The 5* Catalyst weapon Lost Prayer to the Sacred Wind is featured in the next Genshin Impact Weapon banner. Below are its stats, potential builds, team compositions, and advice on whether you should pull for it. The wind has blessed it for its constancy and influence over the centuries. How do you retrieve the misplaced Prayer from the divine wind? By tugging on the current weapon banner for Phase 1 of Version 2.8, which runs from 13 July-August 2, 2022, you can acquire the Lost Prayer or the Freedom-Sworn! Additionally, you can obtain this weapon by continuously pulling at the Standard Banner!
Lost prayer to the second wind characters
The lost prayer characters are Lisa, Barbara, Klee, Sucrose, Mona, and Ningguang. The best candidate for the weapon, in general, seems to be Klee. The Lost Prayer is a fantastic weapon for DPS Catalyst characters who can utilize its passive skill and CRIT Rate stat! The best-in-class weapon for Klee is also this one. It can help you to increase your CRIT Rate and give you the Main DPS excellent benefits.
sacred winds: lost prayer is a 5* catalyst.
Genshin Impact is a Gacha game you can play on Android, iOS, PC, Playstation 4, and other platforms. Please continue reading to learn which twin to select at the beginning of the game alters the outcome.
- The world of Genshin Impact is the subject of a manga series, which helps give the game’s already existent characters more backstory. Choose the male character if you want the story to be very similar to the manga’s plot since the male twin is implied to be involved in the manga.
- The beginning twin you select won’t significantly alter the course of the game. Except that your chosen twin will be the one standing in the cutscenes, the primary plot remains the same, and your objective will still be to find your other twin. Your starting character’s gender and appearance are the only things that are changed by your choosing; otherwise, everything else plays the same.
- Each character has a distinct voice due to being a unique entity, with the female twin having a feminine singer and the male voice actor having a manly voice.
Passive Skill: Lost Prayer to the Sacred Winds
The Boundless Blessing raises the Movement SPD by 10%. The user of this weapon will experience an 8 percent Elemental DMG Bonus every four seconds while engaged in combat. Four stacks were maximum. It remains until the character dies or is replaced by another.
Sacred Winds: Lost Prayer Refinement Levels
|R1||10 percent increase in Movement SPD. Gain an 8% Elemental DMG Bonus every 4 seconds when engaged in combat. Four stacks were maximum. It lasts until the protagonist is defeated or ends the battle.|
|R2||10 percent increase in Movement SPD When engaged in combat, receive a 10% Elemental DMG Bonus per four seconds. Four stacks were maximum. It lasts until the protagonist is defeated or ends the battle.|
|R3||10 percent increase in Movement SPD. Gain a 12 percent Elemental DMG Bonus every four seconds when engaged in combat. Four stacks were maximum. It lasts until the protagonist is defeated or ends the battle.|
|R4||gives you a 10% increase in Movement SPD. Gain a 14% Elemental DMG Bonus every 4 seconds while in combat. Four maximum stacking until the protagonist loses consciousness or ends the battle.|
|R5||10 percent increase in Movement SPD. Gain a 16 percent Elemental DMG Bonus every four seconds when engaged in combat. Four stacks were maximum. It lasts until the protagonist is defeated or ends the battle.|
It seems like that kind of a business in the lost prayer to the sacred wind. If you didn’t lose the passive ability stack when you switch characters, this weapon would be pretty good. Since you hardly ever spend more than 10 seconds on the field with any character at a time, the benefit of the passive ability is relatively tiny. If it’s even supposed to operate this way, I wonder. “Lasts until the character falls or exits combat,” the description states. Since it doesn’t read “Lasts until the character falls or leaves the field,” it seems to imply that you should preserve the stack throughout the battle. If Mihoyo made a mistake in the coding and didn’t fix it, that wouldn’t surprise me.