Genshin Impact Infographic Breaks Down New Quicken and Aggravate Elemental Reactions – GameRant

A fan-made Genshin Impact infographic gives more details about two upcoming Dendro elemental reactions: Aggravate and Quicken.
The addition of the new Dendro element in the upcoming Genshin Impact update 3.0 will significantly impact the current character meta. The game's combat system is based on triggering elemental reactions in order to increase a party's damage potential.
Dendro will introduce a number of Genshin Impact new elemental reactions which seem much more complex than the current ones. One of those reactions is named Quicken which can be triggered by combining Electro with Dendro.
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Quicken also has two additional sub-reactions called Aggravate and Spread. Applying additional Electro damage to a character that is affected by Quicken will trigger Aggravate which increases Electro character's damage. Unlike other similar elemental reactions like Superconduct, Quicken can actually be removed from enemies similar to Freeze. A fan-made infographic posted on the popular Genshin Impact Leaks subReddit gives more information about Quicken and Aggravate and how players can build around them.
One of the most important things about Aggravate is the fact that its damage scales with Elemental Mastery which seems to be a common occurrence for the new Dendro elemental reactions. However, when it comes to the most popular Electro character, Raiden Shogun, players should prefer having a higher Attack percentage than Elemental Mastery. According to the post, the three support characters that will receive major damage buffs are Fischl, Yae Miko and Kuki Shinobu. Fischl is considered one of, if not the best Electro support at the moment as she has the potential to deal constant Electro damage even when she's not on the field.
Her elemental skill, Nightrider, spawns a night raven named Oz who will continuously attack nearby opponents. Recent leaks have confirmed that Fischl will be a part of the four-star squad for the upcoming Genshin Impact version 3.0. Since she joined the playable roster, Yae Miko's place in the meta has been hard to define. Similar to Fischl, she is a very strong off-field Electro damage dealer thanks to her famous totems. There is a high chance that Yae Miko's becomes an S-tier character once the new elemental reactions arrive.
When it comes to her build, players should try to get at least 150 Elemental Mastery which can easily be achieved with the new Glided Dreams artifact set. Choosing the right build path for Kuki Shinobu can be tricky as players will have to decide between stronger healing and higher damage numbers. Getting more Elemental Mastery will increase her damage potential, but having more HP will make her healing capabilities much more powerful.
Genshin Impact is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.
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