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TFT Set 8 Traits: Our tips on new classes and origins

TFT Set 8 Traits: Our tips on new classes and origins

Gone are the days of dragons, now it's time for the monsters to attack, and thus for the new TFT set 8 traits. And who says new set, says new champions. To clarify things and start this new season in the best conditions, we reveal the new TFT set 8 origins and classes list.

Changes in the new TFT set

As always, the arrival of the new TFT set 8 traits and champions feels like the release of a whole new game. While the gameplay remains very similar, Riot Games shuffles the deck with changes that will require players to strategize to understand the new TFT set 8 meta.

Visual of the new set

The main change is the augments system, with the addition of heroic optimizations that now bring bonuses linked to a specific champion. For more details, I redirect you to our tier list of the TFT augments of set 8.

TFT set 8 traits: new origins list

To begin with, we discover many interesting new origins in TFT set 8 traits, even if some of them have a similar operation to what we have seen in the past.

For example, A.D.M.I.N is an improved version of the Mutant trait from Set 6. For their part, Threat champions are in some ways the successors to the Dragons of Set 7, since their bonuses do not apply to multiple players.

The Gadgeteen, one of the TFT set 8 traits

Finally, there are also more fun to play, like Underground, the Pirate of the TFT set 8 features, or Gadgeteen, which promises unusual builds Let's move on to the list of the TFT set 8 origins.

OriginsChampionsTFT set 8 Traits effects
Icon TFT set 8 A.D.M.I.N.
Blitzcrank Camille, LeBlanc and SorakaGrants a different effect each game. A second bonus can be triggered with 4 units of this origin, while 6 A.D.M.I.N Champions will increase the power of these bonuses.
Icon TFT features set 8 Anima Squad
Anima Squad
Jinx, Miss Fortune, Nasus, Riven, Sylas and VayneWhen an Anima Squad kills a unit, other champions who share this trait gain attack speed and power.
Arsenal TFT icon
ApheliosThe Arsenal champions decide on their weapons by placing themselves on the board, which changes their fate.
Icon TFT set 8 Civilian
Galio Janna and SivirAs long as a champion Civilian is alive, all his allies recover mana every two seconds.
Icon TFT traits set 8 Underground
EzrealKayle, Samira, Sona and ViUnderground champions will spawn a chest whose loot increases with each round, but also with each defeat. At any time, you can choose to continue the series or collect the rewards.
Icon TFT set 8 Corrupted
FiddlesticksAt the beginning of the fight, Fiddlesticks sleeps. During this phase, he gains 15 power for each dead ally. When his HP drops below 40% or all allied units are dead, Fiddlesticks wakes up.
Icon TFT set 8 Ox Force
Ox Force
Alistar, Annie, Aphelios, Fiora, Talon and ViegoOx Force champions have a base attack speed bonus, which increases according to the amount of HP they are missing. The first time a unit's HP drops to zero, it becomes invulnerable for 1.5 seconds.
Star Guardians TFT Icon
Star Guardian
EkkoKai'Sa, Lux, Nilah, Rell, Syndra, Taliyah and YuumiStar Guardians units gain a mana bonus.
Icon TFT set 8 Laser Corps
Ashe, Mordekaiser, Renekton, Sejuani, Senna, Yasuo and ZedEach Program unit has a combat drone that deals magical damage. When it dies, its drone joins the nearest Program champion.
TFT icon set 8 Mecha: PRIME
Mecha: PRIME
Draven, Jax, Leona, Sett and WukongOnce you have chosen your PRIME unit, it combines with the other two units at the start of combat, giving it a HP and attack damage bonus.
Icon TFT set 8 Threat
Aurelion Sol, BelVeth, Cho'Gath, Fiddlesticks, rammus, Urgot, Velkoz and ZacThreat units are stronger than other TFT set 8 traits, but do not gain a bonus if there are more than one in the team.
TFT icon Gadgeteen
Annie, Lulu, Nunu, Poppy, ZoeEvery turn, Super Teens create one or more items with various effects. These items can be equipped on any champion and last for two rounds.
Icon TFT set 8 Supers
GangplankLee Sin and MalphiteBy posing at the start of the battle, Supers Champions gain extra damage, which increases for every three-star unit in your mix.

TFT set 8 Traits: new classes list

After the origins, let's continue our list of the TFT set 8 traits with the classes. We find the Aces, which are reminiscent of the old Ninja trait, working only alone or all together. Several classes are back, like Brawler, Duelist or Defender, but with some changes.

As for the TFT set 8 traits that will bring interesting combos, we note the Forecaster of Janna and the Mascot HP regeneration, not to mention the emblems and augments, which will make each decision even more strategic.

ClassesChampionsTFT set 8 Traits effects
Icon TFT set 8 Ace
Draven, Miss Fortune, Mordekaiser and SamiraAce champions execute opposing units below a certain HP percentage. This effect only works with 1 or 4 Aces in your composition.
TFT Icon Brawler
BlitzcrankJax, Lee Sin, Renekton, Riven, Sejuani and ViBrawlers gain a maximum HP bonus.
Icon TFT set 8 Core
Lee Sin, Lulu, Sona, Soraka, Syndra and YuumiAll allies gain power when Support units cast a spell. This effect is cumulative throughout the fight.
Icon TFT set 8 Duelist
Fiora Gangplank, Kayle, Nilah, Vayne, Yasuo and ZedDuelists receive a bonus to attack speed for each basic attack, which can be accumulated up to 10 times.
Icon TFT Aegis
Alistar, Ekko, Leona and ViAll allied units gain a magic resistance bonus, which is doubled for Aegis champions.
TFT icon set 8 Prankster
Ekko Jinx and ZoeA target dummy appears when a Prankster's HP drops below 50%. He then takes refuge and recovers 500 HP.
TFT Hacker Icon
LeBlanc, Zed and ZoeHackers benefit from an omnivampirism bonus. At the beginning of combat, the unit is sent to the back of the opponent's field and cannot be targeted during the first few seconds of combat.
TFT icon set 8 Spell caster
Annie, LeBlanc, Lux, Sona and TaliyahSpellcasters get a power bonus. Every 6 seconds, their next basic attack is replaced by an orb that deals 75% of the unit's power in magic damage.
Mascot TFT icon
Alistar, Galio, Malphite, Nasus, Nunu and YuumiWhen a Mascot Champion dies, allies regain a percentage of HP every 3 seconds. This bonus improves for each mascot that dies.
Icon TFT set 8 Forecaster
JannaAllies close to Janna gain a random bonus. This is one of the TFT set 8 traits that promises the most twists and turns.
Icon TFT traits set 8 Defender
PoppyRell, Riven, Sett and WukongAll allies gain an armor bonus. This bonus is doubled for Defenders, who also provoke enemies at the beginning of the fight.
TFT icon set 8 Recon
Ashe, Ezreal, Kai'Sa and VaynePathfinder champions have a long range and can move to safety when an enemy comes near. They also have a bonus critical strike chance.
Renegade TFT Icon
Camille, Leona, Sylas, Talon and ViegoRenegades gain a damage bonus, which is increased on the last living Renegade champion.
TFT icon set 8 Sniper
Aphelios, Samira, Senna and SivirSniper champions gain a bonus attack damage every 5 seconds for the duration of the fight.

That's it for our TFT set 8 traits guide. Now you know which origins and classes we'll be competing with for the next few months. To learn more about the TFT Set 8, the increases and the best compositions, I invite you to visit our TFT tips page regularly.

Alco A fan of video games, SF, comics, cinema and new technologies, he is a bit of a geek cliché, but he assumes it.

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