Genshin Impact Leaks community gives us new news, yet again, this time with new 5-star weaponry and information on forthcoming characters.
According to rumors, a new 5-star sword called “Mist-Cutting Gleam” will be one of the numerous new weapons coming to Genshin Impact. Furthermore, two forthcoming Genshin Impact characters, Tohma and Sayu, have received even more leaks. Tohma will get a cosmetic makeover. While leakers revealed Sayu’s powers and qualities.
Sayu’s Abilities & Talents – Genshin Impact Leaks
Many new characters will appear in future editions of Genshin Impact. Recently, leakers disclosed some gameplay details regarding Sayu, the anticipated Anemo character.
Sayu’s Elemental Skill
Like numerous other characters, Sayu will have both a tap and a held form of her Elemental Skill. Sayu will coil up into a wheel called “Fuurin,” roll ahead, and kick the enemy after using her talent.
She maintains her Fuurin condition by keeping her Skill. As she progresses, she will become increasingly resistant to interruption. When you press her Skill again, she receives a powerful kick and exits the Fuurin condition.
Sayu can undergo elemental infusion when in the Fuurin state of her held-version Elemental Skill. This can happen just once and for a maximum of 10 seconds.
Sayu’s Elemental Burst
Sayu’s ultimate power gives birth to an “Untoppled Luoluo.” Based on Sayu’s strike, the monster deals Anemo damage to opponents and heals adjacent party members.
The Untoppled Luoluo bases its actions on the health of the party. It will attack if all characters have 70% or greater HP. Otherwise, the character with the lowest HP will be healed. Naturally, if there are no adversaries around, Luoluo will always prioritize healing.
Sayu’s Elemental Burst indicates that she will be a team healer. Her second passive talent reinforces her place in that capacity even further. When Sayu causes a swirl reaction, all party members regain 300 HP, plus 1.2 HP for each of Sayu’s Elemental Mastery points. This can happen just once every two seconds.
Sayu’s Passive Talents
Sayu, like all other characters in Genshin Impact, will have three passive abilities, two of which will be activated upon ascension.
The first passive ability is quite important for exploring. Some animals will not notice when players approach them if Sayu is in the group. This contains crystallizes, which should make gathering the ingredients required for Condensed Resin much simpler.
Sayu’s final passive talent increases the effectiveness of her Elemental Burst. With this ability unlocked, the Untoppled Luoluo will become an even superior healer. When it heals someone, it heals the party members nearby to them for 20% of the amount healed. Furthermore, this ability increases the AoE of the Untoppled Luoluo’s strikes.
Genshin Impact Leaks On New 5-Star Weapons
雾切之回光 (unofficial translation below)— Genshin Intel (@Genshin_Intel) June 7, 2021
– Gain 12-24% of elemental damage bonus.
– Stacks of Mist-Cutting Tomoemon (up to a maximum of 3 stacks) can further increase elemental damage of the same element as the character. pic.twitter.com/R5jzIVOc0k
According to reliable reports, a new 5-star sword, the “Mist-Cutting Gleam” will come to Genshin Impact. According to unofficial translations, this weapon can summon three stacks of “Mist-Cutting Tomoemon.” These stacks boost the elemental damage output of the character.
With this sword, players may use a variety of assaults to build stacks of Mist-Cutting Tomoemon. While doing elemental damage with standard attacks, a stack of five seconds is created, and when employing Burst abilities, a stack of ten seconds is created. A stack is also added when the character’s energy level falls below the maximum.
A bow with a similar concept has also been rumored. Based on the purple coloring of both weapons, they are most likely from the Inazuma weapon line. This bow probably possesses the same ability as Mist-Cutting Gleam, just like the Dragonspine weapons did. Because translations are presently lacking, this is simply guesswork for the time being.
Genshin Impact Leaks On Tohma’s Character Design Changes
Lumie just revealed a leaked character design for an upcoming Inazuma character, Tohma. The prominent fan artist has recently updated Tohma’s design with a few modest tweaks.
Tohma’s face has been redesigned a little— Lumie (@lumie_lumie) June 7, 2021
Left is new
Right is old pic.twitter.com/74VodTdyTa
As the image in the tweet suggests, Genshin Impact reportedly altered Tohma’s chain necklace to resemble dog tags. His accessory over his shoulder is now a different hue, and the shading in his design has changed somewhat.
Even though the modifications are minor, some gamers are dissatisfied with the makeover. Some people have complained that he now looks too much like Childe. These are not always the views of the Genshin Impact community. Tohma will most likely appear in version 1.7 or later, therefore miHoYo has plenty of time to tweak Tohma’s design.
When it comes to Tohma, players know very little. Aside from his character design, gamers are left in the dark about his identity. The community, on the other hand, is fairly certain that he is related to Ayaka.
Rumor has it that Tohma is dating the future playable character Ayaka, who symbolizes Inazuma’s Kamisato House. Based on her voice lines in the first beta, players assume Tohma works for Ayaka. Read more on Ayaka here.
When it comes to summoning characters in Genshin Impact, gamers may surely be fussy. After all, without a large sum of money, gamers may have a difficult time acquiring all of the characters they wish.
Tohma’s persona design impacts whether or not players store enough Primogems to summon him. Many people will begin to make that decision for themselves once their design and gameplay is official.
Genshin Impact leaks allow you to understand what might happen to the game. Daily new leaks circulate the internet, with some even being certified. But, as always, leaks must be taken with a pinch of salt because we cannot predict what will make it to the final version. Anyways, have fun. Happy Gaming!
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