Teamfight Tactics is an amazing auto battling game from Riot Games. The game has so many features unique to itself such as The battle arenas, the mechanics, The finishing fatalities, the augments, the classes, the traits, and most importantly Little Legends.
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.
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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
The fifth part of this list is today’s topic and the question related to it:
How to Obtain a Victorious Little Legend in TFT?
To obtain a Victorious Little Legend you need to finish that particular season in TFT in Gold or higher. When I say finish, I mean that you just need to reach Gold at any point of the season and you will receive the awards.
TFT Ranked Rewards
Each season, Riot rewards players who play ranked TFT with a few end-season rewards at the closing of each set. At the end of every mid-set, Riot will reward players with an emote that corresponds to their rank. Then, at the end of every full set, players will receive a special little legend if they were able to reach at least gold.
Let’s take a look at all of the TFT-ranked rewards so far.
- Set 1: Victorious Silverwing + Emotes
- Set 2: Victorious Furyhorn + Emotes
- Set 3: Victorious Hauntling + Triumphant Hauntling + Emotes
- Set 4: Victorious Protector + Triumphant Protector + Emotes
- Set 5: Victorious Nixie + Triumphant Nixie + Emotes
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SET 6 AND 6.5
The Gizmos And Gadgets And The Neon Nights Battle Pass, Missions And Ranked Rewards
The TFT Gizmos & Gadgets Pass II has launched with Set 6.5’s Neon Nights Mid-Set update. An array of new missions and rewards are on offer as Riot tinkers with the battle pass formula. Here’s what you need to know.
With TFT Set 6.5 being Riot’s biggest Mid-Set update yet in terms of champions, traits, and Augments, the battle pass side of things is set to deliver on a similar standard. Riot has promised as much for now and into the future starting with TFT Gizmos & Gadgets Pass II.
“We’re currently experimenting with different ways of how we design the battle pass, but there’s not much flexibility we have there because of tech restraints,” developer Christine Lai said in an interview. “This year we’re looking into ways we can make it more fun and diverse.
“We’re not done, we want to make it better with even more battle passes and event passes.”
With that being said, Riot hasn’t changed a lot of the formula for the TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass — although there’s more exclusive rewards on offer compared to past sets. Here’s what we know.
How Much Does The TFT Gizmos & Gadgets Ii Pass Cost?
Like every other TFT battle pass, the Gizmos & Gadgets II one for Set 6.5 will feature a Free and Premium track. The Premium one will offer more rewards, but there’s still a decent amount available on the free side.
There will be no change to the TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass cost — it’ll still set you back 1295 RP on PC, or 1295 TFT Coins on mobile. If you find yourself grinding the Neon Nights update, it’ll be worth the investment due to the sheer number of rewards you receive.
However, don’t feel obliged to invest early: you earn experience at the same rate regardless of whether you pay at the start or not, so you can make the call later on whether to buy it or not.
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TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass missions
There will be a selection of missions on offer to help you complete the TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass. Riot does push new ones in on a regular basis and they all give out a handy amount of XP to try and get to Level 45.
Here are all the missions that we know of:
|Start the Progress Party||Play a match of Neon Nights||500 XP|
TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II Pass Rewards
Riot has revealed the TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass rewards, and they’re a bit different from the last pass. There are more tiers again, but the grind is around the same.
Riot is increasing the quality of some of the rewards for those who invest in the Premium pass though, including two new Arenas that are of a similar quality to those you can buy in the in-game store.
However, they have reverted previous changes to the battle pass which gave players all the 1-Star Booms just by buying the Premium track.
There will also be the usual selection of Star Shards, Little Legend eggs, and emotes. You can find the full list of TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass rewards coming in Set 6.5 below.
|0||Plant Buddy Sprite||Pass+|
|1||Look At My Face Emote||Free|
|2||1-Star Paper Pursuit Boom||Pass+|
|3||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|4||Neon Nights Egg||Pass+|
|5||1-Star Get Wrenched Boom||Pass+|
|7||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|8||1-Star Socialite Nixie||Pass+|
|9||1-Star Hextech Wipeout Boom||Pass+|
|10||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|11||Little Legend Series 1-9 Egg||Free|
|12||1-Star Paintinator V65 Boom||Pass+|
|13||Dawn of Progress Arena||Pass+|
|14||2-Star Paper Pursuit Boom||Pass+|
|15||Neon Nights Egg||Pass+|
|17||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|18||2-Star Hextech Wipeout Boom||Pass+|
|19||2-Star Get Wrenched Boom||Pass+|
|20||Little Legend Series 1-9 Egg||Free|
|21||Innovation Avenue Arena||Pass+|
|22||2-Star Paintinator V65 Boom||Pass+|
|23||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|24||Hit That High! Emote||Free|
|25||Neon Nights Egg||Pass+|
|26||3-Star Paper Pursuit Boom||Pass+|
|27||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|28||Little Legend Series 1-9 Egg||Free|
|29||3-Star Hextech Wipeout Boom||Pass+|
|30||Celebration of Tomorrow Arena||Pass+|
|31||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|33||3-Star Get Wrenched Boom||Pass+|
|34||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|35||Neon Nights Egg||Pass+|
|36||Become What They Fear Emote||Free|
|37||2-Star Socialite Nixie||Pass+|
|38||3-Star Paintinator V65||Pass+|
|39||50 Star Shards||Pass+|
|40||Neon Nights Egg||Free|
|41||Legendary Little Legend Egg||Free|
|Bonus 1||Neon Nights: Let’s Bounce! Emote||Free|
|Bonus 2||Neon Nights: Unbreakable Emote||Free|
|Bonus 3||Neon Nights: Squashed ‘Em Emote||Free|
TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II Pass Release & Expiry Date
The TFT Gizmos & Gadgets II pass went live on TFT patch 12.4 alongside the Neon Nights Mid-Set update on February 16, 2023.
It should wrap on May 24, 2022, if the in-game timer is correct — and then it’ll be onto what TFT Set 7 has on offer.
If you’re looking for more TFT tips, here is an article on how to open the Mercenary Chest in TFT.