Since the release of TFT in 2019, one of the main components of the said game were the Little Legends. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with different personalities so you can choose your favorite. Riot has released many Little Legends since the betta TFT, and I was given a very difficult task of ranking my Top 10, since they are all cute and adorable it is almost impossible to choose.
What Are Little Legends?
Little Legends are tiny creatures that you use to identify yourself and other players on the board. They come in many shapes and sizes, and they are your in-game avatar, your alter ego. They can jump, dance, sing, cry, and even mock their defeated enemies.
Little Legends have become a signature sign of TFT, so I wanted to give them the attention they deserve.
Little Legends are one of the types of avatars for the player in the Teamfight Tactics game mode. Additionally, a player’s Little Legend will follow their champion on the Howling Abyss. All players have the River Sprite as their default Little Legend.
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How Can I Obtain Little Legends?
There are a couple of ways to expand your Little Legend army:
- When you start your first game of TFT, you get a Little blue ghost, which is a Riots gift for every player. He is everyone’s starting Little Legend.
- Obtain Little Legends Eggs by completing event missions and upgrading your TFT ”Battle Pass.”
- Purchase them with tokens you receive by completing event missions.
- Buy them with RP
- Finish Ranked season of TFT in Gold or higher and earn unique Little Legends reserved only for best of the best.
Little Legend Eggs is a section in the Hextech Crafting item, and are available to get through Missions or the Riot Store.
Player can open a Little Legend Egg in Hextech Crafting to obtain a Little Legend skin. Each egg has a different drop rate and has their own drop pool.
- The Series Eggs and Rare Egg share the same drop rate.
- Legendary (5% drop rate, 30% chance for double drop).
- Epic (20% drop rate).
- Rare (75% drop rate).
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Type of Eggs
There are some special rules for “Series” Eggs:
- Duplicates Star Up: Getting a duplicate variant will cause it to star up by one level. Once a variant reaches 3 stars, it won’t hatch from future eggs.
- New Content with Each Egg: Each egg you hatch will grant you a variant you don’t already own, or a star up for a variant you already own.
- Double Drops: Occasionally, when you receive a Legendary Little Legend, two Little Legends will hatch from a single egg.
- Rare Egg: If you open a “Series” eggs after you own all variants it contains at 3 stars, it will output a “Little Legend” permanent that can be forged into a “Rare Egg”.
Starter Litte Legends Eggs
Starter Little Legends Eggs is one of the rewards for the TFT Beta Pass v1. Unlike other eggs, this egg shows in the material section in the Hextech Crafting. Once unlock, player can open it directly on the homepage and pick one of the three rewards inside. The rewards are:
Direct Eggs are a part of bundles in the store. Each species has a bundle, containing an icon and a Direct Egg, containing the basic variant of the species.
|Friends from Afar||Craggle||Flutterbug||Tocker|
|Heroic Hatchlings||Ao Shin||Choncc||Umbra|
- Rare Eggs will output a random variant from any “Series” Egg. The Rare Egg will be updated to contain Little Legends from future “Series” Eggs as they are released.
- Twitch Prime Rare Egg is a reward from Twitch Prime.. It is notable that rewards from this egg is Tier 1 and cannot update tiers of existed Little Legends variants.
Some eggs are temporarily limited to event passes.
|(Set 6) Gizmos & Gadgets||Arcane Sprite||Dr. Shisa Shisa|
|(Set 5.5) Reckoning II||Order Sprite||Order Featherknight|
|(Set 5) Reckoning||Chaos Sprite||Chaos Featherknight|
|(Set 4.5) Fates II||Dumpling Sprite||Porcelain Bellswayer|
|(Set 4) Fates||Jade Emperor Sprite||Lucky Fuwa|
|(Set 3.5) Galaxies II||Star Guardian Sprite||Star Guardian Silverwing|
|(Set 3) Galaxies||UFO Space Sprite||Astronaut Molediver|
At the end of each set, players will receive rewards based on their performance in rank. One of the rewards is an exclusive little legend. The first two seasons did not have Triumphant skins, however, due to the change to two splits per set happening in Season 3. Getting Gold or above in at least one half of the set will reward the Victorious skin, and getting Gold or above in both halves rewards both.
|Beta Set||Victorious Silverwing||N/A|
|Rise of the Elements||Victorious Furyhorn||N/A|
|Galaxies||Victorious Hauntling||Triumphant Hauntling|
|Fates||Victorious Protector||Triumphant Protector|
|Reckoning||Victorious Nixie||Triumphant Nixie|
Okay! Now we have all the basics let’s get on with our list!
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1. TRIUMPHANT HAUNTLING
The Hauntlings are abominable creatures, created when the barrier between life and death is shattered and defiled. They predominantly reside in the Shadow Isles but their influence and manifestations have reached Valoran’s shores over the past decades.
Triumphant Hauntling was only awarded to those who finished in Platinum or Higher in The Galaxies Set, making it one of the rarest Little Legends in the game!
During development, it was known as Ghosty.
2. BRAMBLEBACK RUNESPIRIT
Runespirits, Sentinels, or Stone-golems, are a magical fusion of flora, fauna, and rock native to Valoran but can also be found in Ionia and on the Shuriman Continent. Despite its rock-like appearance, its behavior is very much of an animal reminiscent of a bear or wolf. The creature is powered by nature’s magic.
Smaller forms of this creature are called Sentries. Ivern has befriended an injured stone-golem. Knowing the poor creature was on the verge of death, he fashioned her a new heart from a river pebble. Adhering to the tradition of all mineral beings, the golem became Ivern’s devoted life-friend. He named her Daisy, after the flowers that mysteriously sprouted from her stone body. Today, if Ivern is threatened, she races to his side.
During development, it was known as Mini Golem.
The Runespirit is based on the removed Sentry monster from Summoner’s Rift.
Starmaw swims leisurely through the galaxies, oblivious to all other life around it. It’s known as a devourer of worlds, but really it just happens to swallow a planet or two while it’s yawning.
- During development it was known as Dark Star Whale.
- Galaxy Slayer variant might be a reference to the Space Whales from the Odyssey universe from which Ora is extracted.
- The Cosmic Starmaw’s design is similar to the Pokémon known as Wailmer.
- The Original Starmaw resembles shiny Wailmer.
- Starmaw is from the Event Horizon universe.
4. COSMIC SQUINK
Sometimes Squink gets so scared that it inks itself, and in its frantic attempt to dash away it accidentally blots out an entire galaxy!
During development it was known as Dark Star Squid.
This little legend is from the Event Horizon universe.
5. ELDER AO SHIN
A descendant of the Storm Dragon lineage, Ao Shin is a guardian of the storm, wielding the duality of gentle rains and the ferocity of lightning and thunder.
Ao Shin Little Legends was directly inspired by one of Aurelion Sol’s earlier champion concepts known also as Ao Shin.
- The Dark Star variant was inspired by the Event Horizon universe.
- The Divine variant was inspired by 7 The Empyrean.
- The Elder variant was inspired by the Elder Dragon.
- The Firecracker variant was inspired by the Lunar Revel skins universe.
- The Star Forger variant was inspired by Aurelion Sol.
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6. BLACK MIST TOCKER
Tocker is a Hextech Golem who is constantly tinkering with things to make them better, even on his own body! (His left wing is always a bit squeaky). He loves meeting new people and learning about the world through his enormous blue eyes.
- During development, it was known as Hextech Birb.
- Tocker was inspired by Hextech machines and shares some visuals with Hextech skins.
- Hextech Ziggs’ reveals that he is the one who made Tocker.
- Tocker’s book contains some artwork:
- Chemtech, Original, Petricite: His own concept art
- Black Mist: His own concept art, Thresh’s lantern
- Legionnare: Noxian Weaponry, Draven Facebook emote, Axe of Darius, Trifarian Legionnare
- Petal Dancer: Xan Crest, Noxian Invasion mural
7. PRODIGY QIQI
QiQi’s hobbies include looking good and turning heads. Whether it’s music, fashion or battling fierce enemies, QiQi always takes center stage.
- During development it was known as Qiyana Dog.
- QiQi’s design is a mix between True Damage Qiyana and True Damage Senna.
- Soloist QiQi is based on True Damage Senna.
- Beatmaker QiQi is based on True Damage Yasuo.
- Prodigy QiQi is based on True Damage Ekko.
- Hardhitter QiQi is based on True Damage Akali.
8. NIGHTBRINGER DOWSIE
Looking to add a mystical mer-mage to your party? Look no further than… wait, where’d that Dowsie go? Oh, right– Dowsie can adapt to nearly any surroundings, so you’ll have to lure them out. And if you are luring one out, stay calm and remember they’re only bashful– until angered, then they might bash-you-full of spells.
- The Koi variant was inspired by Koi Nami.
- The Jelly & Waffle variants was inspired by Sugar Rush.
- The Nightbringer variant was inspired by the Nightbringer universe.
- The Urf variant was inspired by URF Gamemode.
9. ETERNAL HUSHTAIL
The Moontipped Hushtail are fox-like creatures of Runeterra. Hushtails have the ability to take many forms, making it difficult to spot a hushtail. Despite their ability to change forms, their disguises are given away by their three iconic bushy tails. The Vastaya known as Ahri has similar physical features.
During development it was known as Spirit Fox.
When first released on the PBE, the Hushtail had seven variants. However, one of them was added by mistake.
The Hushtail’s second and third forms have three tails, making it resemble Kiko, Star Guardian Ahri‘s familiar. Its expressive tails are also similar to that of Ahri’s.
It slightly resembles the Summon Aery Keystone rune.
Its first tier model is similar to the Pokémon known as Eevee, the variants of the Hustail also remind share some similarities to Eevee’s evolutions.
- The Fae variant resembles Leafeon.
- The Mistberry variant resembles Sylveon.
- The Monarch variant resembles Umbreon.
- The Monarch variant was directly inspired by the Monarch butterfly.
- The Untamed variant resembles Flareon.
- The Eternal variant was inspired by the Event Horizon skin universe.
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10. ARCADE LIGHTCHARGER
The embodiment of wispy firelight, the Lightcharger can be seen soaring across the skies of Targon as dusk turns to night. It bathes in the moon’s most radiant glow, galloping nobly from east to west and protecting the world from the eternal darkness.
- During development it was known as Pegasus.
- Lightcharger has visual similarities with an alicorn.
- The Black Mist variant was inspired by the Shadow Isles.
- The High Noon variant was inspired by the High Noon skin universe.
- The Crystal variant was inspired by the Star Guardian skin universe.
- The Sugarcone variant was inspired by the Sugar Rush skin universe.
- The Arcade variant was inspired by the Arcade skin universe.
Can you get Little Legends for free?
The answer is YES! Yes, you can get them for free. There are currently three ways to get Little Legends for free.
The first way is through the TFT Pass, but not the paid one. There are several free rewards along the way, and out of those many free rewards, a few of them are Little Legends Series Eggs. In the current TFT Pass, you can get three Little Legends TFT eggs for free.
The second way is through the Event Tokens. League of Legends often has enormous events that will let you rack up some Event Tokens to help unlock Prestige Skins or get some free chests or other rewards. One of the rewards for the Event Passes is Little Legends Eggs, which can be unlocked for 300 Tokens.
The third way, and usually a rare one, is through Missions. Every once in a while, League of Legends will have specific missions that have Little Legends Eggs. You can use this moment to seize the free Little Legend.
As you can see, all the ways to earn Little Legends for free require grinding. What are you waiting for? Start grinding!
That’s it for our TOP 10 LITTLE LEGENDS, which is concluding with the current patch. I am sure with the future patches we will get many more Little Legends and this list will be changing accordingly. Expect a new list as soon as the next patch hits the servers!
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