This Teamfight Tactics Set 6 comps guide will go over some of the best TFT 12.1 comps for patch 12.1. Use our reference images and notes to build some of the best teams in Set 6 and check out the links to other resources for more in-depth guides that explore each of these setups.
Table of Contents
- Arcanists TFT comp. Boost your team’s Ability Power,
- Challenger TFT comp. Maximize their attack speed filling the board with Challenger champions.
- Jhin TFT comp. Protect Jhin, your primary damage dealer.
- Urgot TFT comp. Defend the font so Urgot can unload damage.
- Akali TFT comp. Destroy your enemy’s back line with Assassins.
Arcanists TFT comp
The Arcanist TFT comp is a flexible team to build that relies on the Arcanist trait to boost your team’s Ability Power as you put more Arcanists on the board.
The ideal for this TFT Set 6 comp is building toward Lux as your main carry with a strong front line to support her. You can fill in other teammates with traits like Bodyguard, Enchanter, or Socialite to round out the squad. If you’re having trouble getting Lux as your carry, you can substitute her with Malhazar, Swain, or Viktor.
Other examples of Arcanists builds can be found on Mobalytics and MetaTFT.
Challengers TFT comp
The Challenger TFT comp is a team build that relies on getting as many Challenger champions on the board to maximize their attack speed.
The ideal for this TFT 12.1 comp is getting six Challenger champions in play with your carry being either Yone, Fiora, or Kai’sa. Support your main Challenger using champions with the Academy, Enchanter, or Socialite traits.
You can find variants of the Challenger build on Mobalytics and MetaTFT.
Jhin TFT comp
The Jhin TFT comp unsurprisingly focuses on making Jhin your main damage dealer. Every other decision you make for your team should support protecting him long enough to destroy your opponent.
The goal for this TFT Set 6 comp is stacking damage items on Jhin while creating a formidable defense in your front line. Stack the top of your board with champions who have the Bodyguard, Colossus, Protectors, or Socialite traits. You can also go with four Snipers surrounding Jhin.
Other examples of the Jhin carry build can be found on Mobalytics and MetaTFT.
Urgot TFT comp
The Urgot TFT comp relies on setting up a formidable defense in front of Urgot which gives the champion time to spin up his weapon and unload damage.
The best-case scenario for this TFT Set 6 Comp will have you setting up a wall of Bruisers for defense while relying on the attack speed boost from Chemtech champions. Scholars will help you build up mana faster, and if you can get Vi and Jinx on the board to activate their Sister trait, then your front and back lines will get a significant boost.
Other examples of the Urgot TFT comp can be seen on Mobalytics and MetaTFT.
Akali TFT comp
The Akali TFT comp focuses on Assassins like Akali to destroy your enemy’s back line. Braum and Darius provide defense and Janna will support with healing.
You want to build up your Assassin and Syndicate traits while you level up to the point where you can hopefully draw Akali. In the meantime, you can use a champion like Katarina to fill in for Akali and hold whatever items you want to give her before you swap them out.
You can find other examples of the Akali TFT comp on Mobalytics and MetaTFT.