Genshin Impact: Eula Character Guide

BY TED

Ted

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PUBLISHED 9 MONTHS AGO

Eula the Spindrift Knight, a scion of the old aristocracy, and the Knights of Favonius Reconnaissance Company Captain. She gracefully wields a greatsword and is blessed with a Cryo Vision, which she uses to become one of the best sword fighters in Mondstadt and to carry out her “vengeance.”

Genshin Impact: Eula Character Guide

This Genshin Impact guide will discuss Eula’s character background, talent kit, and playing style. We will also include tips on how to build Eula, such as the best and recommended equipment and team composition for her.

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Eula Genshin Impact Character Background

Eula Lawrence, a descendant of the infamous and tyrannical Lawrence Clan, was one of the most prominent families in Mondstadt. Although it remains a mystery to many why a descendant of the ancient nobles would join the Knights, she has fulfilled her duty well to be trusted and climb up her rank. Some would even believe she joined to serve as a mole for the former aristocracy.

A screenshot showing Eula Lawrence in Genshin Impact

Due to this, Eula has needed a unique approach to the world to navigate the towering walls of prejudice peacefully. In truth, Eula is nothing like the fearsome predator many imagine her to be. On the contrary, constantly being met with prejudice at every turn means she is often the victim. Unattended orders and uncooperative citizens during patrol are just some of them.

Funnily enough, she is law-abiding and has never harmed another Mondstadter. No one can ever find fault with her actions, and as people gradually get to know her, their morbid fear of her will dissipate.

A screenshot showing Eula in Genshin Impact

Eula never experienced the great humiliation of her clan, and all the torment she had endured in life had been at their own hands. She attempted to free herself from their shackles yet struggled to obtain recognition from the outside world. How should she fight this battle to break free, once and for all, from the great burden of her bloodline?

She may articulate it in terms of “grievances” and “vengeance,” but nothing can change what it is at its core: something both strong and kind. Eula finally found herself on a gentle path of revenge alone, and the moment she set foot on that path, a Cryo Vision appeared before her.

How to Get Eula in Genshin Impact

Eula is a 5-star character released as a playable character during the Genshin Impact Version 1.6 update. She can only be obtained by making wishes on a time-limited Character Wish Banner, which will only feature a special 5-star character if that character is involved in the game’s current contents, like story quests and events. If Eula is currently featured on the Character Wish Banner, you can do a test run of the character and see if you like her play style.

A screenshot showing Eula's main character screen in Genshin Impact

The good news is, as of the writing of this guide, the game has been doing double Character Banner reruns where 5-star characters not part of the current game story content are also featured.

To learn more about acquiring characters in Genshin Impact, please see our guide by clicking this link.

Eula Genshin Impact Team Role and Playstyle

Main DPS Character or Damage Dealer

Based on her kit, Eula is the main damage dealer of your team, and her combat style needs her to stay on the field as much as possible. Despite having Claymore as her weapon, her Attack Speed is quite faster than other claymore users, making it easier to damage opponents.

A screenshot showing Eula fighting a monster in Genshin Impact

Eula’s play style requires you to use her Elemental Skill twice to get a stack of Grimheart and then use the same talent by holding it down to create an explosion. You can simply do Normal Attack or Charged Attack combos between using her Elemental Skill. The latter is less recommended since it will quickly drain your Stamina, leaving you unable to dodge enemy attacks. But it could somehow be remedied if you have the right artifact set.

Team Composition

Since Eula is the main DPS of the team, all the other characters should be support ones. They should either be a healer, a shield maker, a damage booster, or a combination. Bennett as a healer and damage booster, Zhongli and Noelle for shields, and Mona for another damage boost are easily the supports for any team.

However, if we consider Eula’s kit, the best shield maker for her will be Xinyan or Diona. This is because the characters protected by the shield that Xinyan creates will deal more Physical Damage to enemies, which works well with Eula since that is her main stat. Diona is a good choice because the Cryo resonance Shattering Ice gets activated with her. She can also provide healing, keeping Eula much safer.

With Shattering Ice resonance active, if a party member is affected by Electro, the debuff will last for 40% less time. The team’s Critical Rate against Frozen opponents or affected by Cryo will be increased by 15%.

A screenshot showing Eula, Xingqiu, Beidou, and Diona in Genshin Impact

Another good shield maker to pair with Eula is Beidou, whose Elemental Burst creates a shield that deals Electro Damage to opponents when the shielded character uses Normal Attacks. Note that Electro and Cryo together will trigger the Superconduct Elemental Reaction, decreasing the affected character or opponent’s resistance to Physical Damage. Raiden Shogun is also a good support for Eula because of the Superconduct Reaction.

If your Eula lacks Critical Rate, a good teammate would be Rosaria. This is because she can increase her party members’ Critical Rate based on her own when she uses her Elemental Burst. If Rosaria has unlocked her Constellation level 6, her Elemental Burst will decrease the opponents’ resistance to Physical Damage by 20% for 10 seconds.

Characters to Avoid

Some support characters are incompatible with others, and Eula is no exception. Since her damage is Physical, she should not be in teams with characters who imbue elements to the team members’ weapons. Characters like Chongyun, Candace, and Bennett with Constellation level 6 unlocked.

Eula Genshin Impact Talents

A screenshot showing Eula with her talents list in Genshin Impact

Eula Genshin Impact Combat Talents

Normal Attack: Favonius Bladework – Edel

She can perform up to 5 consecutive strikes by pressing Eula’s Normal Attack talent consecutively. If the button for this talent is held down, she will make a Charged Attack by continuously swinging her claymore until her stamina is drained or until the button is let go. Eula will perform a more powerful slash at the end of the sequence.

This talent can also be executed as a Plunging Attack when used in mid-air. When done so, Eula will strike the ground, damaging opponents along the path, and deal AOE DMG upon impact.

Elemental Skill: Icetide Vortex

“Sharp frost, swift blade.

So the waves roiled, swallowing the crown of the nobles. And ever after did each drop amidst the icy waves reflect a golden crown, every droplet of the spray shining with its light.”

A screenshot showing Eula's elemental skill: Icetide Vortex

Eula’s elemental skill can be used in two ways. She will do a swift slash that deals Cryo Damage to opponents when pressed.

A screenshot showing the Grimheart stat over Eula's head

When the move hits an opponent, Eula will gain a stack of Grimheart, which Increases Eula’s Defense and resistance to interruption. Only one stack of Grimheart can be obtained every 0.3 seconds, which is not a problem since the talent has an 18-second cooldown time.

When the button for this talent is held down, Eula lashes forward with her weapon and deals AOE Cryo Damage to opponents before her. If she has at least one stack of Grimheart, this will be consumed, and all the opponents around her will have their Physical Resistance and Cryo Resistance decreased. Each consumed stack of Grimheart will also be converted into an Icewhirl Brand that deals Cryo DMG to nearby opponents.

Elemental Burst: Glacial Illumination

“It is easy to sink. But even so, she desires to freeze this oncoming tide.”

A screenshot showing Eula's elemental burst skill Glacial Illumination

When her elemental burst is used, Eula will brandish her claymore to deal Cryo Damage to nearby opponents and create a Lightfall Sword that follows her for up to 7 seconds. When a Lightfall Sword is present, Eula’s resistance to interruption will be increased. Eula can gain an Energy Stack once every 0.1 seconds if all her attacks damage opponents during this.

Once its duration of the Lightfall Sword ends, it will descend and explode violently, dealing Physical Damage to nearby opponents. The damage scales on the number of Energy Stacks the Lightfall Sword has accumulated. If Eula leaves the field, the Lightfall Sword will explode immediately.

TIP:

The best way to maximize the Physical Damage dealt by the Lightfall Sword is to do a press cast of the Icetide Vortex to gain a stack of Grimheart before using the Elemental Burst. With this, within the 7-second duration of Lightfall Sword, you can do a Normal Attack combo. Before the Lightfall Sword explodes, do a hold cast of the Elemental Skill to consume all existing Grimheart. This will reduce the opponents’ resistance to Physical Damage and increase the damage they take from the explosion.

Eula Genshin Impact Passive Talents

Roiling Rime

If this passive talent is unlocked, it will enhance the effect when stacks of Grimheart are consumed. With this, if two stacks are consumed upon unleashing the hold mode of Eula’s elemental skill, a Shattered Lightfall Sword will be created to explode immediately. The damage it deals is 50% of the basic Physical Damage dealt by a Lightfall Sword created by the elemental burst.

Wellspring of War-Lust

With this passive talent unlocked, whenever Eula uses her elemental burst, Glacial Illumination, the cool-down time of her elemental skill is reset, and she will gain one stack of Grimheart.

Unlocking this talent will make gaining the maximum two stacks of Grimheart easier, thus maximizing the damage dealt by the explosion of the Lightfall Sword created by her elemental burst.

Utility: Aristocratic Introspection

Eula’s utility passive is for crafting character talent materials. When you do so, you can select her, and you will be granted a 10% chance to receive double the product.

Constellation: Aphros Delos

A screenshot showing the Aphros Delos Constellation
  • Constellation Level 1: Tidal Illusion
    Unlocking this constellation level will enhance the effect of Grimheart created by Eula’s Elemental Skill. This is because every time stacks of Grimheart are consumed, Eula’s Physical Damage is increased by 30% for 6 seconds. Each consumed stack will increase the duration of this effect by 6 seconds up to a maximum of 18 seconds.
  • Constellation Level 2: Lady of Seafoam
    Unlocking the constellation level will decrease the cooldown time of Holding Mode of Eula’s Elemental Skill. It will now have the same cool-down time as the Tapping Mode of the talent. With this, consuming stacks of Grimheart will be more frequent, and Eula will often get half a boost to her Physical Damage.
  • Constellation Level 3: Lawrence Pedigree
    The third level of Eula’s constellation will increase her Elemental Burst, Glacial Illumination, by 3 and upgrade the talent’s maximum level from 10 to 15.
  • Constellation Level 4: The Obstinacy of One’s Inferiors
    With this constellation level unlocked, when Lightfall Sword explodes, the one summoned after Eula uses her Elemental Burst will deal 25% more damage against opponents with less than 50% HP remaining.
  • Constellation Level 5: Chivalric Quality
    The fifth level of Eula’s constellation will increase the level of her Elemental Skill, Icetide Vortex, by 3 and upgrade the talent’s maximum level from 10 to 15.
  • Constellation Level 6: Noble Obligation
    The last level of Eula’s constellation will enhance the Lightfall Sword created by her Elemental Burst. With this, Lightfall Sword starts with five stacks of energy, and Normal Attacks, Elemental Skills, and Elemental Bursts have a 50% chance to grant the Lightfall Sword an additional stack of energy.
    This effect means that Lightfall Sword will deal much greater damage when it explodes.

How to Build Eula in Genshin Impact

Physical Damage Build

Despite having Cryo as her Vision element, Eula’s kit focuses on Physical Damage and Normal Attacks. Like most DPS characters, Eula must also increase her Critical hits stat.

A screenshot showing Eula with a Physical Damage build

Weapon: Claymore

Claymore or Greatsword is Eula’s weapon, and the ones you need to equip her should increase the stats that boost her damage. Among the existing and available claymores as of the writing of this article, you can choose from the ones that boost her Physical Damage, Critical Rate, and ATK. Thanks to her Ascension Stat Bonus, Critical Damage, you can focus on increasing her Critical Rate for the Critical stat.

5-Star Claymores

Song of Broken Pines

A greatsword as light as the sigh of grass in the breeze, yet as merciless to the corrupt as a typhoon.

A screenshot shows the Song of Broken Pines Claymore

Song of Broken Pines 5-star Claymore is Eula’s Best-in-Slot (BiS) weapon and was released when she was introduced to the game. This weapon has the highest Base ATK among the available claymores in the game as of the writing of this guide. At maximum enhancement level, its Base ATK is 741, and its secondary stat is a Physical Damage bonus of up to 20.7%.

Rebel’s Banner-Hymn is the weapon’s passive ability, described as a part of the “Millennial Movement” that wanders amidst the winds. This increases the user’s ATK by at least 16%, and when their Normal or Charged Attacks hit opponents, the character gains a Sigil of Whispers.

Sigil of Whispers can be triggered once every 0.3 seconds, and if 4 of these are possessed, it will all be consumed, and all nearby party members will obtain the “Millennial Movement: Banner-Hymn” effect for 12 seconds. Such buff increases Normal ATK Speed by at least 12% and ATK by at least 20%.

However, once this effect is triggered, you will not gain Sigils of Whispers for 20 seconds. Also, buffs of the same type will not stack. This means having only one character in the party to use this weapon will be best.

Beacon of the Reed Sea

A large, flat-tipped sword designed to fit as the weapon of an ancient king or some ceremonial instrument.

A screenshot showing the Beacon of the Reed Sea claymore

This weapon can give up to 608 Base ATK and a 33.1% Critical Rate from its secondary stat bonus. With Desert Watch, the weapon’s passive ability, after the character’s Elemental Skill hits an opponent, their ATK will be increased by at least 20% for 8 seconds. When the character takes damage, their ATK will also be increased by at least 20% for 8 seconds.

Both effects can be triggered even when the character is not on the field. Additionally, if the character using this weapon is not protected by a shield, their Max HP will be increased by 32 to 64%, depending on the weapon’s refinement level.

This weapon is a good choice since Eula’s playstyle stays on the field to maximize her Elemental Burst. This is because staying on the field has more chances of taking damage and thus triggering the two ATK bonus effects. It would also be best not to include a shield-maker in her team so that the Max HP bonus effect of the weapon’s passive ability also gets activated.

Wolf’s Gravestone

A longsword used by the Wolf Knight. Originally just a heavy sheet of iron given to the knight by a blacksmith from the city, it became endowed with legendary power owing to his friendship with the wolves.

A screenshot of the Wolf's Gravestone claymore

This weapon is considered the most versatile 5-star claymore in the game and can be equipped for most DPS claymore users. It offers Base ATK of up to 608 and ATK as a secondary bonus of up to 49.6%.

Its passive ability, called Wolfish Tracker, increases the character’s ATK by at least 20%. When opponents with less than 30% HP get hit by the character using this weapon, all party members will gain an increase to their ATK of at least 40%. However, this effect can only occur once every 30 seconds.

Redhorn Stonethresher

According to its previous owner, this weapon is the “Mighty Redhorn Stoic Stonethreshing Gilded Goldcrushing Lion Lord” that can send any monster packing with its tail between its legs.

A screenshot of the Redhorn Stonethresher claymore

This claymore can give up to 542 Base ATK and 882% Critical Damage from its secondary stat. Its passive ability, called Gokadaiou Otogibanashi, increases the user’s Defense by at least 28%. Moreover, the weapon user’s Normal and Charged Attack Damage will be increased by at least 40% of the character’s Defense.

Skyward Pride

A claymore that symbolizes the pride of Dvalin soaring through the skies. When swung, it emits a deep hum as the full force of Dvalin’s command of the sky and the wind is unleashed.

A screenshot showing the Skyward Pride claymore

Skyward Spine’s Base ATK at maximum enhancement level is 674, while its secondary stat of Energy Recharge bonus can be up to 36.8%. Its passive ability, called Sky-ripping Dragon Spine, can increase all damage dealt by the user by at least 8%. Aside from that, a vacuum blade will be created after the character’s Elemental Burst, Normal, or Charged Attack hits an opponent. This deals damage 80-100% of the character’s ATK to opponents along its path. This effect lasts 20 seconds or eight vacuum blades.

Despite having Energy Recharge as its secondary stat, this claymore can still be a decent choice for Eula due to its high Base ATK. However, you must ensure her artifacts compensate for the Physical Damage or Critical Rate she could have had with other weapons.

4-Star Claymores

Snow-Tombed Starsilver

An ancient greatsword that was stored between frescoes. Forged from Starsilver, it has the power to cleave through ice and snow.

A screenshot of the Snow-Tombed Starsilver claymore

The Base ATK of this weapon at maximum enhancement level is 565, while its secondary stat is a 34.5% Physical Damage bonus.

The passive ability called Frost Burial grants the character at least a 60% chance of forming and dropping an Everfrost Icicle above opponents that are hit with the character’s Normal and Charged Attacks. Everfrost Icicle deals AOE Damage equal to 80% of the character’s ATK, but if the opponents hit were affected by Cryo, the damage they take is equal to at least 200% of ATK. This effect can only occur once every 10 seconds.

This is most likely the best 4-star weapon for Eula because of its secondary stat and passive ability effects. She is one of the characters who can maximize the effect of this claymore. Another thing is it is a weapon you can craft. This means you have a hundred percent guarantee of getting it.

Serpent Spine

A rare weapon whose origin is the ancient ocean. One can hear the sound of the ageless waves as one swings it.

A screenshot showing the Serpent Spine claymore

Serpent Spine grants 510 Base ATK and 27.7% Critical Rate as its secondary stat. Wavesplitter, its weapon passive ability, will grant the character a damage boost every 4 seconds that they are in the field. The boost is 6 to 10% Damage, depending on the weapon’s refinement level, and a maximum of 5 stacks can be obtained. But, simultaneously, the character will take 3-2% more damage.

This effect does not disappear if the character leaves the field. However, one stack will be removed every time the character gets hit.

Serpent Spine is a good weapon for any DPS Claymore user. The increased damage that the character takes can be remedied with a shield. However, a stack still gets removed if the character gets hit, regardless of whether they take damage. Another problem with this weapon is that it can only be obtained by unlocking Battle Pass.

Blackcliff Slasher

An extremely sturdy greatsword from the Blackcliff Forge. It has a dark crimson color from the blade to the pommel.

A screenshot showing the Blackcliff Slasher claymore

The Base ATK of this weapon is 510 at maximum enhancement level and a secondary stat of 55.1% Critical Damage. Its passive ability, Press the Advantage, increases the user’s ATK by at least 12% for 30 seconds after they defeat an opponent. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.

To maximize the effect of this weapon, make sure to defeat weaker or smaller enemies first and obtain the maximum stack of Press the Advantage. However, the passive ability may be rendered useless in fights against a boss enemy that does not have or does not summon weaker ones.

You would need to spend 25 Masterless Starglitter to obtain this weapon, which can be costly.

Prototype Archaic

An ancient greatsword was discovered in the Blackcliff Forge. It swings with such an immense force that one feels it could cut straight through reality.

A screenshot showing the Prototype Archaic claymore

With a Base ATK of 565 at maximum enhancement level and a secondary stat of 27.6% ATK%, Prototype Archaic is one of the safe weapons to equip a claymore-using DPS character. Its passive ability, named Crush, will grant the character’s Normal or Charged Attacks a 50% chance to deal an additional to opponents whenever it hits one. The damage is at least 240% of the character’s ATK and is dealt with in a small AOE. This effect can also only occur once every 15 seconds.

Given Eula’s playstyle, which involves a lot of Normal Attack combos and slightly quicker Attack Speed, she can easily trigger the passive ability of this weapon.

Royal Greatsword

An old greatsword that belonged to the erstwhile rulers of Mondstadt. Made from the finest-quality materials, it has stood the test of time. A weapon for use by royals only.

A screenshot showing the Royal Greatsword claymore

With a Base ATK of 565 at maximum enhancement level and a secondary stat of 27.6% ATK%, the Royal Greatsword is another safe weapon to equip a claymore-using DPS character. Focus, its passive ability, will increase the character’s Critical Rate by at least 8% when they damage an opponent. Up to 5 stacks can be obtained from this bonus. All existing stacks will be removed once the character triggers a Critical Hit.

You would need to spend 25 Masterless Starglitter to obtain this weapon, which can be costly.

Lithic Blade

A greatsword carved and chiseled from the very bedrock of Liyue.

A screenshot showing the Lithic Blade claymore

Lithic Blade’s Base ATK can reach up to 510 and the secondary stat of ATK% to 41.3% at maximum enhancement level. This makes it an okay weapon for any DPS character that uses a claymore. Its passive ability, Lithic Axiom: Unity, will buff the user based on party composition.

Specifically, for every character in the party who hails from Liyue, the character who equips this weapon gains at least a 7% ATK bonus and a 3% Critical Rate increase. This effect can be stacked up to 4 times. One stack will be obtained by default if the character using this weapon is from Liyue.

If Eula is to equip this weapon, only a maximum of 3 stacks can be obtained. That is, if all the characters in her party are from Liyue.

Akuoumaru

The beloved sword of the legendary “Akuou.” The blade is huge and majestic but is surprisingly easy to wield.

A screenshot showing the Akuoumaru claymore

Akuomaru is another claymore with Base ATK that can reach up to 510 and the secondary stat of ATK% to 41.3% at maximum enhancement level. Watatsumi Wavewalker’s passive ability also grants a bonus dependent on the weapon user’s current party composition.

For every point of the entire party’s combined maximum Energy capacity, the Elemental Burst damage of the character equipping this weapon will be increased by at least 0.12%. At weapon refinement level 5, the Elemental Burst damage increase per point of Energy capacity is 0.24%. The maximum increase of Elemental Burst damage achieved this way will only be 40% to 80%, depending on the weapon’s refinement level.

The Energy cost of Eula’s Elemental Burst is 80, which is already pretty high. This weapon’s passive ability can increase the explosion damage of Lightfall Sword created by her Elemental Burst. But to maximize the maximum damage increase, the members in her party should also have a high Energy Cost to their Elemental Burst.

Luxurious Sea-Lord

The great king of the ocean. Having been air-dried, it makes for a fine weapon and emergency sustenance.

A screenshot of the Luxurious Sea-Lord Claymore

This claymore has a low Base ATK of 454 but a high ATK% of 55.1% for its secondary stat. Oceanic Victory’s passive ability increases the weapon user’s Elemental Burst damage by 12%. When the said character’s Elemental Burst hits opponents, a huge surge of tuna will be summoned. It deals damage equal to 100% of ATK as AOE Damage. This effect can only occur every 15 seconds.

Luxurious Sea-Lord is one of the event’s exclusive items, meaning it can only be obtained by participating in the game’s time-limited event. Some event-exclusive items have become available for purchase from certain NPCs of the game, but as of the writing of this guide, there is no other way of getting the Luxurious Sea-Lord aside from the event.

3-Star Claymores

Skyrider Greatsword

It’s a reliable steel sword. The legendary Skyrider once tried to ride it as a flying sword… for the second time.

This 3-star claymore has up to 401 Base ATK and can give up to 43.9% Physical Damage bonus from its secondary stat. Its passive ability is named Courage, which increases the character’s ATK by at least 6% for 6 seconds when their Normal or Charged Attacks hit an opponent. This effect can be stacked up to 4 times but only occurs once every 0.5 seconds.

Debate Club

A handy club made of fine steel. It is the most persuasive line of reasoning in any debater’s arsenal.

Debate Club Base ATK of up to 401 and can have up to 35.2% ATK% bonus as its secondary stat. Blunt Conclusion, the weapon’s passive ability, will trigger an additional damage of at least 60% ATK Damage in a small area when the character’s Elemental Skill, Normal Attacks, or Charged Attacks hit an opponent. This effect lasts 15 seconds, and the additional damage can only occur once every 3 seconds.

Since the above weapons are only 3-star in rarity, they are recommended as temporary equipment for your character. They should be replaced when you reach higher world levels because the enemies and challenges will be much tougher.

Eula Genshin Impact Artifacts

Again, Eula’s main stat is Physical Damage. Therefore, artifact sets that increase this particular stat should be prioritized for her equipment.

4-Piece Sets

Pale Flame

A screenshot of the Pale Flame Artifact Set

This artifact will give a 25% Physical Damage bonus when two pieces are equipped. With four pieces, aside from the 25% Physical damage bonus, when an elemental skill hits an opponent, the character’s ATK is increased by 9% for 7 seconds. This effect can be stacked up to 2 times, and when two stacks are reached, the 2-piece set effect will be increased by 100% or doubled, giving a total of 50% Physical damage bonus.

With how the effects of this artifact set are triggered, it is easily one of the best artifacts to equip Eula. After she triggers the maximum stack of Grimheart, she will also obtain the maximum stack of this artifact’s 4-piece set effect.

Bloodstained Chivalry

A screenshot showing the Bloodstained Chivalry artifact set

The 2-piece set of the Bloodstained Chivalry artifact also gives the character a 25% Physical Damage bonus. With four pieces equipped, when the character defeats an opponent, that character’s Charged Attacks will have an increased damage of 50% and its Stamina consumption will be reduced to 0 for 10 seconds. This effect will also be triggered when the defeated entity is an animal such as a boar, squirrel, or frog.

If you choose to equip Eula with the 4-piece set of this artifact, you should defeat an enemy or kill an animal first and then do a Charged Attack combo to maximize its effect.

Shimenawa’s Reminiscence

A screenshot showing the Shimenawa's Reminiscence

Aside from the 18% increase to the character’s ATK for the 2-piece set, the 4-piece set will have an effect where the character loses 15 energy after using an Elemental Skill if they currently have 15 or more energy. But, in exchange, the damage of their Normal, Charged, and Plunging attacks will be increased by 50% for 10 seconds.

Since Eula’s playstyle involves a lot of Normal Attacks, the 4-piece set of this artifact can be a good choice. She just has to cast her Elemental Skill once to trigger this effect.

Echoes of an Offering

A screenshot showing the Echoes of an Offering Artifact Set

Like the one above, the 2-piece set of this artifact gives an 18% ATK bonus. If a 4-piece set is equipped, when normal character attacks hit opponents, there is a 36% chance it will trigger the Valley Rite buff. This buff will increase the Normal Attack damage by 70% of the character’s ATK.

With Eula’s combat style involving a lot of Normal Attack combos, triggering the Valley Rite buff will not be a problem.

Vermillion Hereafter

A screenshot showing the Vermillion Hereafter Artifact Set

The 2-piece set of this artifact gives an 18% ATK bonus. With the 4-piece set, aside from the ATK% bonus, after the character uses an elemental burst, this character will gain the Nascent Light effect, increasing ATK by 8% for 16 seconds.

When the character’s HP decreases, their ATK will increase by 10%. This further increase can be triggered once every 0.8 seconds and can be stacked up to 4 times. Nascent Light will be dispelled when the character leaves the field. If an Elemental Burst is used again during its duration, the original Nascent Light will be dispelled and replaced by a new stack.

With Eula’s vulnerability while trying to obtain the maximum Energy stack of Lightfall Sword created by her Elemental Burst, she will be able to trigger the maximum effect of this artifact set. Again, since this needs her to lose HP, the playstyle for this artifact set will be risky.

Gladiator’s Finale

A screenshot showing Gladiator's Finale artifact set

This artifact set is probably designed to fit melee characters whose play style involves flawlessly normal attacks. Equipping the character with four pieces of this artifact set will increase their ATK by 18% and further damage their normal attacks by 35% if they use a sword, polearm, or claymore as a weapon.

Given Eula’s kit and combat style, she is mostly doing Normal Attacks, and with the effects of this artifact set, she will be granted a boost to her overall damage output.

Noblesse Oblige

A screenshot showing the Noblesse Oblige artifact set

The 4-piece set of the Noblesse Oblige artifact is a decent option for Eula, especially in a coop game where other characters are also active in the field. Its 2-piece set increases the damage of the character’s elemental burst, and with four pieces equipped, an additional effect of granting the entire party a boost to their ATK of 20% for 20 seconds whenever Eula uses her Elemental Burst.

2-Piece Sets Combination

Pale Flame and Bloodstained Chivalry

When a 2-piece set of Bloodstained Chivalry is paired with another 2-piece set of the Pale Flame artifact, Eula will be given a 50% Physical Damage bonus without needing to meet any condition or trigger an effect. This is probably the best set for a consistent damage output.

Other Combinations

You can also combine 2-piece sets of Gladiator’s Finale, Shimenawa’s Reminiscence, Echoes of an Offering, and Vermillion Hereafter with each other because each can provide an 18% increase in ATK, which is still decent for Eula.

The 2-piece sets of the Noblesse Oblige, Pale Flame, or Bloodstained Chivalry can be combined with 2-piece sets of other abovementioned artifacts.

Artifact Parts’ Main Stat

Since Eula is a DPS character with her overall damage scaling off of her Physical Damage stat, it can easily be said that you should equip her with a Goblet of Eonothem that has a Physical Damage Bonus as its main stat.

For the Circlet of Logos, one with Critical Rate as its main stat should be preferred because her special ascension stat has already taken care of her Critical Damage. Then, try to get Critical Rate, Critical Damage, ATK, and ATK% for the sub-stats of all artifact pieces.

Eula’s Genshin Impact Character Ascension

A screenshot showing Eula in Genshin Impact

What is Character Ascension in Genshin Impact

Each character has a certain level cap depending on their current ascension phase, and a character can ascend to 6 phases to reach the maximum character level of 90. Passive talents and special ascension stats will also be unlocked when a character is ascended to certain phases.

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Materials

Ascending a character will need several items to be used as ascension materials. The materials and the amount needed for each ascension phase are listed below for Eula.

Mora: 420,000

A screenshot showing Mora in Genshin Impact

Mora is Genshin Impact’s main currency unit. It is accepted in all the nations of Teyvat and is used to upgrade weapons, artifacts, talents, and character levels.

Crystalline Bloom: 46

A screenshot showing Crystalline Bloom in Genshin Impact

This item is an exceedingly pure ice crystal created in the frigid blooming of a Cryo Hypostasis. They will continue to grow according to their cold, rigid laws until a winter flower will bloom and freeze everything one day.

Dandelion Seed: 168

A screenshot showing Dandelion Seed in Genshin Impact

Dandelion Seed is a tiny seed that rides on the wind Mondstadt exclusive or local specialty. It is believed that even without its feathered wings, it still holds hope from afar within. You can gather some of these items by casting Anemo attacks on dandelions that you see all around the Mondstadt.

Hilichurl Masks

These are bone masks worn by hilichurls, and no one knows why they are so fascinated with masks. Some say they don’t want to see their reflections in the water. You may obtain broken masks that can no longer perform their function, one covered in unidentifiable stains and emanating a mysterious odor, or a mask with oil markings painted to intimidate enemies.

These materials can be obtained when you defeat all types of Hilichurl. Different types are dropped depending on their level. The amount needed for each material type to ascend Eula is as follows: Damaged Mask: 18; Stained Mask: 30; Ominous Mask: 36.

Shivada Jade

These elemental mineral crystals can be obtained from boss enemies manipulating the Cryo element. Boss enemies such as the Cryo Hypostasis, Cryo Regisvine, Wolf of the North, Maguu Kenki, Perpetual Mechanical Array, Bathysmal Vishap Herd, Tartaglia aka Childe, Signora in Tenshukaku, and even Azhdaha. You can also get these from quest and commission rewards by crafting them using the ones with lower rarity levels.

The amounts needed for each are Shivada Jade Sliver 1; Shivada Jade Fragments: 9; Shivada Jade Chunks: 9; Shivada Jade Gemstones: 6.

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phases

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phase 1

This first ascension will be done after the character reaches level 20. They cannot proceed to the next level without ascending to the next phase. The character level cap will be increased to 40, and Eula’s first ascension passive talent, Rolling Rime, will be unlocked.

Materials:

  • Mora – 20,000
  • Shivada Jade Sliver – 1
  • Dandelion Seed – 3
  • Damaged Mask – 3

Unlocked Talent: Rolling Rime (1st Passive Talent)

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phase 2

Ascension Phase 2 can be reached at character level 40 and will increase the character level cap to 50. After this ascension, the character’s talents can be upgraded or leveled up. Eula will also unlock a special ascension stat on this phase: the Critical Damage Bonus of 9.6%.

Materials:

  • Mora – 40,000
  • Shivada Jade Fragments – 3
  • Dandelion Seed – 10
  • Damaged Mask – 15
  • Crystalline Bloom – 2

Unlocked Special Stat: 9.6% Critical Damage Bonus

Unlocked Feature: Allows leveling combat talents from 1 to 2

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phase 3

After reaching level 50, Eula can ascend to ascension phase 3, increasing her character level cap to 60. The 3rd ascension phase will also increase the Critical Damage Bonus special stat from 9.6% to 19.2%. Additionally, Eula’s combat talents can increase to level 4.

Materials:

  • Mora – 60,000
  • Shivada Jade Fragments – 6
  • Dandelion Seed – 20
  • Stained Mask – 12
  • Crystalline Bloom – 4

Unlocked Stat: Critical Damage Bonus increased from 9.6% to 19.2%

Unlocked Feature: Allows leveling combat talents from 2 to 4

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phase 4

At level 60, you can ascend Eula to ascension phase 4 and upgrade her character level cap to 70. After ascending, you will unlock her second Ascension Passive Talent, Wellspring of War-Lust, and all her Combat Talents can then be leveled up to 6.

Materials:

  • Mora – 80,000
  • Shivada Jade Chunks – 3
  • Dandelion Seed – 30
  • Stained Mask – 18
  • Crystalline Bloom – 8

Unlocked Feature: Allows leveling combat talents from 4 to 6

Unlocked Talent: Wellspring of War-Lust (2nd Passive Talent)

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phase 5

The 5th ascension phase can be reached when Eula is at level 70. Ascending will increase her character level cap to 80. Her special ascension stat, Critical Damage Bonus, will be increased to 28.8% at this phase. Eula’s combat talents will also upgrade their level cap from 6 to 8.

Materials:

  • Mora – 100,000
  • Shivada Jade Chunks – 6
  • Dandelion Seed – 45
  • Ominous Mask – 12
  • Crystalline Bloom – 12

Unlocked Stat: Critical Damage Bonus increased from 19.2% to 28.8%

Unlocked Feature: Allows leveling combat talents from 6 to 8

Eula Genshin Impact Ascension Phase 6

Eula’s final ascension phase is at level 80, and it will increase her character level cap to 90. Her special ascension stat, the Critical Damage Bonus, will be increased to 38.4%. Additionally, her Combat Talents can now be upgraded to the maximum level of 10.

Materials:

  • Mora – 120,000
  • Shivada Jade Gemstones – 6
  • Dandelion Seed – 60
  • Ominous Mask – 24
  • Crystalline Bloom – 20

Unlocked Stat: Critical Damage Bonus increased from 28.8% to 38.4%

Unlocked Feature: Allows leveling combat talents from 8 to 10

Eula’s Genshin Impact Talent Level-Up Materials

A screenshot showing Eula in Genshin Impact

What are the Talent Level-Up Materials for Eula

Aside from Mora and Eremite Red Fabric, you will need a few Tears of the Calamitous God to increase Eula’s combat talents.

Dragon Lord’s Crown

A screenshot showing Dragon Lord's Crown in Genshin Impact

This item is a fragment of the natural crown of the dragon king, which was created from hardened jade crystallized over a thousand years. Infused with spirit and carved from bedrock, it was born from the mountain’s heart to show the strength of the earth to the land amidst monoliths, and its long golden horns are the mark of its ancient strife with an ancient lord. The horn was shattered and lost its luster, but now it seems to have gleamed cold and gold.

Dragon Lord’s Crowns can be obtained as a weekly dropped item after defeating Azhdaha, the Sealed Lord of Vishaps, Beneath the Dragon-Queller Trounce Domain in Liyue.

Talent Level Book: Resistance

The talent-level books of the “Resistance” series are needed for Eula’s combat talents. You can obtain these by completing the challenge in the Forsaken Rift, Domain of Master, and Frozen Abyss.

These books include The Teachings of Resistance, Guide to Resistance, and the Philosophies of Resistance. The last two can be crafted using the crafting bench in the town.

Crown of Insight

A screenshot showing Crown of Insight in Genshin Impact

Leveling a combat talent up from level 9 to 10 will need a Crown of Insight. This special item can only be obtained as a reward from the game’s events.

  • Mora: 1,652,500
  • Damaged Mask: 6
  • Stained Mask: 22
  • Ominous Mask: 31
  • Teachings of Resistance: 3
  • Guide to Resistance: 21
  • Philosophies of Resistance: 38
  • Dragon Lord’s Crown: 6
  • Crown of Insight: 1
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