The best comps from the TFT Rising Legends Gizmos and Gadgets Finals
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The Europe, Middle East and Africa region’s Teamfight Tactics regional finals wrapped up on Sunday, and many different comps were on display at the TFT Rising Legends Gizmos and Gadgets Finals. Here is a look at three of the best comps from the finals on Day 3 of the tournament.

Voltariux’ Scrap Socialite Irelia

It wouldn’t be a top comps list without Irelia. This variant utilized the Scrap trait. | Provided by Warren Younger/ team builder.

Voltariux started off Game 1 with a variant of one of the strongest comps in the current TFT Set 6.5 metagame. Socialite Irelia has been an absolute force since she dropped in the Neon Nights expansion, and there are many different ways to play her.

Voltariux went with one focused around the Scrap trait to give Irelia an extra shield that could help her stay healthy enough to mow down enemy boards. The double Zephyrs were also clutch for picking off key, carry threats.

Ging’s Arcanist Scholar Ahri

Ahri showed up big time in this Arcanist Scholar comp. Malzahar is pretty good, too. | Provided by Warren Younger/ team builder.

Ahri has been one of the most improved champions in the current TFT metagame. As time has passed, more players have warmed up to the idea of using her as a primary carry.

Ging did just that in Game 2 of the TFT Rising Legends Gizmos and Gadgets Finals. However, instead of focusing on a deep Syndicate supporting cast, Ging went for a heavy damage one with six Arcanists — and even four Scholar. Ahri, along with Malzahar, proved to be good enough to win Game 2.

Coco’s Seven Innovators

The absolute dream scenario. Seven Innovators, Six Scrap with Binary Airdrop. | Provided by Warren Younger/ team builder.

It’s one thing if you didn’t expect another Irelia comp, but you had to know an Innovator one was coming, right? Coco managed to grab an Innovator Heart as their second augment and the rest is history.

The Innovator comp has been by far the hardest one to balance in TFT Gizmos and Gadgets because not only do the champions have to be balanced, the Innovator minions must be as well. two star Jayce two-star on a socialite hex with a two-star Irelia and the Innovator Dragon was just way too much for anyone else to handle.

On top of that, Coco managed to get ahold of six Scrap, too. Then Binary Airdrop landed as the third augment, giving every champion with two items a full third one for free. It was basically the dream scenario for this comp. Coco won this game with over 90 HP.

ASU alum with a B.A in Sports Journalism, Warren is one of the premier TFT Journalists in the scene and is a decent TFT player as well who has peaked Challenger and has had multiple accounts in Master+ over all sets. Warren also specializes in other esports content including League of Legends, Valorant, Smash Bros, and more.