TFT Fates: Ranking Every Single Origin and Class in Set 4

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We have our first look at TFT: Fates, so let’s break down every single trait coming to Set 4.

7. Sharpshooter

Description: Sharpshooters attacks and spells ricochet to nearby enemies dealing reduced damage (2/4/6 units).


  • Nidalee (1g)
  • Vayne (1g)
  • Teemo (2g)
  • Jinx (3g)
  • Jhin (4g)

Thoughts: This is a fairly unique and useful trait for these damage dealers to have, since it gives them some more AoE damage rather than just focusing a single target, and synergizes well with their attack speed. If the numbers and the champions are good, this will be a very strong Class.

8. Keeper

Description: At the start of combat, Keepers grant themselves and all nearby allies a shield for 8 seconds. This shield is 50% stronger on Keepers (2/4/6 units).


  • Elise (1g)
  • Jarvan IV (2g)
  • Kennen (3g)
  • Riven (4g)
  • Azir (5g)

Thoughts: This is a better version of the Rebel buff, which was almost always viable to occasionally overpowered. I think Keepers will always be a viable option for at least a splash trait throughout Set 4.

9. Brawler

Description: Brawlers have 400/700/900 bonus health (2/4/6 units).


  • Maokai (1g)
  • Tahm Kench (1g)
  • Vi (2g)
  • Sylas (2g)
  • Nunu (3g)
  • Warwick (4g)
  • Sett (5g)

Thoughts: A classic TFT trait, Brawlers are almost never prioritized as a comp unless they have some overlap with another very strong comp (see the Blaster/Brawler comps that dominated the start of Set 3 and disappeared in the second half of the set). Brawlers will almost always be a solid choice, but rarely a Class you build around.