Mika is a 4 star Cryo character fighting with a hast weapon. In addition to being able to heal, he has the particularity of boosting attack speed and physical damage. He is an excellent choice of support for physical DPS like Eula or Razor. We'll go over the character's gameplay and special features in this complete Genshin Impact Mika Guide. This way you will know which artifacts and weapons to equip him with to get the best build. We also take the opportunity to give you some tips and tricks for beginners.
Mika is a 4 star character, you have a small chance to get him every time you make wishes on the standard wish banner, character event wish or weapon wish banner. He was released during the Genshin Impact 3.5 update.
Mika can be played without his constellations. However, physical DPS will benefit from greater bonuses and especially more easily with his constellations.
The C2 Companion's Ingress grants an additional 10% bonus to physical damage with Mika's elemental attack. And with C6 Companion's Counsel, not only will you still get a 10% bonus to physical damage, but on top of that, characters affected by the Soulwind effect will see their critical damage from their physical damage increase by 60%.
Mika is primarily intended as a support role for physical DPS. We detail its gameplay.
Mika provides significant healing with her elemental rampage Skyfeather Song. This ability restores your characters' health based on Mika's maximum health at triggering. It also grants the Eagleplume status. The active character gets extra healing every 2.5 seconds when they hit an enemy for 15 seconds.
However, this ability does not inflict any damage and does not apply the Cryo element to enemies.
Mika is different from Cryo caretakers like Diona because of his ability to give boosts with his elemental attack Starfrost Swirl. He then fires his crossbow at enemies and grants the Soulwind state to all nearby characters for 12 seconds. This increases the attack speed of the deployed character according to the level of the ability (up to 25%).
If you use this ability as a long press, you will shoot Rimestar Shards at up to 3 nearby enemies and inflict Cryo damage. When used as a single press, Mika quickly fires an Flowfrost Arrow.
With the Suppressive Barrage passive, the Soulwind state grants the Detector stack effect (10% physical damage bonus) if the Flowfrost Arrow hits more than one enemy. Each additional enemy grants an additional 10% bonus. The same applies to each Rimestar Shard that hits an enemy. This bonus can be granted a maximum of 3 times. You will not be able to activate this bonus if you fight only one enemy (unless you have at least C2). The more enemies you have, the more chance you have to get physical damage bonuses.
You will also be able to get a location stack with the Topographical Mapping passive if the deployed character is affected by Mika's elemental rampage and elemental attack and scores a critical hit. You can then gain up to 4 location stacks with Mika's elemental attack.
In short, Mika will heal your characters with his elemental rampage and increase their attack speed with his elemental attack. He will also be able to boost their physical damage if several enemies are hit. However, Mika will only apply the Cryo element with his elemental attack. Unfortunately, it will not be enough to trigger elemental reactions often with the Cryo element.
You are advised to increase its elemental attack first, then its elemental rampage.
Two stats are especially important for Mika: his HP and his energy recharge. The more HP he has, the more heals he will have. Likewise, he will need a maximum of energy recharge to regularly trigger his elemental rampage, ideally aim for 200%. We reveal you the best artifacts and weapons to equip on Mika in Genshin Impact in order to give him the best build.
The best artifact set to equip on Mika in Genshin Impact is the 4-piece Noblesse Oblige set. With it, he will increase the ATK of all your characters by 20% for 12 seconds after using his elemental rampage.
You can also use 2 pieces of the Tenacity of the Millelith set to increase his HP by 20% and 2 pieces of the Emblem of Severed Fate artifact set to boost his energy recharge by 20%.
The Ocean-Hued Clam set increases Mika's healing by 15% and will allow her to deal damage based on the amount of health she restores.
Statistics to focus on:
Secondary statistics :
The best weapon to equip on Mika in Genshin Impact, whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, is the Favonius Lance. This hast weapon confers a good number of energy recharges. Moreover, thanks to the passive, critical hits can generate energy particles for the other members of your team. If you choose this weapon, make sure that Mika has at least a 50% critical rate.
You can also start on the following weapons:
If you're new to Genshin Impact, the 4-piece The Exile artifact set is a good artifact choice for a support build. With it, you will increase Mika's energy recharge by 20%, and her elemental rampage will generate 2 energy particles to all team members (except Mika) every 2 seconds for 6 seconds.
As for the weapon, if you don't have the Favonius Lance, you can make the Prototype Starglitter at the blacksmith's to increase Mika's energy recharge.
In order to get Mika to level 90 in Genshin Impact and to increase his life points as much as possible, several resources will be necessary:
Mika can be played in any team that needs healing. But his main attraction is the physical damage and attack speed boost he brings. We advise you to play him with physical DPS like Eula, Razor, Fishletc.
One of the best teams to play Mika in Genshin Impact is: Eula / Fishl or Raiden / Mika / Zhongli (for the shield) or Bennett (to boost Eula even more). You can also play Eula with Mika, Zhongli and Yun Jin. The latter will increase her normal attack.
Mika is a member of the order of Favonius in Mondstadt, he holds the position of surveyor. He was born on August 11 and should be about sixteen years old. He is quite small, about 1.62 m tall.
That's it for this guide dedicated to Mika from Genshin Impact. This is a "niche" character as it works mostly with physical DPS. If you like to play Eula or RazorIf you like to play Eula or Razor, this will allow you to do more damage with them, especially if your Mika has his sixth constellation. On the other hand, it brings very little personal damage and does not apply the Cryo element much. We play it mainly for the boosts and the care it brings.
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