Genshin’s Scaramouche is the sixth member of the Eleven Fatui Harbingers. His real name is Kunikuzushi, and he also goes by the alias Balladeer. After what feels like an eternal Plane of Euthymia, we’re finally getting a playable version of Scaramouche (now known as Wanderer). So let’s take a look at his release date, skills, and more.
What is Genshin Scaramouche release date?
During the recent Genshin Impact livestream, Hoyoverse announced that Faruzan is coming in the 3.3 update. He’ll be featured on the From Ashes Reborn banner during the first phase of the update, alongside Genshin’s Itto and Genshin’s Faruzan.
Upcoming characters: find out more about the next Genshin Impact banner
What is the best Genshin Scaramouche build?
Scarmouche is a five-star anemo catalyst wielder. We don’t know much about the best Genshin Scaramouch build yet, but we believe he will either play a DPS or sub-DPS role. We’ll update this guide as soon as we have more information.
What are Genshin Scaramouche’s skills?
Wanderer normal attack
|Yuuban Meigen (normal)||Perform up to three attacks using wind blades, dealing anemo damage|
|Yuuban Meigen (charged)||Consume a set amount of stamina to gather a build up of high wind pressure, dealing AoE anemo damage after a short casting time|
|Yuuban Meigan (plunge)||Call upon the power of anemo to plunge towards the ground from mid-air, damaging all opponents in your path. Deal anemo damage upon impact with the ground|
Wanderer elemental skill
|Hanega: Song of the Wind||Concentrate the power of the winds to break free from the shackles of the earth, dealing AoE anemo damage before leaping into the air and entering the Windfavored state. He cannot perform plunging attacks in this state. When he uses normal and charged attacks during the Windfavored state, they are converted into Kuugo: Fushoudan and Kuugo: Toufukai respectively. The damage they deal and their AoE is increased, and their samage is considered normal and charged attack damage respectively. Kuugo: Toufukai does not consume stamina. The Wanderer hovers persistently during this time. While this state is active, hive movements gain the following properties:
– persistently consumes Kuurgoryoku Points to maintain this hovering state
-When sprinting, additional Kuugoryoku Points are consumer for the Wanderer to accelerate mid-air. Holding sprint causes persistent Kuugoryoku Point consumption to maintain speed. This effect replaces his default sprint
-Jumping expends extra Kuugoryoku Points to increase hovering height. Holding jump causes persistent Kuugoryoku Point consumption to keep increasing hovering height
Running our of Kuugoryoku Points end the Windfavoured state. A second cast during the duration of Windfavoured also ends it
Wanderer elemental burst
|Kyougen: Five Ceremonial Plays||Compresses the atmosphere into a singular vacuum that grinds all troubles away, dealing multiple instances of AoE anemo damage. If the character is in the Windfavored state, Windfavored ends after casting|
Wanderer passive skills
|Strum the Swirling Winds||Mora expended when ascending bows and catalysts is decreased by 50%|
|Jade-Claimed Flower||If Hanega: Song of the Wind comes into contact with hydro/pyro/cryo/electro when it’s unleashed, this instance of the Windfavored state obtains buffs according to the contacted element(s):
– Hydro: Kuugoryoku Point cap increases by 20
– Pyro: attack increases by 30%
Cryo: crit rate increases by 20%
Electro: when normal and charged attacks hit an opponent, 0.8 energy is restored. You can restore energy this way once every 0.2 seconds
You can have up to two different kinds of these buffs simultaneously
|Gales of Reverie||When the Wanderer hits opponents with Kuugo: Fushoudan or Kuugo: Toufukai in his Windfavored state, he has a 16% chance to obtain the Descent effect, in which the next time the Wanderer accelerates in mid-air while in this instance of the Windfavored state, this effect is removed, this acceleration instance doesn’t consume any Kuugoryoku Points, and he fires off four wind arrows that deal 35% of his attack as anemo damage each. For each Kuugo: Fushoudan and Kuugo: Toufukai that doesn’t produce this effect, the next attack of those types have a 12% increased chance of producing it. The calculation of the effect production is done once every 0.1 seconds|
And that’s all we have on Genshin Impact’s Scaramouche right now. Go ahead and take a look at our Genshin Impact codes list to find some free primogems.