Genshin Impact: Dendro Traveler Best Build

Looking for the best way to build a Genshin Impact Dendro Traveler?

Genshin Impact has seven parts, but only one is missing in a big way.

Genshin Impact Dendro is a natural element of Sumeru that has been a bit of a mystery up to this point.

We know a little bit about how the element works because there are Dendro slimes and hilichurls in the world of Teyvat, but we don’t see them very often.

Thanks to a new region and element, there are no new playable characters, and two new Genshin Impact Sumeru characters have been found by leakers.

How do I get the Dendro Traveller in Genshin Impact?

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Like changing into other forms of the Traveler, all you have to do to get their Dendro form is talk to a Statue of the Seven in Sumeru.

You can do this as soon as you enter Sumeru in Genshin Impact 3.0. If you choose to “Resonante with Dendro,” the Traveler’s elemental affiliation will change on its own.

This option won’t go away when Genshin Impact 3.0 is over, and it doesn’t have a time limit like a regular character banner.

Like other Traveler versions, you can switch to any of their other elements by resonating with a Statue of the Seven in a different region.

Is the Dendro Traveller Good?

Yes, in contrast to the Electro Traveler and the Geo Traveler, the skills of the Dendro Traveler are geared toward making them a powerful elemental damage-dealing character.

Their elemental ability, Razorgrass Blade, projects a spray of leaves in front of them, deals significant damage to Dendro targets, and, most notably, has a relatively short cooldown timer.

Their explosion produces a lotus lamp that initially inflicts Dendro damage across a wide area and transforms when specific elements are used on it.

The Hydro property expands the area of effect of the lamp, the Electro property makes it deal damage more quickly, and the Pyro property causes the lamp to explode.

Both of these abilities scale with elemental mastery, and as a result, not only do you increase the power of the skills themselves, but any reactions that you set off with the Traveler also receive a significant boost.

You can still do quite well for yourself even if the only creature you raise is the Dendro Traveler, even if you don’t also raise Tighnari or Collie.

Which Dendro Traveler F2P build is the most effective?

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The free-to-play build for the Dendro Traveler is a bit easier to use because it has two strong weapons that can be made.

Best Dendro Traveler F2P weapon – Sapwood Blade

The Sapwood Blade is a new Sumeru weapon that is easy to make and does everything right.

It has a high base attack and a secondary stat for recharging energy. It also has a passive skill that increases elemental mastery by 60 if the user causes a Dendro reaction.

We still don’t know how to get Sumeru billet items, and it looks like we won’t get a new weekly boss until Genshin Impact 3.1. You can trade Northlander billets for the new Sumeru billets, though.

If you already have one, Iron Sting is a good choice. It boosts elemental mastery almost as much as the Freedom-Sworn Sword, and when the user deals elemental damage, it increases all damage done.

Best Dendro Traveler items: Gilded Dreams

Since it’s easier to raise elemental mastery with the F2P build for the Dendro Traveler, we’re also going with Gilded Dreams for this build.

Just keep in mind that the benefits of elemental mastery start to go down after 500 or 600, so if you use Iron Sting and Gilded Dreams with a diverse elemental party, you don’t need to focus on getting elemental mastery substats on your artifacts.

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