Genshin Impact features intricate lore full of mysteries, shocking events, and unexpected outcomes. Whether it’s an archon or a world quest, it’s hard to figure out what will happen next in the story. From artifacts’ descriptions to unknown symbols in the overworld, everything’s connected with each other. Weaving past occurrences with the present, players are always on edge, craving any lore crumbs that can reveal future plotlines. Hooking the player from the very first cutscene, Genshin Impact introduces playable characters with unique backstories.
As a player, you start the game with no knowledge of past events and don’t know anyone aside from your lost sibling. However, you soon get to know a colorful cast. Some characters will be good, while others may be wicked. However, it wouldn’t be a wise decision to judge a book by its cover. Sure, there are people who started off on the wrong side of history, but that doesn’t mean they will follow the mistakes their ancestors made. There is one noble young lady who defies the old aristocracy full of sins and has chosen the righteous path.
Captain of the Knights of Favonius Reconnaissance Company, Eula Lawrence, is a descendant of the Lawrence clan, which has unleashed unimaginable atrocities on common folk in the past. Unlike her clan, Eula is of high moral standing and seeks vengeance against sinners to redeem her family name. Eula doesn’t show mercy to her enemies and has abilities that can destroy them in the blink of an eye.
In this Eula Genshin Impact guide, I will go over this noblewoman who seeks to punish evildoers and discuss her special abilities, unique builds, best weapons, and team compositions that you can use to defeat your enemies.
Eula Lawrence, I will have Vengeance
As the name implies, Eula belongs to the Lawrence clan, which had a tyrannical rule over Mondstadt and oppressed the people for years. She has a past that she cannot run from, as the blood of the Lawrence clan runs in her veins. Though trying her best to redeem the family name, the past always catches up to her, and she’s met with prejudices at every turn of her life. Despite being faced with so many hurdles in her work and personal life, Eula doesn’t give up her ambition to punish sinners and always looks out for enemies to protect the city.
While others may appear hostile to her, one person always roots for her. None other than our lovely Outrider Amber shares a close relationship with Eula and lets others know of Eula’s achievements to make others aware of her commendable work. People might hesitate to provide their services to Eula, but when Amber’s around, people tend to see what she sees in Eula.
While she may appear cold on the outside, Eula does care a lot about others. I remember playing the ‘Shadow amidst storm’ event, where the Traveler’s party investigates the mysterious happenings on Dragonspine. Suddenly out of nowhere, an avalanche comes crashing toward the party, and Eula immediately escorts the Traveler and Amber to safety.
That was the moment I fell in love with her caring nature. I would highly suggest doing her hangout quest, where you get to know the history of the Lawrence clan and how Eula cut off ties with her clan to pursue a path of righteousness.
Ascension & Talent materials
Eula is an amazing Physical damage dealer who’s unrivaled by any other Physical damage dealers in the game. Her ascension stat CRIT damage scales hard and allows players to min-max her CRIT rate and CRIT damage.
Here’s a list of Eula’s ascension materials:
- Mora x 420,000
- Damaged mask x 18
- Stained mask x 30
- Ominous mask x 36
- Dandelion seed x 168
- Shivada jade sliver x 1
- Shivada jade fragment x 9
- Shivada jade chunk x 9
- Shivada jade gemstone x 6
- Crystalline bloom x 46
Here’s a list of Eula’s talent materials to level up a single talent:
- Mora x 1,652,500
- Dragon lord’s crown x 6
- Crown of insight x 1
- Damaged mask x 6
- Stained mask x 22
- Ominous mask x 31
- Teachings of resistance x 3
- Guide to resistance x 21
- Philosophies of resistance x 38
Eula’s main source of damage is Physical damage, which depends on all of her talents. I recommend you invest in all talents equally if you want to use her as the main damage dealer.
Still, if you are low on resources, you can prioritize her elemental burst before other talents.
Normal Attack: Favonius Bladework – Edel
- Normal attack: Eula strikes 5 times with her claymore
- Charged attack: After consuming a certain amount of stamina, Eula performs continuous strikes, which end with a powerful one
- Plunging attack: Eula plunges with her claymore from mid-air to the ground and deals area-of-effect damage to opponents
It’s a must that you level up her normal attacks and use them the most. Her elemental burst depends on the number of times your normal attacks hit an enemy, making it a viable choice. There’s no use in performing charged attacks because they take a long time, and instead, you can perform normal attacks to get stacks on your elemental burst.
Elemental Skill: Icetide Vortex
Eula deals Cryo damage and obtains a stack of Grimheart that can be gained once every 0.3 seconds after hitting an opponent. The effect can stack up to 2 times. Grimheart increases Eula’s defense and resistance to interruption.
Eula deals area-of-effect Cryo damage to enemies in front of her and consume Grimheart’s stacks. Enemies’ physical and Cryo resistance decreases after consuming Grimheart’s stacks. Each consumed stack of Grimheart deals Cryo damage to nearby enemies after getting converted into an Icewhirl Brand.
The best way to use this skill is to first obtain 2 stacks of Grimheart by tapping and then hold the skill to reduce Physical and Cryo resistance from enemies. I won’t suggest using Eula’s to apply Cryo on enemies because there are better options like Kaeya, Rosaria, and Chongyun. Grimheart also provides you with defense increase and resistance to interruption, both of which are really good while face-tanking enemies on the field.
I would recommend that you use this skill in combination with her elemental burst to benefit from resistance shred to avail nuking potential of the burst. If your burst is in cooldown or will take more time to recharge, you can unleash a minor blast using the hold version that deals 50 % of the base damage of the elemental burst on 2 Grimheart stacks.
Elemental Burst: Glacial Illumination
Eula summons a Lightfall sword after dealing Cryo damage to enemies near her. The sword follows her for up to 7 seconds. Eula’s normal attack, skill, and burst can charge the Lightfall sword after dealing damage to enemies. The Lightfall sword can get an energy stack once every 0.1 seconds.
Eula’s Lightfall sword increases Eula’s resistance to interruption while it’s present on the field. Once the duration expires, the Lightfall sword deals explosive Physical damage to enemies. The damage scales with the number of energy stacks on the Lightfall sword, and if Eula leaves the field, the Lightfall sword’s duration expires, and it explodes.
Eula’s elemental burst is her bread and butter. Her elemental burst makes her one of the best hypercarries in the game and has a massive nuking potential. The massive damage can deplete enemies’ health bars in a blink or vanish them into oblivion.
The burst heavily depends on the stacks that you gain by doing damage to enemies, which accounts for her normal attacks and skills. Do keep in mind that shields will stop you from increasing stacks, as you have to deplete the shields first to damage enemies.
You can’t catch elemental particles in her burst animation and can switch out to another character to trigger the explosion earlier. A major reason to switch will be Eula’s low health if she’s facing enemies like Riftwolves, who can apply the corrosion status to characters and reduce their health over time.
On top of that, Eula’s burst can miss the targets if they have high mobility. While most enemies will come toward you, others will follow a unique attack pattern. The only things that can save you here are combat experience and knowledge.
Don’t hesitate to restart a chamber. Sometimes, it’s better to give it another try and learn the enemy’s attack pattern. Another caveat of Eula’s burst is that it doesn’t snapshot. That means you have to have active buffs on the field if you want to boost her damage.
The buffs are rather dynamic than static, while her burst is active. So, using characters like Bennett is highly beneficial as his burst lasts longer. Remember that if you have a C6 Bennett, Eula will deal Pyro damage with her normal attacks.
Passive: Roiling Rime
A shattered Lightfall sword explodes if two stacks of Grimheart are consumed on using the hold version of the elemental skill. The explosion deals 50 % base Physical damage of the Lightfall sword formed by the elemental burst.
Keep an eye on your Eula’s Grimheart stacks because you can use the hold version of her skill to sneak in some extra damage. This is a really good passive that comes into action when your elemental burst is on cooldown or doesn’t have sufficient energy.
Passive: Wellspring of War-Lust
The cooldown of the Icetide vortex resets, and Eula gains a stack of Grimheart after her elemental burst; Glacial illumination is cast.
You can devise an attack combo with the help of this passive. Initiate the skill combo with the hold version, and then use the elemental burst to reset the skill again. By doing that, you can reduce enemies’ Physical and Cryo resistance and use the burst to boost the final damage greatly.
Passive: Aristocratic Introspection
Eula has a 10 % chance to receive the product after crafting character talent material. Indeed, a good utility passive that allows you to refund materials in the crafting process.
C1: Tidal Collision
Eula’s physical damage increases by 30 % for 6 seconds after consuming Grimheart’s stacks. Each stack increases the duration of this effect by 6 seconds which lasts up to a maximum of 18 seconds.
A sheer buff to your overall Physical damage that you can incorporate into your play style. The constellation depends on using Grimheart stacks, which is pretty normal in Eula’s case. You will consistently use her skill throughout the combat and easily activate this constellation.
C2:Lady of Seafoam
The cooldown of the elemental skill’s holding version decreases, bringing it closer to the tap version’s cooldown.
The constellation eases the use of her elemental skill and benefits from the first constellation. I love that this constellation synergizes with the first one, and you can easily weave a good combination to have better damage output.
C3: Lawrence Pedigree
The level of the elemental burst, Glacial Illumination, increases by 3 with a maximum limit of 15
An insanely good constellation. A sheer damage boost to your elemental burst, which is the main source of damage. If you are saving for Eula for a long time, then this constellation can be a good checkpoint to stay at.
C4: The Obstinacy of One’s inferiors
Lightfall swords’ damage increases by 25 % against enemies with less than 50 % health
It would have been amazing if the damage boost was for enemies above 50 % health. This constellation won’t be useful unless you face enemies with a massive health pool. Eula’s burst at this level would be pretty dangerous for enemies, and they will likely die in the explosion, and you won’t get a chance to see this constellation in action. Still, a decent constellation against enemies with a gigantic HP pool.
The level of elemental skill, Icetide vortex, increases by 3 with a limit of 15.
Normal attacks, skills, and bursts have a 50 % chance to an additional instance of energy to the Lightfall sword and Lightfall swords created by the elemental burst, Glacial illumination, start with initial 5 stacks of energy.
Once you reach this constellation, it’s confirmed that only a few beings on Teyvat could survive Eula’s burst. This constellation is the definition of a game-changer because you can rack up stacks faster and ramp up the damage.
On top of that, you get a 50 % chance to get additional energy that depends on your damage instances. With more stacks on your Lightfall sword, the damage will go off the roof.
Song of Broken Pines
Eula’s signature weapon features a Physical damage bonus substat and a passive that helps to increase attack and normal attack speed. The claymore also features a massive base attack of 741 that scales insanely well with Eula’s artifacts. If you can spend on the weapon banner, I highly suggest wishing on it.
Undoubtedly one of the best claymores for general use. Both the substat and passive feature an attack percentage that helps to increase the wielder’s damage. Also, the weapon’s passive can increase party members’ attack, eventually increasing the overall team damage.
The weapon features a high CRIT damage substat ( 88.2% ) that synergizes with Eula’s CRIT damage ascension stat. Although the passive does help to increase normal and charged attack damage, that scales off the wielder’s defense.
You can certainly equip this claymore on Eula. If you have enough CRIT rate from artifacts’ substats, you can easily equip a CRIT damage circlet. At that point, if Eula’s burst does a critical hit, then not even the archons can save your enemies.
The claymore features an attack percent substat with a passive that helps to boost elemental burst damage. The passive accounts for the energy capacity of all party members and buffs the elemental burst according to the burst cost. So, pairing Eula with a character like Raiden Shogun, both having a high burst cost, will be effective with this weapon.
Snow-Tombed starsilver features a Physical damage bonus substat that can help Eula to churn out more white numbers, AKA, Physical damage. The passive isn’t that great because it summons an icicle above enemies that deals some damage based on the attack percentage.
A good early-game weapon that you can find in the overworld and equip Eula with. The weapon features a Physical damage bonus substat and a passive that helps to increase the overall attack of the wielder.
It’s hard to find good weapons in the early game, and not everyone can afford to spend money. You can equip this weapon on Eula and start to clear the content until you get a better option.
Serpent Spine is an amazing battlepass weapon with a CRIT rate substat and a passive that helps increase the outgoing damage. The passive’s peculiarity is that it also increases the incoming damage. With a stacking mechanism, you can benefit from extra damage. You don’t have to worry about incoming damage because Eula’s elemental skill grants you extra defense and resistance to interruption.
The weapon is good in teams where you will use Eula with characters who can provide a shield. The weapon features an attack percentage substat with a passive that helps to increase the shield strength and buff the attack.
On top of that, your attack increases with each hit and gets a 100 % increase when the character is shielded. A really good weapon to equip on Eula if she’s in a team with Zhongli or Diona.
Undoubtedly, the best artifact set on Eula because of the sheer Physical damage and attack buff this artifact set provides. You get a 25 % Physical damage bonus with the 2-piece artifact set, and using your elemental skill to hit an enemy will increase the Physical damage bonus by another 25 % and grant an 18 % attack bonus. Another pro about the 4-piece effect is its low cooldown. You can easily gain the buffs from the 4-piece effect and focus on the gameplay.
Gladiator’s finale set specializes in boosting the normal attack damage and should be equipped in case you don’t have better pieces for the pale flame. You can also use 2-piece combinations of Gladiator’s finale and Bloodstained Chivalry for an 18 % attack bonus and a 25 % Physical damage bonus. Alternatively, the following 2-piece sets are good with the Bloodstained Chivalry set:
- Gladiator’s finale
- Vermillion Hereafter
- Pale Flame
- Noblesse Oblige
- Echoes of an Offering
- Shimenawa’s Reminiscence
Emblem of Severed Fate
If you don’t have a good option to equip Eula, you can also go with this artifact set. The artifact set specifically increases the elemental burst damage in correlation to the overall energy recharge a character has. Eula’s main source of damage is her elemental burst, and using this set on her might be beneficial.
Building Eula is straightforward, as you need to opt for offensive attributes on your artifact set. An attack percentage sands, a Physical damage goblet, and a CRIT rate or damage circlet. You should equip artifact sets that give you a good roll on attributes like energy recharge, CRIT rate, CRIT damage, or attack percentage.
Eula doesn’t depend on elemental reactions besides superconduct because of the nature of her abilities. She’s a Physical hypercarry who focuses on maxing out the damage output. This essentially limits her team options to a combination of Electro and Cryo characters because of their synergy with the Cryo element. You can also opt for non-superconduct teams specific to certain enemies.
Eula Electro Flex Flex
Eula’s main team consists of an Electro character who can trigger superconduct on enemies to reduce their Physical resistance. You can either swap in another Electro or Cryo character to benefit from the elemental resonance. Depending on your requirements and the type of enemies you face, you can swap in extra characters.
- Eula, Fischl, Diona, Rosaria
- Eula, Raiden Shogun, Diona, Rosaria
- Eula, Fischl, Beidou, Raiden Shogun
Characters like Fischl, Raiden Shogun, and Beidou can provide amazing off-field Electro applications for a longer duration, and you can trigger a superconduct reaction with a Cryo character. For instance, you can use Qiqi’s elemental skill to summon a herald that applies Cryo and follows the active character. Replacing Qiqi with Zhongli can be suitable to benefit from the Cryo resistance and you can have Raiden Shogun to recharge elemental bursts of the whole team.
You can also use characters like Kaeya, Kuki Shinobu, Yae Miko, Lisa, and others in this team setup. However, you must assess their abilities and decide whether you want to use them. The main factor that you need to account for is Eula’s elemental burst because that will be the main source of your overall team damage.
You can use the Favonius weapon series to get energy recharge as a substat and generate energy particles with their passives. Another benefit of having an extra Electro or Cryo character would be the elemental resonance that will help to give you additional buffs.
Eula Flex Flex Flex
Basically, this team option covers all the possible team compositions that you can build with Eula. You can use a double resonance setup where you have another Cryo character and the remaining two characters from the same element.
Otherwise, you can opt for a team with characters from unique elements. Ultimately, teams like these are built around Eula and focus on funneling energy particles to her.
- Eula, Diona, Albedo, Zhongli
- Eula, Diona, Fischl, Raiden Shogun
- Eula, Rosaria, Fischl, Jean
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Should I use Razor or Eula as a Physical damage dealer?
Answer: I would suggest using Eula because her abilities have higher damage scaling. However, you can use Razor to physically damage enemies if you don’t have her. The damage might feel a bit underwhelming without extra constellations, but he will get the job done.
Question: Is Eula better than Ganyu or Ayaka?
Answer: Eula is a Physical damage dealer, whereas Ganyu and Ayaka are Cryo damage dealers. All of them are really good DPS characters; however, their use depends on the characters you have and the type of team you want to go with.
Question: How good is Eula for a free-to-play player?
Answer: One word, Amazing! If you are a free-to-play player and want a hypercarry character, then Eula is an incredible option. You should get her on your account and pair her with suitable characters. Make sure you have good supporting characters, and you are good to go.
The Redemption Arc
Eula’s completely aware of her clan’s atrocities towards the common folks and tries her best to break society’s prejudice towards them. You should definitely check our manga guide if you want to know about the events that happened in the past.
The manga focuses on the aristocracy and Venti freeing the people of Mondstadt from the Lawrence Clan’s cruel rule. Though a lot of the members of the Lawrence clan are against Eula, this doesn’t stop her from choosing the path of retribution.
She’s an amazing Physical hypercarry character who can help you clear any formidable content on time. Whether you are facing hordes of enemies or a world boss, Eula can defeat anything that comes her way and has an equal standing with the Dandelion Knight, Jean.
Characters like Zhongli, Raiden Shogun, and Rosaria perfectly synergize with her abilities and provide immense off-field utility. I suggest checking out their character guides to optimally use them with Eula. That being said, I’ll meet you in another interesting guide and until then, keep your enemies in check!