Genshin Impact Pity System: Chart, Carry Over, Standard And Weapon Banner

Genshin Impact Pity System: Chart, Carry Over, Standard And Weapon Banner

Let us see how the Genshin Impact Pity System works and what can be done with it along with its chart, calculator, carry over system and standard and weapon banner

Genshin Impact’s gambling system, which is also known as wishes, includes a Genshin Impact Pity System. Although wishing in Genshin Impact can be tedious at times due to the game’s low drop rates, the Genshin Impact Pity System is your friend. You should familiarise yourself with the Pity System before investing your Primogems and Fates in Genshin Impact’s many flags.

Genshin Impact: Weapon Event Wish Pity System And Other Details

On their 80th wish, instead of their 90th, players will receive a guaranteed 5-star weapon thanks to the Weapon Event Wish banner. Although we don’t blame you if you’d rather save your hard-earned Primogems for more characters, this is Genshin Impact’s most generous banner.

Epitomized Path, a new mechanic for the Weapon Event Wish banner, was introduced in Genshin Impact 2.0. Epitomized Path allows players to “plan a course” toward their desired weapon since the Weapon Event Wish banner often contains two 5-star weapons with improved drop rates. You’ll gain one Fate Point if you get a 5-star weapon that isn’t your weapon of choice after you’ve charted a course toward it.

However, there are several limitations to Epitomized Path. You’ll lose all of your Fate Points after you get the weapon you’ve been aiming for. You can also change your mind about the path you’ve chosen, but all of your current Fate Points will vanish. Finally, you will not accrue Fate Points unless you have chosen a path.

Standard Banner

The Standard Wish banner has the same pity rates as the Character Event Wish banner, however by hitting pity on your 90th wish, you’ll be able to acquire both weapons and characters. We advise against using the Standard Wish banner since certain products are more difficult to obtain.

Soft Pity

While the chance of getting a 5-star character is 0.6 percent at the start, players have discovered a hidden sympathy mechanism known as soft pity that enhances this probability after a set number of pulls.

This 0.6 percent likelihood will gradually increase until it reaches 100 percent on your 90th pull on the Character Event Wish banner and the Standard Wish banner, meaning you’ll have a better chance of scoring a 5-star from pull 75 onwards. The Weapon Event Wish banner is the same, however soft pity begins at roughly 65 wishes instead.

What exactly is the 50/50?

You’ve probably heard of the 50/50 if you’ve delved into the Genshin Impact side of social networking. To put it in layman terms, players have a 50/50 chance of earning a 5-star character when what you can get in the Character Event Wish banner. If you get the 50/50 chance on your first try, you’ll have a 50/50 chance of getting the promoted 5-star the next time you pull a 5-star.

If you lose the 50/50 chance to a conventional character, the next time you pull a 5-star, you’ll be guaranteed a promoted character. So, if you were the last person to lose the 50/50, congrats! You only have 90 wishes left at most.

Despite the fact that gamers aren’t nearly as enthusiastic about weapons, the Weapon Event Banner has its own 50/50, but it’s a little more generous. You’ll have a 75% chance of acquiring one of the featured weapons on the Weapon Event Banner, so the 50/50 is actually a 75/25. Yes, if you get another 5-star weapon that isn’t on the banner, the next 5-star weapon you get will almost certainly be one of the banner’s 5-star weapons.

Just be careful with your wishes – the Weapon Event Wish banner usually features many weapons, so you’re never guaranteed a single weapon in this instance.

Genshin Impact Pity System Chart: Carry Over in pity banners?

It’s a shame that Genshin Impact doesn’t allow you to choose between different sorts of banners. For example, the pity counts for the Weapon Event Wish and the Character Event Wish banners are different, so if you want a guaranteed five-star character, you’ll have to accumulate pity on both banners.

Pity, on the other hand, is shared by event banners of the same type. If you wish ten times on Klee’s Character Event Wish banner, for example, your ten pity will be transferred to Kazuha’s stay on the Character Event Wish banner.

The 50/50 rule applies here as well. If you lose the 50/50 on Klee’s banner, your next 5-star character draw is assured to be the featured character, so as long as you have enough wishes, you’ll be able to ensure Kazuha.

Fate Points earned during the Weapon Event Wish banner do not carry over. While the pity you’ve accrued toward a 75/25 chance of receiving a promoted weapon will carry over between promoted weapons, Fate Points will be cleared between Epitome Invocations, so players will have to use Fate Points you have before the Weapon Event Wish banner will move on to the new set of weapons.

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