Genshin Impact Jean: Talents, Constellations and Passives

Abhimannu Das
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Jean - Genshin Impact


Jean is an Anemo Support who was released in Genshin Impact's patch 1.0.
Players can obtain Jean via the Standard banner or through the event banner as an off-rate drop.
It is not recommended to actively spend your Primogems on the Standard banner to get Jean.

Jean is part of the launch roster of Genshin Impact and is one of the central characters of Monstadt. She is an Anemo support unit who can heal, deal decent damage and can crowd control enemies. Her unique skill set and abilities make her a valuable asset to any team composition, especially when paired with other Anemo or Elemental Mastery-based characters. If you obtained Jean from the Standard banner or have lost a 50-50 to her and want to build her, here is a breakdown of her Talents, Constellations and Passives.

Genshin Impact Jean: Should You Pull?

No. You should never spend your Primogems on the Standard banner and should restrict yourself to the free Standard Fates you get during your playtime. The character does not have a rate-up banner and it is possible that you will get her sooner or later by losing a 50-50 on the event banner. If you do get her, she is worth investing in if you have the resources as she can be a fun unit in “Sunfire” teams and is also great for open-world exploration.

Genshin Impact Jean: Talents

Elemental Skill - Gale Blade: Focusing the might of the formless wind around her blade, Jean releases a miniature storm, launching opponents in the direction she aims at, dealing massive Anemo DMG.


At the cost of continued stamina consumption, Jean can command the whirlwind to pull surrounding opponents and objects towards her front. Direction can be adjusted.

The character is immobile during skill duration.

  • Max Duration: 5 seconds

  • Cooldown: 6 seconds

Elemental Burst - Dandelion Breeze: Calling upon the wind's protection, Jean creates a swirling Dandelion Field, launching surrounding opponents and dealing Anemo DMG.

At the same time, she instantly regenerates a large amount of HP for all party members. The amount of HP restored scales off Jean's ATK.

Dandelion Field

  • Continuously regenerates HP of characters within the AoE and continuously imbues them with Anemo.

  • Deals Anemo DMG to opponents entering or exiting the Dandelion Field.

  • Energy Cost: 80

  • Cooldown: 20 seconds

Genshin Impact Jean: Constellations

C1 - Spiraling Tempest: Increases the pulling speed of Gale Blade after holding for more than 1s, and increases the DMG dealt by 40%.

C2 - People’s Aegis: When Jean picks up an Elemental Orb/Particle, all party members have their Movement SPD and ATK SPD increased by 15% for 15s.

C3 - When the West Wind Arises: Increases the Level of Dandelion Breeze by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15.

C4 - Lands of Dandelion: Within the Field created by Dandelion Breeze, all opponents have their Anemo RES decreased by 40%.

C5 - Outbursting Gust: Increases the Level of Gale Blade by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.

C6 - Lion’s Fang, Fair Protector of Monstadt: Incoming DMG is decreased by 35% within the Field created by Dandelion Breeze. Upon leaving the Dandelion Field, this effect lasts for 3 attacks or 10s.

Genshin Impact Jean: Passives

Wind Companion: On hit, Jean's Normal Attacks have a 50% chance to regenerate HP equal to 15% of Jean's ATK for all party members.

Let the Wind Lead: Using Dandelion Breeze will regenerate 20% of its Energy.

Guiding Breeze: When Perfect Cooking is achieved on a dish with restorative effects, there is a 12% chance to obtain double the product.

For more Genshin Impact content, consider checking out our Nahida and Nilou character breakdowns in case you want to pull for either of them in the current banner rotation. We also have character guides for Kaveh and Baizhu if you are waiting for the second-half banners.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.