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TFT Patch 11.2: new champions, origins and classes

TFT Patch 11.2: new champions, origins and classes

Breaking down everything we know about the upcoming TFT Patch 11.2, the Festival of the Beasts event, and the second half of the Destinations set

The Riot Games team has announced on their official networks a reference table for half of this TFT Destinations Set: Festival of the Beasts. This table indicates all the origins, classes and champions that we can combine to win victory from patch 11.2 of the title, which will be implemented in the game on the 21st of this month. In this article we detail all the information that we know so far from this second part of Destinations.

Origins in the festival of beasts

This time we will have thirteen different origins that we must combine in our compositions to find the most optimal synergies. They are as follows:

  • Cultist: When your team total is at mid-life or below, a Galio is summoned, lifting enemies it hits into the air.
  • Divine: After attacking six times or losing half of life, divine units take 25% less damage and deal additional true damage based on the number of champions of this origin that we have on the board.
  • Dragon Soul: The first allies of this origin to take damage are blessed with additional stats and every five attacks deal an explosion that deals 50% of the enemy’s maximum health as magic damage. Upon death, his blessing passes to an ally, in addition to adding extra AP and attack speed.
  • Enlightened: Generate more mana.
  • Ancient Forest: Every two seconds, these champions grow and gain new stats (armor, magic resistance, AD, and AP), stacking the effect up to five times.
  • Exile: If he does not have close allies at the beginning of combat, he obtains a shield equivalent to 50% of his life and 80% of life steal if we have two of them on the board.
  • Fortuna: We get additional orbs by winning battles, being better the longer we have been without an orb.
  • Mythic: His spells have an additional effect.
  • Ninja: They get bonus attack damage and spell power if we have exactly one or four on the board.
  • Spirit: The first time a spirit character casts a spell, allied champions gain attack speed based on the mana cost of the spell.
  • Warlord: They have additional life and magic power, and their bonus increases by 10% for each victory they have participated in, up to a maximum of five.
  • The Boss: When Sett’s health drops to 40%, he leaves the board and does sit-ups. For each abdominal restores 15% health and receives 20% attack speed. He then returns to combat dealing true damage with both his basic attacks and spells.
  • Reckless: Samira changes her target every two basics, gliding towards him if he is out of reach. His combo rating increases with each attack and resets when he casts a spell.

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Classes at the festival of beasts

We will be able to play with 14 different classes during this second half of Destinations, so that we will obtain hundreds of different combinations if we know how to adapt. They are as follows:

  • Adept: Reduces the attack speed of enemies to 50% during the first seconds of combat.
  • Assassin: At the start of combat they jump to the opposite side of the board, their spells can deal critical damage and have both additional critical and critical chance.
  • Fighter: They have more maximum life depending on how many we have on the board, as well as additional attack damage.
  • Duelist: They move faster and their attacks grant them attack speed that stacks up to eight times.
  • Custodian: At the beginning of combat they grant a shield to both themselves and their allies for 8 seconds, although the shield is more powerful in the custodians.
  • Mage: They cast their ability twice and have modified spell power.
  • Mystic: Increases the magic resistance of allies.
  • Sniper: His attacks and abilities bounce off nearby enemies, dealing additional but reduced damage.
  • Executioner: They have theft of life that increases when they have little life left. They also have bonus attack damage based on their target’s missing health.
  • Siphoner: All allies heal part of the damage they deal with both attacks and abilities.
  • Exterminator: His basic attacks are always critical against targets below 33% / 66% / 99% maximum health.
  • Vanguard: Gain bonus armor and bonus magic resistance.
  • Emperor: They are deployed with two additional units that move separately, while the shield bearers do not move or attack and perish when the emperor’s health reaches zero.
  • Blacksmith: After participating in a combat, he will begin to forge an artifact, and his work speed will depend on the number of stars of the champion. Each ally can only carry one of these artifacts.

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The champions who join

To keep the game fresh, the rotation of champions available in Teamfight Tactics is always on the move. These are the additions to the squad:

  • Aurelion Sol: Cost 4, Dragon Soul and Mage
  • Brand: Cost 1, Dragon Soul and Mage
  • Braum: Cost 2, Dragon Soul and Mage
  • Cho’Gath: Cost 4, Mythic and Fighter
  • Darius: Cost 3, Executioner and Fortune
  • Kayle: Cost 4, Divine and Exterminator
  • Nasus: Cost 1, Divine and Siphoner
  • Nautilus: Cost 2, Vanguard and Mythic
  • Neeko: Cost 3, Mythic and Mystic
  • Olaf: Cost 4, Dragon Soul and Executioner
  • Ornn: Cost 5, Blacksmith, Vanguard, and Ancient Forest
  • Rakan: Cost 2, Ancient Forest and Custodian
  • Samira: Cost 5: Executioner, Sniper and Daredevil
  • Shyvana: Cost 3, Fighter and Dragon Soul
  • Sivir: Cost 3 Sniper and Cultist
  • Swain: Cost 5, Dragon Soul and Siphoner
  • Tristana: Cost 1, Sniper and Dragon Soul
  • Tryndamere: Cost 4, Warlord, Duelist, and Executioner
  • Vladimir: Cost 2, Siphoner and Cultist

In short, the new

We can summarize, in broad strokes and without yet knowing the possible changes that can be made to objects, this mid-season patch 11.2 in several relevant aspects. The most obvious is the inclusion of these 20 new champions. Then we would have the relevant changes in the fighters and vanguards, as well as in the snipers, sectarians and enlightened. Likewise, minor changes have been made to Duelists, Ancient Forest, Mages, Mystics, and Adepts. New classes and origins have also been added, as detailed in the first section of the article.

We look forward to Tuesday so we can enjoy the changes that the Riot Games team brings us.

All about the upcoming TFT patch 11.2, the Festival of Beasts event, and the second half of the Destiny set

Source: Riot Games

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