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Wind-Riding Knight is the fourth part in the Teyvat storyline Archon Quests Prologue: Act I - The Outlander Who Caught the Wind.

Steps

  1. Keep heading towards Mondstadt
  2. Use Amber to defeat the airborne slimes
  3. Go to the location designated by Amber

Notes

  • Amber permanently joins the player's party.

Dialogue

UI Quest.png Quest Description

On the path to Mondstadt, you inadvertently eavesdropped on a meeting between a huge dragon and a mysterious figure. As you proceeded with various doubts in your mind, a perky young girl showed up to block your path.
(As the player leaves the forest)
???: Hey, you! Stop right there!
???: May the Anemo God protect you, stranger!
Amber: I am Amber, Outrider for the Knights of Favonius.
Amber: You don't look like citizens of Mondstadt. Explain yourselves!
Paimon: We're not looking for trouble.
Amber: That's what all the troublemakers say.
Icon Dialogue Talk.png Hello, I'm (Traveler).
Amber: ...Doesn't sound like a local name to me.
Amber: And this... mascot, what's the deal with it?
Icon Dialogue Talk.png We're friends.
Paimon: We've only been traveling partners for two months, but...
Paimon: We've already become the very best of friends!
Icon Dialogue Talk.png Emergency food.
Paimon: Hey! That's even worse than being a mascot!
Amber: So to sum it up, you're traveling partners, right?
Amber: Well look, there's been a large dragon sighted around Mondstadt recently. Best you get inside the city as soon as possible.
Amber: It's not far from here, I'll escort you there.
Paimon: Oh? Aren't you out here for some other reason?
Amber: I am. But not to worry, I can keep you both safe while doing that too.
Amber: Besides... I'm still not sure if I can trust you two just yet!
Icon Dialogue Talk.png Why so suspicious?
Icon Dialogue Talk.png That's a rather rude way to speak to guests.
Amber: Oh, ahh... I'm sorry. Probably not something I should say as a knight.
Amber: I give you my apologies, uh... strange yet... respectable travelers.
Paimon: That sounded so fake!
Amber: Do you have something against the type of language usage prescribed by the Knights of Favonius Handbook!?
(Obtain Amber)

(As the player goes to the designated location)
Amber: So, suspicious travelers, what are you doing in Mondstadt?
Paimon: (Traveler) got separated from (his sister/her brother) during a really, really long journey.
Paimon: Paimon is (his/her) travel buddy, helping (him/her) to find (his sister/her brother).
Amber: Oh, looking for your family... Huh.
Amber: Ah...
Amber: Okay! Let me finish my other stuff first, and then I can help you put up posters around the city...
Paimon: What exactly is it you need to finish doing first?
Amber: It's simple. You'll understand in a bit.

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Wind-Riding Knight
Chinese
(Simplified)
随风而来的骑士
Suífēng'érlái de Qíshì
The Knight Who Came With the Wind
Chinese
(Traditional)
隨風而來的騎士
Suífēng'érlái de Qíshì
Japanese 風と共に来た騎士
Kaze to Tomo ni Kita Kishi[!]
The Knight Who Came With the Wind
Korean 바람을 따라 온 기사
Baram-eul Ttara On Gisa
The Knight Who Came With the Wind
Spanish El caballero del vientoThe Knight of the Wind[• 1]
French Chevalier du ventKnight of the Wind
Russian Скаут, принесённый ветром
Skaut, prinesyonnyy vetrom
Scout, Carried by the Wind
Thai อัศวินผู้มากับสายลม
Atsawin phu ma kap sailom
A Knight Comes With the Wind
Vietnamese Kỵ Sĩ Đến Từ Ngọn Gió
German Ein Ritter wie vom Wind hergefegtA Knight as Swept by the Wind
Indonesian Knight Pengendara AnginWind-Riding Knight
Portuguese Cavaleiro Montado no VentoKnight Mounted on the Wind[• 2]
  1. ES: "El caballero" is specifically the male version of the word "Knight", even though it's referring to Amber
  2. PT: "Cavaleiro" is specifically the male version of the word "Knight", even though it's referring to Amber

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

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