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News Tag: Genshin Impact 4 4

  • Genshin Impact 4.4: A Concise Overview Of Yae Miko - Weapons, Artifacts & More

    Posted: Mar 01, 2024

    With the reappearance of Yae Miko’s Banner, now it’s perfect time to provide an enhanced and user-friendly Genshin Impact build guide for optimizing Yae Miko's potential. I will cover weapons choices, artifact sets and more you need to know about. So let's dive in.

    If you are interested in Yae Miko, you can get a Genshin Impact Account with this character.


    For weapons, choosing the right one is crucial. The Kagura's Verity is obviously her signature weapon and is tailor made for Yae Miko. Even the buffs stack 3 times every time you cast an elemental skill, which is perfect for Yae Miko because she casts her elemental skill 3 times. So, if you have this, obviously pick this one.

    If you’re looking for alternatives, A Thousand Floating Dreams is actually a good pick for Yae Miko, especially if you’re trying to run a dendro team. Other viable options include the Skyward Atlas, Lost Prayer to the Sacred Winds, and Memory of Dust for 5-star weapons.

    Among 4-star options, the Widsith stands out as the best choice. It’s technically her best four-star weapon, so if you have the opportunity to obtain it, you should pick it. While the Solar Pearl can be a good pick, especially if you weave in normal attacks with your charge combos, the Widsith remains the preferred option.

    Considering the recent Fontaine content update, the Flowing Purity emerges as a viable weapon choice for Yae Miko. It enhances elemental damage, making it a favorable option. However, it comes with a caveat - you’ll need a healer capable of clearing the 1,000 HP Bond of Life effect triggered when casting an elemental skill with Flowing Purity. Despite this requirement, it’s still a solid pick and currently stands as the best free-to-play weapon for Yae Miko.

    Artifact Sets

    When it comes to artifact sets, I recommend focusing on 2 specific sets: the Gilded Dream set and the Golden Troupe set. Avoid selecting any other sets if your goal is to optimize Yae Miko’s off-field damage output. The Golden Troupe set proves to be highly effective, offering significant viability, especially if Yae Miko isn’t frequently kept on the field.

    For those aiming to build Elemental Mastery teams or dendro-focused setups, the Gilded Dream set remains an excellent choice. This set provides valuable buffs to both attack and Elemental Mastery, enhancing Yae Miko’s performance in such team compositions.


    When selecting artifact main stats for Yae Miko, consider prioritizing either attack percentage or Elemental Mastery for the Sands slot. In the Goblet slot, opt for Electro Damage to maximize her elemental capabilities. For the Circlet slot, choose either CRIT Rate or CRIT Damage based on your team’s needs.

    In terms of substats, prioritize crit rate and crit damage for optimal damage output. As a secondary priority, focus on attack percentage and Elemental Mastery, ensuring that your team has sufficient Energy Recharge to sustain Yae Miko’s abilities.

    Constellations & Talents

    If you’re not aiming for Constellation 6 (C6), Constellation 2 (C2) serves as the ideal stopping point for Yae Miko. This constellation enhances her turrets by increasing their level and extending their range to cover a significant portion of the Abyss Floor, allowing her to effectively target enemies across various distances.

    When developing the talents of the Yae Miko, priority is given to Elemental Mastery talents, followed by burst ability. Finally is her normal attack. You can afford to neglect her normal attack in favor of maximizing the effectiveness of her Elemental Skill and burst damage.

    Team Compositions

    When forming teams for Yae Miko, it’s important to note that she excels as an off-field damage dealer, primarily deploying turrets to deal damage. Therefore, she functions well as a sub DPS alongside various teammates. Here are some of my team composition recommendations:

    • Raiden Shogun Team: This team mirrors the national team composition, but with the addition of 2 pyro characters: Bennett and Xiangling. Include Yae Miko and Raiden Shogun in the lineup. Yae Miko serves as the sub DPS, while Raiden Shogun acts as the main DPS, utilizing overloads with Xiangling and benefiting from Bennett’s buffs and healing.
    • Aggro-Based Team: Construct a team featuring Zhongli, Nahayaiko, and Thoma. The flexibility of this team allows for interchangeability based on your roster. Nahida, Yae Miko can be substituted with Yaoyao, and Thoma with Albedo. Zhongli functions as the primary shielder, while Yae Miko deploys turrets and synergizes with Thoma, Nahida and Yae Miko for quicken and aggro reactions.
    • Chevreuse Team: This team centers around overloads, leveraging Chevreuse Ascension 4 passive to enhance damage for both Electro and Pyro characters. Include Chevreuse, Yae Miko, and Bennett for added healing. While overload reactions may occur frequently, survivability is generally not a concern, making this team effective against bosses.
  • Genshin Impact 4.4: Is Gaming Worth Being Pulled As F2P At C0?

    Posted: Jan 05, 2024

    Here, I am going to talk about Gaming in Genshin Impact's upcoming 4.4 update and determine if he is worth for F2P

    To help you understand him better, I will go over his skill, burst, and then talents followed by an assessment. 

    If you have played the game Genshin Impact, you will know that generally new characters are very difficult to pull. You need to accumulate enough Primogems in advance to have a chance to obtain them. Therefore, buying Genshin Impact Accounts directly will be your best choice!


    Beginning with his skill, Gaming basically moves forward and then shoots up into the air where he gets a special attack. 

    Using this specific attack, he essentially descends and inflicts pyro damage, which scales separately from the standard plunge attack scaling.

    With the skill, he will also lose 15% of his max HP each time but he will not lose HP if he is below 10% HP. 

    The skill has a 6-second cooldown, which is actually pretty good. But the reason why the skill may seem a little basic other than the fact he is a 4-star is because of how it is used during the burst. 


    Through his burst ability, Gaming will summon a lion and receive an initial set amount of healing. Won’t be lion, it will run to a target and deal AoE pyro damage, and then will link up with Gaming again by rolling back to him. 

    Once linked up, Gaming's skill cooldown will reset and will allow him to do the skill again. Since the skill uses some HP, if Gaming's HP is above 50% after using the skill, then the lion will deploy again and do the same thing, and then reset his cooldown again. 

    The primary source of his damage emanates from this aspect, and I find it intriguing as it truly highlights his skill.

    The thing with the skill though is that it consumes 15% of max HP so it’ll only take 4 uses of the skill to get below 50%. So, you really do need a healer to keep him above 50% to get max skill uses. 


    Now that the burst and skill are out of the way, I’ll get into his talents

    With his first talent, it basically states that when using the plunge attack during his skill duration, he will regain 6% of HP, so in reality he would only be losing 9% HP during each skill. This does make it better where he can have up to 6 uses of the skill during the burst. But since HP can fluctuate from enemies hitting you and whatnot it still is ideal to have a healer. 

    The second talent is kinda similar to Bennett’s burst, where if he has above 50% HP then his plunging damage is increased by 20%. And if he has less than 50% HP then his incoming healing bonus is increased by 20%. This is once again a reason why it’s important to keep him above 50% to maintain the maximum damage output possible for him. 

    Lastly, his third talent increases movement speed by 10% throughout the day, which is the opposite of Rosaria who does it throughout the night. This could prove beneficial since they complement each other, enabling a consistent movement speed when used together. 


    Overall, I do think that Gaming has huge potential to deal insane amounts of damage in melt teams or maybe even vaporize teams where you can use Kokomi to heal while applying hydro

    However, if you have his first constellation, which basically states that the lion in his burst will heal him for 15% HP, you likely don’t need a healer anymore and now have an open slot.

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