When it comes to the new Teamfight Tactics set, there is one trait that you will find in almost all of your games. The punk team comp for TFT set 10 is a truly amazing build that can carry you to top-4 without having to worry about late-game units and heavy itemization. In this guide, we’ll take a look at the best team comp for Punk in the current set and may it lead you to many wins.
TFT Set 10 Crowd Diver Team Comp
In order to effectively play this team comp, you need some early Punk units and, preferably, a Headliner Jinx with her Rapidfire trait active. This will allow Rapidfire to activate without the use of a second unit, while Punk is awesome even at its 4-unit milestone.
In general, gather all the Punk units you can find and, in order to protect Jinx, gather a sturdy front line with Guardians. In addition, get a Vex so that Twitch can get his Executioner trait and make sure to not fall behind in gold since Punk is depending on rerolls.
The Guardian units you are looking for in this team comp are Neeko, Amumu, and Thresh and they will keep up the pressure for the enemy just right until Jinx gets enough stacks on her Rageblade.
As you might already have noticed, the way to go with the Punk team comp in TFT Set 10 is a Headliner Jinx with her Rapidfire trait active. This is the best way to get ahead with Punk since any other Punk headliner will guide you through a potential 6-unit Punk, but in that case, you’ll need to count on a Spatula coming your way.
The first thing you’ll want to look out for, in order to properly itemize Jinx in this team comp is a Guinsoo’s Rageblade, a Last Whisper for the heavy front liners, and either an Infinity Edge or a Deathblade as her source of damage.
Additionally, you can start building some tank items for your front liners. Start with Amumu and Ekko and then continue by building Vi and Pantheon if they get to level 3. Any AP-oriented items can build up your Vex, which can easily deal tons of damage alongside your Jinx.
This is it for our guide on the TFT Set 10 Punk team comp. Stay tuned for more builds to come!
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