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Come and Get It is a food item that the player can cook. The recipe for Come and Get It is obtainable from Chef Mao in Wanmin Restaurant (located in Liyue Harbor, Liyue) for 5,000 Mora after reaching Adventure Rank 40.

Depending on the quality, Come and Get It Increases all party members' CRIT Rate by 10/15/20% for 300s. Like most foods, this has no effect for other players in Co-Op Mode.

When Qiqi cooks Come and Get It, there is a chance No Tomorrow will be created instead.

Recipe

  • Item Raw Meat.png 3 Raw Meat
  • Item Fish.png 3 Fish
  • Item Rice.png 3 Rice
  • Item Tofu.png 1 Tofu
  • Creates Come and Get It Come and Get It ×1

    Trivia

    • The dish is likely a reference to poon choi (Chinese: 盆菜 pén cài, lit. "basin dish"), a traditional Cantonese dish that is served during festivals such as Chinese New Year.[1] It is believed to be invented during the last days of the Song dynasty, when Emperor Bing of Song retreated from the attack of the Mongol Empire and reached Hong Kong (some say Dongguan) in 1278–1279, by the hands of the villagers who tried to welcome the emperor as much as they could do (therefore "basin" as an available pot).

    Other Languages

    LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
    EnglishCome and Get It
    Chinese
    (Simplified)
    来来菜
    Láilái-cài
    Come-Come dish
    Chinese
    (Traditional)
    來來菜
    Láilái-cài
    Japaneseべください
    O-tabekudasai
    Please Eat (Dish)[• 1]
    Korean흥얼
    Heung'eol-chae
    Hum Vegetables
    Spanish¡Ven por ello!Come for it!
    FrenchRamen AléziGo-for-It Ramen[• 2]
    RussianНалетайка
    Naletayka
    Come and Get It
    ThaiCome and Get It
    VietnameseMón Nào NàoCome-Come Dish
    GermanSchüssel BuntesBowl of Colors[• 3]
    IndonesianCome and Get It
    PortugueseVenha por Ela
    1. Japanese: There is a pun here, where the "sai" in kudasai is written as sai, meaning "dish."
    2. French: "Alézi" is the phonetic transcription of "allez-y", meaning "go for it" or "go ahead".
    3. German: Color in this context stand for variety.

    Change History

    Released in Version 1.0

    References

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