What comes with Genshin Impact's Blessing of the Welkin Moon

Here's what you get when you buy a Blessing of the Welkin Moon subscription in Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is an open-world RPG with gacha elements, where you can spend in-game currency to pull a random character or weapon. The hope is to get a high-level reward, but it's always a gamble. There are in-game microtransactions where you can spend real money to buy Primogems, Genshin Impact's in-game currency which can be used to buy additional pulls, which increase your chances to get better characters and weapons. Now you can purchase a monthly subscription card to the game called Blessing of the Welkin Moon. Here's what all comes with it.

What comes with Genshin Impact's Blessing of the Welkin Moon

What comes with Genshin Impact's Blessing of the Welkin Moon © miHoYo
 © miHoYo

"A ritual prayer, recited on the rising of the first new moon, to ask for the moon's blessing in the form of wealth and good fortune. For your purposes, the new moon you shall pray to is the first-ever new moon in Teyvat, since it's the first one you've seen here. Use this item to receive 30 days of Blessing of the Welkin Moon rewards."

Blessing of the Welkin Moon is $4.99 (€5.49) per month. Immediately after buying it, players will receive 300 Genesis Crystals. Genesis Crystals are a premium currency that can be converted to Primogems at a rate of 1:1. Then, everyday they login for the next 30 days they will be able to claim 90 Primogems. This adds up to a total of 300 Genesis Crystals and 2700 Primogems over a 30-day period.

You can buy multiple Blessing of the Welkin Moons to extend the duration of these rewards, so long as your current time does not exceed 180 days at the time of purchase. 

You can use Promogems to refill your Original Resin, buy Acquaint Fate or Intertwined Fate in Paimon's Bargains (160 Primogems), or to buy Wishes (pulls for characters and weapons in the gacha system). 

For more Genshin Impact features and guides, check out our game hub.

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