How To Build For Kuki Shinobu In Genshin Impact

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Master of all trades, the deputy leader of the Arataki gang, Kuki Shinobu, has finally stepped into the vast world Genshin Impact and the community is very excited. She is the only responsible member of the gang and cleans up after the other members. Kuki loves freedom and that is why he is part of the group.


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She is An Electro Sword user who is undoubtedly one of the most versatile and adaptable characters in the game. As such, our beloved masked woman has builds that range from support to physical attack DPS. He can fit into a multitude of roles and is a character worth having regardless of your requirements.

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Updated on May 25, 2023 by Axel Bosso: Still looking for the Kuki Shinobu building? Here we have the best options for her weapons, artifacts, and talents. We’ve updated this guide to keep it fresh with our current style guide and design rules.


The best weapon

Genshin Impact Kuki Shinobu's elemental skill

The versatility of this character gives you a variety of options for her weapons, and most of them aren’t hard to come by. Here are all the weapons you can use on Kuki based on your preferred playstyle.

The name of the weapon

Secondary statistics

Passively

Sword of Favoni

Charging with energy

Kuki’s critical hits have a charge option six energy behind her.

Iron stinger

Elemental mastery

Whenever Kuki hands out an Electro DMG, he increases all her DMG.

Rancor prototype

Physical DMG bonus

Kuki’s normal and charged attacks increase her ATK and DEF up to four times.

Amen to Kageuchi

ATK percentage

Kuki gains a Succession Seed when he uses his elemental skill. It can have up to three seeds. When Elemental Burst is used, all of its seeds are consumed charging energy for her.

Aquila Favonia

Physical DMG bonus

Increases Kuki’s ATK. What’s more, whenever she gets hurt, she does heals her and deals additional DMG surrounding opponents.

Sworn to freedom

Elemental mastery

Increases Kuki’s DMG. Additionally, whenever Kuki initiates an elemental reaction, ATK and normal, charged and falling ATK DMG for all party members it increases.

Most of the weapons mentioned above support different playstyles, so let’s look at them separately.

Sword of Favoni

This weapon has a single purpose, and that is to get Kuki’s Elemental Burst back asap. While it has a ton of energy charge, its passive also provides a fair amount of energy particles. Kuki’s Elemental Burst can trigger an electro reaction up to six times if you trigger it when her HP is below 50 percent. That’s why this weapon is perfect if you’re trying to use it as an Support that triggers a lot of reactions. It is best used in Electric charge and overload teams that include Kuki.

Iron Sting and Sworn to Freedom

Both weapons grant Kuki elemental mastery while mitigating damage when she uses her skills. These swords are also incredibly suitable for A reaction-based playstyle because the more EM you have, the more damage your reactions will do. Additionally, Freedom-Sworn can mitigate the damage of your entire team, which can also help your main DPS.

Amen to Kageuchi

While the ATK percentage provided by Sub-Stat is good, the main reason to use this weapon is its passive, as it matches up strongly with Kuki. Usually, your characters will be at full health when you start a fight, and so should you use your elemental skill at least twice to drop Kuki’s HP below 50 percent where it shines. The passive ability of this weapon activates when you do this, helping to restore your elemental burst energy very quickly.

Rancor and Aquila Favonia prototype

While these weapons stand out, they can be extremely good for Kuki who uses a specific playstyle. Her usual attack talent has unusually high percentages for her normal, charged, and dive attacks. So using Kuki Shinobu as a physical DPS on the field is a viable strategy. Both weapons support this playstyle while increasing her damage output.

Best Artifact Sets

Genshin Impact Artifact Inventory

Just like the weapons Shinobu can use various sets of artifacts.

Artifact name

A two-part bonus

Four part bonus

Milelite hardness

+20% HP

When Kuki’s elemental skill hits an enemy, the whole party’s ATK and shield power increase.

Nobility obliges

+20% DMG Elemental Burst

Increases the ATK of the entire party by 20% for 12 seconds after using Elemental Burst.

Thunderous fury

+15% Electro DMG bonus

Increases all Electro Reaction damage by 40% and reduces elemental skill CD for one second every time an electroreaction is initiated.

Pale flame

+25% physical DMG bonus

When her elemental skill hits an opponent, increases her ATK by 9% for seven seconds. Obtaining two sets of this provides a 100% bonus to her two-part effect.

All of the artifact sets mentioned above focus on different playstyles for Kuki.

Perseverance and nobility

Both sets are perfect if you plan to use Kuki as a support character. The only way to get Tenacity is to farm his domain, but it is provides extra HP that can help Kuki heal a lot more.

On the other hand, Noblesse can also gain Be your artifacts however, Elemental Burst’s DMG bonus doesn’t help her much because Kuki doesn’t do enough damage on her Burst. Generally it would be Tenacity of the Millelith Kuki’s best set of artifacts in the Support playstyle slot.

Thunderous fury

This artifact set is perfect for Kuki if you plan to use her in a reaction-based team build. The reaction damage boost is extremely important, but it also means you won’t have the ATK bonus for your party and its healing ability will be significantly reduced. Additionally, Thundering Fury can be a particularly painful domain to farm.

Pale flame

This is for Physical Main DPS Cookie users out there. The artifact set is entirely built around dealing physical damage, and the passive almost feels like it’s made for it. Easily acquired up to 50 percent physical DMG bonus and keep it active all the time, especially if you have her Constellation two.

Artifact stat priority

Genshin Impact Kuki Shinobu surprised

Depending on your playstyle, the Artifact Stat priority for Kuki can vary significantly. To know the best artifact set and stats for it, you first need to make sure what playstyle you want.

Medical support

Artifact type

Main stat priority

Substat priority

blossom

HP

HP percentage > EM > Energy Recharge > ATK percentage

A pen

ATC

HP percentage > EM > Energy Recharge > ATK percentage

Sand

HP percent

EM > Energy charging

A cup

HP percentage/EM

EM/HP Percentage > Energy Charge

Circle

HP percentage/EM

EM/HP Percentage > Energy Charge

Reaction based support

Artifact type

Main stat priority

Substat priority

blossom

HP

EM > Energy Recharge > HP Percentage

A pen

ATC

EM > Energy Recharge > HP Percentage

Sand

EM

Energy Charge > HP Percentage > ATK Percentage

A cup

HP percent

EM > Energy Recharge > ATK Percentages

Circle

EM

Energy Charge > HP Percentage > ATK Percentage

Physical DPS

Artifact type

Main stat priority

Substat priority

blossom

HP

Crit Rate/DMG > ATK Percentage > EM

A pen

ATC

Crit Rate/DMG > ATK Percentage > EM

Sand

ATK percent

Crit Rate/DMG > EM > HP percentage

A cup

Physical DMG bonus

Crit Rate/DMG > ATK Percentage > EM

Circle

Critical Rate/DMG

Crit DMG/Rate > ATK Percentage > EM

Talent advantage

Kuki Shinobu creates many purple crystals in the air.

Like every other character in Genshin Impact, Kuki has a Shinobu three active and three passive talents in her set. Active talents can be upgraded with materials up to level ten, while passive talents remain at level one.

If you’re an avid Kuki player, you’ll want to upgrade all of her talents as much as possible. But sometimes there is simply not enough material for this and you have to prioritize them. The advantage of her talent also depends on the playstyle you choose.

  • For Healing Support game styleI would like to focus on her elemental skill first, followed by her elemental burst and finally her normal attack. It’s worth noting here that you’ll most likely never use her basic attacks in this playstyle, so you might as well leave her normal attack talent at level one.
  • Second, for A reaction-based support style, Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst have equal priority, so you can upgrade one of them first. Again, no need to level up your normal attacks.
  • Finally, for Physical DPS playstyleI would like to first it improves its normal attacks, then elemental skill and finally elemental burst.

Kuki Shinobu Constellations

Kuki Shinobu in a black background with purple magic around her.

Kuki has a set of six constellations that enhance her abilities in various ways. While not a Constellation-dependent character, it does have some unique and interesting features.

  1. Increases area of ​​effect for her Elemental Burst by 50 percent.
  2. Increases the duration of her elemental skill for three seconds.
  3. Increases her elemental skill level after three levels.
  4. Every five seconds when a character is within Kuki’s elemental skill and their normal, charged, or diving attacks hit enemies, the Thundergrass tag lands on them, dealing 9.7 percent of Kuki’s HP as AoE Electro DMG.
  5. Increases her elemental burst level after three levels.
  6. Shinobu she gains 150 Elemental Mastery when her HP drops below 25 percent for 15 seconds. Furthermore, whenever he receives a death blow, Kuki does not succumb to death and lives with one HP instead. This effect can be triggered once every 60 seconds.

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