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Teamfight Tactics - Origins guide

Every Origin in Teamfight Tactics explained.

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Our Teamfight Tactics Origins guide contains information on every Origin in Teamfight Tactics, including all bonuses and their corresponding Champions.

In Teamfight Tactics, each Champion has a particular Origin which confers special bonuses when certain conditions are met. It’s easy to overlook the importance of this mechanic if you’re new to the Auto Chess genre, but trust us, you’ll want to get to grips with both how it works and how to take advantage of it.

Below we’ll take you through all the Origins in Teamfight Tactics and the bonuses they confer. As time goes by, we’ll update this page with tips, tricks and strategy advice too, so keep this guide bookmarked for all the latest.

Teamfight Tactics: Best Origins

It's early days, but we thought we'd draw up a tier list of the best Origins currently in the game. We expect things to change drastically over the coming weeks, so use this list as a gentle nudge in the right direction.

Top Tier

  • Glacial
  • Imperial
  • Wild

Very Strong

  • Dragon

Strong

  • Exile
  • Noble
  • Ninja
  • Robot
  • Yordle

Situational

  • Phantom
  • Void
  • Demon
  • Pirate

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Teamfight Tactics: Origins List

Here’s a list of every Origin in Teamfight Tactics, alongside their bonuses and their corresponding Champions.

OriginBonusChampions
Demon2 - Attacks from Demons have a 30% chance to burn all of an enemy’s mana and deal that much true damage. 4 - Attacks from Demons have a 50% chance to burn all of an enemy’s mana and deal that much true damage. 6 - Attacks from Demons have a 70% chance to burn all of an enemy’s mana and deal that much true damage.Aatrox, Brand, Elise, Evelynn, Morgana, Varus
Dragon2 - Dragons are immune to Magic damage.Aurelion Sol, Shyvana
Exile1 - If an Exile has no adjacent allies at the start of combat, they gain a shield equal to 100% of their maximum health.Yasuo
Glacial2 - Attacks from Glacials have a 20% chance to stun for 2 seconds. 4 - Attacks from Glacials have a 30% chance to stun for 2 seconds. 6 - Attacks from Glacials have a 45% chance to stun for 2 seconds.Anivia, Ashe, Braum, Lissandra, Sejuani, Volibear
Imperial2 - 1 random Imperial deals Double Damage. 4 - All Imperials deal Double Damage.Darius, Draven, Katarina, Swain
Noble3 - 1 random ally gains +100 armour and heals +35 health per attack. 6 - All allies gain +100 armour and heal +30 health per attack.Fiora, Garen, Kayle, Leona, Lucian, Vayne
Ninja1 - If you have exactly 1 Ninja, it gains +40% Attack Damage. 4 - If you have exactly 4 Ninjas, they all gain +80% Attack Damage.Akali, Kennen, Shen, Zed
Pirate3 - Earn up to 4 additional gold after combat against another player. Gangplank, Graves, Miss Fortune, Pyke
Phantom2 - Curse a random enemy at the start of combat, setting their HP to 100.Karthus, Kindred, Mordekaiser
Robot1 - Robots start combat at full mana.Blitzcrank
Void3 - All basic attacks ignore 50% of the enemy’s armour.Chogath, Kassadin, Kha'Zix, RekSai
Wild2 - Wild allies generate stacks of Fury (stacks up to 5 times) with every attack. Each stack of Fury gives 7% Attack Speed. 4 - All allies generate stacks of Fury (stacks up to 5 times) with every attack. Each stack of Fury gives 7% Attack Speed.Ahri, Gnar, Nidalee, Rengar, Warwick
Yordle3 - Attacks against ally Yordles have a 20% chance to miss. 6 - Attacks against ally Yordles have a 50% chance to miss.Lulu, Poppy, Tristana, Veigar

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