The world of Genshin Impact is too small to notice the Inteyvat Flower, which always flares on the hair of the main protagonist, Lumine.
Stay tuned to the article if you want to delve into the lore and symbolic meaning behind the Inteyvat Flower!
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Is Inteyvat Flower Real?
In the real world, Intevyat Flower does not exist, but it is the national flower of Khaenri’ah.
Khaenri’ah is the nation in the world of Tevyat, which you can find in the video game ‘Genshin Impact.’
In Genshin Impact, you can use Inteyvat Flower to prepare certain objects, such as Inteyvat Nectar and Inteyvat Dew.
Furthermore, the main protagonist of Genshin Impact, Lumine, wears this flower in her hair.
Appearance & Characteristics Of Inteyvat Flower
This short-spanning flower has 4 white petals and a single light-blue petal.
Additionally, it has yellow male (stamens) and female (carpels) at the center, around which the petals arrange themselves.
In the video game, the flower blooms for only 2 weeks, after which it wilts.
Since the Inteyvat Flower is tethered to its home soil in Khaenri’ah, its petals will stop growing and turn hard.
However, once you take the flower to its home soil, its petals will grow soft and turn into dust.
Inteyvat Flower [Meaning & Symbolism]
In the world of Genshin Impact, the flower holds a lot of symbolism and lore.
Inteyvat Flower symbolizes a wanderer far from home, which conveys the tenderness of the homeland.
In the game, Lumine wears this in her hair, indicating the loss, grief, and longing for home after she leaves Khaenri’ah.
Lumine starts to wear the flower after she wakes from her sleep in an unknown nation far from her home during the game.
Additionally, the flower denotes hope as it is able to grow back from the smallest fragment.
In this sense, following the destruction of Khaenri’ah by Celestia, the flower may convey a deeper meaning about the revival of Khaenri’ah.
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The flower carries a true meaning of hope and remorse for the main protagonist, Lumine, as it will always remind her about the destruction of Khaenri’ah.
However, with the meaning behind it, the flower also gives Lumine to cling to her memories and succeed by restoring her homeland!