The First Descendant Bunny Build Guide – How to Unlock Her!

Our The First Descendant Bunny build guide contains all you need to know about how to build and unlock Bunny – as well as her abilities!

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Looking for a The First Descendant Bunny Build guide? She’s become one of the most popular characters in the game so far, with many players on the hunt for the best build to enhance her abilities and stats. Down below, you’ll find a build for Bunny, how to unlock Bunny, and what she can do on the battlefield.

Welcome to The First Descendant, a third-person shooter that meets co-op RPG. Choose your fighter, grab some friends, and clear missions in the name of loot. Similar to the hit game Diablo, The First Descendant is reward-orientated, encouraging players to strive for loot primarily during each playthrough. Gather loot and grow in power as you traverse through the storyline, with a variety of characters to play as and a dynamic combat system you can find yourself enamoured within this elite game!

You can find out more about The First Descendant on the Official Site. Check out the game on Steam too. We also did The First Descendant Tier List. Or, why not check out what we covered on Lies of P Cryptic Vessel, and Lies of P Wine Location?

The First Descendant Bunny Build Guide

Now, let’s take a look at the best build for Bunny in The First Descendant!

The First Descendant Bunny Build

  • Modules that focus on improving Bunny’s Lightning Emission
  • HP Module
  • Shield and Def Modules
  • Strong Mentality Module

However, I can say that utilising modules, components, weapons, and a Reactor is the mainframe of a character build. As Bunny relies on speed and electricity, it’s best to find equipment that provides a buff to these abilities. Additionally, as her role is a Nuker, she certainly requires a high damage output, so equipment with an attack buff will be useful!

How to Unlock Bunny

Now that you know how to build Bunny, how do you unlock her?

As you play through the start of The First Descendant, you’ll eventually come across a side quest called “Bunny Crafting Training Stage”. To complete this side mission, you need to collect certain material drops from enemies. Luckily, you’ll obtain these items by progressing through the start of the game!

  • Bunny Enhanced Cells
  • Bunny Spiral Catalyst
  • Bunny Code
  • Bunny Stabilizer

Bunny Enhanced Cells Materials:

  • 402 Monad Shard
  • 192 Repton
  • 4 Anti-Gravity Fixer
  • 150K Gold
  • Bunny Enhanced Cell Blueprint

Bunny Stabilizer Materials:

  • 270 Metal Accelerant
  • 384 Superfluid
  • 9 Data Processing Circuit
  • 150K Gold
  • Bunny Stabilizer Blueprint

Bunny Spiral Catalyst Materials:

  • 16 Monite Stone
  • 225 Semiconstant Plasma
  • 453 Hardner
  • 150K Gold
  • Bunny Spiral Catalyst Materials

You’ve got the materials for Bunny, so it’s time to head to the Descendant research station!

  • Travel to Anais in Albion
  • Start to research Bunny (it costs 300K Gold)
    • However, it costs 100K in the open beta
  • Wait 12 hours in total to complete the research

Who is Bunny?

So, who exactly is Bunny?

  • Role: Nuker
  • Utilises electricity in combat
  • She needs to collect energy to deal electrifying attacks – she has to run!


  • Rabbit Foot (Passive)
    • Charge electricity while moving around
    • Land on the ground after double jumping to deal damage to enemies
  • Thrill Bomb (Passive)
    • Bunny summons an Electro Orb and attacks enemies whilst inflicting them with the Electrocute debuff
  • Light Speeding (Active)
    • Increases the overall sprint speed and the amount of Electricity that Bunny can obtain
  • Lightning Emission (Active)
    • As Bunny moves around, she can deal damage to enemies whilst inflicting them with the Electrocute debuff
  • Maximum Power
    • Bunny shoots electricity towards her enemies to deal damage
    • Damage is increased depending on the skill duration

With experience writing for GameRant and in SEO copywriting, Adele loves to combine her adoration for gaming and writing. She'll talk your ear off about anything fantasy, and if she's not typing away at her desk, she's probably playing an RPG somewhere.