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Genshin Impact Tartaglia
Meet Tartaglia — the cunning Snezhnayan whose unpredictable personality keeps people guessing his every move.
Don’t be under any illusion as to what he might be thinking or what his intentions are. Just remember this: Behind that innocent, childlike exterior lies a finely honed instrument of war.In-game Description
Genshin Impact Tartaglia is one of playable character in the game.
Genshin Impact Tartaglia Guide & Wiki
Below is a list of all details about Genshin Impact Tartaglia, including his talents, constellation, ascension, base stats, and story entries.
|Cutting Torrent||Normal/Charged Attack|
|Normal Attack : Perform up to 6 consecutive shots with a bow.
Charged Attack : Perform a more precise Aimed Shot with increased DMG. While aiming, the power of Hydro will accumulate on the arrowhead. An arrow fully charged with the torrent will deal Hydro DMG and apply the Riptide status.
Riptide : Opponents affected by Riptide will suffer from AoE Hydro DMG effects when attacked by Tartaglia in various ways. DMG dealt in this way is considered Normal Attack dmg.
When Tartaglia is in Foul Legacy: Raging Tide’s Melee Stance, he cannot perform a plunging attack.
|Foul Legacy: Raging Tide||Elemental Skill|
|Unleashes a set of weaponry made of pure water, dealing Hydro DMG to surrounding opponents and entering Melee Stance.
In this Stance, Tartaglia’s Normal and Charged Attacks are converted to Hydro DMG that cannot be overridden by any other elemental infusion and change as follows:
Normal Attack : Perform up to 6 consecutive Hydro strikes.
Charged Attack : Consumes a certain amount of Stamina to unleash a cross slash, dealing Hydro DMG.
Riptide Slash : Hitting an opponent affected by Riptide with a melee attack unleashes a Riptide Slash that deals AoE Hydro DMG. DMG dealt in this way is considered Elemental Skill DMG, and can only occur once every 1.5s.
After 30s, or when the ability is unleashed again, this skill will end. Tartaglia will return to his Ranged Stance and this ability will enter CD. The longer Tartaglia stays in his Melee Stance, the longer the CD. If the return to a ranged stance occurs automatically after 30s, the CD is even longer.
|Havoc: Obliteration||Elemental Burst|
|Performs different attacks based on what stance Tartaglia is in when casting.
Ranged Stance: Flash of Havoc : Swiftly fires a Hydro-imbued magic arrow, dealing AoE Hydro DMG and applying the Riptide status. Returns a portion of its Energy Cost after use.
Melee Stance: Light of Obliteration : Performs a slash with a large AoE, dealing massive Hydro DMG to all surrounding opponents, which triggers Riptide Blast.
Riptide Blast : When the obliterating waters hit an opponent affected by Riptide, it clears their Riptide status and triggers a Hydro Explosion that deals AoE Hydro DMG. DMG dealt in this way is considered Elemental Burst DMG.
|Never Ending||Extends Riptide duration by 8s.|
|Sword of Torrents||When Tartaglia is in Foul Legacy: Raging Tide’s Melee stance, on dealing a CRIT hit, Normal and Charged Attacks apply the Riptide status effects to opponents.|
|Master of Weaponry||Increases your own party members’ Normal Attack Level by 1.|
Each Constellation activation requires a Stella Fortuna.
|1||Foul Legacy: Tide Withholder||Decrease the CD of Foul Legacy: Raging Tide by 20%.|
|2||Foul Legacy: Understream||When opponents affected by Riptide are defeated. Tartaglia regenerates 4 Elemental Energy.|
|3||Abyssal Mayhem: Vortex of Turmoil||Increases the Level of Foul Legacy: Raging Tide by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|4||Abyssal Mayhem: Hydrosprout||If Tartaglia is in Foul Legacy: Raging Tide’s Melee Stance, triggers Riptide Slash against opponents on the field affected by Riptide every 4s, otherwise, triggers Riptide Flash.
Riptide Slashes and Riptide Flashes triggered by this Constellation effect are not subject to the time intervals that would typically apply to these two Riptide effects, nor do they have any effects on those time intervals.
|5||Havoc: Formless Blade||Increases the level of Havoc: Obliteration by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|6||Havoc: Annihilation||When Havoc: Obliteration is cast in Melee stance, the CD of Foul Legacy: Raging Tide is reset. This effect will only take place once Tartaglia returns to his Ranged Stance.|
|Ascension||Max Lvl||Mora||Elemental Material 1||Elemental Material 2||Local Specialty||Common Material|
|1st||20||20,000||Varunada Lazurite Sliver ×1||None||Starconch ×3||Recruit’s Insignia ×3|
|2nd||40||40,000||Varunada Lazurite Fragment ×3||Cleansing Heart ×2||Starconch ×10||Recruit’s Insignia ×15|
|3rd||50||60,000||Varunada Lazurite Fragment ×6||Cleansing Heart ×4||Starconch ×20||Sergeant’s Insignia ×12|
|4th||60||80,000||Varunada Lazurite Chunk ×3||Cleansing Heart ×8||Starconch ×30||Sergeant’s Insignia ×18|
|5th||70||100,000||Varunada Lazurite Chunk ×6||Cleansing Heart ×12||Starconch ×45||Lieutenant’s Insignia ×12|
|6th||80||120,000||Varunada Lazurite Gemstone ×6||Cleansing Heart ×20||Starconch ×60||Lieutenant’s Insignia ×24|
Character Story Entries
As the youngest Harbinger in the history of the Fatui, Childe is hardly bound by convention, and plays by his own rules accordingly.
Though this lone wolf is not so well-received by his peers and is also at odds with their methods, his cavalier demeanor hides a responsible, watertight meticulousness.
He is a proud man of his word. Even if the promise he makes is absurd, he will never break it. Be it exterminating all the dragons inside their lairs, venturing into a domain of extreme danger, or single-handedly overthrowing the territory of a nobleman…
He not only keeps his promises, but also does so with finesse and surgical precision.. As the Harbingers’ vanguard, Childe always appears in the vulnerable underbellies of Snezhnaya’s enemy states, striking as a conflict is about to erupt.
Many myths in Snezhnaya say that Tartaglia has been on the battlefield since he was 14 years old.
Oddly enough, at that young age he already seemed to be a skilled slaughterer with mastery of many forms of martial arts.
But more terrifying than his skill in combat was his passion for it. Perilous battles would only excite him, and terrifying foes would exhilarate him all the more.
Childe’s arrogance and conceit are derived from honing himself across countless battles, and from unmatched combat experience.
On the other hand, because they fret about the way his quarrelsome personality tends to invite unwanted trouble, the other Harbingers constantly try to get him sent on missions to places as far from Snezhnaya as possible, so that they can avoid the fallout.
The man is incomprehensibly ever in the eye of the storm, and these unusual experiences have also made him quite the show-off who revels in the praise of others.
Unlike other members of the Harbingers, who prefer to keep a low profile, Tartaglia will often go to watch public performances — occasionally even becoming part of the show himself.
Ice fishing has been one of Tartaglia’s hobbies since childhood.
In those days, he was known neither by the names Tartaglia nor “Childe,” as the Fatui call him, but as Ajax, named by his father after some hero’s tale. He and his father would cut holes open upon frozen lakes, before sitting beside them and tend to their fishing lines.
This was no easy task, and would sometimes take the entire morning.
But whether it was chiseling away at the thick ice or the long waits in between catches, he was always accompanied by his father’s unending tales of adventure.
These were stories of his father’s adventures from when he was young, and they became the future that Tartaglia secretly envisioned for himself.
So he would pay close attention, putting himself into the shoes of the protagonist of those tales, immersing himself fully in them even as they waited for a fish to bite.
Even after leaving home, Ajax, later to be known as “Childe” Tartaglia, would keep up that hobby of his.
No longer accompanied by the stories of bygone days, fishing instead became an opportunity to train — to hone his endurance, and reflect on combat techniques.
Such long periods of meditation to refine his skills swiftly relegated the question of a successful catch to irrelevance.
Unlike what the rest of the world may think, Tartaglia was not born with his exceptional skills in battle.
But he would never speak to everyone about that critical fateful encounter of his…
When he was 14, he fled his monotonous life at home with nothing but a shortsword and a bag of bread in hand.
That 14-year-old boy got lost in the snowy forest.
Pursued by bears and wolf packs, he lost his footing and fell into a bottomless crack in the earth’s surface.
There, he witnessed the endless possibilities of another ancient world. There, he would meet a mysterious swordswoman…
Or perhaps one should say that this dark realm had sensed the burning ambition in this boy’s heart.
This darkness was something that the Harbinger Childe could never again delve into.
In those three months, the swordswoman taught Tartaglia how to pass through the Abyss unhindered, and more importantly, nurtured the ability to stir up endless havoc from within Ajax’s trouble-mongering nature.
No one knew what happened within that darkness during those three months, nor would Ajax ever speak of this to anyone. When his worried mother and sisters finally found him in that forest, only 3 days had passed in this world.
Thus did Ajax’s first adventure end, with his now-rusty shortsword in hand.
This would mark the end of his youth and the beginning of his days as a warrior.
By the time he returned home, the young man was no longer the same.
He was no longer frightened and hesitant but had become frivolous and confident. He acted as if this world revolved around him, and as if battle existed for his sake.
Conflict often brings about change, and this capricious, incalculable change attracted Ajax like a revolving kaleidoscope.
In the eyes of his father, that third son that he had so worried about had changed for the worse, bringing much havoc uncalled-for to the seaside village of Morepesok.
Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that Ajax had become a nexus of strife, for no matter where he went, fights and squabbles would follow — and he reveled in it.
Ultimately, after a huge brawl was pacified with some difficulty and with some near-fatal misses, his father had no choice but to hand his beloved son over for conscription into the Fatui.
He hoped that the strict military training of the Fatui could hone his son’s temper, but wound up watching fully-armed troops getting the stuffing beaten out of them by a mere child.
This was a great disappointment to his father, but it also caught the attention of Pulcinella, the 5th Harbinger.
Shocked by Ajax’s great strength, and curious about how he had invariably became the eye of a vortex of discord, Pulcinella inducted Ajax into the Fatui under the pretext of meting out punishment, ordering him to start from the bottom and take up the duty of serving the Tsaritsa.
His insatiable desire for conquest would thus be constantly satiated in fighting for the Fatui, and his ever-burgeoning ego would gorge upon the elation of vanquishing mighty foes…
Until at last, Ajax was chosen to be one of the Fatui Harbingers, donning the mantle of “Childe” Tartaglia and becoming one of the most powerful people in Snezhnaya.
But becoming Tartaglia was far from his end goal. To someone who sought to conquer the world, this was but a tiny step in his journey.
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