Klee users know just how destructive her attacks could get. If they could get past her charges and long animations, Klee can effectively obliterate foes who even try to get close to her. With a team that can aid her in positioning and support, Klee can unleash her full firepower without hesitation in Genshin Impact.
Updated on April 5, 2022, by Rhenn Taguiam: With Yae Miko adding yet another appealing Electro character to the slate of Genshin Impact characters, it’s no wonder a lot of players are eager to try swordmaster Kamisato Ayato in the upcoming 2.6 Update. After all, Ayato’s offensive nature might complement the destructive nature of Klee and her bombing specialization, and their Vaporize synergy might do a ton of work against enemies. However, before players try to measure their compatibility, they might want to see what the best team compositions for Klee are in Genshin Impact.
Despite her size, Klee can become quite the devastating foe to face with the right build. Players who want to dish out some nasty burst attacks can use Klee to rain hell on enemies. However, they might want to ensure that their Klee build can help utilize her burst potential more efficiently. Here are some things to take note of:
Players know that Klee is built to bring out the pain thanks to her Constellations. All of her Constellations boost the core potency of her attacks. Here are things to consider:
Being an offense specialist, Klee works best with weapons that boost her elemental damage - particularly when using her Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst. Here are some important weapons to consider using with her:
Klee should use Artifact sets that allow her to unleash her full Pyro potential to the fullest. Other than that, ideal Artifact sets should always try to boost her attack potential. Here are some Artifact sets that can work great with Klee's playstyle:
Since Klee packs a punch with her bombs, she's an ideal fit as a Secondary DPS for mean team setups. She's best paired with teammates that love dishing out damage to enemies. She's also particularly efficient when it comes to capitalizing on burst attacks with her party. Here are some ideal teammates:
Instead of having another Anemo character with Klee, she can actually team up with the player’s Anemo MC (Anemo) as a Sub-DPS and rely on both Xiangling (Pyro) and Barbara (Hydro) as support characters.
In this kind of setup, the player’s Anemo MC can group monsters together and have Xiangling and Klee punish them with their set of AOE attacks. Barbara can help the player and Klee whenever the enemies offer them enough punishment, and even then, the timed bombs from both Klee and Xiangling’s arsenal can eliminate enemies quite quickly.
Players who want a more beginner-friendly Klee party might want to pair her up with Kaeya, Xiangling, and Barbara. This time around, Klee can benefit from the melee specialization of both Kaeya (Cryo) and Xiangling (Pyro), allowing them to deal with enemies that get up close while Klee punishes them from an AOE standpoint with her bombs.
Meanwhile, Barbara will be providing relevant heals all throughout, replacing potential damage boosts with survivability. This can greatly benefit players who want to focus on exploration more than the heavier aspects of combat.
When it comes to damage numbers, no one can deny Klee and her destructive potential with her bombs. However, players can actually capitalize on her potential DPS by giving her all the tools needed for destructive power - a majorly-Pyro party. In this regard, Klee will have to team up with Thoma (Pyro), Xingqiu (Hydro), and Bennett (Pyro).
In this particular build, Bennett will provide the necessary DPS add-ons to the party to further boost Klee’s major damage. Moreover, Thoma and Xingqiu will give Klee much-needed Support DPS thanks to their core slate of abilities in addition to their Vaporize synergy.
Given Klee and her penchant to make things explode, she easily becomes the primary DPS in any party. In this particular composition, Klee gains assistance from both Xingqiu (Hydro) and Sucrose (Anemo) as Sub-DPS, this party can rake up damage numbers pretty quickly thanks to the trio’s specialization with AOE strikes.
With Bennett’s assistance as support, the party as a whole can gain boosted damage numbers that stand out in combat. Sucrose’s primary abilities let players group enemies while Xingqiu can unload burst shots to damage them quickly. A good ol’ bombs away from Klee and finish the job just as quick as players start them.
Sometimes, players can maximize Klee’s destructive potential if they take full advantage of her speed, and this is achieved with a fast-paced killing party composed of Klee, Fischl (Electro), Venti (Anemo), and Bennett (Pyro).
In this particular build, Klee’s bombing will be complemented by the long-ranged specialization of Fischl, punishing enemies from afar, so they remain within the range of Klee’s bombs. If they ever get close, Venti can always swoop in and gather them around, so Klee can give them another good round of bombing. As usual, Bennett’s support can be an invaluable asset when it comes to boosting the team’s overall attack.
Players who want to max out Klee’s damage with her charged attack can do well with Bennett (Pyro), Sucrose (Anemo), and Diona (Cryo). Bennett powers up Klee’s basic attack with Pyro Resonance and his natural toolkit. Moreover, Sucrose with the Viridescent Venerer can give enemies a 40% Pyro Resistance debuff, further enhancing Klee’s damage.
In addition to these natural buffs, Diona can help Klee achieve Melt reactions more often. Considering the insane Pyro DMG buffs from Melt, Klee’s attacks get that much-needed oomph.
Players who want to buff Klee’s destructive potential with more speed can get a lot out of Albedo (Geo), Sucrose (Anemo), and Diona (Cryo). Albeit lacking in terms of Pyro Resonance, Diona’s presence can proc Melt and give Klee a much-needed mobility boost. This works well in sync with the other high-DMG specs of other members.
In the case of boosting damage, Albedo as a Geo user can boost Klee’s Elemental Mastery and buff her overall DPS. Meanwhile, Sucrose as the Anemo user can create elemental reactions often to effectively crowd control enemies. Sucrose’s pulling mechanic can make way for devastating bursts when paired with Klee’s bomb attacks.
Klee can capitalize on her destructive prowess with the right synergies. In this situation, Klee alongside Bennett (Pyro), Xingqiu (Hydro), and Venti (Anemo) can help buff each other’s DMG parameters to insane levels. Bennett can provide Pyro Resonance to further increase Klee’s naturally-high DMG stat. On top of that, Bennett’s core kit alone buffs everyone else’s attack performance, letting them perform sub-DPS roles naturally.
On the other end, Xingqiu can unleash her Elemental Bursts that sync well with Klee’s. This will trigger Vaporize, which in turn buffs their DMG even more. Lastly, Venti’s crowd control specialization can give the other three room to maneuver and position their attacks properly.
Klee can tap into the core of her destructive potential with the right synergies, and a party with Mona (Hydro), Sucrose (Anemo), and Diona (Cryo) can do just the trick. At its core, this party build banks on Klee becoming a behemoth through proccing Vaporize and Melt reactions as often as possible.
Thanks to Mona and Sucrose’s crowd control potential, they can easily round up opponents for a good beating with Klee’s bombs. In addition, the two can raise Klee’s Elemental DMG to impressive scales, cementing Klee’s domination in the offense. Lastly, Diona’s defensive capabilities can constantly heal and shield Klee whenever necessary.
Players who want to capitalize on reactions to boost Klee’s overall DMG can rely on good ol’ fashioned Vaporize to do the trick. This reaction is possible with a party of Bennett (Pyro), Mona (Hydro), and Venti (Anemo) to join Klee in her destructive potential. At its core, this plays on two synergies: first, Bennett’s natural Pyro Resonance with Klee will drastically improve her DMG. Meanwhile, Venti with the Viridescent Venerer will also rake up high DPS for Klee.
Second, Mona’s Vaporize will boost Klee’s DMG by as much as 1.5%. Granted, Vaporize isn’t as potent as Melt (with Cryo), but Vaporize still gets the job done. And despite the lack of potency compared to Melt, Mona’s short CDs allow Klee to spam Vaporize often.
Players who want to capitalize on an alternate Vaporize setup could do well with Bennett (Pyro), Xinqiu (Hydro), and Sucrose (Anemo). Bennett would still provide Klee with much-needed Pyro Resonance. However, Sucrose’s toolkit is a much more potent incentive when it comes to boosting Klee’s DMG output much further. With the Venerer Set, Sucrose can impose a 40% reduction to Pyro Resistances across enemies, which syncs well with Sucrose’s passives.
Xingqiu functions generally the same way, this time to replace Mona. Compared to Mona, Xingqiu’s toolkit does a better job at allowing Klee to proc Vaporize. And with his Elemental SKill, Xingqiu can give Klee much-needed sustain in extended encounters.
Players who want to tap into a standard party composition can do wonders with Bennett (Pyro), Ganyu (Cryo), and Venti (Anemo). Klee can capitalize on this build when equipped with the Crimson Witch of Flames, which reduces the enemy’s Pyro Resistance by as much as 40%. This set syncs well whenever Klee triggers Pyro Swirl with Venti’s elemental skills, on top of Ganyu proccing the Melt reaction that doubles Pyro damage (even criticals!)
With this comp, Bennett immediately increases Klee’s basic DMG courtesy of their Pyro Resonance. Other than that, Bennett’s natural buffing kit can give the team a great DMG boost, cementing their DPS potential.
Genshin Impact was released in 2020 and is playable on PC, PS4, Android, and iOS.