[Top 3] TFT Best Ashe Builds That Are Powerful

Best Ashe Builds in TFT
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The freljord queen is in TFT with her freezing arrows as a Tier 2 character, knowing how to freeze her enemies and take them down.

Ashe chills enemies, reducing their attack speed while helping the team with some good damage.

In this article, we will mention the combos to place Ashe in, her best items, and how to make sure you freeze your enemies to death.

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Ashe is a great pick as she shares two critical traits: the deadeye, which allows her and other deadeye members to target high-health champions and deal extra damage.

She also shares the Freljord trait, which freezes enemies and makes them vulnerable.

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


Best Ashe builds in TFT Set 9

Ashe’s stats:

  • Cost: 2 Gold
  • Health: 600 / 1080 / 1944
  • Mana: 20 / 70
  • Armor: 20
  • MR: 20
  • Ability Power: 100
  • DPS: 38 / 68 / 122
  • Damage: 50 / 90 / 162
  • Atk Spd: 0.75
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 5


Ashe’s traits:

1. Freljord

After 8 seconds, an ice storm strikes the battlefield. Enemies take a percentage of their maximum Health as true damage and gain debuffs.

Sunder: Reduce Armor

Shred: Reduce Magic Resist

Mana Reave: Increase max Mana until the next cast

  • 2 5% Health, enemies are 40% Sundered and Shredded for 10 seconds
  • 3 12% Health, enemies are also 50% Mana Reaved
  • 4 20% Health, enemies are also stunned for 1.5 seconds

2. Deadeye

Innate: +1 Range

Every 3 seconds, Deadeyes attack the enemy with the highest percent Health and deal bonus damage.

  • 2 20% Damage
  • 4 65% Damage
  • 6 150% Damage


Ashe’s ability


Ashe fires 8 arrows in a cone, each dealing physical damage to the first enemy hit and Chilling them for a few seconds.

Chill: Reduced Attack Speed by 30%

  • Damage: 160/160/170%


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:


Ashe’s best items

1. Giant Slayer

Grant 15% bonus Attack Damage and 15 bonus Ability Power. Abilities and attacks deal 30% more damage to enemies with more than 1600 maximum Health.

2. Infinity Edge

Grant 35% bonus Attack Damage and 15% bonus Critical Strike Chance.

Damage from an Ability can critically strike.

3. Last Whisper

Grant 10% bonus Attack Damage. Any physical damage dealt 50% Sunders the target for 5 seconds.

This effect does not stack.


Best comps for Ashe



  • 4 Rogue
  • 3 Freljord
  • 2 Zaun
  • 2 Deadeye

With a solid economy and a quick level 8 reroll, all 2-3 cost champions can reach level 3 while Katarina is the main emphasis.

This comp focuses on using assassins with the rogue trait or more to eliminate the adversaries' backlines.

For this comp, the best build is:

1. Katarina is the primary damage dealer in this composition. She has the Rogue trait, which transforms her into an assassin if her health drops below 50%.

2. Lissandra is a great choice because she would stun foes, giving the rogue team members the necessary time to deliver damage.

3. Sejuani is one of the greatest tanks in TFT right now because she can take a ton of damage while stunning a sizable crowd.

4. Because Urgot possesses both the zaun and deadeye qualities, he has a huge damage output and a high damage tolerance.

5. As a rogue member, Zed can inflict some decent damage.

6. Your third rogue member is Viego.

7. Ekko is a great choice because he possesses both rogue and zaun qualities, and he can both heal and do a lot of damage.

8. Ashe is a crucial choice because she shares the freljord with Lissandra and Sejuani and the deadeye with Urgot.



  • 7 Shurima
  • 2 Bruiser
  • 2 Deadeye
  • 2 Freljord

This comp is built on the shurima and freljord qualities and is a quick level 8 reroll with a strong economy to ensure you place first.

Additionally, you'll need to find a Shurima emblem for Sejuani.

Best group in this comp:

1. Nasus shares the shurima characteristic and is a great frontline.

2. Cassiopia is a wonderful choice for the backlines because she can deliver a tonne of damage from there, especially in the early going.

3. Renekton would possess the shurima attribute and be subject to heavy injury on the front lines.

4. As the fifth member of Shurima, K'Sante is a wonderful choice for this competition.

5. Sejauni is a fantastic choice for this squad because she possesses both the bruiser and freljord qualities.

6. As a Shurima with increased attack speed and healing, Azir is one of the key damage producers in the game.

7. As a member of both the deadeye and shurima, Akshan is one of the main providers of damage.

8. Ashe is the second Deadeye player to deliver significant damage and the second Freljord to unleash an ice storm on the arena.



  • 3 Targon
  • 3 Freljord
  • 3 Invoker
  • 2 Bastion
  • 2 Bruiser
  • 2 Deadeye

In order to quickly reroll to level 8, you must have a strong economy and level up the four-cost champions to at least level 2.

Any augment that would boost your healing should be chosen because this competition is centered around healing and choosing the backlines.

Best build for this comp:

1. Aphelios is the major damage producer in this composition because he possesses both the deadeye and targon traits, which allow him to pick off enemies in the backlines while also increasing attack speed to absurd heights.

2. Sejuani is one of the game's most powerful tanks because she possesses both the Freljord trait, which freezes foes and boosts tankiness, and the Bruiser trait, which raises maximum health.

3. Shen is a fantastic choice because he shares features with Taric that make him a superb tank and Invoker and Bastion traits that boost the team's mana speed.

4. Since Sion and Sejuani will also possess the Bruiser trait, making them impregnable, Sion will act more like a wall.

5. Taric is necessary since he possesses both the targon trait, which will significantly improve the healing of the squad, and the bastion trait, which raises his defensive numbers.

6. Soraka would be the second invoker who would increase the team's incoming mana and the third targon who would heal them.

7. While energizing the Freljord trait and freezing foes on the battlefield, Lissandra would deliver significant damage.

8. Ashe will be the second deadeye and third Freljord on your squad, therefore she is essential.

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