[Top 3] TFT Best Diana Builds To Use

Best Diana Builds in TFT
Chosen of the moon.

Millions are being spent just to discover what the moon is. And when you think of something beautiful and powerful, you will probably think of the moon.

But what if a human being has the power of the moon and looks like the moon with her moon-shaped blade and silver hair?

This is a comprehensive guide to playing Diana, the scorn of the moon, in TFT and using the moon power to send your enemies back to the lobby.

Follow no false light!

Diana did not belong on Mount Targon. Diana Solari was adopted by a group of Solari hunters and raised as a member of the Tribes of the Last Sun, known as the Rakkor.

Like all members of the Solari faith, she underwent rigorous physical and religious training. But unlike others, Diana was determined to understand why they acted the way they did.

She spent her evenings digging through the libraries, devouring texts with only pale moonlight to sate her inquisitive mind. Likewise, her fellow acolytes distanced themselves from her and her questioning.

There was one shining beacon in these years of confused, frustrated isolation: Leona.

Diana felt certain there was only one place she could go for answers: the top of Mount Targon.

But after climbing it, Diana found herself clad in armor, holding a crescent blade, and hair once dark hair now gleaming silver, she turned to find she was not alone—Leona stood at her side, similarly bedecked in shining, golden battleplate, a sunbreak-bright shield and sword in her hands.

Diana was overjoyed to share in this revelatory moment with her friend, but Leona thought only of returning to the Solari.

Startled, she fled the temple, leaving a trail of death in her wake. Now, driven by half-remembered visions and glimpses of ancient knowledge, Diana clings to the only truths she knows for certain—that the Lunari and the Solari need not be foes, and that there is a greater purpose for her than to be a Solari acolyte of Mount Targon.

And though that destiny remains unclear, Diana will seek it out, whatever the cost.

Best Diana builds in TFT Season 4 - Stage II

Diana’s stats:

  • Cost: 3 Gold
  • Health: 700 / 1260 / 2268
  • Mana: 100
  • Starting Mana: 50
  • Armor: 35
  • MR: 35
  • DPS: 38 / 68 / 122
  • Damage: 50 / 90 / 162
  • Atk Spd: 0.75
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 1

Diana’s traits:


Scalescorns take 20% reduced damage from enemies with more than 1900 Health. They also deal a percent of their damage as additional magic damage.

  • 2 15% magic damage
  • 4 50% magic damage
  • 6 90% magic damage


Innate: Leap to the enemy backline when combat starts.

Assassins' Abilities can critically strike and they gain bonus Critical Strike Chance and bonus Critical Strike Damage.

  • 2 20% Crit Chance & 10% Crit Damage
  • 4 50% Crit Chance & 25% Crit Damage
  • 6 75% Crit Chance & 75% Crit Damage

Diana’s ability

Pale Cascade

Diana shields herself and summons orbs around her. These orbs burst dealing magic damage when they hit an enemy. When the final orb bursts, her shield refreshes.

Shield: 300/350/400

Orbs: 5/6/7

Damage: 80/90/110

Diana’s best items

1-Ionic Spark

Passive: Enemies within 2 hexes have their magic resistance reduced by 50% (does not stack).

Passive 2: When enemies within 2 hexes cast their ability, they are dealt 200% of their maximum mana as magic damage.

2-Sunfire Cape

At start of combat, and every 2 seconds thereafter, applies a 8-second burn to a random enemy within 2 hexes, dealing 2% of target's maximum health true damage each second and applying Grievous Wounds icon.png Grievous Wounds for the duration.

3-Hand of justice

Grant 2 effects:

1-15 Attack Damage and 15 Ability Power.

2-15% Omnivamp.

Each round, randomly increase of these effects by 30%

Best comps for Diana


This comp revolves around stacking so many hit points for your Darkflight, along with dealing tons of damage with 4 assassins on your team. Having Zeke’s on your Darkflights (Aphelios, Rell, and Qiyana) would provide Nilah and Rengar with so much attack speed, allowing them to slice enemies.

Best team for this build:

1-Dragon Tyrant Swain in the frontline can handle a lot of damage while giving the assassins time to kill the entire enemy team.

2-Qiyana counts as an additional assassin while being in the Darkflight circle, giving all Darkflight units the item she holds (Zeke’s Herald).

3-Rell improves the Darkflight trait while tanking with Swain.

4-Aphelios, as a darkflight gaining tons of attack speed, would deal some good damage from the backlines.

5-Rengar being the main carry and gaining a lot of HP and attack speed would make him a beast.

6-Nilah being in a team of 4 assassins and placed beside darkflights would make her deal tons of damage.

7-Diana is the 4th assassin, which would make it a set of 4 assassins.


This comp is a reroll to level 8, trying to get Lillia, Braum, and Yone early to 3 stars while having a good economy to make sure you get the rest of the combo to 3 stars.

This build revolves around having the Scalescorn and Warrior traits activated.

Best team for this build:

1-Olaf is a great source of damage, being a Bruiser, a Scalescorn, and a Warrior.

2-Pantheon would be one of the main sources of damage to the frontlines as a strong Warrior and Whisper member.

3-Sylas is one of the best among the frontlines, being a Bruiser and a Whisper member.

4-As a Scalescorn member, Braum is a formidable frontline.

5-Lillia, as a Mage and Scalescorn member, can deal significant damage.

6-Yasuo is the highest-priced Warrior, which makes him really strong, along with activating the Mirage trait.

7-Diana is the Assassin-Scalescorn member who can deal loads of damage to enemies’ backlines.

8-Yone is a good fit as he shares the Mirage and Warrior traits.


This comp revolves around having Cavaliers as tanks, who can sustain tons of damage, while having the Scalescorn members deal tons of damage, especially when being matched against high-HP champions.

This is a slow reroll to level 8, trying to get all 3-cost champions to 3 stars.

Best team for this build:

1-Olaf is a great source of damage, being a Bruiser, a Scalescorn, and a Warrior.

2-Hecarim is a great Cavalier, which makes his enemies flee in fear.

3-Sylas is one of the best among the frontlines, being Bruiser, Mage, and Whisper.

4-Braum is a really tough frontline as a Scalescorn member.

5-Lillia can deal some good damage as a Mage and Scalescorn member.

6-Sejuani is an extra Cavalier.

7-Diana is the Assassin-Scalescorn member who can deal loads of damage to enemies’ backlines.

8-Zoe is a high-cost mage who can deal massive damage while also shielding her team.

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