Genshin Impact Arataki Itto: Talents, Constellations and Passives

Abhimannu Das
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Arataki Itto - Genshin Impact


Arataki Itto is a premium Geo DPS unit in Genshin Impact that works well in mono-Geo teams.
He requires premium supports like Zhongli and Albedo to reach his maximum potential.
Gorou is also a must-have 4-star unit for Defence and Geo DMG buffs in Itto’s teams.

Arataki Itto is an on-field Geo DPS in Genshin Impact. He was released with Gorou, a 4-star character who was designed specifically to work with him and other Geo DPS units. If you are planning on pulling for Itto we recommend getting at least one copy of Gorou as well, otherwise your team damage will feel underwhelming. Zhongli and Albedo are also premium supports that can bolster Itto’s already solid damage. Here is everything you need to know about Arataki Itto’s Talents, Constellations and Passives in Genshin Impact.

Genshin Impact Arataki Itto: Should You Pull? 

If you want to play a Geo team and have access to premium supports like Zhongli and Albedo, Itto is a great character to have. Geo does not have any reactions outside of Crystallize and that narrows down how much variety you can get from the element in terms of team-building. If you do not have the premium supports that he needs, Itto might not be worth it to invest your Primogems. 

Genshin Impact Arataki Itto: Talents

Normal Attack: Fight Club Legend: Performs up to 4 consecutive strikes. When the 2nd and 4th strikes hit opponents, Itto will gain 1 and 2 stacks of Superlative Superstrength, respectively.

  • Max 5 stacks. Triggering this effect will refresh the current duration of any existing stacks.

  • Additionally, Itto's Normal Attack combo does not immediately reset after sprinting or using his Elemental Skill, "Masatsu Zetsugi: Akaushi Burst!"

Charged Attack: When holding to perform a Charged Attack, Itto unleashes a series of Arataki Kesagiri slashes without consuming Stamina. Instead, each Arataki Kesagiri slash consumes 1 stack of Superlative Superstrength. When the final stack is consumed, Itto delivers a powerful final slash.

If no stacks of Superlative Superstrength are available, Itto will perform a single Saichimonji Slash.

Plunging Attack: Plunges from mid-air to strike the ground, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE DMG upon impact.

Elemental Skill - Masatsu Zetsugi: Akaushi Burst!: Hurls Ushi, the young akaushi bull and auxiliary member of the Arataki Gang, dealing Geo DMG to opponents on hit. When Ushi hits opponents, Arataki Itto gains 1 stack of Superlative Superstrength.

  • Ushi will remain on the field and provide support in the following ways:

  • Taunts surrounding opponents and draws their attacks.

  • Inherits HP based on a percentage of Arataki Itto's Max HP.

  • When Ushi takes DMG, Arataki Itto gains 1 stack of Superlative Superstrength. Only 1 stack can be gained in this way every 2s.

  • Ushi will flee when its HP reaches 0 or its duration ends. It will grant Arataki Itto 1 stack of Superlative Superstrength when it leaves.


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Ushi is considered a Geo construct. Arataki Itto can only deploy 1 Ushi on the field at any one time.

  • 10-second cooldown

Elemental Burst - Royal Descent: Behold, Itto the Evil!: Time to show 'em the might of the Arataki Gang! For a time, Itto lets out his inner Raging Oni King, wielding his Oni King's Kanabou in battle.

This state has the following special properties:

  • Converts Itto's Normal, Charged, and Plunging Attacks to Geo DMG. This cannot be overridden.

  • Increases Itto's Normal Attack SPD. Also increases his ATK based on his DEF.

  • On hit, the 1st and 3rd strikes of his attack combo will each grant Arataki Itto 1 stack of Superlative Superstrength.

  • Decreases Itto's Elemental and Physical RES by 20%.

  • Cooldown: 18 seconds

  • Duration: 11 seconds

  • Energy Cost: 70

The Raging Oni King state will be cleared when Itto leaves the field.

Genshin Impact Arataki Itto: Constellations

C1 - Stay a While and Listen Up!: After using Royal Descent: Behold, Itto the Evil!, Arataki Itto gains 2 stacks of Superlative Superstrength. After 1s, Itto will gain 1 stack of Superlative Superstrength every 0.5s for 1.5s.

C2 - Gather ‘Round, It’s a Brawl!: After using Royal Descent: Behold, Itto the Evil!, each party member whose Element is Geo will decrease that skill's CD by 1.5s and restore 6 Energy to Arataki Itto. CD can be decreased by up to 4.5s in this manner. Max 18 Energy can be restored in this manner.

C3 - Horns Lowered, Coming Through: Increases the Level of Masatsu Zetsugi: Akaushi Burst! by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15.

C4 - Jailhouse Bread and Butter: When the Raging Oni King state caused by Royal Descent: Behold, Itto the Evil! ends, all nearby party members gain 20% DEF and 20% ATK for 10s.

C5 - 10 Years of Hanamizaka Fame: Increases the Level of Royal Descent: Behold, Itto the Evil! by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15.

C6 - Arataki Itto, Present!: Arataki Itto's Charged Attacks deal +70% Crit DMG. Additionally, when he uses Arataki Kesagiri, he has a 50% chance to not consume stacks of Superlative Superstrength.

Genshin Impact Arataki Itto: Passives

Arataki Ichiban: When Arataki Itto uses consecutive Arataki Kesagiri, he obtains the following effects:

  • Each slash increases the ATK SPD of the next slash by 10%. Max ATK SPD increase is 30%.

  • Increases his resistance to interruption.

These effects will be cleared once he stops performing consecutive slashes.

Bloodline of the Crimson Oni: Arataki Kesagiri DMG is increased by 35% of Arataki Itto's DEF.

Woodchuck Chucked: When a party member uses attacks to obtain wood from a tree, they have a 25% chance to get an additional log of wood.

For more Genshin Impact content you can check out our character breakdowns for Baizhu and Kaveh, who are set to appear in the next patch. You can also check out our “Should you pull” guides for Ayaka and Shenhe.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.