[Top 3] TFT Best Ashe Builds That Are Powerful

Best Ashe Builds in TFT Set 8
Do not confuse mercy for weakness.

Ashe, the ice-born warmother of the Avarosan tribe, leads the largest army in the north. She is strong, smart, and idealistic, but she doesn't like being the leader.

She uses the magic of her ancestors to use a bow of true ice. Ashe's people think she is the mythical hero Avarosa come back to life. She wants to bring the Freljord back together by taking back their old tribal lands.

In this article, we will show you the best builds and combos in TFT to make sure you shoot your enemies with the freezing bow.

Move quickly, position well, and the battle is won before blood is drawn.

Ashe is from the northern Freljord, where deadly tribal attacks and inter-clan conflict are as common as the howling storms and freezing tundra.

Ashe, the sole child of Grena, the matriarchal ruler of the tiny Avarosan tribe, was Iceborn, a warrior caste member with a hereditary link to the magic of her homeland and the uncommon ability to wield True Ice. Ashe was expected to succeed her mother as tribe leader. Ashe never wanted this glory. Ashe felt burdened by her warlike lineage and amazing gifts.

Her only break was when Sejuani, an Iceborn girl from a sister tribe, joined them for summer hunts around the Ornnkaal Rocks. As teens, the girls' friendship ended. Grena insulted Sejuani's grandmother, and their tribes' friendship ended abruptly.

With her youth dwindling, Ashe's mother began her lifetime search for the "Throne of Avarosa," a mythical wealth of jewels and mystical things that would restore her people to grandeur.

Grena took risks because she believed in predictions and traditions, which often weakened her tribe. Grena died in a reckless raid on another tribe's land. Ashe fled her tribe after her death.

Ashe followed her mother's last map to a glacier where she found Avarosa's tomb and her True Ice bow. Ashe turned west after avenging her mother with the blade.

Ashe became known for supporting numerous scattered hearthbound tribes, whether out of obligation or loneliness. She adopted destitute people as full members of her new tribe instead of accepting thralls, and her popularity rose swiftly. Many believed she was Avarosa, reincarnated and destined to reconnect the Freljord, not merely her weapon.

However, fantastic tales did not nourish her troops, and their long march south left the band starving. Ashe used her tales to make alliances with powerful, land-rich southern tribes, promising to unify them into a nation that could challenge neighbouring kingdoms.

Ashe swiftly became embroiled in a political conflict due to her new alliances. Freljordian Warmothers were expected to marry, and taking a husband from one of the major tribes would irritate the others. Ashe may marry numerous husbands, but the resulting carnage would destroy her alliances.

Her answer was the destitute mountain clan warrior Tryndamere. Tryndamere entered every fighting ring in Ashe's new capital, despite not being a spirit-walker or elemental. He struggled fiercely to prove his clan's penniless survivors were worthy of adoption by a greater tribe. Even the Freljord found his harsh combat style and remarkable vitality disconcerting, and many suspected black magic. Ashe ignored this and offered to adopt his people if he became her only bloodsworn.

Tryndamere consented. Though a political marriage, their passion was evident, and a deep love developed.

Ashe leads the largest Freljordian tribe coalition in generations. Even still, the unity she would bring rests on an uneasy peace endangered by internal intrigues, outside forces, the Winter's Claw's rising violent horde, and a claimed destiny that Ashe must at least seem to believe.

Best Ashe builds in TFT Set 8

Ashe’s stats:

  • Cost: 1 Gold
  • Health: 500 / 900 / 1620
  • Mana: 80
  • Armor: 15
  • MR: 15
  • DPS: 39 / 69 / 125
  • Damage: 55 / 99 / 178
  • Atk Spd: 0.7
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 4

Ashe’s traits:


When a LaserCorp agent attacks or is hit by an attack, their combat drone has a 50% chance to deal magic damage to the agent's target (0.5 second cooldown).

When a LaserCorps agent dies, their drone is reassigned to the nearest living agent. Drones lasers deal:

  • 3 60 magic damage.
  • 6 150 magic damage.
  • 9 150 magic damage, and each agent gets a 2nd drone.


Innate: Gain 2 hex Attack Range. If there is an enemy nearby, Recon units will dash to safety before casting their Ability.

  • 2 +20% Crit Chance
  • 3 +75% Crit Chance
  • 4 +100% Crit Chance and Recon Abilities can critically strike

Ashe’s ability

 Ranger's Focus

Ashe gains Attack Damage for the next 4 seconds.

Percent of Attack Damage: 40% / 40% / 40%

Damage: 12 / 18 / 25

Ashe’s best items

1-Guinsoo’s Rageblade

Basic Attacks grant 5% bonus attack speed for the rest of the combat. Stacks with no upper limit.


Grant 40% bonus attack damage.

3-Runaan’s Hurricane

Grants 20% bonus Attack Damage. Attacks fire a bolt at a nearby enemy, dealing 50% Attack Damage as physical damage.

Best comps for Ashe


This comp is one of the slowest rerolls you will need to make since it only costs 1 or 2 gold, and this is because supers require more 3 star champions to become powerful, so you will need to try as much as you can to get all your champions to 3 stars since they are all low cost.

Best team for this build:

1-Ashe can deal significant damage in the early going as a LaserCorp and as a recon, as she would gain additional range and damage.

2-Ezreal is pretty strong in this season as he uses 2 of his skills, and as a recon, he can dash, which makes him use 3 skills.

3-Gangplank Once you get multiple champions to 3 stars, he will be powerful as he shares the Supers trait and the Duelist trait.

4-Yasuo is a great CC and damage dealer on the front lines as he knocks up enemies while sharing the LaserCorps and duelist traits.

5-Lee Sin is counted as an additional Brawler and Supers.

6-Renekton is a pretty strong front line, as he shares both the LaserCorps and Brawler traits.

7-Malphite is the 3rd member of the Supers and a good tank.


To gain an advantage over your opponents, you must have a strong economy at level 8 while attempting to hit three stars on Ashe and Ezreal while levelling up.

This team is pretty strong, as he has tons of damage in terms of LaserCorps also has four recons who can escape any near enemy.

Best team for this build:

1-Ashe is a strong LaserCorps and Recon member, dealing damage from the backlines.

2-Mordekaiser is one of the most powerful champions this season, as he shares the LaserCorps trait and activates the Ace trait, which makes him really strong.

3-Sejuani is one of the best frontlines because she can take a lot of damage and stun a large area, making her a CC-queen who also has the Brawler and LaserCorps traits.

4-Kai’sa deals tons of damage once she breaks her passive and adds to the Recon trait.

5-Vayne can deal some really good damage to tanks and dodge enemies as a Recon member.

6-Renekton possesses the LaserCorps and Brawler characteristics.

7-Yasuo using the LaserCorps trait to knock out all enemies in a line.

8-As a recon, Ezreal can deal significant damage from the backline.


Threats are in the game with their magical skills, so placing the tanky threats along with the Recons would be a pretty strong team.

This is a mid-slow reroll to level 8 with a strong economy trying to get the Recons to 3 stars.

Best team for this build:

1-Ashe is a strong LaserCorps and Recon member, dealing damage from the backlines.

2-Kai’sa deals tons of damage once she breaks her passive and adds to the Recon trait.

3-Vayne can deal some really good damage to tanks and dodge enemies as a Recon member.

4-As a recon, Ezreal can deal a lot of damage from the backline.

5-Rammus is a really strong member of the Threat trait, as he is a tank using his passive and also knocks up a huge circle of enemies and reduces their Attack Damage.

6-Zac distracts enemies as he splits into smaller versions of himself and can also sustain a lot of damage as he heals himself a lot.

7-Cho’Gath can be a magic resist beast as he scales it, and he also increases the enemy's maximum mana.

8-Urgot is the most powerful threat member when it comes to balancing both damage and CC, as he knocks up and stuns enemies while dealing a huge portion of damage.

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