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Genshin Impact Kaveh Guide: Build, Weapons, Artifacts, and Teams

Genshin Impact Kaveh Guide : Build, weapons and artifacts

Genshin Impact Kaveh, the architect behind the Palace of Arcazarzaray, is a 4-star Dendro character in Genshin Impact 3.6 that utilizes a Claymore. In this in-depth guide, we will tackle how to get Kaveh, the best builds, talent priority, weapons, best teams to pair with with, and some tips on how to play Kaveh for beginners. Also, stay tuned for some other fun facts!

How to get Kaveh in Genshin Impact?

If you're still wondering how to unlock Kaveh, look no further. You can only get this 4-star character at Gacha, especially on the 3.6 character event banner. Although you can claim him on standard and weapon banners, the chances are slim. Your best chance of getting him is when Kaveh is on the event banner, making him the rate-up character.

Kaveh Wish Banner

Genshin Impact Kaveh wish banner

Kaveh is one of the 4-star characters in the Baizhu’s Character Event Wish Banner. He was officially launched on May 2, 2023, during the second phase of the update 3.6 of Genshin Impact.

Kaveh constellation

Kaveh constellation

Kaveh's constellations are exemplary, to say the least, as all of them synergize well with his kit. Kaveh's C1 constellation provides more survivability in terms of triggering Dendro Cores, while his C2 does increase his normal attack speed, which is not beneficial for him in Bloom teams. His C4 is his best constellation regarding Bloom damage, as it buffs its damage whenever Kaveh triggers a Dendro Core.

Kaveh’s C6 urther increases his overall DPS as it deals an area of effect Dendro Damage whenever his normal attacks hit under his Elemental Burst that causes any Dendro Cores to explode immediately.

How to play Kaveh in Genshin Impact ?

Kaveh is an on-Field Dendro character that triggers Dendro Cores in Bloom or Hyperbloom teams. His playstyle mainly focuses on making the Dendro Cores explode with Kaveh’s Elemental Skill, Artistic Ingenuity. His elemental burst is his bread and butter, as it buffs the damage of the explosion of Dendro Cores while also healing him due to one of his passive talents, An Architect’s Undertaking.

On-field Bloom Kaveh DPS

In this Genshim Impact Kaveh guide, we’ll tackle one of his playstyles, on which you focus on triggering Dendro Cores with his Elemental Skill, Artistic Ingenuity, as it scans Dendro Cores created around Kaveh and immediately makes them explode which also increases the explosion damage of each triggered Dendro Core by his Elemental Skill, thanks to his Elemental Burst, Painted Dome.

Genshin Impact Kaveh elemental skill

Kaveh’s elemental burst, Painted Dome, is his bread and butter for buffing his damage for Bloom teams. It provides increased Resistance to interruption, increased Bloom damage, and normal, charged, and plunging attack damage while infusing Dendro into all his normal attacks.

Nevertheless, Kaveh’s first ascension passive synergizes well with Bloom teams as the on-field Bloom driver. It is because when the Dendro Core damage hits Kaveh, his first Ascension Passive, An Architect’s Undertaking, heals him to 300% of his Elemental Mastery. This Passive is excellent for active characters in Bloom teams, such as Kaveh, as the Dendro Cores can sometimes hurt, especially in large numbers.

Spread Kaveh DPS

In this alternative Kaveh playstyle, Kaveh is the on-field character when dealing Spread damage to the enemy using his Dendro-infused normal attacks. And suppose you didn’t know what Spread damage is. In that case, Spread damage is the byproduct of further Dendro applications right after triggering Quicken, which can be triggered by Dendro and Electro elements.

Genshin Impact Kaveh Normal Attacks

If you wish to use this playstyle for Kaveh, you should also prioritize leveling up his normal attacks, aside from his Elemental Burst, as it can be infused with Dendro damage. Leveling up his normal attacks further increases its damage multiplier, thus increasing his Spread damage using his infused normal attacks.

You should also focus on getting characters that are beneficial for him in terms of Spread damage, like Fischl or Lisa, for free-to-play options. These characters are some of the best Electro damage users, even for a F2P option.

What's the best equipment for Kaveh?

In order to figure what’s the best equipment for Kaveh, we must determine what main stats and talent that should be considered on his artifact sets depending on the playstyle of players who want to play Kaveh, which includes being the on-field Bloom DPS or Main Spread DPS.

In this section of our guide, we gathered some of the best artifacts and weapons to equip on Kaveh from Genshin Impact to unlock its full potential.

The best artifacts for Kaveh

Flower of Paradise Lost
Flower of Paradise Lost

As we’ve said earlier in our Genshin Impact Kaveh guide, Kaveh excels primarily in Bloom teams, so you need to build him this artifact set. The 4-piece Flower of Paradise Lost effectively buffs any Bloom, Burgeon and Hyperbloom damage that the holder of this artifact set triggers.

Gilded Dreams
Gilded Dreams

If you want to go for Spread damage, Gilded Dreams would be your go-to choice. In order to boost your Spread damage, you must stack a certain amount of Elemental Mastery, as it is an Elemental Reaction, and you can quickly achieve it with Gilded Dreams.

Deepwood Memories
Deepwood Memories

Lastly, as a Dendro character, you can't go wrong with Deepwood Memories. With its Dendro Damage Bonus and Dendro Resistance Shred, this artifact is the most valuable to use for Dendro Characters in General.

Main Stats that you should go for:

  • Sands Piece: Elemental Mastery or Energy Recharge (Depends if you lack ER Substats);
  • Goblet: Dendro Damage Bonus;
  • Circlet: Critical Rate or Critical Damage.

Substats that you should focus on:

  • Elemental Mastery;
  • Energy Recharge;
  • Attack% ;
  • Critical Rate;
  • Critical damage.

The Best Artifacts for Kaveh for Beginners

For players who are just starting to play Genshin Impact but don’t have the best artifact sets yet, we recommend :

Instructor
Instructor

The Instructor set is great for Kaveh as it provides Elementary Mastery, a significant starting artifact for Kaveh as it also shares the functionality of the higher rarity Artifacts.

Best weapons for Genshin Impact Kaveh

Kaveh’s Build isn’t going to be complete if we don’t include his best weapons, so here are the 5-star weapon options that we recommend using for Kaveh:

Beacon of the Reed Sea
Beacon of the Reed Sea (5★)
Skyward Pride
Skyward Pride (5★)
  • Beacon of the Reed Sea: This is one of the best Claymorefor Kaveh, mainly for its Critical Rate substat and the attack buff that it provides.Also, remember that the Attack buff will only be active if the holding character takes damage. And with Kaveh, knowing that Bloom also hits the active character, it’s easier to procure this weapon talent with him;
  • Skyward Pride: If you’re in need of energy recharge with a bit of extra damage, Skyward Pride is the best for you. Skyward Pride’s huge base attack benefits Kaveh too, for his normal attack damage, not to mention the vacuum waves it produces that add up to his overall DPS.

Genshin Impact Kaveh Best Free-To-Play Weapons

Let’s move on to our Genshin Impact Kaveh guide by tackling his best weapons for free-to-play players and beginners .

Mailed Flower
Mailed Flower (4★)
Makhaira Aquamarine
Makhaira Aquamarine (4★)
Favonius Greatsword
Favonius Greatsword (4★)
  • Mailed Flower: If you have gotten this weapon from the Windblume Festival event, you should use it on Kaveh, as it is his best in-slot weaponfor free-to-play players. This weapon provides a great amount of elemental mastery and attack, which are both beneficial for Kaveh;
  • Makhaira Aquamarine: This weapon is a good alternative for Kaveh as it provides 24% of their elemental mastery as bonus ATK for 12 seconds, with nearby party members gaining 30% of this buff for the same duration;
  • Favonious Greatsword: With this Gacha weapon, yyou will not lack energy because of its vast Energy Recharge substat. This weapon is one of the great ones for Kaveh in general, mostly because of the energy particles that it provides;

Kaveh’s Ascension Materials

For Kaveh to reach level 90 in Genshin Impact, you need to collect the following ascent materials:

  • 1 Shard, 9 Fragment, 9 Piece, and 6 NagadusEmerald Stones as well as 46 Quelled Creeper that you can obtain from defeating the Dendro Hypostasis;
  • 18 Fungal Spores, 30 Luminescent Pollens and 36 Crystalline Cyst Dust, which you can obtain from defeating Fungi enemies;
  • 420,000 Mora and 168 Mourning Flowers, which you can find in the desert of Sumeru desert. Locate them with the help of interactive map of Sumeru;

What are the best teams for Kaveh?

Genshin Impact Kaveh is a character who dramatically excels in most Dendro teams, mainly Bloom and Spread. Kaveh’s Ascension Passive, which heals him whenever he takes friendly Bloom damage, enables him to be the on-field character for Bloom teams.

Kaveh
Kaveh
Nahida
Nahida
Kokomi
Kokomi
Nilou
Nilou

According to our Genshin Impact Kaveh guide, he does well on Bloom teams, which is why we created this team. Nilou and Kokomi are great at applying Hydro consistently, which synergizes well with Nahida because she, on the other hand, can also constantly apply Dendro, which, if combined, makes Dendro Cores. Nahida can also boost the team's Elemental Mastery, further increasing Dendro Core damage with her Elemental Burst, Illusory Heart. However, even though he didn't create the previously mentioned Dendro Cores, Kaveh can still boost the bloom damage with his Elemental Burst and trigger Dendro Cores with his Elemental Skill.

Kaveh
Kaveh
Zhongli
Zhongli
Fischl
Fischl
Nahida
Nahida

In order to have a Spread reaction, we must first combine Electro and Dendro, which can lead to a Quicken reaction. This Elemental Reaction buffs Electro and Dendro damage to the enemy in the Quicken State, which is why Fischl and Nahida re essential when building a Spread team on Kaveh. With Nahida's burst, all characters will have additional Elemental Mastery, which is beneficial for team comps that mainly rely on Elemental Reactions to deal damage like Spread. Fischl'selemental skill and passive talent also provide a generous amount of electrical damage, while Zhongli 's shield shreds all elemental resistance, including Dendro Resistance. This resistance shred can further increase if Nahida equips 4-piece Deepwood Memories.

How old is Kaveh in Genshin Impact ?

Although the game hasn’t said anything officially about his age, we know Kaveh has graduated from Kshahrewar, an Academy focusing on Architecture. With this knowledge, we can estimate that Kaveh is around 26 and 29 years old, the average age a young lad can be after graduating. Additionally, Kaveh’s birthdate, according to the game, is July 9.

Kaveh's birthday Genshin Impact (age)

Kaveh is a well-known Sumeru architect who graduated with honors from Kshahrewar. Kaveh is an outspoken supporter of the arts and values aesthetics and creative maturity in almost everything, including architecture, interior design, mechanics, and even narrative.

In contrast to Alhaitham's logic, Kaveh operates first and primarily on what he believes to be correct.

And that's all there is to it. You've reached the end of our Genshin Impact Kaveh guide. Overall, Kaveh is only a B-tier on-field DPS because he needs a lot of good timing, rotation and other characters to buff him to reach his full potential as a Dendro Reaction DPS. To cut a long story short, Kaveh has a mid to high-skill ceiling. For other Dendro characters, check out our Baizhu guide, which can also be great when paired with Kaveh.

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