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A Guide to TFT Set 7

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Dragonlands is here! | © Riot Games

The new TFT set is ready to hit the League of Legends client in an upcoming League of Legends Patch. Are you wondering what Dragonlands is all about? Well we're going to give you a short run down of all new traits, new Little Legends and much more. 

Be ready for the upcoming TFT Dragonlands. New traits, new mechanics and so much more new stuff hitting the world of TFT. But one thing is for sure, Augments are staying, but they're improved from the previous set, so let's jump into the TFT Dragonlands set! 

 

New Dragons Hit the Rift

First things first. This whole set revolves around dragons. Unfortunately, Riot does not have enough dragon champions to be able to add them all into TFT, hence why the TFT developers have put matters into their own hands, adding their own dragons into the game. 

These are the new Dragons especially added into TFT: 

  • Ao Shin
  • Daeja
  • Idas
  • Shi Oh Yu
  • Sy'Fen

These aren't the only dragons added into the game, though. Two more have been put into the new TFT set as units. 

  • Aurelion Sol
  • Shyvana

Dragon Mechanic in TFT Dragonlands

What makes these dragons so special, though? Well, these dragons will cost double the amount as other champions. Since they appear as 4-cost and 5-cost champions, they'll either cost 8 or 10 gold.

Like Colossus in the previous set, they also take up two slots on the field. Not only that, but having a single dragon on your board will boost the specific trait they align with. 

Stage 4-7 Changed to Treasure Dragon

For those of you who want to really make it into the late game, in stage 4-7, instead of facing off against the raptors in the new TFT Set, you'll be meeting the Treasure Dragon. This is a brand-new mechanic introduced to help players out in the late game. 

The treasure dragon will give you an option of purchasing a set of extra gold, item components and much more. This is done to help players finish their comp. If you receive some items you don't need though, then for a single gold you can reroll what the Treasure Dragon offers you. 

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Look at the traits! | © Riot Games

The New Traits in Dragonlands

Of course, we're going to have some traits in the new TFT set that we're all too used to seeing. Assassin? Nothing new. Cavalier? Sure. Bruiser, Cannoneer... all these are classes we've seen before, but there is a whole list of new traits as well added into Dragonlands, so let's check out every single trait and class in the new Set. 

TFT Set 7 Origins

Origin

DescriptionChampion
Astral (3/6/9)
  • Every 5th Shop has increased odds to show Astral Champions and also grants an Astral Orb
  • Your  team gains bonus AP. AP and Orb value increases at trait breakpoints
  • Nidalee
  • Skarner
  • Vladimir
  • Nami
  • Illaoi
  • Varus
  • Aurelion Sol
Ragewing (3/6/9)
  • Converts mana to rage
  • Attacks generate 15 rage
  • After casting an ability, enrage for 4 seconds, gaining Attack Speed and Omnivamp increasing at trait breakpoints. Rage cannot be gained during the enrage buff
  • Senna
  • Sett
  • Kayn
  • Shen
  • Swain
  • Hecarim
  • Xayah
  • Shyvana
Whispers (2/4/6/8)
  • Whispers damage shrinks enemies, reducing their armor and magic resist by 40% for 6 seconds
  • When they damage a shrunken enemy, Whispers gain stacking Attack Damage and Ability Power increasing at trait breakpoints
  • Thresh
  • Elise
  • Sylas
  • Pyke
  • Sy'Fen
Jade (3/6/9/12)
  • Summon movable Jade Statues that grow in power. The number of statures increases at trait breakpoints
  • Each combat, allies adjacent to a statue gain Attack Speed and max health healin increasing at trait breakpoints. When a statue is destroyed, it deals 50% of its health as magic damage to nearby enemies
  • Karma
  • Taric
  • Ashe
  • Gnar
  • Anivia
  • Neeko
  • Shi Oh Yu
  • Soraka
Shimmerscale (3/5/7/9)
  • Grant exclsuive random shimmerscale items that scale with gold. Number of unique items increases at trait breakpoints
  • Aatrox
  • Kayn
  • Volibear
  • Idas
  • Zoe
Mirage (2/4/6/8)
  • Mirage units gain a different trait bonus from game to game
  • Variations: Electric overload, Warlord, Pirate, Dawnbringer, Executioner, Spellsword, Duelist
  • Leona
  • Yone
  • Nunu
  • Daeja
  • Yasuo
Trainer (2/3)
  • Every round each Trainer feeds 1 Snax to Nomsy, adding hralth and ability power. Nomsy's star level increases every 25 snax! 
  • At trainer (3) Nomsy's ability deals double the damage
  • Tristana
  • Heimerdinger
  • Lulu
Scalescorn (2/4/6)
  • If you dno't have a Dragon on your team, Scalescorn champions deal bonus magic damage, inscreasing at trait breakpoints and take 30% reduced damage from enemies with more than 2500 health
  • Braum
  • Lillia
  • Diana
  • Olaf
Revel (2/3/4/5)
  • After dealing damage with an Ability, launch a firecracker that deals magic damage increasing at trait breakpoints to a random enemy
  • Tahm Kench
  • Jinx
  • Corki
  • Sona
Guild (1/2/3/4/5)
  • Grant a unique bonus to your team. Guild allies gain double the amount. Bonuses increases at trait breakpoints
    • Sejuani: Health
    • Twitch: Attack Speed
    • Ryze: Ability Power
    • Talon Attack Damage
    • Bard Mana per attack
    • Emblem: Omnivamp
  • Sejuani
  • Twitch
  • Ryze
  • Talon
  • Bard
Tempest (2/4/6/8)
  • After 9 seconds, lightning strikes the battlefield. Enemies are stunned for 1 second and take a percent of their max health as true damage increasing at trait breakpoints.
  • Tempest champions gain attack speed increasing at trait breakpoints
  • Ezreal
  • Qiyana
  • Lee Sin
  • Ao Shin
  • Ornn
Dragon (1)
  • Dragons provide +3 to the marked trait, but requite 2 team slots. They also gain bonus health
  • This trait is active with exactly 1 Dragon Champion
  • Ao Shin
  • Daeja
  • Idas
  • Shi Oh Yu
  • Sy'Fen
  • Aurelion Sol
  • Shyvana
Spell-Thief (1)
  • Nab a new ability after each cast and at the start of every round
  • Zoe
Starcaller (1)
  • The first Starcaller to cast theri ability each combat heals you for (2/4/100), depending on their star level
  • Soraka

TFT Set 7 Classes

Those are the origins added into the new TFT set, but of course that isn't all. We have to check out the different classes Riot has added into this new set. Of course, there are some familiar ones we can spot right off the bat as well, but let's go over them all as well and familiarize ourselves with the new champions as well. 

ClassesDescriptionChampion
Swiftshot (2/4/6)
  • Innate: gain 2 hext Attack Range
  • Swiftshots gain attack speed increasing at trait breakpoints for each hex between themselves and their target
  • Ezreal
  • Ashe
  • Twitch
  • Varus
  • Xayah
Assassin (2/4/6)
  • Innate: Leap to the enemy backline when combat starts
  • Assassin's abilities can critically strike and they gain bonus Critical Strike Chance and bonus Critical Strike Damage increasing at trait breakpoints
  • Kayn
  • Qiyana
  • Diana
  • Talon
  • Pyke
Bruiser (2/4/6/8)
  • Your team gains bonus max Health increasing at trait breakpoints. Bruisers gain double this bonus
    • (2) 125 Health
    • (4) 225 Health
    • (6) 450 Health
    • (8) 800 Health
  • Skarner
  • Tahm Kench
  • Shen
  • Illaoi
  • Olaf
  • Ornn
  • Sylas
  • Sy'Fen
Cannoneer (2/4/6)
  • Every 5th attack fires a canon shot that explodes fo rphysical damage increasing at trait breakpoints around the target
  • Senna
  • Jinx
  • Tristana
  • Corki
Guardian (2/4/6)
  • Once per combat at 50% health, Guardians shield themselves and their closest ally
  • Shields stack and increase at trait breakpoints
  • Leona
  • Taric
  • Braum
  • Thresh
  • Idas
Mage (3/5/7)
  • Mages cast twice and have modified total AP that increases at trait breakpoints
  • Heimerdinger
  • Vladimir
  • Lillia
  • Nami
  • Ryze
  • Zoe
Mystic (2/3/4/5)
  • Your team gains magic resist that increases at trait breakpoints
  • Nami
  • Lulu
  • Shi Oh Yu
  • Bard
Evoker (2/4)
  • Gain mana that increases at trait breakpoints whenever an ally or enemy casts an ability
  • Anivia
  • Lulu
  • Sona
  • Aurelion Sol
Shapeshifter (2/4/6)
  • Transforming grants bonus max health increasing at trait breakpoints and heals for that amount
  • Nidalee
  • Gnar
  • Elise
  • Swain
  • Neeko
  • Shyvana
Warrior (2/4/6)
  • Warrior attacks have a 25% chance to increase the damage of their next attack
  • The extra damage increases at trait breakpoints
  • Aatrox
  • Shen
  • Yone
  • Olaf
  • Yasuo
Cavalier (2/4/6)
  • Innate: charge quickly towards their target whenever they move
  • Cavaliers gain armor and magic resist that increases at trait breakpoints. At the start of combat and after each charge, gain double the amount for 4 seconds
  • Sejuani
  • Lilia
  • Nunu
  • Hecarim
Dragonmancer (3/6/9)
  • Use the dragonmancer blessing to choose a hero. The hero gains massively increased health and AP, which increases at trait breakpoints and additionally by 5% per star level of your Dragonmancers
  • Karma
  • Sett
  • Ashe
  • Swain
  • Lee Sin
  • Volibear
  • Yasuo
Legend  (3)
  • Each combat: an adjacent ally bestows their spirit to the Legend which gains 100% of their health, armor and magic resistance, plus 40% of their ability power
  • Anivia
  • Volibear
  • Ornn
Bard (1)Allies that survive player combat have a 20% change to create a Doot. Bard always creates a Doot when dancing

Each Doot you collect increases your Shop odds by 1% of tiers 3, 4 and 5. 

  • Bard

TFT Dragonlands Augments Explained

This is the second set we get with augments taking centre stage in TFT. Sure, the dragons are the big new mechanic, as well as the Treasure Dragon, but we have to talk about the Augments once again as well. While in the previous Set, silver augments were the baseline, this time Riot is upping the augments to gold. 

Not only that, but you'll also get one re-roll on your augments per game. So, use that one re-roll wisely in case you ever get complete and utter garbage that doesn't fit into the comp you're trying to go for. This will make the augments in Set 7 feel much better than the previous set. 

 

TFT Dragonlands Release Date

TFT Dragonlands will be released in League of Legends Patch 12.11. This means you'll have to only wait for June 8, 2022 to be able to play Drgaonlands. The set will go onto the PBE for testing on May 25, 2022. If you're a big fan of the current TFT set, then these are the last two weeks you can still play that set, but we've tested Dragonlands early and it is a super fun set. 

The dragons like Aurelion Sol feel great to play, but they aren't OP, since even comps without dragons can win with ease. So, what are you waiting for? Patch 12.11 will give us Bel'Veth and a new TFT set!