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Varka is the current Grand Master and Knight of Boreas of the Knights of Favonius. Half a year before the Traveler arrived in Mondstadt, he departed on an expedition with the city's elite forces, leaving Jean as the Acting Grand Master in his absence.

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Introduction

Based on other people's remarks about him, Varka is one of the strongest people in Mondstadt. Tartaglia calls him the "titan of the Knights of Favonius" and hopes to one day face him in combat, Barbara says that there's nothing to worry about as long as he is leading the expedition and Eula suspects that he had been intentionally holding back during a sparring session.

At some point before the Traveler's arrival in Mondstadt, Varka brought Rosaria to Mondstadt so she could redeem herself, although he did not appear to have expected her to do so in her own way. He also accepted Eula into the Knights of Favonius and met Razor in the forests of Wolvendom.

Personality

Varka appears to be jovial and well-liked by the people of Mondstadt. He is rather carefree and often leaves Jean to perform the actual duties required of his position while he goes on expeditions, but Jean does not resent him for it and Kaeya says he appreciates Varka's attitude.

Appearance

Little is known about Varka's appearance, but Razor's character stories and voice-overs suggest he is extremely tall.

Character Interactions

The following characters mention Varka in their character stories or voice-overs.

Character Stories Voices
Amber
Barbara
Bennett
Diluc
Eula
Jean
Kaeya
Lisa
Noelle
Razor
[Note 1]
Rosaria
Tartaglia

Trivia

  • Varka gave Razor his name and taught him how to fight with claymores, suggesting he uses them himself.[1]

Etymology

  • Varka's name is likely based on the Old Persian 𐎺𐎼𐎣 varka, meaning wolf.

Notes

  1. Varka isn't named in Razor's stories, but it is evident through Razor's voice-overs.

Other Languages

Language Official Name
English Varka
Chinese
(Simplified)
法尔伽
Fǎ'ěrjiā
Chinese
(Traditional)
法爾伽
Fǎ'ěrjiā
Japanese ファルカ
Faruka
Korean 바르카
Bareuka
Spanish Varka
French Varka
Russian Варка
Varka
Thai Varka
Vietnamese Varka
German Varka
Indonesian Varka
Portuguese Varka

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