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Every New Champion Ability in TFT Set 4.5

Festival of Beasts

In a video rundown of everything coming to the PBE, Riot Mort and Chaemirix revealed all of the new champions and what each of them does. Here is a quick list for reference with each new champion and what their abilities are.

*Note: These are subject change as the PBE goes on. The abilities listed are what they are on launch day for the PBE.

[Related: A Look at the Lucky Lantern Items in TFT Set 4.5]


  • Sivir
    • 3 Cost
    • Cultists
    • Sharpshooter
      • Ability: Sivir rallies her allies, granting them (60/75/100%) Attack Speed for 5 seconds. Sivir gains (100/200/400) bonus Attack Damage for the duration.
  • Vladimir2 cost
    • Cultist
    • Syphoner
      • Ability: Vladimir deals (350/500/750) magic damage to his target. All nearby allies are healed for 40% of damage dealt.
  • Samira5 Cost
    • Daredevil
    • Sharpshooter
    • Slayer
      • Ability: Samira dashes towards the largest group of enemies, gaining 100% dodge, becoming unstoppable, and firing out 15/25/50 shots at random nearby enemies over 2 seconds.
  • Nasus1 Cost
    • Divine
    • Syphoner
      • Ability: Nasus wither the enemy with the highest percent heath, dealing (400/600/1000) damage over 5 seconds, and slowing their Attack Speed and Movement Speed by 50% for the duration.
  • Kayle4 Cost
    • Divine
    • Executioner
      • Ability: Kayle Ascends, causing her attacks to launch waves that deal (100/175/600) bonus magic damage.
  • Brand1 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Mage
      • Ability: After a brief delay, Brand erupts the ground under the enemy with the highest Attack Speed in Flames, dealing (175/275/450) magic damage to enemies within. If an enemy is caught in the epicenter, they are stunned for (1.5/2/3) seconds.
  • Tristana
    • 1 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Sharpshooter
      • Ability: Tristana excites her Dragon, increasing her Attack Speed by (80/100/125%) and dealing (20/40/60) bonus magic damage on hit for 3 seconds.
  • Braum2 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Vanguard
      • Ability: Braum puts up his shield for 4 seconds, absorbing and stopping all incoming missiles and reducing his damage taken from that direction by (75/80/90%)
  • Shyvana3 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Brawler
      • Ability: Shyvana dashes away from her current target and transforms into Dragon Form. While in Dragon Form, Shyvana gains 90% bonus health, (60/120/250) Attack Damage, and her basic attacks become ranged attacks that deal (150/300/600) bonus magic damage over 2 seconds on hit.
  • Aurelion Sol4 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Mage
      • Ability: Aurelion Sol breathes lighting in a line towards the farthes enemy, dealing (350/550/1750) magic damage and overcharging all enemies hit for 10 seconds. If an enemy is already overcharged, Aurelion Sol consumes the effect and deals 50% bonus damage.
  • Olaf4 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Slayer
      • Ability: Olaf gains (150/200/450%) Attack Speed, immunity to Crowd Control, and his attacks cleave in a cove in front of him for (40/50/100%) physical damage for the rest of combat.
  • Swain5 Cost
    • Dragonsoul
    • Syphoner
      • Ability: Swain transforms into his dragon form for 6 seconds, gaining (60/75/100%) maximum health and dealing (75/150/1000) magic damage each second to enemies within (2.5/2.5/5) hexes. While in dragon form, every 2 seconds Swain breathes fire in a cone in front of him, dealing (175/350/5000) magic damage, burning enemies for 25% of their maximum health as true damage over 10 seconds, and reducing healing by 50% for the duration.
  • Rakan2 Cost
    • Elderwood
    • Keeper
      • Ability: Rakan dashes to the furthest enemy within range, Disarming all units he passes through for (1.5/2/3) seconds and taunting his target. Rakan then creates a shield with (300/550/950) health on himself for 4 seconds.
  • Xayah4 Cost
    • Elderwood
    • Executioner
    • Keeper
      • Ability: Xayah leaps into the air becoming untargetable, invulnerable, and throwing out a fan of feather daggers dealing (300/325/375%) of her Attack Damage as Physical Damage to enemies within the cone. Xayah then recalls her feathers, striking enemies hit for (100/200/400) magic damage per feather.
  • Ornn5 Cost
    • Elderwood
    • Blacksmith
    • Vanguard
      • Ability: Ornn summons an elemental from behind the furthest enemy to travel towards him, knocking up and stunning enemies hit for 1.5/2/15 seconds, and dealing 100/200/4000 magic damage.If the elemental runs into Ornn, he headbutts it, redirecting it towards another distant enemy.
  • Darius3 Cost
    • Fortune
    • Slayer
      • Ability: Darius dunks an enemy, dealing (500/750/1250) magic damage. While dunking, Darius is unstoppable. If this kills the target, Darius immediately casts again dealing 20% reduced damage.
  • Nautilus2 Cost
    • Fabled
    • Vanguard
      • Ability: Nautilus erupts the ground beneath his target knocking them up, stunning them for (3/4/6) seconds and dealing (300/450/1200) magic damage.
        • Fabled Bonus: Nautilus also grants himself a shield that reduces incoming damage by 75% for 5 seconds.
  • Neeko3 Cost
    • Fabled
    • Mystic
    • Ability: Neeko throws a seed at a random target that exploded for (150/250/500) magic damage three times. Each explosion affects a bigger area than the last.
      • Fabled Bonus: The third explosion is empowered dealing (450/750/1500) magic damage instead.
  • Cho’Gath4 Cost
    • Fabled
    • Brawler
    • Ability: Cho’Gath ruptures a large area, dealing (200/400/1500) magic damage and knocking up all enemies for (2/2.5/8) seconds.
      • Fabled Bonus: Cho’Gath additionally knocks up all enemies on the board.
  • Tryndamere4 Cost
    • Warlord
    • Duelist
    • Slayer
      • Ability: Tryndamere spins towards the most enemies in a line dealing 100% of his Attack Damage to enemies in his path and empowering his next three autos to do (75/100/200%) additional damage.

 

TFT Set 4.5 Festival of Beasts will be released in the coming weeks and should be playable on the PBE here in the next few days. For fans who love to get an early look at the new set they should make sure they download the PBE and then keep looking at The Game Haus for some new comps to tryout with all of the new champions.


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