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Hu Tao


Enemies affected by Blood Blossom will take Pyro DMG every 4s. This DMG is considered Elemental Skill DMG.Each enemy can be affected by only one Blood Blossom effect at a time, and its duration may only be refreshed by Hu Tao herself.




Hu Tao



Commands a blazing spirit to attack, dealing Pyro DMG in a large AoE.Upon striking the enemy, regenerates a percentage of Hu Tao's Max HP. This effect can be triggered up to 5 times, based on the number of enemies hit.If Hu Tao's HP is below or equal to 50% when the enemy is hit, both the DMG and HP Regeneration are increased.


Hu Tao's antics and eccentricity belies her role as the 77th Director of the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor and her talent as a poet. Nevertheless, she treats the parlor's operations with utmost importance, and holds funeral ceremonies with the highest dignity and solemnity.


Hu Tao is a good unit at C0. However, C1 improves not only her overall DPS potential but also her ease of use by making her cancels more fluid, giving her more i-frames by letting her dash cancel, and increasing the total number of Charged Attacks you can execute. Her damage at C0 is still more than enough for most content, but the step up to C1 is noticeable.


Pre-C2 Yelan as the sole Hydro unit does not apply enough Hydro for Hu Tao to reliably Vape without either extremely precise inputs or external help to maintain the Hydro aura. The latter can come in the form of Fischl or a Hydro-absorbed Kazuha Burst. Reliable Hydro application is why Xingqiu is generally the more preferred pairing for Hu Tao as a solo Hydro unit.


Playing C0 Hu Tao without cancels and just spamming her CAs allows you to reach close to the same level of damage as playing her with well-performed jump cancels. Uncancelled N1Cs are about 90% as effective as good N1CJs, while uncancelled N2Cs are around 95% as effective as good N2CJs.


As shown in the chart in the Combo Comparison section, going from 6N2C to 8N2C can yield a 26% increase in damage. This is on par with the approximate 28% increase you get upgrading from R5 Missive Windspear to R1 Homa, and demonstrates the significant damage increase you can get from improving your mechanical skill on Hu Tao.


However, Hu Tao does get relatively more value out of character levels than purely ATK-scaling units due to her HP scaling from Skill. You should raise her character level once you are done leveling her Talents. For illustration, leveling her from 80/90 to 90/90 can yield about 7-8% increase in damage. (See calcs here for more details.)


Each enemy can be affected by only one Blood Blossom effect at a time, and its duration may only be refreshed by Hu Tao herself.Paramita Papilio ends when its duration is over, or Hu Tao has left the battlefield or fallen.


Note that Hu Tao generally should not use her Burst every rotation, as she prefers to run low Energy Recharge and wants to avoid healing above 50% HP. Hitting multiple enemies with Burst also regenerates more HP, which can easily heal Hu Tao above that threshold.


This is technically the most efficient cooking Passive if players are seeking to maximize healing or revival effects received. However, it does not stack with perfect dishes in the NRE, making it much more of a hassle to properly use.


It is worth noting in some AoE situations it can be worth intentionally canceling her Charge Attack late in order to hit more enemies; that said, players should still generally aim to cancel them to ensure proper targeting.


If performed quickly, N1CD combos can run into the issue of dash cooldown, which prevents a character from dashing more than 2 times in quick succession. If this becomes an issue, players should use N1CJ after every 2 N1CD to avoid being locked out by dash cooldown.


N2CJ is almost always guaranteed to apply Pyro at least once from Normal Attacks due to them being subject to the 2.5s ICD reset. With well-executed N2CDs, every third N2CD does not apply any Pyro from Normal Attacks.


Playing C0 Hu Tao without cancels and just spamming her CAs allows you to reach close to the same level of damage as playing her with good jump cancels. Assuming all Normal Attacks hit, uncancelled N1Cs are about 90% as effective as good N1CJs, while uncancelled N2Cs are around 95% as effective as good N2CJs.


If Hu Tao casts her Burst during the ending frames of a CA for which Paramita Papilio is active, the Burst will likewise snapshot buffs from the extended Paramita Papilio state. This allows Hu Tao to reliably cap off her combos with Burst without losing any Skill state uptime. In other words, if you buffer a Burst during your last CA during Paramita Papilio, you will always be able to add a Burst to the end of your combo.


In theory, the amount of time spent in hitlag gets added to the total duration of the effect in question. However, due to the particular way that the game calculates this additional time, hitlag extension usually meaningfully prolongs the duration of Paramita Papilio to allow certain combos to become possible only with hitlag.


Note that C1 is only a DPS increase if you are taking advantage of the Stamina reduction effect to dash cancel and execute higher-damage combos. Otherwise, the only benefit C1 will provide is more Stamina left over at the end of a combo.


If using 4CW, the first EM breakpoint is 100 EM; if using other sets, the breakpoint is closer to 150 EM. The EM breakpoints consider total EM, including EM buffs. For reference, Sucrose provides around 150 EM on average, 4pc Instructor gives 120 EM and R1 Elegy for the End gives 100 EM. As always, you should aim for a 1:2 CRIT ratio as much as possible.


Flex units typically either provide buffs, personal damage, or come with some other additional utility such as enabling VV setups or ensuring Vape consistency. This makes them generally important on Hu Tao teams; however, most of them are relegated to specific archetypes that use their abilities best.


VV Vape teams transfer more buffs onto Hu Tao by including an Anemo character to Swirl Pyro and buff Hu Tao, typically Kazuha or Sucrose. They will also require an additional Pyro character to provide a Pyro aura to swirl. Some choices include Thoma (for a shield), Amber (for easier setup and potentially Elegy for the End) and Bennett (for a big ATK buff).


As usual, Xingqiu or Yelan will have to be present to enable Vape. At C0, solo Yelan is not sufficient to reliably Vape Hu Tao; the Anemo character should absorb Hydro to supplement her application. The Anemo character can usually Swirl Hydro too, allowing Xingqiu/Yelan to be buffed as well.


Because of the considerable downtime in this rotation with Xingqiu, you can open with Xingqiu Q N1 E N2 to take advantage of his C4 while also letting him catch his own particles. You can weave throughout the rotation to fill time. Doing an N1 before Hu Tao E can help establish Hydro aura to ensure that her first CA Vapes when using N1C combos.


Overvape requires a rather fast Electro applier. Fischl is the best option, as her A4 Passive has no ICD and with Hu Tao as the trigger for Overloaded, it will reliably proc, maintaining high Electro uptime. Other Electro characters, like Yae, will also work, but they may need to have their Electro application supplemented by an Anemo or another Electro character for Yelan to be usable.


Overvape teams can also use Thundering Fury on Hu Tao, where she ends her Skill state early to refresh Fischl before casting a second Skill. This is extremely hard to execute and not at all recommended, but is, if done correctly, a very strong option and super cool.


An oldie but a goodie. This team first came to prominence around the time Hu Tao first released. Back then, Geo Resonance was one of the few ways to significantly buff Hu Tao, and the team conveniently provided a beefy shield as well as easy gameplay.


This team has the highest damage potential for Mono Pyro Hu Tao. Bennett provides ATK buffs to both Hu Tao and Xiangling, and Pyro DMG Bonus at C6. Xiangling provides considerable off-field damage while also buffing Hu Tao with her Pyro RES Shred at C1 and Pyro DMG Bonus at C6.


Using Bennett is not necessary; Thoma provides NA DMG Bonus at C6 and provides helpful interruption resistance. While these teams tend to be weaker than those with Bennett, it can be helpful to free him for use on the other side of the Abyss.


Tao is a pioneer in China focusing on environmental issues arising out of international trade. He was the chief expert of a special technical team that provided support for China's negotiation on trade and environment issues under the Committee of Trade and Environment (CTE) of WTO. Tao also advised on China's Environmental Goods and Services (EGS) negotiation in Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).


Things are getting real as Hu Tao is nearly upon us in Genshin Impact. After showing off the character yesterday, Genshin Impact has now confirmed the date, time and her companion 4 stars for her banner.


In addition to this, Hu Tao will get a story quest that will go live at the same time, and will be permanently unlocked and available if you have hit AR40 or above. A few days later on March 5, there will be a new Vishaps and Where to Find Them event, which may be one of the last for this patch.


Speaking of Xiangling, I have both her and Chongyun constellation maxed, so not feeling those rate-ups. I do need a lot more of Xinqiu, however, so if I get him, that will be nice, and he makes for a great support with his rain swords.


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