There is a stark difference between the Genshin Impact leaks that discuss Ayaka and those that discuss Yoimiya. For starters, Yoimiya doesn’t even have a model revealed; she’s simply just some data that has been datamined from Genshin Impact leakers. For comparison’s sake, info on Yoimiya is a lot more limited compared to info on Ayaka.
While Yoimiya comes from a more modern leak, Ayaka has been leaked a long time ago, right around the time when Genshin Impact was in closed beta. Given how long ago that was, a lot of things could be changed for her when she is finally released (such as the numbers on her kit).
With that in mind, this article will cover the non-technical aspects of these characters in Genshin Impact.
Ayaka and Yoimiya in Genshin Impact
This works superbly with her last passive, Amatsumi Kunitsumi Ihahigoto. If an enemy has 30% or less HP, then Ayaka will mark them. This will eventually allow her to immediately attack them, dealing Cryo DMG as a Charged Attack equal to 300% of her current ATK.
Ayaka’s Elemental Burst is Kamisato Art – Soumetsu, which is an impressive move that creates a bladestorm after she does a few slashes. These bladestorms continue to deal Cryo DMG, which goes nicely with one of her constellations that create more bladestorms.
For a more in-depth look into Ayaka’s skillset, including her constellations, check this link out.
As shown above, Yoimiya does not have a visible model for the public to see right now. However, she is described as a somewhat revealing shrine maiden in other leaks. Of course, one leaker’s opinion on what is considered “revealing” isn’t too helpful for most Genshin Impact players.
Still, Yoimiya is known to be a five-star bow wielder capable of using the Pyro vision. She will likely outclass Amber, as she is capable of lighting her arrows on fire with moves known as “AimShoot_BombArrow” and “Arrow_Bomb.”
Any skillset about the new hero hasn’t been properly leaked as of yet, much to the dismay of Genshin Impact fans. Much like Ayaka, there is no concrete evidence to suggest when she will be released.