How to get the Wanderer's Troupe set in Genshin Impact

Everything you need to know about this Artifact set and how to get all five pieces.

The Wanderer's Troupe is an Artifact set that can be found in Genshin Impact. Like all Artifact sets, the Wanderer's Troupe provides bonuses when equipped, and is particularly helpful for characters that use catalysts or bows.

How to get the Wanderer's Troupe set in Genshin Impact

How to get the Wanderer's Troupe set in Genshin Impact © miHoYo
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There are five items in the Wanderer's Troupe set: Troupe's Dawnlight, Bard's Arrow Feather, Concert's Final Hour, Wanderer's String Kettle, and Conductor's Top Hat. Each offers distinct stat bonuses individually, but when equipped in pairs they provide an even stronger bonus. With two pieces equipped, you will gain +80 to your Elemental Mastery. With four pieces equipped, your Charged Attack DMG is increased by 35% if you're using a catalyst or a bow. 

You can get all five pieces through regular gameplay, meaning you won't have to spend any Wishes to get this equipment. Instead, you will need to take on Elite Bosses and Weekly Bosses to gain each Artifact in the set as a drop. You will need to be at least at World Level 2 to start looking for these Artifacts. If you want to get the five star versions, you will need to be at World Level 3. You can find these bosses by checking out your in-game map. They can be challenged just like Domains. 

Defeating an Elite Boss will spawn a Ley Line Blossom, which you can open for rewards using 40 Original Resin. 

Mondstadt Elite Bosses

  • Anemo Hypostasis: Stormbearer Mountains
  • Electro Hypostasis: Cape Oath
  • Cryo Regisvine: Starfell Valley

Liyue Elite Bosses

Weekly Bosses are more difficult than Elite Bosses. Defeating them spawns a Trounce Blossom, which requires 60 Original Resin to open. There are currently three available in Genshin Impact:

  • Andrius: Wolvendom
  • Dvalin: Stormterror's Lair
  • Childe: Golden House

For more Genshin Impact features and guides, head over to our game hub.


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