Teamfight Tactics - Uncharted Realms Overview

If you thought the Dragonlands were full of mystical wonder, then get ready—because the new Uncharted Realms mid-set is absolutely flooded with it!


Start - September 8th, 2022 / 11:00 AM PT
End - December 6th, 2022 / 11:59 PM local time*

*Dates and times are subject to change. Always check the in-game schedule for the most accurate information.

Uncharted Realms Pass


Everyone gets the free Uncharted Realms Pass from the get-go, but those looking to truly plumb the depths of all this set has to offer can upgrade to the premium Uncharted Realms Pass+! Can't decide right away? Don't sweat it! All your progress will be recorded no matter what you choose to do.

Take a look at the Pass+ Content section below to see some of the things you can unlock with the premium pass, or dive into our Uncharted Realms Pass FAQ for more info on how the passes work!

Oops, All Dragons!

all-the-dragons.webpOkay, maybe not all Dragons, but with four (five if you include Nomsy!) new additions, bolstering your team with draconic might has never been easier! Especially with…

Updated Dragons

You know what's better than recruiting a super powerful dragon? Fielding a FULL TEAM OF SUPER POWERFUL DRAGONS.

The Dragons of Uncharted Realms are no longer limited to 1 per team, and they'll even get stronger as you add more of their draconic brethren! To make this dream a little easier to achieve, all dragons are now Tier 3, 4, or 5 and cost 6, 7, or 8 gold respectively.

But it's not just the Dragon champions that are changing! Because there's also…

New Treasure Dragons

The Treasure Dragon is joined by the new Chaos Dragon and Order Dragon, each of which have a 30% chance of appearing instead of their classic predecessor.

The Chaos Dragon comes bearing rare goodies like Emblems, Ornn items, Spatulas and more, while the Order Dragon offers a Radiant item (among other less powerful items) to turn the tide of battle. Whichever appears in your game, know that all 8 players will have the same opportunity to roll for goodies from the same dragon. So make it count!

To learn more about how Dragons will work in Uncharted Realms, check out our /dev TFT Blog: Here Be Dragons.

Origins and Classes

As we explore new territories, let's not forget those we've left behind: Trainers, Revel, and Legends and their related champs won't be making the trip to the new set. They much prefer their realms to be charted, thank you very much.

But fear not! This unexplored world comes with new origins and classes to discover!

New Origins

First up comes the signature trait of the TFT-exclusive dragon Sohm: Lagoon! Flow across the battlefield until your Seastone explodes in a tidal wave of profit!

Lagoon Lagoon units gain bonus Ability Power and Attack Speed. Additionally, a Seastone appears on the board that grants loot as Lagoon units cast Abilities over time.

The power of one becomes the strength of many with Darkflight! If you're willing to make a little sacrifice, of course.


The unit in the Darkflight hex is sacrificed at the start of combat, granting a copy of a random item they have and bonus health to each Darkflight champion.

Non-craftable items and Emblems are corrupted when they're copied, instead becoming Darkflight Essence.

Although why bother augmenting your units when you can alter the battlefield itself with Monolith?

Monolith Monoliths create 3 hexes on the battlefield. Units standing in these hexes at the start of combat gain 20% damage reduction.

All of these traits are great and all, but none of them could fill the hole that Trainers have left in our hearts…

That's why Nomsy is back for a solo tour with Prodigy!

Prodigy Nomsy gains a random trait each game, and summons a former Trainer with that same trait to aid her in battle. The Trainer's Ability Power is always equal to Nomsy's Ability Power. When Nomsy dies, Trainers gain massively increased Attack Speed.

Returning Traits

Exploring the unknown can be scary, which is why it helps to bring some familiar traits along for the ride! Of course, some have received new twists or champs, so read on to prepare yourself for adventure!


Origin Effects


After each player combat, gain an Astral Orb. The combined star level of your Astral champions increases the quality of the orb.

Astral champions gain bonus Ability Power.

(3) 10 Ability Power
(5) 40 Ability Power
(8) 75 Ability Power


Grant a unique bonus to your team; Guild members gain double the amount. Increases for each Guild member in play!

Sejuani: +100 Health
Twitch: +10% Attack Speed
Zippy: +10 Armor and Magic Resist
Jayce: +5 Attack Damage and Ability Power
Bard: +2 Mana per attack
Emblem: +2% Omnivamp


Summon movable Jade Statues that grow in power.

Each combat, allies who start combat adjacent to a statue gain maximum Health healing every 2 seconds and bonus Attack Speed. When a statue is destroyed, it deals 33% of its Health as magic damage to nearby enemies.


Mirage units gain a different Trait bonus from game to game.


  • Electric Overload - Gain a chance to deal magic damage to adjacent enemies when attacking or being hit by an attack.
  • Warlord - Gain bonuses after winning a player combat.
  • Dawnbringer - Rapidly heal a percent of maximum Health when reduced to 50% Health.
  • Duelist - Gain bonus move speed at the beginning of combat and bonus Attack Speed with each attack, up to 8 stacks.
  • Spellsword - Gain Ability Power per attack each player combat.
  • Executioner - Critically strike low Health targets and gain bonus Critical Strike Damage.
  • Pirate - Gain a chest that holds 0-4 Gold after each player combat.


Converts Mana to Rage; attacks generate Rage. After casting an Ability, enrage for 4 seconds: Gain bonus Omnivamp and Attack Speed, but can't gain Rage.


Scalescorn champions take reduced damage from high health enemies. If you don't have a Dragon on your team, they also deal a percent of their damage as additional magic damage.


Grant exclusive random Shimmerscale items that scale with gold. You can remove Shimmerscale items by benching the holder


After 8 seconds, lightning strikes the battlefield. Enemies are stunned for 1 second and take a percent of their maximum Health as true damage. Then, Tempest champions gain Attack Speed.


Whispers damage shrinks enemies, reducing their Armor and Magic Resist by 40% for 6 seconds.

When they damage a shrunken enemy, Whispers gain stacking Attack Damage and Ability Power.


Class Effects


Innate: When combat starts, Assassins leap to the enemy backline.

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


Allies that survive player combat have a 2% chance to create a Doot. Bard always creates a Doot when dancing.

Each Doot you collect increases your Shop odds by 1% for tiers 3, 4, and 5.


Your team gains bonus maximum Health. Bruisers gain double the bonus.


Every 5th attack fires a cannon shot that explodes for physical damage to enemies around the target.


Innate: Charge quickly towards their target whenever they move.

Cavaliers gain Armor and Magic Resist. At the start of combat and after each charge, gain double the amount for 4 seconds.


Use the Dragonmancer Blessing to choose a Hero. The Hero gains massively increased Health and Ability Power, which increases by 20% per star level of your Dragonmancers.


Gain Mana whenever an ally or enemy casts an Ability.


Once per combat at 50% Health, Guardians shield themselves and their closest ally. Shields stack!


Mages cast twice and have modified total Ability Power.


Your team gains Magic Resist.


Transforming grants bonus maximum Health and heals for that amount.

Spell Thief

Nab a new ability after each cast and at the start of every round.


The first Starcaller to cast their Ability each combat heals your Tactician for (2/3/75), depending on their star level. Excess healing disintegrates an enemy champion.


Innate: Gain 2 hex Attack Range.

Swiftshots gain Attack Speed for each hex between themselves and their target.


Warriors' attacks have a 50% chance to increase the damage of their next attack.

Ranked Reset

Since mid-sets like Uncharted Realms preserve most of the mechanics and champions of the previous set, ranks will only be getting a soft reset. For the vast majority of you, that means dropping one full tier from your previous rank. Gold II will become Silver II, Diamond IV changes to Platinum IV, etc..

If you're one of the tactical titans who managed to hit Master and above, your rank will be reset to Diamond IV to give us mere mortals a chance to catch up!

Ranked Rewards

Conquering the Dragonlands deserves a mighty prize! Ranked players will be well-rewarded based on how far they climbed, and your Dragonlands rewards will be distributed throughout the Uncharted Realms mid-set.

Now without further ado, let's take a look at what you'll get!


Placed Gold or higher in Dragonlands? Get ready to show off those various victories with an emote representing your rank!

Gold, Platinum, Diamond

Master, Grandmaster, Challenger

Hyper Roll

If your Hyper Roll victories helped you climb to Blue, Purple, or Hyper tier upon entering the Dragonlands, you'll receive an emote based on your rank featuring—HEY! That's not food! Get that out of your mouth right this instant!

Blue, Purple, Hyper

…Aww, who are we kidding? We can't stay mad at you, Poggles!

Double Up

Teamwork makes the dream work—especially if that dream is claiming ranked rewards in Double Up! Those of you who reached Gold can higher can flex your duo queue prowess with the Burno Bros!

Gold, Platinum, Diamond

Master, Grandmaster, Challenger

Provisional Games

After the set kicks off, everybody who plays ranked will start with five provisional placement games. During those games, you won't lose any LP for finishing in the bottom 4, and you'll earn extra LP for placing in the top 4—or top 2 for Double Up.


If you want to earn XP to unlock magical Uncharted Realms Pass rewards, completing missions is your best bet!

Weekly Missions

Every week will bring a fresh set of missions for you to sink your talons, fangs, and other dragony pointy bits into. Just finish them before the new week begins!

Weeks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 13

Mission Objective XP
Discover Sunken Treasure Claim 3 Dragon Treasures. 600
Freestyle Champion Place 1st or 2nd in Standard or Hyper Roll
Place 1st in Double Up.
Pool Party Field an army with at least 5 active traits. 200
Make a Big Splash Field a 2-star Dragon. 200

Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12

Mission Objective XP
Discover Sunken Treasure Claim 3 Dragon Treasures. 600
Uninterrupted Swim Get a 5-round win streak. 200
Dive for Pearls Reroll the Dragon Treasure offering 4 times. 200
Synchronized Serpents Field Dragon 2+. 200

Uncharted Realms Missions

These thematic missions can be completed only once. Most of them have two different objectives that must both be completed, but we promise the XP payout at the end is worth the extra effort.

Mission Objective XP
Dive Into Uncharted Realms Play a match of Teamfight Tactics: Uncharted Realms! 800
Big Damn Heroes Field a 3-star Dragonmancer Dragon Hero.
Field Bruiser 6+.
Epic Level Bard Generate 15 Doots with Bard (Hyper Roll Doots count double). 400
Get Your Nails Done Field a Dragon holding a Dragon's Claw. 400
Stormy Weather Hit enemy units with Zephyr and Tempest's lightning in the same round. 400
Gotta Steal 'Em All! Have Zoe cast 4 different spells in a single round. 600
Swiftest of Shots Have a Swiftshot unit reach an attack speed of 4.0 or higher. 600
The Bigger They Are… With Scalescorn active, have Scalescorn units deal 15000 damage to Dragons. 400
Nomsy's Big Adventure Field a 2-star Nomsy with her Trainer's trait active at Gold+.
Win 5 player combats where both Nomsy and her Trainer survive.
Swain's Vicious Betrayal Have Swain heal for 12000.
Sacrifice 13 units to Darkflight.
Sohm's Rejuvenating Waters Have Sohm detonate 50 Tideblossoms.
Reach 300 Seastone stacks 2 times.
Terra's Earthshattering Power Deal 15000 damage with Terra's Earthquake.
Have 15 units that started in Monolith hexes survive combat.
Unite the Dragonlands Field Dragon 4+. 400
Zippy's Grand Retinue Give Zippy some exercise by letting him charge at 75 enemies.
Assemble Zippy's retinue by fielding Guild 7+.

Store Content


Man, it seems like everybody has caught dragon fever—even Pengu!


The intrepid wielder of the golden spatula is doing his best draconic cosplay (dracosplay?) as the latest Mythic little legend, Dragon Trainer Pengu! Those looking to strike the perfect balance between cute and deadly (ie. almost entirely cute) have a 5% chance of getting Dragon Trainer Pengu each time they open a Splash Resort Chest (390 RP/TC).

If you'd rather add a Real Deal Dragon™ to your roster, then check out the lovable Bungo, a dragon whelp more likely to melt your heart than your face! …Probably!


What's that? You prefer something more…refined? Say no more! Prancie literally radiates elegance! Oooor heat, or frost, depending on which one you get!


Random Little Legends will hatch from eggs, but you can also purchase specific variations if you don't want to leave it up to chance.

If Chibis are more your speed, then take a look—er, lay your eyes upon… That is, take a gander at…



Chibi Lee Sin can be purchased directly from the shop for 1,900 RP/TC and also comes with some of the Pass bundles as outlined below. Regardless how you add him to your Roster, you'll also be getting his signature boom: Resonating Strike!

Finally, those keen on giving the blind monk more set-appropriate duds can kick it with Chibi Dragonmancer Lee Sin!


Much like Chibi Dragonmancer Yasuo before him, Chibi Dragonmancer Lee Sin comes with a powerful finisher, which will play every time you knock a player out of the match—or when you click the link below. HIKU!

Chibi Dragonmancer Lee Sin has a 2% chance of dropping from Uncharted Realms Eggs (490 RP/TC), but you are guaranteed to unlock him by your 37th egg. Uncharted Realms Eggs will be removed from the store when Uncharted Realms closes its doors, so grab 'em while you can!

Direct Purchase Tacticians

Bungo (Rare) 750 RP/TC
Jade Bungo (Rare) 750 RP/TC
Rosebloom Bungo (Rare) 750 RP/TC
Astral Bungo (Epic) 925 RP/TC
Honeybuzz Bungo (Epic) 925 RP/TC
Prancie (Rare) 750 RP/TC
Jade Prancie (Rare) 750 RP/TC
Everfrost Prancie (Rare) 750 RP/TC
Koi Prancie (Epic) 925 RP/TC
Ragewing Prancie (Epic) 925 RP/TC
Chibi Lee Sin 1,900 RP/TC



Uncharted Realms Egg 490 RP/TC
5 Uncharted Realms Egg Bundle 2,450 RP/TC
10+1 Uncharted Realms Egg Bundle 4,900 RP/TC


Star Shards

130 Star Shards 625 RP/TC
520 Star Shards 2,500 RP/TC
1,040 Star Shards 5,000 RP/TC



While most of the Uncharted Realms arenas can be earned with the Uncharted Realms Pass+, the Mythic tier Choncc's Splash Resort can only be obtained as a 2% drop from Splash Resort Chests (guaranteed by 61st chest).

This incredible spa is as magical and whimsical as it is relaxing and rejuvenating. See for yourself!

Just remember: Splash Resort Chests will be removed from the store once Uncharted Realms wraps up, so if you're deadset on getting an all-access pass to Choncc's Splash Resort, get 'em while you can!

Premium Pass and Bundles

Want a little of everything? Sounds like you might be in the market for a bundle!

Content Cost
Uncharted Realms Pass+ 1,295 RP/TC

Uncharted Realms Starter Bundle

  • Uncharted Realms Pass+
  • Bungo 1 Star
  • Prancie 1 Star
  • 200 Bonus Star Shards

2,420 RP/TC

New Splash Resort Chest Bundle

  • Uncharted Realms Pass+
  • 27 Splash Resort Chests
  • Chibi Lee Sin
  • 4 Bonus Splash Resort Chests

13,115 RP/TC

Uncharted Realms Megabundle

  • Uncharted Realms Pass+
  • 17 Uncharted Realms Eggs
  • Chibi Lee Sin
  • 2 Bonus Uncharted Realms Eggs

10,915 RP/TC

Pass+ Content

Leveling up the premium Uncharted Realms Pass+ will earn you all of the following rewards, as well as the emotes other goodies contained in the free pass.

For a more in-depth look at what the Uncharted Realms Pass contains and how it works, check out our Uncharted Realms Pass FAQ!

Little Legends

If you've ever wished to swish with an elegant fish, you'll be glad to know that the Regal Koi Starmaw at 1, 2, and 3✰ can be won through the Pass+!



Getting the top four is hard work! Luckily, you'll be able to take a load-off in these Uncharted Realms Pass+ arenas regardless of how well you're doing: Poggle's Pools, Umbra's Retreat, and Ao Shin's Summit Spa!


Those willing to work as hard as they play can even unlock the tier 3 Grotto of the Secret Spa near the end of the Pass+!


Wash away your enemies in a torrent of victory with the new Uncharted Realms Pass+ booms: Skipping Stones, Dragon Float Splash, Dragon Geyser, and Bucket Yeet!

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