A Sub-DPS Kaeya build is a good choice when you want to linger on the field with a one-hit Skill. The Sub-DPS build is centered around a 2 PC Glad./Shim. combo with a Blizzard Strayer. This skill has a large range of damage, but it also smothers Pyro applications that Lavawalker needs to succeed. Despite this, you will need to consider some important points before you begin building a Sub-DPS Kaeya.
Ascension rank 1 passive talent
The passive talent ‘Kaeya’s Ascension’ provides a 20% reduction in Stamina spent when running. It is not possible to stack it with any other passive talent. You must have at least one ascension to level up the talent. Ascensions are a great way to improve your character, but there are limits to how many levels you can level up before ascending to the next rank.
Kaeya’s Ascention passive talent provides several benefits. Using Glacial Waltz, for example, will summon three icicles that follow him for eight seconds, dealing Cryo damage to enemies. You will also gain Elemental Particles every time you use Frostgnaw, which will reduce your Sprinting stamina requirement by 20%. Unlike many passive talents, Kaeya’s Ascension rank 1 passive talent does not stack with other talents.
Using this talent is a great way to enhance your damage output. You can also use your elemental burst to combo with other elements. Having a burst of this kind will freeze enemies for a short duration, making it easier to perform combos with other elements. You can also use it to protect yourself from incoming attacks. The elemental burst will also stay on enemies while you switch characters.
The Ascension stat of Kaeya is very helpful when using the elemental burst. It increases her attack scaling and decreases her Stamina usage by 20%. The last stat of this talent is ‘Energy Recharge’, which means that each ascension phase you complete, the Energy Recharge percentage will increase. The passive talent does not stack with any other passive talents.
The Kaiya’s main stats are attack and damage, so the best way to boost her attack and damage is to use artifact sets that increase these stats. For instance, a two-piece set will increase her physical damage by twenty percent, while a four-piece set will boost her attack by nine percent for seven seconds. The bonus stacks twice, and you can activate it every 0.3 seconds. You can find the materials you need for these sets in Mondstadt.
The best artifact sets for the Kaeya build are those that boost her elemental abilities and increase her damage output. These artifacts will also help her improve her functionality and flow. Artifact sets for the Kaiya build should increase the damage output from her attacks and elemental abilities. Generally, mixing and matching two-piece artifact sets will yield the best results. For example, the Cryo boosting artifact set from Blizzard Strayer is a great choice, as it will give her an additional fifteen percent of damage from Cryo.
The Kaiya builds have a few unique features that set them apart from others. One of them is Kaeya’s unique passive talent. It gives him the ability to heal based on his ATK, which makes him a great starting character for a Cryo or Hydro build. It is also helpful for him to have a Cryo shield, as this will prevent him from being affected by Cryo attacks from the enemy.
Physical Kaeya’s raw Attack stats are decent. She also amps damage to enemies affected by Cryo and Hydro. This 3* weapon can be refined to a 24% amp at rank five. Lastly, she has a great burst that is her main weapon, and she can activate the Harbinger of Dawn once every 15 seconds to deal 240% damage to a single target.
This Cryo character is perfect as a sub-DPS or DPS. She has high CRIT and movement speed and can activate elementary reactions related to Cryo. She can also freeze the ground for passage. The only negative to Kaeya is that she doesn’t have a skin yet. That said, she does have a very cool kitty. Kaeya is an excellent sub-DPS.
The Elemental Burst passive is another great option. This ability summons three icicles that deal Cryo DMG to enemies. They follow you around and regenerate 15% of your ATK. Frostgnaw regenerates 15 energy per use and can produce an additional icicle when used. Hidden Strength reduces sprinting Stamina consumption by 20%. The Elements of Death and Ice abilities can also be used in tandem.
The abyss order of the Khaenrians is a major weakness, so Kaeya’s off-field passive can decrease the party’s stamina consumption by 20%. Additionally, his high height makes it easy for him to traverse Teyvat. Moreover, his ability to freeze water makes him an excellent choice for a group of people. You can also use him in combat with other characters by using Frostgnaw.
There are a lot of weapon stats for Kaeya to consider when leveling her up. Her cold-blooded strike talent unlocks at ascension level one and regenerates 15% of her ATK on every hit. To maximize her ATK, she should focus on weapons with high ATK. For starters, you should start with three-star weapons like the Fillet Blade and Cool Steel. Fillet Blade has a 50% chance to deal 240% ATK to a single target.
One of Kaeya’s best weapons is her Skyward Blade. It increases her Crit Rate by 16 percent and triggers a spell known as Skypiercing Might. This spell also increases her attack speed and movement speed by 10%. It also increases her attack and damage with both charged and normal attacks by 15%. The Skyward Blade is very useful for long-term play and has considerable benefits. This weapon should be your primary pick for leveling Kaeya.
One weapon stat that you should consider for Kaeya is her Energy Recharge. She can use the sword to deal significant damage to enemies while avoiding damage herself. Her crit rate is high, but she uses her energy quickly, so it’s important to focus on weapons with high Energy Recharge. Otherwise, you’ll be fighting a long battle with a weak Kaeya. So you want to focus on weapons that can restore your energy and let you continue playing until the next boss reaches her level cap.
The best team comp for Kaeya is the Blizzard Strayer artifact set. This allows Kaeya to push her Crit Rate over 100% and focus on crit DMG. She also uses a variety of weapons, but her best ones are the Mistsplitter and Blackcliff Longsword. However, you can also use a variety of other weapons to maximize her DPS potential.
While Kaeya has plenty of options to pick up, she is most effective when paired with Sara, Baal, and Diona. In addition, she can be good paired with Prototype Rancour. And for her ultimate, she is good with Sucrose and Kazu. However, if you’re looking for a team comp to play on the sidelines, Kaeya is best paired with other characters that can provide support for her.
As for the sub DPS, Kaeya should be paired with characters that can benefit from her kit. Pyros, for example, are particularly good with Kaeya because her Melt can deal massive damage. If they team up with Kaeya, Xingqiu can apply Hydro to enemies continuously. As for support roles, Kaeya can be used to help out with damage or boost team DPS.
While Kaeya can also be used as a tank, her focus should be on high DPS. The main aim of this build is to make her a high-damage character that can be used in certain situations. In these situations, Kaeya can be used to boost other characters’ damage, especially if they have high Cryo. If you’re not a tank, you can use Kaeya with a Melt/Reverse Melt team composition. This team can benefit from Shenhe, which increases Kaeya’s Cryo output and grants her a 25% ATK buff.
A Character’s shield provides protection against damage in battle. Shields are larger the more health a character has and decrease in size when a character blocks an attack. The size of a shield can vary between characters, so you can find an ideal ratio by checking the character’s level. A damage dealer can equip a two-piece set, which can boost his defense. As the level increases, so do the abilities of the shield.
Shields protect the person wearing them from damage, either physical or scientific. Sometimes they are magical rings that render heroes invulnerable. For example, a vampire is invulnerable to natural sunlight, but his heart is pierced by a stake. Similarly, a starship has shields on its hull to protect from bombardment, but can be destroyed by powerful weapons. Despite the obvious advantages, character shields may have some drawbacks.
Shield protection can be useful for an Exalted character, and the shield can be used for more than just hiding. In a combat situation, the Shield-as-Weapon Technique gives the character the opportunity to use the shield as a weapon. It negates the off-hand penalty and has additional benefits. For example, a shield used as a weapon has a speed bonus of zero, an accuracy bonus of +1, a damage bonus of 3L, and a defence bonus of two. Moreover, it is also possible to use the shield as a weapon, but this is not recommended, as it will reduce the defensive bonus of the shield.