Ayaka build: everything you need to know about Kamisato Ayaka

If you are into Genshin Impact, then you must know all about Kamisato Ayaka, as she is one of the characters in it. The Ayaka build is basically a Cyro Sword user that hails from Inazuma. It has been almost a year since the character was released, and yet a lot of players still consider her one of the best characters in the game. She is ranked as SS on the Genshin Impact tier list. In case you are considering her and want to learn more about her, below are everything you will ever need to know about this character.

Ayaka talent list

Ayaka has a lot of different talents that you can use when you get her character, and if you have been thinking about how powerful she is, then learning about these talents will help you out in deciding that.

Normal attack

This is one of Ayaka’s basic attacks or what is known as the Kamisato Art of Kabuki. And while this normal attack sequence is really nothing special, her charge attack is powerful. You get a long-range when you use this specific attack, and you can easily hit up a couple of enemies at one time. This means that you get to hit a lot of enemies at one time, especially if you position yourself in a good place.

Elemental skill

The Ayaka build involves the elemental skill called the Hyouka, and it is a fairly simple talent that allows the character to launch enemies around her. It also deals with Cyro damage, and while this particular ability does not damage the enemies a lot, the amount of energy that this generates is very important, and that is certainly why a lot of people have been looking forward to this.

Elemental Burst

Another talent that Ayaka has which is known to be the money maker of all her skillset, would, be the Kamisato Art: Soumetsu. This is because she is able to summon a whirlwind and also deal with any Cryo damage. It also deals with any damage to Ayaka, which is certainly something to look forward to.


The Kamisato Art of Senho is quite a unique skill that allows Ayaka to move quickly to the point that she even disappears over a fog of ice. It also allows the character to move atop the water at the same time. Truly, this is something that is innovative when you think about it. She would also put in Cryo on all the nearby enemies by infusing her sword with it, and the attacks are certainly quite strong as well.

Talents ranked

When it comes to the ranking of the talents that Ayaka has, Elemental Burst is truly one of the best, followed by the Normal attack and the elemental skills coming in last. This is because the Ayaka build would normally go from the normal attacks as they are better than the elemental skills. Thus, if you are planning to use her character, you really need to be aware of this.

Best combinations

When you are not planning to use the Skill or Burst talents by Ayaka, it is highly likely that you will be trying the charged and normal attacks. In that case, you might want to know about the best combinations on how to use them.


The NIC is a combination attack made by using the charged attack after the normal attack. If you want to hit a lot of enemies at the same time, all you really need to do is alternate between the two attacks or the dash and hold the attack button.


On the other hand, when you are in a one and one situation, it would be best to use the N2C combination, which means you use the normal attack twice before you go for the charged attack.

A note

It would be important to note that you should recommend dashing in between combinations so that you can reset the animations and also apply Ayaka’s famous Cryo on the enemies.

Passive talents

While there are active talents that are mentionedd before, Ayaka also has a lot of different passive talents that you might want to make the most out of.

Ascension stat

When you ascend, Ayaka will be able to get more Crit DMG, so this is a passive talent that you would find to be very useful.

1st ascension

The first ascension or also known as the Amatsumi Kunitsumi Sanctification of the Ayaka build, would mean that after you use Hyouka, Normal, and Charged attack, you will have a 30% increase in damage hits for about six seconds. Indeed, this is a cool bonus that you wouldwant to make the most of as it will help you out a lot in the long run of things.

4th ascension

Also known as the Kanten Senmyou Blessing, when you apply the cryo when the Senho is near its end, and you hit your opponent, Ayaka will have ten stamina restoration and a 19% cryo DMG bonus for about ten seconds.

Utility passive

The Fruits of Shinsa is the time when Ayaka would craft weapon Ascension materials, and she gets a 10% chance of receiving double the product.

Constellations you need to know

Since Ayaka is already an amazing and powerful character without the constellations, a lot of people do not focus on these things. However, if you have money to spare, you will do well if you decide to try it out. Below are some of the constellations you would want to know more about.

Snowswept Sakura

When you use this, you get a 50% higher chance of decreasing the cooldown time of the Hyouka by three seconds, and you also get better damage to opponents so that you will be able to beat them a little bit faster than usual.

Blizzard Blade Seki no To

When you cast the Soumetsu, you get two smaller additional frost flake, and they help in bringing more damage to your enemies to up to 20% additional damage indeed.

Frostbloom Kamifubuki

This constellation increases your Soumetsu by three, and you can do an upgrade level for this skill to about 15.

Ebb and flow

The Ayaka build also allows you to use the ebb and flow constellation, which means that the opponents that are damaged by the Frostflake Seki no to will have their defense lowered by 30% for six seconds straight.

Blossom Cloud Irutsuki

This helps you improve your Hyouka by 3, of which the maximum level upgrade that you can get is 15.

Dance of Suigetsu

One of the most powerful constellations would be the Dance of Suigetsu, as it helps Ayaka to gain Usurahi Butou, which allows her to increase her damage for charged attacks to about 298%. You will also be able to hit opponents better before your timer restarts.

Ayaka Playstyle

When it comes to learning about Ayaka’s playstyle, it is mostly centered around her skill burst. You just need to improve this particular talent and figure out what to do during the cooldown. The damage that Ayaka gives are mostly because of her burst, so if you miss an enemy during that, it would be a mistake that can be fatal to you. This is why it is important that you make sure that you position the Ayaka to build well and that you target your enemies better.


There are a couple of artifacts that you would have to consider when it comes to using Ayaka. For example, the Blizzard Strayer set would be one of the best that you can get for your character. It is also one of the best sets inside the Genshin Impact game. This also means that you would have to spend some money on it, but in turn, you gain a lot of Critical hit rates, which will allow you to finish the game earlier. If you have just started out, then you need not worry too soon about getting this particular artifact.


Ayaka also has a lot of weapons, from the 5-star weapons to mistsplitter reforged to the primordial jade cutter, the summit shaper, the 4-star weapons, the black sword, and the black cliff longsword.  These are all powerful weapons that you might want to check out or even try later on when you have enough money to equip Ayaka with them.


When it comes to the team, you want a General Ayaka Freeze team since this is the basic and most important one for her. This will allow freezing enemies to be done so that you can focus and aim better. It is also good since the enemies will not move, so you can aim a little better than usual.

At the end of the day, what matters most is that you familiarize yourself with the Ayaka build so that you will be able to enjoy the game better and defeat your enemies a little faster in the game. If you have just started playing, you should not stress yourself out and just keep playing until you get better.

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