The Arena of Truth season 6.5 has officially come to gamers and this is considered an even more attractive season than the previous season 6 with a lot of changes in chess pieces, Technology Cores, clans .. In particular, TFT season 6.5 also has the first appearance of 2 chess pieces that have not “passed” League of Legends but have appeared in this dignity game mode: Silco and Renata Glasc. In particular, Renata is expected to appear in Summoner’s Rift in the near future.
Renata and Silco are 2 champions that appear in TFT without first “passing” in League of Legends
Although it is not clear when Renata will actually debut in League of Legends how “heavy” will be, but at the moment, this champion from Zaun is an extremely popular name. In particular, one of them is the Renata Gladiator lineup – Chemistry, which is being evaluated as extremely strong and easy to make opponents “fall into depression” because they can’t destroy it because they fight forever.
Overview and how it works
Renata is a multi-target damage champion and her damage is DPS. Therefore, if you choose Renata as your main force, you need to have equipment that helps her cast as many moves as possible as well as maximize the amount of damage Renata can deal. In addition, if choosing Renata as the main force, it is also necessary to have a good enough barrier, providing her with a certain resistance to discharge the skill as much as possible. Therefore, the combination with Gladiator – Chemistry will help Renata solve her problem of toughness.
Renata – General of Chemistry – Scholar for 4 gold
At the beginning of the game, because most of the Chemistry champions of season 6 are still retained, and the Gladiator champions are similar, at level 4, players can use 3 Chemistry skills – 1 Gladiator or 2 Gladiators – 2 Chemical Skills. It is not necessary to activate the Chemistry system at this stage because the required Chemistry pieces have not yet appeared in the early stages and this is not the main race of this squad.
Renata Gladiator lineup at the beginning of the game
Entering the mid-game phase, Chemistry champions like Warwick/Twitch/Singed need to be replaced with Zac and if luck is even better, at level 5 or 6 players already have Renata, they need to quickly bring this champion in. chessboard. But the important thing is still Gladiator generals like Sejuani, Rek’Sai and especially Vi as soon as possible. And because most of the champions for this lineup are spread across all price ranges from 1 to 5 gold, players roll at base speed, neither too fast nor should slow roll to avoid losing important pieces. important, especially Renata, who is a very hot champion right now.
At level 5 with 4 Gladiators and keep Warwick for damage
Or hyper roll to get Renata and get into the game early
At the end of the game, the best thing would be if Tahm Kench and Silco could complete the squad at level 8. In addition, the Scholar-type Silco will also help boost Renata’s system at just enough for her to promote. effective. If there is also the Chemistry skill mark, it will be a perfect lineup, including: Vi – Tahm Kench – Illaoi – Rek’Sai – Sejuani – Zac – Renata – Silco.
Complete lineup at level 8
Strengths and Weaknesses
The strength of this squad is in the large multi-target damage source from Renata, Silco’s buff ability and the extremely strong resistance of the Gladiators above. Not to mention, there is also the hard control of Sejuani, Zac and Tahm Kench as well as Vi. In particular, Vi is also a strong source of damage that gamers can take advantage of if they have the necessary equipment and levels.
Vi in season 6.5 is also a reliable source of damage and control if enough gear
However, the weakness of this squad is that Renata at 1-star level is easily shocked to death if he meets opponents who use Assassins or know how to arrange a reasonable squad. In addition, the amount of equipment that needs to be adjusted is also a factor that can make it difficult for players. However, once it works, this can be considered a “fight forever” and Renata’s “huge” damage will “clean up” the entire chessboard in the inhibitions of the opponent.