Name: Eula Lawrence
Birthday: 25 October
Constellation: Aphros Delos
Titles: Dance of the Shimmering Wave, Spindrift Knight, Captain of the Knights of Favonius Reconnaissance Company
Eula’s Build: Genshin Impact’s DPS God
Eula has excellent physical DPS thanks to her ability to spread Cryo like wildfire, making it a breeze to use the Superconduct debuff on enemies. Moreover, since she’s the only 5-star hypercarry that uses physical DMG, she can deal a lot of damage using her elemental burst
Here are some weapons that we recommend you use for Eula:
- Song of Broken Pines – This sword increases Eula’s attack by 16%. When the Normal and Charged attacks hit opponents, Eula will gain a Sigil of Whispers—you can trigger this effect every 0.3s. Once you have four Sigils, you can consume them to trigger the “Millenial Movement: Banner Hymn” effect for you and nearby party members.
- The Unforged – When the Unforged hits an opponent, Eula’s attack will increase by 4% for 8 seconds—this occurs once every 0.3s. The sword also increases Eula’s Shield Strength by 20%. If Eula uses a shield, the ATK increase effect increases to 100%.
- Skyward Pride – Skyward Pride increases all damage dealt by 8%. It creates a vacuum blade that does 80% of ATK as DMG after using a Normal, Charge, or Elemental Burst attack.
Here are the artifacts that are perfect for Eula; you can pick between one of them, depending on what you currently have in your inventory:
- Pale Flame (4-piece set)
- Pale Flame (2-piece set) + Bloodstained Chivalry (2-piece set)
- Pale Flame (2-piece set) + Gladiator’s Finale (2-piece set)
Genshin Impact Eula Lore (Backstory)
Three prominent families once held importance in Mondstadt. Well, two of them are still important. One is the Ragnvindr family, which owns the Dawn Winery. The other is the Gunnhildr clan, leading the Knights of Favonius.
The third is the Lawrence family, fallen nobles who once ruled Mondstadt. After the events that removed the aristocracy’s power, the Lawrences took it as a slight to their family name. Since then, they’ve been obsessed with reclaiming their past glory and ruling Mond once more.
Of course, that doesn’t sit well with the rest of the citizens. That left the family as stuck-up, snobby people who can’t let go of the past. Everybody hates them for what they’ve done, and the family never adapted to the changes Mond experienced over time. Except for one, that is.
Eula is the black sheep of the Lawrence family. Though the rest of her kin despise the Knights (though differently than Diluc does), she went and joined the organization. It’s her way of reclaiming the prestige of their family name, even if the rest don’t understand.
Though she speaks of claiming vengeance for the smallest of slights, it’s how she communicates to others. Past the icy demeanor and claims of vengeance, she’s a reliable knight and a kind person.
Jean wouldn’t trust an unreliable person after all. Just the fact that Eula made it to captain rank in just a few years speaks of her ability and reliability. She did all that despite the hate and hostility directed at her.
Ever so slowly, the citizens of Mond start to see past her bluster about vengeance and her family name. Being friends with Amber helped, but her talent and achievements mostly revealed the most. Though she’s still misunderstood by most people (including her own family), it doesn’t deter her from her chosen path.
One thing you wouldn’t expect from her is to be a good cook. Because of their fallen status, Eula’s education spanned all matters of housework. The reason was that “they can’t trust servants to reach the quality of service a Lawrence needs” or something like that. At any rate, this translated to Eula’s skill in the kitchen.
Consequently, her company has the best rations out of all branches of the Knights. Sure, the company cook substituted some ingredients for a less perishable one, but the result was still tasty. The knights under her command wonder how tasty the original could be if the ‘lesser’ version were already so good. Unfortunately, only those she grudgingly(?) accepts will have the honor to taste one of her dishes.
Her swordsmanship has a rhythm and looks more graceful because of her love of dancing. It was the only break Eula had from the endless tutors and education that made up her childhood. She never practices it anymore, but it shows through her movements when fighting.