While the Traveler is building furniture with Hilichurls in preparation for the upcoming Serenitea Pot system in Genshin Impact, Yanfei is busy helping people in need with legal advice. She will appear in Zhongli’s re-run banner, Gentry of Hermitage, which is due to appear on April 28, 2021.
Her character demo, “Yanfei: Legal Expertise,” emphasizes Yanfei’s views on how knowing and complying with Liyue’s laws can solve life’s problems. Her thinking isn’t exactly black and white, though. According to her, the law can be both a hindrance and a help. Such as Ganyu, who became playable in Genshin Impact in January 2021, Yanfei is running the blood of an enlightened beast through her veins.
Like Klee, Yanfei is a Pyro Catalyst user, but in a more traditional sense. Where Klee’s animations have to do with throwing bombs at enemies, Yanfei shoots fireballs. She is more comparable to Ningguang in terms of playing style. Every hit on an enemy gives Yanfei one stack (Scarlet Seal) and if she has three, she can use an AoE Pyro attack.
In addition to a sample video, miHoYo uploaded information about Yanfei’s character and personality to Twitter.
Travelers (^ o ^) / ~
Today, let’s meet Liyue’s chief legal counsel – Yanfei!
– Paimon (@GenshinImpact) April 22, 2021
Lizzie Freeman sings Yanfei in English and Yumiri Hanamori sings her in Japanese. Freeman voiced Trish Una in JoJo’s bizarre adventure, Delia in Ascendance of a Bookworm, and Mujika in Neverland promised. She also appeared in Genshin Impact previously as Teucer. Other roles Hanamori is known for include Captain Nemo in Fate / Grand Order, Doumeki in Stay away from Eizouken!, and Mercedes in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Genshin Impact is available on mobile devices, Windows PC and the PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 5 version will also be released on April 28, 2021.
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