The first champion that will come to TFT is Twisted Fate, which is – as we predicted a couple of days ago – a Pirate Sorcerer that comes with the ability we really wanted to see in this new game mode: Pick a Card. Let’s check out everything we know about Twisted Fate, which is right now available in 9.14 PBE!
Twisted Fate Stats, Abilities, Item Build, Synergies
|Cost: 2||DPS: 30 / 54 / 108|
|Health: 450 / 810 / 1620||Damage: 40 / 72 / 144|
|Mana: 50||Atk Spd: 0.75|
|Armor: 20||Crit Rate: 25%|
|MR: 20||Range: 3|
Ability: Pick a Card (Active)
“Twisted Fate throws a card that either stuns, deals damage around his target, or restores mana to himself and nearby allies.”
- Damage: 200 / 300 / 400
- Stun Duration: 2 / 3 / 4
- Mana Restore: 20 / 35 / 50
- Mana Cost: 50
- Starting Mana: 0
Here is a quick visual on all you need to know about Twisted Fate:
Origin/Class – Synergy
His Origin is Pirate – so if you pair him with 2 other pirates, you can earn up to 4 additional gold after combat against another player
His Class is Sorcerer – you pair him with other sorcerers, and at 3 sorcerers, they gain double mana from attacking allies and have increased spell damage. At 6 sorcerers they all get +100% spell damage.
Here are the champs he synergizes with:
One of Twisted Fate’s issues is that his HP is a bit too low, making him vulnerable in late game. Another issue is that Pirates are not that much of a help, which is why the Origin ranks pretty low in the tier lists. However, he is a good addition to Sorcerers which will be a total of 8 after TF is added to the champion pool, so it can help you build Sorcerers faster, also because he only costs 2 gold.
Check him out in action in Redox’s short TFT video that features details about him, his stats, and more info on the Ranked mode which will be available when 9.14 goes live.
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