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Genshin Impact Introduces the Chuunibyou Princess Fischl in its Latest Trailer

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    Genshin Impact Fischl

    A new character for Genshin Impact was recently introduced with Fischl who is a big-time chuunibyou princess.

    Check out Genshin Impact‘s Fischl trailer with English subtitles below:

    Fischl is a mysterious girl who calls herself the “Prinzessin der Verurteilung” and travels with a night raven named Oz. She currently serves as an investigator of the Adventurers’ Guild. Fischl has become a rising star among the ranks of the Adventurer’s Guild thanks to her unique abilities and eccentric personality. Her hard work also played a role in earning the recognition of all, though she would never admit it herself.

    Genshin Impact Fischl

    Here’s more on Fischl from the Genshin Impact forums by miHoYo:

    Fischl, Prinzessin der Verurteilung of the outer realm Immernachtreich, and her kin, the night-bringing raven. Answering the call of destiny, we have descended upon Teyvat.

    Fischl introduces herself to every member of the Adventurers’ Guild in this way.

    Due to her shared vision with the raven Oz, Fischl was able to join the Adventurers’ Guild and become an investigator with ease.

    Initially, it gave members of the Guild great difficulty to comprehend what Fischl was saying. But thanks to her tireless toil, and Oz’s industrious interpretation, everyone was finally able to understand her.

    Though eccentric in word and deed, this investigator’s reconnaissance is swift and her intelligence accurate, traits that allowed her to gradually win everyone’s trust.

    It helps that Fischl is also a very kind person.

    “Oz, my familiar… spread your wings that eclipse the sun, and keep watch over the one to whom ill fate clings like a shroud.”

    “Yes, mein Fräulein.”

    Today, Fischl shall also show concern for the masses of the Adventurers’ Guild in her own manner.

    Genshin Impact will release for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, and Android in 2020.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.




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