Initially, most players saw Beidou's potential as limited to her ability to counterattack. However, recent tests have shown that her Elemental Burst is a monstrous asset. Most of the time, all players have to do is activate her Elemental Burst and keep attacking , much like Razor. The difference is that Beidou's Electro attacks jump between enemies. That makes it the perfect complement for a Hydro application.
Xingqiu with his Elemental Burst activated and Beidou with hers active as well is a formidable combo that can clear up enemy hordes in seconds. Of course, the mileage might vary on different constellation levels since this combo was tested with a C6 Beidou. Ayaka hit a home run when she was released as she was honestly one of the few characters in Inazuma that launched off without much of a controversy.
Her kit is thus impressive. If that doesn't finish off a big bad enemy or several frozen targets, then Ayaka can dash to them and Charge attack them to death. This requires players to hit the enemies with Ayaka's dash in order to infuse her sword with Cryo attacks. Rinse and repeat and don't let the Frozen enemies thaw. Yoimiya's abilities have this weird split where her Burst is a support ability and her Skill is a DPS carry ability.
Thus, in order to maximize her damage, players will need to pour all their attack efforts during the small window that the Elemental Skill grants. This infuses Yoimiya's attacks with Pyro. Hence, a Hydro applicator such as Xingqiu again or an Electro applicator like Raiden Shogun can further augment Yoimiya's quick fireworks, producing some devastating elemental reactions. After that, it's time for the sub-DPS to shine. However, that method is viable. All players need to do is fire off everyone else's Elemental Bursts which preferably include Xingqiu's or Xiangling's.
By then, it's safe to finally activate her Elemental Burst and attack as much as possible within that seven-second window. Kazuha is mainly a utility or support character and sub-DPS and unlike Raiden Shogun, he usually can't stand on his own unless he's C6. For that matter, it's best to pair him with a Pyro or Cryo or Hydro character. He can Swirl two elements with his Elemental Burst and Skill. If those two elements are Hydro and Cryo, then the enemies are frozen for a considerable duration while taking damage.
Replace one of those two elements with Pyro and they will then take massive damage from Kazuha's abilities. Liyue's resident bookworm and Richie Rich, Xingqiu also takes on a more supportive role, especially for pyro characters. However, he has proven that he can be a reliable DPS as well when given a 2-piece Heart of the Depths artifact set and a 2-piece Noblesse Oblige.
A hydro damage goblet is ideal. Xingqiu's rotation is pretty standard. Players just need to activate his Elemental Burst and then keep attacking. He's decent by himself, but pairing him with a pyro character like Xiangling is even better, since it allows him to produce Vaporize reactions. Players using her will want a 4-piece Pale Flame set with a physical damage goblet.
Eula's bread and butter is her Elemental Burst , which deals delayed but huge damage 6 digits effortlessly. Players need to build her around that ability. To get the most damage out of her Elemental Burst, Eula should use her Elemental Skill tap and then unleash the Burst. After that, she'll have a 7-second window to do 4 normal attacks, another Elemental Skill hold , and another 4 normal attacks.
All those will increase the damage of her delayed Elemental Burst until it pops off. Yanfei is another relatively recent character that made some ripples in the current META, but not quite enough to dethrone 5-star pyro DPS characters. It's most optimal to pair Yanfei with hydro support like Xingqiu.
Once players have applied the hydro status effect using Xingqiu's rain swords , Yanfei can use her Elemental Burst and Skill, then resort to charged attacks while both are on cooldown. Choosing how to pilot Rosaria is a bit more complicated, since she has many roles which are viable. For the DPS role, however, players will want her equipped with either a 4-piece Blizzard Strayer set or 2 of those and 2 of Noblesse Oblige.
A cryo damage goblet is also great. To make her do her best damage, Rosaria will have to rely on reverse melt , where cryo will trigger the melt reactions. To do this, Xiangling's Elemental Burst must be activated first. Rosario will lay down her Elemental Burst afterward, and then the Elemental Skill.
She'll then do continuous reserve melt reactions. Speaking of Xiangling, this pyro support can prove that she's a DPS carry herself. Since she's a pyro character, she'll want the 4-piece Crimson Witch of Flames set with a pyro damage goblet. For her highest damage output, players will want to pair Xiangling with a Hydro support like Xingqiu for a reverse vaporize , or maybe even Kaeya for melt.
Have those supports fire off their cryo or hydro either, not both Elemental Burst before activating Xiangling's Elemental Burst. Watching the enemies burn. Often considered by many players as an honorary 5-star character, Razor is a good character to have in the early-to-mid game. He tends to fall off in the late game though but remains viable in content like the Spiral Abyss. Utilizing Razor is pretty straightforward, just keep using his Elemental Burst and keep topping up the energy required for it.
That's easy enough, as his Elemental Skill can charge up his Energy quickly. Razor at his best mostly relies on pure physical damage so a goblet artifact piece that grants that bonus is mandatory. For the best artifact set, players will want a full Gladiator's Finale for him.
For his talents, it's best to prioritize leveling the Normal Attack and Elemental Burst. Keqing is in a tight spot right now since the Electro Element is considered the weakest in the game at the moment. However, she's by no means a bad character. To get the most out of her, make sure to give her a 2-piece Gladiator's Finale and a 2-piece Thundering Fury artifact set.
An Electro Damage goblet piece is also necessary. When playing, the main source of damage is usually the Charged Attacks. They're fast, and their whose can easily be canceled for quick repetitions. Thus, Keqing needs to avoid using her stamina for running. This is where her Elemental Skill comes into play; it lets her close the gap easily. They usually do not have support or heal skills, but are more focused on doing damage.
As the DPS, these characters are meant to deal the most damage in a party. They have the highest damage potential and their builds should be focused on further increasing their damage! Having an all DPS team can work against you, especially against more challenging enemies.
It's best to include at least one support and one healer to help them out. Having synergy between characters is also a must to get the most out of them. It's best to learn the whole gameplay of your DPS since it's likely that they will be the character often out in the field. Be familiar with their cooldowns and skill effects to be able to effectively juggle between them. Your feedbacks will be checked by our staffs and will be attended to accordingly. Please be advised that we may not reply to every individual feedbacks.
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