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Genshin Impact Eula
A rebellious descendant of the old aristocracy who is always out on the battlefield.
As one born into the old aristocracy, carrying the bloodline of sinners, Eula has needed a unique approach to the world to navigate the towering walls of prejudice peacefully. Of course, this did not prevent her from severing ties with her clan. As the outstanding Spindrift Knight, she hunts down Mondstadt’s enemies in the wild to exact her unique “vengeance.”In-game Description
Eula is one of playable character in Genshin Impact.
Genshin Impact Eula Guide & Wiki
Below is a list of all details about Genshin Impact Eula, including her talents, constellation, ascension, base stats, and story entries.
|Favonius Bladework – Edel||Normal Attack|
|Icetide Vortex||Elemental Skill|
|Sharp frost, swift blade.
If Grimheart stacks are consumed, surrounding opponents will have their Physical RES and Cryo RES decreased.
|Glacial Illumination||Elemental Burst|
|Brandishes her greatsword, dealing Cryo DMG to nearby opponents and creating a Lightfall Sword that follows her around for a duration of up to 7s. While present, the Lightfall Sword increases Eula’s resistance to interruption. When Eula’s own Normal Attack, Elemental Skill, and Elemental Burst deal DMG to opponents, they will charge the Lightfall Sword, which can gain an energy stack once every 0.1s. Once its duration ends, the Lightfall Sword will descend and explode violently, dealing Physical DMG to nearby opponents. This DMG scales on the number of energy stacks the Lightfall Sword has accumulated. If Eula leaves the field, the Lightfall Sword will immediately explode.|
|Roiling Rime||If 2 stacks of Grimheart are consumed upon unleashing the Holding Mode of Icetide Vortex, a Shattered Lightfall Sword will be created that will explode immediately, dealing 50% of the basic Physical DMG dealt by a Lightfall Sword created by Glacial Illumination.|
|Wellspring of War-Lust||When Glacial Illumination is cast, the CD of Icetide Vortex is reset and Eula gains 1 stack of Grimheart.|
|Aristocratic Introspection||When Eula crafts Character Talent Materials, she has a 10% chance to receive double the product.|
Each Constellation activation requires a Stella Fortuna.
|1||Tidal Illusion||Every time Icetide Vortex’s Grimheart stacks are consumed, Eula’s Physical DMG is increased by 30% for 6s. Each stack consumed will increase the duration of this effect by 6s up to a maximum of 18s.|
|2||Lady of Seafoam||Decreases the CD of Icetide Vortex’s Holding Mode, rendering it identical to Tapping CD.|
|3||Lawrence Pedigree||Increases the Level of Glacial Illumination by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|4||The Obstinacy of One’s Inferiors||Lightfall Swords deal 25% increased DMG against opponents with less than 50% HP.|
|5||Chivalric Quality||Increases the Level of Icetide Vortex by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|6||Noble Obligation||Lightfall Swords created by Glacial Illumination start with 5 stacks of energy. Normal Attacks, Elemental Skills, and Elemental Bursts have a 50% chance to grant the Lightning Sword an additional stack of energy.|
|Ascension||Max Lvl||Mora||Elemental Material 1||Elemental Material 2||Local Specialty||Common Material|
|1st||20/40||20,000||Shivada Jade Sliver ×1||None||Dandelion Seed ×3||Damaged Mask ×3|
|2nd||40/50||40,000||Shivada Jade Fragment ×3||Crystalline Bloom ×2||Dandelion Seed ×10||Damaged Mask ×15|
|3rd||50/60||60,000||Shivada Jade Fragment ×6||Crystalline Bloom ×4||Dandelion Seed ×20||Stained Mask ×12|
|4th||60/70||80,000||Shivada Jade Chunk ×3||Crystalline Bloom ×8||Dandelion Seed ×30||Stained Mask ×18|
|5th||70/80||100,000||Shivada Jade Chunk ×6||Crystalline Bloom ×12||Dandelion Seed ×45||Ominous Mask ×12|
|6th/Max||80/90||120,000||Shivada Jade Gemstone ×6||Crystalline Bloom ×20||Dandelion Seed ×60||Ominous Mask ×24|
Character Story Entries
Below is Genshin Impact Eula ‘s Character Story.
On one hand, she is a descendant of the disgraced Lawrence Clan, the scion of a corrupt aristocracy. On the other, she is one of the top two sword fighters in Mondstadt. In other words, Eula is equal parts tainted blood and superior swordsmanship.
There is no knowing when she might strike, nor what she might take from you… In the eyes of the citizens of Mondstadt, the Reconnaissance Captain is as unpredictable and tumultuous as the waves on a stormy sea.
Eula responds with a cold haughtiness to accusations of this nature. To any who dare insinuate such things to her face, she replies, “How dare you. Hmph, I will remember this.”
She is consumed by the desire to avenge herself, but is often on the move far away from the city. Sometimes upon her return to Mondstadt, she will brandish her greatsword and march straight to the Knights of Favonius headquarters.
On one occasion, two fresh recruits standing guard on their first day on patrol watched this scene play out before their eyes. Alarmed and unsure how to respond, they ultimately did not dare to intervene. Instead, they simply watched on helplessly while Eula made a beeline for Master Jean’s office.
Much to their surprise, however, hours passed and no sound of a struggle was heard from within.
Still worried, the guards raised their concerns to Cavalry Captain Kaeya and Librarian Lisa as they were passing by.
“The Reconnaissance Captain is back again? When you saw her, was it when she was marching towards Jean’s office with her sword in hand, looking like she wanted to kill somebody?”
“Goodness, I must head there straight away. How can they have a tea break without me?”
Lisa hurried to Jean’s office the moment she finished speaking. Meanwhile, Kaeya took the two guards outside and explained to them whilst trying to suppress a fit of the giggles:
“We all know that the Acting Grand Master is a good judge of character, don’t we? The Knights of Favonius are interested in a person’s ability, not their family history. That’s why she gives up her time to spar with the Reconnaissance Captain. In doing so, she can preserve the dignity of the Knights of Favonius while also providing a way of settling old grievances. Quite brilliant, don’t you think?”
“Ohh… S—So that’s how it is…” “…So ‘tea break’ is code for ‘sparring’…?”
This kind of thing occurs almost on a monthly basis. But… if they’re engaged in some sort of strange sparring ritual in there for the sake of settling old grievances and honing their fighting skills… How come they don’t make a ton of noise?
In truth, Eula is nothing like the fearsome predator many imagine her to be. On the contrary, constantly being met with prejudice at every turn means she is often the victim.
At one time, shops would refuse to sell her their goods, restaurants would put no care and attention into her orders, and the citizens on her patrol route would refuse to cooperate with her. So, Eula’s work is fraught with difficulties.
When conflict arises, Eula fights back with a sternly worded threat to indicate that she will remember this grievance and make the offending party pay for it one day. It seems to work like a magic spell, because as soon as these words are uttered, the conflict ceases immediately without ever having to escalate to the level of an all-out confrontation.
Funnily enough, although people always have their guard up around Eula, she is a law-abiding citizen and has never harmed another Mondstadter in her life. She may come across as having a somewhat frosty demeanor, but she is entirely scrupulous in her speech and conduct.
No-one can ever find fault with her actions, and as people gradually get to know her, their morbid fear of her will dissipate. They will also start to realize her threats of vengeance are nothing more than a figure of speech that simply serve as a verbal warning in the moment.
Eula, who may or may not be working to bring down the Knights of Favonius from the inside… Eula, who may or may not be an aristocrat mole… New recruits in the Knights of Favonius find her the most difficult person to deal with.
When Jean sends a new recruit to track down Eula in the wilds and deliver a new set of verbal orders, they always receive the same response: “If you have to resort to tasking the descendant of your former oppressors with doing your work, then perhaps you are not as strong as I thought.”
But despite the antagonism in her words, she will complete her newly assigned tasks to perfection. The new recruit is invariably forced to admit that with her abilities, it is no wonder she was able to achieve a captaincy within just a few years of joining the Knights.
Everyone knows Eula is the frosty and antagonistic Spindrift Knight, the aristocrat who has a score to settle with the Knights of Favonius, the openly hostile and potentially dangerous individual… but is this really the truth of who she is?
On the way back, the new recruit thinks back over Eula’s every action.
What was that kind and resilient look I saw in her eyes when she wasn’t looking at me? She seems to take her job seriously… So, surely she can be relied on after all?
Mondstadt is a city of freedom and happiness where even the descendants of a disgraced former ruling class can find true friends.
If there is one person among the Mondstadt masses that Eula can trust, it is Outrider Amber.
Everybody loves Amber, so when she is around, shopkeepers will sell their wares to Eula at the normal price. If they’re in an especially good mood, they may even say a few words to her during the process. It is at moments like this that Eula shows her most agreeable side.
Because of this, and because Amber is just so nice, she’ll often accompany Eula on trips out, or even run all her errands for her and deliver the goods straight to her home.
Amber is also the reason that the city folk end up hearing all about the Reconnaissance Captain’s accomplishments out in the field. Each time Amber informs them of Eula’s long list of achievements in battle, they can’t help but let out a little gasp of surprise.
Early one weekend morning, Amber stood behind a makeshift rostrum erected on a wooden crate and began announcing Eula’s latest highlights: “Recently, the Knights of Favonius Reconnaissance Captain saved the life of a woman at Dornman Port. After further investigation with this woman’s close cooperation, she then proceeded to successfully capture all the Abyss Order operatives hiding in the vicinity of the port. The woman in question was a renowned legal expert from Liyue, and the Knights of Favonius have since received official correspondence from the Liyue Communications Office thanking the Reconnaissance Captain for her deeds…”
Whether because Amber’s persistent efforts have overcome historical prejudices or because Eula’s achievements as a knight have quelled the long-standing fear in people’s hearts, Eula’s life has changed noticeably in recent years. Most of the city folk are no longer hostile towards her, and she has won over the members of the Knights of Favonius with her consistent results in the field.
As for the members of the Reconnaissance Company under her leadership, they support her unconditionally. They always have her back when they head out to Mondstadt’s outskirts to defend the peace of their nation.
Of course, the person who has always tirelessly rooted for Eula and is now the most delighted to see people’s attitudes towards her change is Amber. They had been friends for a long time before Eula ever joined the Knights of Favonius, and as the granddaughter and beloved mentee of the first Outrider, Eula trusts her completely.
One might not expect this from her frosty attitude and sharp tongue, but Eula is a talented chef.
The Reconnaissance Company today prides itself on having the best field rations in the Knights of Favonius. One staple of their inventory is a moon-shaped pie. Though a field ration, this wonderfully delicious and highly portable food is loved by all who try it.
The Reconnaissance Company’s designated chef once admitted that when developing this item, she was inspired by the captain’s own baked goods. She extended the baking time to make the crust tougher and also substituted a few highly perishable ingredients with ones that last longer, reducing the cost while significantly prolonging the shelf life.
Even after such a major change to the recipe, the pie still tasted delicious. So, whenever the scouts are snacking, they can’t help but wonder: If this is the field ration version, how delicious must the captain’s original recipe taste?
The answer to this question is buried deep within the pages of a dusty old book in the library. The Lawrence Clan may have been overthrown a long time ago, but they have never given up hope of one day rising again and reclaiming their place as the ruling class. So that they are always prepared for this monumental moment, their offspring are subjected to an educational regime so unbelievably harsh that it is considered borderline abusive.
“Noble obligations” must be performed to absolute perfection in every possible sense, and these obligations cover etiquette, ritual, and study as well as cooking and other domestic chores.
In the eyes of the Lawrence Clan, “Post-liberation Mondstadt lacks etiquette and taste. When the day comes for our clan to seize power once more, there shall be none who are qualified to be our servants. We must be cautious. We must never stoop to the level of the commoners and set foot in the quagmire of vulgarity.”
The Lawrence Clan’s culinary arts teacher was particularly strict. If your dough was missing a half-spoonful of flour, or if your condiment was a few grains of salt short, or if you were two seconds late removing something from the oven, you were likely to be both scolded and disciplined. As far as Eula is concerned, the haute cuisine revered by the aristocrats is just another worthless consequence of people dogmatically following outdated rules.
For this reason, the only kind of person who Eula will permit to try her own home baking is someone who she… respects…? No, that would be taking it too far. Rather, it should be someone who she grudgingly accepts “will keep following me around and bothering me, seemingly undeterred by my warnings, despite having crossed me many times to date.”
Besides traditional etiquette, art is the second most highly prized asset to the aristocrats, known as the “second soul.”
The “Dance of Sacrifice” — a ritual used by illustrious families to display their nobility — is thought of as the crystallized form of this soul, the prize gem in the ruler’s scepter.
Folklore holds that Mondstadt’s most illustrious clans jointly created the Dance of Sacrifice long before the aristocracy’s reign of bloodshed began.
The third act, which represents the Lawrence Clan, is a solo dance known as “Flickering Candlelight.” The most important part of the Dance of Sacrifice, it was performed by the most senior dancer, who was typically the eldest daughter of the clan.
The Lawrence Clan would summon top dancers to serve as tutors for the eldest daughter and ensure it was performed to perfection. Bleeding toes were seen as a point of pride and a rite of passage for every dancer.
This ancient ceremony was a continuous tradition for so long that even today, long after being expelled by the people of Mondstadt, the Lawrence Clan still honors it.
However, without the grand banquet and the gorgeous stage that once featured prominently in ceremonial performances, the Dance of Sacrifice is now far from the grandiose affair it once was. Furthermore, the stringent requirements regarding the dancer’s posture and movements have also been relaxed due to the lack of tutors. In the end, the Lawrence Clan reluctantly decided that it could no longer be a mandatory part of the curriculum, and they relegated it to a artistic pastime.
Over time, the negative connotations and elitist expectations associated with this dance have faded away, and today it survives simply as a graceful dance.
As the eldest daughter of the present-day Lawrence Clan, Eula found it to be a relaxing pastime in her youth and a welcome respite from her other grueling courses of study.
Today, Eula appears to have put her artistic pursuits behind her. At least, no-one pictures dancing when they think of the Spindrift Knight.
Nevertheless, a distinctly dance-like aesthetic can be observed in Eula’s bladework, along with an elegant rhythm and musicality that are difficult to capture in words.
As her greatsword rises and falls and sways to and fro, her distinctive and graceful poise is like that of a dancer under the moonlight: faraway, immaculate, and sublime.
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