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"My Way" is a special food item that the player has a chance to obtain by cooking Crab Roe Tofu with Yanfei. The recipe for Crab Roe Tofu is obtainable from Wanmin Restaurant for 2,250 Mora.

"My Way" revives and restores 15% of Max HP, then restores an additional 550 HP to the target fallen character with a 120-second cooldown. Like most foods, this can not target other players' characters in Co-Op Mode.

Recipe

  • Item Crab Roe.png 1 Crab Roe
  • Item Tofu.png 1 Tofu
  • Creates "My Way" "My Way" ×1

    Trivia

    • The following birthday mails included "My Way":
    • To celebrate Yanfei's birthday, the Teyvat Food Notes released a real-life recipe for Crab Roe Tofu and "My Way."
    • The Chinese name of the dish "Zì Yǒu Fāng Yuán" (Chinese: 「自有方圆」) probably means "Naturally There Shall Be Order," implying since she is devoted to protect the fairness of contracts and rules, she believes the order of the society will be peacefully maintained (see also the below proverb). It may therefore show Yanfei's respect for law and order.
      • Fāng-Yuán (Chinese: 方圆) literally means "squares and circles." There is a Chinese proverb "without a pair of compasses and a ruler, no one can form squares and circles." (Chinese: 没有规矩,不成方圆), a variation of a quote from the Confucian classic Mencius, written around the late 4th century BC.[1] It figuratively means "without rules, there will be no order." It is entertaining that Yanfei cooked this dish as if she used a physical set of a pair of compasses and a ruler.
      • Alternatively, the Chinese name can mean "Private Rules" or "My Own Way" (close to the English name). The official recipe by miHoYo, however, says Yanfei drew an inspiration probably from a law book.[2] Therefore, it is more plausible that the name reflects her inclination toward the law, rather than her own personal beliefs.

    Other Languages

    Language Official Name Literal Meaning
    English "My Way"
    Chinese
    (Simplified)
    「自有方圆」
    "Zì Yǒu Fāngyuán"
    "Principles Within"[• 1]
    Chinese
    (Traditional)
    「自有方圓」
    "Zì Yǒu Fāngyuán"
    Japanese 「法律ここにあり」
    "Houritsu Koko ni Ari"
    "The Law is Here"
    Korean 「나름의 규칙」
    "Nareum-ui Gyuchik"
    "Depending on Rule"
    Spanish A mi maneraMy Way
    French « À ma façon »"In My Own Way"
    Russian «Особое мнение»
    "Osoboye mneniye"
    "Dissenting Opinion"
    Thai "My Way"
    Vietnamese "Chuẩn Khuôn Khổ""Stereotype"
    German „Mein Kreis, der hat vier Ecken“"My Circle, It Has Four Corners"[• 2]
    Indonesian "My Way"
    Portuguese "Meu Jeito""My Way"
    1. ZH: 方圆 fāngyuán, lit. "square and round" is a chéngyǔ for principles and methods.
    2. DE: This is likely based on the song My Hat, It Has Three Corners, which is a popular children's song in Germany.

    Change History

    Released in Version 1.5

    References

    1. Sogou Encyclopedia 没有规矩不成方圆 (CN)
    2. Teyvat Food Notes: 自有方圆,规整无比,灵感大概也是来源于烟绯手中的那本律法书吧。

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