In this Klee Genshin Impact guide, I’ll be discussing one of my favourite characters in Genshin Impact and whom I find the cutest character of all. Klee! I find Klee one of the most fun characters to play in the game. In this Genshin Impact Klee Guide I’ll go over her different abilities and give my remarks on what the is in the game. Let’s dive in!
With a plethora of weapons at their disposal, Characters in Genshin Impact can benefit from unique passives and deal better damage with their abilities. All characters in Genshin Impact have special skills that differentiate them from others, and knowing about them can help you clear the content in a better way.
Klee: Character Details
Klee is a 5-star pyro DPS catalyst character who has a knack for playing with explosives. Even in her character demo and trailers, you can see Klee bombing enemies here and there and having fun roaming around and going “fish blasting.” I don’t think Klee fears anyone and is quite lively whenever an explosion topic comes up.
Klee is quite close to Kaeya and Albedo, whom she sees as an older brother figures, and adheres to the rulebook given to her by Kaeya whenever she ventures out in the city. At the same time, she fears Jean, who sometimes puts her in solitary confinement whenever she creates trouble.
From the story, it becomes clear that she knows Razor and is a friend of his. Razor knows that he needs to pay attention to her because who knows when one of her bombs will create trouble. Luckily, Klee hasn’t gotten hurt by any of the bombs and seems like she’s quite a lucky girl.
Klee: Character Availability
Klee was available in the Golden Apple Archipelago update in Genshin Impact 1.6 on the Sparkling Steps banner. So far, Klee has only had two banners that ran around October 2020 and June 2021.
Currently, there is no news on when she will run again in the future, but she will likely get a re-run in the future. I didn’t get Klee during her first banner despite using all my intertwined fates on her banner, but I didn’t give up hope and got her on her second banner.
I’ll be honest If I hadn’t got her on the second banner, then I wouldn’t be playing Genshin Impact. I like characters like Klee, who are free-willed and want to roam the world to do random things and fish-blasting.
Here I’ll be listing Ascension materials you need for Klee and talent materials to level up her abilities. You need around 415+ Hero’s Wits and 1.6+ million Mora to level up a character to level 90.
So, if an update comes where Klee is on the promoted banner, I’ll highly recommend you to pre-farm materials so that you won’t go into a rabbit hole of farming.
|Agnidus Agate Sliver = 1||Divining Scroll = 18||Philanemo Mushroom = 168|
|Agnidus Agate Fragment = 9||Sealed Scroll = 30|
|Agnidus Agate chunk = 9||Forbidden Curse Scroll = 36||Mora = 4,957,500|
|Agnidus Agate Gemstone = 6||Everflame seed = 46|
|Material for a single talent|
|Teachings of Freedom = 3||Diving Scroll = 6||Philanemo Mushroom = 168|
|Guide to Freedom = 21||Sealed Scroll = 22|
|Philosophies of Freedom = 38||Forbidden Curse Scroll = 31||Mora = 1.6 + million|
|Ring of Boreas = 6||Crown of Insight = 1|
Normal Attack: Kaboom!
Klee throws things that go boom when they hit things! Perform up to 3 explosive attacks, dealing area of effect pyro DMG
Klee’s normal attack is treated as a heavy attack and doesn’t trigger a melt reaction on frozen enemies.
Instead, Klee’s normal attack can trigger a shatter reaction that deals physical damage to the enemies and not a melt reaction.
That’s why reverse melt teams are preferred with Klee.
Klee’s charged attack consumes a certain amount of stamina and deals area of effect pyro DMG to opponents after a short casting time.
Klee’s charged attack is remarkable as it allows you to stagger even heavy enemies. She can blast enemies like Geovishaps in the air and give you breathing room to position yourself better.
Remember that Klee’s normal attack does not have a lot of range, and you have to be in a close combat situation. So, charged attacks are viable if you are looking for aggressive gameplay and to stagger enemies simultaneously.
Gathering the power of the pyro, Klee plunges towards the ground from mid-air, damaging all opponents in her path. her charged attack deals area of effect pyro DMG upon impact with the ground
Elemental skill: Jumpy Dumpty
Klee’s elemental skill Jumpy Dumpty is tons of boom-bang-fun!
It bounces three times when thrown, igniting, and dealing area of effect pyro DMG with every bounce.
On the third bounce, the bomb splits into many mines.
The mines will explode upon contact with opponents or after a short time, dealing area of effect pyro DMG. It starts with 2 charges.
|Values rounded off||Lv1||Lv2||Lv3||Lv4||Lv5||Lv6||Lv7||Lv8||Lv9||Lv10||Lvll||Lv12||Lv13||Lv14||Lv15|
|Jumpy Dumpty DMG||95%||102%||109%||119%||126%||133%||143%||152%||162%||171%||181%||190%||202%||214%||226%|
Klee’s abilities are just like her personality. Explosive, fun to play, and colourful! Klee throws a bag full of mines which bounces three times before exploding and throwing mines around it.
The mines will generate energy particles if they hit an enemy, and this is an excellent source to get energy particles back to recharge their elemental burst.
Jumpy Dumpty covers quite an area, and the mines can be pulled in by Jean, Kaedehara Kazuha, and Sucrose’s abilities. So, if you plan to have a big bonanza of shiny explosions by grouping enemies, then having any of these characters will help you out.
Elemental burst: Sparks ‘n’ Splash
Klee’s Blazing Delight! For the duration of this ability, continuously summons Sparks ‘n’ Splash to attack nearby opponents, dealing area of effect pyro DMG.
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|Sparks ‘n’ Splash DMG||43%||46%||49%||53%||56%||60%||64%||68%||72%||77%||81%||85%||91%||96%||101%|
Klee’s elemental burst can be snapshotted and takes additional buffs into account. So, if you are using Bennett with her, Bennett’s attack boost will add to her elemental burst and deal more damage during that time.
The best summons groups of tiny flowers that damage the enemies in multiple hits and can be good to compliment her regular or charged attacks.
Overall her abilities are pretty impressive and allow players to deal quite much damage to the enemies.
All of my Treasures!
Displays the location of nearby resources unique to Mondstadt on the mini-map
This is one of the best passives of Klee. If you have Klee in your party, you can find local specialities of Mondstadt on your mini-map that can help you farm items. Passives like these are quite beneficial when farming and save you a lot of time to roam here and there.
When Jumpy Dumpy and Normal attacks deal damage, Klee has a 50 % chance of obtaining an explosive spark. This explosive spark is consumed by the next charged attack, which costs no stamina and deals 50 % increased damage.
You can benefit from this passive after her elemental skill or during her elemental burst to deal a vast amount of damage.
Triggering vaporize on her charged attack will deal quite a large amount of damage to enemies and could even one-shot weaker ones.
You can notice the spark around her after you will attack and initiate a charged attack on the enemies to both stagger and deal massive damage simultaneously.
When Klee’s charged attack results in a CRIT hit, all party members gain 2 elemental energy.
I like this passive of her because it allows her to run like a mini-battery that can help get back elemental bursts of other team members.
I used this strategy in an overload team composition with Zhongli, Klee, Fischl, and Beidou to complement my characters’ lack of energy recharge, and it worked like a charm.
Shield characters like Zhongli can help Klee stay on the field and easily position herself to charge attack the enemies. Not much of a game-changing passive, but something better than having nothing.
Talent Level up Priority : Normal Attack > Elemental Skill > Elemental Burst
C1: Chained Reactions
Attacks and Skills have a certain chance to summon sparks that bombard enemies, dealing damage equal to 120 % of Sparks ‘n’ Splash damage.
The damage of sparks depends on elemental burst damage, so if you have C1 Klee, then I’ll recommend levelling up the elemental burst talent level.
The sparks will deal quite a lot of damage and help to boost her overall damage potential.
C2: Explosive Frags
Being hit by Jumpy Dumpty’s mines decreases enemies’ DEF by 23% for 10 seconds
This can be a good stopping point if you are a free-to-play player and have been saving for months to get Klee’s constellations.
There aren’t many sources to shred enemies’ defence in Genshin Impact, and this constellation shines in that role.
You can shred enemies’ defence with Klee’s elemental skill and deal insane damage.
C3: Exquisite Compound
Increases the level of Jumpy Dumpty by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15.
It will increase the level of her elemental skill, and Jumpy Dumptys are now super powerful to obliterate enemies in Klee’s path.
C4: Sparkly Explosion
If Klee leaves the field during the duration of Sparks ‘n’ Splash, her departure initiates an explosion that deals 555 % of her attack as an AoE pyro DMG.
Combined with the second Klee constellation, this constellation will massively upscale Klee’s burst damage potential.
Unlocking this constellation will require you to switch between characters and deal burst damage with Klee.
Even if you decide to play her as the main DPS, I’ll recommend you to switch characters because you won’t be taking benefit of this constellation otherwise.
C5: Nova Burst
Increases the level of Sparks ‘n’ Splash by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15
This constellation adds an upgrade to Klee’s elemental burst that helps to deal better damage while Klee is wreaking havoc on enemies already.
C6: Blazing Delight
While under the effects of Sparks ‘n’ Splash, Klee will regenerate 3 energy for all team members (excluding Klee) every 3 seconds.
When Sparks ‘n’ Splash is used, all team members will gain a 10% pyro DMG bonus for 25 seconds.
Let’s go over this constellation in two parts to understand better what it means. Although self-explanatory, I would say using Klee’s elemental burst in this constellation will help make her a mini battery for other team members and emphasize more burst damage gameplay because of her fourth constellation. At this point, Klee is more like a burst damage dealer who can also shred defence from the enemies.
The second half is more oriented toward teams that deal the same type of elemental damage, here in the case of Pyro DMG. This will be useful if you use a mono-pyro team that will focus on having characters in the party who are of the Pyro element.
Although a 10% boost in pyro DMG isn’t game-changing, you should switch to a mono-pyro team. So, you can relax on that and even opt for other team compositions.
- Original Food: Fisherman’s Toast
- Effect: Increases all party members’ defence by 151 for 300 s. In co-op mode, this effect only applies to your character(s)
- Recipe : Flour x 3, Tomato x 2, Onion x 1, Milk x 1
You can cook this dish just for the sake of collecting it because there aren’t many characters who can benefit from an increase in defence.
I’ll recommend you cook this dish up to 5 times or 10 times at maximum to keep them in your inventory.
Sometimes, quests may require you to submit dishes during the run, and having extra dishes in your inventory may save you a quick run to the shop.
Crimson Witch of Flames
- 2-piece set bonus: Increases pyro DMG bonus by 15%
- 4-piece set bonus: Increases overload and burning damage by 40%, vaporize and melt DMG by 15%.
- Using an elemental skill increases 2-piece set effect by 50% of its starting value for 10 seconds. Stacks up to a maximum of 3.
Crimson witch of flames is one of the best sets for reaction teams that can benefit from vaporizing reactions because of the double multiplier on the damage.
Even if you want to run a team where you can trigger overload damage with electro and pyro characters, this artifact will shine.
I remember running an overloaded team with Klee to take down ruin guards in the Spiral Abyss and was able to 36-star the abyss with it.
But, I should disclose that it was a close call to complete the chamber because overload reactions don’t deal enough damage as a reverse melt or vaporize does.
With a 4-piece Crimson Witch of flames set on Klee, you can get two stacks of pyro DMG bonus from her elemental skill. Klee has two charges of her elemental skill with a cooldown, and you can trigger the 4-piece effect quite easily on her.
- 2-piece set bonus: Increases Pyro resistance by 40 %
- 4-piece set bonus: Increases damage against opponents affected by pyro by 35 %
While the 2-piece bonus may not be potent on Klee, the 4-piece set bonus is something you can take advantage of.
Klee’s abilities have a strong pyro aura, and she can apply pyro on enemies that can keep the 4-piece set bonus on the battlefield.
If you are going for mono-pyro team composition, this artifact set can heavily benefit you and other team members as you want to pump as much pyro damage as possible.
In a mono-pyro team, you can use this artifact set on other team members, and they can benefit from the increased attack effect from the 4-piece set bonus.
2-piece Gladiator’s Finale/ Shimenawa + 2-piece Crimson Witch of Flames
- 2-piece set bonus: Increases attack by 18 %
- 2-piece Crimson set bonus: Increases pyro DMG bonus by 15 %
You can obtain an 18 % increase in attack from 2-piece Gladiator’s finale or Shimenawa’s Reminiscence that can help you to get better damage. You can also use a 2-piece Crimson witch set to benefit from the increase in Pyro damage bonus that can help you boost your overall damage.
If you have good substats on these sets, you can go with these options and see how they perform in combat.
- 2-piece set bonus: Increases elemental mastery by 80
- 4-piece set bonus: Increases charged attack damage by 35 % if the character is using a bow weapon or a catalyst
Wanderer’s troupe can be a good option if you prefer to play Klee with charged attacks to stagger the enemies. You can go with reverse melt teams, as Klee’s regular attacks are considered heavy.
This means they will shatter a frozen enemy rather than trigger a melt reaction on it. This is more like an attack design from Hoyoverse for Klee, so you have to opt for teams that don’t have a combination of Hydro and Cryo supports to freeze the enemies.
As you will equip a 4-piece Wanderer’s Troupe, you have to prioritize charged attacks and save stamina as charged attacks consume stamina to perform.
So, if you can position yourself better on the battlefield, then using a 4-piece Wanderer’s troupe to deal damage with charged attacks is also a good option.
You can opt for ATK% or Elemental mastery stat on Sands, Pyro DMG bonus on Goblet, and CRIT rate or CRIT DMG on Circlet. If you want to get the optimal ratios and compare which artifact piece would be better to opt for, I recommend you go over Genshin Optimizer.
This is an open-source tool that can help you compare artifacts and choose the better one.
Memory of Dust
Memory of Dust features 49.6 ATK% as its secondary stat with 608 base attacks at level 90 and increases shield strength. The characters can increase ATK% with hits to opponents that stack up to 5 times with a cooldown of 0.3 seconds.
Also, if a shield protects the character, the attack increase effect is buffed by a further 100%.
This can be a good option when playing with Klee because she’s small in size and sometimes requires a good shielding character to protect her from incoming damage.
With this weapon and fulfilling conditions for the passive effect, you can reach sky-high value for ATK% and deal insane damage to the enemies. Combine all these effects with vaporizing reactions, and you will be obliterating enemies in no time.
Skyward Atlas’s passive increases elemental DMG bonus with ATK% as a secondary stat. The passive allows regular attacks to trigger a physical attack that deals 160 – 320% attack damage with a cooldown of 30 seconds.
I don’t think the passive is that essential when dealing with physical damage. However, the elemental damage bonus is an excellent addition to this weapon as you can gain an extra pyro DMG bonus for Klee to deal better damage.
Around 33% attack boost with 674 base attack at level 90 is still a decent option for Klee as it’ll help her be better at damage dealing role and allow players to benefit from secondary offensive stat and passive as well.
Kagura’s Verity is an excellent choice for a passive that can help you boost up all elemental damage bonus and elemental skill damage. This weapon was featured alongside Yae Miko’s banner and has been an excellent weapon.
It features CRIT DMG as it is a secondary stat that scales up to around 66% at level 90 with 608 base attacks. The passive allows increasing damage dealt by elemental skill by 12-24% with a cap of a maximum of 3 stacks.
On top of that, the character also gains an overall elemental damage bonus after reaching 3 stacks.
You may not be able to trigger the elemental damage bonus as Klee’s elemental skill has only two charges and doesn’t increase even if you unlock her extra constellations. Hope Hoyoverse has added extra charge on her elemental skill in place of some constellation. Ultimately, this weapon is a decent choice that can help you manage CRIT ratios on Klee and deal better damage.
This weapon features CRIT rate as its secondary stat, which scales to around 33% at level 90 with 608 base attacks. The passive allows you to gain an 8 – 14% elemental damage bonus that stacks up every 4 seconds your character is alive or leaves the combat.
The cap for elemental damage bonus is a maximum of 4 stacks, so you can be assured that you are getting plenty of elemental damage bonus.
Lost prayer is a good weapon that can help you equip a CRIT damage goblet on Klee and optimize the CRIT ratios for massive damage. Because of Klee’s small size, positioning in the combat matters because she can quickly come into enemies’ melee range.
So, Lost prayers are a good weapon if you look to position your Klee on the battlefield better and kick some enemies.
You can only obtain this weapon from the Starglitter exchange shop with a maximum of three refinements during the weapon’s run. It features a CRIT damage secondary stat that scales up to around 55 % CRIT damage with a 510 base attack.
The passive helps to increase the attack % after you defeat an enemy and stacks up to three times. All three stacks are independent of each other, so that can be helpful in combat to a certain extent.
However, a short disclaimer that you may not be able to maintain three stacks or even two because some floors have only one enemy to defeat. This weapon’s passive starts to fall off with other counterparts that are better than this weapon.
I recommend you avoid this weapon and go for a new character or constellation from star glitter shop or equip a better 4-star weapon. Only use this weapon if you don’t have better weapon options.
The Widsith is one of the best 4-star weapons,and to many is Klee’s best weapon but it has a catchy passive that depends totally on RNG. The weapon boasts 55 % CRIT damage and 510 base attack at level 90.
It features three types of passives that can increase your ATK%, increase elemental damage by a certain percentage or increase elemental mastery. I would say this weapon is one of the best weapons for Klee as you can take benefit from any of these three passives.
Whether it’s a boost in ATK%, elemental damage bonus, or elemental mastery, Klee can use these offensive stats to deal massive damage. You can also optimize CRIT ratios on her, and with vaporizing reactions, the damage will go over the sky.
I remember hitting over 90k charged attack damage with C0 Klee once while using the Widsith. But, I should disclose that my Klee is double Crowned with a 4-piece Crimson witch of flames artifact set.
Solar pearl is a battle pass weapon you can obtain after reaching level 30 of the battle pass. You have to purchase either version of the battle pass and complete tasks to select this weapon among the five weapon choices it will present to you.
This weapon features a 27% CRIT rate with a base attack of 510 at level 90. The passive is unique and works both ways for the characters’ abilities. Normal attacks will increase elemental skill and elemental burst damage and vice versa.
So, you are getting a package of weapons that can enhance your normal attack, elemental skill, and elemental burst simultaneously.
Klee can benefit from this weapon as her elemental burst can deal better damage, and her normal attack can benefit from the two charges of her elemental skill.
Mappa mare features elemental mastery as its secondary stat and gives around 565 base attacks to the character at level 90. The best thing about this weapon is that you can run this weapon in a team composition that focuses on dealing damage with reactions.
The passive helps the characters get an elemental damage bonus that stacks up to 2 times after the character triggers an elemental reaction.
Elemental mastery is an underrated concept, and I will highly encourage you to look at our elemental mastery guide. You can benefit from extra elemental mastery on Klee to trigger better-vaporizing reactions and deal massive amounts of damage.
Dodoco tales was an event-exclusive weapon available for free with maximum refinements. This weapon was featured as Klee’s free-to-play option and was available during the Golden Apple Archipelago update during Genshin Impact version 1.6.
The weapon features around 55 ATK% with a 454 base attack, and the passives allow to boose charged attack damage and ATK%. On maximum refinement, the character can deal 32% increased charged attack damage for 6 seconds, and they increase overall attack by 16% for the same duration of time. This weapon’s passive works the same way Solar Pearl’s passive works.
There’s no speculation whether this weapon will be re-run in future updates or come into the weapon’s shop to buy. Since its launch, I’ve been playing Genshin Impact and was lucky enough to get this weapon in that update.
Overload – Klee Anemo Electro Flex
Contrary to what I’ve written, I’ve used a team composition where I used Klee, Zhongli, Fischl, and Beidou to defeat some ruin guards on floor 12 of the Spiral Abyss. But that made me focus a lot on rotation and attack patterns.
So, to ease up an overload team composition, you should use the Anemo character to shred elemental resistance from the enemies. You can benefit from the elemental resonance of characters and use the Crimson witch of flames artifact set on Klee to boost overload damage.
You can go with Fischl and Beidou to benefit from Electro elemental resonance, where you will be affected by hydro for 40% less time. And superconduct,electro-charged, and overload reactions have a 100% chance of generating electro particles with a cooldown of 5 seconds.
Having electro elemental resonance will highly benefit you as you will be able to generate energy particles with Fischl and Klee will help to trigger overload reactions.
Mono Pyro – Klee Anemo Pyro Pyro/Anemo
The Mono Pyro team focuses on dealing with as much pyro damage as possible or a single type of damage only, which is pyro damage. Mono element damage teams can be formed with characters from the same element and allow them to deal a single type of damage to the enemies.
You can have characters like Bennett, Xiangling, and Thoma to fill for Pyro slots.
The main benefit is that you can take advantage of double elemental resonance, which is rare in some team compositions. Anemo elemental resonance will help decrease stamina consumption by 15%, increase movement speed by 10 %, and shorten skill cooldown by 5%.
On the other hand, pyro elemental resonance will help to increase attack by 25% and reduce the time your characters are affected by Cryo by 40%
You can use anemo characters with Viridescent Veneer to shred enemy elemental resistance and deal more pyro damage to them.
Vaporize Reaction – Klee Anemo Hydro Flex
Vaporize teams focus on dealing a massive amount of damage with the help of hydro and pyro characters. You can have an extra slot in this team to either benefit from elemental resonance or use a character-specific to enemies on a spiral abyss floor.
As usual, one anemo character in elemental damage teams except Geo teams is good to boost up the damage potential of characters. Viridescent Veneer set isn’t applicable on Geo teams because you cannot swirl the Geo element.
So, the rest of the teams that can deal elemental damage or have reaction potential can benefit from Anemo characters like Sucrose or Kazuha and deal a massive amount of damage to the enemies.
Reverse Melt – Klee Anemo Cryo Flex
I wish we could trigger melt reactions with Klee, but because of game design, her attacks are heavy attacks though dealing Pyro damage to the enemies.
So, if you have a team with Hydro and Cryo characters and freeze the enemies, Klee’s normal attacks will trigger a shatter reaction and deal physical damage to them. Another option is to run a reveres melt team composition that can help you trigger a good amount of damage.
You can use characters like Rosaria, who will help trigger reverse melt reaction, and anemo character to further shred elemental resistance from the enemies.
You can fill the last slot with another cryo character to take benefit from Cryo elemental resonance and buff up the overall CRIT rate for team members.
Team Composition Summary
If you are a free-to-play player, you should look for characters than can synergize well with Klee and make the team around those characters. Also, a better point to keep in mind would be to make teams according to the enemies you will be facing in the spiral abyss.
Most of the content in the overworld is easy to clear, and you won’t need to break much sweat over it. So, if you plan to clear spiral abyss content, you should keep basic concepts like elemental resonance, character talents, and weapon passives in mind.
That can help you create teams where characters synergize well with each other.
Question: When will Klee be re-run?
Answer: So far, Klee has been featured in two banners, and it may be possible that she may have a re-run again shortly. Some characters had three re-runs, and Klee may likely re-run in a promoted banner with 4-star characters. In the end, its’ all speculation from my end, but I’ll recommend you to save up some primogems or intertwined fates just in case. I won’t suggest you pre-farm for her because if she doesn’t get a re-run banner, you will be wasting your resources. So, for now, I would advise you to keep yourself up-to-date with Genshin Impact’s official channels and see if they announce a Klee re-run.
Question: Should I crown Klee as you have done?
Answer: It all depends on whether you like a character so much that you want to crown their talents. Even if you want to clear the spiral abyss, the content can be cleared without crowning your characters. Crowns are one of the rarest items in Genshin impact, and obtaining them is quite hard.
So, if you want to crown a character’s talents, I will recommend you to crown your favorite character. I’ve crowned some of my characters’ elemental bursts while others are triple crowned. Raiden Shogun, Zhongli, Klee, Sucrose, Venti, and Ningguang are the ones I can remember now. Although, I don’t remember how many crowns I’ve used. I’ve got three remaining in my inventory and planning to crown Ayato’s elemental burst.
Question: I see a lot of terminologies like Machine gun Klee. ICDs, Animation Cancel, and other playstyles, why you didn’t mention them?
Answer: There are a lot of terminologies when it comes to characters. Internal cooldowns, unique playstyles, animation cancels, and the list continues. I try to write guides so that even a beginner player can grasp the concept and meta players can get an overview of my perspective. If you are a hardcore meta player and want to dive into calculations, there are a lot of Genshin resources and channels on youtube that can help you.
To avoid making guides mathematical and adding many details, I try to refrain from extensive writing. You can go to Reddit, Discord servers, and Youtube channels related to Klee’s playstyle and learn those mechanisms if you want to optimize your gameplay and get optimal damage % ages perfectly. Dedicated theory-crafting channels are there for characters, and you can dive into vast knowledge about your favorite characters there.
Klee is one of the cutest characters in Genshin Impact, and her playstyle is a lot of fun. While she may look cute, her abilities pack a solid punch on the enemies. She can help you clear a lot of tough content in the game and offer your team an overall energy recharge.
I got Klee in the 1.6 updates, and if I hadn’t got her in that update, I wouldn’t be playing Genshin impact right now. Two of my most desired characters were Venti and Klee, and as a free-to-play player back then, I was lucky enough to get both. Who knows? Maybe Klee will have a re-run in future updates.
For now, I’ll recommend you go over other guides on the site about your favourite character or weapons in general. That will help you learn more about the game and optimize your overall gameplay.