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12 Ominous Mask
Total Cost (0 → 6)
- When the character equipped with this weapon takes the field, they will gain either the Recitative, Aria, or Interlude theme song effects. The effect is indicated by the musical note that appears over the character's head.
- The song's effects only apply to the equipping character, and is only granted when the equipping character is switched in.
- If the character equipping it is switched in, switched out, then switched back in during the song's 10-second duration, the song's effects will be applied for the 10 seconds that the character was first switched in.
A notebook that was shared among the members of the Wanderer's Troupe. It contains musical scores and travel journals. The history of the troupe has been lost, since it was disbanded before Mondstadt was rebuilt.
The notebook records the experiences of the Troupe, the lands they roamed and the worlds they witnessed.
It siphons great power from the records of the Troupe's performances as well as the cheering of the crowds they performed for.
The Wanderer's Troupe was founded during the reign of the Aristocracy.
Many referred to it as the Swordsman's Troupe — some out of hope, others out of fear.
Even poems and songs were denied the right to freedom in that era.
For flutes they had swords, for harps they had bows, and their song was an anthem of rebellion.
Their final act was an attempt to storm the city and impose the death sentence upon its tyrannical rulers.
The Swordsman's Troupe had gone, and with it the memory of their rebellion.
But the spirit of resistance they embodied will always flow in Mondstadters' veins.
The Widsith was promoted or featured with a drop-rate boost in 4 Event Wishes:
|Epitome Invocation 2020-09-28|
|Epitome Invocation 2021-02-23|
|Epitome Invocation 2021-06-09|
|Epitome Invocation 2021-09-01|
- The "Widsith," also known as "The Traveller's Song," is an Old English poem. In the poem, a poet named Widsith (Old English: Widsið) wrote about people, kings, and heroes of Northern Europe's Heroic Age. The name itself comes from Old English widsiþ, meaning "long journey" or "far-traveler."
- This is the only 4* Gacha weapon with a Crit substat as of 1.6.
- The names of the theme songs, Recitative, Aria, and Interlude, come from opera terms.