Riot Games detailed the works of the new champion compositions that will be used when Teamfight Tactics: Galaxies goes live and one in particular stood out - Mech Pilots that will merge into one Super Mech.
Teamfight Tactics is going full Power Rangers with the Galaxies content when new origins and classes will be introduced. Star Guardians and Cybernetics are interesting on their own but it's the Mech Pilots that take the spotlight.
Champions that will have the Mech Pilot origin are Annie, Rumble and Fizz. When these three are deployed, they will merge into a Super Mech at the start of a round, until it dies. It seems like this Super Mech will have the appearance of Mech Kingdoms Garen and it will be a massive figure on the battlefield due to both its size and impact.
Super Mech will have stats that are based on the three champions that fused, meaning the higher stars they have, the better the stats this giant unit will have. Furthermore, it can have only three items equipped at a time so the three champions will not have
Riot's suggestion was to use it along with another Demolitionist, which would pair up with Rumble and cause the Super Mech's ability to stun enemy champions for 2.5 seconds. Three Sorcerers are also suggested in order to get 40 per cent increase in spell power, prompting the entire team to cause more damage as well as the giant AoE to become that much more devastating.
While this composition definitely sounds like the most innovative and interesting one, Cybernetics shouldn't be overlooked. Having enough of these will cause the units to have increased attack damage and health which should enable Irelia to pop off.
Star Guardians will focus on spell spam instead of auto attacks though as their origin will give mana to all Star Guardians whenever one casts a spell. It should be fun seeing Syndra act like a caffeinated squirrel while spamming all those spheres. Unfortunately, Urgot is still nowhere to be seen.
You can check their workings in more detail on the official Riot Games dev post .