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Genshin Impact Kaedehara Kazuha
A wandering samurai from Inazuma who is currently with Liyue’s Crux Fleet. A gentle and carefree soul whose heart hides a great many burdens from the past.
It’s hard to say if weathering life’s storms has eroded any sharp edges he once had or his reserved nature keeps them hidden from view. The first time most people meet Kaedehara Kazuha, they presume he is just another trainee crew member aboard The Crux.In-game Description
Kaedehara Kazuha is one of playable character in Genshin Impact.
Genshin Impact Kaedehara Kazuha Guide & Wiki
Below is a list of all details about Genshin Impact Kaedehara Kazuha, including his talents, constellation, ascension, base stats, and story entries.
|Garyuu Bladework||Normal Attack|
|Unleashes a secret technique as fierce as the rushing wind that pulls objects and opponents towards Kazuha’s current position before launching opponents within the AoE, dealing Anemo DMG and lifting Kazuha into the air on a rushing gust of wind.
|Kazuha Slash||Elemental Burst|
|The signature technique of Kazuha’s self-styled bladework — a single slash that strikes with the force of the first winds of autumn, dealing AoE Anemo DMG. The blade’s passage will leave behind a field named “Autumn Whirlwind” that periodically deals AoE Anemo DMG to opponents within its range.
|Soumon Swordsmanship||If Chihayaburu comes into contact with Hydro/Pyro/Cryo/Electro when cast, Chihayaburu will absorb that element and if Plunging Attack: Midare Ranzan is used before the effect expires, it will deal an additional 200% ATK of the absorbed elemental type as DMG. This will be considered Plunging Attack DMG. Elemental Absorption may only occur once per use of Chihayaburu.|
|Poetics of Fuubutsu||Upon triggering a Swirl reaction, Kaedehara Kazuha will grant all party members a 0.04% Elemental DMG Bonus to the element absorbed by Swirl for every point of Elemental Mastery he has for 8s. Bonuses for different elements obtained through this method can co-exist.|
|Cloud Strider||Decreases sprinting Stamina consumption for your own party members by 20%. Not stackable with Passive Talents that provide the exact same effects.|
Each Constellation activation requires a Stella Fortuna.
|1||Scarlet Hills||Decreases Chihayaburu’s CD by 10%. Using Kazuha Slash resets the CD of Chihayaburu.|
|2||Yamaarashi Tailwind||The Autumn Whirlwind field created by Kazuha Slash has the following effects:
|3||Maple Monogatari||Increases the Level of Chihayaburu by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|4||Oozora Genpou||When Kaedehara Kazuha’s Energy is lower than 45, he obtains the following effects:
|5||Wisdom of Bansei||Increases the Level of Kazuha Slash by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|6||Crimson Momiji||After using Chihayaburu or Kazuha Slash, Kaedehara Kazuha gains an Anemo Infusion for 5s. Additionally, each point of Elemental Mastery will increase the DMG dealt by Kaedehara Kazuha’s Normal, Charged, and Plunging Attack by 0.2%.|
|Ascension||Max Lvl||Mora||Elemental Material 1||Elemental Material 2||Local Specialty||Common Material|
|1st||20/40||20,000||Vayuda Turquoise Sliver ×1||None||Sea Ganoderma ×3||Treasure Hoarder Insignia ×3|
|2nd||40/50||40,000||Vayuda Turquoise Fragment ×3||Marionette Core ×2||Sea Ganoderma ×10||Treasure Hoarder Insignia ×15|
|3rd||50/60||60,000||Vayuda Turquoise Fragment ×6||Marionette Core ×4||Sea Ganoderma ×20||Silver Raven Insignia ×12|
|4th||60/70||80,000||Vayuda Turquoise Chunk ×3||Marionette Core ×8||Sea Ganoderma ×30||Silver Raven Insignia ×18|
|5th||70/80||100,000||Vayuda Turquoise Chunk ×6||Marionette Core ×12||Sea Ganoderma ×45||Golden Raven Insignia ×12|
|6th/Max||80/90||120,000||Vayuda Turquoise Gemstone ×6||Marionette Core ×20||Sea Ganoderma ×60||Golden Raven Insignia ×24|
Character Story Entries
Below is Genshin Impact Kaedehara Kazuha ‘s Character Story.
The Crux, an armed fleet from Liyue, spends much of the year on the high seas, and its sailors are quite used to the vagaries of life in other nations. So they were more curious than surprised when an outlander began serving as a sailor on their flagship, the Alcor.
The sailor in question was picked up when the Alcor docked at the Inazuman port of Ritou.
Beidou had made friends with this young man, and when he came on board, she told her crew, “This guy’s gonna be staying with us for a while. Take care of him, now.”
The sailors trusted Beidou’s judgment and admired the newcomer for his martial prowess, not to mention his ability to predict the weather, so they were happy to overlook his reticence to discuss his past, and welcomed him aboard.
Still, their curiosity did not abate, and they would often find all sorts of excuses to try and ply him for information about his experiences.
“I’ve heard that they make some sweet blades there in Inazuma and that the bigger the fish you are, the swankier the sword. So, uh… how’s yours measure up?”
Kazuha would remain silent in the face of all such queries.
Over time, after countless attempts to garner a response proved futile, the sailors would simply give up asking.
Eventually, it was an off-the-cuff remark from Chief Mate, Juza, just a few days later that finally managed to elicit a reply.
“Hey, Inazuma boy. What are the lads supposed to call you if they don’t even know your name?”
The young sailor wiped the sweat from his brow with his callused hands.
“My name is Kaedehara Kazuha, a wandering samurai. I am in your debt for taking me in, so just call me ‘Kazuha.'”
Kazuha was not born a commoner. He hails from an Inazuman noble house of old, the last son of the Kaedehara Clan.
Inazuma City is home to many illustrious clans, and the Kaedehara name was once one of the most renowned among them. But fortune is fickle, and the Kaedeharas’ fortunes had already collapsed by the time they were Kazuha’s to inherit.
As the young master of the house, Kazuha could do nothing but watch as his family’s future crumbled around him. But as helpless as this made him feel, when the moment came that the home was officially repossessed and the last attendant was finally dismissed, he breathed a sigh of relief: As far as he was concerned, this was a golden opportunity to begin leading a free and wandering life.
He had always longed to roam the mountains and forests, and had held a deep admiration for the beauty and authenticity of nature since his youth.
To Kazuha, nature had never been silent. It had always spoken to him, conveying its feelings in its own unique language.
When the wind ceases to speak and the world falls silent, that is the calm before the skies begin to weep. When silent springs suddenly leap into activity, it is the omen of a great earthquake.
These are the unique poetics that nature has bestowed upon him, and Kazuha was never one to be preoccupied with luxury anyway — so if the burden of family responsibility should drop from his shoulders, why not go wandering, and travel light?
Thus did Kazuha strike out on his journey, like a falling leaf in the yard carried away by the wind.
All travelers who outdoors roam need some skill to call their own. For Kazuha, this is his ability to read the sounds of nature.
After leaving Inazuma City, Kazuha wandered here and there. Things were different now: all of nature was his treasured home, and the sounds of wind and water beneath the sight of drifting clouds set his heart at ease.
All that he saw on the road filled him with curiosity. It was in this state of mind that Kazuha arrived at a mountain in the south.
It was early summer, and the frequent and heavy rainfall had turned the mountain roads to mud. Seeing that night was soon to fall, Kazuha decided to find somewhere to shelter from the rain. No sooner had he had this thought than he turned around to see a small straw hut at the far end of the road.
The traveling merchant with whom he was traveling at that time whooped for joy at the sight of the hut: “Kazuha, look! We’ll have a roof over our heads tonight!”
But Kazuha did not speak. He paused and listened intently for a long while before he finally replied: “If you were to ask my opinion… it may be best to stay away.”
But the merchant did not wish to remain in the rain. He left Kazuha and made his way to the house.
Upon knocking at the door, the traveling merchant was met by a lovely woman who offered him shelter, tea, food, and even bedding for the night.
Perhaps it was the excellent food, but the merchant quickly became drowsy and fell asleep immediately after finishing his meal.
When he awoke the following morning, there was no roof over his head. The bright sunlight pierced his eyes, and all he could see was Kazuha stood nearby, looking down at him and smiling.
Before the merchant could speak, he vomited a great pile of leaves and mud. And as for the bedding upon which he had slept so soundly, ah, it too was mud.
Kazuha smiled and said: “The wind is weaker where there are houses. Yet here stood a hut, and there was no change in the mountain breeze. I think you might have been the victim of a bake-danuki’s prank. Never mind. Next time, listen more closely to the wind and tread with care.”
Kazuha made many friends during his travels. One of them was particularly close to his heart, and for a time, the two journeyed together.
But they too would part, for their destinations were different.
To have met merely by chance and then form such a strong bond, there must be a fated connection between them… so, although they would part ways for now, surely they would meet again. Or so Kazuha thought.
But something happened soon thereafter that would shatter his calm disposition — the Almighty Shogun promulgated the Vision Hunt Decree and swore to retrieve all Visions.
All who wielded them, including Kazuha, were stricken with panic, concealing their identities and going into hiding.
It was then that Kazuha received shocking news: Someone had dared to call for a “duel before the throne,” and that someone was none other than Kazuha’s dear friend.
The defeated party in a duel before the throne would face punishment at the hand of the Shogun herself. His friend was prepared to risk all to come before the throne, partly for the chance to fight against a strong foe, but also to demonstrate the meaning of courage to all.
And yet, to call for this challenge now, of all times… Kazuha feared that his punishment, should he fail, would be absolute: The Almighty Shogun would unleash her lightning upon him in its full fury, and it would surely take his life.
Even the normally calm Kazuha could not restrain himself. He drew his sword and stormed into Tenshukaku like a whirlwind… But alas, he arrived too late.
His friend’s sword lay shattered in pieces, his Vision now an empty husk. Now a wanted man himself, Kazuha fled with grief in his heart.
From that moment on, the days of peaceful wanderings were over, and Kazuha’s life became an unending series of battles.
Kazuha did not fear battle, of course, but the constant fighting left him feeling lost and perplexed.
He did not regret having set out on his doomed rescue mission, nor did he begrudge his friend for leaving him, but he could not help but think…
“Is this endless conflict truly the only way to assert one’s ideals?”
The Crux Fleet became Kazuha’s new home, and he drifted on the ocean wherever it took him.
Trouble still found him from time to time, but no issue was insurmountable with the support of the Crux crew.
From his vantage point on the Alcor’s crow’s nest, gazing out at the azure sea and sky, he finally had the space to think over the tumultuous events of his past and what it all meant to him.
“Every samurai wishes to live their life with passion and to claim the greatest reputation possible using the sword in their hands.”
“But there will always be those whose base desires lead them astray from the path of justice and virtue, and whose blades leave an endless trail of enmity in their wake.”
“Surely the heavens did not give us fleshly forms and the gods did not watch over our lives all so that we might take up arms against one another.”
“Then, this sword I wield is not meant to slay, but to save…”
“Yes, this shall be my path as a samurai, and I shall defend it all my days.”
As he reached the conclusion of his thoughts, Kazuha was suddenly inspired to pen down a few verses to serve as a maxim for himself thereafter… but before he could get started, he was interrupted by an irate voice from down below:
“Hey, Kazuha, quit gawking at the sky — get down here and lend a hand!”
It seemed the maxim would have to wait for another day. Whatever the helmsman, Sea Drake, needed help with clearly couldn’t wait.
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