[Top 3] TFT Best Kled Builds That Are Powerful

Best Kled Builds in TFT
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Kled is back in TFT with his friend Skaaaarl to dominate the game as a great tank on the frontlines.

In this article, we will talk about the combos to place Sion within them, his best items, and how to make sure you get to the first place using the tank and his ride, SKAAARL.

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Kled is a great choice on the frontlines as he doesn’t only share his own health but Skarls, and whenever he falls, he can recall Skarl for another round.

Kled shares three critical traits, which are slayer, noxus, and yordles, so you can fit him in many combos and he will do just fine.

Kled’s stats, traits, and items are all to be discussed down below to make sure you get the best outcome from placing him on your team.


Best Kled builds in TFT Set 9

Kled’s stats:

  • Cost: 2 Gold
  • Health: 550 / 990 / 1782
  • Mana: 175
  • Armor: 40
  • MR: 40
  • Ability Power: 100
  • DPS: 44 / 78 / 141
  • Damage: 58 / 104 / 188
  • Atk Spd: 0.75
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 1


Kled’s traits:

1. Noxus

Noxus champions gain Health, Ability Power and Attack Damage. This is increased by 10% for each different opponent that either you have conquered in combat or is dead.

  • 3 160 Health, 16 Ability Power, 16% Attack Damage
  • 6 300 Health, 28 Ability Power, 28% Attack Damage
  • 9 500 Health, 45 Ability Power, 45% Attack Damage

2. Yordle

Your units gain 10% Attack Speed per star level. If you have 3-star champions, your Yordles can become 4-star, which gives their Ability a wacky upgrade!

  • 3 Your strongest 3-star Yordle
  • 5 Two 3-star Yordles

3. Slayer

Slayers gain 15% Omnivamp. Slayers deal bonus damage, doubled against units below 75% Health.

  • 2 5% bonus damage
  • 3 10% bonus damage
  • 4 20% bonus damage
  • 5 30% bonus damage
  • 6 40% bonus damage


Kled’s ability


Passive: Start combat with 30%HealthShield. When it breaks, dismount and gain % Ability Power stacking Attack Speed for the rest of combat.

Active: Remount and gain 30% of HP Shield.

4 Star Upgrade: Execute enemies under 25% Health.

  • Attack Speed Bonus: 60% / 65% / 70% / 75%


Carousel priority:

These are the components you would need to focus on since the very first circle in order as you will need them to build up the required items for the team in most of the comps you will find bellow:


Kled’s best items

1. Bloodthirster

Grant 20% Omnivamp.

Once per combat at 40% Health, gain a 25% maximum Health shield that lasts up to 5 seconds.

2. Infinity Edge

Grant 20% bonus Attack Damage and 15% bonus Critical Strike Chance.

Damage from an Ability can critically strike.

3. Titan’s Resolve

Grant 2% Attack Damage and 2 Ability Power when attacking or taking damage, stacking up to 25 times.

At full stacks, grant 25 Armor and Magic Resist.


Best comps for Kled



  • 4 Slayer
  • 4 Shadow isles
  • 1 Redeemer
  • 3 Yordle
  • 2 Bastion
  • 2 Rogue

This is a slow reroll to level 8 with a great economy, rerolling after you hit 50 gold to get most of the champions to 3 stars.

The comp is full of 1-2 cost champions and yordles, which require higher levels of champions, and it rotates around the level 4 yordle and Gwen as the main damage dealer.

Best build for this comp:

1. Gwen is the main damage dealer in this comp, as she shares both the slayer trait, which gives her extra damage, and the Shadow Isles trait, which gives her more tankiness.

2. Zed is a great damage dealer and an assassin, as he shares both the slayer and rogue traits.

3. Kled is a good tank in the frontlines as he gets two lives, one for him and one for Skarl; he also shares the slayer trait and the yrodle trait.

4. Senna will be shielding units and dealing tons of damage from the backlines while sharing the Shadow Isles trait.

5. Maokai shares the Shadow Isles trait and sustains a lot of damage as he heals himself.

6. Viego is a must, as he shares both the shadow islands and rogue traits.

7. Poppy is a great tank on the frontlines, as she shares both the Bastion and Yrodle traits.

8. Teemo will be dealing tons of damage from the backlines throwing his mushrooms as a yrodle.



  • 6 Slayer
  • 1 Darkin
  • 3 Noxus
  • 2 Rogue
  • 2 Jaggernaut

This is a slow reroll to level 8, trying to get all 2-3-cost champions to level 3, especially Katarina, as she will be the main source of damage.

A slayer emblem in this comp is a must, as the comp revolves around Katarina being a slayer.

Best build for this comp:

1. Katarina is the main source of damage as she shares the noxus and rogue traits, but it’s a must to get a slayer emblem for her to get the best out of her.

2. Gwen is a great source of damage and tankiness on the frontlines, as she shares the slayer trait.

3. Kled is a must, as he shares both the noxus and slayer traits.

4. Darius is a great tank and damage dealer on the frontlines, as he shares both the jaggernaut, which provides him with more tankiness, and the noxus, which increases his overall stats.

5. Kayle will be adding to the slayer trait.

6. Attrox is your 5th slayer, jaggernaut, and darkin member, and he will be dealing tons of damage on the frontlines while healing himself and doing some CC.

7. Zed is your 6th slayer and 2nd rogue, which is a great pick for this comp.



  • 6 Noxus
  • 3 Shurima
  • 2 Jaggernaut
  • 2 Strategist

This is a normal reroll to level 8 with a good economy to make sure you level up your mains so you can win.

This comp revolves around Katarina and Azir as the main damage providers, while having the noxus members in the frontline to sustain enough damage.

Best build for this comp:

1. Azir is one of the main damage dealers as a Shurima who gets additional attack speed and healing while sharing the strategist trait, which provides the frontline with more tankiness and the backline with more damage.

2. Katarina is your second main damage dealer, as she shares the noxus trait, which provides her with additional stats, making her able to sustain more damage and turning her blades into a lethal weapon.

3. Sion is a great tank on the frontlines as he can sustain tons of damage, and if he dies, he won’t; he will just return to deal more damage.

4. Darius is one of the greatest frontlines in TFT, as he can sustain tonnes of damage while dealing more damage.

5. Nasus is a great frontliner, sharing the Jaggernaut trait, which makes him and Darius stronger tanks.

6. Kled will be adding to the noxus trait and sustaining a lot of damage to buy time for the backlines to deal the damage needed.

7. Swain is a critical pick as he can add to both the Strategist and noxus traits.

8. Cassiopia is a great pick in the backlines, especially in the early game, as she can deal tons of damage from the backlines.

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