Is Head Shot Worth Leveling Up? Effect and Usage | Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

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This page explains the effects of Head Shot, an Art in Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (XC1) for the Nintendo Switch. Find out how to use Head Shot, and whether or not this art is worth leveling up!

Head Shot Effect and Basic Info

Head ShotHead Shot
Effect A critical hit, inflicting Instant Death on enemies suffering Daze.
User Sharla
Art Type Physical
Level Learned 42
Color Red
Power (%) 300 ~ 453
Cooldown (Sec.) 120 ~ 33.6

How to Use Head Shot

This Art guarantees a critical hit.

When locked on to an enemy suffering Daze, this art will have a blue exclamation mark right next to it.
Blue Exclamation Mark.jpg
Using this art on that enemy will give it a chance to instantly kill that enemy if it isn't a boss or a unique monster. Use it on tough enemies and to make the most out of Daze.

Is Head Shot Worth Leveling Up?

Art Ranking S Rank Icon

Level up Head Shot right away!

Due to its overall usefulness, we recommend investing points into this Art and setting it as soon as possible. This is an essential Art for Sharla, and is useful in many builds, so be sure to level it up ASAP. If you have extra AP and do not know where to invest it, this Art is a solid option.

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