Genshin Impact

How to Heal and Revive Characters


How to Heal and Revive Characters
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Combat is a major part of Genshin Impact’s gameplay. As such, you’ll sustain damage from enemy attacks or from fall damage, even getting knocked out by powerful bosses. The game doesn’t have health potions to replenish your characters’ health but thankfully, there’s another method to keep your party healthy and even revive fallen characters. Please continue reading below to learn more.

The game doesn’t have the standard recovery or buffing potions you’ll normally find in RPGs to heal up your party. Instead, your primary source of HP recovery and buffs will come from food. You can spend mora to buy food from shops in the city but you should take advantage of the game’s player-friendly Cooking system. We have a dedicated guide for cooking so kindly check that out as well.

You can find a large variety of ingredients while exploring, as well as several campfires where you can cook. Cooking these ingredients can save you a lot of mora in the long run instead of consistently buying them from the shops. Furthermore, if you have specific characters with effect bonuses preparing the food, there’s even a chance to get a more potent version of that dish or get an additional serving using the same amount of ingredients.
How to Heal and Revive Characters

To revive characters, you also need to use specific dishes like Fried Eggs, Steaks, Grilled Fish, etc. Take note that after consuming a reviving dish, there will be a cooldown before you can use it again. It’s quite important to have a good amount of these dishes in stock so you can use them immediately whenever you need them. You can open your backpack even in the midst of the battle and use these recovery items as necessary.
How to Heal and Revive Characters

As you increase your reputation in Mondstadt, you'll be able to get the blueprint for an incredibly useful gadget called the NRE (Menu 30). You can craft it from the blacksmith and will use up the following materials:
* 50,000 mora
* 20 lizard tails
* 20 Chaos Circuit
* 50 electro crystals.

After equipping this gadget, you'll be able to assign one healing item type and one revival item. To heal, just use the NRE as you would normally do when using a gadget. The revive function will work once an ally has been knocked out. Take note however, that the item cooldown and character fullness will still be considered so you won't be able to totally abuse this easy method of using cooked food.
How to Heal and Revive Characters

Another method of healing is by using character skills. So far, the best dedicated healer available early on is Barbara with her Let the Show Begin (Melody Loop) talent. Of course, there are better healers that you can get from wishes. Diona is an excellent 4-star cryo/bow user that heals and provides shields. Bennette is also a top-tier 4-star pyro/sword support unit that heals and provides attack boost to any teammate inside his field of effect. 5-star characters with excellent healing skills include Jean and Qiqi. Other characters have some sort of healing on their own like Fischl and Xingqiu though these healing abilities can only be accessed through Constellations (getting duplicate copies of them via Wish).
How to Heal and Revive Characters

Finally, you can use any of the Statue of the Seven and heal specific members of your party using their Blessings. There’s a fixed amount of restorative power that the statues can heal but don’t worry, this amount is automatically restored over time. The Geo and Anemo statues don't share these HP recovery pool so it won’t seem that you’ll completely use them dry unless you’re getting pummeled by enemies often and don’t have access (or refuse to) use other means of healing.
How to Heal and Revive Characters





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