Our Teamfight Tactics Best Noble Team Comp goes over the top build for this Origin in TFT! If you'd like to run a more defensive build that can take a beating, then Nobles will help protect your champions with additional armor from their buff.
Nobles are a lot stronger due to the 9.16 patch and all of the recent buffs. They can be stacked to make a hard to kill team that takes advantage of Jinx and the new Hextech Origin.
Best Noble Team Comp
- Fiora (Noble/Blademaster)
- Fiora becomes immune to damage and spells. After a short delay, she stuns and damages the closest enemy.
- Garen (Noble/Knight)
- Garen rapidly spins his sword around his body, becoming immune to magic damage and dealing damage to nearby enemies.
- Vayne (Noble/Ranger)
- Vayne deals bonus true damage every third attack based on the enemy's maximum health.
- Lucian (Noble/Gunslinger)
- Lucian dashes away to safety and attacks an enemy twice, once with Attack Damage and once with Spell Damage.
- Vi (Hextech/Brawler)
- Vi charges down the furthest enemy, knocking aside anyone in her way. When she reaches her target, she deals magic damage and knocks them up. Other enemies knocked aside take the same damage.
- Jinx (Hextech/Gunslinger)
- Jinx gets excited as she participates in kills, first gaining attack speed and then pulling out her rocket launcher.
- Leona (Noble/Guardian)
- Leona calls down a solar ray that damages and slows enemies inside it. The enemy in the center is stunned.
- Kayle (Noble/Knight)
- Kayle shields the weakest ally, making them immune to damage.
Here's a look at what synergies you'll be able to take advantage of when you complete your entire team.
+70 Armor and Magic Resist. Heal 35 health per attack.
6: All Allies
After attacking, Gunslingers have a 50% chance to fire additional attacks.
2: Attack 1 other enemy
Throw a bomb at an enemy unit with an item, and disables all items in a hex radius for 8 seconds.
2: 1 hex radius.
All allies ignore damage.
2: 15 Damage Ignored.
Positioning is a bit different now in the 9.16 patch with the Hextech Origin disabling items. You'll want to keep your front line with the beefy units, but spread out your item users around the back line spread out a bit so they don't all get debuffed.
Noble Team Comp Guide
We'll be looking to get some aoe style debuffs and damage on Lucian in the early game. That includes Luden's Echo (Tear of the Goddess + Needlessly Large Rod), Hush (Tear of the Goddess + Negatron Cloak), and/or Red Buff (Chain Vest + Giant's Belt). However, we really want to stack Jinx in the later stages of the game, so when possible look to grab Recurve Bows for Rapid Firecannon and B.F. Sword plus Negatron Cloak to create a Bloodthirster. Runaan's Hurricane also works well on Jinx, and can be crafted with a Negatron Cloak and Spatula. Kayle can be stacked in the later part of the game, he likes Spear of Shojin (B.F. Sword + Tear of the Goddess) and Guinsoo's Rageblade (Needlessly Large Rod + Recurve Bow) also works.
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This is a pretty straightforward build, you can grab Nobles early in the game and start stacking them immediately. You'll want to roll pretty aggressively and level to get a great chance at landing an early Jinx. She's very popular right now and you'll need to get her to 2-stars to make her a powerhouse. We also want to get to the later levels to grab that Kayle which is important for our 6-piece Noble buff.