TFT Guide: Playing the Mythic Composition

TFT Guide: Playing the Mythic Composition

24. March 2024 by Valentin Pasetti

Unleash the power of the Mythic composition in TFT Set 11: Ink Fables and dominate the battlefield. Follow this guide to maximize your chances of success and secure top placements in every match.

Composition Overview

The Mythic composition revolves around Bard as your primary carry. This composition is relatively straightforward, requiring you to reach level 7 without dropping below 50 gold. Once at level 7, utilize the Slow Roll strategy to consistently refresh your shop without sacrificing your economy.


Your goal is to upgrade Bard to 3 stars and Tahm Kench, your frontline tank, to 3 stars as well. Once achieved, you can spend gold to level up to 8 and complete your team with Lillia, a crucial AP damage dealer, alongside Galio and Nautilus providing frontline tanking support.

Upgrades and Carousel Priorities

Optimal upgrades include “Empire on the Rise” for a guaranteed 3-cost unit, “This Is Epic” (Mythic Augment), “Blinding Speed,” and Mythic Emblem or Heart, allowing for greater flexibility in composition building. Key carousel components to prioritize include Attack Speed, Health, Sword, and Ability Power.

TFT Set 11 Alune

Item Build

For Bard, prioritize Double Guinsoo’s Rageblade (AP + Attack Speed) and Hextech Gunblade (Sword + AP). For Tahm Kench, focus on tank items such as Dragon’s Claw (double Magic Resistance), Sunfire Cape (Health + Armor), and Redemption (Health + Tear). In later stages, equip Lillia with items like Shojin (Sword + Tear) for optimal performance.


By following these strategies, you can effectively play the Mythic composition and secure top placements in TFT matches. Remember to adapt your strategy based on the game’s dynamics and remain vigilant of your opponents’ strengths and weaknesses. Embrace the challenge and enjoy the thrill of victory in TFT Set 11: Ink Fables!

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