Destruction characters in Honkai: Star Rail typically have a kit that revolves around HP or damage-taking, but some units simply have abilities that either hit a single target or in an AoE. For instance, Physical Trailblazers can switch their Ultimate between single-target or multi-target, and Hook can alter her Skill so that she hits in an AoE instead of one enemy only. Similarly, Misha has a single-target Skill, while his Ultimate will hit random targets multiple times.
When creating Misha build in Honkai: Star Rail, players need to consider what kind of DPS they want Misha to be, and the teammates he’ll have in his team. Both of these will change the way you build Misha in HSR.
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Black Swan is an excellent debuffer in Honkai: Star Rail, befitting of her role as someone from the path of Nihility.
Best Misha Build In Honkai: Star Rail
Best Misha Relics In Honkai: Star Rail
Misha’s best Relics in Honkai: Star Rail mostly depend on how players wish to build him and the team comp he’ll be included in. Generally, 4pc Hunter of Glacial Forest is a universal set for Ice characters in Honkai: Star Rail; it grants Ice DMG Boost along with Crit DMG addition when the wielder uses Ultimate. Those who don’t own a four-piece set can opt for a mix with 2pc Musketeer of Wild Wheat or 2pc Prisoner in Deep Confinement, both granting ATK +12%.
Misha can also use niche sets, such as 4pc Thief of Shooting Meteor for a Break Effect build, 4pc Pioneer Diver of Dead Waters if the team consists of sufficient debuffers, while 4pc Prisoner in Deep Confinement is viable in teams that apply enough DoT.
Best Misha Light Cones In Honkai: Star Rail
Due to the lack of HP or damage-taking mechanism, Misha won’t be able to fully utilize some Destruction Light Cones in Honkai: Star Rail.
S5 On the Fall of an Aeon is the most accessible 5-star Light Cone for Misha. It grants an ATK buff, and upon breaking Weakness, he’ll also get an extra DMG boost. Fortunately, breaking Weakness isn’t hard for him if you can maximize the hit stack of his Ultimate.
I Shall Be My Own Sword, The Unreachable Side, and Something Irreplaceable all revolve around HP-loss or getting hit, which means Misha won’t be able to use it easily. However, since the passive can still trigger if he gets hit, the weapons are still viable. Additionally, as a premium 5-star equipment, these Light Cones have better stats than their 4-star counterparts, so they work well as a stat-stick.
Meanwhile, on the purple side, you can use Indelible Promise for a Break Effect Misha, and The Moles Welcome You, Nowhere to Run, or A Secret Vow for a vanilla DPS. The Moles Welcome You grant ATK when you hit enemies with all of Misha’s abilities, namely Basic Attack, Skill, and Ultimate. Nowhere To Run has a niche healing passive, but it does come with a high Base ATK and an unconditional 24% ATK boost at S1. Finally, Misha won’t get to fully benefit from A Secret Vow, but the 20% default DMG boost is still decent to have, especially if players have the Light Cone at a higher Superimposition.