Genshin Impact rumours claim Scaramouche is an Anemo catalyst user

New Scaramouche info has been dropping left and right recently, so here’s what you need to know about the character before he becomes playable

Genshin impact character Scaramouche tipping hat and looking towards camera

Scaramouche rarely shows up in the Genshin Impact story but, when he does, the plot gets far more interesting. As one of the Fatui Harbingers, Scaramouche, AKA The Balladeer, is sure to show up while a major evil plot is going down. So, recent rumours of this villain becoming playable are grabbing the attention of many fans – especially since leakers are saying that Scaramouche will be an Anemo catalyst user.

To be more specific, Twitter user and data miner merlin_impact has made a series of tweets that provide details about the Harbinger. These tweets have also been backed up by known leaker SaveYourPrimos, so they appear to be accurate.

Genshin impact character Scaramouche looking towards camera

The details include some info on his skills, banner, and play style. His Elemental Skill will have a nine-second cooldown, while his Burst will cost 60 energy with a 15-second cooldown. It seems that he may also fight in a similar fashion to Heizou – using more physical-looking attacks even though he has a catalyst weapon.

When he’s released, Scaramouche is rumoured to be on a character banner alongside a new four-star Anemo user named Faruzan. Apparently, the banner will arrive around the same time the Harbinger appears as a new boss.

Finally, the tweets state that Scaramouche’s name will be changed to Wanderer, presumably because he now travels on his own. This detail was mentioned by Childe in his new voice lines about the other Fatui Harbingers.

Try not to get too excited about everything mentioned above, though, as leaked version 3.0 Sumeru banners suggest Scaramouche won’t be a playable character any time soon.