The Blademaster Class is a very strong choice for a TFT team comp that can transition smoothly throughout the early, all the way to the late game. Blademaster 10.7 builds are a popular pick because they’re interesting to set up as you can combine multiple Origins/Classes to produce a very unique team setup that can counter a plethora of builds. In this Teamfight Tactics guide we’ll show you the best 10.7 Blademaster build comp and how to efficiently set up your team synergies to get easy TFT wins.
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Blademaster Synergy Bonus
Blademaster Basic Attacks have a chance to trigger two additional attacks against their target. These additional attacks deal damage like Basic Attacks and trigger on-hit effects.
(3) → 30% chance to hit two more times
(6) → 60% chance to hit two more times
Best Blademaster Team Comp
- Fiora enters a defensive stance for 1.5 seconds, becoming immune to damage and enemy spell effects. As she exits this stance, she ripostes, dealing magic damage and stunning a nearby enemy.
- Shen creates a zone around himself for a few seconds, granting all narby allies 100% chance to dodge incoming basic attacks. While active, Shen gains Magic Resist.
- Yasuo blinks to the enemy with the most items and knocks them up, holding them airborne for 1 second and hitting them multiple times, dealing Basic Attack damage and applying on-hit effects.
- Thresh tosses his lantern towards random unit(s) on your bench, pulling them into the current combat and granting them bonus mana. Traits are unaffected.
- Irelia dashes past her target, attacking them for a percentage of her Attack Damage as she passes through. If this kills the target, she casts again immediately at the enemy with the highest mana.
- Master Yi
- For 5 seconds, Master Yi gains massively increased movement speed, heals for a percentage of his maximum health each second, and deals bonus true damage with his Basic Attacks.
- Miss Fortune
- Miss Fortune channels and fires waves of bullets in a cone for 2.25 seconds, dealing a percentage of enemies’ maximum health in magic damage over the duration.
- Kayle Ascends, causing her attacks to launch waves that deal bonus magic damage until the end of combat.
Blademaster Team Comp Guide
Unlike previous TFT Sets, SET 3 features a lot of low-cost blademaster units that you can get early on which means it’s finally a viable choice for early game as well. Fiora, Shen and Yasuo will grant you the (3) Blademaster bonus with ease and you should replace Fiora for Master Yi as soon as you get him. The primary carries for this team until the transitions into Kayle are going to be Yasuo and Master Yi.
It’s relatively easy to get 6 Blademasters up an going around level 6/7 because Kayle is only a 4 Gold unit in this latest patch. You should always keep working on the economy and saving up Gold as you’ll need lots of it for the level 8 push and re-rolling to upgrade Kayle as much as possible since she’s the hyper-carry of this lineup.
At level 8 the main TFT Blademaster team comp will feature Fiora, Irelia, Kayle, Master Yi, Shen, Yasuo, Thresh and Miss Fortune. Adding Thresh and MF to the team will grant you Valkyrie (which makes Kayle even stronger) and Mana-Reaver. In case you make it to level 9 without already killing your opponents, you can add any Cybernetic unit for an additional power boost for Kayle.
Another thing that is key with this type of a build is positioning, as well as good itemization and you can read about these below.
As we mentioned previously, Kayle is the main hyper-carry for this team but you could also gear Master Yi during early game as he’s pretty strong as well. Additionally, gearing Shen and Irelia with tank items is a viable option as well.
Kayle — Guinsoo’s Rageblade, Guardian Angel, Rapid Firecannon
Master Yi — Rapid Firecannon, Hand of Justice
Shen — Guardian Angel, Warmog’s Armor, Dragon’s Claw
Positioning of the Blademaster team comp can vary depending on what opponents you are fighting. Generally, you’ll want Shen at the front to pop his ultimate as quick as possible so enemies can’t hit their auto attacks. Fiora on the other side acts as a bait to pull enemies away while the rest of the team destroys them. Kayle and Miss Fortune are in the back because they are the main carries in this team.