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Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Materials, Weapons, Artifacts, Abilities, Playstyle, and Team Comps

Everything you need to know about Chevreuse to bring her to the max potential!

Genshin Impact Version 4.3 debuts “Executor of Justice” Chevreuse (Pyro/polearm). This guide will explain everything about how to build Chevreuse and play her in her best teams in Genshin Impact.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Abilities description 

Talent upgrade priority

No need to level her Normal Attack.

Elemental Skill > Elemental Burst

Normal Attack: Line Bayonet Thrust EX

Normal Attack

Performs up to 4 consecutive spear strikes.

Charged Attack

Consumes a certain amount of Stamina to lunge forward, dealing damage to opponents along the way.

Plunging Attack

Plunges from mid-air to strike the ground below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE DMG upon impact.

Elemental Skill: Short-Range Rapid Interdiction Fire

Chevreuse quickly shoulders her musket and fires at her opponent(s), dealing AoE Pyro DMG.
For a short duration, after Chevreuse fires a shot, she will continuously restore HP to the active character on the field. The amount healed is based on her Max HP. Hold to fire differently.

Hold

Enter Aiming Mode, locking a target in her sights to fire a precise interdiction shot. If Chevreuse has an Overcharged Ball, then she will fire the Overcharged Ball instead, dealing greater Pyro DMG in a larger area. Chevreuse gains 1 Overcharged Ball every time a nearby character in the party triggers an Overloaded reaction, and can have up to 1 Overcharged Ball at a time.

Arkhe: Ousia

Periodically, after Chevreuse’s Short-Range Rapid Interdiction Fire hits, a Surging Blade will be called forth that deals Ousia-aligned Pyro DMG.

Elemental Burst: Ring of Bursting Grenades

Chevreuse fires an explosive grenade at opponents with her musket, dealing AoE Pyro DMG. After the projectile hits, it will split into many secondary explosive shells. The secondary explosive shells will burst after a short interval, dealing Pyro DMG to nearby opponents.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide
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Ascension 1 Passive: Vanguard’s Coordinated Tactics

When all party members are Pyro and Electro characters and there is at least one Pyro and one Electro character each in the party:

Chevreuse grants “Coordinated Tactics” to nearby party members: After a character triggers the Overloaded reaction, the Pyro and Electro RES of the opponent(s) affected by this Overloaded reaction will be decreased by 40% for 6s. The “Coordinated Tactics” effect will be removed when the Elemental Types of the characters in the party do not meet the basic requirements for the Passive Talent.

Ascension 4 Passive: Vertical Force Coordination

After Chevreuse fires an Overcharged Ball using Short-Range Rapid Interdiction Fire, nearby Pyro and Electro characters in the party gain 1% increased ATK for every 1,000 Max HP Chevreuse has for the 30s. ATK can be increased by up to 40% in this way.

Utility Passive: Double Time March

Decreases sprinting Stamina consumption for your party members by 20%.
Not stackable with Passive Talents that provide the same effects.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Abilities explained

Normal Attack: Line Bayonet Thrust EX

The Normal Attacks deal Physical DMG, which is not important for her kit.

Elemental Skill: Short-Range Rapid Interdiction Fire

This Skill has a press and a hold version. Pressing it will shoot her musket at the nearest enemy meanwhile holding it will enter aiming mode to target any specific enemy. This DMG of her Skill scales off her ATK. Every time a party member triggers Overload, Chevreuse gains 1 Overcharged Ball and there can only be 1 Overcharged Ball at any given time.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Game Character Holding Weapon Guide Cover
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If she has an Overcharged Ball, this will be fired during a hold Skill. For 12 seconds after firing a shot, Chevreuse will heal the active character based on her max HP. This healing is not enough for her to be the main healer of the team, but it is very appreciated.

Elemental Burst: Ring of Bursting Grenades

Fires a large projectile that deals DMG and then the projectile splits into smaller bombs that explode pretty quickly. These small bombs are arranged in a circle so they can knock smaller enemies towards the center of the circle, offering a very minor crowd control utility.

Ascension 1 Passive: Vanguard’s Coordinated Tactics

This is the most interesting part of her kit. This passive is only activated when the team is made up of only Pyro and Electro units. If any teammate triggers an Overload reaction, the enemies affected by this reaction will have their Pyro and Electro RES reduced by 40% for 6s.

This passive is very similar to Nilou’s Ascension 1 passive in terms of team-building restrictions, but there is a major difference. Nilou buffs EM and the DMG of Dendro cores. Chevreuse does not buff the DMG of the Overload reaction. Overload is merely the triggering condition, she buffs the Pyro and Electro DMG by reducing the affected enemies Pyro and Electro RES.

Ascension 4 Passive: Vertical Force Coordination

Every time Chevreuse fires an Overcharged Ball, Pyro and Electro teammates will gain an ATK buff based on her max HP. A total of 40% increased ATK can be gained from this passive, and it lasts 30s so it has an almost 100% uptime. One good thing about this buff is that it is not exclusive to Pyro/Electro only teams, unlike the Ascension 1 passive.

Utility Passive: Double Time March

Decreases sprinting stamina consumption, which is great for exploration.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Playstyle

Chevreuse has a quick-swap playstyle. Here are the tips to play her properly in Genshin Impact.

  • Use another teammate’s Electro ability first to trigger Overload
  • User her Skill and then Burst
  • If you have her C4, use her Burst, then hold Skill twice

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Materials

As a Pyro character, Chevreuse uses Agnidus Agate stones for ascension and they can be obtained from the Pyro Hypostasis and the Pyro Regisvine. Her other ascension material, Fontemer Unihorn can be obtained from the Millennial Pearl Seahorse. The boss materials for her talents can be obtained from the All-Devouring Narwhal weekly boss. Players can check this out for a detailed breakdown of Chevreuse’s materials

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Best Weapons for Chevreuse

As a buffer/healer support, Chevreuse has a small number of very effective weapons to choose from.

Favonius LanceBase ATK: 565
2nd stat: 30.6% Energy Recharge

Reason:
Provides a good amount of ER from the 2nd stat as well as providing a decent amount of energy from the passive.
Rightful RewardBase ATK: 565
2nd stat: 27.6% HP

Reason:
Helps build Chevreuse’s HP to increase her ATK buffing and healing potential.
Kitain Cross SpearBase ATK: 565
2nd stat: 110 Elemental Mastery

Reason:
Provides a decent amount of energy from the passive but the 2nd stat being EM is pretty useless. This weapon is inferior the the above ones.
Black TasselBase ATK: 354
2nd stat: 46.9% HP

Reason:
Helps build Chevreuse’s HP to increase her ATK buffing and healing potential. This weapon being a 3* makes it easier to obtain and cheaper to build, while providing more HP than the 4* Rightful Reward. However, it does come with a lower base ATK. This shouldn’t be a big deal since DMG is not the main focus of her kit.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Best Artifacts for Chevreuse

Chevreuse needs anywhere between 140% and 160% to be able to use her Burst every rotation. Ideally, try to reach her ER needs from substats. Also, look for HP% in substats.

SandsGobletCirclet
HP% or ER%HP%HP% or Healing bonus%
4pc Noblesse Oblige2-Piece Bonus
Elemental Burst DMG +20%

4-Piece Bonus
Using an Elemental Burst increases all party members’ ATK by 20% for 12s. This effect cannot stack.

Reason:
Buffs burst DMG and ATK, unfortunately, does not stack with other users of the same set. Chevreuse should be the only member in the part to use this set, otherwise pick other options. Bennett is the best user of this set and if he is in the team then Chevreuse should not use this set.
2pc Emblem of Severed Fate

and

2pc Tenacity of the Millelith/2pc Vourukasha’s Glow
2-Piece Bonus
Energy Recharge +20%

and

2-Piece Bonus
HP + 20%

Reason:
2pc Emblem helps with ER and 2pc Tenacity/Vourukasha increases HP. HP increases her ATK buff and her healing, ER helps her user her Burst reliably.
2pc Tenacity of the Millelith/2pc Vourukasha’s Glow

and

2pc Maiden Beloved/2pc Ocean-Hued Clam/2pc Song of Days Past
2-Piece Bonus
HP + 20%

and

2-Piece Bonus
Healing Bonus +15%

Reason:
A combination of HP% and healing bonus improves not only her healing but also her ATK buff.

Chevreuse’s best artifact set is the 4pc Noblesse Oblige if no one else in the team is using it. If anyone in the team is using it, then opt for the other two combinations of 2pc sets.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Best Team Compositions for Chevreuse

Chevreuse’s best teams will comprise only Pyro and Electro members. These are not the only teams she can work in, these are just templates.

Raiden ShogunKujou SaraBennettChevreuse
Electro DPSElectro DMG buffer/ATK bufferHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro BatteryHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro and Electro RES shred

This is a variation of the Raiden Hypercarry team, slotting Chevreuse in place of Kazuha. A C6 Chevreuse is not far behind C0 Kazuha in terms of DMG buffing potential. Even a C0 Chevreuse is pretty good. This is huge considering we are comparing a 4* and a 5*. This team can not benefit from Chevreuse’s Pyro RES shred since there is no Pyro DPS.

Raiden ShogunXianglingBennettChevreuse
Electro DPSPyro sub-DPSHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro BatteryHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro and Electro RES shred

This is another variant of the Raiden Hypercarry team, opting for Xiangling’s off-field Pyro DMG instead of Kujou Sara’s Electro DMG buff. This team can benefit from Chevreuse’s Pyro RES shred.

LyneyFischlBennettChevreuse
Pyro DPSElectro sub-DPSHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro BatteryHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro and Electro RES shred

Lyney‘s best team requires 3 Pyro units, so this team is pretty solid for him. The lack of a shielder can be felt at times, and the player needs to exercise caution. Thankfully Lyney can move around while charging his aimed shots.

YoimiyaFischlBennettChevreuse
Pyro DPSElectro sub-DPSHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro BatteryHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro and Electro RES shred

This team is very similar to Lyney‘s team. Unlike Yoimiya’s Vaporise teams, she is allowed to move around and break her normal attack sequence since she is not trying to trigger Vaporise.

Yae MikoFischlBennettChevreuse
Electro DPSElectro DPSHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro BatteryHealer/ATK buffer/Pyro and Electro RES shred

This team is more Electro-focused. Yae Miko and Fischl are both great off-field Electro DPS, they can make up for the lack of a Pyro DPS.

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Guide: Constellations

Genshin Impact Chevreuse Constellations
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Chevreuse is a perfectly functional unit at C0. C4 and C6 are her best constellations. Players can check this piece out for a detailed breakdown of Chevreuse’s constellations. 

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