Many Genshin Impact players try (and fail) to sneak into Inazuma

After a massive hiatus since the first issue was released, Genshin Impact’s newsletter, the Teyvat Times, is back with funnier facts than ever. The report is personally compiled by the best travel companion of all time, Paimon, based on all the strange things she has experienced since the last issue.

A highlight of the newsletter is the Stowaway? Don’t even try! Section oddly reports the number of players who have attempted (and failed) to sneak into Inazuma. While players can of course enter the nation with the help of the Crux fleet, some adventurous souls have attempted to circumvent the Sakoku Decree with their own hands.

Related: How to get to Inazuma in Genshin Impact?

According to the report, 45,961 travelers attempted to smuggle into Inazuma, of whom 17,998 failed by being struck by lightning and 13,401 by drowning. Over the past month, there has been an increased trend in illegal entry into Inazuma, accounting for 12,420 of the unfortunate drowning incidents. Also, 8,793 adrenaline seekers went from Liyue to Inazuma, presumably with the help of water striders and ice bridge builders.

The Teyvat Times reported other fascinating facts, including an incident where a single player collected 22,732 pieces of wood in one day. They also poked fun at Apple’s M1 iPad Air ad, which recently broke Genshin headlines by showing a clip of a full Electro team taking on the Thunder Manifestation. Paimon recommends using other elements instead!

Genshin Impact’s newsletter, Teyvat Times, is dedicated to providing interesting and fun facts to the community. continue reading Genshin Impacton the official social media channels of .

For more Genshin Impact news, guides, and updates, be sure to check out the Pro Game Guides.

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