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The Millennial Movement Series is a 5-star Weapon Series themed after songs related to Mondstadt's history.

Although this series does not share an exact passive, all the weapons from this series shares similar passives, which is the following:

A part of the "Millennial Movement" that wanders amidst the winds. Increases (Stats) by (Stat Increase)%, and when (Certain Attacks) hit opponents, the character gains a Sigil. This effect can be triggered once every (Cooldown Time).

When you possess (Amount) Sigils, all of them will be consumed and all nearby party members will obtain the "Millennial Movement" effect for 12s. "Millennial Movement" increases (Stat Boost) by (Stat Increase)% and increases ATK by 20%.

Once this effect is triggered, you will not gain Sigils for 20s. Of the many effects of the "Millennial Movement, " buffs of the same type will not stack.

Weapons

3 weapons match the category selection:

Icon Name Rarity Base ATK (Lv.90) 2nd Stat (Lv.90) Passive Ability
Weapon Elegy for the End.png Elegy for the End 5 Stars 46
(608)
Energy Recharge 12%
(55.1%)
The Parting Refrain
A part of the "Millennial Movement" that wanders amidst the winds. Increases Elemental Mastery by 60~120. When the Elemental Skills or Elemental Bursts of the character wielding this weapon hit opponents, that character gains a Sigil of Remembrance. This effect can be triggered once every 0.2s and can be triggered even if said character is not on the field. When you possess 4 Sigils of Remembrance, all of them will be consumed and all nearby party members will obtain the "Millennial Movement: Farewell Song" effect for 12s. "Millennial Movement: Farewell Song" increases Elemental Mastery by 100~200 and increases ATK by 20~40%. Once this effect is triggered, you will not gain Sigils of Remembrance for 20s. Of the many effects of the "Millennial Movement," buffs of the same type will not stack.
Weapon Song of Broken Pines.png Song of Broken Pines 5 Stars 49
(741)
Physical DMG Bonus 4.5%
(20.7%)
Rebel's Banner Hymn
A part of the "Millennial Movement" that wanders amidst the winds. Increases ATK by 16~32%, and when Normal or Charged Attacks hit opponents, the character gains a Sigil of Whispers. This effect can be triggered once every 0.3s.

When you possess four Sigils of Whispers, all of them will be consumed and all nearby party members will obtain the "Millennial Movement: Banner-Hymn" effect for 12s. "Millennial Movement: Banner-Hymn" increases Normal ATK SPD by 12~24% and increases ATK by 20~40%.

Once this effect is triggered, you will not gain Sigils of Whispers for 20s. Of the many effects of the "Millennial Movement", buffs of the same type will not stack.

Weapon Freedom-Sworn.png Freedom-Sworn 5 Stars 46
(608)
Elemental Mastery 43
(198)
Revolutionary Chorale
A part of the "Millennial Movement" that wanders amidst the winds. Increases DMG by 10~20%. When the character wielding this weapon triggers Elemental Reactions, they gain a Sigil of Rebellion. This effect can be triggered once every 0.5s and can be triggered even if said character is not on the field.
When you possess 2 Sigils of Rebellion, all of them will be consumed and all nearby party members will obtain "Millennial Movement: Song of Resistance" for 12s. "Millennial Movement: Song of Resistance" increases Normal, Charged, and Plunging Attack DMG by 16~32% and increases ATK by 20~40%. Once this effect is triggered, you will not gain Sigils of Rebellion for 20s.
Of the many effects of the "Millennial Movement," buffs of the same type will not stack.

Lore

Weapons from Mondstadt that feature music based around key events in the nation's history.

Freedom-Sworn (Chinese: 苍古自由之誓 "Oath of Eternal Freedom")

A song of resistance sung whenever the people of Mondstadt were oppressed, whether during Decarabian's reign or the aristocracy's reign. It was notably sung when the rebellion against Decarabian scaled his tower; those who could not accompany the Nameless Bard, the spirit, the archer, the knight, and the flame-haired warrior sang this song in solidarity.

Song of Broken Pines (Chinese: 松籁响起之时 "When the Song of Broken Pines Echoes")

Both during the time of Decarabian's rule and during the time of the corrupt Aristocracy, specific chords and tunes were banned because they could be used to incite rebellion. During the time of the Mondstadt Aristocracy, the Church dedicated to the Anemo Archon had a schism between the "clergy" and the "saints." The clergy held formal positions and joined in the luxury of the nobles at the cost of becoming hypocrites, creating hymns of praise while also overturning statues of the Anemo Archon. The saints didn't hold formal positions, but lived among the commoners, blessing them with the original holy manuscripts and writing songs and poems that were forbidden. When the rebellion began against the corrupt nobles, a saint known as the Nameless Shepherd mobilized the saints to take part in the rebellion as the true members of the Church of Favonius.

Elegy for the End (Chinese: 终末嗟叹之诗 "Poems of the Sighful Finale")

During the time period of the cataclysm, both the knights and the Anemo Archon fought to protect their land. The Anemo Archon summoned Dvalin in order to fight the venomous dragon, Durin. While they did succeed in killing Durin, unfortunately Dvalin fell asleep in an ancient tower. Similarly, while the knights won their fight, Rostam fell in battle. Many songs were created to record the battle of the two dragons, but over time they faded from memory. Similarly, the song that a certain maiden used to sing to Rostam changed upon her return and finding out he had died. She eventually devoted her life to burning away the evil in the world.

Trivia

  • The visual effect of the Millennial Movement effect (after consuming four Sigils) changes slightly based on the weapon: The highlighted string on the lyre changes based on weapon order (Sword > Claymore > Polearm > Catalyst > Bow). Freedom-Sworn highlights the leftmost string, Song of Broken Pines highlights the string second from the left, and Elegy for the End highlights the rightmost string.

Change History

Released in Version 1.4
Version 1.6

Version 1.5


Version 1.4

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