Multiple attack damage carriers can carry teams to a top-four finish in Teamfight Tactics Set Eight, from independent Threat champions to synergistic team players.
There are over six solid attack damage TFT Set Eight carriers and a few others that have Reroll potential. Champions listed in the S-tier are solid primary carriers that are worth transitioning for, depending on a player’s board state and health.
A-tier champions are solid carriers to hit on rolling down at seven or to play as a Reroll Set Eight unit. The B-tier TFT champions are slightly less powerful that the top two tiers while C-tier is made up of placeholders. Tiers are subject to change with Set Eight patches and will get updated at least every two weeks.
S-tier TFT Set Eight AD champions
Bel’Veth and Zed are two of the strongest attack damage carriers in Set Eight, while Aphelios is a late-game addition that should only use AD items with Duskwave and Onslaught.
- Aphelios Duskwave and Onslaught: Last Whisper and Guinsoo’s Rageblade. Alternative options are Bloodthirster, Quicksilver, and Runnan’s Hurricane.
- Zed: Runaan’s Hurricane and Edge of Night. Deathblade is a solid option, along with Infinity Edge or Last Whisper.
- Draven: Bloodthirster and Infinity Edge. A third option can include Last Whisper, Deathblade, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Hand of Justice, and Titan’s Resolve.
- Ashe: Deathblade, Runaan’s Hurricane, and Last Whisper and/or Giant Slayer. Alternative options include Guinsoo’s Rageblade if Zeke’s Herald on a supporting unit isn’t an option, along with Infinity Edge.
- Sett: Bloodthirster and Titan’s Resolve
A-tier TFT Set Eight AD champions
The A-tier champions are ideal carriers for comps wanting an attack-damage TFT primary carry. Urgot is unique in that the Set Eight champion can be run as an AD or AP carrier, while Camille is a solid frontline attack damage champion.
- Camille: Bloodthirster and Titans Resolve. A third option can include Infinity Edge, Deathblade, Quicksilver, Last Whisper and/or Giant Slayer, and Guardbreaker.
- Urgot: Running Urgot with AD items should include Giant Slayer, followed by a Spear of Shojin and Infinity Edge. Alternative options are Guardbreaker, Hand of Justice, and Quicksilver.
- Samira: Deathblade and either Last Whisper and/or Giant Slayer. Third options can include Infinity Edge, Quicksilver, Runann’s Hurricane, Guardbreaker, and Rapid Firecannon.
- Bel’Veth: Bloodthirster and Titan’s Resolve. A third option can be Giant Slayer and/or Last Whisper, or a Quicksilver. Alternative options are Edge of Night, Deathblade, Infinity Edge, or Runaan’s Hurricane.
- Vayne: Deathblade and Last Whisper. Edge of Night is also a solid option, along with Guinsoo’s Rageblade.
- Jax: Bloodthirster and Giant Slayer. Guinsoo’s Rageblade is also a solid option, along with Bloodthirster.
B-tier TFT Set Eight AD champions
Players can run B-tier attack damage Set Eight champions as a primary carry during the early game but should transition to a more powerful unit unless rerolling.
- Kayle: Deathblade and Infinity Edge. Last Whisper is a solid third option as is Guard Breaker or a Runaan’s Hurricane.
- Senna: Infinity Edge and Last Whisper.
- Fiora: Titan’s Resolve and Runaan’s Hurricane. Other options include Last Whisper or Quicksilver.
- Sivir: Guinsoo’s Rageblade and Spear of Shojin.
C-tier TFT Set Eight AD champions
The C-tier TFT Set Eight attack damage champions are often used as placeholders, while sometimes being useful as a secondary or alternative carry within an end-game comp.
Update Dec. 7 1pm CT: All TFT attack damage champions were updated following the release of Set Eight.