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Link Genshin Impact Yoimiya Guide: Best Build & Team

Kosaka Nao

Ayaka has only just arrived, and everyone is still exploring Inazuma, but the second 5-Star Genshin Impact character, fireworks expert Yoimiya, is already waiting in line. Let’s find a great build for our next pyrotechnician since it’s never too early to look at upcoming Genshin Impact characters!

Yoimiya will appear on the Genshin Impact 2.0 Wish Banner, which is scheduled to be released on August 10. Based on what we know about this Pyro character thus far, here is a roadmap to an early Yoimiya build.

Yoimiya’s Attack

Normal Attack

Performs up to five quick shots with the Bow.

Charged Attack

Deals increased Pyro damage. Yoimiya’s Charged Attack has two charge levels:

  • Charge Level 1: The arrow is infused with Pyro.
  • Charge Level 2: Can charge up to three additional Kindling Arrows (depending on duration of the charge) and releases them together with the aimed Pyro shot.

Plunging Attack

Releases an arrow shower at the moment of initiation, dealing AOE damage. Yoimiya shall continue to perform her plunging attack.

Genshin Impact Yoimiya

Yoimiya’s Abilities

Yoimiya may appear to be a specialised Pyro DPS at first appearance, but she is also a team player with essential support abilities. Her base attack is similar to Keqing’s, which is fairly excellent, albeit significantly lower compared to some of Genshin Impact’s strongest 5-star primary DPS characters like Xiao, Ayaka, and Eula. Yoimiya’s attacks are based on fast Pyro shots with a high Critical Rate and Critical Damage. Her Ascension stat is also Critical Rate.

Yoimiya’s Elemental Skill is likely her most crucial attack, since it converts all Normal Attack damage to Pyro and grants an additional damage bonus. Her more time-consuming Charged Attack appears to be a bit weak in comparison, and her Normal Attack, which lacks Pyro damage without the Elemental Skill buff, appears to be a bit weak. As soon as Yoimiya becomes the active character on the battlefield, she should activate her Elemental Skill.

Yoimiya’s Elemental Burst has a high Pyro damage potential, but make in mind that in single player, Yoimiya must swap places with an ally to utilise it. This ability, on the other hand, would be ideal for co-op, allowing players to trigger continual explosions while benefiting from Yoimiya’s Passive Skill attack buff.

Niwabi Fire-Dance (Elemental Skill)

  • Yoimiya sets a sparkler, which turns all of her Normal Attack arrows into fire arrows.
  • Her Normal Attack damage increases and is transformed to Pyro damage. However, while Niwabi Fire-Dance is active, she is unable to summon the three Kindling Arrows with her Charged Attack.
  • When Yoimiya leaves the battlefield, the effect is deactivated.

Ryuukin Saxifrage (Elemental Burst)

  • Yoimiya leaps to her feet and launches Pyro rockets at her opponents, causing AOE Pyro damage.
  • Aurous Blaze will be marked to one of the foes hit by Yoimiya’s Burst. If any ally (other than Yoimiya) hits the marked enemy with any attack, a Pyro AOE explosion will trigger.
  • If the enemy dies before the duration of the effects expires, the effects are passed on to another opponent.
  • The Aurous Blaze explosion can be triggered once every two seconds. If Yoimiya is consumed, the influence ends.

Ascension 1 – Tricks of the Trouble-Maker (Passive 1)

  • Yoimiya’s Normal Attack shots will raise her Pyro Damage bonus by 2% while the effects of her Elemental Skill are active.
  • This effect has a three-second duration and a maximum stack count of 10.

Ascension 4 – Summer Night’s Dawn (Passive 2)

  • Yoimiya’s allies earn a 10% attack bonus whenever she utilises her Elemental Burst.
  • The amount of ‘Tricks of the Trouble-Maker’ stacks grants an additional attack boost. One layer is equivalent to 1% greater attack boost.

Unlocked Blazing Match (Passive 3)

Yoimiya has a 100% chance to refund some of the materials when crafting Landscape, Decoration, or Ornament Furnishings in the Serenitea Pot.

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Best Yoimiya Build

Weapon Options

We’ve got a luxury problem. There are too many wonderful Bows for Yoimiya to pick from. As there are currently many of Bows focusing on Attack Power increase, Critical Rate, or Critical Damage, picking any of them can make for a strong Yoimiya build.

That said, the Amos Bow might be the greatest option for Yoimiya as it enhances both her Attack Power and her Normal Attack damage. Thundering Pulse (Critical Damage) and Skyward Harp (Critical Rate) are both powerful alternatives, but Thundering Pulse is arguably the better option if you don’t lack Critical Rate. Finally, as we strongly recommend choosing Yoimiya’s Normal Attacks over her Charged Attacks, the 4-Star Rust Bow is a wonderful complement as well.

Amos’ Bow (5-Star) – Has Attack Power as its secondary stat. This Bow’s passive ability can improve Yoimiya’s Normal Attack even further, as it increases both Normal and Charged damage by 12-24 percent . Firing a Normal or Charged shot delivers further 8-16 percent damage for every 0.1 seconds that the arrow remains in the air (up to five times) (up to five times). Needless to say, don’t stand too close to your objective.

Thundering Pulse (5-Star) – Has Critical Damage as a secondary stat. Further enhances Attack by 20 percent and grants one stack of ‘Thunder Emblem’ if Normal Attacks inflict damage (stack lasts for five seconds), if Yoimiya casts an Elemental Skill (lasts for ten seconds), or her Energy is less than 100 percent (stack lasts until Energy is filled) (stack lasts until Energy is filled). One, two, and three stacks of Thunder Emblem deal 12, 24, or 40 percent greater Normal Attack Damage correspondingly.

Rust (4-Star) – This Genshin Impact Bow enhances Normal Attack damage by 40 percent , but decreases Aimed (Charged) Shots by 10 percent . But guess what? As Yoimiya’s Charged Attack is not that great anyway, this is a great trade-off.

Best Yoimiya Artifacts

Yoimiya has Critical Rate as her Ascension stat, which is great news for those who struggle to roll Critical Rate stats on their Artifacts. That means you can concentrate on Pyro Damage and Critical Damage (try getting the latter as her Circlet Artifact stat).

Although Crimson Witch of Flames appears to be the logical choice, if you have Shimenawa’s Reminiscence, consider it. It appears that exchanging Energy to make her Elemental Skill effects completely overpowered is a reasonable trade-off. If you don’t have a complete or better set, you can always rely on a pair of Gladiator’s Finale for a great attack boost.

Crimson Witch of Flames – (2) Grants a 15% Pyro Damage bonus. (4) Overloaded and Burning damage is increased by 40%, and Vaporize and Melt by 15%. If you use an Elemental Skill, the 2-piece effect is increased for 50% for 10 seconds (maximum of three stacks).

Shimenawa’s Reminiscence – (2) Grants an 18% Attack bonus. (4) Casting an Elemental Skill causes Yoimiya to lose 15 Energy (only if she has at least 15) but her Normal, Charged and Plunging Attack Damage is increased by 50% for a duration of ten seconds.

Gladiator’s Finale – (2) Gives an 18% Attack Power increase.

Best Team for Yoimiya

  • Top Tier Team
    • Main DPS: Yoimiya
    • Sub DPS: Kazuha, Venti (Crowd Control), Beidou (Overloaded)
    • Support: Bennett (Buff and Elemental Resonance)
  • Budget Team
  • Main DPS: Yoimiya
    • Sub DPS: Beidou, Fischl, Sucrose, Xiangling
    • Support: Bennett, Noelle, Xinyan

Talent Materials

  • Talent Level-Up Material: Teachings/Guide/Philosophies of Transience
  • Common Ascension Material: Divining/Sealed/Forbidden Curse Scroll
  • Weekly Material: Dragon Lord’s Crown

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