TFT Set 11 Porcelain Comp Guide

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TFT Set 11 Porcelain Comp Guide
Raul Rocha

Unleash the power of the Porcelain Comp in TFT Set 11 Inkborn Fables, with a unique blend of durability and control, making it a strong contender on the battlefield. 

This guide will not only show you how to assemble a dominant Porcelain comp but also reveal its secret potential for completing the mysterious Teapot Mission. 

While the mission itself offers little guidance, with the right strategy and champion choices, you’ll be turning enemies to teapots while claiming victory in no time.

Porcelain Strategy

The Porcelain comp has two main variants: Lux carry with Arcanist support and Ashe carry with Sniper synergy. 

We’ll focus on the Lux carry version for its simplicity and item flexibility. It revolves around a powerful magic damage carry, with Lux being the most consistent option.

Many of the core items can also be used on Lissandra, accelerating your Teapot mission progress.

If you struggle to find Ability Power items early, prioritize champions that activate Porcelain, Sniper, and Warden traits. This way you can itemize Ashe as your main carry and can add Lissandra in the late game.

Knowing When to Play Porcelain

Here are the prime situations to use the Porcelain comp:

  • Porcelain Augments/Emblems: These are the strongest indicators. If you find any Augments that buff Porcelain champions or grant them unique effects, consider pivoting towards the Porcelain comp.
  • Strong Ability Power Items: Since the comp relies heavily on Ability Power carries like Lux and Lissandra, having a good amount of Ability Power items on hand is a good sign.
  • Early Lux Copies: Finding Lux copies early allows you to plan your composition around her and potentially transition items to Lissandra later.
  • Teapot Mission: Of course, if completing the Teapot Mission is your goal, the Porcelain comp is the way to go!

Porcelain Game Plan:

Early Game:

  • Start the game by focusing on Arcanist units.
  • You can use Neeko as an item holder for both your tank and your main carry.
  • Ahri and Lux are your only low-cost units on your final board.
  • Level up to 4 in Stage 2-1 if you have a relevant board.

Mid Game:

  • Illaoi and Amumu are your main frontline units, add them as soon as you find them to protect your carry.
  • You can continue with Neeko on your board.
  • Soraka is a good option if you have free space on your board.
  • Level up to 6 in Stage 3-2
  • Slow roll for Lux three-star.

Late Game:

  • Level to 8 only when your board is stable and you have the resources to complete your composition. 
  • Use Neeko, Soraka, or Nautilus as temporary replacements until you find Lissandra.

Porcelain Best Champions


Lux is a 2-cost Porcelain and Arcanist unit. She is your main carry. Position her on the opposite side of your enemy’s carry.


Syndra is a 4-cost Fated and Arcanist unit. She is your secondary carry. Equip her with Mana and Ability Power items in the back row. 

Porcelain Comp Guide - Syndra


Amumu is a 3-cost Porcelain and Warden unit. He is your main tank in the comp. Place him on the front line with your best defensive items.


Illaoi is a 3-cost Ghostly, Warden, and Arcanist unit. She is your secondary tank and is very important for increasing the Arcanist trait. She is a viable option to receive the Porcelain emblem.


Lissandra is a 5-cost Porcelain and Arcanist unit. She is the legendary unit of the composition and you can feel free to equip her with Mana and Ability Power items.

Porcelain Comp Guide - Lissandra


Thresh is a 3-cost Fated and Behemoth unit. He is an additional tank that adds some synergies to the composition. He can be replaced by other tank units if he is difficult to find, especially other Wardens.


Zoe is a 3-cost Storyweaver, Fortune, and Arcanist unit. She is a good Arcanist in this comp, but can be replaced by Neeko if necessary.


Ahri is a 1-cost Fated and Arcanist unit. She will probably be your first Arcanist unit and her Fated synergy makes her stay in the comp until the end.

Porcelain Best Items

The best items for Disco are the ones that increase the ability power, critical chance for abilities, and attack speed of some characters. Tanks will need the best defensive items, especially Blitzcrank. Here are some of the recommended items for each slot:

Porcelain Offensive Items

  • Spear of Shojin
  • Rabadon’s Deathcap
  • Blue Buff
  • Nashor’s Tooth
  • Hextech Gunblade

Porcelain Defensive Items

  • Warmog’s Armor
  • Bramble Vest
  • Steadfast Heart
  • Dragon’s Claw
  • Gargoyle Stoneplate

Remember, these are just suggestions! Adapt your build based on the game and your opponents. Optimize your Porcelain comp to your lobby!

Porcelain Best Augments

The best augmentations for Porcelain are the ones related to its traits, ability power, and items.

Some of the best augmentations for Porcelain are:

  • Porcelain or Arcanist Crown: Gain a Porcelain Emblem, An Adaptive Helm, and a Lux. Or gain an Arcanist Emblem, a Statikk Shiv, and a Lux.
  • Jeweled Lotus: Magic and true damage from your units’ Abilities can critically strike. Your units additionally gain 40% Critical Strike Chance.
  • Boiling Point: Porcelain units basic attacks restore 5 mana on hit. While boiling, basic attacks also Burn and Wound. Gain a Lux.
  • Pandora’s Items: Round start: items on your bench are randomized (except Tactician’s Crown and Spatula).
  • Team Building: Gain a Lesser Champion Duplicator. This happens a second time after 8 player combats.

Related: TFT Patch Notes 14.7: Inkborn Fables Shakes Up the Meta

With its blend of power and control, the Porcelain comp is a force to be reckoned with in TFT Set 11. This guide equips you with the knowledge to dominate the battlefield and potentially unlock the secrets of the Teapot Mission. So, unleash the power of Porcelain and claim victory!

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