Genshin Impact Additional Reaction Damage (Flat) Stats
This post contents tables of Data for [Additional Damage] Reaction damage from Lv1 to Lv90.
Following the previous post, [Additional Damage] Reaction damage for each level will be introduced. [Additional Damage] Reaction damages do not affected by Character’s attack, elemental damage increase, critical damage and etc. Only Character’s Level, Elemental Mastery, target’s Elemental RES and artifacts that increase certain Elemental Reaction damage.
According to Mobs Elemental RES data concluded, the targets which are used in this test have 10% Elemental RES on each element.
Hence, we can calculate the damage for 0% Elemental RES target (Base damage for [Additional Damage] Reaction.
- Normal Hilichurl, Ruin Guard (Swirl, Electro-charge, Superconduct, Overload)
- Hydro Slime (Shatter)
Note: Damage does not change when they are at the same level (before and after ascension).
Extra: Just for my curiosity, from the data, a small trend has been observed when the difference in increasing damage on each level is compared.
The trend is, after Lv55, there are constant spikes on every 10 adventure rank, e.g. Lv55, Lv65, Lv75 and Lv85.
From the data above, we can plot a graph as below:
We can conclude the ratio for each Elemental Reaction:
Since Electro-charge is single-target damage, and its special characteristic: Electro-charge has potential to discharge once more upon triggering the Elemental Reaction. Resulting in potentially able to deal 4.8 (2.4×2) single target damage. Thus, highest single target damage in [Additional Damage] Reaction type.
Compare Data from Another Calculation
Below is data for damage dealt by Character lv1 to lv40 with 176 Elemental Mastery (74.5% additional damage for [Additional Damage] Reaction type) and compared with data collected above.
Plotting the graph on the damage difference between reverse calculation from 176 to 0 Elemental Mastery and normal testing with 0 Elemental Mastery in the beginning, we can see the difference are within acceptable range (less than 1) with only one outlier. Compared my calculation result with the original post, the values are the same. So my suspicion would be either data input was wrong on their side (since I only take the data directly from the post) or the value is indeed correct from mihoyo side. (Test can be done if available)