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Genshin Impact 2.0: All the new enemies available in Inazuma

Genshin Impact 2.0: All the new enemies available in Inazuma

Genshin Impact Update 2.0 is now live and the Inazuma region is full of new enemies to discover and defeat. Here's everything you need to know about them.

Genshin Impact 2.0: All the new enemies available in Inazuma

The new region of Inazuma in Genshin Impact is filled with enemies — much like any other place in the world of Teyvat — but these enemies will have more base HP than the ones found in Liyue and Mondstadt.

We got to learn about them during the live show introducing Version 2.0. Here's everything you need to know!

Pyro Hypostasis

This particular hypostasis has two forms: Ignited and Extinguished. In the Ignited state the Pyro Hypostasis continually regenerates HP, and its core is not exposed. You'll need to extinguish it in order to do damage — but it will attempt to re-ignite by creating a Fire Seed.

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Perpetual Mechanical Array

You'll find this enemy located on Narukami Island, it is similar to the Hypostasis, but far more aggressive — able to adapt to its environment and use and use a multitude of attacks.

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The Nobushi are disgraced wandering samurai found in Inazuma. You'll encounter several different types:

  • Hitsukeban — Uses a sword and saltpetre powder attacks.
  • Jintouban — Adept swordsmen, they deal melee damage.
  • Kikouban — They are cunning and use a crossbow to catch you off-guard.
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Hitsukeban - Genshin Impact
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Kikouban - Genshin Impact


There are two types of Kairagi: Dancing Thunder and Fiery Might.

  • Dancing Thunder: Uses lightning instead to light their blades
  • Fiery Might: Uses paper seals created with the ancient art of the Kannagara School to ignite their swords.
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Fiery Might
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Dancing Thunder

Fatui Mirror Maiden

The Fatui Mirror Maiden uses a Hydro Mirror to fight — surrounding players with a barrage of attacks.

Fatui Mirror Maiden - Genshin Impact
Fatui Mirror Maiden
Fatui Mirror Maiden - Genshin Impact
Fatui Mirror Maiden


The Hilichurls in the Inazuma region are noted for their command of the Electro element.

Hilichurl - Genshin Impact

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