TFT Horizonbound is coming in a few days to Teamfight Tactics 9.5, bringing with it two new Origins: Bilgewater and Ixtal. Today we’ll take a look at what Bilgewater will look like in the mid-set and which champions look like good carry material. Take a look at the official information for Bilgewater in TFT Horizonbound below:
New Origin – Bilgewater
Bilgerat attacks and Abilities mark enemies. The mark stores a percentage of damage dealt to the enemy by Bilgerats. Marked enemies are struck by a cannonball after 2 seconds, dealing the stored damage plus a flat value as physical damage.
- (3) 200+ 25% damage dealt
- (5) 275+ 45% damage dealt
- (7) 450+ 90% damage dealt
- (9) 650+ 110% damage dealt; nearby enemies take 50% of cannonball damage
Graves – 1 cost
Miss Fortune – 3 cost
Nautilus – 3 cost
Illaoi – 1 cost
Gangplank – 5 cost
- Reaver King
Reaver King: Gangplank uses his cutlass passive when placed in the front 2 rows and his pistol passive when placed in the back 2 rows.
Pistol Passive: Gain 3 range. Attacks grant 5 extra mana.
Cutlass Passive: Gain 50 Armor and Magic Resist. Attacks ignite the target, dealing 180 () true damage over 3 seconds.
Active: Summon the Dreadway to sail across the board, crashing into the first enemy hit and dealing 450 () magic damage in a 3-hex radius. Allies the Dreadway passes through or hits with the
crash are empowered by citrus, gaining 30% Attack Speed and immunity to crowd control for 4 seconds.
Twisted Fate – 2 cost
Nilah – 4 cost
TFT Horizonbound is available now on PBE. So, if you want you can already test out the Bilgewater and see if it fits your playstyle. As far as units are concerned, Nilah and Miss Fortune look like solid carry picks while Gangplank is an excellent fill unit for both offensive and defensive teams.
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