

S tier: Mercenary, Blaster, Brawler
A+ tier: Infiltrator, Starship, Mystic
A tier: Mana-Reaver
B tier: Blademaster, Vanguard
C tier: Sorcerer, Sniper, Protector
D tier: Demolitionist
F tier:

Origin Tier List

S tier: Valkyrie, Cybernetic
A+ tier:
A tier: Rebel, Chrono, Void, Celestial
B tier: Mech-Pilot, Space Pirate Dark Star
C tier: Star Guardian
D tier:
F tier: