Genshin Impact: All Yae Miko Constellations Explained

Version 2.5 of Genshin Impact “When the Sakura Bloom” is finally here, bringing with it not only the playable debut of Yae Miko, the Narukami Shrine’s Guji, and the game’s new 5-star Electro Catalyst user, but also a slew of new content. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about Yae Miko’s constellations so you’re ready to add Genshin Impact’s new electro sub-DPS to your team.

All Yae Miko Constellations Explained

Yae Miko is a sub-DPS, as previously stated. Her main goal isn’t to stay on the field the longest, but to deal massive damage while off of it, all while getting buffs from your supports and increasing the overall damage of your rotation.

As a result, all of her constellations work to improve this, allowing her to deal far more damage and generate more energy for herself, allowing her to use her Elemental Burst, which can nuke your enemies, at a faster rate. Now, as promised, you can take a look at all of Yae Miko’s constellations below:

C1 Yakan Offering: When Yae Miko’s Elemental Burst destroys one of her Sesshou Sakuras, it restores 8 energy particles, allowing it to deal extra massive damage. (Up to 24 particles can be restored.)

C2 Fox’s Mooncall: Her first Sesshou will now begin at Lv.2. Increases her Sesshou Sakuras’ maximum level to 4.

C3 The Seven Glamours: Increases her Elemental Skill’s maximum level to 15 by 3 levels.

C4 Sakura Channeling: This will increase the Electro damage bonus of all party members by 20% for 5 seconds after a Sesshou Sakura token deals damage to enemies. (Best for a sub-DPS on a Raiden Shogun composition).

C5 Mischeavous Teasing: Increases Yae Miko’s Elemental Burst level by 3 to its maximum level of 15.

C6 Forbidden Art: Daisesshou: Yae Miko’s attacks Sesshou tokens will ignore 60% of her’s opponent’s defense.

Aside from Yae Miko, version 2.5 of the game introduces a new set of enemies, a new weekly boss, and two new story quests: Yae Miko’s “Divina Vulpes Chapter: Act I – The Great Narukami Offering” and the Radien Shogun’s “Imperatrix Umbrosa Chapter: Act II – Transient Dreams.”

Aside from that, players will receive a new free 4-star Catalyst called Oathsworn Eye in this version.

Well, that’s all we have here about all Yae Miko constellations. We hope this guide helped you.

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