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Genshin Impact Fischl build

Genshin Impact's Fischl, Prinzessin der Verurteilung, is a great sub-DPS option, and we're here to help you understand her skills, best build, and more.

Genshin Impact's Fischl dramatically posing, pasted on an electro-purple background with a slight drop shadow

Our Genshin Impact Fischl guide helps you master the electro, bow-wielding character and provides details on suitable weapons and artifacts for her to use. We’ve also put together a list that includes every item you need to ascend Genshin’s Fischl to the top, as well as a guide to each of her constellations.

If you’re on the lookout for other powerful characters, head on over to our Genshin Impact tier list and Genshin Impact next banner guide, or for some extra primogems, we’ve got a handy Genshin Impact codes list. We can also help out with other popular characters like Genshin Impact’s Razor, Genshin Impact’s Xinyan, and Genshin Impact’s Diona.

Here’s everything you need to know about Genshin Impact’s Fischl.

What’s the best Genshin Impact Fischl build?

Best weapon Polar Star (five-star)
Weapon substitute The Stringless (four-star)
Best artifact set Golden Troupe
Artifact set substitutes Thundering Fury
Main stats
  • Sands: attack% or elemental mastery
  • Goblet: electro damage bonus
  • Circlet: crit rate or crit damage
  • Crit rate/crit damage
  • Attack%
  • Elemental mastery

We recommend building Fischl as an off-field sub-DPS and battery. Her best weapon in this role is Aqua Simulacra as it buffs her elemental skill. Her best artifact set by far is a four-piece set of Golden Troupe. Make sure to build her with plenty of attack, elemental mastery, electro damage bonus, and crit.

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How should I use Fischl?

Fischl is an amazing sub-DPS and battery, capable of providing plenty of energy particles to even non-electro characters. Her companion Oz acts as a super handy turret for constant electro application, and as such she excels at triggering elemental reactions, even from off-field.

She has high attack speed and both her skill and burst remain active when you swap to a different character. Her one downside is that she requires multiple constellations to truly shine, but as a four-star character that appears in the Paimon’s bargains shop, she’s not too difficult to obtain. While Fischl can slot into a main DPS role, our recommendations here are based exclusively on using her as a sub-DPS as that is the role we feel she excels in the most.

What are the best Fischl weapons?

Currently, the best weapon for Fischl is Polar Star, due to its crit rate main stat and hefty attack and skill/burst damage buffs in its passive. Fontaine gave us another great five-star option for a ranged-focused Fischl in The First Great Magic. Its skill grants her extra attack buffs depending on how electro-heavy your team is. This weapon does require Fischl to be on-field more often though.

The Stringless is also a great four-star, more affordable option, increasing Fischl’s elemental mastery to buff her elemental reactions, and boosting her skill and burst damage.

Weapon Effect How to obtain
Polar Star Bonus stat: crit rate
Skill: elemental skill and elemental burst damage increased by 12%. After a normal attack, charged attack, elemental skill, or elemental burst hits an opponent, gain one stack of Ashen Nightstar for 12 seconds. When one/two/three/four stacks of Ashen Nightstar are present, attack increases by 10/20/30/48%. The stack of Ashen Nightstar created by the normal attack, charged attack, elemental skill, or elemental burst will be counted independently of the others
Weapon event gacha
The First Great Magic Bonus stat: crit damage
Skill: damage dealt by charged attacks increased by 16%. For every electro party member (including Fischl), gain one Gimmick stack. For every party member with a different Elemental Type from Fischl, gain one Theatrics stack. When Fischl has one/two/three or more Gimmick stacks, attack increases by 16%/32%/48%. When Fischl has one/two/three or more Theatrics stacks, movement speed increases by 4%/7%/10%
Weapon event gacha
The Stringless Bonus stat: elemental mastery
Skill: increases elemental skill and burst damage by 24%

What are the best Fischl artifacts?

As of update 4.0, Fischl’s best-in-slot artifact set is Golden Troupe. This set is all about buffing her elemental skill damage and it even provides bonus buffs when Fischl is off-field. It’s like Hoyoverse made this set for her!

Thundering Fury is a good choice for Fischl, as it increases her electro damage and the impact of her elemental reactions. You can also mix two Thundering Fury with two Gambler or two Gladiator’s Finale to reap the benefits of the two-equipped buffs.

Artifact set Effect How to obtain
Golden Troupe Two equipped: elemental skill damage +20%
Four equipped: increases elemental skill damage by 25%. Additionally, when not on the field, elemental skill damage is further increased by 25%. This effect clears two seconds after taking the field
Marechaussee Hunter domain in the Belleau Region, Fontaine
Thundering Fury Two equipped: electro damage +15%
Four equipped: increases damage caused by overloaded, electro-charged, and superconduct by 40%. Triggering such effects decreases your elemental skill cooldown by one second. Can only occur once every 0.8 seconds
Midsummer Courtyard domain in Starfell Valley, Starsnatch Cliff, Mondstadt
Gladiator’s Finale Two equipped: attack +18%
Four equipped: increases the normal attack damage of the wielder by 35% if they use a sword, claymore, or polearm
World and weekly bosses, Gladiator’s Finale artifact strongboxes, and Adventure rank-up and journal rewards
Gambler Two equipped: elemental skill damage +20%
Four equipped: defeating an enemy has a 100% chance to remove Fischl’s elemental skill cooldown. Can only occur once every 15 seconds
Chests, enemy drops, domains

Artifact stat recommendations

Main stats 

  • Sands: attack% or elemental mastery
  • Goblet: electro damage bonus
  • Circlet: crit rate or crit damage (try to maintain a 2:1 ratio)


  • Crit rate/crit damage
  • Attack%
  • Elemental mastery

What are the best Fischl team comps?

Fischl works wonderfully as a battery, so she can slot into a whole range of team comps with her quick swap playstyle. She’s also great for electro application, so synergizes with a range of elemental reaction comps.

Here are a couple of examples of a strong Fischl team comp:

First character slot Second character slot Third character slot Fourth character slot
Fischl iconFischl Eula iconEula Mika iconMika Rosaria iconRosaria
Fischl iconFischl Ayato Beidou iconBeidou Bennett iconBennett

Genshin Fischl with her hands on her hips and Oz next to her

What are Fischl’s abilities?

Fischl’s elemental skill makes her a great off-field electro-application unit, so make sure to use Oz!

Active skills:

Skill Effect
Normal attack: Bolts of Downfall Normal: Performs five shots
Charged: Performs a powerful aimed shot. When fully charged, the arrow will deal electro damage
Plunging: Deals AoE damage on impact with the ground
Elemental skill: Nightrider  Press: Summons Oz to deal AoE electro damage. For the skill’s duration, Oz continuously attacks enemies
Hold: Adjust Oz’s summon location. Press again during the ability’s duration to summon Oz to Fischl’s side
Elemental burst: Midnight Phantasmagoria Fischl takes on Oz’s form, increasing her movement speed and striking nearby enemies with lightning. Oz remains on the battlefield when this ends

Passive skills:

Skill Effect
Stellar Predator Hit Oz with a fully charged Bolts of Downfall and he will deal AoE damage equal to 152.7% of the arrow’s damage
Lightning Smite If your active character triggers an electro elemental reaction when Oz is on the field, the enemy receives electro damage equal to 80% of Fischl’s attack
Mein Housgarten  Expeditions in Mondstadt take 25% less time

What are Fischl’s constellations?

You can level up Fischl’s constellations after receiving her as a duplicate when making a wish. Here’s every bonus you receive when activating them.

Constellation Effect
C1: Gaze of the Deep Even when Oz is not present in combat, he still watches over you. When Fischl attacks an enemy, Oz fires a joint attack that deals 22% of her attack damage
C2: Devourer of All-Sins Nightrider deals an additional 200% attack as damage and its AoE is increased by 50%
C3: Wings of Nightmare Increases the level of Nightrider by three
C4: Her Pilgrimage of Bleak Midnight Phantasmagoria deals 222% of attack as AoE electro damage. When the skill ends, Fischl regenerates 20% of her HP
C5: Against the Fleeing Light Increases the level of Midnight Phantasmagoria by three
C6: Evernight Raven Increases the duration Oz is summoned by two seconds. He also attacks with the current character when present, dealing 30% of Fischl’s attack as electro damage

What are Fischl’s ascension materials?

To fully ascend Fischl, you need the following materials:

Level Mora Ascension materials
20+ 20k One vajrada amethyst sliver, three small lamp grass, three firm arrowhead
40+ 40k Three vajrada amethyst fragment, two lightning prism, ten small lamp grass, 15 firm arrowhead
50+ 60k Six vajrada amethyst fragment, four lightning prism, 20 small lamp grass, 12 sharp arrowhead
60+ 80k Three vajrada amethyst chunk, eight lightning prism, 30 small lamp grass, 18 sharp arrowhead
70+ 100k Six vajrada amethyst chunk, 12 lightning prism, 45 small lamp grass, 12 weathered arrowhead
80+ 120k Six vajrada amethyst gemstone, 20 lightning prism, 60 small lamp grass, 24 weathered arrowhead

Here’s where to get all of Fischl’s ascension materials:

  • Vajrada amethysts – drops from normal and weekly bosses
  • Small lamp grasses – found in Mondstadt, sold by Flora in Mondstadt, or grown in the Serenitea Pot
  • Firm / sharp / weathered arrowheads – drops from hilichurl shooters
  • Lightning prisms – drops from the Electro Hypostasis normal boss in Mondstadt

Genshin Impact Fischl: Key art from the release of Genius Invokation TCG of Fischl battling Aether as Paimon, Sucrose, and Oz watch.

What are Fischl’s talent materials?

You can upgrade each of Fischl’s active talents to level ten. Here are all the materials you need to max out one talent:

Level Mora Materials
Two 12.5k Six firm arrowhead, three teachings of ballad
Three 17.5k Three sharp arrowhead, two guide to ballad
Four 25k Four sharp arrowhead, four guide to ballad
Five 30k Six sharp arrowhead, six guide to ballad
Six 37.5k Nine sharp arrowhead, nine guide to ballad
Seven 120k Four weathered arrowhead, four philosophies of ballad, one spirit locket of Boreas
Eight 260k Six weathered arrowhead, six philosophies of ballad, one spirit locket of Boreas
Nine 450k Nine weathered arrowhead, 12 philosophies of ballad, two spirit locket of Boreas
Ten 700k 12 weathered arrowhead, 16 philosophies of ballad, two spirit locket of Boreas, one crown of insight

Here’s where to get each of Fischl’s talent materials:

  • Firm / sharp / weathered arrowheads – drops from hilichurl shooters
  • Ballad books – rewards from the Forsaken Rift domains on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays
  • Spirit locket of Boreas – drops from the Andrius weekly boss in Mondstadt

Talent priority

We recommend leveling up Fischl’s talents in the following order:

  • Elemental skill > Elemental burst >> Normal attack

That’s everything you need to know about Genshin Impact’s Fischl. If you fancy taking a journey through the stars, check out our Honkai Star Rail tier list and Honkai Star Rail codes. We’ve also got build guides for Honkai Star Rail’s Black Swan, Honkai Star Rail’s Robin, and Honkai Star Rail’s Ruan Mei.