The best Lee Sin build in Teamfight Tactics (TFT)

In Teamfight Tactics (TFT), some champions blow away the competition like no other. In Set 7.5, one of those heavyweights was Lee Sin. With fists and feet full of anger, not only is he the figurehead of the set, but Lee Sin is an integral member of the fearsome Dragonmancer trait. So if you want to stomp your enemies with this boisterous unit, how do you build it?

How does Lee Sin work?

As a unit, Lee Sin is pretty basic. Once his mana bar reaches its maximum level, he prepares a thunderous kick that sends the targeted enemy across the board. If this launched unit hits other champions, they also take damage. This kick is the main source of Lee Sin’s frightening power, so boosting it is your main goal. Upgrade him to a gold unit, make him the hero of the dragon mage and he will lead you to victory.

What items are best at Lee Sin?

With such a strong focus on dealing critical damage with his kick, picking sparring gloves as early items will serve you well. Finally, Lee Sin’s top three items all require Crit Gauntlets: Jeweled Gauntlet, Hands of Justice, and Infinity Edge. Of the three, the Jeweled Gauntlet is the most important item to build for your Lee Sin, as it increases his crit chance and kick ability power.

What is the best team for Lee Sin?

If you can get Dragonmancer Emblem, Dragonmancers is the best team for Lee Sin. Having a powerful Lee Sin and Dragonmancer Nunu is a terrifying combo, with one kicking champions left and right while the other devours the rest. In this build, collect all the Dragonmancers you see and try to get your Lee Sin and Nunu to gold status.

If you’re having trouble getting a Dragonmancer’s Emblem, Tempest Dragonmancers are just as powerful. Instead of a Nunu and six Dragonmancers, equip your team with Tempest units like Qiyana, Graves, and Ao Shin. This causes Lee Sin to deal additional damage as a Dragonmancer and Tempest champion.

Whichever route you choose, bring your chibi Dragonmancer Lee Sin Little Legend and crush the enemy. The best Lee Sin build in Teamfight Tactics (TFT)

Curtis Crabtree

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