The Armory mechanic returned to Teamfight Tactics in Set Seven via the Treasure Dragon, providing a variety of resources for players, which was expanded upon in Set 7.5 with two additional Treasure Dragon options.
Each TFT set has a unique mechanic or number of mechanics that make it different. Set Seven contained a total of three mechanics: Dragon trait, Draconic Augments, and the Treasure Dragon. The Dragon trait is the face mechanic of Set Seven and 7.5, while Draconic Augments are an evolved version of Hextech Augments that were first offered in Set Six. The Treasure Dragon is a unique spin on a mashup between an Armory and the previous Raptors PvE round.
Players will encounter a Treasure, Chaos, or Order Dragon at Stage 4-7 in every TFT game. The Treasure Dragon offers players an Armory that contains a variety of consumables, from components and magnetic removers to completed items and gold.
Unlike previous Armories in TFT or PvE rounds, players have the option to reroll what is offered to them as many times as they want at the cost of one gold per reroll. Players can’t pick and choose selections and must either choose all or reroll for different options. Players will see a Treasure Dragon in 40 percent of their games. Order and Chaos Treasure Dragons will show up in 30 percent of games.
The purpose of the Treasure Dragon Armory is to provide players with a variety of options that can either help them complete their comp or transition into a new late-game build. Players must decide whether the perfect components and items are worth rolling gold for or if that gold should be used to push for level nine or roll down for stabilization at level eight.
How Set 7.5 Chaos and Order Treasure Dragon Armories work
With the release of Set 7.5 Dragonlands Uncharted Realms, the TFT design team added two additional Treasure Dragon Armories. The two new Treasure Dragon Armories are slated to appear in around 60 percent of games played, 30 percent each. `
Chaos Treasure Dragon is an Armory that offers players an endless assortment of options that can range from Ornn Artifacts to emblems, and even Target Dummies. And the Order Treasure Dragon contains the option to pull Radiant items in conjunction with normal Treasure Dragon options.
Players still have the option in TFT Set 7.5 to roll the Treasure Dragon and its variants at the cost of one gold for better options. A full breakdown of the Treasure Dragon, Order Treasure Dragon, and Chaos Treasure Dragon loot options can be found here.
Update June 22 7:20pm CT: System changes to the TFT Set Seven Treasure Dragon implemented in Patch 12.12 were applied.
Update July 12 1:40pm CT: Timer changes were updated from TFT Patch 12.13.
Update Aug. 22 at 3am CT: The TFT Set 7.5 Chaos and Order Treasure Dragon Armories were added.
Update Aug. 25 at 7:30am CT: Percent details of when a Treasure, Order, or Chaos Dragon Treasure will appear was added.
Update Sept. 7 3pm CT: Additional information regarding Set 7.5 Treasure Dragon tables and link to all three tables added.