Kamisato Ayaka has a lot of tools that can help her because she is a very adaptable person.
When you get a new five-star character in Genshin Impact, you have to decide what weapon to give them. When it comes to Ayaka, Genshin Impact has a good number of swords from which to choose. Since she’s a full-fledged DPS main or carry, you should give her the best weapons you have in that crowded collection.
One thing that works in Ayaka’s favor is that she is a Cryo character. So, she doesn’t have to depend too much on artifacts or weapons to boost her Critical Rate. This is something to think about when choosing the best tool for her. Keeping this in mind, these swords will help make sure your Ayaka is one of the best.
For people who play the game for free or for the first time, Cool Steel is the best tool for Ayaka. Since it’s a 3-star weapon, it’s not hard to get it to refining 5. At the top level, it gives you 35.2% more ATK and 24.2% more DMG against enemies that Hydro or Cryo affect.
The Freeze team is one of Ayaka’s best because it makes it hard for enemies to avoid her Burst, and this weapon fits perfectly with that team. It might even be better than some of the four-star guns on this list if it has good artifacts.
Some people might want to use Ayaka as a Burst support because her strong Burst can deal a lot of damage without taking any field time. But you have to get up to 80 Energy before you can use this skill. The strong 61.3% Energy Recharge on the Sacrificial Sword can help you do just that.
In addition, it lets you use your Elemental Skill twice in a row, which is one of the most dangerous skills. Even so, your Ayaka’s Normal Attack won’t do much damage with this weapon, so she’ll only be able to help.
The Festering Desire is another choice for people who are having trouble with Ayaka’s energy problems and don’t want to use Cryo battery figures to help. It gives less Energy Recharge than the Sacrificial Sword, but it gives more damage in exchange for that.
The passive feature of the weapon makes Ayaka’s Elemental Skill do more damage, but that’s not her main way to do damage. Overall, it’s still a good weapon if you don’t have anything better, but you could only get it during a Dragonspine event that lasted for a short time.
Lion’s Roar only deals damage, which is great for Ayaka teams that already have a Cryo battery for her. Your Normal and Charged moves, which do most of Ayaka’s damage, get a big boost from the secondary stat’s ATK bonus.
The passive power, on the other hand, is very useful for a Reverse Melt Ayaka team. It makes Ayaka deal 20% more damage to enemies who are impacted by Pyro. If you give Ayaka Xiangling’s Pyronado, Lion’s Roar will happen, dealing a huge amount of Melt damage.
Here is a tool that works well on Ayaka and can be used by anyone. Iron Sting is a four-star sword that can be made, so it should be easy for most players to get. Because of the secondary stat, it’s not the best tool for Ayaka. It works best with Ayaka teams that use Reverse Melt.
Even without that, Ayaka’s passive ability makes sure that her attacks and powers always do more Cryo DMG. When she uses this sword to deal elemental damage, her DMG will go up by up to 24 percent for six seconds.
The Amenoma Kageuchi is a great tool for everyone and can be made in Inazuma. In terms of numbers, it’s not bad. Even though the base attack is low, the high percentage bonus in the secondary stat spot makes up for it. So, it’s about the same as other good four-star swords for Ayaka that are harder to get.
The important thing here is the power of the weapon. It gives Ayaka a lot of Energy Recharge. Since her most obvious weakness is that her Elemental Burst costs a lot of energy, the Amenoma Kageuchi can be a good antidote because it can give Ayaka 18 to 36 energy back every time she uses her Elemental Burst.
Skyward Blade works well with Ayaka in an interesting way. It not only gives your Energy Recharge a huge boost, but it also makes your Crit Rate go up. When you use your Elemental Burst, you also get more Movement SPD, ATK SPD, Normal Attack damage, and Charged Attack damage.
The tool can do a little bit of everything, but it’s not very good at anything, so it’s ranked low. You’ll also need a lot of ATK on her items, since the passive buff to DPS is based on your ATK.
The Black Sword is a good Crit weapon for the Cryo Princess. It is one of the best four-star swords in Snake Game. It’s a bit pricey, and you can only get it through the paid form of the Battle Pass, so free-to-play players can’t get it. But when used on Ayaka, it’s worth every penny.
The passive power of the Black Sword heals Ayaka and makes her Normal Attacks and Charged Attacks do more damage. Also, the rise in Crit Rate is very helpful for Ayaka because it lets her use a different artifact set, like Noblesse Oblige, which does better Burst damage.
Many people think that the Blackcliff Longsword is the best four-star choice for Ayaka. It has a high spot that is hard to beat. It gives her a lot of critical damage, which is better than critical rate, given how easy it is for her to get critical rate.
There are, however, two problems with the Blackcliff Longsword. The first step is to get it, which requires 24 Masterless Starglitters. Those are hard to get if you don’t plan ahead. Another problem is that the passive power of the weapon won’t work against enemies with only one target.
Even though Aquila Favonia’s secondary number isn’t very useful for Ayaka, her huge base attack of 674 is more than enough to make up for it. When the math was done, this five-star Favonius Knights sword was just a little bit better than the two red four-star swords that had been used before.
All of this is because the passive ability gives an extra boost to ATK. Also, this passive ability has an extra effect that gives Ayaka occasional explosive damage and some clutch healing, which is always nice since she has to dodge charged attacks, which can be hard to do.
Light Of Foliar Incision
Along with Alhaitham, this beautiful sword came out in Genshin Impact. It is one of the best swords in the game. As a secondary stat, it gives you a huge 88.2% Crit DMG, and with maximum polish, you can also get up to 8% Crit Rate. Even though Ayaka only has one reason to use this tool.
When you use Elemental DMG on a Normal Attack, your Normal Attack and Elemental Skill DMG get a boost, but the boost depends on how well you know your elements. If you want to use this weapon, you should get this stat on Ayaka’s items and put her on a reverse-melt team.
Primordial Jade Cutter
The Primordial Jade Cutter is an even better alternative to the Black Sword. It gives Ayaka a large amount of Critical Rate. So much that, based on the things you give her, some of it might even go to waste. That’s one thing wrong with this gun.
Besides that, it’s a great tool that she can use. Not only does it give her more HP, but it also does more damage based on how much HP she has. High base damage is also not a bad thing. At the very least, it’s better than other four-star guns.
Those of you who were lucky enough to get this tool during its short run should be happy. It’s Ayaka’s third-best sword because it drops her ATK a lot. Ayaka’s passive ability is focused on shields, but that only means she can play with less delays if there is a shielder in the group.
When she hits, which she does quickly and easily, the damage she does goes up even more. Any way you look at it, this weapon makes her damage so much higher that, in some situations, the Summit Shaper can even fight with Ayaka’s best weapon.
Haran Geppaku Futsu
The Kamisato brothers are very close, and their weapons show this. Haran Geppaku Futsu is Ayato’s primary weapon, and at the highest level, it has a 33.1% Crit Rate. Depending on how refined your weapon is, it can also improve your Elemental DMG and Normal Attack DMG.
Since Ayaka’s normal attacks mostly give elemental damage, it’s a good fit for her. To get the most out of this tool, you’ll need to use the Elemental Skills of other people in your party. With this tool, Shenhe can be one of the best people on Ayaka’s team.
It’s no surprise that Ayaka’s signature tool is the best-in-slot for her character. After all, it was made with her in mind. It has a sharper edge than most other swords for Ayaka because of its secondary stat.
The weapon’s passive power, on the other hand, seems like it was made just for Ayaka. All of her moves and hits add to the passive, which gives her a crazy amount of Elemental Damage bonus that turns her Elemental Burst into a raging blizzard that eats everything in its path.