Hi there traveler! It’s Paimon here! We heard that you wanted to know what a Silly Wisher is? That’s dumb because we thought you already knew all about it! Paimon wishes she didn’t have to talk about this AGAIN with you, what the heck, traveler!? Get your head out of the sand. Alright, alright, Paimon will tell you again but listen close! If you’re a Genshin Impact player you’ve probably heard of the Silly Wisher and you wanted to know what this is. Don’t worry, this isn’t some new event or a weird banner name that’s coming out. It’s actually much more than that. Here’s everything you need to know about Silly Wisher in Genshin Impact.
What is Silly Wisher in Genshin Impact?
Genshin Impact doesn’t have a new event that explains what a Silly Wisher is, actually, it has nothing to do with gameplay at all. Silly Wisher is a spoof app you can download on Google Play where you can make wishes on banners similar to the game. The main objective to the game is to finally get those difficult characters you’ve been wanting to pull on Genshin. The hilarious part is that everyone in the app is poorly drawn in a child-like way. Poor Arataki and just look at all the others! The game introduces you to a bundle of primogems, we’re sorry, freemogems, that you can use to pull characters from banners. Honestly, the entire app feels like one giant cursed meme. It’s absolute madness and we’re here for it.
Silly Wisher Curses Genshin Impact
What makes this app cursed in the franchise? It has everything to do with the fact that you can make creepy hybrids of your characters. No, we’re serious. You can splice characters for the low sum of 10 freemogems to create som Frankenstein character. Have you ever wanted to see what Amber’s cursed child looks like? What about Mona? Our sweet, sweet, beloved Mona. Honestly, we want to use this feature to see how Arataki would look if we were to splice him with one of our favorites.
If you’re looking to release some frustration from not getting the character you’ve always wanted you should definitely check out this app. Unfortunately it’s only available on the Google Play store, so, sorry Apple fans. You’re going to need to borrow someone’s phone for this one.
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