Genshin Impact player combines Yelan and Lynette for infinite sprinting
In Genshin Impact, the Hydro user Yelan and the Anemo character Lynette can be combined to enable a sprinting movement without consuming the regular ...
In Genshin Impact, the Hydro user Yelan and the Anemo character Lynette can be combined to enable a sprinting movement without consuming the regular stamina, thanks to their elemental abilities. As a result, they gain a bonus to their movement speed. Thank you very much for that.
Thanks to Yelan's Enduring Lifeline, she can achieve a special state of swift movement, marked enemies, and increased resistance to interruptions, culminating in an AoE Hydro explosion.
Lynette's elemental ability, Mysterious Outage, also grants a high-speed state called Plundering Shadow, which allows players to control their movement and mark enemies. By reactivating the ability, this state can be prematurely terminated.
A player of Genshin Impact shares an intriguing video on how to utilize the Hydro user Yelan and the Anemo character Lynette to swiftly traverse the game world. Sprinting is a rather straightforward mechanic in the game, allowing characters to utilize their stamina points to move at a rapid pace.
Once their stamina bar is depleted, players of Genshin Impact must wait for it to recharge before they can use it again. While this mechanism is similar for the majority of characters, some playable units possess unique attributes in their kit that allow them to operate independently of their regular stamina.
A Reddit user named Mukimpo_baka has shared an intriguing video showcasing how players can combine the Hydro user Yelan and the recently added Lynette in Genshin Impact to create a unique gameplay experience within the game world. The elemental abilities of both characters grant them a movement speed bonus, allowing them to sprint without depleting their regular stamina. Yelan's Enduring Lifeline puts her in a special state that enables swift movement and marks enemies along her path. Upon the conclusion of her sprint, Yelan triggers an AoE Hydro explosion that inflicts damage to all marked targets based on the bow user's maximum HP. Additionally, Yelan's resistance to interruptions is significantly heightened during this state, ensuring that her sprint is not prematurely interrupted by enemy attacks.
By holding down Lynette's elemental ability, Mysterious Outage, the character enters a high-speed state known as Plundering Shadow, which also marks nearby enemies. Similar to Yelan's ability, players can control Lynette's movement during this state and prematurely end it by reactivating the ability.
Overall, fans seem to enjoy this interaction, as the post on the game's main subreddit has received over 1.2k upvotes. Many comments suggest that players can also add the Anemo claymore character Sayu to make traveling even more interesting. However, players who want to add Yelan or Lynette to their roster will have to wait a few months, as both were introduced in the previous limited character banner along with Lynette's brother, Lyney, and two additional four-star units.
However, players will likely continue to interact with Lynette in the main storyline of Fontaine, where she has played an important role thus far. In terms of her combat abilities, this 4-star Anemo sword user is best suited for a support role, as she can weaken enemies' resistances and increase the damage potential of her team.
Genshin Impact is now available for mobile devices, PC, PS4, and PS5. A version for the Nintendo Switch is currently in development.