Teamfight Tactics brings players back in time to where dragons once reigned supreme. After several sets that focus mainly on Hextech and Chemtech, Riot rolls around time for gamers to experience a new composition of units, which will feature Dragon champions exclusive to the set. Gamers can start taking their LoL accounts to higher ranks by learning the current meta for TFT Set 7.  

About TFT Dragonlands Set 

Aside from several traits being benched and new ones going live, various other units can now be fielded in Riot’s popular auto-chess game. The most notable champions that entered the carousel and shop are the large and mighty dragons, which can significantly help gamers with elo boosting. These great beings take up two slots and stack up chosen traits by three counts. Here are all the Dragon Units in Set 7: 

  • Shi Oh Yu (3 Jade|Mystic|Dragon) 
  • Sy’fen (3 Whispers|Bruiser|Dragon) 
  • Idas (3 Shimmerscale|Guardian|Dragon) 
  • Daeja (3 Mirage|Dragon) 
  • Shyvana (3 Ragewing|Shapeshifter|Dragon) 
  • Ao Shin (3 Temptest|Dragon) 
  • Aurelion Sol (3 Astral|Evoker|Dragon) 

The first four Dragons cost 8 Gold, while Shyvanna, Ao Shin, and Aurelion Sol all cost 10 Gold.  

Best TFT Set 7 Meta Comps 


Jade is arguably one of the strongest compositions in the current set, if not the strongest. This comp uses a Shi Oh Yu as a primary carry and an Anivia as the secondary. Players should note that the chances of winning using this team rely heavily on having a Shi Oh Yu. Otherwise, the build might fall off at the later stages. Here are the ideal units for this comp: 


  • Shi Oh Yu w/ Titan’s Resolve, Titan Slayer, and Bloodthirster (Guinsoo is a good alternative) 
  • Anivia w/ Spear of Shojin and Morellonomicon (Archangel Staff is a good addition) 
  • Soraka 
  • Neeko w/ Warmogs and Stoneplat (Titan’s Resolve or Frozen Heart are good options) 


  • Taric 
  • Karma 
  • Nami 
  • Lulu 
  • Bard 

Augments: Depends on Player Choice 


Whispers surprisingly started to dominate the board upon recent buffs. The comp heavily relies on having a Sy’fen or Elise carry but having the Dragon Unit is preferable. The good thing about this team is its flexibility in which to use it. Here are the core and optional units for this team: 


  • Sy’fen/Elise w/ Titan’s Resolve, Bloodthirster, and Quicksilver 
  • Sylas 
  • Thresh 
  • Ornn w/ Sunfire Cape and Stoneplate (Warmogs is a good option) 
  • Shen 


  • Qiyana 
  • Pyke  
  • Ao Shin (instead of Pyke and Qiyana) 

Augments: Celestial Blessing, Thrill of the Hunt, Titanic Strength, Wise Spending, Big Friend, or Tri Force (if using Elise carry) 

Xayah Carry 

Xayah Carry has two variations, which allow players more room to maneuver. The first version is to have the team activate six Ragewings for the extra attack speed and omnivamp. The second variant makes use of a three-stack Guild Trait. Here are the ideal compositions for the Xayah Carry: 

Version 1 


  • Xayah w/ Guinsoo Rageblade, Deathblade, and Giantslayer 
  • Hecarim 
  • Shen  
  • Shyvana w/ Titan’s Resolve, Warmog’s Armor, and Frozen Heart 
  • Ashe 


  • Neeko 
  • Soraka 
  • Taric 

Version 2 


  • Xayah w/ Guinsoo Rageblade, Quicksilver, and Giant Slayer 
  • Twitch 
  • Sejuani 
  • Talon w/ Infinity Edge 
  • Hecarim w/ Warmog’s Armor and Sunfire Cape 
  • Shen 


  • Ornn 
  • Qiyana 

Augments: Press the Attack, Scorch, Weakspot, Celestial Blessing, Thrill of the Hunt, Stand United 

Bruiser Mage Sy’fen 

While this team also uses a Sy’fen as a carry, this composition relies more on utilities than on the Whisper trait itself. Unfortunately, this comp relies heavily on getting a Sy’fen right away. The plus side of this composition is that it has many characteristics activated, which can be beneficial with Stand United. Here are the units for this team: 


  • Sy’fen w/ Titan’s Resolve, Bloodthirster, and Quicksilver 
  • Sylas w/ Gargoyle Stoneplate and Dragon’s Claw 


  • Any 3 Mages 
  • Heimerdinger 
  • Lulu 
  • Zoe 
  • Bard 
  • Sona 

Augments: Stand United, Titanic Strength, Big Friend, Second Wind, Thrill of the Hunt 


The Astral composition relies on hyper-rolling as much as possible to land many three-star units early. The main drawback with this composition is that it requires players to have significantly more components than most comps. In addition, enemy gamers will have more units most of the time due to Astral players focusing on rolling rather than leveling. However, it has a high chance of getting players to a top four situation. Here are all the units for this team: 


  • Varus w/ Guinsoo Rageblade, Last Whisper, and Deathblade (Quicksilver and Runaan’s Hurricane are excellent options) 
  • Nami w/ Stark’s Herald and Spear of Shojin 
  • Skarner 
  • Illaoi w/ Warmog’s Armor, Sunfire Cape, and Dragon’s Claw (Frozen Heart is a decent alternative) 
  • Vladimir 
  • Nidalee 
  • Aurelion Sol w/ Spear of Shojin, Archangel’s Staff, and Morellonomicon 


  • Ryze w/ Spear of Shojin 
  • Xayah 
  • Zoe 
  • Bard 

Augments: Intercosmic Gifts, Thrill of the Hunt, Cybernetic Uplink, Best Friends, Celestial Blessing, and Featherweights 

These are all the most robust comps in the current meta. However, players should note that these teams can fall off depending on subsequent patches. Gamers should always read updates to see whether their preferred compositions are still suitable for elo boosting.