Hyperbloom Elemental Reaction

Hyperbloom Elemental Reaction in Genshin Impact

This page contains information about the Hyperbloom Reaction in Genshin Impact, explaining what Hyperbloom is, how the Elemental Reaction occurs as well as some recommendations for characters which utilise this reaction.

Last updated on Mar 27, 2024 at 15:12 by Shikhu

Hyperbloom Reaction Guide in Genshin Impact

Hyperbloom is an Elemental Reaction caused by applying Electro onto Bloom's Dendro Cores. Once applied, Dendro Cores are transformed into Sprawling Shots which perform a homing attack onto a nearby enemy dealing more powerful AoE Dendro DMG but in a smaller radius.

Dendro Cores triggered by Hyperbloom cannot CRIT, with the exception of Nahida's The Root of All Fullness (C2). Unlike other Bloom reactions, Hyperbloom does not deal damage to your on-field character.


Best Hyperbloom Characters

Listed below are some characters which effectively utilise the Hyperbloom Elemental Reaction. This is not a definitive list and many Electro, Hydro or Dendro characters can be used.

Check out our character build guides for team comp examples!

Character Explanation
Kuki Shinobu Kuki is one of the best supports you can bring for a Hyperbloom team, she has amazing off-field Electro application while also being a healer. This allows her to fit two roles at the exact same time, opening up a final spot for additional Elemental Reactions or buffs.
Xingqiu Xingqiu is a powerful SubDPS who can easily apply Hydro off-field making him great for Bloom reactions so that other characters can use the Dendro Cores for Hyperbloom.
Nahida Nahida has incredibly powerful Dendro application making her great in any Hyperbloom team. Additionally, her unique C2 The Root of All Fullness allowing Hyperbloom explosions to CRIT at a fixed rate helps to massively increase Dendro DMG.
Raiden Shogun Raiden is another great Electro character who you can bring in for Hyperbloom teams. She triggers Hyperbloom reactions much faster than Kuki and has increased personal damage, but is unable to also act as a healer.


  • 27 Mar. 2024: Guide added.
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