In season 4 of Destiny, the appearance of the generals Elite helps us build strong comps early on without spending too many chess slots. And if used properly, even 1-2 money Star Anh champions can help you build strong late game formations, easily get top 1.
Here are some of the late game comps that stand out in the current meta despite only using cheap Tinh Anh:
Tinh Anh S Soul
Despite not having the beautiful “flashy” skills, U Soul is still one of the strongest lineups in the current meta. If appear the generals Tinh Anh like Vayne or Thresh from early on, you can play around these two champions immediately.
For Vayne, this is not a strong carry, so you should not pack in, but should use a cheap general like Nidalee to install waiting gear. Jhin.
If you have Elite Thresh, it will be much easier to play because this card is extremely powerful. The gameplay around Thresh will be 2 Vanguards, 2 Mysteries plus 1 Fire Cloak as main damage.
Mid to late game will gradually move to the strongest team with 6 Souls
This is a pretty perfect roster in the current meta as it is all about both manual and defensive. In which defense will be 2 Vanguards, 2 Mysteries, 3 Spears (Galio), revived from Zilean and powerful shield buffs from Thresh 6 Souls. In terms of attack, activating 2 Thien Xuyen will help Jhin deal a lot of enemies with 4th bullets about 1500 damage.
If you own 1 of 3 cards Janna, Nami or Fiora Tinh Anh (Enlightenment) early, you can build straight 6 Enlightenment squad.
At the beginning, you can play Enlightenment with Duel Duel or Vanguard and take advantage of a Duel champion like Yasuo or Jax as the main source of damage, you can install items that Talon will use to get the winning streak early. .
Formation late game with 6 Enlightenment, 2 Great Masters, 2 Assassins, 2 Enchanted, 2 Gods, 2 Mysteries and 1 Ninja
At a later stage, as we move into the 6 Enlightenment lineup, it’s very important to choose alternate cards. If Nami or Fiora is a normal champion that can be exchanged for Pyke (Assassin activation and wide-area stun), if Janna is a normal champion you can exchange for Zilean – keeping Mystery but with extra revival.
The recommended equipment for Talon is Infinity Sword and Blood Sword, while Morgana will be the Demon Book of Morello and the Spear of Shojin.
Because Shadow only has one inexpensive champion at the beginning of the game, Zed, the gameplay is quite simple around Ghosts and Souls.
A late game lineup with 4 Ghosts, 4 Souls, 1 Variant, 2 Mysteries, and 1 Ninja
In the first phase above, the front fender will probably be a “temporary” general holding things for Kayn. As for the generals behind, Zed will be the mainstay along with Evelynn. In late game, replacing Kayn on you will complete the 4-Shadow formation.
Recommended equipment for Zed is the Blood Swordsman, Cannon Barrage and Narrative Cloak; And Evelynn should have the Hextech Gun Sword.
The late game lineup includes 8 Gladiators, 1 Ca Ca, 2 Hunters and 3 Forest Gods
Since it’s the maximum active gladiator lineup of Gladiators as the main strength, the gameplay is pretty simple … get all the Gladiators in the shop. In this lineup, the original carry will be either Aphelios Nguyet Troc (if there is an attack item) or a normal Gladiator (if there is defensive equipment). Even with the Warwick and Ashe cards, you can instantly change.
Similar to the 8 Gladiator formation, the 9 Cuồng Spear formation also requires maximum activation of the Tribe, so it is quite simple to play, buy out of Congregation. The Stars 1-2 money of this lineup will be 1 of 3 names Elise, Twisted Fate or Pyke.
In this roster, the main carry will be Kalista, Aatrox and Jhin. Primary defense will be based on Galio, Aatrox, Elise and the resurrection buff from Zilean. In the backline, the main source of damage will be Kalista and Jhin.