Genshin Impact Eula Guide Weapons Artifacts Talents

Eula’s best artifacts: Pale Flame 4-set vs. Pale Flame and Bloodstained Chivalry vs. Pale Flame/Bloodstained with Noblesse Oblige

Let’s discuss the best artifact options for Eula in Genshin Impact.

 

First off, there’s the Pale Flame artifact set which comes from the Ridge Watch domain. It’s also where you’ll receive the Tenacity of the Millelith set, perhaps the best option for Zhongli nowadays.

The Pale Flame artifact set has the following bonuses:

  • Two-piece bonus – +25% Physical damage.
  • Four-piece bonus – When an elemental skill hits an opponent, ATK is increased by 9% for seven seconds. This can stack up to two times and can be triggered every 0.3 seconds. Once two stacks are reached, the aforementioned two-piece bonus is increased by 100%.

What makes the four-piece Pale Flame artifact set great for Eula is the bonus to Physical damage. It’s the element, or non-element rather, that determines the DPS output of her burst/ult.

Speaking of Physical damage and bursts, you can also try out these two combos:

  • 2x Pale Flame and 2x Bloodstained Chivalry – You’ll gain an extra 25% Physical damage from Bloodstained Chivalry. As such, you’re looking at a 50% Physical damage bonus from Bloodstained and Pale Flame. You’re mostly losing out on the ATK% proc from a four-piece Pale Flame setup, but this might be viable in case that new artifact set didn’t have ideal rolls.
  • 2x Pale Flame or Bloodstained Chivalry and 2x Noblesse Oblige – This setup grants you a 25% Physical damage increase, along with the additional 25% elemental burst damage from the Noblesse Oblige.

Artifact stats:

  • Main stats – ATK% (sands) and Physical damage (goblet). For the circlet, you can go with crit rate since Eula’s ascension grants extra crit damage.
  • Sub-stats – Prioritize crit damage, crit rate, and ATK%.

Anyway, let’s discuss Eula’s talents and constellations in the next part of our Genshin Impact guide.

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