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Genshin Impact: The best weapon for Sangonomiya Kokomi

Let’s discuss the best weapons in Genshin Impact for Sangonomiya Kokomi.


Everlasting Moonglow (energy recharge) – If we’re solely looking at the featured weapon in the Epitome Invocation banner, then we can consider the Everlasting Moonglow as the best weapon for Sangonomiya Kokomi in Genshin Impact. Apart from the energy recharge sub-stat, this 5-star catalyst has the following perks:

  • Innate +10% healing bonus.
  • Increased normal attack damage based on 1% of her max HP.
  • For 12 seconds after using her burst, normal attacks that hit opponents restore 0.6 energy.

There’s just one glaring problem: you shouldn’t really waste your primogems/crystals on a 5-star weapon that will be used by a healer. This is a terrible investment owing to the unnecessary spending. If you really want to spend on a 5-star weapon, you’re better off using the Epitomized Path mechanic to get the Primordial Jade-Cutter sword. It tends to be one of the top picks for sword wielders in the game.

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Thrilling Tales of the Dragon Slayers (HP%) – All things being equal and ignoring rarity, then Thrilling Tales of the Dragon Slayers is Kokomi’s ideal weapon. It’s got HP% as a sub-stat, which helps Kokomi’s abilities that scale off this stat. It’s easy enough to obtain since it can sometimes be included in wish pulls, so you can refine it without issues. Lastly, you’re going to swap to another party member anyway, and they could use the ATK% boost once the swap occurs.

Prototype Amber (HP%) – The Prototype Amber is an okay choice, especially for pure free-to-play gamers, since it comes from the blacksmith’s forge. It’s got HP% as a sub-stat, and it provides energy and HP regen for your party after using Kokomi’s burst.

Anyway, let’s go to the next part of our Genshin Impact Sangonomiya Kokomi guide to talk about the best artifacts that we can use.

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Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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