Chemtechs were a composition that was constantly in demand since their introduction in patch 6. The patch 6.5 is not much different from the prior patch. It is among my favorites since it’s so easy that even children can benefit from it and even abuse it.
You will be a little augment dependent if you are looking to completely destroy your enemies. with your ultimate 9 Chemtech compositions. But, this could be solved with the Giant’s belt and the Spatula.If you manage to do that, the chances of obtaining the 9 Chems you’re looking for are extremely high.
If I’m honest 7 Chems is enough. I’ve had many wins playing using 7 Chems on my game board. It was on both the old and the new set.
The Chemtechs composition is designed for those who want to unwind and not think about how all your traits and champions will interplay. There are 7 Chems to play and it’s easy to obtain the Chemtech emblem by combining it with an augment or the combo of Spatula and The Giants Belt.
The Chemtech trait
After dropping below 75% Health, Chemtech champions become chem-powered, gaining Attack Speed, damage reduction, and regenerating a percentage of their maximum Health each second for 8 seconds.
- 15% Attack Speed, 4% Health
- 50% Attack Speed, 7% Health
- 90% Attack Speed, 10% Health
- 135% Attack Speed, 18% Health
This line-up is designed to build a frontline that is that is strong enough to allow Renata and Trynda to take over the opposing team’s board. Each champion requires time to establish some power and level however once they have it, they are able to hit hard. Chemtech trait is great to build a solid frontline since they have integrated health regeneration. The Chemtech trait lets frontline tank units stay alive for longer durations of time than usual. Because of the improved attack speed, this trait can also benefit Tryndamere the primary carrie of this combination.
You should upgrade the frontline units as well as an Tryndamere with the top tier items. If you own a lot of AP items Viktor. This is a good composition to play in the event that you own an earlier Chemtech heart or emblem, lots of Bruisers, and an Trynda. There are other powerful augments like Chemtech Overload Instant Injection, Chemtech Overload and other good generic augments such as thrill of the hunt that fit perfectly with this composition.
Singed is also a inexpensive champion, much as Ezreal that starts with just one gold coin. Singed can be very useful to Innovators and Chemtechs in contrast to Ezreal. Singed is an impressive early game and mid-game. But, he’s vulnerable in the late game. In contrast to Ezreal that doesn’t draw much crowd in the early phases of the game Singed is quite important for those who decide Chemtechs are their choice in the current game and you’ll not be able to get Level 3. Singed in the early game as much as you would like.
His fling is a gamechanger since it impacts both the target champion and does aoe knock-up in the place where enemy champion lands. This can be handy in the situations where enemy’s champion is about to cast the ability and is interrupted by the knock-up , leaving your champions a little bit of time to react and possibly turn the fate of the fight in your favor.
When you are in the early games of the fight and you don’t have enough champions to make 5 Chems composition, i always put 2 Singeds on the board because of the knock-up effect.
He is also a good frontliner and can tank some nice amounts of damage.
As far as the items are concerned, Singed isn’t a waste of items like Ezreal is, and he can benefit from Warmogs Armour or Brambles vest.
Singed flings a nearby enemy towards the largest cluster of enemies, stunning his target for seconds when they land. All adjacent enemies take magic damage and are briefly stunned.
This set is a tough one for the tiny rat as per my opinion. I don’t think he’s unimportant, but I’m going to be very rough with him as his only purpose is to acquire The Chems trait and to be killed before the other units.
Every time I have tryed to incorporate him in both of his traits he wouldn’t work. He wouldn’t work as Chemtech, he doesn’t work as an Assassin. If he had an ult that was different from the one you see today, he could be an outstanding champ. Or maybe he could just be invisible like he is in Summoner’s rift. He could be so strong if his ult increased attack speed as fast as when you equip Guinsoo’s Rageblade. But in this case, I feel like his basic attacks are stronger than his ult. I wish he just wouldn’t ult at all. Just do the basic attacks and he may do some damage.
One may think that he is bad since he is cheap but there other cheap units that rock. Take Illaoi, for example, Garen from an earlier patch, Kassadin from both patches? Come on. He had to be better.
He is easy to get on the level three at least since he is pretty cheap and relatively underplayed so that is at least something to count on.
You can position him anywhere, but I would use him as a shield for your carry unit, so somewhere in the back of the board.
Ability: Piercing Bolt
Twitch fires a powerful bolt towards his target that pierces through enemies hit, dealing a percent of his Attack Damage as physical damage and applying 50% Grievous Wounds for 5 seconds.
This champion is one the most outstanding in the game. Warwick is one the most valuable champions in the game. He stays relevant until the end. Warwick is also a champion who can work with most of the current set’s items, regardless of whether you want to use him as a tank, bruiser or attack speed, or even damage bonuses. He can also use some AP items, but only if it becomes too easy or you need some challenge. (Pun intended. He is a challenger.)
WW is the very affordable starting champion. It costs only two gold and is easy to upgrade to level three. I am serious. He thrives in any role, whether it’s as a Chemtech, Challenger or both.
With The Chemtech’s equipped with Titan’s Resolve, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, and The Bloodthirster, I promise you, this guy will not die. I am not joking. Once you have five to seven Chemtech’s infield, the hp regeneration from the traits benefit combined with his ability, and his hp just won’t drop for a split second. Also, add Titan’s Resolve with the stacking of size and defensive stats, and Guinsoo’s just doing the thing you like the most on that item. He becomes The Ultimate Hunter!
With The Challenger’s you can pretty much do the same items, but I would swap The Bloodthirster with something tankier, like The Bramble’s vest, since you will already have a lot of speed and power from the trait itself, but you will lack regeneration that you get from The Chems. In The Challenger composition, Warwick is likely to die among the first ones, but his sacrifice won’t go in vain since he will not die quickly, leaving just enough time for his buddies to shred your opponent’s backline.
Position him on the front center of the board so he can take as much aggro possible. Max him asap to level three.
Ability: Eternal Hunger
Passive: Warwick’s Attacks deal an additional percent of his target’s current Health as bonus magic damage, and heal him for the damage dealt.
The strongest 4 gold costing champion in the game right now, Tryndamere.
Trynda is really the power house at any composition he is in.
In all honesty, I don’t know what Riot was thinking when they made the decision that he was balanced. I am physically sickened by the power he has and the power surge he experiences when he reaches level 2. . If you’re lucky enough to be granted an Ascension Augment, you will probably never lose a fight. When he has reached full mana, he can spin like a ballerina. You can scrap that. Perhaps a Beyblade would be a better description. Yes, Beyblade sounds great. Once he has reached full mana, he spins like a Beyblade, and then he just wipes out everything. Although he is quite squishy,with good sustain items he will be an animal.
If you have an Augment via Emblem or Crest to spare, Trynda is always a viable option to use it on, no matter the traits or comp you are fitting him in. Except maybe arcanists, but come on, who would do that?
My items of choice for Trynda are The Infinity Edge, The Edge of Night, and you can choose between The Bloodthirster (The Challenger comp) or The Guinsoo’s Rageblade (The Chemtech comp). As some of you eagle-eyed summoners will see, the last item really is there to compensate for the thing you will be missing in your comp that particular game.
Position him in the far back, and try to protect him in any way you can. After the initial five seconds of combat, he will just be flying everywhere over the arena, slicing and dicing everything on his path (sorry, Rene).
You should max his level as soon as you can since he is an integral part of any comp he is in. He should be your priority when equipping items to champions.
Ability: Spinning Slash
Tryndamere spins in a line towards the most enemies, dealing 150% of his Attack Damage plus bonus damage to enemies in his path and empowering his next 3 attacks to deal 20% more damage.
Zac is currently the champion in the S-tier. While he’s powerful, it’s not enough to warrant his position. I will not spend a lot of time pointing out his shortcomings or criticizing him, as there are many other champions who are doing a lot worse than him. Wow! That sounds like he’s a bad champion. He’s not. He’s an Chemtech Bruiser and has numerous applications for both of them.
He’s very tough and is able to take out two enemies at once with his ability. He is able to deal some serious damage up to level 3 however, that’s remarkable for an bruiser tank type of champion.
His price is decent, it’s three gold coins, and that puts him in the middle of the range. I think it’s a fair price for him, and since not many people are playing The Chemtech or The Bruiser comp, because of the hype of the new set, he is actually available a lot. Do you know what that means? Yup, you can upgrade him to level three pretty quickly.
His position is in the front. Alongside his tank buddies, he does great both as a tank and disrupter of the enemy’s front line. He also does not tend to die quickly since both of his traits are focused on sustain.
Zac stretches his arms up to three hexes to pull the two most distant enemies towards him, dealing magic damage. Zac takes less damage while using this ability.
Riot’s latest sensation is here! I couldn’t wait to get to the point of the article and discuss about her since I am just amazed with her appearance and spells both in the Rift and in TFT. Look at her! Bravo Riot’s design team! After a few swings and misses in my opinion with the looks of new champions, they have hit the jackpot!
Renata appears to be like Kassadin and Robocop had a daughter and it feels so cool! There’s a cloak of mystery surrounding her, like Severus Snape kind of thing. She’s not evil, but she is the kind of powerful and evil that we often think of and wish to be. I’m not trying to make people mad, but it would be great to be the badass you are and fight the bully in your school. Wow! I’ve got a vivid imagination. I think we should revisit the guidelines as I am afraid I’ll wander off.
Alright, let’s continue? Renata is just a replacement for Lissandra. I personally think Lissandra had a more utility-based kit and was just a better champion overall since you could win any game if you had The Hextech Gunblade and Liss on her third level.
Renata doesn’t fall back, damage-wise, since she does damage to her enemies reduces their attack speed, but the most important part of her kit is that her damage stacks!
As you probably get by now, she is an AP type of champion. A scaling AP which finds uses both for The Chemtech and The Scholar compositions.
For items, I would go for The Rabbadon’s Deathcap Hextech Gunblade, and depending you are playing The Chems or The Scholars, you can switch between The Blue Buff and The Morello.
She should be positioned somewhere behind the front line, so she wouldn’t take aggro, but still won’t have to wait long to start attacking and stack mana so she can ult.
She should be one of your main priorities to get at level three asap since she is a game-changer, no doubt.
Ability: Toxic Wave
Renata unleashes a toxic wave towards the largest group of nearby enemies, poisoning all enemies in its path for 15 seconds. Poisoned enemies suffer 15% reduced Attack Speed and take magic damage per second. Damage dealt by the poison can stack.
Okay now, let’s get ready for The Man himself!
Now, we are going to unleash the heavy artillery. He is the most epic unit in this composition, purely because of his ult and its impact on the whole field during the fight.
The first thing to note is that his ult unleashes lasers across the field! Do you not love the focus on detail? I mean, lasers change colors depending on Viktors level! Can you believe that? When I play him,every time I get The Star Wars vibes. It is very simple, when you consider it. You must win the game.
No matter if you’re playing The Chems or The Arcanists, it doesn’t really matter as long as you can get him to at least level 2… It doesn’t matter. He could actually alter the course of a game on first level, as long as he has either The Jeweled Gauntlet, The Rabbadon’s Deathcap or The Blue Buff, and under the condition that you are able to protect him until he is able to ult.
Position-wise, it actually can not be said precisely since it depends on the enemy’s team. If enemies are running assassins, he should not be at the back since he won’t live long enough to even do a basic attack. So if that is the case, the middle of the field is the best choice, having some less important champions surround him from each side so he can not be touched.
If, on the other hand, enemies are not running The Assassin comp, he should definitely be tucked in somewhere in the back, with you less expensive and less important champions surrounding him.
As for items, basically, anything that can boost his AP dmg, so The Jeweled Gauntlet, The Rabbadon’s Deathcap or The Blue Buff, The Spear of Shojin, The Archangel’s Staff, The Chalice of Power, you get the point.
I don’t even have to tell you that if he reaches level three, it is insta win, so you know what you have to do.
Ability: Death Rays
Viktor summons multiple singularities to fire death rays that cut across the battlefield in a line, melting through enemies’ defenses. Enemies caught in their path take magic damage, have a percent of any remaining shields destroyed, and suffer Armor Shred.
Nine Chemtechs are pretty strong on their own, but why wouldn’t you buff them just a little bit and make the composition that every other player fears. For that we need two more champions, two Challengers to be exact:
Draven is another new champion that Riot has brought us with the arrival of patch 6.5.
Both in The Debonair composition and The Challenger, he fits the bill. He is a solid pick but I have yet to see him shine. Because The Debonair comp has a VIP subtrait, it is very popular. This is why he is a rare find. You will not be able to upgrade him to the level you want because he is a rare and expensive champion.. Even if you manage to upgrade him, your items will have been spent on a higher-level champion by that time. He still does damage. But compared to the ease of getting to Trynda level three, it is a mere shadow.
When comparing both of Draven’s traits, I would say that he shines brighter in The Debonair comp since there is just no place among The Challengers for him to thrive compared to the other amazing picks in that comp. The best pick for The Debonair comp would surely be VIP Draven level two at least, but that thing is harder to achieve than finding the source of the Nile.
Items for Draven would be any kind of AD item, but some are standing above others for the sheer compatibility, and those are The Infinity Edge, The Bloodthirster, and The Last Whisper.
Position for Draven is somewhere in the back of the field, or even the middle behind your frontline.
Ability: Spinning Axes
Draven starts spinning an axe, empowering his next attack to deal a percentage of his Attack Damage plus bonus physical damage. The axe will return to his original location after striking the target. If Draven catches it, he will empower the axe again. Draven can spin up to 2 axes at a time. Passive: Draven ignores 50% of his target’s Armor. VIP Bonus: Draven gains infinite attack range and ignores 50% of his target’s Armor.
Kai’sa is one the most powerful five-gold costing champions in the game. Her ability is basically an superpowered Kassadin’s Mutant ult. I kinda get that since, after all, she is his daughter. Because she can max AD and AP or Attack speed, she’s versatile.
If I had to place her in the tier of five cost champions, she would be like second or third place sitting behind Tahm Kench and Zeri. If you are going for The Challenger comp, then you already have enough Attack speed, but she can benefit from Guinsoo’s Rageblade there too!
As for Mutant comp, it really depends on what type of Mutation the game gives you in that particular game. The Hextech Gunblade is always a good choice for her and The Rabbadon’s Deathcap as well.
Depending on the opponent’s composition, you should consider some sustain in the form of Quicksilver or The Edge of The Night if the enemy team favors some burst champions like the ones in The Assassin or The Arcanist composition.
Since level three is virtually impossible to achieve, even at level 2, you’ll likely be able to delete any enemy player team within 10 seconds. It is as easy as that.
Positioning should be considered somewhat like The Snipers or Assassin’s since she tends to act like The Assassin. That means far away from potential early fight aggro. To simplify, that means in the back of the board.
Items for Kai’Sa are The Guinsoo’s Ragebalde, The Bloodthirster, The Infinity Edge, The Rabbadon’s Deathcap, The Blue Buff, The Edge of The Night, and The Quicksilver.
She should be leveled as much as you can.
Ability: Icathian Monsoon
Kai’sa dashes to the hex furthest from all enemies. She then fires a volley of missiles spread evenly among all enemies that deal magic damage. Kai’Sa fires a bonus missile for each time she has attacked this combat.
The In-game guide:
Chemtech has one of the simplest early games due to the fact that most of their champions cost 1-3 Gold. Singed and Twitch are 1 Gold, and Warwick costs 2 Gold. These three are the foundation of the build. They grant you three-Chemtech synergy. Next up, you’ll want to get Tryndamere and Zac because they allow you to unlock the five unit synergy and, at this point, the team will be quite strong.
If you’re not participating in Hyperroll, the middle game is all about being able to do proper Gold management (getting good gold economy). What is the reason, you may ask? The majority of units you’ll need in order to make the building work are legendary and epic units and the more advanced with your levels you’re at, the higher chances you’ll have to acquire these. Keep upgrading Zac and Tryndamere and keep an eye out for Renata and Viktor.
You have two options depending on what Hextech augments you’ve received and the items you’ve purchased. For the majority of games, you’ll want to keep building and progress to level 8.
If you’ve got the Chemtech Augment, which gives you an extra Chemtech emblem, you are able to rush level 8 and get a high-cost harmonizing champion to fill in the gaps. You will also be able to use The Chemtech trait on that champion.
The Chemtech composition
The Chemtech composition has been in use for quite a time, but it’s still extremely valuable. It’s nonetheless relevant to the present TFT set with minor modifications to champions and 9 Chemtechs are available now, instead of 8.
The real colours of this game will be the most vibrant when your composition has been blessed with 9 Chems. It is crucial to reach the level 8 as quickly as you can, and level 9 is just a miracle.
Whatever happens in game, Tryndamere Renata or Viktor are your main carries. It all boils down to the items you’ve got.
This is one of the ones which you can play all game long without losing even a single point. There are three Chems on the Field starting at level 2. When you reach level 5, you will have five Chems. It is scalable with your level.
This composition is pretty simple and it is essential to utilize it. Best of luck!