The Genshin Impact Traveler – Aether or Lumine – is able to switch between Anemo and Geo talents and constellations at will, by interacting with a Statue of the Seven in Mondstadt or Liyue, respectively. When they resonate with one of these statues, their element becomes aligned with the element of the statue’s corresponding region.
The forthcoming Genshin Impact 2.0 update takes us across the sea to Inazuma, a new region inspired by Japan. Inazuma means lightning in Japanese, so it comes as no surprise that the nation worships Baal, the Electro Archon – and the Statues of the Seven in Inazuma will, presumably, imbue the Traveler with Electro powers.
Thanks to datamined information, we have a good idea of what skills our Traveler will receive from Inazuma. It remains to be seen where the Electro Traveler will land on our Genshin Impact tier list, but our first impressions are very favourable. Their abilities seem to boost energy regeneration, so we expect them to provide great support to characters like Eula.