Genshin Impact: Yae Miko explained

Like many The Genshin effect character, Yae Miko is rumored to join the list of playable characters. Visitors will meet her during their missions in Inazuma, and ever since she was introduced, fans have long been waiting for news of her banner’s release. Fans were very disappointed when The Genshin effect 2.4 banners were announced, bringing Shenhe and Yun Jin but missed out on the Electro character, but miHoYo has finally confirmed that she’s joining as a playable character via the official Twitter account and she’s been heavily rumored about the update. update version 2.5.


Based on current The Genshin effect timeline, version 2.5 will be out mid-February and most of the rumors are corroborated by Genshin The insiders have been accurate so far, so it’s a solid lead, and miHoYo’s Yae Miko confirmation timing and previous (official) character timing corroborate this. However, at the time of writing, it appears that beta testing for Yae Miko has only recently begun, although more information has surfaced online.

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Official information about Yae Miko

Genshin Impact Characters Yae Miko and Aether

Five-star character Yae Miko appeared in The Genshin effect through the Inazuma storyline. As the owner of Yae Publishing House and custodian of the Grand Narukami Shrine, Lady Yae is a powerful person in the Teyvat world. The red and white on her robes are related to her kitsune lineage and fox form, possibly hinting at a possible relationship with Adeptus, similar to Ganyu, whom she is acquainted with. She is also an old friend of Morax and Baal, and it is assumed that Yae Miko is over 500 years old. On the other hand, she’s as mysterious as fearsome, although she plays an important role in the main Archon storyline in Inazuma as the servant of the Raiden Shogun.

Yae Miko Leak


Unfortunately, there is no official information about the kit and Yae Miko’s abilities have yet to be revealed, although several leaks have provided minimal information. As told by several insiders, Yae Miko is said to be a catalyst user, and Yae Miko’s official artwork clearly shows her Electro vision.

An old person The Genshin effect leak claims that Yae Miko will have a cloning ability called Divine Kitsune’s Blessing, which gives all members near the clone a 20% energy reload bonus and a 15% e-damage bonus. According to the leak, Yae Miko can also switch the location of an existing clone every 20 seconds, increasing the duration of all clones by 10 seconds. Additionally, Yae Miko’s passive is said to increase each party member’s elemental skill level by 1.

More recent leaks have been revealed possible constellations for vision Electro Yae Miko, which includes restoring 7 mana each time Heavenly Fox activates Lethal Sakura Thunderbolt at C1 and ignoring 45 enemy defenses when creating Lethal Sakura, as well as upgrading the skill’s initial level to two and level its maximum up to four.

It is also said that Yae Miko is said to be one of the strongest DPS characters in the game, on par with Hu Tao, Xiao and Ganyu, which will make sense for the head of the Grand Narukami Shrine. She can also have a tail when using her elemental explosion, further hinting at her possible Adepti nature.

As said before, The Genshin effect Leakage, especially those endorsed by multiple insiders, are often obvious, so anyone interested in pulling Yae Miko when her banner is likely to appear in version 2.5 should keep an eye out. More leaks from reliable sources.

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