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Genshin Impact: Alhaitham comps guide

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Alhaitham is a DPS in Genshin Impact who is infused with Dendro and uses Chisel-Light Mirrors to do a lot of damage with his auto attacks or Elemental Burst. Alhaitham’s style of play is similar to that of Keqing in terms of animations and the overall kit. But because the Chisel-Light Mirrors work in different ways, Alhaitham and Keqing have very different ways to do the most damage. Keeping up with them requires a good rotation.

Alhaitham is best suited to be the main damage dealer on the field. In Genshin Impact, he can use a wide range of Dendro Reactions to boost both his and the team’s damage output. His kit, which includes his constellation and passives, gives him a lot of DPS on the field. But he needs a team that can help him get consistent Dendro Elemental Reactions that work well with the long time it takes for his skills to recharge.

Alhaitham + Yae + Kazuha + Kuki Shinobu

Spread is a great choice for Alhaitham because it not only makes his already high damage modifiers even better, but it also works well with Elemental Mastery, which is needed to build him well for his projectile damage. As the skills of Yae Miko, Kazuha, and Kuki Shinobu also get better with Elemental Mastery, this team has a lot of potentials to make Alhaitham as a whole do a lot more damage. Players should keep in mind that the Electro application should be done before the Dendro application over Quicken to make sure Spread works.

Yae Miko’s Elemental Skill followed by Kazuha’s Elemental Burst is a good way to start your rotation. This way, Kazuha can swirl Electro to make it work more consistently and do more damage. It also gives everyone, including Alhaitham, a boost to their Elemental Mastery if players have Kazuha’s second constellation. Since Miko and Kazuha have skills that last for a long time, Alhaitham can keep getting elemental reaction time without stopping until his Chisel-Light Mirrors run out. During Alhaitham’s time off, all of these characters can quickly use their skills again. Players who want to use her instead of Miko can also do well with Fischl. Players could also choose Zhongli instead of Kuki Shinobu if they wanted to.

Team Role

  • Alhaitham: Main DPS, Dendro Enabler
  • Yae: Sub-DPS, Electro enabler
  • Kazuha: Buffer (for Electro), can help Alhaitham’s damage if Kazuha is C2+
  • Kuki Shinobu: Healer, Battery, Electro enabler

Alhaitham + Raiden Shogun + Yelan + Yaoyao

Alhaitham can also be used well with the elemental reaction called “Hyperbloom.” Yelan and Alhaitham need to first make the Dendro Cores so that Raiden Shogun can set them off. Once these cores are made, they can be used to start Hyperbloom and get the effect that was wanted. Quicken can cause many other things to happen, so players must pay attention to the order in which each element is turned on. When using Hyperbloom, it’s important to have a healer on the team, like Yaoyao, because its x3 DMG multiplier can do a lot more damage to the active character when it explodes than Bloom.

Players can play like Hyperbloom if they change Yelan to Xingqiu and Yaoyao to Kokomi. But for this reaction, Raiden Shogun is still the best choice because her Electro ability is much easier to control than those of Beidou, Yae, or Fischl.

Team Role

  • Alhaitham: Main DPS, Dendro enabler
  • Raiden Shogun: Electro enabler, Battery, Sub-DPS
  • Yelan: Support, Hydro enabler
  • Yaoyao: Healer

Alhaitham + Nilou + Sangonomiya Kokomi + Nahida

With the 3.4 patches that added Alhaitham, Bloom, and Nilou, Dendro users now have even more options. Alhaitham is a good second choice for a Dendro character after Nahida because he can make Bountiful Cores more quickly and consistently. Also, teams that didn’t have a main damage dealer before can now use one, instead of just relying on Bountiful Cores. If players don’t have Nilou, this team might not be as good as other reaction teams because it’s harder to do the most damage with Bloom teams than with Hyperbloom or Burgeon teams.

Barbara is a great choice for people who don’t have Kokomi. Instead of Nahida and Kokomi, you can also use Yaoyao and Yelan. In general, a bloom team needs to have a Dendro or Hydro healer to reduce the damage.

Team Role

  • Alhaitham: Main DPS, Dendro enabler
  • Nilou: Sub-DPS, Bloom Trigger
  • Sangonomiya Kokomi: Healer, Hydro enabler
  • Nahida: Sub-DPS, buffer, Dendro enabler

Alhaitham + Xingqiu + Thoma + Zhongli

Like Hyperbloom, a Burgeon reaction combo order for Alhaitham works the same way. Xingqiu and Alhaitham are responsible for making the Dendro cores, while Thoma starts the Burgeon reaction. Xiangling could possibly mess up the reactions and make Vaporize with Xingqui happen instead, but Thoma’s weak Pyro is a great choice for this elemental reaction. Alhaitham should wear Gilded Dreams and Zhongli should wear Deepwood Memories. This will make sure that both 4-piece set bonuses are used well. Even though Xingqui heals more than Yelan, players can still choose to use Yelan instead if they want to.

Overall, Alhaitham is a good choice for most Dendro reactions and is a great on-field Dendro enabler and Main DPS. But because Burning Reaction isn’t very good right now, it’s not a good idea to build Alhaitham with such a team until more suitable characters like Dehya become available to solve the problem.

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