TFT Classes Patch 9.16 Tier List - HEXTECH 'S'
Hextech – S Tier Good itemization has a big effect on who ends up winning TFT matches. The new Hextech class has a trait that can win you matches outright. The bonus which disables all items for eight seconds within the bombed tile radius kicks in once you’ve deployed two Hextechs and becomes stronger once you’ve deployed all four. How many champions should I run? Our gut reaction is two so some items will be disabled. While four can be incredibly good, we think Hextech will be a good class to splash into your current builds. Champions Ranked by Priority If your main synergy is Hextech, this is the order in which you should prioritize the champions. Obviously, you’ll have other synergies that you need to account for, but if you need to transition up, this is the order in which you should do so. 1. Jinx – Jinx is built to be a hypercarry like Draven. This means she will likely succeed even without a bunch of Gunslingers. Just one should do to get the basic buff. With the right front line she should be free to go off. 2. Camille – Camille is interesting in that she has the same target mechanic as Blitzcrank. The champion she ults will cause all nearby units to also target them, giving you a way to burn down front line units. 3. Jayce – Shapeshifters have been lackluster so adding Jayce seems appropriate. He’s got a good knockback mechanic to eject tanks and let your units get to the back. 4. Vi – The verdict is out on Vi at the moment. Being able to charge the Aurelion Sol or any other carry at the back seems like a good idea, but this is essentially the opposite of Blitzcrank and requires wind up time. https://www.fanbyte.com/guides/teamfight-tactics-classes-tier-list-all-tft-classes-ranked-champion-priority/