Teamfight Tactics Guide: Little Legends, Variants, Series Rare Eggs, and Star-Ups
Besides champions, Teamfight Tactics LOL game also features a wide range of Little Legends with plenty of abilities, personalities, unique taunts, dances, and more. All players are highly recommended to find out more about these Teamfight Tactics Little Legends Stars and make use of them during the course of the matches to defeat the opponents. With this basic guide below, you will know how to use League of Legends Little Legends in Teamfight Tactics game mode, and also, you will be walked through the level process for Teamfight Tactics Legends Skins. Check it out!
What are these Little Legends in Teamfight Tactics game mode?
Teamfight Tactics Little Legends Stars are adorable creatures in all of League. They are extremely diverse and they work as an avatar in Teamfight Tactics as well as always support you in ARAMs. Since Teamfight Tactics League of Legends is a social multiplayer game, Little Legends are regarded as the center of all interactions you make with other friends in the matches. The Little Legend that you have will compete against other rivals to achieve Yasuo in the shared draft, splash on rivals after a close triumph, as well as flash your Yikes emote after being conquered by a certain player that is surely high-rolling
There are up to 6 Little Legends released in Teamfight Tactics game mode, including Silverwing, Furyhorn, Runespirit, Hauntling, Molediver, and Featherknight.
Any of these Legends can be totally unlocked with just 750 RP. In addition to this, a Little Legend Egg will be included as a nice reward in the free Teamfight Tactics Beta Pass. After enjoying some games, you can pick from the Silverwing, Runespirit, or Molediver, and one of them will become your starter Little Legend.
Teamfight Tactics Buddy System
The Teamfight Tactics development team wanted the Little Legends system to have the same feelings as when they enjoyed TFT. For the beginners, the development team actually enjoyed the moment when you were eventually able to improve the one-star Tristina you began with to a 3-star powerhouse. For this reason, the developers have always wanted you to be capable of upgrading your Little Legends.
In addition, the developers wanted to imitate the feeling of witnessing the clutch tier-5 unit you have to win in the shop, and they do hope that you will feel the same when receiving a surprising rare drop for a Little Legends egg. The developers also hope that the Little Legends collection that you have will be so exclusive and special to you, just like you can build a unique team comp in TFT.
There are three aspects of Little Legends in Teamfight Tactics game mode, including variants, Series Rare Eggs, and star-ups. Let’s take a deep look at them right now!
Little Legends Variants
There are six variants of Little Legends released in TFT game mode. Some of them are kind of rarer than others. You don’t need to get the basic variant of a species to obtain its rarer variants.
Every single of these variants possesses its own exclusive flair and identity. For instance, the Ravenlord Featherknight is thirstily scheming world domination:
But, when this Little Legend is changed a bit in terms of appearance and becomes the Extra Spicy Featherknight, he definitely looks like a delicious dinner:
Many Rare Eggs will be dropped out by these variants and many others. You can use 490 RP to purchase them.
Little Legends Series Rare Eggs
Players are able to purchase two varieties of Rare Eggs at launch, including the Series One Egg that is able to hatch Silverwings, Furyhorns, or Hauntlings, and the Series Two Egg that is able to hatch Runespirits, Featherknights, or Moledivers. Every single egg has 6 variants of every species within it, even the base variant of the species too. Therefore, you can get up to 18 variants that are hatched out of every egg type.
With each egg you unlock, the developers hope that you will get a new Little Legend that you can bring into TFT game instantly. Every time an egg is opened, an unowned Little Legends variant or a star-up for a variant you already own will be given to you. As soon as a variant gets to three stars, it will not hatch from any next eggs you will open. Therefore, you will be more able to receive the remaining variants when more eggs from that series are opened.
Little Legends Star-Ups
If you accumulate multiples of the same Little Legend variant, your Little Legend will increase its star and get evolved, just like gathering multiples of a champion in Teamfight Tactics game will grow their star level. It is much better when you get something from every egg that is able to use immediately, which is the reason why every duplicate of a Little Legends variant you obtain will grow its star level by one.
Each Little Legend Teamfight Tactics will begin as a one-star.
After you gather two of them, the Little Legend you own will develop into a two-star – a more mature edition of your Little Legend with an advanced model:
After gathering the same variant at the third time, once again they will develop into a three-star
And once you collect the same variant a third time, they’ll evolve once again into a three-star
Every Teamfight Tactic Little Legend variant grows its stars in a unique way, which means you can own a one-star Ravenlord Featherknight and a three-star Extra Spicy Featherknight. You will still gain access to the earlier forms of a Little Legend if you grow it up to a higher star level.
Besides releasing the new Little Legends in Teamfight Tactics mode, the development team is also researching methods for the players to personalize their Arena to turn that space into their home. At the moment, players can check out a few Teamfight Tactics Arena skins that are approachable to obtain in the free Beta Pass, however, the developers hope to bring more complicated and diverse Arenas in the forthcoming time. These Arena Skins will be inspired by the League multiverse, ranging from Shurima to Star Guardian. If you want to customize more things in Teamfight Tactics game, and want to send your feedback to the development team on these Little Legends, feel free to do it and let the developers know your thoughts!
You can take a look at the spread of all Teamfight Tactics Little Legends, variants, as well as star development that will be assessable at launch.
Teamfight Tactics Featherknight
Pengu is an avian species. They are known as aquatic flightless birds living around the tundra zone. They can swim well. They have a dark and white plumage. Their wings look like paddles. Their image can be found while holding primitive tools.
Teamfight Tactics Furyhorn
They are quadrupedal mammalian animals. They are given a thick fur and two large back slopped horns.
Teamfight Tactics Hauntling
They are identical to the undead. They are spawned between life and death. Their whereabouts is placed in the Shadow Isles. Nevertheless, they have caused lots of changes to Valoran's shores over the past decades.
Teamfight Tactics Hushtail
The Moontipped Hushtail is regarded as fox-shaped monsters of Runeterra. They can switch into dissimilar forms. It is not simple to spot them! But, it is not easy for them to hide their three big bushy tails! The Vastaya or Ahri is designed with the same physical characteristics.
Teamfight Tactics Molediver
They are small mammals inhabiting underground. They have the cylindrical body, silky fur, tiny ears with eyes. They can overcome obstacles easily. They are excellent diggers, using tools.
Teamfight Tactics Paddlemar
The Jade Paddlemar will be lovely herbivores. They can dwell swim and fly when they are grown up.
Teamfight Tactics Protector
The Jeweled Protectors in Teamfight Tactics the game are winged carnivores of Runeterra. They have no mane and wings when they are born. However, these will be visible when they grow. They are equipped with 2 tails and gems along the spine and forehead.
Teamfight Tactics Silverwing
They are mythical beasts. Their home is situated in the high crags of northern Demacia. Demacian Silverwing Raptors are actually voracious predators. You can befriend, train, and ride them. They are a piece of the local military. They are good at scouting and knocking about the foes' lines.
Teamfight Tactics Runespirit
Sentinels or Stone-golems will be the combination of flora, fauna, and rock native to Valoran. They can be seen in Ionia and on the Shuriman Continent. It is controlled by nature magic.
Sentries are their smaller versions.
Ivern made friends with an injured stone-golem. He created a heart from a river pebble. The new companion is named Daisy. She is ready to defend him.