With the release of version 2.5, she took the opportunity to put together a Yae Miko cosplay in honor of the Narukami shrine priestess.
Yae or nay? Take a closer look at Tsikyo’s Yae Miko cosplay
The cosplay features the Inazuma character in her default red and white shrine priestess outfit, along with Lady Guuji’s signature pink hairstyle.
The prop Electro Vision earring completes the cosplay, giving life to the Genshin Impact character in the real world.
The cosplayer also did a few impressions of Yae Miko’s idle animations in the game. How cute is that?
She then logged in to her Genshin Impact account to wish for her in the version 2.5 banner in full cosplay.
The cosplay ritual, a superstitious tradition where players dress up as the characters they wish to have, worked miraculously, as Yae Miko came home after 75 wishes.
Yae Miko is the head shrine maiden of the Narukami Shrine and the owner of the Yae Publishing House. She was first introduced as a non-playable character (NPC) during the version 2.0 update and has appeared in Archon Quests Act I: The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia and Act III: Omnipresence Over Mortals.
She is a close friend of the Raiden Shogun and has greatly helped the Traveler in dealing with matters concerning the Electro Archon.
Travelers can pull for her during Phase 1 of the version 2.5 update. Her banner, the Everbloom Violet, includes 4-star characters Fischl, Diona, and Thoma and will be available from February 16 until March 8.
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