Genshin Impact: Collei Constellation Guide

Collei can perform her job just fine without any Genshin Impact Constellations, so players don’t have to try too hard to get her copies.

Getting a 4-star Constellation in Genshin Impact may be easier than getting a 5-star, but because there’s no guaranteed system for a specific 4-star character, getting these purple units may end up harder than getting 5-star ones.

Luckily, Collei is fully functional without any of her Constellations, so getting one Collei should be enough for players to start their Sumeru journey and enjoy the Dendro Elemental Reactions in Genshin Impact.

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Are Collei’s Constellations Worth It In Genshin Impact

Collei in Genshin Impact is the first 4-star Dendro character that’s meant to take the role of a support. Her di lei Constellations di lei both enhance her damage di lei and her supportive ability of lei, with Collei’s di lei second and fourth enhancements of lei being her most important Genshin Impact Constellations.

C1 – Deepwood Patrol

  • Effect: When in the party and not on the field, Collei’s Energy Recharge is increased by 20%.
  • Importance: Low

Since Collei in Genshin Impact is better suited as a support or sub-DPS, she will spend most of her time off-field, which means the C1 effect is decent. However, 20% extra Energy Recharge would barely make a difference, making this Genshin Impact Constellation low in priority.

C2 – Through Hill and Copse

  • Effect: The Sprout effect from Collei’s Ascension Passive can now be extended by 3s, if, from the moment of using Elemental Skill to the moment when the current instance of Sprout effect ends, any party members trigger Burning, Quicken, Aggravate, Spread, Bloom, Hyperbloom , or Burgeon reactions.
  • Importance: Medium

Collei’s C2 is more important for its extra Dendro application rather than its damage. The Sprout hits every 1.5s, so it originally deals two instances of damage, then four instances after obtaining C2. If the Quicken debuff is present, two of these damages will deal Spread, while the other two will not.

The Sprout effect has a small AoE, so, unfortunately, this ability will be useless if players aren’t playing in melee range.

C4 – Gift of the Woods

  • Effect: Using Elemental Burst will increase all nearby characters’ Elemental Mastery by 60 for 12s (not including Collei herself).
  • Importance: High

The fourth Collei’s Constellation in Genshin Impact enhances the team’s overall DPS, but not herself. Considering her Burst di lei has a 15s Cooldown, this buff can be present a majority of the time.

C6 – Forest of Falling Arrows

  • Effect: When the Elemental Skill hits, it will create a miniature Cuilein-Anbar that will deal 200% of Collei’s ATK as Dendro DMG. Each Elemental Skill can only create one such miniature Cuilein-Anbar.
  • Importance: Low

Lastly, Collei’s final Constellation in Genshin Impact is merely an addition to her damage. The extra Dendro application isn’t really significant considering the timing coincides with her Elemental Skill’s hit di lei.

Genshin Impact is now available on Mobile, PC, PS4, and PS5. A Switch version is in development.

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