College Professor sneakily blends in Genshin Impact references for the exam questions

Genshin Impact has a very vibrant and huge community that ranges across ages and this time around an incident involving a teacher and their students proved it. A College Professor did manage to blend in some Genshin Impact references to the exam questions and surprised the students, proving the fact that the game has a big and vibrant gaming community.

The professor, who is already part of the Genshin Community shared his work on the platform titled ” Keeping it lowkey so my students won’t suspect that their professor is a traveler as well “. The professor shared words like COCO, GOAT, and Gwen Yu all of which are references to one specific character, the popular Cryo Catalyst user Ganyu. Cocogoat is also a reference to one of the earliest character quests in the game, in which Qiqi stated that the Cocogoat is the source of coconut milk. The community still refers to Ganyu by the nickname Cocogoat.

The character Ganyu since release way back in the game has been on and off the banners being released in the game. With the character making a couple of appearances in the form of limited banners, the last banner appearance was back in version 3.6 where Dendro user Baizhu was featured who was a new character at the time.

Genshin Impact Version 4.1 Fortress of Meropide
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The game Genshin Impact has been one of the success stories in terms of game penetration across various ages in society and this particular incident could be a prime example of it. Games tend to die out not because of outdated features but because of inactive communities, and Genshin Impact has managed to solve this problem already it seems with the community of the game being so diverse and so active.

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