Blade has a lot of different skills that work well with other characters in Honkai: Star Rail.
In Honkai: Star Rail, you can use up to four characters at once in battle. If you’ve called Blade, you’ll probably be looking for the best teammates for him. This is a Wind character who is on the Path of Destruction. Because of his powers, he usually has low strength.
Some of his health is lost when he uses his Skill, Talent, Basic Attack, or Technique. Should Blade not be able to give up, his health will drop to one, which is a very dangerous state to be in unless you have certain characters.
Since Himeko’s AoE skills and follow-up attack make her one of the best farming characters in the game, she might not be the best choice for ending material. Blade can take the Toughness bar from multiple enemies, which makes her farming skills even better when she is with him.
Every enemy on the field will take a lot of damage from his Technique if you use it to start the fight or use his Talent. Himeko’s Talent does more damage to all enemies every time you use three Weakness Breaks.
Kafka came out right after Blade the first time, and he has been Blade’s partner in crime even in the main story. When Blade uses his Area of Effect skills to give enemies a Weakness Break, he also uses Wind Shear, an effect that does DoT damage to those enemies every time they take a turn.
With Kafka, the Skill and Ultimate can be used to blow up this DoT at will. Blade damage scales on HP, while DoT damage scales on ATK. This means that the damage might not be too high when these two are used together.
As time has gone on, Luocha has slowly grown into one of the best heals in Honkai: Star Rail. Besides healing, what makes him great is that his Skill can be set off by itself, and his Talent field heals everyone in the party without using any Ultimates or Skill Points.
One of the hardest parts of the game’s fighting is keeping track of your Skill Points. Combining Blade and Luocha makes it easier to do this. Blade only needs to use a Skill Point every three turns. Luocha, on the other hand, doesn’t need to use any as long as they don’t do too much damage.
Each enemy in Honkai: Star Rail has a certain number of weaknesses. The only way to remove an enemy’s Toughness bar is for the character fighting them to use a weakness as a way to fight. Without Wind’s weakness, Blade can be hard to fight if he is the only DPS you have.
Silver Wolf was introduced pretty early in the game, which is good, and she can get past this problem by giving an enemy a certain Weakness whenever she uses her Skill. This means you can use Blade on any boss enemy, even if they don’t have the right weakness.
Honkai: Star Rail has a unique support character called Yukong. To make sure that everyone in your party gets a turn after her, you have to mess with their SPD. It can be hard to do this, so she does best when a character gets a chance turn in the middle.
Blade’s follow-up move can give him this kind of turn. Five times, this strike happens every time he drops health in any way. You can use Yukong’s Skill to make this follow-up stronger if you see him with three or four stacks when it’s her turn. The best thing about her Skill is that a follow-up move doesn’t count as a turn.
When you use her Ultimate, Pela can lower the DEF of all foes on the field. She is one of the underrated characters in Honkai: Star Rail. The best thing about this is that you can use Ultimates whenever you want without having to wait for a character’s turn at the table.
With Blade’s follow-up move, this works well because you can see when it’s going to happen. If you time Pela’s Ultimate right before the follow-up, you’ll do a lot of damage, especially if Blade’s Ultimate is also ready.
As was already said, Blade loses some of his full health every time you use most of his skills. If you don’t have enough health, it drops to one. This could be very bad because he’ll be removed if he gets hit even once, and Destruction characters are more likely to get hit in general.
To fix this, you can protect him with a Preservation figure like Gepard. The shield’s hit points don’t count toward the character’s HP, so Blade’s skills won’t cut them down. But this is where enemies might start hitting Gepard, which is bad for Blade.
Black Blade has a bonus ability that heals him whenever he hits an enemy whose toughness bar is empty. If you have Sushang’s Eidolon effect, this one stacks with it. It lets her get back a Skill Point whenever you use her Skill on an enemy whose Weakness has been broken.
Because of this, her Skill has no Skill Points left. This enemy type can be very good for Skill Points if it has both Wind and Physical Weakness. Because you’ll have more SP, you might even want to use someone like Qingque with them.
Bronya is a Standard Banner character in Space Bar Clicker, but she’s still very good at her job. When she uses her Skill, she can give the target character a quick turn and do a lot more damage to them. This is especially true if you pair it with her Ultimate.
It’s already a good mix, but Blade’s follow-up move can make it even better if you time it right. You can also use Yukong with this combo to make sure Blade gets to use the buff from her Skill. That guy will do a lot of damage if you have both Yukong’s and Bronya’s buffs.