Genshin Impact Cosplayer’s Huge Ruin Guard Suit Has Functional Spin Attack

A Genshin Impact fan and cosplayer has created a hyper-realistic (and very large) Ruin Guard suit, complete with a real spinning attack.

TO Genshin Impact fan has impressed the fanbase with an impressive cosplay of one of the most iconic enemies in the game: the Ruin Guard. The world famous free-to-play MMORPG has taken the world by storm in recent years, with players regularly showing their affection for the title by creating hilarious Genshin Impact videos, fan art pieces, and of course awesome cosplay designs.

The huge open world of Genshin Impact is what most gamers will immediately associate with the game. The sprawling map contains a wide variety of majestic sights, lovable NPCs, and rare collectibles, all of which are expanded through the game’s live service items. However, along with these pleasurable experiences and unique landscapes, dangerous and antagonistic forces may exist. Among the most feared of these forces is the instantly recognizable Ruin Guard, an ancient piece of machinery that dwarfs the player character. The Ruin Guards have a number of special attacks and techniques at their disposal, but one of the most effective is the spin attack, in which they twist their torsos and swing their long arms around themselves, damaging anyone who gets too close. Time Genshin Impact Regularly adding new characters, Ruin Guards have the ability to defeat all kinds of warriors and adventurers.


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Despite this, it appears that at least one Genshin Impact fan is somewhat fond of these characters; Reddit user thomasacortez27 recently shared a video of a stunning Ruin Guard cosplay, complete with a rotating torso and flexible arms that approximate the signature spinning motion. The video also features a little boy, showing just how colossal this creation is in terms of size, which in turn makes it even more impressive.

the Genshin Impact The Ruin Guard cosplayer elaborates on some of his details in the comments, stating that the main burden of the rig is placed on the shoulders. While this news caused some users to raise concerns about how that might affect the creator’s back, it seems that turning motion wouldn’t be possible if the load was distributed elsewhere. Maybe a cosplay of a Genshin Impact a character like Ayato would be easier on the body, but certainly not as impressive.

What Genshin Impact continues to expand with updates and new content, it will be interesting to see how the cosplay community grows around it. However, this Ruin Guard piece from thomascortez27 is sure to be among the most memorable cosplays in the community, as its blend of craftsmanship, ingenuity, and artistry make it a sight to behold. One can only hope not Genshin Impact players hurt themselves, or hurt their backs, trying to get past this build.

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Source: thomascortez27/Reddit

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