Teamfight Tactics season 6 is reaching its final stage before moving to season 6.5. At present, most gamers will try to climb the sprint rank, or switch to normal game modes to test the main squad. And this is also the time when many “unique – strange” lineups were “invented” by gamers. Although the main purpose of testing is, many of them also prove effective. Typically, the Samira Challenger – Idol lineup.
Overview and how it works
Samira is a 3-gold general who is always quite strong in TFT season 6, easy to build but rarely used to become the main damage because sometimes, this girl has not had time to promote efficiency, she has “on the counting board”. However, in some cases, Samira can completely “balance the team” in terms of having enough levels and standard equipment – two crucial requirements for squads revolving around cheap champions.
In the early game, when there is no Samira, players can build a temporary squad with 2 Challengers – 2 Empires, namely Camille/Warwick/Quinn – Swain – Talon. However, because Samira is extremely important, it is required to have this champion early on the chessboard. Therefore, at the early stages of the game, gamers should not accumulate too much money, but at this time, having a standard squad is the top priority. It’s best to raise it to level 5 early and get Samira in.
Since having this champion, players can play 3 Empires – 3 Challenges. Focus on defensive equipment for Swain and Camille if you have enough. And damage equipment for Samira as well as Quinn. Because the fighting style revolves around cheap main damage that requires standard items, so in this case, it is necessary to get Samira’s 2 “suppressing” items early: Infinity Sword and Giant Slayer.
The mid game lineup is at level 6 and Samira has 2 standard dishes
Towards the end of the game, players can revolve around 3 Empires – 4 Challengers – 2 Idols combined with cores that provide Idol milestones or increase the power of Idols as well as the entire squad. The most beautiful at the end of the game is the core of Enjoy Ke Hao Quang. The best late game lineup is: Swain – Camille – Samira – Quinn – Fiora – Taric – Talon – Seraphine. If there is an Empire crest, remove Talon and replace it with Orianna the Wizard.
Late game lineup in the absence of the Empire seal
Strengths and Weaknesses
Overall, this is a lineup worth testing. With Samira only costing 3 gold, it shouldn’t be too difficult to reach the top level. In addition, this is also a fast-paced squad. If combined with additional damage equipment will be extremely beneficial.
However, the first weakness that can be clearly seen is that this squad does not have a real tanker. If using Sion in combination with Giant, it will take a lot of slots on the chessboard. The next weak point is that it requires too many standard Tech Cores. Therefore, it is recommended that gamers should only use it in the event that a standard Tech Core (core for Idols) is released early, so they should deploy the squad. On the contrary, players will always need to prepare the necessary backup plans.