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A young vishap with a hard Geo exoskeleton.
Vishaps are exceptionally agile creatures that one would be wise not to underestimate in battle. Experts from Sumeru Academia believe that they become dragons when fully grown. By avoiding predators and natural disasters, perhaps they can even live long enough to become formidable beasts that reign over entire mountains.

Geovishap Hatchlings 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 ≤200 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
1 219 61 505
5 492 102 525
10 860 163 550
15 1,532 257 575
20 2,656 401 600
25 3,435 548 625
30 4,418 656 650
35 6,266 790 675
40 8,085 980 700
45 10,779 1,220 725
50 14,989 1,512 750
55 18,441 1,791 775
60 25,144 2,129 800
65 29,949 2,514 825
70 39,156 2,938 850
75 44,762 3,350 875
80 55,697 3,781 900
85 61,273 4,112 925
90 73,062 4,568 950
95 83,247 5,239 975
100 110,295 5,909 1,000

Abilities and Attacks

  • Slash Attack: Approaches and performs a cross slash with its claws, dealing 100% ATK as Geo DMG.
  • Spinning Attack: Leaps into the air, curls up and starts spinning like a top at high speeds upon landing, dealing 80% ATK once as AoE Physical DMG and continuously interrupting the player, before dealing 120% ATK as AoE Physical DMG with the final spin.
  • Rolling Attack: Curls up into a ball and starts rolling around at high speeds, dealing Physical DMG to the player on contact. The Hatchling does not target you and instead rolls around randomly and only changes directions when bumping into something. If the Hatchling crashes into a player protected by a shield, it'll get knocked out of its rolling state and become stunned for a few seconds.
  • Charge Attack: Curls up into a ball and rolls towards the player. On hit, deals 150% ATK as Physical DMG then bounces backwards and jumps back, dealing 180% ATK as AoE Physical DMG on landing. If the Hatchling crashes into a player protected by a shield, it'll get knocked out of its rolling state and become stunned for a few seconds.
  • Leap: Leaps into the air and smashes down at the player's location, dealing 150% ATK as AoE Physical DMG.
  • Burrow: Burrows into the ground and pops up a fair distance away, or next to the player. When digging itself into the ground, the Hatchling digs up 2 bright yellow Geo crystals which can be picked up by the player and form a shield, potentially protecting the player from the Hatchling's attacks.

Previews

Strategy

Geovishap Hatchlings are fairly easy to defeat but irritating at most. Their spin attack is particularly dangerous, as it can deal heavy damage while constantly staggering the player. They also have a habit of frequently burrowing, which makes them invulnerable to all damage during its animation.

When the hatchling burrows, it leaves behind two Geo crystals which may be picked to form a shield. After reappearing, the hatchling tends to roll around uncontrollably in the surrounding area, or charge straight at the player. If it runs into a player protected by a shield, either from the crystals it leaves behind or through a character talent, it will be flipped over and attempt to get back on its feet, leaving it vulnerable and open for attack for several seconds.

Due to the Geovishap Hatchling's tendency to erratically move around, the Frozen reaction can be especially effective at extending its window of vulnerability.

Locations

Geovishap Hatchling locations can be pinpointed on the map by using the Adventurer Handbook.

Gallery

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Geovishap Hatchling
Chinese
(Simplified)
幼岩龙蜥
Yòu Yán Lóngxī
Young Rock Dragon-Lizard
Chinese
(Traditional)
幼岩龍蜥
Yòu Yán Lóngxī
Japanese ベビーヴィシャップ・いわ
Bebii Vishappu - Iwa
Baby Vishap - Rock
Korean 새끼 바위 용 도마뱀
Saekki Bawi Yong Domabaem
Young Rock Dragon-Lizard
Spanish Cría de Dragarto GeoGeo Dragard's Brood[• 1]
French Jeune GéosaureYoung Geosaurus
Russian Детёныш геовишапа
Detyonysh geovishapa
Baby Geovishap
Thai Geovishap Hatchling
Vietnamese Rồng Đất Nhỏ NhamGeo Ground Dragon Hatchling
German Junge Geo-DrachenechseYoung Geo Dragon-Lizard
Indonesian Geovishap Hatchling
Portuguese Cria de Dragarto Geo
  1. ES: Dragarto is a portmanteau of dragón "dragon" and lagarto "lizard."

Change History

Released in Version 1.0
Version 2.6
  • The Spinning Attack was modified so the initial spinning DMG can only be dealt once per attack.

Version 1.3

  • Geovishap Hatchlings received a design change to their eyes.
    • The icon and in-game appearance were both updated accordingly.

Version 1.0

  • Geovishap Hatchlings were released.

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