For season 6 of Teamfight Tactics, the core technology is an extremely important factor to guide the development of the squad or simply to help you build team-comp more easily. With up to 150 technology cores of all kinds and each match you can only choose 3 out of 9 upgrades, many gamers often mistakenly think that this factor is completely random. However, the reality is not like that and you can completely control some of the core technology you get.
You can somewhat control the appearance of the technology cores
So what’s the secret here? The answer lies in a hidden mechanism of the Teamfight Tactics season 6 that Riot Games did not tell us. The pros have discovered that the tech cores that appear will be based on your squad in the previous round. Also, the first core of technology is completely random. This will help you reduce the spawn rate of technology cores that provide unwanted races or types, or have a higher chance of getting the Runs and upgrades you need.
Example with the lineup below:
As we have seen, this player has activated 2 clan milestones – the silver tier is 5 Chemical Skills, 4 Gladiators and 2 bronze tiers including 2 Gendarmerie, 2 Lien Archer. Therefore, when it comes to the technology core selection round, the priority rate of the appearance of the Seals will be Chemistry > Gladiators > Guards > Contact Gunners. In addition, the spawn rate of the Quick Potion upgrade for the Chemistry race has also been increased. In the last option, it can be a multi-purpose upgrade such as providing gold, items…
When you know this tip, you can limit the need for unnecessary upgrade cores by not including generals who own related races in the squad. For example, if you are aiming for the Mage squad, you should not put an Ekko unit on the team in rounds 3-2 or 4-5 because there is a chance that you will receive an Assassin’s Seal or Heart in the following technology core selection round. .
You don’t want to activate the Recycler clan with Ekko at all when playing the Mage team
Not stopping there, you can completely change the squad to find a way to achieve the upgrades you want. As shared by Tsmmaa, a lot of Challenger players often push to level 8 and completely change their lineup in round 4-5. The reason for this action is that they will increase their chances of getting the right tech cores in round 4-6 right after and push the power threshold of the squad higher.
Pushing to level 8 and owning Kai’Sa in round 4-5 will give you a great advantage to get the technology cores you want.
The most obvious example is the Kai’Sa – Idol lineup. When you push to level 8 from such an early time, the percentage of owning high-value 5 gold units like Galio – Kai’Sa is very large. If you activate the milestone of 3 Idols in round 4-5, the odds are very high that cores like Duet With Idols, Sharing Aura will appear. Making good use of this, you will not only have a staple named Kai’Sa but also have an extremely powerful Galio.