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Genshin Impact: Sucrose best Artifacts guide

Buff your team.

Sucrose is a 4-star character in Genshin Impact and is one of the classic Anemo choices for you to pick. Sucrose might only be a 4-star character, but don’t let that underestimate you. She is one of the most capable 4-star characters in the game, thanks to her strong support abilities. Sucrose uses her knowledge as an alchemist to support your allies, increasing their Elemental Mastery which boosts their damage in turn. Follow this Genshin Impact Sucrose best Artifacts guide to help you grow some wings.

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Genshin Impact: Sucrose best Artifacts guide

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Viridescent Venerer

  • 2-piece bonus: Anemo DMG +15%.
  • 4-piece bonus: Increases Swirl DMG by 60%. Decreases opponent’s Elemental RES to the element infused in the Swirl by 40% for 10s.

The Viridescent Venerer is the premier option for a majority of Anemo support or sub-DPS characters. In regards to Sucrose, she is able to decrease her opponent’s Elemental RES due to her tendency to swirl with her enemies. This makes this Artifact set a strong option that complements Sucrose’s strengths completely as a character who exists to buff your team’s Elemental DMG and elemental reactions. The 2-piece bonus is not as important, due to Sucrose’s low personal damage, so ensure you have a strong 4-piece set to use when using this.

Noblesse Oblige

  • 2-piece bonus: Elemental Burst DMG +20%.
  • 4-piece bonus: Using an Elemental Burst increases all party members’ ATK by 20% for 12s. This effect cannot stack.

If you cannot obtain four good Viridescent Venerer pieces, then consider bringing the Noblesse Oblige as an alternative. The Noblesse Oblige buffs the ATK of your allies by 20%. This is a generally useful Artifact set for you and your allies and allows you to increase your team’s overall damage. Like with the Viridescent Venerer, Sucrose’s personal damage is low, so you are using this set for the buff given by the 4-piece set.

Instructor

  • 2-piece bonus: Increases Elemental Mastery by 80.
  • 4-piece bonus: Upon triggering an Elemental Reaction, increases all party members’ Elemental Mastery by 120 for 8s.

This cheaper option is limited due to its maximum rarity being capped at 4-stars. However, the Instructor set has incredibly useful passives that makes it a viable option for Sucrose. This set boosts Sucrose’s Elemental Mastery by a significant amount and increases the Elemental Mastery buff given to your allies. Use the Instructor as a cheaper alternative to other Artifact options in the game.


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