Genshin Impact Idea Turns Raiden and Yae Miko Into Jean and Lisa

A Genshin Impact fan-made idea combines the Electro Archon Raiden Shogun and her companion Yae Miko with Mondstadt’s Jean and Lisa.

An interesting Genshin Impact fan workmanship has turned well-known Inazuma characters Raiden Shogun and Yae Miko, into Mondstadt’s Jean and Lisa. Jean is known as the Acting Grandmaster of the Knights of Favonious and she is one of the first characters players experience in their excursion through the City of Opportunity.

She was given this job by the genuine Grandmaster Varka who is at present on a significant endeavor, and he is yet to show up in the game. Inspired by the game’s novel person and world design, Genshin Impact fans often attempt to make their own specialty concepts by joining various units from the playable roster.

Despite being officially released a while back, Raiden Shogun keeps breaking sales records which was demonstrated by her most late re-run in update 3.3 in which she and Ayato figured out how to overwhelm Nahida and Yoimiya on the unequaled income list. Besides having one of the most outstanding stories in the game, the Electro Archon is also an exceptionally strong person that can fit almost every job inside a group composition.

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Yae Miko, who is depicted as the famous Mondstadt curator Lisa in this idea, is also an S-level person with a one-of-a-kind pack. She is by many considered the best off-field DPS character thanks to her Electro totems that can bargain harm regardless of whether she’s removed from the field. Some fans guarantee that Yae and Lisa have similar personalities which makes them the ideal decision for this sort of fan workmanship.

Despite the fact that both Jean and Lisa were considered S or A-level picks at the hour of their release, they were slowly been pushed out of the meta with the strongest and more complicated characters. Some fans would like HoYoverse to give Jean an improvement that would make the Anemo user deserving of her five-star extraordinariness.

Genshin Impact is accessible now for PC, PS4, PS5, and cell phones. A Switch version is being developed.

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