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Genshin Impact Sucrose Guide: Build, Weapons and Artifacts

Genshin Impact Sucrose Guide

Sucrose in Genshin Impact is a 4 star anemic heroine. In addition to gathering enemies, she increases your team's elemental mastery, which will allow you to inflict much more damage by promoting elemental reactions. To help you get the right build for her, we've put together a comprehensive guide to Sucrose. Our tips and tricks will help you know which weapons and artefacts to equip, who to play her with, etc.

How to get Sucrose in Genshin Impact ?

Portrait of Sucrose in Mondstadt

Sucrose is a 4 star character, you have a small chance to summon him in the Standard Wishes and Character Event Wishes.

Sucrose Wish in Genshin Impact

The chances of unlocking Sucrose are increased when it is featured with a 5-star hero in an Character Event Wish.

Sucrose's Constellations

To make your Sucrose even stronger, we advise you to try to obtain her first constellation: Clustered Vacuum Field. This gives an extra charge to its elemental attack.

Although she does not excel as a DPS hand, Sucrose will already be stronger with her C4 Alchemania. The latter reduces the cooldown of her elemental attack for every 7 normal or charged attack hits she inflicts.

Sucrose's Constellations

Finally, C6 Chaotic Entropy provides an elemental damage boost of 20% of the element absorbed by Sucrose's elemental rampage.

How to play Sucrose in Genshin Impact ?

Sucrose is mainly played as a support. With her elemental attacks, she gathers the enemies. While her attraction is less than Venti or Kazuhua's, she has other assets in her vials. The Alchemist significantly increases your team's elemental mastery with her passives. With Catalyst Conversion, after a Scatter, all team members (except Sucrose) gain a 50 point mastery bonus for 8 seconds if they are the same elemental type.

Gameplay of Sucrose in Genshin Impact

His second passive, Mollis Favonius, grants a mastery bonus when Sucrose Forbidden Creation - Isomer 75 Type II's elemental rampage hits an enemy. This is equal to 20% of Sucrose's elemental mastery. The more elemental mastery Sucrose has, the more powerful his boost will be. The damage generated by elemental reactions (melting, evaporation, electrocution, etc.) will be particularly strong.

On the field, Sucrose's gameplay is really simple and relies on its basic talents. Increase them to the maximum. On the contrary, you will hardly use her normal attacks.

Succrose Elemental Attack Statistics

After attacking with your main DPS, use Sucrose's elemental talent. Astable Anemohypostasis Creation - 6308 summons a spirit that pulls nearby enemies and objects into the air, dealing DMG Anemo. Then follow up with an elemental reaction, and return to your DPS hand to deal heavy damage.

Succrose's elemental rampage statistics in Genshin Impact

As soon as possible, perform Sucrose's elemental rampage: Forbidden Creation - Isomer 75 Type II. In addition to grouping monsters, it absorbs Hydro, Pyro, Electro and Cryo elements with which it comes into contact, generating damage of this type. This is quite handy for hurting several enemies at the same time. However, beware of the Blobs; Sucrose will copy their elemental type and will not cause any damage to them.

What is the best equipment for Sucrose?

In order for Sucrose to give your team the best possible boost, its equipment must provide it with the maximum amount of elemental control.

The best weapons for Sucrose

Sucrose fights with a catalyst. The best play option is Sacrificial Fragments [4★]. This weapon gives him a lot of elemental mastery and offers a 40% chance (at level 1) to reset the cooldown of his elemental skill.

Best weapon for Sucrose in Genshin Impact : Sacrificial Fragments [4★]
Sacrificial Fragments [4★]

If you don't have it, you can make the Mappa Mare [4★] at the blacksmith's. This catalyst increases elemental mastery and elemental damage after an elemental reaction.

Weapon for Sucrose: Mappa Mare [4★]
Mappa Mare [4★]

You can also opt for the The Widsith [4★]. The weapon, in addition to increasing critical damage, plays a random melody when the character is deployed. This boosts either ATK by 60%, elemental damage by 48% or elemental mastery by 240 points.

Weapon for Sucrose: The Widsith [4★]
The Widsith [4★]

One last option is the Thrilling Tales of Dragon Slayers [3★]. This catalyst, which is much easier to obtain, increases ATK by 24% whenever you change characters.

Catalyst for Sucrose: Thrilling Tales of Dragon Slayers [3★]
Thrilling Tales of Dragon Slayers [3★]

The best artefacts for Sucrose

To perfect the Sucrose build in Genshin Impact, go for the Viridescent Venerer. This artefact set brings a lot of damage to Anemo heroes! With 2 pieces, you get a 1% bonus to Anemo damage. And with 4, the damage inflicted by the Scatter effect is increased by 60%. But that's not all: the elemental resistance of enemies is reduced by 40% for 10 seconds depending on the elemental type of the scatter. For example, if you are playing a Pyro hero, apply a Scatter with Sucrose's elemental attack after casting a Pyro attack. The enemy's Pyro resistance will be lower.

Best Artifact for Sucrose in Genshin Impact : Viridescent Venerer
Viridescent Venerer

To make Sucrose's equipment as effective as possible, choose elemental mastery or energy recharge on the hourglass, anemo damage bonus on the cup and elemental mastery on the crown. As for secondary stats, put as much elemental mastery as you can, as well as damage and CRIT rate,ATK% and energy recharge.

Sucrose's ascension materials in Genshin Impact

Getting Sucrose to level 70 in Genshin Impact is sufficient as it unlocks all her passives. But if you want to raise her to level 90, you will need to collect the following resources:

  • 419 Hero's Wit and 2.1 million Moras.
  • 1 Sliver, 9 Fragments, 9 Chunks and 6 Gemtones of Vayuda Turquoise as well as 46 Hurricane Seeds, which you loot from theAnemo Hypostasis.
  • 168 Chrysanthemums in Aubes: you will find them in Mondstadt. Find them on the interactive map of Teyvat. You can also grow them in your own garden. Serenitea Pot.
  • 18 Whopperflower, 30 Shimmering Nectar and 36 Elemental Nectar to be taken from the Lying Flowers.

Which team should Sucrose play in?

Team to play Sucrose in Genshin Impact

Sucrose is mainly intended to be played in teams that rely on elemental reactions. For example, you can combine it with Diluc, Xingqiu and Bennett to increase the damage of Evaporation.

Sucrose also forms an explosive duo with Klee; she will be able to suck up all the flowers from her elemental attack and detonate them on enemies. To this team, add an Electro hero such as Fischl or Raiden and Bennett for Pyro resonance.

Sucrose is also a great addition to a team with Cryo heroes(Ayaka, Chongyun, etc.), Ganyuetc.) You can more easily gather opponents to freeze them all together with the help of a Hydro hero(Xingqiu or Mona).

To further boost Sucrose's elemental mastery, combine it with Albedo. Her elemental rampage gives all characters a bonus of 125 mastery points.

What is the age and size of Sucrose from Genshin Impact ?

Sucrose is the assistant of Albedo, the chief alchemist of the Knights of Favonius. She was born on the 26th of November and would be around 18 years old. Sucrose is about 1m57 tall. She is a young woman who is both shy and curious.

Portrait of Sucrose in Genshin Impact

With the right sequences and build, your Sucrose will allow you to do more damage and target your enemies more easily, which is quite handy in the Abyss where you often face many monsters at once.

I hope this guide to Sucrose from Genshin Impact has been helpful and inspired you to play the alchemist!

Hazulia
Hazulia Passionate about fantasy and science-fiction, I am constantly exploring many worlds in my head, in my texts and of course in video games! These last few months, it's Genshin Impact that takes up part of my days... But I also enjoy card games, fighting games, management games, manga, series, movies, etc.

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