|Height||5'6" / 168cm|
|Relative||Barbara (Genshin Impact) (Younger Sister), Seamus Pegg (Father), Frederica Gunnhildr (Mother)|
|Special Dish||Invigorating Pizza|
|How to obtain||Wishes|
|Affiliation||Mondstadt, Knights of Favonius, Four Winds, Gunnhildr Clan|
|Release Date||September 28, 2020|
|CV||Stephanie Southerland (EN), Chiwa Saito 斎藤千和(JP)|
Jean Gunnhildr is a 5-star playable Sword Anemo character in Genshin Impact.
The older sister of Barbara (Genshin Impact), and a descendant of the prestigious Gunnhildr Clan, Jean is the Acting Grand Master of the Knights of Favonius. She is always busy handling unrest across Mondstadt and tirelessly working to maintain the City of Freedom.
- Normal Attack: Favonius Bladework
- Normal Attack: Performs up to 5 consecutive strikes.
- Charged Attack: Consumes a certain amount of stamina to launch an opponent using the power of wind. Launched opponents will slowly fall to the ground.
- Plunging Attack: Plunges from mid-air to strike the ground below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE DMG upon impact.
- Elemental Skill: Gale Blade
Focusing the might of the formless wind around her blade, Jean releases a miniature storm, launching opponents in the direction she aims at, dealing massive Anemo DMG.
At the cost of continued stamina consumption, Jean can command the whirlwind to pull surrounding opponents and objects towards her front.
Direction can be adjusted.
Character is immobile during skill duration.
- Elemental Burst: Dandelion Breeze
Calling upon the wind's protection, Jean creates a swirling Dandelion Field, launching surrounding opponents and dealing Anemo DMG.
At the same time, she instantly regenerates a large amount of HP for all party members. The amount of HP restored scales off Jean's ATK.
- Continuously regenerates HP of characters within the AoE and continuously imbues them with Anemo.
- Deals Anemo DMG to opponents entering or exiting the Dandelion Field.
- 1st Ascension Passive: Wind Companion
- 4th Ascension Passive: Let the Wind Lead
- Utility Passive: Guiding Breeze
- Level 1: Spiraling Tempest
Increases the pulling speed of Gale Blade after holding for more than 1s, and increases the DMG dealt by 40%.
- Level 2: People's Aegis
- Level 3: When the West Wind Arises
- Level 4: Lands of Dandelion
- Level 5: Outbursting Gust
- Level 6: Lion's Fang, Fair Protector of Mondstadt
As the acting Grand Master for the Knights, Jean takes all of her responsibilities and duties associated with the role seriously, regardless of how minor the tasks may seem, such as finding a lost cat. Due to this, Jean often exhausts herself trying to complete commissions from the locals, much to the concern of her fellow members.
Her devotion to her duties stems from two reasons; her upbringing as a child, and Varka's teachings. Even though he consistently takes his duties lightly, his relaxed and unruly personality has contributed to her growth. She shows no resentment towards his attitude, instead vowing to ensure that the city will be more prosperous and welcoming when he returns. Her work ethic makes her well-liked by both Mondstadt's citizens, her fellow members, and is noted by other organizations. Although she prefers using peaceful methods to solve problems, she will not hesitate to use force if necessary. She has a habit of calling Diluc Ragnvindr her senior, even well after he left the Knights. Despite this, she acknowledges that they both share the same vision of protecting Mondstadt.
She sees Vennessa as a role model because of her exploits and how she left an impressive legacy behind and works tirelessly to maintain her legacy and Mondstadt's safety. Whenever she feels troubled or confused, she often heads to the Great Tree in Windrise.
Her unparalleled sense of responsibility is the sole reason why she still hasn't found her true calling.
Trifling matters can become Jean's greatest enemy.
(yawns) Good morning, Jean... Oh it's you! Sorry, dear.
Jean makes the most amazing cup of coffee! You'll have to try it sometime.
Jean might still be working? We should invite her for coffee... Let's go.
Jean will be upset if she catches us lazing around like this.
Klee (Genshin Impact)? She can be a bit cheeky sometimes, but everyone in the Knights of Favonius likes her. Although... I really ought to keep a closer eye on her if I wanna keep her from getting put in confinement by Jean again.
Aw yeah, I improved again! But as Jean says, "Continuous self-improvement is one's duty." She says that means I'm allowed to be a bit happy about it, but not the most happy I've ever been in my whole life about it.
At the Knights of Favonius building, you're not allowed to blow up the walls. Shame, it would make getting out of solitary confinement way easier... but if I did so much as try to blow up the wall, Jean would make sure Klee never sees the light of day again. That's what Jean said, Kaeya told me.
Mm, new-bomb research complete! Now, let's get outta here before Jean finds out...
"Explosion inside city wall, grounded be thy woe," "Explosions can hurt people, Jean can be dreadful," "Mondstadt be bombed, Klee be doomed." Those're the survival rules that the Knights of Favonius gave me.
I was entrusted by the Acting Grand Master to work in the background to support Noelle (Genshin Impact), but there hasn't been much for me to concern myself with — she has a good head on her shoulders. Quite the relief.
Klee. Seems she has failed to elude the Acting Grand Master's investigative skills, despite the pointers I gave her... Haha, I'm kidding, no need to go reporting me or anything.
I don't get along with some of the knights, and Diluc Ragnvindr doesn't think much of them in general, so you'd think that would make us allies. But the way he always acts so aloof — he's even worse than Acting Grand Master Jean. I want nothing to do with him.
Good! With this much power, I daresay even the Acting Grand Master herself would be no match for me!
Barbara? She's a very earnest Deaconess. I once had the opportunity to sketch her a simple portrait... What happened to the sketch? Ah yes... Albert offered to purchase it, but I rejected his bid and gave it to the Acting Grand Master. Social relations... really require a lot of effort.
I've always been curious as to how Klee (Genshin Impact) managed to become a fully-fledged knight at such a young age. I actually went to ask her for tips once, but I'd barely started talking to her when she grabbed me by the hand and took me outside the Knights headquarters to play with bombs. I thought it was some kind of training exercise at first, but Jean found us, and we both ended up in a solitary confinement...
Jean has put Klee (Genshin Impact) into solitary confinement so many times, but every time she's let out it's not long before she's back in trouble. sigh Something tells me she hasn't done much introspection. I told her I'd make her a bouncing, dancing Jumpy Dumpty that is also safe — but to date there are still a lot of problems with the design.
(Traveler): Why do you say that?
Paimon: Just look at Huffman from the Knights of Favonius. He does his best at his duties every day...
Paimon: But the ever-relaxed Captain Kaeya is his boss.
(Traveler): Hmm, but isn't Jean, who works the hardest, the Acting Grand Master?
Paimon: W—Well, how about this, then...
Paimon: Venti's the god of Mondstadt, and he's the laziest of them all!
(Traveler): If one hilichurl could beat, say, three wild boars...
(Traveler): Then how many hilichurls would it take to reach the fighting prowess of Master Jean and Master Diluc?
Paimon: Not sure... but if you heard the way everyone talks in Mondstadt, you'd know that Master Jean is the strongest.
(Traveler): I'd say that if Diluc strikes first, Master Jean wouldn't be able to counter.
Paimon: Oh, she'd find a way.
(Traveler): There's no way.
Paimon: Master Jean's Elemental Burst is really strong, you know.
(Traveler): Yes, but that "field" would also make Diluc stronger.
Paimon: Paimon doesn't think Master Jean would even need her Vision to take on Master Diluc, because—
(Traveler): Diluc would only need a beginner's greatsword to—
(Traveler): ...This is so dumb.
(Traveler): They both fight for Mondstadt, so they wouldn't come to blows.
Paimon: That's why Paimon likes your idea of measuring their fighting strength in number of hilichurls.
Paimon: ...Or in Paimon's case, in fifths of a wild boar.
Paimon: Inazuma's scenery is quite different than what we've seen so far.
(Traveler): Yeah, Inazuma's an island nation.
Paimon: Before the invention of boats, how did the people living on different islands communicate with one another?
(Traveler): According to Yoimiya's dad, they probably used smoke signals to transmit information.
(Traveler): Or, they would...
(Traveler): They would commission people who could freeze the water surface to travel between the islands and deliver messages.
Paimon: Whoa! If Kaeya had lived in Inazuma back then, he would've been even busier than Master Jean now!