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Genshin Impact Anti Raiden Shogun Training

How to complete the Genshin Impact 2.1 anti-raiden shogun training

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Today we are looking at how to complete the Genshin Impact anti Raiden shogun training, a task that requires you to avoid being hit by the finishing move. Since the recent 2.1 update, many players are stumbling across the Servant’s Path Archon Quest, a task that requires players to complete the Shogun training to progress. It may sound like an easy task but a few are struggling, however, no need to panic, we are here to guide you through.

Genshin Impact Anti Raiden Shogun Training

The main focus behind the shogun training is to avoid attacks and the finishing move to progress, remember, you can only take up to ten hits. To start, head to the edge of the area as this will help you avoid some of the attacks that you need to dodge in order to finish the anti raiden training. You aren’t completely safe at the edge of the area, so ensure you still try and dodge the other attacks coming in, which should be easier from the perimeter.

There is a device in the middle that is going to give you an audio cue when you are about to be attacked. Finally, as the timer begins to tick down, orbs will appear. You need to destroy these orbs as fast as you can to avoid the finishing move. Once you get through this part, all that is left is for you to speak to Yae Miko, and you have completed the Genshin Impact Anti Raiden Shogun Training.

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