Yae Miko is a 5-star Electro Catalyst character that has been part of Genshin Impact since patch 2.5 during the Traveler's journey through Inazuma. Miko without constellations is often compared to Fischl, when in reality, Miko and Fischl are often played together. Both excel in off-field "turret" damage, but as a 5-star unit, Miko has an exceptionally powerful Burst, whereas Fischl can only resummon Oz, her source of off-field damage. This guide to the best Genshin Impact Yae Miko build will explain the best weapons, artifact sets, constellations, and team compositions for Miko.
Table of Contents:
- How to Get Yae Miko
- Yae Miko Gameplay Overview
- Yae Miko Talents and Attack Combos
- Yae Miko Constellation Analysis
- Yae Miko's Best Weapons
- Yae Miko's Best Artifacts
- Yae Miko's Best Teams
How to Get Yae Miko in Genshin Impact
Yae Miko first debuted on the limited-time banner in patch 2.5, but has since had reruns of her banner and will likely have more in the future. The only option for getting her is to wait and save primogems for her.
Genshin Yae Miko Gameplay Overview
Miko is an off-field DPS who demands more field time than typical off-field units. When using her Elemental Burst every rotation and keeping her fox spirit turrets up, Yae Miko approaches the field time of an on-field DPS. This is mainly because Miko needs to use her skill three consecutive times for maximum power, then after Bursting, use them three additional times. Each instance of three uses takes a total of about two seconds. When you add in character swapping, Burst animations, and downtime mid-combat (such as getting hit), she takes 6-8 seconds on-field per rotation (a rotation is a series of Normal Attack, Skill, Burst, and character swap inputs in a particular order within a certain span of time, often between 20-25 seconds, that can be repeated for maximum DPS output).
Miko can be played in a variety of ways, but since Dendro's release, she is best suited in teams dedicated to Quicken and occasionally Hyperbloom reactions, as the new element gave most Electro characters a sizeable buff. For more info regarding elemental reactions, check out the Comprehensive Guide to Elemental Reactions. Aside from this, Miko could be played without focusing on reactions to a comparable level of competence when buffed with characters like Kujou Sara, Kazuha, and Bennett.
Despite Miko being an off-field character, it helps to give her some kind of interruption resistance if there's room for this on the team, since Miko is vulnerable during each use of her Skill, and she'll be using her Skill plenty.
While you can play Miko as an on-field driver (a Normal Attacking unit who triggers teammates' talents which synchronize with Normal Attacks), there are two main ways to build her.
- Bursting Every Rotation
- Bursting Every Other Rotation
Frankle, Miko's energy requirements are massive if you intend to burst every rotation: above 200% without an Electro unit who provides substantial energy to the team. There are only two "batteries" in Electro that adequately serve this function: her canon companion, the Raiden Shogun, and Fischl. If Miko has an Electro battery on the team, she can comfortably Burst every rotation with 160% Energy Recharge. If you do not want to feel restricted with team compositions, opting to Burst every other rotation is recommended.
All this said, Yae Miko is usually best if you have Fischl (ideally with all her Constellations) or Raiden Shogun (a limited-access archon) on your account before acquiring her. Luckily, Fischl has several free ways to acquire her, such as Paimon's Bargains.
Genshin Yae Miko Talents and Attack Combos
Your talent-leveling priority should be: Skill >= Burst > Normal Attack
Miko's Normal Attacks deal Electro damage and apply Electro to an enemy once every three hits or two seconds (whichever occurs first), giving her Normal Attacks "Standard Internal Cooldown (ICD)" for elemental application. All Catalyst-wielders have this effect on their Normal Attacks. Because of this, attacking on-field with Yae Miko can sometimes lead to greater DPS when the Quicken reaction is applied to enemies.
Miko's Skill has three charges, each with a 4-second cooldown. Each use summons a fox totem (i.e. a turret) that periodically hits a random enemy within its range periodically while moving Miko in a certain direction. However, you will only get the most damage out of her skill when you place three totems close to each other (often a triangle formation). Each totem that's connected to another "levels up" the power and damage potential. If you do not Burst every rotation, you'll need to refresh these totems about every 14 seconds.
Miko's Burst deals up to four powerful instances of Electro damage in the forms of enormous lightning bolts: one plus one for each turret that was active as she uses her Burst. When equipping the 4pc Emblem of Severed Fate (a great set for focusing on her Burst damage and a good source of Energy Recharge), a C0 Miko can deal anywhere between 70k and 100k damage per Burst bolt. The totems are consumed at the time of her Burst, meaning you'll need to resummon them. The biggest drawback, aside from energy requirements, is its long cooldown of 22 seconds. This will typically stretch team rotations to at least 22 seconds, but usually closer to 24 seconds. The longer a team's rotation is, the less a team's DPS is (usually). This means long rotations needs exceptionally strong characters to compensate for time. This is another reason why Bursting every other rotation may be preferable, as without her Burst, rotations can be much shorter.
Next, come her passives. Her first ascension passive resets the cooldown of all instances of her Skill upon using her Burst, so she can redploy turrets right away before switching off for the next character. This is a surprisingly essential ascension passive.
Miko's Fourth Ascension Passive adds modest Elemental Mastery scaling to her Skill damage. Before Dendro, this was a wastes passive, but because Aggravate (the Electro reaction during Quicken) scales off of both ATK and EM, this becomes much more useful in Quicken teams.
Finally, Miko's exploration passive can occasionally refund talent book materials.
For her combos, her time on field when Bursting every rotation is as such:
- Use Miko's Skill three times
- Switch to other party members for buffs, damage, or whatever benefits the team most
- Switch back to Miko before the turrets disappear (I recommend 5-10 seconds after switching off from her)
- Use Miko's Burst and immediately resummon her totems via her Skill
- Switch to other party members
When not using her Burst every rotation, simply refresh her turrets as they fade, so they are always available, and Burst when her energy tank is full.
Genshin Fischl Constellation Analysis
5-Star constellations are expensive and rare, so it is only recommended to use primogems for them if they're your favorite character. Once she has all 6 constellations, Miko's damage potential doubles.
|Constellation Name||Abbreviated In-Game Description||Notes|
|C1. Yakan Offering||Each timeMiko's Skillactivates a Burst bolt from a turret, Yae Miko will restore 8 Elemental Energy for herself.||24 Energy (8 x 3 thunderbolts) is an absolutely massive quality-of-life upgrade. This can help her Burst every rotation without a battery (as long as you keep her at 160%+ ER) and allows you to invest more into her damaging stats. A must-have for maximum team flexibility.|
|C2. Fox's Mooncall||Totemsstart at "Level 2" when created, their max level is increased to 4, and their attack range is increased by 60%.||Quite decent, but not the massive quality-of-life update that C1 provides.|
|C3. The Seven Glamours||Increase Skill talent level by 3.||Miko's Skill is her main source of damage in most scenarios, so this is reasonably strong.|
|C4. Sakura Channeling||WhenSesshou Sakuralightning hits opponents, theElectro DMG Bonusof all nearby party members is increased by 20% for 5s.||A typical DMG% Goblet will give 46.6% Elemental DMG. Think of this constellation as stapling half of one on your entire team. It's good, but definitely not worth all the constellations you need to acquire along the way.|
|C5. Mischievous Teasing||Increases Burst talent level by 3.||Valuable when Bursting every rotation, but much, much less valuable when not.|
|C6. Forbidden Art: Daisesshou||The Sesshou Sakura'sattacks will ignore 60% of the opponents' DEF.||Incredible. Defense Ignore is often better than shredding enemy DEF. Raiden Shogun's C2 also ignores DEF, and it's one of the strongest constellations in Genshin Impact. Miko's Skill becomes so powerful, you can slap a shield on her and stand still as enemies get blown up by her turrets.|
Genshin Yae Miko's Best Weapons
Miko mainly cares about CRIT, ATK, EM, and whe Bursting every rotation, Energy Recharge. While not all weapons are listed, keep in mind as a rule of thumb that many 5-star options outperform all 4-star options on most characters as long as you keep the stats each character appreciates in mind.
|Weapon Name||Abbreviated In-Game Description||Notes|
66.2% CRIT DMG
|When using an Elemental Skill, Elemental Skill DMG of the character wielding this weapon increases by12%for 16s. Max 3 stacks. This character will gain12%All Elemental DMG Bonus when they possess 3 stacks.||Best Limited Banner Option.With a 3-use Skill and an appreciation for CRIT stats, this is by far Miko's best weapon choice. It's tailor made for her!|
|Increases Elemental DMG Bonus by12%. Normal Attack hits have a 50% chance to earn the favor of the clouds, which actively seek out nearby opponents to attack for 15s, dealing160%ATK DMG. Can only occur once every 30s.||Best Standard Banner Option. Occasionally Miko might appreciate using an Elemental Mastery Sands instead of ATK%. Skyward Atlas offers plenty of ATK% to compensate for this, and even with an ATK% Sands, Atlas pulls its weight as long as you can get good CRIT substats on artifacts. Lost Prayer to the Sacred Winds is a fine CRIT-based back-up option.|
|Oathsworn Eye (R5)|
|Increases Energy Recharge by48%for 10s after using an Elemental Skill.||Best 4-Star for Bursting Every Rotation. |
This weapon is locked behind a limited time event, meaning if you missed it, you likely will not get another chance at the weapon. However, if you do have this weapon, it mostly solves Miko's energy needs by itself, so long as you have an Electro battery still.
55.1% CRIT DMG
|When the character takes the field, they will gain a random theme song for 10s. This can only occur once every 30s. Recitative: ATK is increased by60-120%. Aria: Increases all Elemental DMG by96%. Interlude: Elemental Mastery is increased by480.||Best All-Around 4-Star Option. |
This weapon is at its best in Quicken teams, where it places above Oathsworn Eye. This is because there is no "bad" buff Miko can get from the weapon when she has access to Aggravate damage. However, even without reactions in mind, the Widsith is an exceptional weapon for almost any character.
|Normal Attack hits increase Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst DMG by20-40%for 6s. Likewise, Elemental Skill or Elemental Burst hits increase Normal Attack DMG by20-40%for 6s.||Battle Pass Option. |
Often competes with Widsith. It requires Miko to Normal Attack during rotations, but if you have more refinements on this than your Widsith, it may be worth giving Solar Pearl a chance.
|Magic Guide (R5)|
|Increases DMG against opponents affected by Hydro or Electro by24%.||Early Game Option for Quicken Teams.|
Offers a surprising amount of Elemental Mastery for a 3-star weapon, along with a near-permanent 24% DMG-bonus.
|Twin Nephrite (R5)|
15.6% CRIT Rate
|Defeating an opponent increases Movement SPD and ATK by20%for 15s.||General Purpose Early Game Option. |
Offers CRIT Rate and ATK%, which is more than most 3-star weapons can offer.
Genshin Yae Miko's Best Artifacts
There is no single 4pc artifact set that is universally best for Miko. Often, the easiest choice is a 2pc Electro DMG% set (Thundering Fury) paired with any 2pc ATK% set.
However, if you have better substats you can use 4pc Emblem of Severed Fate if Miko Bursts every rotation, or 4pc Gilded Dreams if you only plan to use her in Dendro teams.
Because of this, no table is needed to show priorities.
Genshin Yae Miko's Best Teams
Fischl is so flexible that she works in almost any team you can throw her in, but here are some of her most effective options.
These teams took Miko from an B-tier character to an A-tier character the moment the Dendro element was introduced. This team also maximizes Fisch's damage potential, who also doubles as an excellent battery for Miko and allows Miko to Burst every rotation.
Anemo characters wielding 4pc Viridescent Venerer can reduce enemy Electro resistance, which further amplifies Electro damage. If using two Dendro characters, the flex slot can be dedicated towards a healer, on-field DPS, or whatever else your team needs. Just make sure your Dendro character can help sustain Quicken on enemies if you're only using one.
Taser teams focus on the sheer amount of instances of minor Electro-Charged damage to melt an enemy's HP bar. This strategy has existed since Genshin Impact's launch and is one of the most free-to-play friendly teams to build.
Typically how the team works is you have a defensive unit, two or more characters that synergize with Normal Attacks, and then character who attacks quickly or deals the most damage when that DPS is using Normal Attacks. An Anemo character equipping 4pc Viridescent Venerer can reduce the resistances of both Hydro and Electro simultaneously, as when an enemy is Electro-Charged, both Electro and Hydro stay applied to the enemy.
The classic 4-star combination is Sucrose as the Anemo driver, Fischl and Beidou as off-field Electro DPS's (though Miko is a Beidou-upgrade in some cases), and Xingqiu as the defensive option and Hydro off-field DPS.
|Miko||Electro (Fischl for F2P)||Hydro (Xingqiu for F2P)||Anemo (Sucrose for F2P)|
Throw Every Reaction Possible At Once ("Soup" or "Overvape")
By using Miko alongside a Pyro, Hydro, and an optional Anemo unit, you can generate Electro-Charged, Overloaded, and Vaporize reactions constantly at enemies. Elemental Mastery buffs benefit this team quite a bit, but it's not worth building Elemental Mastery on the characters.
Usually in these teams, your on-field driver is either Hydro or Pyro, so pick a character from these two elements that specializes in on-field Normal Attacks. Ayato, Hu Tao, and Yoimiya are excellent driver choices.
|Miko||Pyro||Hydro||Flex or Anemo|
Raiden Shogun Teams
Miko was designed to work with her canon companion, the Raiden Shogun. In these teams, Raiden is the On-Field DPS, Miko is the Off-Field DPS, and the other two characters provide reactions, buff your Electro couple, or debuff your enemies by shredding resistances (Anemo characters with Viridescent Venerer or Zhongli). Nearly every Raiden team focusing on raw damage uses Bennet, a highly contested support due to his astronomical team-wide ATK buff and healing, and occasionally Xiangling, whose devastating Elemental Burst is funded by Raiden's incredible energy generation.
|Raiden Shogun||Miko||Flex (Anemo/Buffer/Debuffer)||Bennett (or Flex)|
(Kazuha does all three!)
Specific Teammate Choices
- Hydro Characters
- The best 4-star Hydro applicator. His Burst applies Hydro and deals respectable damage in synchonicity with the active character's Normal Attacks and the orbiting swords that act as defensive utility also apply Hydro to enemies when in direct contact.
- Mainly best for amplifying teammates DMG% while dealing high HP-scaling damage. Very similar to Xingqiu, but less application and no defensive utility. Yelan is a generically strong character.
- An excellent on-field Hydro DPS and driver for characters like Fischl, Beidou, Xingqiu, and Yelan.
- The best Hydro option if you want good healing and Hydro application rolled into one character.
- Dendro Characters
- The best choice for maximizing the damage potential of Dendro-based reactions like Quicken/Spread/Aggravate/Hyperbloom/Burgeon/Bloom. She needs almost no field time and shares EM with the active character.
- A shielder and healer all-in-one for teams focusing on Dendro-based reactions. Offers shields and plenty of healing to the party, all of which enhance reaction damage.
- Collei is best at supporting Quicken/Aggravate/Spread teams thanks to the duration and cooldown of her Skill allowing her to function well in very short (~15 second) and longer (~25 second) rotations. Collei will usually equip 4pc Tenacity of the Millelith and Elegy for the End, so make sure not to overlap this with Fischl.
- A dedicated shielder in Dendro for protecting fragile characters from being interrupted. Especially useful when Yae Miko is also on the team, but she usually doesn't provide enough Dendro application by herself.
- The most aggressive quickswap DPS. Originally one of the weakest characters in the game, the introduction of the Dendro element gave her a massive boost in playability due to her rapid Electro application.
- Raiden Shogun
- Miko's waifu and a powerful on-field DPS who generates energy for the entire team while using her Burst. She is strong in just about any team needing an Electro On-Field DPS and is best known for her ability to synergize with energy hungry characters like Xiangling, Xingqiu, and Bennett, while also being excellent Hyperbloom and Quicken abusers.
- Lisa is free from the beginning of the game and also gained a lot of viability thanks to Quicken being introduced to the game, allowing her to become an on-field DPS or support depending on team needs. Her Burst also shreds enemy defenses -- a very rare debuff. She is usually played on-field for Quicken teams, but can work in either role.
- Pyro Characters
- As long as you keep Yoimiya shielded, she is the easiest on-field Pyro DPS to use: just use her Skill and mash her Normal Attack to to deal great damage. Xingqiu or Yelan are essential teammates.
- Hu Tao
- While Yoimiya is the easiest on-field Pyro DPS to use, Hu Tao is the most difficult, but it pays off in raw damage output. Xingqiu or Yelan are essential teammates (preferably Xingqiu). Hu Tao also benefits greatly from having a shield.
- The best off-field Pyro DPS and perhaps the best overall off-field DPS in the game. She generates tons of damage and Pyro application without ICD with her energy-hungry Burst. However, she requires Bennett's support to function.
- Widely considered to be one of the strongest supports in the game, Bennett provides the party with an enormous Flat ATK buff equal to a percentage of Bennett's ATK (sometimes over 100%). Bennett also heals with his Burst and generates tons of Pyro energy particles with his tapped Skill and its 3-second cooldown. Bennett makes every team that cares about ATK better.
- Anemo Utility Options (all assumed to be equipping 4pc Viridescent Venerer)
- The best all-around choice for most Anemo needs. Kazuha scales well with EM, provides a huge DMG% buff to teammates depending on what elements he swirls in his Burst, offers good crowd control, and has short cooldowns on his entire kit.
- Sometimes better than Kazuha, depending on the team comp, due to her ability to share a portion of her Elemental Mastery with the team, wield Catalysts known for their support functions, and apply Anemo and Swirl with Normal Attacks. She offers crowd control and energy generation ontop of decent driving capabilities.
- The Anemo Archon and the god of crowd control. He can buff teammates while equipping Elegy for the End and is an excellent choice against large amounts of enemies.
- Jean or Sayu
- These characters fulfil similar roles in their ability to heal as well as Swirl. Jean has special synergy with Bennett, but since Bennett is less needed on these teams, we can argue that their usefulness is equivalent to one another.
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Often, the easiest choice is a 2pc Electro DMG% set (Thundering Fury) paired with any 2pc ATK% set. However, if you have better substats you can use 4pc Emblem of Severed Fate if Miko Bursts every rotation, or 4pc Gilded Dreams if you only plan to use her in Dendro teams.What artifacts and weapons are best for Yae Miko? ›
Kagura's Verity is the best weapon for Yae Miko in Genshin Impact. As most of Yae's damage comes from her Elemental Skill, the Catalyst's passive is perfectly designed for her. It easily boosts her Elemental Skill damage by 36% after she places all her Fox Turrets.What artifact set is best for Yae Genshin? ›
- Two-piece Thundering Fury and two-piece Gladiator's Finale.
- Two-piece Thundering Fury and two-piece Shimenawa's Reminiscence.
- Two-piece Thundering Fury and two-piece Emblem of Severed Fate.
|Substitute||1. Skyward Atlas 2. The Widsith 3. Mappa Mare|
|Best Artifact||Gilded Dreams x4|
|Artifact Stats||Sands: ATK% or EM Goblet: Electro DMG Bonus Circlet: Crit Rate/DMG|
|Priority Sub-Stats||1. Crit Rate/DMG 2. ATK% 3. Elemental Mastery 4. Energy Recharge|
Best Yae Miko F2P weapon - Hakushin Ring
This weapon provides extra energy recharge, which is crucial for Miko. If the user is involved in an Electro elemental reaction, which Miko always will be, it grants a 10 percent damage bonus to the other element involved in that reaction.
EiMiko is by far the most popular ship for Yae Miko. It is also one of Ei's two most popular ships, the other being EiSara. Both characters are often read as having one-sided (Sara) or mutual (Miko) crush on Ei.Is Hu Tao or Yae Miko better? ›
Yae Miko's kit is more flexible than Childe's and Hu Tao's, as she can deal consistent damage even when she's off-field thanks to her elemental skill. Doubling it down with Electro-Charged is definitely the way to go, as she pairs extremely well with a Hydro sub-DPS.Is Yae Miko stronger than Fischl? ›
Fischl has a fairly similar kit to Yae Miko which is probably the main reason why she's been included in this comparison. The given numbers show that Fischl actually performs better in certain aspects of the game which is quite surprising considering that she's a four-star character.What is Yae Miko's signature weapon? ›
Yae Miko's signature weapon is Kagura's Verity, and it's easily her best-in-slot option if you manage to get your paws on it. Its passive is perfectly tailored to her elemental skill, lasting the entire duration of her Tenko Thunderbolts, and it suits her in any playstyle or team comp.What is a good ratio for Yae Miko? ›
A 1:2 ratio for Crit Rate: Crit Damage is recommended for Yae Miko. Energy Recharge can vary from 140-200 % based on the team composition and the availability of an Electro battery.
One of the best 4-star weapons for Genshin Impact's Yae Miko is The Widsith. With Crit Damage as the secondary stat, the priestess will have constant high damage to her Crit hits. Furthermore, the passive skill for The Widsith also has one of the best effects for a 4-star weapon.Is Yae Miko worth C6? ›
Yes, getting Yae Miko's Constellations is worth it in Genshin Impact. Her C2 and C6 are her best Constellations since they help maximize her DMG, especially when she's off-field. For players that aren't planning to go all out on Yae, reaching her C2 is enough progression to get more DMG on her Elemental Skill.Is Yae Miko better than Shogun? ›
Raiden Shogun's supportive capabilities allow her to be useful for many other characters, even Yae Miko herself. On the contrary, Yae Miko exclusively focuses on dealing damage without offering any buff or support to her team. So if players want Miko as a support, they need to give her supportive equipment.Is Yae Miko Raiden's pet? ›
Yae Miko is known as Raiden Shogun's best friend and most loyal servant. She is also an Electro character who watches over the Grand Narukami Shrine in Inazuma. Even though she mainly appears in her human form, Yae Miko is actually a kitsune, which is a unique type of fox in Inazuma that can shapeshift.What boss does Miko need? ›
For farming Yae Miko ascension materials, I'd suggest going for the Bathysmal Vishap Herd boss fight. You will need to fight the vishaps anyways for another ascension material drop--Dragonheir's False Fin--so you might as well kill two birds with one stone.Who is the best support for Miko? ›
Xingqiu, without a doubt, is a top-tier Support and Sub-DPS to any character in Genshin Impact. When pairing him with Yae Miko, both can deal decent damage, especially since Xingqiu's Hydro application is steady to the point where he can help Yae Miko trigger most of the Electro-Charged reactions.Is Miko worth pulling? ›
She's a great primary source of Electro application and has a nice “set and forget” playstyle with her Elemental Skill. Her Elemental Burst offers nice damage, and combined with her Skill, gives her one of the best single-target damage outputs across Electro characters.What is the best 4 star artifact for Yae Miko? ›
The best Yae Miko build will make use of Thundering Fury, the Electro DMG Artifact set in Genshin Impact. Because Yae Miko procs a heap of Elemental Reactions, she can make use of the 4-Piece Set very effectively.What drops does Yae Miko use? ›
Yae Miko's Talent Materials
To upgrade Yae Miko's talents, she needs some Mora, the Light series of talent books, and some more Handguards. She'll also need one of the materials dropped by the newest weekly boss challenge, Magatsu Mitake Narukami no Mikoto and some Crowns of Insight.
As a kitsune, Yae Miko has the same lifespan as an Adeptus from Liyue, often living for multiple centuries. At the current point in the story, Yae Miko's age is at least 500 years old.
After that, Kallen vowed to protect her and the villagers. Sakura had never had anyone who defended her, so she fell in love with Kallen.Is Yae Miko rare? ›
Yae Miko is rare among Genshin Impact characters because she works with nearly all of the Artifacts. As long as you're focusing on equipping her with Artifacts that will boost her Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst, you'll find it easy to set her up.Who is Hu Tao in love with? ›
Since Hu Tao is Zhongli's boss at Wangsheng Funeral Parlor, Zhongli was assumed to have a relationship with Hu Tao. The ZhongTao ship is generally seen as an example of the common "tall boyfriend x short/petite girlfriend couple" motif in films, mangas, animes, light novels .Who is Hu Tao shipped with? ›
Who does Hu Tao get shipped with? ZhongTao is the het ship between Zhongli and Hu Tao from the Genshin Impact fandom.Is Hu Tao or Bennett better? ›
11 Not Knowing When To Use Bennett With Hu Tao
Bennett's burst offers a massive buff in damage, while also healing in the process. While Bennett's healing might not be fully practical, it heals greatly on every tick. Since Hu Tao gets stronger when her HP is below 50%, Bennett's healing will be an overheal for her.
Though she's very much capable as a fighter, she mostly keeps to herself in doing Liyue's paperwork and keeping administrative matters in order. She's also notably weaker compared to other more accomplished Adepti like Xiao.Is Yae Miko or Childe stronger? ›
Childe is one of the best units in the game to take advantage of Elemental Reactions. On the other hand, Yae Miko brings a massive amount of off-field damage, especially in Dendro teams or with the right buffers. Fans can find reasons to pull either Childe or Yae Miko below.Is Yae Miko a good 5-star? ›
Yae Miko is a very flexible character when it comes to building her. A lot of weapons and Artifact sets work well with her kit, making her a great choice for all players, whether you have limited options or are a baller whale out with all the 5-star weapons and Artifacts.Who is the pink hair girl in Genshin Impact? ›
Yae Miko bears a strong resemblance to Yae Sakura who has long pink hair and purple eyes. She has her hair tied loose into a low tail with a golden accessory on the back and low pink fox ears with earrings which contains the Electro Vision.Who is the pink character in Genshin? ›
Yae Miko is known for her kindness and has an air of mystery surrounding her. The pink-haired priestess is also an “old friend” of Morax and a close friend to Raiden Shogun.
In addition, she has five tails, each of which is equivalent to a hundred years for representatives of this species. Therefore, Yae Miko is over 500 years old. Outwardly, Guji looks 20-27 years old.Does Yae Miko do a lot of damage? ›
Each of her Fox Turrets will explode when Yae Miko uses her Elemental Burst, so players can end up dealing far higher damage compared to her Burst alone. For comparison, at level 10, her initial Burst damage has a 468% multiplier. But with three Sesshou Sakuras, the numbers accumulate to 2268%.What artifact stats are good for Yae Miko? ›
Genshin Yae Miko's Best Artifacts
Often, the easiest choice is a 2pc Electro DMG% set (Thundering Fury) paired with any 2pc ATK% set. However, if you have better substats you can use 4pc Emblem of Severed Fate if Miko Bursts every rotation, or 4pc Gilded Dreams if you only plan to use her in Dendro teams.
The first concept combines the Electro user Yae Miko with Hu Tao who is known as the 77th Director of the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor. The concept features Hu Tao's overall color theme and Yae Miko's base model.What artifacts work for Yae Miko? ›
- Gladiator's Finale/Shimenawa Reminiscence - ATK Buff.
- Emblem of Severed Fates - Energy Recharge.
- Thundering Fury - Electro DMG Bonus.
- Noblesse Oblige - Increase Elemental Burst DMG.
The best Yae Miko build will make use of Thundering Fury, the Electro DMG Artifact set in Genshin Impact. Because Yae Miko procs a heap of Elemental Reactions, she can make use of the 4-Piece Set very effectively.What weapon type does Yae Miko use? ›
Yae Miko's signature weapon is Kagura's Verity, and it's easily her best-in-slot option if you manage to get your paws on it. Its passive is perfectly tailored to her elemental skill, lasting the entire duration of her Tenko Thunderbolts, and it suits her in any playstyle or team comp.What are the best Yae Miko artifacts stats? ›
The best stats to aim for on Yae Miko's Artifacts are the traditional Attack/Electro/Crit. Most of her damage comes from her Elemental Skill, so items that buff her Burst aren't optimal. For Yae Miko, players can opt for an Elemental Mastery (EM) or Energy Recharge (ER) Hourglass if Attack is unavailable.Is Yae Miko or Yoimiya better? ›
Yae Miko is probably the strongest off-field DPS character in the game, and she's a must-have unit for most AFK team compositions in Genshin Impact.Is Yae Miko better than Raiden Shogun? ›
Raiden Shogun's supportive capabilities allow her to be useful for many other characters, even Yae Miko herself. On the contrary, Yae Miko exclusively focuses on dealing damage without offering any buff or support to her team. So if players want Miko as a support, they need to give her supportive equipment.
EiMiko is the femslash ship between Raiden Ei and Yae Miko from the Genshin Impact fandom.How old is Hu Tao? ›
|Hu Tao||20||July 15|
7 Yae Miko, At Least 500 Years Old
As a kitsune, Yae Miko has the same lifespan as an Adeptus from Liyue, often living for multiple centuries. At the current point in the story, Yae Miko's age is at least 500 years old.
Players who got C6 Yae Miko can now enjoy her ignoring a whopping 60% of enemies' DEF on her Elemental Skill. That kind of DMG combined with the Electro and Dendro reaction in Genshin Impact will provide some crazy off-field numbers and add more effectiveness to the team.What is the recommended Elemental Mastery for Yae Miko? ›
Kagura's Verity is one of the best weapons for Yae Miko in Genshin Impact. This weapon provides a significant boost to her Elemental Skill damage stacking up to 3 times for a maximum of 36%, and a further 12% Elemental DMG bonus upon hitting three stacks.How old is Yae Sakura? ›
|Rozaliya Olenyeva||14 (approx)||149cm|