Genshin Impact fans are probably curious if their banner history is in an ideal state to trigger a “compassion move” for an upcoming 5-star character. Those familiar with gacha games or who have played Genshin Impact for an extended period of time will no doubt understand what banners are and how much is at stake in obtaining a character. For example, the chance of someone pulling a 5-star unit from a banner is always less than 2% unless they can trigger their pity. This approach doesn’t require strategic planning or complex calculations, it just involves understanding how to count your pity.
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How to check pity in Genshin Impact
In order to view your banner history for checking pity in Genshin Impact, you must first open the Wish screen by pressing F3 on PC or selecting the “Wish” star icon in Paimon’s pause screen. Next, interact with the “History” tab at the bottom of the screen next to “Details”. Depending on which wish type was open when opening the history, the recording log is displayed with all draws that you have made within the last six months. You can use the arrows below to move between pages or select the dropdown menu at the top of the window to view the banner history of another wish type in Genshin Impact.
All the information you need to verify your pity can be found in your Genshin Impact banner history, including the item you drew, its name, the type of wish, and the time you got it. Genshin Impact’s limited-time banners have a hard pity of 90, meaning the 90th turn of each character event wish guarantees a 5-star character. This pity train will reset when you hit that 90 mark or get a 5-star stat out of sheer luck.
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For example, according to our banner history, we drew Hu Tao on February 11, 2023 and have drawn two wishes since that time. Based on this information, during Dehya’s banner we must draw another 88 wishes to receive pity or get lucky with RNG. Likewise, you can check your pity in Genshin Impact by viewing your banner history using the method above and looking for the last 5-star unit you received. Next, count how many moves you have after that particular desire to understand the status of your current compassion.
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