Genshin Impact Legend Of The Vagabond Sword Event Guide Rewards Flairs Modifiers Difficulty Primo Geovishap

As has been the case with each Genshin Impact update, a major/premier event is usually followed by smaller, bite-sized ones. We see this once more with the Legend of the Vagabond Sword event (which requires you to reach Adventure Rank 20 first). This activity entails fighting specific bosses in a domain, all while selecting flairs (modifiers) that can hinder your progress. Here’s our Genshin Impact guide to help you with the Legend of the Vagabond Sword event, the Primo Geovishap boss, and the flairs or modifiers that are active.

Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub and version 1.6 overview.

 

Genshin Impact: Legend of the Vagabond Sword event guide

Genshin Impact‘s Legend of the Vagabond Sword event has seven challenges or boss encounters in total. A new one will go live every day, so you can expect all challenges to be available after a week has passed. As for the entire event itself, it’ll run from today until July 8.

Our Legend of the Vagabond Sword guide series will discuss each of these encounters, as well as the active flairs that you can select. Think of the feature as similar to what you’ve seen in past activities such as the Hypostatic Symphony and Energy Amplifier Initiation/Twisted Realm. In any case, you can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

Note: The encounters take place in a separate domain. You’re allowed to eat food and gain food/potion buffs. Likewise, you can enter the domain to revive, heal, and charge the bursts of your characters.

Genshin Impact Legend Of The Vagabond Sword Event Guide Rewards Flairs Modifiers Difficulty Primo Geovishap 1

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