On the left side of your TFT board, five hollowed-out spaces occasionally have golden vessels floating above them. The purpose of these objects is not clearly explained, and even some TFT veterans are unaware of their use. Get ahead of the curve as we explain the golden vessels' purpose in TFT.
What are the golden vessels used for in TFT?
These floating golden containers are known as coffers, and you can keep up to five on your board. Each of these golden coffers represents 10 gold, which will automatically appear if you have 10 or more gold in your bank. In TFT, you receive a set amount of income each round, with one extra gold for every 10 gold you hold in your bank. By glancing at the number of coffers on your board, you can easily see how much interest you will receive per round.
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However, this knowledge goes both ways. You can also teleport to an opponent's board and quickly view the amount of gold in their bank. This information can help you strategize accordingly and know which players to target. In TFT, gold is the name of the game. It is the currency that allows you to level up, purchase characters, and reroll your shop each round. If a player consistently lacks golden coffers, they may not be as much of a threat, while a player constantly keeps five coffers is strong competition.
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