[Top 3] TFT Best Hecarim Builds To Use

Best Hecarim Builds in TFT
Their souls beg for release.

Horses are one of the strongest creatures on earth that’s why we measure car’s power in terms of horses. While the human brain the most powerful machine on earth that’s how everything created.

Imagine having half horse-half human fighting on your side using the horse’s strength to knock down enemies and the human being brain to put the best strategy to win any battle.

In this article you will be guided on how to play Hecarim in TFT to make sure you run over your opponents.

You won't live to see your world destroyed.

Hecarim was a lieutenant of the Iron Order, a brotherhood sworn to defend their king's lands. Hecarim rode to the capital to take his formal oaths, and met with Kalista, the king's most trusted general. When the queen died, he vowed to avenge her death, while earning yet more dark renown for himself.

But before they could ride out, Kalista returned, saying she had found what she sought upon the distant Blessed Isles.

They landed at the city of Helia with the queen’s body in solemn procession. The Iron Order led the way, only to be met by the city’s masters, who now refused to help. Enraged, The king ordered Kalista to kill them, but she refused. Hecarim smiled as he drove a spear through Kalista's back, and ordered his knights to ransack the city, looting its vaults of arcane treasures.

Amid the chaos, a lowly custodian agreed to grant the king access to the Waters of Life—but not even this could distract Hecarim from the revelry of bloodshed, and so it was that the Ruination of the Blessed Isles would take him almost completely by surprise.

A blastwave of magical force tore across Helia, shattering every last building and leaving the fragments suspended in searing un-light.

Best Hecarim builds in TFT Season 4 - Stage II

Hecarim’s stats:

Cost: 4 Gold
Health: 900 / 1620 / 2916
Mana: 90
Starting Mana: 30
Armor: 60
MR: 60
DPS: 45 / 81 / 146
Damage: 60 / 108 / 194
Atk Spd: 0.75
Crit Rate: 25%
Range: 1

Hecarim’s ability

Onslaught of Shadows

Hecarim summons spectral riders that charge through his target, dealing magic damage and stunning enemies hit.

Damage: 150/250/1200

Stun: 1.5/2.5/8

Hecarim’s best items

1-Gargoyle Stoneplate

The holder gains 18 bonus armor and bonus magic resistance for each enemy targeting them.


Grant 20 bonus Ability Power. Magic or true damage from an ability burns the target, dealing 10% of the target's maximum health as true damage over 10 seconds and reducing healing by 50% for the duration.

3-Zz’Rot Portal

Passive 1: At the start of combat, the wearer Taunt icon.png taunts enemies within 4 hexes.

Passive 2: When the wearer dies, a Voidspawn arises, Taunt icon.png taunting nearby enemies. Summoned units can spawn Voidspawns at 25% effectiveness.

Best comps for Hecarim


This comp rotates around Shapeshifters as they gain tons of extra hit points, they can also deal loads of damage if placed with the right comp.

This is a fast reroll to level 8 but try to get as much Gnar, Nidalee, Sejuani copies from the shop as you can.

Best team for this comp:

1-Shyvana would be the main source of damage in the team if she hits level 2 as she can deal so much magic damage and she can also knock up enemies.

2-Hecarim is a great source for crowd control slowing down enemies as he shares the Cavalier and Ragewing traits.

3-Jayce is one of the strongest frontlines as he is 1 of the shapeshifters and guild units.

4-Gnar transforms knocking up all enemies he hits as he is a shapeshifter.

5-Nidalee sets the Shapeshifter trait to four.

6-Sejuani is a strong Cavalier tank.

7-Bard stuns the enemies and make them vulnerable for more damage.


This comp is a semi-slow reroll to level 8 with strong economy as most of the units are 3-4 cost.

It’s about building so much armor and magic resist as Cavalier trait is activated.

Guilds would be hard to be taken down as well.

Best team for this build:

1-Hecarim is the highest-cost cavalier as he can deal magic damage and make his enemies flee in fear. Moreover, he shares the Ragewing trait.

2-Jayce is a strong Guild member which gains a lot of armor and magic resist.

3-Xayah would be the main source of damage in the team as a Swiftshot.

4-Nunu can swallow enemies as a Cavalier along with being a strong frontline.

5-Rell is a tough frontline that can sustain a lot of damage.

6-Lillia is counted as an additional Cavalier.

7-Sejuani is a low-cost but can sustain loads of damage.

8-Twitch would set the Swiftshot trait to two.


This comp is a really slow reroll to level 8 trying to get everyone on your board to 3 stars, but what’s more important is that you will need 2 Dragonmancer emblems for Nunu and Hecarim.

Having 1 emblem would be fine, placing it on Nunu, but having 8 Dragonmancers would make Nunu a beast.

TIP: In this comp, replace Nunu’s items with Bloodthirster and Hand of Justice to make him sustain more.

Best team for this build:

1-Nunu being your dragonmancer hero would make him a huge monster, consuming every single enemy champion.

2-Hecarim as a dragonmancer, cavalier, and ragewing makes him the best choice.

3-Lee sin, knocking off champions and adding to the Dragonmancer trait.

4-Volibear is a really good tank using his skill. He is also counted as a Dragonmancer.

5-Sett is a Ragewing and Dragonmancer, which is a great fit.

6-Karma counted as an additional Dragonmancer while dealing some pretty good damage from the backlines.

7-Yasuo is a Dragonmancer beast which has both damage and CC mechanics.

8-Kai’sa is an additional Dragonmancer, dealing tons of damage from the backline.

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