I'm part owner and roaster at a little coffee company in Wisconsin. Author of Typica, a popular free program used to capture and work with coffee roasting production records that's used at roasting companies all over the world. Volunteer on the Roasters Guild education committee. Available for paid coffee consulting, training, open source software development. Living with a cat who broke into my house and decided to stay. Likes: cute, travel, food. Dislikes: blinking lights.
This version of Pyro Qiqi is now obsolete. She's now capable of dealing over 300K. This is far enough over what I've seen anybody else do that I'm more confident in thinking I might have the world record for highest damage hit with Qiqi, but if anybody can point me at an example of a more powerful Qiqi I'd love to see that.
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I think I might have the highest publicly shared damage from Qiqi. This is from a no food practice run last night after I changed up my combo, making it both more effective and more difficult to execute consistently. Tonight I'll be getting her to out-damage my Hu Tao. #GenshinImpact
The answer is yes. I did a no food test run last night of a modified combo that brought damage over 191K and further improved her build this morning. I can do a little more after work and then I'll do a proper run where I should have no problem dealing well in excess of 200K with this character people say is "just a healer". (I made a poll in a post showcasing her doing over 189K and already most respondents say that's more than their proper damage dealers hit for)
Will I be able to refine my Qiqi build enough to get her to deal >200K damage? https://www.hoyolab.com/genshin/article/286527
I set a new personal best for single target damage with Qiqi in #GenshinImpact
I found what I want to do with the coffee with a cup that's just a tiny bit lighter than one of the cups from the first attempt. If this holds into a production test roast, the coffee is sugary sweet (as in, if you get a cup of the black coffee you could be forgiven for thinking that someone stirred a packet of sugar into the cup), nicely balanced, greater intensity than cups in the first attempt.
Continuing to work on a new coffee. The first batch was my usual do whatever, pull a dozen cups out at different roast levels, and taste how the coffee performs as it progresses through the roast. In that I identified a range of four cups in the middle where I thought the coffee was at its best, but it seemed like I could do better so for the second batch I changed the timing on the roast and pulled 10 cups that covered the range of 4 from the first batch.
Someone called my #GenshinImpact character tier list "objective truth".
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