Honkai Star Rail Kafka Best Build Guide

In our Honkai Star Rail Kafka best build guide, we are going to talk about the best Relics and Light Cones to equip on the character, which stats you want to focus on, what her role is, and more. In other words, we will explain how to make Kafta the most efficient party member as possible. So, without any further ado, let’s begin!

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honkai star rail kafka best build guide
Honkai Star Rail Kafka Best Build Guide

Best Kafka Build in Honkai Star Rail

We’ll begin our guide on the best Kafka build in Honkai Star Rail with the Light Cone. Ideally, you want to use Patience is All you Need. It increases damage done to enemies affected by damage-over-time by 16%, increases your speed by 4% for every attack (up to five times) and more. If you don’t have it (since it’s a gacha prize), you can also use In the Name of the World or Eyes of the Prey. If you’re free-to-play and don’t have access to any of them, use Void or whatever else works with Nihility. The stats you want to focus on are Crit Rate, Damage, Speed, the percentage of Lightning Damage and the percentage of Attack. We’ll discuss why in a bit.

The next step in our best Kafka build guide in Honkai Star Rail are the Relic Sets. You will probably want to equip the Band of Sizzling Thunder. As a two-piece set, it boosts Lightning Damage by 10%, and as a four-piece, when the wearer uses their skill, it increases their attack by 25% for one turn. The second option is Inert Salsotto, which increases the wearer’s Crit Rate by 8%. Plus, if the Crit Rate hits above 50% the ultimate and follow-up attack damage rises by 15%. It’s a two-piece. Overall, Kafka is a character that excels in dealing damage (especially damage-over-time) and at debuffing enemies while remaining on the offensive. That’s why we’ve suggested the build that we have; it should bring out the best she has to offer. If you have other build ideas, let us know in the comments.

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