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A strange beetle that inhabits areas rich with Electro energy. Its docile and sedentary temperament could not be more different from the fierce, demonic visage displayed on its armored shell.
Inazuman folktales say that when the gods were apportioning territory to the many animals, the onikabuto, who detested conflict, chose first to live in lands saturated in Electro. As many years passed, it evolved bizarre patterns with which to frighten trespassers and developed horns that could release electricity to deter predators. Yet though it wears armor and bears horns, the onikabuto hates fighting most of all animals.

Onikabuto (Japanese: オニカブトムシ Oni Kabutomushi) are a Local Specialty found in the wild in some areas of Inazuma.

How to Obtain

Onikabuto are found lounging on trees and rocks in areas of high Electro concentration on Narukami Island, Kannazuka and Yashiori Island; many can notably be found near Mikage Furnace and around Mt. Yougou.

See the gallery or the Teyvat Interactive Map for specific locations.

Additionally, the following NPCs give Onikabuto after following a certain dialogue branch for the first time:

Shop Availability

No Shops sell Onikabuto.

Craft Usage

There are 1 items that can be crafted using Onikabuto:

Item Craft Type Recipe
Electro Treasure Compass Electro Treasure Compass Forging Onikabuto Onikabuto ×30
Mora Mora ×500
Golden Raven Insignia Golden Raven Insignia ×10
Crystal Chunk Crystal Chunk ×50

Ascension Usage

No Characters use Onikabuto for ascension.

No Weapons use Onikabuto for ascension.

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Trivia

  • Despite being supposedly living beings, they appear completely inert and will not flee even if the tree they are lounging on is hit or if explosions occur nearby.
  • Onikabuto Mushi is a Japanese reading of the kanji 鬼兜虫, which is also the Chinese name of the beetle.
  • Onikabuto appear to be modeled after Allomyrina dichotoma, the Japanese rhinoceros beetle, which is a common aspect of modern Japanese culture, especially among younger people.

Change History

Released in Version 2.0

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