Ultimate Sucrose Build Guide: Best Weapons, Artifacts and Team Comps

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Sucrose is an Anemo character in Genshin Impact that can provide excellent crowd control and elemental mastery buffs for your party. With the right build, Sucrose can boost your team’s damage significantly while grouping enemies together. This comprehensive guide will cover everything you need to know to build the best Sucrose in Genshin Impact.

Sucrose’s Skills and Abilities

To understand how to build Sucrose, we first need to understand her kit. Here are her key skills and abilities:

Normal Attack: Teachy Alchemy

Sucrose’s normal attacks hit enemies with her book, dealing Anemo damage. At higher talent levels, her fourth hit triggers an additional splash damage burst.

Elemental Skill: Astable Anemohypostasis Creation - 6308

Sucrose creates a small Anemo spirit that taunts enemies and deals Anemo damage. When the spirit explodes, it deals additional AoE Anemo damage. Hits have a chance to generate energy particles.

Elemental Burst: Forbidden Creation - Isomer 75 / Type II

Sucrose summons an Anemo homonculus that generates a large wind tunnel, pulling in enemies and dealing AoE Anemo damage over time. The homonculus follows your active character while the tunnel is active.

Passive 1: Mollis Favonius

When Sucrose triggers a Swirl reaction, all party members (except Sucrose herself) gain 50 Elemental Mastery for 8s.

Passive 2: Astable Invention

Sucrose gains 20% of her Elemental Mastery as additional ATK.

Passive 3: Cautiones Experimenta

When Sucrose crafts Character Talent Materials, she has a 10% chance to refund a portion of the crafting materials used.

Sucrose Builds

Now that we understand Sucrose’s kit, here are some recommended builds for her:

EM Support Build

This build focuses on maximizing Sucrose’s Elemental Mastery to boost her buffing and Swirl damage potential.


  • Sacrificial Fragments (Best): The EM substat and ability to reset Skill cooldown suits Sucrose perfectly.
  • Magic Guide: Solid F2P option for more EM.
  • Mappa Mare: Provides EM substat and damage bonus.


  • 4pc Viridescent Venerer Set
    • Sands: Elemental Mastery
    • Goblet: Elemental Mastery
    • Circlet: Elemental Mastery

Aim for as much EM as possible in substats. Some Energy Recharge is also good.

Team Role

  • Apply VV resistance shred with Swirl
  • Buff party Elemental Mastery
  • Group enemies

Hybrid DPS/Support

This build gives Sucrose more offensive power while still providing utility.


  • Skyward Atlas (Best)
  • Lost Prayer to the Sacred Winds
  • The Widsith
  • Solar Pearl


  • 2pc Viridescent Venerer + 2pc Wanderer’s Troupe
    • Sands: ATK% or EM
    • Goblet: Anemo DMG
    • Circlet: Crit Rate/DMG

Prioritize ATK%, Anemo DMG, Crit, and EM in substats. Some Energy Recharge is good too.

Team Role

  • Swirl damage dealer
  • Crowd control
  • Elemental Mastery buffing

Anemo DPS

Focuses solely on maximizing Sucrose’s Anemo damage. Requires heavy investment.


  • Skyward Atlas (Best)
  • Lost Prayer to the Sacred Winds
  • Solar Pearl


  • 2pc Viridescent Venerer + 2pc Glad/Shimenawa
    • Sands: ATK%
    • Goblet: Anemo DMG
    • Circlet: Crit Rate/DMG

Prioritize ATK%, Anemo DMG, Crit in substats. Some EM is good too.

Team Role

  • Main on-field Anemo DPS
  • Swirl damage

Best Teams for Sucrose

Sucrose works well in the following team comps:

Sucrose Taser Comp

This comp focuses on triggering electro-charged reactions with Sucrose’s Swirl. High AoE damage potential.

Freeze Comps

  • Sucrose
  • Hydro applier (Mona, Kokomi)
  • Cryo DPS (Ayaka, Ganyu)
  • Cryo support (Diona, Rosaria)

Sucrose groups enemies and boosts team EM in freeze comps.

Vape/Melt Comps

  • Sucrose
  • Xiangling
  • Pyro DPS (Yoimiya, Diluc)
  • Hydro applier (Xingqiu, Yelan)

Sucrose groups enemies together for AoE pyro damage and provides EM buff.

Electro-Charged Comps

  • Sucrose
  • Electro DPS (Keqing, Razor)
  • Hydro applier (Xingqiu, Kokomi)
  • Flex spot

Constant electro-charged procs. Sucrose boosts reaction damage with EM buffs.

Sucrose Constellations

Here are some notes on Sucrose’s constellations:

  • C1: Significant boost to Skill damage and energy regen. Her best early constellation.
  • C2: Decent crowd control extension on Burst.
  • C3: Good boost to EM buff.
  • C4: Minor Anemo RES shred.
  • C5: Adds additional Burst charge.
  • C6: Large boost to Swirl and Transformative Reaction damage.

Prioritize getting C1 first if possible. C3 and C6 also provide sizable boosts.

Sucrose Talents

Here are the talent priorities for Support Sucrose:

  • Elemental Skill = Elemental Burst > Normal Attack

Prioritize leveling Skill and Burst first. Level normal attacks later if extra resources available.

For DPS Sucrose:

  • Normal Attack = Elemental Skill = Elemental Burst

Level all three talents equally.

Sucrose F2P/Low Spender Build

Here is a budget build for low spenders:


  • Sacrificial Fragments (EM and Skill reset)
  • Mappa Mare (EM and damage)
  • Magic Guide (pure EM)


  • 4pc Instructor Set for EM buffing
  • 4pc Exile for energy recharge

Prioritize EM main stats. Substats can be ER, EM, ATK%, Crit.


  • Sucrose Taser team with Fischl, Beidou, Xingqiu
  • Freeze team with Kaeya, Rosaria, Barbara

Sucrose Gameplay Tips

Here are some tips to maximize Sucrose’s performance:

  • Swirl elements applied by your DPS for VV shred and EM buffs.
  • Use Skill to group enemies then swap to DPS.
  • Keep Burst active as much as possible for EM buffs.
  • Sacrificial Fragments resets help energy generation.
  • Level talents according to team needs.
  • Focus on EM early, then build offensive stats later.
  • Anemo Resonance provides additional energy.

Frequently Asked Questions on Sucrose Builds

What is the best weapon for Sucrose?

The best weapon for Sucrose is Sacrificial Fragments. Its EM substat and ability to reset her E skill cooldown suits her kit perfectly. Other good options are Mappa Mare, Magic Guide, and Skyward Atlas.

What artifacts should I use for Sucrose?

For support Sucrose, use 4pc Viridescent Venerer with EM main stats. For DPS, use 2pc VV + 2pc Glad/Wanderer’s with ATK%, Anemo DMG, and Crit.

Should I focus on EM or ATK% for Sucrose?

EM is generally better for buffing reaction damage. ATK% builds can work for more offensive power but require more investment. Choose based on your team needs.

What talent should I prioritize for Sucrose?

For support, prioritize E > Q > AA. For DPS, level AA = E = Q equally. Her E skill is important for damage and energy.

What are Sucrose’s best team comps?

Great teams are taser comps with Fischl/Beidou/Xingqiu, freeze comps with hydro + cryo, vape/melt teams with Xiangling, and electro-charged teams with hydro + electro.

Is C1 Sucrose worth it?

Yes, C1 is a big spike for Sucrose. It boosts her skill damage significantly and provides more energy. Her best early constellation.

Is Sucrose viable as a main DPS?

She can work as a main DPS but requires heavy investment. Usually she is better utilized as a support enabler. Anemo DPS build is expensive.

What F2P options work for Sucrose?

For weapons, Sacrificial Fragments, Mappa Mare, and Magic Guide are great F2P choices. Artifact sets can be 4pc Instructor or 4pc Exile with EM main stats.

What gameplay tips should I follow with Sucrose?

Swirl elements for buffs/shreds, use E skill to group enemies, keep Q burst active, utilize Sac Frags resets, level talents according to role, focus on EM first then build ATK%/Crit later.

Is Sucrose good?

Yes! With the right build, Sucrose is an amazing enabler for reaction teams. Her crowd control, EM buffing, VV shredding and Swirl damage provide huge boosts. She is top tier when invested in properly.


Sucrose is an excellent enabler for reaction focused teams when built properly. Her crowd control,Elemental Mastery buffing, and Viridescent Venerer res shred provide huge damage boosts. Invest in her talents and gear, and she will reward you with big numbers. With this guide, you now have all the knowledge to create the best builds for Sucrose in Genshin Impact.

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