How Dual Rerun Banners work in Genshin Impact

How Dual Rerun Banners work.

Genshin Impact faces a problem when it comes to its growing number of characters. With the single banner rule, some characters wouldn't see reruns for over a year. To combat this issue, MiHoYo has now introduced dual rerun banners, so that players have more chances to pull their favorite character.

How Dual Rerun Banners work

Dual Rerun banners are used to put two limited characters up at once. The characters don't share a banner, but instead, have a banner of their own. Here is the basic rundown of rerun banners:

  • There are two diffrent banners at a time, both of rerun characters.
  • The banners have the same featured four-star characters.
  • Rerun banners can only be pulled on using Intertwined Fate.

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How Does Pity Work on Rerun Banners

Pity is shared between the banners, so be careful when switching between them as they don't have their own counters. When the next special character comes out, your wish log will be rolled over to it.

Here's an example:

  • You pull 10x on Ganyu's Banner and then 20x on Xiao's, when Shenhe comes out you will have 30 wishes towards pity.

Essentially the system sees all rerun banners and special character banners as the same.

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