TFT Threat Comp Guide Set 8

Threat is an Origin in TFT (Teamfight Tactics) set 8. This is Threat comp for TFT are based on statistical analysis of the latest match data to help you find best comps for Threat set 8.

TFT Threat comp list

With Threat you should build comp: 1 Threat + 6 LaserCorps.

Using 1 Threat champion are: Fiddlesticks.

Early game you can using comp: Ashe, Riven, Renekton, Yasuo, Vayne.

Mid-Late game you can build as follows:

TFT Threat Synergies

  • 1- Threats are more powerful than other units. You may field any number of Threats, but they do not gain bonuses for being fielded with other Threats.



Aurelion Sol calls down meteors on random enemies that explode on impact. Each meteor deals magic damage and applies a burn for 10 seconds, dealing 10% of the target’s maximum Health as true damage and reducing incoming healing by 25%.


Bel’Veth dashes around her target and unleashes a flurry of attacks, each dealing a percent of her Attack Damage. Each time this is cast, Bel’Veth gains 20% bonus Attack Speed for the rest of combat.


Passive: Cho’gath has increased Magic Resist. Spell: Cho’Gath breathes a cosmic beam in a forward arc that deals a percent of his Magic Resist as magic damage and increasing their maximum Mana until they cast.


Fiddlesticks teleports into the largest cluster of enemies and fears them. For the next few seconds, Fiddle drains the life from nearby enemies dealing magic damage per second and healing himself for 20% of the damage dealt.


Passive: Rammus has increased Armor. Active: Rammus powers himself up and leaps to the largest group of nearby enemies, dealing a percent of his Armor as magic damage, knocking them up for 1.2 seconds, and reducing their Attack Damage by 40% for 4 seconds.


Urgot summons a gigantic wave behind his enemies that moves towards him, dealing a percent of their maximum Health as magic damage. The wave’s force knocks enemies forward 1 hex and stuns them. For each champion hit, he has a chance to dredge up treasure.


Vel’koz freezes the enemy champion that has dealt the most damage this round, dealing magic damage.


Passive: Upon dying, split into smaller Zac Blobs with a percent of Zac’s maximum Health that taunt nearby enemies. Spell: Zac bounces into the air and slams back down, dealing magic damage + 11% of his current Health to nearby enemies and healing himself for 20% of his missing Health.

TFT Threat Items

Best items for all champions:

How to win in TFT ?

Know where to find the stats for champions and their synergies.

Adapt your strategy to suit your current situation.

Before every draft stage, try to memorise what the champions you have on your team look like.

Speaking of other TFT comps, high-level players buy and sell units they may not want.

Make sure you use the mini-map so that you get a look at enemy team compositions.

During the late game, change your position.

Learn some recipes off by heart ahead of time, or write them down.

Several things affect which champions are available from the shop.

Don’t be afraid to sell upgraded units.

Don’t be afraid to stack items onto other champions.

Make sure you keep up to date with how good champions are.

If you’re wondering why you’re losing late-game, think why that might be and adapt.

Learn what some of the best comps are for the various galaxies ahead of time.

Above all else, don’t rest on your laurels in the mid-game.

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