The namesake event for the 4.3 update in Genshin Impact “Roses and Muskets” is bringing some well-known faces to Fontaine while also introducing some others for an epilogue after that trainwreck of emotions that was the Archon Quests. Fortunately, it gives us a lot of cool rewards too.
Genshin Impact Roses and Muskets Event Guide
All players at Adventure Rank 40 or higher can partake in this event. Completing the recent Fontaine Archon Quest (ending in Chapter IV Act V: Masquerade of the Guilty) and Furina’s Story Quest is recommended but not mandatory. Players can skip that step as long as they don’t care about NPCs acting like those events already happened.
Different from other events, you can unlock the gameplay portion almost instantly instead of having to complete the first batch of story quests. After starting the first event quest, all of the activities will be immediately available for engaging in, and you can start earning some Theather Tickets (this event’s currency).
Thousand-Pace Interdiction Arcminute Sharpshooting is a sniper simulation where you must defeat all enemies while having limited ammunition and hitting precise shots. Use your environments to your advantage by shooting explosive barrels and such.
Trick Shots, Trick Light is the usual combat event where each new portion benefits a new team archetype. Using the current buffs can give you an edge on each stage.
Xtreme Drive is a multiplayer goal-based game. Use the movement boosters around the stage and score higher than your opponents to get more prizes. Rewards are time-gated for this one, so you might wanna do it last.
And finally, Into the Frame is a film-making quest where you make your movie by picking the correct scenes and dialogue choices. Picking the perfect choices will give you a maximum score and more rewards.
Roses and Muskets Event Rewards
The main event reward is the Ultimate Overlord’s Mega Magic Sword, an event-exclusive Claymore that gives out extra Attack as the player concludes quests in the Merusea Village. This is the first time such a mechanic has made a debut in the game, incentivizing players to go out and seek those extra quests not only for Primogems but also for direct upgrades to their characters.
Aside from that, you also get the usual things like Fontaine Talent Books, Weapon Enhancement Items, and other resources. And if you happen to roll on the new characters such as Navia, you’ll probably want a lot of those.