Turns out, the story behind Tuyet Huyen’s bow is a story about the sad ending of a love affair between a girl and a talented musician.
Each item in Genshin Impact has a story of its own. Some of them, when strung together, also reveal many happy and sad stories about the status or history of a civilization that has been destroyed by time or another force.
In the past, many players have always mistakenly thought that the set of relics of the Mainland Wandering Singing Troupe and the weapons of the Wandering Singing Troupe belonged to Venti. However, after carefully re-reading the information inside, it turned out that it was the story of a troupe that performed all over Teyvat and had a rather tragic end, not really related to Venti much.
Tuyet Huyen, or the English name is The Stringless, is a weapon belonging to the bow and arrow group and belongs to the Wandering Singing Troupe. The story behind this weapon is not simply a musical instrument, but it also contains the regret of the musician who used it along with his love story.
Tuyet Huyen’s short description reads: “The bow is used as an instrument that emits bright light. Up to now it can no longer make people dance.” This shows that this weapon when used before can really emit a beautiful poetic light of a musician, but for some reason now, it can no longer make light. many people dance, or to be more precise, it is no longer capable of making music.
When we delve into Tuyet Huyen’s story, we can learn more information.
“The instrument is exquisitely crafted, each note is made of strings of different materials.
When used, each bowstring vibrates like the music of flowing water.
It is also possible to shoot radial arrows at the same time. Death follows that comes with the sound of the music.”
This was originally a musical instrument specifically designed to be a weapon. Its music can make listeners feel the soothing sound of running water. But at the same time Tuyet Huyen can also shoot arrows, accompanied by music that vibrates when the musician raises the arrow.
“After the band retired, the bowstring was cut by a knife, and for a moment there was a shrill sound.
Now it has only the bowstring, which has lost its haughty sound. But it’s still a murder weapon.”
Because of an incident, the Wandering Singers had retired, along with that, Tuyet Huyen’s bowstring was also cut. Later, although the bowstring was reconnected to become a weapon again, the wonderful music it should have been able to play was also gone.
“The troubadour can make the birds fall to the ground, sometimes just by the sound of the flock, sometimes by the arrow that accompanies it.
Like the wind following the music of the lute and flowers on the Abyss of Picking the Stars, the musician wanders but is steadfast.
The uprising failed, most of the band dispersed.
The musician stayed last, plucking the strings to protect his friends from the rain of arrows. The music and the name are finally used up.”
The story is gradually revealed. Although the Wandering Singing Troupe possesses such strength and talent, they cannot escape the end of separation. The uprising mentioned in the above narrative may have been the uprising that overthrew the ruling class in Mondstadt. The failure of the uprising may have brought down the musician’s comrades, but he chose to stay until the very end.
“The musician from the beautiful foreign country Fontaine. He traveled through many countries to find his true heart and destiny.
It is said that in the court of his hometown, the girls cried because they believed that he had passed away without saying goodbye.”
The two lines above are two lines describing the identity of the musician controlling Tuyet Huyen. Accordingly, he was originally from Fontaine, joined the Wandering Singing Troupe to go everywhere, looking for the muse of his life.
“It is said that he fell in love with a commoner girl in Mondstadt, but she was chosen as the tragic princess of the shuttlecock ceremony.
It is said that he did not regret the fate of his death in exile.
I only regret that I finally found love, but never got the chance to sing a love song…”
The last lines describing Tuyet Huyen are the tragic and regretful ending of the musician. Although he has found his destiny in life, ironically the person he falls in love with is the princess chosen for the badminton festival at Mondstadt.
At the time before the uprising took place, the badminton festival was corrupted by the nobility in Mondstadt. It became a fun only people with money could enjoy. The orb was thrown by the chosen princess, instead of going to anyone who caught it to receive the blessings and blessings of the Wind God, now only those of the Lawrence family at that time were allowed to catch it. take. And they also have the right to bring home the princess of the badminton festival.
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The story was then deepened when it turned out that the unfortunate girl had been raped. Therefore, the musician was determined to rescue her, only to end up never being able to return to Fontaine again. Until the moment of sacrifice, the musician never had the opportunity to sing a love song for the one he loved.
It can be seen that, even if it is only a 4-star weapon, the story that Tuyet Huyen carried has also made many people feel sorry for a budding love affair that has already died. Tuyet Huyen’s story is also one of the documents for players to refer to more about the anecdotes from the time when the Lawrence family was still in power in Mondstadt, from which they can understand the reason for their death. uprising as well as why Eula’s family is hated by the people of Mondstadt to this day.
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