Pentakill is one of the most vertical traits you will encounter in TFT Set 10: Remix Rumble, offering its units extra damage and damage reduction. This doesn’t mean that it doesn’t come with a few tricks up its sleeve though. Let’s take a look at the TFT Set 10 Pentakill Guide, including its best carries, synergies and headliners.
TFT Set 10 Pentakill Guide – Gameplay
Pentakill is as straightforward as its name. Basically, you get more damage and damage reduction per trait level and after an enemy unit dies, a Pentakill champion gets empowered. After your team kills 5 units in a single battle, your Pentakill units gain bonus attack speed.
This means that, in order to focus on your Pentakill trait, you should field as many of them as possible. This is most possibly the most vertical trait that is available in TFT set 10 right now.
In set 10, Karthus uses his League of Legends ultimate as an ability. This means, that by stacking ability power on him, he can deal massive damage to enemy units while your other Pentakill units can stay strong for long enough until he casts his ability. Try building him a Jeweled Gauntlet and an Archangel’s Staff or a Rabadon’s Deathcap which will give him even more ability power. In order for him to quicker cast his ultimate, you can add a Blue Buff as a third item or go for even more ability if your front liners can survive long enough.
Viego’s power stems from its Edgelord trait, which can fit well in many team comps. His ability can cause chaos on the board, especially if you build him correctly. Give him a Jeweled Gauntlet and an Ionic Spark so that you can maximize his damage. You can then give him a Hextech Gunblade or a Hand of Justice so that you can give him more sustain.
Olaf is one of the best 1-cost units in set 10, even if he isn’t as overpowered as Yasuo. Olaf heals on attack and also gets bonus attack speed %missing health. Giving him some attack speed items like Guinsoo’s Rageblade and a Sterak’s Gage that performs well with his kit, is your best choice for him.
Pentakill Best Synergies
Since Viego is one of the best carries for Pentakill, it makes complete sense for you to build around Edgelord to accompany your main trait. Yasuo, Yone, and Kayne are excellent additions for the Edgelord trait, so if you can squeeze them into your team comp, you are in for the big damage numbers.
Both Gnar and Yorick share the Mosher trait, making it a perfect filler for your team comp. Poppy and Urgot are perfect Mosher units and can give you, even more, frontline for your Karthus and Viego to deal damage freely.
Since Karthus is an executioner, it would be a fail not to mention Executioner as a filler trait. Executioners’ abilities can critically strike and deal more damage as the opponent units’ health drops so adding a Samira or a Vex in your build is the perfect addition.
Pentakill Best Headliners
Mordekaiser gains a shield and deals magic damage to adjacent enemies over three seconds. Afterwards, deal magic damage to nearby enemies. When Face-Melter kills, gain eight percent ability power and attack damage, along with eight armor and magic resistance.
- Headliner Effect—200 health, and five percent bonus ability power. When his solo kills, Mordekaiser gains one percent permanent ability power.
Viego slams on the nearest Hex that would strike the most enemies, dealing physical damage to enemies within two Hexes and marking them for five seconds. Marked enemies take 10 percent increased damage from all sources. Attacks on marked enemies deal physical damage instead.
- Headliner Effect—100 bonus health and 10 percent bonus attack damage.
Karthus deals magic damage to the five lowest health enemies. Gain 10 mana for each that dies.
- Headliner Effect—15 percent bonus ability power.
This is it for our Pentakill TFT Set 10 guide. Stay tuned for our team comp guides for all traits as the testing of the new set progresses.
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