Hello, Teamfight Tactics fanatics, are you ready for another article on how-to-do-something in Teamfight Tactics? Well, of course, it is always good to have a source of advice and proven tactics to make each of your matches a success. In this strategy game where every move is important players have to think a lot and rely on different champions and comps to beat the opponent.
As you can see, this is not a game where physical superiority over the opponent is required, psychological advantage and knowledge in planning moves are essential here. In this article, we will talk about abominations and how to build 5 abominations in Teamfight Tactics. So, stay tuned and follow these tips.
What is Abomination in Teamfight Tactics?
Firstly, let’s talk about abominations. What is an abomination and what is it for? According to Riot’s description, abominations summon the Monstrosity after 3 units have died. Let’s clarify this in a little more detail. When two allied champions die, the Monstrosity will rise from their grave and receive bonus attack damage and bonus health based on the allied Abomination unit’s Star Levels. A random copy of an item from each of the three Abomination Champions nearest the grave will also be added to the Monstrosity. This only applies to the three Abomination Champions who were closest to the grave at the time the combat began.
With 3 Abominations goes 900 health and 70 attack damage, with 4 Abominations goes 1500 health and 90 attack damage and with 5 Abominations comes 2000 health and 110 attack damage.
After he hits 2 targets, the Monstrosity stops charging. Also, he removes attack damage and attack speed debuffs when he casts his spell.
Good counters for Abomination are these two items: Sunfire Cape and Morellonomicon.
So, the point is to collect all 5 Abominations to become the lord of summoning undead ones. Let’s get to work.
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Abomination Units in Teamfight Tactics Set 6.5
When Teamfight Tactics Set 6.5 came out, some powerful units belonging to the group named Abomination appeared. These are the four (League of Legends players already known champions) units – Brand, Nunu, Kalista, and Fiddlesticks. Of course, those that cost the most are also the strongest, but the others are not to be missed either. These Abomination units have special aspects, apart from buffs that help a lot in the fight against champions, the versions of the living dead that appear are very powerful weapons that will destroy anyone who gets in their way.
Zion in the living dead version will only appear when 3 of your units are dead. Only when your 3 units die Zion will take the stage. He comes along with your 3 Abomination units and fights with all his might – he is already dead, he really has nothing to lose in this fight.
He is a threat with his two attacks, Enrage and Charge. With his Enrage he becomes unstoppable and heals for damage dealt, and with his Charge, he can do a knock-up. With this, he is practically the star of the whole fight and can easily reverse the course of the match in your favor. Zion’s abilities are from the League of Legends kit, so it should be familiar to you if you are a League of Legends player.
How to Build Abominations in Teamfight Tactics
If you think you have a full build with 5 Abominations, think twice. All Teamfight Tactics final builds contain from seven to nine units, only then can you say you have a full build. So with 5 Abominations, you have to work hard to build extra units, of which the most popular are certainly Nightbringer Abomination and Abomination Revenants.
Here comes the slightly tricky news, all the most important and strongest Abomination units are still high-cost units so you will have to have a lot of gold saved up.
Hidden tip: The Hellion trait goes very well with the Abomination trait because Hellions can attack fast, hard and they can die easily before they are replaced by one of their Dopplehellions. This can make Abomination spawn much sooner.
We will now show Abomination build sets for these champions.
- Nunu – Hextech Gunblade, Sunfire Cape, Dragon’s Claw
- Brand – Hextech Gunblade, Jeweled Gauntlet, Blue Buff
- Kalista – Deathblade, Bloodthirster, Guinsoo’s Rageblade
- Fiddlesticks – Jeweled Gauntlet, Archangel’s Staff, Morellonomicon
Kalista can hurl a spear towards the farthest enemy champion which will deal a percentage of her Attack Damage and also physical damage to the first enemy that will be hit. If this kills the enemy champion, the spear will continue and deal additional damage to the next enemy champion it hits.
Willump is dangerous, he will bite the enemy champion he is targeting which will deal magic damage. If his target has less health than Willump before it was bitten, it will also deal an additional 50% damage and become true damage.
Brand can launch a fireball at the nearest non-seared enemy, which will search him for magic damage over 12 seconds. These seared enemy champions will have reduced their Magic Resist. Enemy champions just can’t win over Brand’s powerful attacks.
Fiddlesticks can teleport which makes him dangerous one. After a channel, he will teleport behind the enemy champion and summon a murder of crows that will appear for a period of 4 seconds and deal magic damage per second to all enemy champions within. Enemy champions who die within the flock will extend its duration for 1 second and heal the Health of Fiddlesticks.
Also, if you are thinking about positioning, the Abominations love “The Corner” positioning, so keep that in mind. If you want to have the 5th Abomination, the Abomination Emblem is crucial for this build. However, the Abomination Emblem is very hard to get so you will have to be lucky. The only two ways you can get the Abomination Emblem are from your armory or win it from the Carousel. As you can see, you can’t make it with a spatula, so focus on these two ways to get it.
If at the end of the day you still can’t get all five Abominations, don’t despair. Even four Abominations can be strong enough for a Nightbringer Abomination build or an Abomination Revenants build. Also, focus on other buffs, such as Renewers, Legionnaires, Brawlers, Mystics, and others. It will also be very useful if you are planning to build around these ones.
However, this information is important for Teamfight Tactics Set 6.5 which has been replaced by the new Teamfight Tactics Set 6, so this information may not be useful in the actual game. We don’t know what Riot Games is cooking in its gaming kitchen and what it will surprise us with soon, but it is desirable to know at least the basics of Abomination units so that the new Set does not find you unprepared.
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We came to the end of this article where we introduced you to the Abomination group of units that welcomed us in Teamfight Tactics Set 6.5 and quite raised this game to a whole new level. Abomination units are already known champions, Nunu, Kalista, Fiddlesticks, and Brand – each with its own buffs that can become real killing machines with the right builds. Basically, when your three champions are dead a zombified Zion appears who is ready to kill all enemies. He will have your 3 Abomination units and will become the greatest danger for enemy champions.
So, the goal is to collect all 5 Abominations, and if you fail to do that you are still in the game to win, even with 4 Abominations you can win, you just have to play the right moves. Remember these tips and wait for the new Set to be ready for new buffs and see what else Abomination units can bring you. Good luck and have fun!