Genshin Impact is an open-world RPG that debuted in September 2020. The game earned a staggering $245 million in the first month of its launch, propelling it up the grossing charts. Studies show that the mobile version is the one that is in the hot seat right now, owing to its ease of use and accessibility. Among the game’s farmable materials, Qingxin is a translucent white flower that only grows on the highest stone peaks, and in this guide, we will discuss all its locations in Genshin Impact and its and its future applications.
We have previously discussed how to gather other farmable materials like Silk Flowers, Cecilia Flowers, Valberry, Wolfhook, Philanemo Mushroom, Windwheel Aster, Glaze Lily, Dandelion Seeds, Small Lamp Grass, Calla Lily, Noctilucous Jade, and Cor Lapis. So make sure to check these farming guides as well. For now, let’s focus on Qingxin.
Qingxin in Genshin Impact
Item Category: Liyue Local Specialty
Qingxin is a translucent white flower that only grows on the highest stone peaks. It eschews the warmth and moisture of the plains to gaze out afar from the solitary mountaintops.
Where to find Qingxin in Genshin Impact
Quingxin is usually found in
- The heights of stone forests
- Jueyun Karst
- Huaguang Stone Forest
- Sold by Bubu Pharmacy
Qingxin is usually found at the very top of Mountains and Cliff, they can also be found in low elevated areas. Get to those locations marked on the maps and climb your way to the peak and get those Qingxin. Farming Qingxin in Huaguang Stone Forest and Qingce Village is one of the easier routes, so farm there every now and then.
How is Qingxin useful in Genshin Impact?
Ganyu and Xiao are the only characters that need Qingxin for their ascension. Each character requires 168 Qingxin for their ascension to the max level 90. None of the available weapons use Qingxin for ascensions. Like most of the local specialty in the game, Qingxin also has a respawn time of 2 days.
Where to buy Qingxin from?
Qingxin can be brought from Herbalist Gui, He can be found in Bubu Pharmacy at Liyue Harbor. His shop has 10 Qingxin in stock, each costing 600 Mora and they get refreshed every 3 days. Qingxin is also used to cook Tianshu Meat.
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