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A mature Geovishap. It is said that after many years have passed, Geovishap Hatchlings will shed the armor that originally protected them and become Geovishaps. However these two and the older, greater Primo Geovishaps have spent many years hibernating under the mountains and have only emerged and become active in recent times. As such, none can personally attest to have witnessed or recorded such a thing in person.

Geovishaps are Elite Enemies that are part of the Vishaps enemy group and the Mystical Beasts family.

For specific locations, see the Official interactive Map.

Drops

Item Mora.png ≤600 Mora
Item Berserker.png3-4★ Set Berserker
Item Instructor.png3-4★ Set Instructor
Item The Exile.png3-4★ Set The Exile

Stats

Resistances
Physical Pyro Hydro Electro Cryo Anemo Geo
30% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 50%

The following table describes the level scaling. Note that values may change in Co-Op, some Quests, and certain Domains. The change usually involves multiplying some of the values by a constant scale factor.

Level HP ATK DEF
1 583 76 505
5 1,313 127 525
10 2,293 203 550
15 4,085 321 575
20 7,082 502 600
25 9,161 686 625
30 11,782 820 650
35 16,709 987 675
40 21,559 1,225 700
45 28,745 1,525 725
50 39,972 1,889 750
55 49,175 2,239 775
60 67,050 2,661 800
65 79,863 3,142 825
70 104,416 3,673 850
75 119,367 4,188 875
80 148,526 4,726 900
85 163,395 5,140 925
90 194,833 5,709 950
95 221,991 6,549 975
100 294,121 7,387 1,000
  • +20% RES to absorbed element

Abilities and Attacks

When the battle with the Geovishap starts, it does not have any elemental infusion. All attacks will deal Geo DMG.

Sometime during the fight, the Geovishap will infuse itself with either Cryo, Electro, Hydro or Pyro. The attacks may vary depending on the elemental variant of the Geovishap.

  • Charge Attack: The Geovishap curls up into a ball and charges towards the player's location, dealing 60% ATK as Geo DMG. Subsequently, if this attack hits the player, it will perform a single jump attack, dealing 170% ATK as AoE Geo DMG.
    • Cryo: DMG type converted to Cryo.
    • Pyro: DMG type converted to Pyro; Jump attack DMG increased to 200% ATK.
    • Electro: DMG type converted to Electro.
    • Hydro: DMG type converted to Hydro.
  • Jump Attack: The Geovishap will perform two jump attacks, jumping in the air and landing on the player's location, dealing 80% ATK and 120% ATK as AoE Geo DMG. After this attack, it will temporarily be stunned for a couple seconds.
    • Cryo: After landing, several spots will appear on the ground near the Geovishap that will explode and deal 70% ATK as AoE Cryo DMG after a few seconds.
    • Pyro: DMG type converted to Pyro; DMG increased to 100% ATK and 140% ATK; Briefly after landing, summons spikes around it that deal 140% ATK as AoE Pyro DMG.
    • Electro: After landing, it sends out several Electro orbs that fly around for a few seconds before dissipating, coming into contact with these orbs will deal 60% ATK as Electro DMG.
    • Hydro: After landing, visibly marks the player. The mark will follow the player for several seconds before becoming stationary, giving the player the opportunity to avoid the attack, and then explodes dealing 50% ATK as AoE Hydro DMG.
  • Slash and Punch: The Geovishap approaches the player and performs a slash with its right hand claws and then punch its left hand into the ground in front if it, dealing 80% ATK and 120% ATK as Geo DMG.
    • Cryo: After the attack, several spots will appear on the ground near the Geovishap that will explode and deal 70% ATK as AoE Cryo DMG after a few seconds.
    • Pyro: DMG type converted to Pyro; DMG increased to 100% ATK and 120% ATK.
    • Electro: The punch will send out two Electro orbs that fly around for a few seconds before dissipating, coming into contact with these orbs will deal 60% ATK as Electro DMG.
    • Hydro: After the punch, visibly marks the player. The mark will follow the player for several seconds before becoming stationary, giving the player the opportunity to avoid the attack, and then explodes dealing 50% ATK as AoE Hydro DMG.
  • Spike Attack: The Geovishap will slam its right hand onto the ground sending out a line of small spikes coming out of the ground towards the player's location, and its left hand sending out another line of spikes, then with both hands sending out two lines. Each spike deals 33% ATK as AoE Geo DMG.
    • Cryo: A ring of spots appears around the Geovishap that will explode and deal 70% ATK as AoE Cryo DMG after a few seconds.
    • Pyro: DMG type converted to Pyro; Spike DMG increased to 50% ATK.
    • Electro: After the attack, several Electro orbs will be send out that fly around for a few seconds before dissipating, coming into contact with these orbs will deal 60% ATK as Electro DMG.
    • Hydro: Also visibly marks the player. The mark will follow the player for several seconds before becoming stationary, giving the player the opportunity to avoid the attack, and then explodes dealing 50% ATK as AoE Hydro DMG.

Previews

Strategy

Unlike Geovishap Hatchlings, Geovishaps do not have the ability to burrow themselves to avoid incoming attacks and are easier to hit. Geovishaps only deal Geo DMG when unimbued.

As the fight progresses, the Geovishap will slam both of its fists into the ground and infuse itself with either Cryo, Electro, Hydro or Pyro. This infusion is always the same for each specific location, and hints can be provided for overworld Geovishaps with the surrounding area. Look out for nearby a Electro Crystal, Flaming Flower, Mist Flower, or bodies of water to determine the element it will obtain. The infusion makes the Geovishaps attacks deal DMG of said element, but it also permanently applies the same element onto them, allowing for a myriad of Elemental Reactions to be used for additional DMG.

While the Geovishap is performing Charge Attack, it may be stunned temporarily if it hits a player protected by a shield.

Locations

The Geovishap can be found through the Adventurer Handbook. Keep in mind that they can often spawn with a Geovishap Hatchling nearby, so you may have to deal with that as well.

They can also be found through "On the Hunt" challenges from the Vishaps and Where to Find Them event.

Achievements

2 Achievements match the category selection:

Achievement Category Description Primogem
Touch and Go Wonders of the World Wonders of the World Use a shield to counter a Geovishap's charging attack. 5
...Geovishap, Solarvishap, Lunarvishap... Challenger: Series IV Challenger: Series IV Defeat the Geovishap in all of its elemental forms. 5

Trivia

  • The name Geovishap derives from the Greek prefix geo- and vishap (Armenian: վիշապ vishap), a dragon in Armenian mythology.

Gallery

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Geovishap
Chinese
(Simplified)
岩龙蜥
Yán Lóngxī
Rock Dragon-Lizard
Chinese
(Traditional)
岩龍蜥
Yán Lóngxī
Japanese ヴィシャップ・いわ
Vishappu - Iwa
Vishap - Geo
Korean 바위 도마뱀
Bawi Yong Domabaem
Rock Dragon-Lizard
Spanish Dragarto GeoGeo Dragard[• 1]
French GéosaureGeosaurus
Russian Геовишап
Geovishap
Thai Geovishap
Vietnamese Rồng Đất NhamGeo Ground Dragon
German Geo-DrachenechseGeo Dragon-Lizard
Indonesian Geovishap
Portuguese Dragarto GeoGeo Dragard[• 2]
  1. ES: Dragarto is a portmanteau of dragón "dragon" and lagarto "lizard."
  2. PT: Dragarto is a portmanteau of dragão "dragon" and lagarto "lizard."

Change History

Released in Version 1.3

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