[Top 3] TFT Best Soraka Builds To Use

Best Soraka builds in TFT.
For peace of mind.

Looking at the stars makes you wonder how powerful they are, and when a piece of one falls to earth as a meteor, we see how strong they are.

Imagine having someone from the celestial realm on your side, using the stars not for destruction but for protecting all those who deserve it from any harm.

This is a full article on how to best place Soraka on your board in TFT to call the stars for protection of your team.

To heal and protect.

An age ago, when time itself was young, the inhabitants of the celestial realm regarded the fledgling races of Runeterra with growing concern.

These creatures deviated wildly, unpredictably, and dangerously from the great designs intended for them by those above.

She watched helplessly as mortals ignorantly broke the threads of destiny they could have woven together. They were simply unable to see the greater patterns, now lost. But as Soraka lived among them, as one of them, trying to repair what little of the damage she could.

Something incredible and wholly unforeseen happened. From the snarls and tangles and knots, the messy breaks in the great patterns, Soraka noticed a new, unintended design emerging—intertwined, and of a staggering complexity.

Unintended and wild, the mortals were forging new and unknown futures for themselves.  The guidance and fates that had been woven into the night sky often went unseen—or worse, were misinterpreted by their simple mortal minds, leading to chaos, uncertainty, and suffering.

No longer able to merely watch, one celestial being chose to descend to the mortal realm, determined to untangle the knots in the tapestry of the world.

Currently, Soraka watches over an isolated tribe of vastaya in the westernmost peaks of Targon. Soraka sought now to inspire and guide rather than shepherd, to see what unblazed trails each mortal would discover for themselves in their brief, radiant moment.

Over the millennia, legends of the Starchild have filtered through all the lands of Runeterra.

Best Soraka builds in TFT Season 4 - Stage II

Soraka’s stats:

  • Cost: 5 Gold
  • Health: 800 / 1440 / 2592
  • Mana: 200
  • Starting Mana: 100
  • Armor: 30
  • MR: 30
  • DPS: 28 / 50 / 91
  • Damage: 40 / 72 / 130
  • Atk Spd: 0.7
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 4

Soraka’s traits:


Summon movable Jade Statues that grow in power. Each combat, allies who start combat adjacent to a statue gain maximum Health healing every 2 seconds and bonus Attack Speed. When a statue is destroyed, it deals 33% of its Health as magic damage to nearby enemies.

  • 3 1 statue, +2% healing, +10% Attack Speed
  • 5 2 statues, +3% healing, +22% Attack Speed
  • 7 3 statues, +5% healing, +55% Attack Speed
  • 9 4 statues, +8% healing, +88% Attack Speed


1 The first Starcaller to cast their Ability during player combat heals you for (2/3/75), depending on their star level. Excess healing disintegrates an enemy champion.

Soraka’s ability


Passive: While any ally is below % Health, Soraka gains 15 mana per attack. Active: Soraka calls down a shower of stars. Allies are healed for each time a star hits them.

Healing: 105/165/1000

Soraka’s best items

1-Chalice of Power

At the start of combat, the wearer and all allies within 1 hex in the same row to the left and right gain Ability power icon.png 30 ability power for the rest of combat.

2-Statikk Shiv

Every third basic attack from the wearer deals 60 magic damage to the target and 3 additional targets, while also reducing their magic resistance by 50% for 5 seconds.

3-Spear of Shojin

Grant 30 bonus Ability Power. Attacks restore 5 additional Mana.

Best comps for Soraka


This comp is a fast reroll to level 8 with a really strong economy, as it has 2 high-cost dragons.

Try to get Gnar and Rakan to 3 stars before hitting level 8 or above.

This comp rotates through tons of healing methods.

Best team for this build:

1-Shyvana would be the main source of damage as the Ragewing dragon, sharing the Shapeshifter trait.

2-Shi Oh Yu is your second main source of damage as the Jade dragon.

3-Rakan can taunt enemies while sharing the Ragewing trait.

4-Gnar is a great fit as he shares the Shapeshifter and Jade traits.

5-Bard increases the likelihood of hitting more dragons in your shop while also stuns enemies.

6-Soraka is a great source of healing while sharing the Jade trait and healing your tactician.


This is a semi-slow reroll to level 8 with a strong economy, trying to get Olaf, Jax, Wukong, and Gnar to 3 stars as early as possible.

Crowd control is a huge advantage for this team, as most of them can stun or knock up enemies.

This comp can sustain tons of damage from having 3 Jade statues summoned.

Best team for this comp:

1-Shi Oh Yu is the Jade Dragon, which would deal most of the damage.

2-Jayce is a really strong Shapeshifter member, which can sustain a lot of damage.

3-Gnar would knock up all enemies he hit, sharing Shapeshifter and Jade traits.

4-Wukong can stun enemies he hits with his ability while sharing Warrior and Jade traits.

5-Jax can be a great fit, sharing Bruiser and Jade traits.

6-Olaf is almost the second main source of damage, as he is a really strong Warrior member.

7-Soraka can add a huge utility advantage to the team, healing the whole team and your tactician.


This comp is a fast reroll to level 8 with a strong economy, making sure to get Nasus and Jax to 3 stars to get the best out of them.

This comp is really tough, as they can sustain loads of damage while being healed and shielded.

Go for this team if you have early jades and guardians in your shop.

Best team for this build:

1-Idas is one of the best Guardian members that can be placed on your board, and she would also grant you an extra item as the Shimmerscale dragon.

2-Shi Oh Yu, as the Jade dragon, is the main source of damage..

3-The Guardian and Shimmerscale traits would be shared by Nasus.

4-Jax would set the Shimmerscale trait to 5, which would grant you another extra item.

5-Bard would make it easier to get more high-cost champions in your shop while stunning enemies.

6-Soraka is the best healer that can be placed to help the whole team while increasing your tactician HP.

You may also be interested:

More on this topic:

Hello, I'm Ahmed Fawzy, and I'm passionate about games and writing articles, so I'm getting the best of both worlds writing about the best and the worst that could be found in games.
Gamer Since: 2010
Favorite Genre: MOBA
Currently Playing: League of Legends
Top 3 Favorite Games:League of Legends, Left 4 Dead 2, Rocket League

More Top Stories