The new region of Inazuma in Genshin Impact is filled with enemies — much like any other place in the world of Teyvat — but these enemies will have more base HP than the ones found in Liyue and Mondstadt.
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This particular hypostasis has two forms: Ignited and Extinguished. In the Ignited state the Pyro Hypostasis continually regenerates HP, and its core is not exposed. You'll need to extinguish it in order to do damage — but it will attempt to re-ignite by creating a Fire Seed.
Perpetual Mechanical Array
You'll find this enemy located on Narukami Island, it is similar to the Hypostasis, but far more aggressive — able to adapt to its environment and use and use a multitude of attacks.
The Nobushi are disgraced wandering samurai found in Inazuma. You'll encounter several different types:
- Hitsukeban — Uses a sword and saltpetre powder attacks.
- Jintouban — Adept swordsmen, they deal melee damage.
- Kikouban — They are cunning and use a crossbow to catch you off-guard.
There are two types of Kairagi: Dancing Thunder and Fiery Might.
- Dancing Thunder: Uses lightning instead to light their blades
- Fiery Might: Uses paper seals created with the ancient art of the Kannagara School to ignite their swords.
Fatui Mirror Maiden
The Fatui Mirror Maiden uses a Hydro Mirror to fight — surrounding players with a barrage of attacks.
The Hilichurls in the Inazuma region are noted for their command of the Electro element.
After Travelers have been requesting it for months, Gardening is a new feature available in Genshin Impact. Learn how it works in the following article.