After five versions of waiting, finally Yae Miko can be played on Genshin Dampak Impact. The Guuji Shrine of Narukami is descended from the Kitsune lineage, which explains its fox ears and tail. Apart from being the head priest, Yae also manages a publisher.
Build-in Yae Miko Genshin Dampak Impact very easy because he didn’t need any particular artifact. While it was likely that he would soon have his own set, for now, players would have to settle for a hybrid of a few common artifacts.
Yae Miko’s Talent Overview
Yae Miko has one of the lowest Normal Attack multipliers among Catalyst users in Genshin Dampak Impact, so using it as Primary DPS would be far from optimal. He is best used as a Sub-DPS off the field.
When the player uses Yae Miko’s Elemental Skill, she will move in the specified direction, leaving Sesshou Sakura behind. This fox turret will periodically inflict damage to one enemy in the area. Travelers can save up to three charges, and a maximum of three Sesshou Sakura can be used in the field.
The turret had up to four levels, but at constellation zero, the highest class player one could get was level three. To increase its strength, Travelers only need to use the skill when there is a turret nearby. This will link the foxes together, increasing their level at the same time.
Sesshou Sakura of different levels can exist at the same time. This can happen if the player throws the skill too far from the existing turret.
Yae Miko’s Elemental Burst is very easy. He summons lightning from the sky, dealing massive Electro damage. If the fox towers are in the field, each one of them will explode and deal a higher amount of Electro damage. For every Sesshou Sakura destroyed, Yae Miko will get one Elemental Skill charge.
The Best Artifacts For Yae Miko In Genshin Impact
The best stat to aim for on a Yae Miko Artifact is the traditional Attack/Electro/Crit. Most of his damage comes from his Elemental Skills, so the items that buff his Burst are not optimal.
Artifact Main Stat
- hourglass: Attack
- Drinking glasses with legs: Electro Damage Bonus
- Circle: Critical Level or Damage
- 2-Thundering Fury + 2-Gladiator’s Finale
- 2-Reminiscence Shimenawa + 2-Gladiator’s Finale
- Troupe of 2-Wanderer + 2-Thundering Fury
- 2-Thunder Rage + 2-Duties of Nobility
- 4-Thunder Rage
- 4-Emblem of Severing Fate
For Yae Miko, players can choose to Elemental Mastery (EM) or Energy Refill (ER) Hourglass if Attack not available. ER is better if players play without Elemental Reaction, whereas EM is better in Reaction team.
Even if players compose Elemental Reactions, Attack/Electro/Critical still the best choice. However, one can also use EM/EM/EM as an alternative. For the artifact set, Troupe of 2-Wanderer + 2-Thundering Fury going up. Meanwhile, 4-Thunder Rage failed to take the top 3, beating only Noblesse Oblige and Emblem of Severed Fate.
Best Weapon For Yae Miko in Genshin Impact
As expected, Verity Kagura was the best weapon for Yae Miko. This provides a nice buff to his Elemental Skill, which is the star of his kit. For F2P players, Mappa Mare is a decent choice for Yae Miko. The Widsith is also an excellent choice if Catalyst comes from gacha.
- Kagura’s Truth
- Sky Atlas
- The Lost Prayer for the Holy Wind
- solar pearl
- Mappa Mare
Genshin Dampak Impact now available on Mobile, PC, PS4, and PS5. A Switch version is under development.
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