Although Genshin Impact’s Razor was raised by a pack of wolves, he is known to have a gentle nature and will try his best to protect those in need. Due to how he grew up, Razor is a man of few words, but he is currently trying his best to integrate with humans again.
This four-star, claymore-wielding electro character can dish out some decent damage, but you’ll need a good build to reach his full potential. Our Genshin Impact Razor guide will provide details on his best weapons and artifacts, as well as outline each of the skills you can expect to use in combat.
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Here’s everything in our Genshin Impact Razor guide:
Razor excels as a main DPS character and is often thought of as one of the best four-star characters. We recommend using him in a party with Diona, as she can help trigger superconduct and provide support.
Wolf’s Gravestone is hands down the best claymore for Razor, but as it’s a five-star weapon, it can be difficult to obtain. If you’re unable to get your hands on it, we’ve listed the Prototype Archaic as a suitable replacement.
|Wolf’s Gravestone||Increases attack by 20%. Attacks against enemies with less than 30% HP increase all party members’ attack by 40% for 12 seconds. This can only occur once every 30 seconds|
|Prototype Archaic||Normal and charged attacks have a 50% chance to deal an additional 480% attack damage to nearby enemies. This effect can only occur once every 15 seconds|
The best artifacts for Razor are Gladiator’s Finale. If you can get your hands on a full set, that would be our number one recommendation. To get an electro damage boost, feel free to equip a couple of items from the Thundering Fury set.
Two equipped: Increases attack by 18%
Four equipped: If the wielder of this set uses a sword, claymore, or polearm, their normal attack damage is increased by 35%
Two equipped: Electro damage increased by 15%
Four equipped: Increases damage caused by overload, electro-charge, and superconduct by 40%. Triggering these reactions decreases elemental skill cooldown by one second. This effect can only occur once every 0.8 seconds
|Steel Fang||Perform four slashes|
|Steel Fang (charged)||Consumes stamina to deal AoE damage numerous times, ends with a powerful slash|
|Steel Fang (plunging)||Plunges from mid-air to deal AoE damage on impact|
|Claw and Thunder (press)||Deals AoE electro damage and gains an Electro Sigil, increasing his energy recharge rate. Up to three Electro Sigils can be active at one time|
|Claw and Thunder (hold)||Deals AoE electro damage and clears all Electro Sigils, recharging his energy|
|Lightning Fang||Summons the Wolf Within which deals AoE electro damage. This clears all Electro Sigils and converts them into elemental energy. The Wolf Within fights with Razor and deals electro damage alongside his normal attacks, raises his attack speed and electro resistance, makes him immune to electro-charged status damage, and disables his charged attacks. The Wolf Within effects end when Razor leaves the battlefield.|
|Awakening (unlocked at ascension one)||Claw and Thunder recharges 18% faster, and recharges instantly when using Lightning Fang|
|Hunger (unlocked at ascension four)||Razor’s energy recharges 30% faster when his energy is below 50%|
|Wolvensprint (unlocked automatically)||Decreases party members’ stamina consumption when sprinting by 20%|
Constellations can be tedious to level up, but it’s definitely worth it for the bonuses Razor receives. Here’s every perk you can expect.
|Wolf’s Instinct||Picking up an elemental orb or particle increases damage by 10% for eight seconds|
|Suppression||Critical rate is increased by 10% against enemies with less than 30% HP|
|Soul Companion||Increases the level of Lightning Fang by three|
|Bite||When Claw and Thunder (press) is used, enemies hit will have their defence decreased by 15% for seven seconds|
|Sharpened Claws||Increases the level of Claw and Thunder by three|
|Lupus Fulguris||Every ten seconds, Razor’s sword charges up, causing his next normal attack to release lightning that deals 100% of Razor’s attack as electro damage. When Lightning Fang is not active, a lightning strike on an enemy will grant Razor an Electro Sigil|
As Razor ascends, he receives a boost to his physical damage.
|20||20,000||One Vajrada Amethyst Sliver, three Wolfhook, three Damaged Masks|
|40||40,000||Three Vajrada Amethyst Fragments, two Lightning Prisms, ten Wolfhook, 15 Damaged Masks|
|50||60,000||Six Vajrada Amethyst Fragments, four Lightning Prisms, 20 Wolfhook, 12 Stained Masks|
|60||80,000||Three Vajrada Amethyst Chunks, eight Lightning Prisms, 30 Wolfhook, 18 Stained Masks|
|70||100,000||Six Vajrada Amethyst Chunks, 12 Lightning Prisms, 45 Wolfhook, 12 Ominous Masks|
|80||120,000||Six Vajrada Amethyst Gemstones, 20 Lightning Prisms, 60 Wolfhook, 24 Ominous Masks|
That’s everything you need to know in order to master Genshin Impact’s Razor. If you’re on the lookout for more games like this, take a look at our list of the best gacha games on iOS and Android.