Trying to build a summoner and I've been looking all over for whether leveling my pyro/hydro/geo/aero skill levels will improve the corresponding elemental type of my incarnate. Best I found was this paragraph from this thread
"What I meant by the incarnate's skill in a school is tjis: Every incarnate gains your current skill level in all elements. So if you have 5 pyro, a pyro incarnate will have 5. BUT all infused incarnates have a bonus to their specific school as well. So that fire incarnate would have your 5 skill points + 3 for a total of 8.You can go a hydro pyro focus if you want, it wont bring your abilities down, I just preferred geo/aero myself. Aero is harder to pull off as far as summoning wise, but its utility, and its singular ability to remove ANY AND ALL surfaces is insane. Don't ignore it."
But it's dated 2017.
Is there any reason related to my summoned incarnate, or any other summon
to level up non-summoning skills? If there is scaling, is the scaling affected by whether I summon my incarnate from a surface or infuse it?