Genshin Impact has introduced us to our newest Ronin from Inazuma- Kaedehara Kazuha!
MiHiYo has described him as a:
Young man whose calm personality belies a razor sharp blade that has seen many battles. Who knows if it was the storms of life that smoothed out his rough edges, or if his natural restraint has kept his edge sheathed…
Kaedehara Kazuha is a support character who increases party damage. Using a Swirl reaction, Kazuha can further buff his teammates with an Elemental Damage Bonus. His plunging attack- Midare Ranzan is capable of pulling opponents and dealing damage simultaneously.
Kaedehara Kazuha’s Moveset in Genshin Impact
Normal Attack: Garyuu Bladework
Kaedehara Kazuha can perform Garyuu Bladework, slashing through his enemies up to five times. Using stamina and charging up your attack you can unleash two rapid sword swings.
This is Kaedehara Kazuha’s secret technique. This move unleashes tornado-like gusts of winds which is an AoE attack, dealing Anemo damage. It can be used in mid-air and if you charge this attack it will deal greater damage over a larger area.
Plunging Attack: Midare Ranzan
When you use Chihayaburu and remain airborne for 10 seconds, you can use Midare Ranzan, a really powerful attack. Performing the Plunging attack using the effects of Chihayaburu, even your plunging attack damage gets converted to Anemo damage. Kazuha uses his blade and creates a wind-tunnel like structure and plunges and damages all his opponents.
This is Kaedehara Kazuha’s signature attack. Using the first winds of autumn, strike a single slash and deal Anemo damage. This attack will leave behind an “Autumn Whirlwind” that deals Anemo damage over time. If this whirlwind comes into contact with Hydro, Pyro, Cryo, or Electro damage then it will deal damage of that type.
That’s all we have on Kaedehara Kazuha! Keep an eye out for more updates and check out more on the Ronin from Inazuma here.
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