Genshin Impact’s Dori is an adorable, pink-haired Sumeru merchant certainly masters the essence of style, and has plenty of tricks up those billowing sleeves – including a purple slime pal. So come one, come all, to our totally-not-a-scam Genshin Dori build, where we go over her best weapons, artifacts, and more. This gal may drive a hard bargain, but her quality goods are usually worth it in the end.
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Genshin Impact Dori
Who is Genshin Dori?
Dori is a merchant from Genshin Impact’s Sumeru, who has a reputation for offering a huge range of weird and wonderful wares. She’s a four-star support unit, who wields an electro claymore and restores hp and energy for nearby teammates with her elemental burst.
What is the best Genshin Dori build?
Genshin Dori is a unique character with rare support capabilities, both healing her allies and regenerating energy. She makes for a pretty great battery, too, making her a great support choice for any team with energy-hungry DPS.
At constellation four, Dori’s healing and energy recharge receive a great boost under certain parameters. Don’t worry if you haven’t got this constellation though – it’s a handy bonus, but not a necessary one.
On the other hand, her personal damage really isn’t great, and she does require a lot of energy recharge herself to maximise her potential. But in the right team she can be a true asset.
What’s the best Genshin Dori weapon?
Generally speaking, Sacrificial Greatsword is one of the best weapons for Dori. Despite it being a four-star, its high energy recharge and the CD reset of its skill makes it pull ahead of five-star options like Skward Pride. That being said, Skyward Pride is still a strong option if you’ve got a spare copy laying around.
Favonius Greatsword and Katsuragikiri Nagamasa are good alternates if you don’t have the weapons mentioned above, if only as stat-sticks to boost her energy recharge. There’s also some discussion around how viable The Bell is. The Bell has been considered pretty useless since its release, but Dori can actually make use of its passive – though it still doesn’t work as well as the previously mentioned options.
|Dori weapon||Description||How to obtain|
|Sacrificial Greatsword||Base stat: +6.7% energy recharge
Skill: after damaging an opponent with an elemental skill, the skill has a 40% to end its own cooldown. This can only occur once every 30 seconds
|Skyward Pride||Base stat: +8% energy recharge
Skill: increases all damage by 9%. Creates a vacuum blade upon an elemental burst, normal, or charged attack hit. The vacuum blade does 80% of attack as damage to enemies along its path. Lasts for 20 seconds or eight vacuum blades
|Favonius Greatsword||Base stat: +13.3% energy recharge
Skill: crit hits have a 60% chance to generate a small amount of elemental particles, which regenerate six energy for the character. Can only occur once every 12 seconds
|Katsuragikiri Nagasama||Base stat: +10% energy recharge
Skill: increases elemental skill damage by 6%. After your elemental skill hits an opponent, Dori loses three energy but regenerates three energy every two seconds for the next six seconds. This effect can occur once every ten seconds, and can triggere even when Dori isn’t in the field
|Forged at blacksmith (blueprint obtained through Inzauma quests)|
What are the best Genshin Dori artifacts?
Generally, combining two Emblem of Severed Fate with two Tenacity of the Milelith best suits Dori in most situations. Noblesse Oblige is also a good option if no one else on the team has a full set, or you can go with a full set of Emblem of Severed Fate.
|Dori artifacts||Effect||How to obtain|
|Tenacity of the Milelith||Two equipped: HP +20%
Four equipped: upon hitting an enemy with an elemental skill, all nearby party members gain 20% attack and 30% shield strength for three seconds. You can trigger this effect once every 0.5 seconds, even if the character equipped with the artifact is not on the field
|Ridge Watch domain on Bishui Plain, Liyue|
|Emblem of Severed Fate||Two equipped: energy recharge +20%
Four equipped: increases elemental burst damage by 25% of energy recharge. You can obtain a maximum of 75% bonus damage in this way
|Momiji-Dyed Court domain on Yashiori Island in Inazuma|
|Noblesse Oblige||Two equipped: elemental burst damage +20%
Four equipped: increases all party members’ attack by 20% for 12 seconds after using an elemental burst. This effect cannot stack
|Clear Pool and Mountain Cavern domain in Minlin, Mt. Aozang, or from the Noblesse Oblige Artifact Strongbox|
Artifact stat recommendations
Above all, your main aim for Dori is to get her energy recharge up to about 200% or higher, as her main utility is her burst. After that, you should aim to increase her HP% and elemental mastery.
- Goblet – HP% or electro damag bonus
- Sands – energy recharge or HP%
- Circlet – HP% or healing bonus
- Energy recharge
- Elemental mastery
What are Genshin Dori’s skills?
Here are each of Genshin Dori’s skills.
Genshin Dori normal attack
|Marvelous Sword-Dance (normal attack)||Perform up to three consecutive attacks|
|Marvelous Sword-Dance (charged)||Drain stamina over time to perform continuous spinning attacks against all nearby opponents, and finish with a powerful slash|
|Marvelous Sword-Dance (plunge)||Plunge from mid-air to strike the ground below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE damage upon impact|
Genshin Dori skill
|Spirit Warding Lamp: Troubleshooter Cannon||Direct a spirit-warding lamp to fire off Troubledshooter Shots at opponents, dealing electro damage. When Fixer Shots hit opponents, they create two After-Sales Service Rounds that automatically track opponents and deal electro damage|
Genshin Dori burst
|Alcazararay’s Exactitude||Summon forth the spirit within the lamp to give the client various kinds of aid. The lamp spirit connects to a nearby character. The connected character continuously restores HP based on Dori’s max HP, and continuously regenerates energy. When the connector between the Lamp Spirit and the character touches opponents, it deals electro damage to them every 0.4 seconds. Only one Lamp Spirit can exist at one time|
Genshin Dori passive
|Unexpected Order||25% chance to recover some of the materials used when crafting character and weapon materials|
|An Eye for Gold||After a character connected to the Lamp Spirit triggers an electro-charged, superconduct, overloaded, quicken, aggravate, or spread reaction, the cooldown of Spirit-Warding Lamp: Troubleshooter Cannon is decreased by one second. Can only be triggered once every three seconds|
|Compound Interest||When the troubleshooter Shots or After-Sales Service Rounds from Spirit-Warding Lamp: Troubleshooter Cannon hit opponents, Dori restores five elemental energy for every 100% energy recharge possessed. A maximum of 15 energy can be restored this way per Spirit-Warding Lamp: Troubleshooter Cannon|
What are Genshin Dori’s constellations?
If you pull more than one copy of Genshin Dori, you can unlock these constellations.
|C1 – Additional Investment||The number of After-Sales Service Rounds created by Troubleshooter Shots increases by one|
|C2 – Special Franchise||When the Lamp Spirit heals the character it’s connected to, it fires a Jinni Toop from the character’s position, dealing 20% of Troubleshooter Shot’s damage|
|C3 – Value for More||Increases the level of Spirit-Warding Lamp: Troubleshooter Cannon by three|
|C4 – Discretionary Supplement||When the character connected to the Lamp Spirit’s HP is lower than 50%, they gain 50% incoming healing bonus, and when their energy is less than 50%, they gain 30% energy recharge|
|C5 – Wonders Never Cease||Increases the level of Alcazarzaray’s Exactitude by three|
|C6 – Sprinkling Weight||After using Spirit-Warding Lamp: Troubleshooter Cannon, Dori gains three seconds of electro infusion. Additionally, for the next three seconds, when her normal attacks hit opponents, all party members heal HP equivalent to 4% of Dori’s max HP. This type of healing can occur once every 0/1 seconds|
What are Genshin Dori’s ascension materials?
In order to ascend Dori, you need the following materials. Be sure to check out our Genshin Impact map guide if you need help finding anything.
|20+||20,000||One Vajrada Amethyst sliver, three kalpalata lotus, three faded red satin|
|40+||40,000||Three Vajrada Amethyst fragments, ten kalpalata lotus, 15 faded red satin, two Thunderclap Fruitcore|
|50+||60,000||Six Vajrada Amethyst fragments, 20 kalpalata lotus, 12 trimmed red silk, four Thunderclap Fruitcore|
|60+||80,000||Three Vajrada Amethyst chunks, 30 kalpalata lotus, 18 trimmed red silk, eight Thunderclap Fruitcore|
|70+||100,000||Six Vajrada Amethyst chunk, 45 kalpalata lotus, 12 rich red brocade, 12 Thunderclap Fruitcore|
|80+||120,000||Six Vajrada Amethyst gemstones, 60 kalpalata lotus, 24 rich red brocade, 20 Thunderclap Fruitcore|
What are Genshin Dori’s talent level up materials?
Here are all the talent level-up materials you need to ascend one of Dori’s talents to level ten.
|Two||12,500||Three Teachings of Ingenuity, six faded red satin|
|Three||17,500||Two Guide to Ingenuity, three trimmed red silk|
|Four||25,000||Four Guide to Ingenuity, four trimmed red silk|
|Five||30,000||Six Guide to Ingenuity, six trimmed red silk|
|Six||37,500||Nine Guide to Ingenuity, nine trimmed red silk|
|Seven||120,000||Four Philosophies of Ingenuity, four rich red brocade, one Bloodjade Branch|
|Eight||260,000||Six Philosophies of Ingenuity, six rich red brocade, one Bloodjade Branch|
|Nine||450,000||12 Philosophies of Ingenuity, nine rich red brocade, two Bloodjade Branch|
|Ten||700,000||16 Philosophies of Ingenuity, 12 rich red brocade, two Bloodjade Branch, one Crown of Insight|
That’s everything you need to know about Genshin’s Dori. For more fun on your Teyvat travels, be sure to keep an eye on our Genshin Impact events and Genshin Impact update guides.