Here are the complete lists of talent and ascension materials for Sucrose in Genshin Impact. Learn more about her talent stats, base stats, constellations, and community ratings on this page. She offers a lot of cheap power for barely any investment and the only decision you need to do is to choose the build that’s going to be the most beneficial for your team.
|BASIC INFO AND RATINGS|
|– Cheap to build for support role.
– Boost your team’s elemental mastery
|– Elemental skill has weak gravitional pull.
– Elemental burst has one of the biggest energy cost and longest cooldowns.
Sucrose Base Stats
Sucrose gains bonus stats on her Anemo damage percentage for every ascension phase.
|level||hp||atk||def||anemo dmg %|
Sucrose Ascension Materials
These are the total materials needed to reach the max ascension level for Sucrose. They can be acquired from Anemo Hypostasis, Stormterror, and Whopperflower. As for Windwheel Aster, it can be collected near the Statue of The Seven at Windrise.
Sucrose Talent Materials
These are the lists of total talent materials for Sucrose. The Freedom books are available every Monday, Thursday, and Sunday in Forsaken Rift located between Springvale and Dragonspine in Mondstadt.
There are several components to Sucrose’s talents that make her extremely powerful support including crowd control, the ability to inflict swirl with all three of her talents, and boosting the elemental mastery of your entire team. With the way that swirl reactions work in this game she can easily dish out big damage numbers with a single elemental skill.
|Wind Spirit Creation | Attack|
Performs up to 4 attacks using Wind Spirits, dealing Anemo DMG.
Consumes a certain amount of Stamina and deals AoE Anemo DMG after a short casting time.
Calling upon the power of her Wind Spirits, Sucrose plunges towards the ground from mid-air, damaging all opponents in her path. Deals AoE Anemo DMG upon impact with the ground.
|Attributes||Level 1||Level 10|
|Charged Attack DMG||120.16%||216.29%|
|Charged Attack Stamina Cost||50||50|
|Low/High Plunge DMG||113.63% / 141.93%||224.62% / 280.57%|
Her normal and charge attack deals with Anemo damage. This talent actually has the ability to inflict Swirl therefore damage from this attack scales both off of Sucrose’s attack as well as her elemental mastery.
Swirling an element will unlock the potential of your main carry or other supports to do additional damage so being able to trigger this with no energy cost can come in very handy.
|Astable Anemohypostasis Creation – 6308 | Elemental Skill|
|Creates a small Wind Spirit that pulls opponents and objects towards its location, launches opponents within its AoE, and deals Anemo DMG.|
|Attributes||Level 1||Level 15|
|Cooldown||15 Seconds||15 Seconds|
Her elemental skill deals with AoE Anemo damage and this talent also have the ability to Swirl. Anemo damage scales off of Sucrose’s attack while any resulting Swirl damage scales off of sucrose’s elemental mastery as well as her level.
Because of the large area of effect and the number of enemies the Swirl damage can hit, this is one of the reasons why building elemental mastery for Sucrose can be very beneficial. This is because when sucrose uses her skill or burst, there can be more Swirl reactions that occur than Anemo damage alone, and Swirl reaction damage scales with her elemental mastery.
|Forbidden Creation – Isomer 75 / Type II | Elemental Burst|
|Sucrose hurls an unstable concoction that creates a Large Wind Spirit. While it persists, the Large Wind Spirit will continuously pull and launch nearby opponents, and deal Anemo DMG.
Elemental Absorption: If the Wind Spirit comes into contact with Hydro/Pyro/Cryo/Electro elements, it will deal additional elemental DMG of that type. Elemental Absorption may only occur once per use.
|Attributes||Level 1||Level 15|
|Additional Elemental DMG||44%||104.5%|
|Duration||6 Seconds||6 Seconds|
|Cooldown||20 Seconds||20 Seconds|
Sucrose’s elemental burst is similar to her elemental skill that performs AoE and Anemo damage and pulls enemies. In addition, her burst inflicts a total of 3x over 6 seconds or 4x if you have constellation 2. With each tick of her burst, she will deal Anemo damage that scales with Sucrose’s attack, additional elemental damage based on the first element that her burst comes into contact with (which also scales with her attack), and Swirl damage that scales with elemental mastery.
She is the ultimate master of Swirls and getting her to Ascension 4 will give you two passives to boost your team’s elemental reactions.
When Sucrose triggers a Swirl effect, all characters in the party with the matching element (excluding Sucrose) have their Elemental Mastery increased by 50 for 8s.
When Astable Anemohypostasis Creation – 6308 or Forbidden Creation – Isomer 75 / Type II hit an opponent, increases all party members’ (excluding Sucrose) Elemental Mastery based on 20% of Sucrose’s Elemental Mastery for 8s.
When Sucrose crafts Character and Weapon Enhancement Materials, she has a 10% chance to obtain double the product.
New constellation’s passive abilities can be unlocked for Sucrose each time you obtain a character’s specific item called Stella Fortuna and these upgrades can permanently enhance her in various ways.
|Clustered Vacuum Field
Astable Anemohypostasis Creation – 6308 gains 1 additional charge.
|Beth: Unbound Form
The duration of Forbidden Creation – Isomer 75 / Type II is increased by 2s.
Increases the Level of Astable Anemohypostasis Creation – 6308 by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.
Every 7 Normal and Charged Attacks, Sucrose will reduce the CD of Astable Anemohypostasis Creation – 6308 by 1~7s.
|Caution: Standard Flask
Increases the Level of Forbidden Creation – Isomer 75 / Type II by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.
If Forbidden Creation – Isomer 75 / Type II triggers an Elemental Absorption, all party members gain a 20% Elemental DMG Bonus for the corresponding absorbed element during its duration.