Genshin Impact Fan Makes Impressive 3D Model of Raiden Shogun

One Genshin Impact fan creates an impressive 3D model of the fan-favorite character Raiden Shogun in her Magatsu Mitake Narukami no Mikoto form.

The world of Genshin Impact is filled with powerful and charming characters, but some of the most popular are the three currently-introduced Archons. Of this trio, the Raiden Shogun commands an incredible amount of popularity–enough to come back as a weekly boss. Now, one Genshin Impact fan has made an impressive 3D model of the Raiden Shogun in her new weekly boss form.

The Raiden Shogun isn’t the first fan-favorite Genshin Impact character to become a weekly boss, despite also being available as a playable character, and she likely won’t be the last. This appears to be one way that miHoYo allows players who didn’t get their favorite five-star characters to continue to see said characters in-game. Much like Childe/Tartaglia before her, the Raiden Shogun’s weekly boss form is first encountered in story mode, where she is much easier to defeat.

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Redditor E995Y shared a lush piece of 3D fan art showcasing the Raiden Shogun in her weekly boss form. This form is formally known as either Magatsu Mitake Narukami no Mikoto or Raiden no Inazuma Tono and is a level 90, massively powered-up version of the character’s story mode boss. She reportedly has over one million health and wears a unique outfit that, as of writing, is not available for the playable Raiden Shogun.

E995Y’s rendition of the Raiden Shogun shows her wearing what appears to be an armored white leotard with blue and gold accents. Her left arm is covered in dark purple and gold armor. Her expression is much harsher than the relatively shy playable version and her unarmored right arm is thrown out to the side dramatically. She also wears armored purple leggings and what seem to be red and black shoes. Much like in her boss fight, she is shown hovering above the base of the 3D fan art.

Although the Raiden Shogun takes the center stage, the fan art does feature another component. Specifically, it also features two massive floating hands that appear to be made from bronze metal and glowing purple magic. Both hands are easily half the size of the Raiden Shogun and are shown with their palms up and fingers partly curled. In her weekly boss fight, the Raiden Shogun uses these oversized hands as part of her devastating attacks. E995Y’s decision to add them in may help enhance the terror and majesty of Genshin Impact‘s God of Eternity.

Genshin Impact is now available on Mobile, PC, PS4, and PS5. A Switch version is in development.


Source: Gamerant

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