[Top 3] TFT Best Lillia Builds That Are Powerful

Best Lillia builds in TFT.
Oh, Mr. Root, you almost tripped me.

The fae fawn Lillia is extremely timid and skulks throughout the woodlands of Ionia. Lillian seeks to find out why mortals' dreams no longer reach the old Dreaming Tree by hiding just out of sight of mortals, whose enigmatic natures have long fascinated but intimidated her.

She is now exploring Ionia with a magical branch in an effort to discover the unfulfilled desires of people.

Only then will Lillia blossom and be able to assist others in overcoming their worries and discovering their own brightness. Eep!

This is a full article about how to use Lillia in TFT to make sure you win every game.

I'll stay in the forest...until I learn how to use doors.

Lillia was born when one of the tree's own dreams was captured in a bud that fell to the ground before it could bloom. Ivern, the Green Father, took care of the Dreaming Tree, which grew in a spiral. Each time a flower bud opened, it spread the magic of people's dreams.

The seed took root in what came to be known as the Garden of Forgetting. Forests spread vibrantly, and trees often boast nearly as many colors as leaves, touched by the wonders of the spirit realm.

But there is one forest, hidden away, that draws on a different kind of magic—a garden with a tree at its heart that gathers humanity's dreams in its blooms. The Dreaming Tree grew from a seed of the God-Willow, which towered over the ancient grove of Omikayalan.

Lillia's garden became so weak that the violence of the world spilled in.

With a single errant blade's slash, a branch containing her mother tree's dream came thudding to the ground. As she whispered to it and soothed it, the bud upon her head unfurled, and magic swirled around like sparkling pollen.

She was swept up in possibility and wonder until, with a sneeze, she sent the magic curling into the surrounding forest.

The Dreaming Tree now helps people's dreams be born, drawing forward glimpses of who they could be.

Best Lillia builds in TFT Season 4 - Stage II

Lillia’s stats:

  • Cost: 2 Gold
  • Health: 750 / 1350 / 2430
  • Mana: 50
  • Armor: 50
  • MR: 50
  • DPS: 38 / 68 / 122
  • Damage: 50 / 90 / 162
  • Atk Spd: 0.75
  • Crit Rate: 25%
  • Range: 1

Lillia’s traits:


Scalescorns take 20% reduced damage from enemies with more than 1900 Health. They also deal a percent of their damage as additional magic damage.

  • 2 15% magic damage
  • 4 50% magic damage
  • 6 90% magic damage


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 200% the amount for 4 seconds.

  • 2 35 Armor, 35 Magic Resist
  • 3 50 Armor, 50 Magic Resist
  • 4 65 Armor, 65 Magic Resist
  • 5 85 Armor, 85 Magic Resist
  • 6 110 Armor, 110 Magic Resist


Mages cast twice and have modified total Ability Power.

  • 3 80% Ability Power
  • 5 105% Ability Power
  • 7 135% Ability Power
  • 9 170% Ability Power

Lillia’s ability

 Watch Out!

Lillia strikes a small area around her target's current location, dealing magic damage spread amongst all enemies hit and bonus magic damage to the enemy at the center of the blast.

Damage: 215 / 275 / 370

Bonus Damage: 190 / 240 / 340

Lillia’s best items

1-Ionic Spark

Passive: Enemies within 2 hexes have their magic resistance reduced by 50% (does not stack).

Passive 2: When enemies within 2 hexes cast their ability, they are dealt 200% of their maximum mana as magic damage.


Passive 1: Physical damage heals for 33% of the damage dealt.

Passive 2: Gains a 30% maximum health shield for 5 seconds if the wearer falls below 40% maximum health.

3-Archangel’s staff

Grants the wearer 25 ability power every 5 seconds.

Best comps for Lillia


This is a slow reroll comp as all the champions are low-priced ones, so you have to make sure to hit 3 stars for each one of them.

This game revolves around cavaliers protecting the team while Scalescorn members and assassin Rengar kill the opposing team.

TIP: Try to move the assassins to be directly in front of the enemies’ backline carries.

Best team for this build:

1-Olaf is a great damage dealer, as he shares the Scalescorn trait.

2-Diana shares the Assassin and Scalescorn traits, which make her slay the enemies’ backlines.

3-Lillia is an excellent fit for this team because she possesses both Cavalier and Scalescorn characteristics.

4-Rengar would leap on enemies’ backlines as an Assassin, dealing tons of damage.

5-Braum protects the team with his huge shield, while sharing the Scalescorn trait.

6-Rell is a strong frontline tank as she shares the Cavalier trait.

7-Sejuani is counted as an additional Cavalier.

8-Hecarim makes his enemies flee in fear, sharing the Cavalier trait.


This comp is a reroll to level 8, trying to get Lillia, Braum, and Yone early to 3 stars while having a good economy to make sure you get the rest of the combo to 3 stars.

This build revolves around having the Scalescorn and Warrior traits activated.

Best team for this build:

1-Olaf is a great source of damage, being a Bruiser, a Scalescorn, and a Warrior.

2-Pantheon would be one of the main sources of damage to the frontlines as a strong Warrior and Whisper member.

3-Sylas is one of the best among the frontlines, being a Bruiser and a Whisper member.

4-Braum, as a Scalescorn member, is a formidable frontline.

5-Lillia can deal significant damage as a Mage and Scalescorn member.

6-Yasuo is the highest-priced Warrior, which makes him really strong, along with activating the Mirage trait.

7-Diana is the Assassin-Scalescorn member who can deal loads of damage to enemies’ backlines.

8-Yone is a good fit as he shares the Mirage and Warrior traits.


This comp revolves around having Cavaliers as tanks, who can sustain tons of damage, while having the Scalescorn members deal tons of damage, especially when being matched against high-HP champions.

This is a slow reroll to level 8, trying to get all 3-cost champions to 3 stars.

Best team for this build:

1-Olaf is a great source of damage, being a Bruiser, a Scalescorn, and a Warrior.

2-Hecarim is a great Cavalier, which makes his enemies flee in fear.

3-Sylas is one of the best among the frontlines, being a Bruiser, Mage, and Whisper.

4-Braum is a really tough frontline as a Scalescorn member.

5-Lillia, as a Mage and Scalescorn member, can deal significant damage.

6-Sejuani is an additional Cavalier.

7-Diana is the Assassin-Scalescorn member who can deal loads of damage to enemies’ backlines.

8-Zoe is a high-cost mage who can deal massive damage while also shielding her team.

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