Runeterra Reforged or widely known as TFT Set 9 in Teamfight Tactics, is live bringing the auto battler back to its roots. Featuring older, hyper-carry units like Kai’Sa and Aphelios, the new set is bound to be one of the most fun to play. We’ve comprised a list of the best comps you can try right now in Hyper Roll for easy wins, depending on the ease with which you can build the team as well as the ultimate damage output the comp can provide.
As always, we consulted the MetaTFT comp list to create this list, using the tool’s highest win rate teams right now in Teamfight Tactics.
Take a look below to see all the highest winning, easiest-to-build TFT Hyper roll comps for set 9 – Runeterra Reforged.
Challengers is one of the most powerful traits in TFT Set 9 right now and the comps’ damage output is one of the best if built correctly. Using Kalista, Kai’Sa and Warwick as your main damage dealers, this team can close gaps and split the opponents’ teams in half in Hyper Roll.
Voids are easy to build and scalable, although their ultimate goal is hard to achieve. If you manage to get a Void emblem early in the game through an augment, go on with building your Kai’Sa as your main carry and add tons of resistances to your frontliners for an easy win in TFT Set 9 in Hyper Roll.
Targon – Deadeye
Aphelios is a powerhouse in TFT Set 9 right now, being probably the best AD carry you can build around. Going the Targon – Deadeye road with a beefy frontline and ashe as your support for extra attack speed with Zeke’s is your road to a fast win.
One of the most reliable comps you can try in TFT Set 9 for Hyper Roll is Shurima since its units are easy to combine with other powerful traits. You can add Swain and Teemo if you don’t have K’Sante and Akshan for more versatility in the early game.
Our last recommendation is the classic Gunner team comp that focuses on raw damage. If your early game goes correctly, you can replace Renekton and Cho’Gath with Poppy and Kled or Heimerdinger so that you can complete the Yordle quest and make your team even more powerful.
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