[Top 3] TFT Best Rakan Builds That Are Powerful

Best Rakan Builds in TFT
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Rakan is an infamous Vastayan troublemaker and the greatest battle-dancer in Lhotlan tribal history. To the humans of the Ionian Highlands, his name had long been synonymous with wild festivals, uncontrollable parties, and anarchic music.

But this energetic, travelling showman has left his old life behind to dedicate himself to the cause of his lover, Xayah. But this energetic, travelling showman has left his old life behind, dedicating himself to the cause of his lover, the rebel Xayah.

This article is about how to place Rakan in TFT, making sure he guards your team and taunts the enemies.

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The Lhotlan vastaya once lived on the ancient, mystical borders of Ionia's deep forests, on the eastern island of Qaelin.

Rakan was born into a tribe in decline, yet he never gave up hope. Rakan watched as human settlements continued to expand, damming the flow of Ionia's wild, chaotic magic for their own safety.

For this, he was labelled mu'takl and distrusted as a human sympathizer, and collaborator. until he had a chance encounter with Xayah, a fellow Lhotlan, at the harvest festival in Vlonqo.

Seeing her in the crowd, Rakan sang one of his old songs, entrancing the entire town with his gleaming plumage.

Rakan became fascinated by Xayah's ability to read the emotions of others. The two vastaya pledged themselves to each other in the midst of a raucous tavern brawl.

He called himself the greatest battle-dancer in Lhotlan history, a boast that none could refute.

Best Rakan builds in TFT Set 7.5

Rakan’s stats:

  • Cost: 3 Gold
  • Health: 800 / 1440 / 2592
  • Mana: 75
  • Starting Mana: 15
  • Armor: 50
  • MR: 50
  • DPS: 41 / 74 / 134
  • Damage: 55 / 99 / 178
  • Atk Spd: 0.75
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 2

Rakan’s traits:


Innate: Convert Mana to Rage; attacks generate 15 Rage.

After casting an Ability, enrage for 4 seconds: 25% Attack Speed but can't gain Rage. Gain stats when enraged:

  • 2 50% Attack Speed and 15% Omnivamp
  • 4 100% Attack Speed and 30% Omnivamp
  • 6 150% Attack Speed and 45% Omnivamp
  • 8 325% Attack Speed and 85% Omnivamp


Once per combat at 50% Health, Guardians shield themselves and their closest ally for a percent of their maximum Health. Shields stack!

  • 2 25% of max health shield
  • 4 40% of max health shield
  • 6 80% of max health shield
  • 8 130% of max health shield


Your team gains Magic Resist.

  • 2 40 Magic Resist
  • 3 80 Magic Resist
  • 4 150 Magic Resist
  • 5 300 Magic Resist

Rakan’s ability

 Disarming Diversion

Rakan dashes next to the farthest enemy within his attack range, disarming all units he passes through for 1.5 seconds and taunting his target. Rakan then creates a shield on himself for 4 seconds.

Shield: 230/350/650

Rakan’s best items

1-Warmog’s Armor

 Regenerates 3% of maximum health per second

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-Gargoyle Stoneplate

The holder gains 18 bonus armor and bonus magic resistance for each enemy targeting them.

Best comps for Rakan


In this composition, Seraphine acts as the pivot point, boosting the on-hit damage of Grave and Pantheon to monstrous levels.

If you want to get the most out of this combination, you should slow reroll up to level 8 and grab a Seraphine with 3 stars.

Best team for this build:

1-The team revolves around Seraphine, who boosts their on-hit damage, provides protection, and shares her Mystic, Evoker, and Lagoon qualities.

2-Given that he also has the Whisper attribute, Pantheon would be your primary attacker in the front line.

3-Since he has the Cannoneer talent, Graves may be your secondary damage dealer in the backline.

4-Similar to the Lagoon and the Cannoneer, the Zeri would use lasers to destroy their foes.

5-Zyra is a perfect inclusion since she is recognised as another Whisper and Evoker.

6-As a member of the Mystic class, Rakan's role is to ensure the safety of the squad.

7-Zac, with the Lagoon and Guardian qualities, makes him a formidable frontline tank.

8-By increasing the pool of Graves and Pantheon available for purchase and also sharing the Mystic trait, Bard is a powerful card.


Zeri's primary role is that of a damage carry, in which she earns treasure as a Lagoon and does damage as a Cannoneer.

But it is our beast's duty to keep her safe, Idas. There is no danger she cannot be protected from by Idas and the guardians.

Until level 8, this is a sluggish Zeri reroll. Aim for three stars for her with the two and three cost champions.

The best team for this build:

1-Idas is taking the brunt of the enemy's fire while also protecting her allies and mending them.

2-Zeri receives additional damage on hit, and the squad is healed by Seraphine.

3-There are now Rakan, adding ti the total of Guardians and Mystics.

4-Zac's Lagoon status allows him to shield Zeri from harm while also allowing her to increase her treasure haul.

5-Guardian Braum with a massive shield and a handlebar moustache.

6-Zeri does the most damage and benefits from Lagoon loot multipliers.

7-To do significant damage and trigger the Cannoneer ability, use the Aphelios.


Since most of the team costs 4 or more gold, a rapid reroll to level 8 with a good economy is required for this comp.

The core of this comp is Ragewing, which gives its members huge boosts to their attack speed.

Best team for this build:

1-Xayah does most of your team's damage from beyond the lines, thanks to her Ragewing and Swiftshot abilities that allow her to stab adversaries with her feather.

2-To complement your primary damage provider, Shyvana, the Ragewing dragon, who does massive magical damage and can take a lot of it because of her shapeshifter prowess, knocks down all of your adversaries.

3-Because he possesses both the Guild and Shapeshifter traits, Jayce is an excellent frontline tank.

4-Because of his ability to intimidate his foes, Hecarim was considered a Ragewing.

5-Ragewing and Mystic both increase by a point with a Rakan.

6-In addition to imparting his Mystic quality, Bard raises the possibility that additional expensive champions will be available for purchase.

7-Twitch, along with Xayah, triggers the Swiftshot ability.

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