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Paimon can be invited as a Companion into your Serenitea Pot after completing the World Quest Idle Teapot Talk.

Unlike playable characters that are invited as Companions, Paimon does not have a favorite furnishing set.

Idle Quotes

Icon Dialogue Idle Tasty food...
Icon Dialogue Idle Traveler...
Icon Dialogue Idle Let's go...
Icon Dialogue Idle Something exciting...
Icon Dialogue Idle Private funds...
(When the player is nearby)
Icon Dialogue Idle Wanna chat...
Icon Dialogue Idle ...You're here!


Three random dialogue options out of the ones below will appear each time you talk to Paimon, in addition to the "good morning/night" option. These are taken from the Traveler's voice-overs, except the Traveler's lines are presented as dialogue options instead of being spoken.

Paimon: (TravelerTraveler), you're here!
Paimon: Anything interesting you wanna talk about today?
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Mondstadt City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Cider Lake...
Paimon: Cider Lake never freezes, no matter what time of the year it is.
Paimon: The best apple ciders in Mondstadt can only be made using the fresh water from this lake.
Paimon: It really does taste great! Paimon could drink two big bottles in a second!
Icon Dialogue Talk Wow.
Paimon: Tee-hee!
Icon Dialogue Talk With your size...
Icon Dialogue Talk I can't believe that you can drink that much water...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...And not explode like an Anemo Slime.
Paimon: Paimon always has room for tasty drinks.
Icon Dialogue Talk Huh...
Icon Dialogue Talk I guess the world really is a big place.
Icon Dialogue Talk So many things to consider...
(Complete For a Tomorrow Without Tears)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Effort and Reward
Paimon: Paimon finds that hard work hardly works here in Mondstadt.
Icon Dialogue Talk Why'd you say so?
Paimon: Just look at Huffman from the Knights of Favonius. He does his best at his duties every day...
Paimon: But the ever-relaxed Captain Kaeya is his boss.
Icon Dialogue Talk Hmm, but isn't Jean, who works the hardest...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...The Acting Grand Master?
Paimon: W—Well, how about this, then...
Paimon: Venti's the god of Mondstadt, and he's the laziest of them all!
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Mondstadt City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Benny's Adventure Team
Paimon: If you want to adventure together with Benny's Adventure Team, you have to come prepared.
Paimon: Domains are very dangerous, so you should always take care to double and triple check your supplies in advance.
Paimon: Paimon's heard that the Adventurers' Guild has compiled a list of four hundred and sixty-three different ways of dying in these domains...
Paimon: If Bennett got you killed by accident, Paimon and Bennett would never forgive ourselves!
Icon Dialogue Talk ...Why am I the only one dying here?
Paimon: Well, that's because according to the numbers, Paimon can avoid three hundred and twenty-two causes of death just by floating!
Icon Dialogue Talk I suddenly don't feel like exploring these domains...
(Complete Darknight Hero's Alibi)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Kaeya and Diluc
Paimon: Strange...
Icon Dialogue Talk What's wrong?
Paimon: Diluc and Kaeya are really alike, so why don't they get along?
Icon Dialogue Talk How are they alike, again?
Paimon: Well, Kaeya's the kind of guy who acts shady in the light of day...
Paimon: While Diluc is a shining beacon of justice in the dark of night!
Paimon: Don't you think that's kinda the same thing...?
Icon Dialogue Talk Uhh... I still don't see it.
(Complete The Meaning of Lupical)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Razor
Paimon: Have you heard of the brush?
Icon Dialogue Talk You mean pens made using animal hair...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...For writing purposes?
Paimon: That's correct! They say that finely-made brushes sell for high prices among Liyue's merchants!
Icon Dialogue Talk So, would you like to make some too?
Paimon: Uh-huh! But the wild wolves are too fierce, so we should use Razor's fur to make brushes instead!
Paimon: Razor's fur is all downy and soft. It'll definitely make great wolf pens! We could make lots of Mora like this!
Icon Dialogue Talk Brushes made like that would conduct electricity.
Icon Dialogue Talk I'm not sure we could use them...
Icon Dialogue Talk Besides, Razor isn't a wolf.
Icon Dialogue Talk Nor are wolf pens made from wolves' hair...
Paimon: Eh? Why are they called wolf pens, then?
Icon Dialogue Talk Well, does Cider Lake look like it's full of cider to you?
Paimon: Hmm. You have a point.
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Mondstadt City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About the "Wondermaid"
Paimon: It's time for Paimon's Little Life Tips!
Icon Dialogue Talk "Little Life Tips?"
Paimon: In Mondstadt, if there's something you can't fix, or something that you can't get clean, no matter what you do...
Paimon: If you ever run into something you can't handle yourself, you just need to shout this name to the skies:
Paimon: "Noeeeelle!"
Paimon: And everything that's troubling you will be swept away in an instant.
Icon Dialogue Talk So this is one of the tricks to living in Mondstadt?
Icon Dialogue Talk Pretty impressive...
(Complete The Outlander Who Caught the Wind)
Icon Dialogue Talk About riches...
Paimon: Paimon... doesn't feel so good...
Icon Dialogue Talk What's the matter?
Paimon: Paimon hasn't opened a treasure chest in so long. If this keeps up...
Icon Dialogue Talk If this keeps up...
Icon Dialogue Talk You'll get caught in a hunting trap with a one-Mora bait someday.
Paimon: Hey! Paimon floats, so that'll never work.
(Complete The Outlander Who Caught the Wind)
Icon Dialogue Talk About cat people and dog people...
Paimon: Which do you like more, cats or dogs?
Icon Dialogue Talk I prefer Paimon.
Paimon: Eh? Um, that... That's cheating...
Paimon: Wait, no! Paimon's not a pet!
(Complete The Outlander Who Caught the Wind)
Icon Dialogue Talk About rock, paper, scissors...
Paimon: We should get something to eat! Aw, but Paimon doesn't wanna go over there...
Icon Dialogue Talk Shall we decide with a game of rock-paper-scissors, then?
Paimon: Ooh, okay!
Icon Dialogue Talk Alright then. Rock, paper—
Paimon: —Super Paimon Tornado!
Icon Dialogue Talk ...What?
(Complete The Outlander Who Caught the Wind)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Language
Paimon: You learn new things so quickly.
Paimon: You've already got such a good grasp of Teyvat's language.
Icon Dialogue Talk You're a good teacher, Paimon.
Paimon: Hehehe...
Icon Dialogue Talk Who knows?
Icon Dialogue Talk Maybe the quality of your nasty nicknames will improve, someday.
(Complete The Outlander Who Caught the Wind)
Icon Dialogue Talk About the luck of the draw...
Paimon: Urrrrgh...
Icon Dialogue Talk Hmm? Are there pigeons around?
Paimon: No, Paimon's just hungry.
Paimon: What Paimon needs right now is a traveler who can whip up some delicious Sticky Honey Roast.
Paimon: So, who's going to be the lucky traveler?
(Unlock the Geo Statue of The Seven in Dihua Marsh)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Couplets
Paimon: Paimon's heard that couplets are a traditional art form in Liyue. If you can write a line that works as a second half to one that someone else has written, you'll be well paid!
Paimon: But linking the couplet is hard, so it's not easy money.
Paimon: Not only does the rhythm need to match, but the meaning has to as well.
Icon Dialogue Talk Hmm, care to give an example?
Paimon: Uh... "Windrise's winds never churn."
Icon Dialogue Talk ...Um, "But the Sea of Clouds' clouds always return."
Paimon: Huh... Not bad!
Paimon: Let's not waste time here. We've got some money to make!
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Liyue Harbor)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Heart's Desire
Paimon: Walk in seven clockwise circles, then walk in seven anticlockwise circles, then open your eyes...
Icon Dialogue Talk Are you sleepwalking?
Paimon: Nope! Paimon is just trying to see if that antique shop from "Heart's Desire" actually exists!
Icon Dialogue Talk Well, assuming that a shop in a story does exist...
Icon Dialogue Talk What would you like to buy, Paimon?
Paimon: A Slime Creator!
Icon Dialogue Talk Does such a thing even exist?
(Unlock the Geo Statue of The Seven in Dihua Marsh)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Dihua Marsh
Paimon: Did you know? The reeds in Dihua Marsh are common materials used in making paper.
Paimon: The solid reed cores are used to make pens, while the hollow part is used to make flutes, and it's considered an elegant art in Liyue.
Paimon: Over the years, many heroes and swordsmen have also chosen Dihua Marsh as the location of their duels.
Paimon: The more reeds, the more elegant the place. But in places where the reeds are the thickest, the water can be quite deep...
Paimon: So there are lots of unlucky duelists who fall in and drown while the duel is on...
Icon Dialogue Talk And what's my takeaway from this supposed to be?
Paimon: Don't fight!
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Liyue Harbor)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Beidou
Paimon: How do you become as popular and cool as Captain Beidou?
Icon Dialogue Talk With enough experience...
Paimon: Paimon's already seen lots of things from adventuring together with you!
Icon Dialogue Talk One also needs to experience trials and setbacks...
Paimon: Paimon almost drowned that one time...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...Maintain an inspirational disposition...
Paimon: Uh-huh! Paimon's always rooted for you!
Icon Dialogue Talk One must also have a mature outlook towards problems...
Paimon: Hey! Are you just trying to say that Paimon can't make it?
(Complete Farewell, Archaic Lord)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Ningguang
Paimon: How does a person become as rich, or as rich, or as super rich as Lady Ningguang?
Icon Dialogue Talk Is that the only impression she gives you? Riches?
Paimon: Well, there's the huge Jade Chamber, too! But isn't that also made of Mora?
Icon Dialogue Talk Well, you need an excellent mind...
Paimon: Paimon's really good at giving people nicknames!
Icon Dialogue Talk You need to be very familiar with the workings of the markets...
Paimon: A serving of Fisherman's Toast goes for 1025 Mora, and no discounts even on rainy days.
Icon Dialogue Talk You also require exceptional worksmanship...
Paimon: So... how do you make friends with a really rich person?
Icon Dialogue Talk Wait, you're giving up already?!
(Complete Farewell, Archaic Lord)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Qiqi Being a Zombie
Paimon: Do you think that Qiqi... needs to drink blood?
Icon Dialogue Talk That's not a zombie, Paimon, that's a vampire.
Paimon: Then, will her arms fall off suddenly?
Icon Dialogue Talk That's also not a zombie, that's a ghoul.
Paimon: uh. [sic] As expected of a traveler. You really know a lot!
Paimon: So, what special thing can zombies do?
Icon Dialogue Talk Exercises?
Paimon: That makes a lot of sense! So zombies are the ones that can perform exercises!
(Complete Stillness, the Sublimation of Shadow)
Icon Dialogue Talk About the Vision Hunt Decree
Paimon: It's hard to talk about the recent events in Inazuma and not mention the Vision Hunt Decree.
Paimon: But you don't have a Vision, so you don't have to worry about losing one.
Paimon: On the flip side, if you are caught by the Tenryou Commission, (TravelerTraveler), you also can't surrender your Vision in exchange for your life...
Icon Dialogue Talk I can tell them...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...That you are my Vision.
Paimon: Another reason to have Paimon around... Wait, WHAT!?
Icon Dialogue Talk Don't worry, I wouldn't let them take you, Paimon.
Paimon: That's more like it.
Icon Dialogue Talk We'd just go to jail...
Icon Dialogue Talk And suffer punishment together...
Paimon: Uh... W—Well, if that's how it would go down, then maybe you should hand Paimon over to them...
Paimon: ...Wait a minute! How about we just don't get caught in the first place?
(Complete Stillness, the Sublimation of Shadow)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Gorou
Paimon: Hmm...
Icon Dialogue Talk What are you mulling over, Paimon?
Paimon: (TravelerTraveler), do you remember Gorou's fluffy ears?
Paimon: Paimon really wants something like that... Or maybe horns similar to the ones Ganyu has. Ganyu's horns are pretty cute as well.
Paimon: (TravelerTraveler), do you have any ideas?
Icon Dialogue Talk Let me see, hmm... Oh, I found something!
Paimon: Really? Aw, (TravelerTraveler), Paimon always knew you were reliable!
Icon Dialogue Talk Ta-da! I present to you the Tusk of Monoceros Caeli!
Paimon: Paimon doesn't need that!
Paimon: *sigh* If Paimon can't have Gorou's fluffy ears, then maybe at least something like his fluffy tail...
Icon Dialogue Talk Bubadada! Here you go — Tail of Boreas!
Paimon: ...Not that! Also, combining those two is definitely not the look Paimon is going for!
(Complete The Whispers of the Crane and the White Rabbit)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Kamisato Ayaka
Paimon: Hmmm...
Icon Dialogue Talk Paimon, you look so serious today.
Paimon: That's because Paimon's thinking about serious things.
Paimon: Paimon's jealous of people from wealthy and influential families. They have an endless supply of Mora and mountains of delicious food to eat...
Icon Dialogue Talk I can't disagree. Those are exactly the things you're fond of.
Paimon: But after getting to know Ayaka better, Paimon realized that a young lady from a noble family can also have her share of hardships.
Paimon: She needs to shoulder her clan's duties and responsibilities. She works so hard and has very little time for herself.
Paimon: Ayaka must be exhausted, she should try to relax a bit...
Paimon: Ah, that's right! Let's invite Ayaka to the next festival!
Paimon: If she got an invite from us, there's no way she'd refuse.
Icon Dialogue Talk Yeah.
Icon Dialogue Talk I'd like to go to another festival with her.
Paimon: Besides, if Ayaka's around, she can pick up the tab for us...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...I should've seen that coming...
(Complete The Whispers of the Crane and the White Rabbit)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Festival Traditions
Paimon: It's a well-established tradition that during Inazuman celebrations everyone's wearing festive masks.
Paimon: Paimon tried to look around the stalls, but hasn't found any mask that fits...
Icon Dialogue Talk So you really want a mask of your own?
Paimon: Of course! Not wearing a mask during an Inazuman festival is the same as not receiving a bouquet at the Windblume Festival...
Icon Dialogue Talk Let me make one for you.
Paimon: Whoa! (TravelerTraveler), you're the best!
Icon Dialogue Talk Hmmm, I wonder what kind of mask will fit you best?
Icon Dialogue Talk How about... a slime mask?
Paimon: Yay, Paimon Slime!
(Complete Dreamlike Timelessness)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Yoimiya
Paimon: Do you think Yoimiya's dad's poor hearing is related to fireworks?
Paimon: He's been making and testing fireworks for many years now, and being exposed to the sound of gunpowder explosions on a daily basis... Paimon can see how that might've worn down his ears...
Paimon: Yikes! Since Yoimiya is inheriting her family business, does that mean she'll have trouble hearing other people in the future, just like her dad?
Paimon: Paimon won't let that happen! Let's think of some way to help her!
Icon Dialogue Talk Do you have any suggestions, Paimon?
Paimon: Uh... Um...
Paimon: Paimon could follow Yoimiya around and cover her ears whenever needed...
Icon Dialogue Talk Then you'd need to leave me.
Paimon: ...Without Paimon, you'd lose your guide. Paimon wouldn't leave you like that!
Paimon: But... What should we do for Yoimiya...
Icon Dialogue Talk Actually...
Icon Dialogue Talk She can simply wear earplugs while working with fireworks.
Paimon: Oh yeah! Paimon didn't think of that solution! You're so smart!
Icon Dialogue Talk Heh... That was the first thing that came to my mind.
Icon Dialogue Talk But I wanted to give you an opportunity for a mental workout.
Paimon: Eh? So you knew this whole time, but didn't tell Paimon?
Paimon: How could you! You bully!
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Inazuma City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Sayu's Troubles
Paimon: Sayu seems to have a lot on her mind.
Paimon: Paimon can't understand why she'd have so many worries.
Icon Dialogue Talk I guess this is what they call growing pains.
Paimon: Hmm, Paimon can't relate to that.
Paimon: After all, it's not Paimonly to worry too much.
Icon Dialogue Talk Hmmm...
Icon Dialogue Talk Bad news! We're almost out of Mora.
Icon Dialogue Talk I guess we'll have to tighten the purse strings for the next few days...
Paimon: Wh—What? Noooo!
Icon Dialogue Talk See, you're not as carefree as you thought.
Paimon: How could you prank Paimon like that...
(Unlock the Electro Statue of The Seven in Tatarasuna)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Naku Weed
Paimon: Even though Naku Weed has a flower-like structure, its "petals" are in fact leaves.
Paimon: Its actual bloom is rather fragile, so the surrounding leaves try their hardest to grow strong and protect it...
Paimon: Hee-hee, just like Paimon is protecting you right now.
Icon Dialogue Talk Just like you? Oh, is Naku Weed edible too?
Paimon: Yeah, that's right! ...Wait? What are you trying to say?
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Inazuma City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Swords
Paimon: (TravelerTraveler), have you noticed?
Paimon: In Inazuma, people who wear swords on their waists are a minority. Most soldiers use spears.
Paimon: Could it be that swords are a symbol of status... Should we wear them as well?
Paimon: But the swords here are all too big for Paimon... There's no other way, we'll have to find a famous swordsmith to make a custom one!
Icon Dialogue Talk A custom-made sword will cost a lot of Mora though.
Paimon: Are you saying that Mora is more important than the desires of your lovely companion?
Icon Dialogue Talk ...Actually, I've already prepared something for you, Paimon.
Paimon: Really? Really? Let's have a look!
Paimon: Hey! Isn't that the knife we use to cut fruit?
Icon Dialogue Talk Well, at least it's the right size for you...
Icon Dialogue Talk Ahem, "What matters isn't the value of the sword..."
Icon Dialogue Talk "It's the fighting spirit."
Paimon: Nice try, but Paimon won't fall for this, no matter how cool it sounds!
(Complete The Empty Illusions of the Sabzeruz Festival)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Canned Knowledge...
Paimon: Free knowledge without having to study at all? Canned Knowledge is amazing!
Paimon: Could Sumeru have Canned Knowledge about the different customs of the seven nations, too?
Paimon: If so, Paimon could just open a can every time we get to a new place. Paimon wouldn't have to explain things ever again!
Icon Dialogue Talk Or we could just open them all...
Icon Dialogue Talk Here in Sumeru...
Paimon: But... but traveling wouldn't be any fun without surprises to look forward to!
Icon Dialogue Talk Plus, if we opened them all here...
Icon Dialogue Talk I wouldn't even need Paimon as a guide anymore.
Paimon: Okay scrap that idea! No more Canned Knowledge. Let's save our Mora for something else!
Paimon: Something like... Oh! Tipping Paimon for guide services! Heehee, seems fair, right?
(Complete The Empty Illusions of the Sabzeruz Festival)
Icon Dialogue Talk About the Eremites...
Paimon: The Eremites are a real motley crew...
Icon Dialogue Talk There's certainly a diverse range of characters.
Paimon: Hmmm... yeah, that could explain it! Paimon can play lots of different characters too.
Paimon: Judgy Paimon, knowledgeable Paimon, helpful Paimon...
Icon Dialogue Talk ...And of course the classic, completely-misses-the-point Paimon.
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Sumeru City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About the Grand Bazaar...
Paimon: The residents of the Grand Bazaar are all so talented!
Paimon: They sell their own woven goods, beautiful vases and jars, and delicious-smelling spices that make Paimon's tummy start rumbling...
Paimon: And they all sing and dance really well! Paimon wishes she could do that.
Icon Dialogue Talk Well, if you're serious about it, there's no reason you couldn't learn.
Paimon: What? Really?
Icon Dialogue Talk Well for starters...
Icon Dialogue Talk You won't trip over yourself...
Icon Dialogue Talk Or accidentally step on someone else's foot...
Icon Dialogue Talk You have a natural advantage when it comes to dancing.
Icon Dialogue Talk You won't trip over yourself...
Icon Dialogue Talk Or accidentally step on someone else's foot...
Paimon: Oh yeah! Paimon always forgets how useful flying can be!
Paimon: Alright then! Let's go bust a move at the Grand Bazaar and watch everyone shower Paimon with admiration!
Icon Dialogue Talk Aha, so that's what this is all about.
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Sumeru City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Divination...
Paimon: People in Sumeru seem to take divination and fortune-telling pretty seriously.
Paimon: For starters, there's astrology, although only the scholars get to practice that. But ordinary citizens have their ways, too. They can do divinations with just a cup of coffee!
Icon Dialogue Talk It's the nation of wisdom after all...
Icon Dialogue Talk It seems like people have an insatiable curiosity to learn about everything, including their own future.
Paimon: Paimon heard that they can tell your fate just by looking at the bottom of a finished cup of coffee...
Paimon: Sounds way easier than climbing to the top of a tower and staring at the stars all night!
Icon Dialogue Talk Are you interested in learning your fate, too?
Paimon: Yeah... although, Paimon's really more interested in finding out what the coffee tastes like.
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Sumeru City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Bimarstan...
Paimon: Whoa, healthcare is FREE in Sumeru?
Icon Dialogue Talk Are you feeling unwell, Paimon?
Paimon: No, not right now. Thanks for asking, though.
Paimon: Hehe... Eating the street food on every corner has never sounded so tempting!
Icon Dialogue Talk Your stomach is going to punish you for that!
Paimon: If so, Paimon'll go see a doctor and get treated — it's all for free! It'd be a waste not to take advantage of this, don't you think?
Icon Dialogue Talk Maybe... but then again...
Icon Dialogue Talk The treatment would likely include a restricted diet.
Paimon: *gasp* Oh no! So no more delicious food, then?
Icon Dialogue Talk That, plus the doctor would make you take the most bitter-tasting medicine ever.
Paimon: O—Okay... Maybe Paimon needs to reconsider this idea...
(Unlock teleport waypoints in Sumeru City)
Icon Dialogue Talk About the Scholars...
Paimon: So many people in Sumeru want to become scholars.
Paimon: Motivated by this ambition, they all study really hard to try and achieve it...
Paimon: But Paimon bets that the first ever scholar didn't set out to become a scholar...
Paimon: Hmm... so what do you think the first ever scholar's ambition was?
Icon Dialogue Talk Probably...
Icon Dialogue Talk To get their research paper written as quickly as possible.
Paimon: Huh? But isn't a scholar's ultimate goal supposed to be "pursuing the highest and greatest knowledge" or something?
Paimon: Paimon's sure that it must have been because of a fervent desire for knowledge that they became Sumeru's first true scholar.
Icon Dialogue Talk Writing papers is how you pursue knowledge.
Paimon: But what about when it's the highest and greatest knowledge of all...
Icon Dialogue Talk Even then, if you wanted to prove it, you'd need a research paper.
Icon Dialogue Talk And after that, you'd need to start working on another paper
Icon Dialogue Talk To validate your original thesis...
Paimon: O—Okay, Paimon's got it! Come on, don't look so sad! It's not like you have to worry about writing papers yourself!
Paimon: ...Y—You've never had to write a paper before, right...?
(Complete The Empty Illusions of the Sabzeruz Festival)
Icon Dialogue Talk About Aranara names...
Paimon: Arama, Arana, Araja, Arakavi... Whew, Aranara names are so hard to remember...
Paimon: The only bit Paimon's sure of is that they all start with "Ara"!
Icon Dialogue Talk Right, so if you were an Aranara...
Icon Dialogue Talk Your name would be "Arapaimon."
Paimon: Yup, and as for you...
Paimon: Hmm, actually, they'd probably call you "Nara Traveler"...
Icon Dialogue Talk Yeah, we're all Nara to them...
Paimon: So if there was someone whose actual name was "Nara," what would the Aranara call them?
Icon Dialogue Talk "Nara Nara"... I guess. Sounds kinda cute.
Paimon: Hehe, yeah.
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Icon Dialogue Talk About Magic...
Paimon: Lyney's magic shows are amazing! Paimon never would've guessed how he did it before he revealed his secret.
Icon Dialogue Talk Hold on... I just thought of a magic trick!
Paimon: Huh? You know how to do magic too?
Icon Dialogue Talk Yep. I can make a big magician's hat float in the air...
Icon Dialogue Talk And even make it move at my command.
Paimon: Whoa! Really? How do you do that?
Icon Dialogue Talk Hehe, simple! I put Paimon inside the hat.
Paimon: What? Why would Paimon be... Ohhh, so Paimon's the one making it float!
Paimon: Hehe, in that case, Paimon has an idea for an even better magic trick!
Icon Dialogue Talk Huh? What is it?
Paimon: Behold, the bottomless hat! No matter how many plates of delicious food you throw into it, it'll never get full!
Icon Dialogue Talk Uh... Wait, so where would the plates go?
Paimon: Oh, good point! Umm... Oh, the hat spits the empty plates back out! Tada! Whaddya think?
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Icon Dialogue Talk About the Mysterious Treasure of the Fontaine Research Institute...
Paimon: At the Fontaine Research Institute, they research clockwork and different energy sources, right? So how come there are rumors about a mystery treasure?
Paimon: It'd make more sense if the treasure was owned by a bandit or a pirate.
Paimon: But Paimon's not sure that the researchers' and technicians' definition of "treasure" is really mysterious enough to get excited about...
Icon Dialogue Talk Hmm... What about "researcher by day, bandit by night"?
Icon Dialogue Talk Does that sound mysterious enough?
Paimon: Umm... Well for starters, it sounds exhausting. Imagine finishing your day job, then working a whole other job all night... When would they get time to rest?
Icon Dialogue Talk Maybe they wouldn't need to rest...
Icon Dialogue Talk If they were actually a clockwork meka in disguise!
Paimon: Ooh! A mystery treasure left by a clockwork meka who's a researcher by day and a bandit by night... Now that sounds more like it!
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Icon Dialogue Talk About Fonta...
Paimon: Fonta tastes amazing, don't you think?
Icon Dialogue Talk Yep. It's so refreshing, especially when you down the whole thing in one big gulp.
Paimon: Can you buy a glass for Paimon? Paimon's always wanted to try that thing.
Icon Dialogue Talk What thing?
Paimon: Just buy it, you'll see in a minute!
Paimon: Glug glug glug glug...
Paimon: Ahhhhh.
Paimon: That's what those drunkards do after they clink their glasses together. Paimon's been itching to try it for ages!
Icon Dialogue Talk Don't imitate them, Paimon... It's not a good look on you.
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Icon Dialogue Talk About Melusines...
Paimon: Apparently, every Melusine gets their own special token when they're born. They treat it as a symbol of their very being.
Icon Dialogue Talk If you were a Melusine...
Icon Dialogue Talk What would your token be?
Paimon: Definitely a fork! To represent Paimon's lifelong mission to taste all the delicious food in the whole world!
Icon Dialogue Talk Not Mora, then?
Paimon: Ooh, good point... Yeah, if it were Mora, it'd mean that Paimon's destined to be a super rich person. Then Paimon could buy anything she wants!
Paimon: Hmmmmm... Argh, Paimon's so torn! Both are so tempting...
Icon Dialogue Talk How about a fork made from Mora?
Icon Dialogue Talk Then you can have your cake and eat it, so to speak.
Paimon: Wow, that's a great idea!
Paimon: Anyway, enough about Paimon. Your token would probably be... a cooking pot, to represent being Paimon's personal gourmet chef!
Icon Dialogue Talk No no no, my token would be Paimon.
Paimon: Aw, really?
Icon Dialogue Talk With Paimon as my token, everything that you have would ultimately belong to me.
Paimon: Huh... Okay sure. Friends share everything, right?
Icon Dialogue Talk Haha, yeah... My stuff would still be mine...
Paimon: Hey, no fair!
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Icon Dialogue Talk About Armchair Detectives...
Paimon: So apparently, some detectives in Fontaine manage to solve cases without ever setting foot outside their homes. They call them "armchair detectives"...
Paimon: That's what they call "working from home," right? Sounds pretty cushy.
Paimon: Still, how do they figure out the truth if they never even go to the crime scene? ...Oh, Paimon knows! They must be using divination.
Icon Dialogue Talk You're thinking of fortune-tellers, Paimon. Not detectives.
Paimon: Oh... yeah...
Icon Dialogue Talk In any case...
Icon Dialogue Talk Surely the evidence isn't just dropping itself off at the detective's doorstep.
Paimon: You mean... Oh, the detective must have people collecting information for them...
Icon Dialogue Talk Perhaps, or...
Icon Dialogue Talk Maybe they post commissions at the Adventurers Guild?
Paimon: Huh? But... that would mean the detective gets all the credit for our hard work! Bet they make a tidy sum of Mora off of it, too! Hmph, Paimon won't stand for that. Let's go have a little talk with Detective Armchair right now!
(Between 6:00 and 19:00)
Icon Dialogue Talk Good morning, Paimon.
Paimon: Morning! Are we going out for some tasty food today?
Paimon: Paimon's ready to go anytime!
(Between 19:00 and 6:00)
Icon Dialogue Talk Good night, Paimon.
Paimon: Nighty night, (TravelerTraveler), and sweet dreams!
Paimon: And don't you worry, Paimon'll be with you all the way!

Special Dialogue

When a character is invited to or invites themselves to their favorite set for the first time, the character will provide a reward. They will provide a reward for each of their favorite sets.

Inviting them to the furnishing set again will replay the dialogue, but no further reward will be given.

Paimon currently does not have any special dialogue.


  • After Paimon is placed, she will not appear when the Paimon Menu is open while in the Serenitea Pot.

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