Genshin Impact Dendro Archon Nahida Introduction: Birthday, Ascension Mats, Talents, Story, Voice-Over, and More

Genshin Impact recently revealed lots of new information about the upcoming 5-star character Nahida/Lesser Lord Kusanali.

Genshin Impact v3.2 update is coming in a few days. The update will introduce new archon quest, explorable areas, Scaramouche weekly boss, puzzles, and more. We will also get the character banner for the Dendro Archon Lesser Lord Kusanali, also known as Nahida.

Archon banners in Genshin Impact are a time of celebration because a lot of players eagerly wait for the archons of each region. Nahida is also no different, and with leaks of her elemental skill and burst already being out, players are hyped even more.

Recently Genshin Impact posted the character teaser for Nahida called ‘Character Teaser – “Nahida: Happy Birthday.”‘ Additionally, there was a blog post giving us lots of details about Nahida, including her birthday, ascension mats, talents, story, voiceover, and much more.

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Nahida Introduction:

Basic Info:

  • Gnosis – Dendro
  • Constellation – Sapientia Oromasdis
  • Weapon – Catalyst
  • Affiliation – Sumeru City
  • Birthday – October 27

English VA: Kimberley Anne Campbell

Japanese VA: TAMURA Yukari

Ascension Materials:

  • Nagadus Emerald Sliver
  • Kalpalata Lotus
  • Fungal Spores
  • Quelled Creeper

Talent Level Up Materials:

  • Teachings of Ingenuity
  • Weekly Boss Drop from Scaramouche(not officially revealed yet)
Nahida Ascension Materials
Nahida Ascension Materials Credit: HoYoverse

Talents:

Normal Attack
Performs up to 4 attacks that deal Dendro DMG to opponents in front of her.

Charged Attack
Consumes a certain amount of Stamina to deal AoE Dendro DMG to opponents in front of her after a short casting time.

Elemental Skill: All Schemes to Know

Press

Sends forth karmic bonds of wood and tree from her side, dealing AoE Dendro DMG and marking up to 8 opponents hit with the Seed of Skandha.

When held, this skill will trigger differently.

Hold
Enters Aiming Mode, which will allow you to select a limited number of opponents within a limited area.

During this time, Nahida’s resistance to interruption will be increased. When released, this skill deals Dendro DMG to these opponents and marks them with the Seed of Skandha.

Aiming Mode will last up to 5s and can select a maximum of 8 opponents.

All Schemes to Know: Seed of Skandha

Opponents who have been marked by the Seed of Skandha will be linked to one another up till a certain distance.

After you trigger Elemental Reactions on opponents who are affected by the Seeds of Skandha or when they take DMG from Dendro Cores (including Burgeon and Hyperbloom DMG), Nahida will unleash Tri-Karma Purification on the opponents and all connected opponents, dealing Dendro DMG based on her ATK and Elemental Mastery. You can trigger at most 1 Tri-Karma Purification within a
short period of time.

Elemental Burst: Illusory Heart

Manifests the Court of Dreams and expands the Shrine of Maya.

When the Shrine of Maya field is unleashed, the following effects will be separately unleashed based on the Elemental Types present within the party:

Pyro: While Nahida remains within the Shrine of Maya, the DMG dealt by Tri-Karma Purification from “Al Schemes to Know” is increased.

Electro: While Nahida remains within the Shrine of Maya, the interval between each Tri-Karma Purification from “ALL Schemes to Know” is decreased.

Hydro: The Shrine of Maya’s duration is increased.

If at least 2 party members of the aforementioned Elemental Types are present when the field is deployed, the aforementioned effects will be increased further. Even if Nahida is not on the field, these
bonuses will still take effect so long as party members are within the Shrine of Maya.

Story:

Greater Lord Rukkhadevata created Sumeru’s rainforest and bestowed wisdom upon the people of Sumeru through the Akademiya. Despite her departure long ago, her name is still praised in the stories told in every household in Sumeru.

On the other hand, Lesser Lord Kusanali, who was whisked back by the sages to the Sanctuary of Surasthana following the former’s fall, has been more of a symbol one that signifies that the protection of divinity never ceased to exist on this land. But the answers to who she is, how she descended, and what powers she has, are rarely known.

From the highest sage’s vague response and evasive attitude toward people’s inquiry about Lesser Lord Kusanali, the people in Sumeru deduced that they should no longer expect merciful wisdom to descend from on high as before.

The Akasha, the sublime legacy left by Greater Lord Rukkhadevata, is just as handy and helpful as it has always been. What people are not aware of is that the Akasha today has become the ears and eyes of the newborn deity. Through the Akasha, she has observed every bit of human emotions and attitudes. She is aware of their devotion to the old goddess, their disillusionment with their new deity, and the many comments that “The God of Wisdom will never come back.” She knows in her heart that she must keep learning and grow up as quickly as she can to stand up and face the threats from the most abysmal corners of the world. This is her inevitable duty. Thus, whether she is misunderstood or underappreciated, Nahida makes no argument against it.

Voice Over:

Hello:

Nice to meet you! Hehe, I’ve actually been watching you for a long time already. My name’s Nahida. I might look like a child, but don’t be fooled: I understand this world much better than any grown-up. So… can we trade knowledge? I want to hear all about your travel stories. So, what would you like to know in return?

Interesting Things: A Flower yet to Blossom

Sumeru’s desert looks more desolate than the rainforest, but it’s also home to an ancient civilization, and supports its own stable ecosystem. One day, when it finally stops arguing with the rainforest, I’m sure that flowers will blossom there, the likes of which I’ve never seen before.

Something to Share:

Very often, only once we get hurt badly are we finally forced to face our own laziness, ignorance, recklessness, or arrogance. There’s nothing to regret, though. We have no way of seeing all the possibilities that lie ahead in the future, so we have to rely on clumsy trial and error to gain knowledge. Just think of pain as the tuition you have to pay.

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