[Top 3] TFT Best Thresh Builds That Are Powerful Set 11

Best Thresh Builds in TFT
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Thresh is a strong tier 3 frontline in TFT Set 11, having the Fated bonus, which grants him additional armor and magic resistance.

He doesn’t only sustain a lot of damage, but he also shields himself and his allies; he also shreds enemies.

In this guide, explore the winning strategies for the top 3 TFT best Thresh builds that are powerful in Set 11, the highest win rate items, and expert tips.

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Thresh in TFT Set 11 shares 2 great traits. The first is the Fated which gives additional stats and extra health.

The second one is the Behemoth, which grants him additional armor and magic resistance.

Below, we'll explore Thresh’s stats, traits, and recommended items tailored for TFT Set 11, empowering you to maximize his impact within your team composition.


Thresh Powerful Builds for Dominance in TFT Set 11

Thresh’s stats – Set 11:

  • Cost: 3 Gold
  • Health: 850 / 1530 / 2754
  • Mana: 30 / 90
  • Armor: 50
  • MR: 50
  • Ability Power: 100
  • DPS: 38 / 68 / 122
  • Damage: 75 / 135 / 243
  • Atk Spd: 0.5
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 2


Thresh’s Traits – Set 11:

1. Fated

Hover one Fated unit over another to form a pair and unlock a Fated Bonus. Your pair gains 20% Health.

  • 3 – Pairs gets the Fated Bonus.
  • 5 – All Fated champions get 200% of the Fated Bonus.
  • 7 – All Fated champions get 300% of the Fated Bonus.
  • 10 – All Fated champions gain 300% of EVERY Fated Bonus.

2. Behemoth

Behemoths gain increased Armor and Magic Resist. Whenever a Behemoth dies, the nearest Behemoth gains 50% more for 5 seconds.

  • 2 – 25 Armor, 25 Magic Resist
  • 4 – 55 Armor, 55 Magic Resist
  • 6 – 80 Armor, 80 Magic Resist


Thresh’s ability – Set 11

 Guided Passage

Grant Shield to Thresh and the lowest Health ally for 4 seconds and deal magic damage to enemies adjacent to both. Thresh shares % of his Armor and Magic Resist with the shielded ally for 6 seconds.

  • Fated Bonus: Gain 20 Armor and Magic Resist.
  • Mana Cost: 30 / 90
  • AP Shield: 360% / 400% / 450%
  • AP Damage: 100% / 150% / 250%
  • Shared Defenses: 30% / 30% / 35%


Priority Items for the Carousel

To ensure success in your TFT Set 11 matches, prioritize the following components at the start of each carousel round. These items are essential for crafting key items that synergize with various team compositions:


Thresh’s items in Set 11:

1. Bramble Vest

Gain 5% max health.

Take 7% reduced damage from attacks. When struck by any attack, deal 100 magic damage to all adjacent enemies.

Cooldown: 2 seconds

2. Dragon’s Claw

Gain 9% max health.

Every 2 seconds, heal 5% max Health.

3. Warmog’s Armor

Gain 7% max health.


Top 3 TFT Best Thresh Builds That Are Powerful


1. Possessing the Dryad trait, which gives him HP, plus the Warden trait, Gnar is an excellent damage dealer on the front lines.

2. Sett is an absolute necessity as a Tier 5 champion since he possesses three essential features: the Fated, Umbral, and Warden traits.

3. With qualities from both Dryad and Behemoth, Ornn is your primary tank on the front lines.

4. Yone is your primary damage dealer because he possesses the Umbral and Reaper qualities, which enable him to execute and deal critical damage.

5. With the qualities of both Behemoth and Fated, Thresh is an excellent mid-game tank.

6. To activate the Reaper trait, which gives them high critical strike and damage, Kayn is a need.

7. Kindred, the third reaper, is an essential addition to that team because she possesses both the Dryad and Fated qualities.

8. Since Kha'Zix is your Tier 1 Repear, he is essential to finishing the squad.


1. Thresh is a fantastic choice because he is a powerful tank and possesses both the Behamoth and Fated attributes.

2. Due to his membership in Dryad and Warden, Gnar is an excellent tank and damage dealer.

3. Annie is an excellent tank on the front lines, but she also possesses the Invoker trait.

4. Sett is an enormous tank because he possesses both the Warden and the Fated characteristics.

5. Ornn is a tank that fights on the front lines and has the Dryad trait with the others and the Behamoth trait with Thresh.

6. Ahri is a need because she possesses both the Fated and Arcanist qualities.

7. Azir is a fantastic choice because he possesses both the Dryad and Invoker qualities.

8. Syndra, who possesses both Arcanist and Fated qualities, is your primary damage dealer.

9. Sharing the Fated attribute, Kindered is your primary damage dealer in the early game.


1. Having both the Umbral and Bruiser qualities, Sylas is an excellent front-line player that excels at dealing damage and tanking.

2. Being a Behemoth and a Fated trait bearer, Thresh is an enormous tank.

3. Sett is essential since he not only strengthens the allies around him but also because he possesses the Fated and Umbral, which allow him to destroy opponents and obtain bonus stats.

4. As one of the best frontliners, Ornn has an enormous amount of health from sharing the Dryad and is a tank from sharing the Behemoth.

5. Due to her shared Dryad and Fated qualities, Kindred is an excellent damage dealer in the early game.

6. Ahri shares both the Fated and arcanist attributes, dealing a respectable quantity of damage.

7. As a Tier 1 champion in the early rounds, Yasuo activates the fated trait.

8. Syndra has the Fated and Arcanist traits, which give her a ton of extra AP, making her your primary damage dealer in the mid- and late-game.

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