This page contains the complete details of Crescent Pike in Genshin Impact. Learn more about the stats, passive effects, ascension materials, and how to get Crescent Pike here.
|Crescent Pike Details|
|Physical DMG Bonus||7.5%|
|How To Get||Forging|
|After picking up an Elemental Orb/Particle, Normal and Charged Attacks deal an additional 20% ATK DMG for 5s.|
|An exotic weapon with an extremely long blade on the top and a crescent blade at the bottom. It found its way into Liyue through foreign traders. With practice, it can deal heavy damage.|
Crescent Pike Stats
These are the base stats of Crescent Pike based on its level after ascension.
|level||base atk||Physical DMG Bonus|
If you’re ready to start dealing with some serious damage, making the switch to crescent pike is going to yield some incredible results. Although it might seem the passive skill is hard to trigger, it’s actually quite easy since your elemental skills except for a few characters will generate these elemental particles. Once you got the buff activated you’re not dealing 20% increased damage but even better. Each of your attacks will generate an extra attack that’s going to be 20% of your real damage.
Basically, you’re now dealing almost double the number of attacks and each of them can become critical hits and you also get the benefit from the physical damage bonus which the weapon sub stat provides.
Crescent Pike Passive
A weapon can be refined by consuming an identical weapon and the weapon’s passive effect is increased with every rank.
After picking up an Elemental Orb/Particle, Normal and Charged Attacks deal an additional 25% ATK DMG for 5s.
After picking up an Elemental Orb/Particle, Normal and Charged Attacks deal an additional 30% ATK as DMG for 5s.
After picking up an Elemental Orb/Particle, Normal and Charged Attacks deal an additional 35% ATK as DMG for 5s.
After picking up an Elemental Orb/Particle, Normal and Charged Attacks deal an additional 40% ATK as DMG for 5s.