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Genshin Impact Zhongli
Wangsheng Funeral Parlor’s mysterious consultant. Handsome, elegant, and surpassingly learned.
Though no one knows where Zhongli is from, he is a master of courtesy and rules. From his seat at Wangsheng Funeral Parlor, he performs all manner of rituals.In-game Description
Zhongli is one of playable character in Genshin Impact.
Genshin Impact Zhongli Guide & Wiki
Below is a list of all details about Genshin Impact Zhongli, including his talents, constellation, ascension, base stats, and story entries.
|Rain of Stone||Normal/Charged Attack|
|Normal Attack : Performs up to 6 rapid strikes.
Charged Attack : Consumes a certain amount of Stamina to lunge forward, causing stone spears to fall along his path.
Plunging Attack : Plunges from mid-air to strike the gronud below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE DMG upon impact.
|Dominus Lapidis||Elemental Skill|
|Every mountain, rock, and inch of land is filled with the power of Geo, but those who can wield such powers freely are few and far between.
Press : Commands the omnipresent power of the earth to solidify into a Stone Stele, standing 30 seconds, dealing AoE Geo DMG at the creation.
Once per 2 seconds, the Stone Stele will resonate with the nearby Geo Constructs, dealing Geo DMG to surrounding opponents.
The Stone Stele is considered a Geo Construct, and can both be climbed and used to block attacks. Only one Stele may exist at any one time.
Hold : Causes nearby Geo energy to explode, causing the following effects:
|Planet Befall||Elemental Burst|
|Brings a falling meteor down to earth, dealing massive Geo DMG to opponents caught in its AoE and applying the Petrification status to them.
Petrification : Opponents affected by the Petrification status cannot move.
|Resonant Waves||When the Jade Shield takes DMG, it will Fortify:
Fortified characters have 5% increased Shield Strength.
Can stack up to 5 times, and lasts until the Jade Shield disappears.
|Dominance of Earth||Planet Befall deals additional DMG equal to 33% of Zhongli’s Max HP.|
|Arcanum of Crystal||Refunds 15% of the ores used when crafting Polearm-type weapons.|
Each Constellation activation requires a Stella Fortuna.
|1||Rock, the Backbone of Earth||Increases the maximum number of Stone Steles created by Dominus Lapidis that may exist simultaneously to 2.|
|2||Stone, the Cradle of Jade||Planet Befall grants nearby characters on the field a Jade Shield when it descends.|
|3||Jade, Shimmering through Darkness||Increases the Level of Dominus Lapidis by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|4||Topaz, Unbreakable and Fearless||Increases Planet Befall’s AoE by 20% and increases the duration of Planet Befall’s Petrification effect by 2s.|
|5||Lazuli, Herald of the Order||Increases the Level of Planet Befall by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|6||Chrysos, Bounty of Dominator||When the Jade Shield takes DMG, 40% of that incoming DMG is converted to HP for the current character. A single instance of regeneration cannot exceed 8% of that character’s Max HP.|
|Ascension||Max Lvl||Mora||Elemental Material 1||Elemental Material 2||Local Specialty||Common Material|
|1st||20||20,000||Prithiva Topaz Sliver ×1||None||Cor Lapis ×3||Slime Condensate ×3|
|2nd||40||40,000||Prithiva Topaz Fragment ×3||Basalt Pillar ×2||Cor Lapis ×10||Slime Condensate ×15|
|3rd||50||60,000||Prithiva Topaz Fragment ×6||Basalt Pillar ×4||Cor Lapis ×20||Slime Secretions ×12|
|4th||60||80,000||Prithiva Topaz Chunk ×3||Basalt Pillar ×8||Cor Lapis ×30||Slime Secretions ×18|
|5th||70||100,000||Prithiva Topaz Chunk ×6||Basalt Pillar ×12||Cor Lapis ×45||Slime Concentrate ×12|
|6th||80||120,000||Prithiva Topaz Gemstone ×6||Basalt Pillar ×20||Cor Lapis ×60||Slime Concentrate ×24|
Character Story Entries
In Liyue, if a person pays great attention to details, and has insuperable criteria by which they judge certain matters, then they are called “particular.”
In truth, everyone is “particular” about something. Some people hate spicy food, others don’t eat fish, and some want their tofu served sweet…
But as for Zhongli, he is particular about everything. He must attend operas by the most celebrated performers, take the most luxuriant thrushes out for walks, and he must go into the kitchen personally to instruct the cooks as to the ratio of scallops and fish required to make the most authentic Fullmoon Egg.
Zhongli has expertise in all manner of things: from fashion to daily necessities, wine and snacks, teas and spices, flora and fauna, and he will even actively debate affairs of trade, state, and international relations.
But he only ever fills you in on some useless trivia, because he enjoys sharing such interesting things with you.
When making a purchase, look to slash prices.
This is common knowledge among the people of Liyue. No matter what high heavens the store owner praises their product to, no matter its ancient history or classical value, prices are always flexible. Half the stated cost is a good place to start.
But when Zhongli pays up (or rather, calls for someone else to pay up on his behalf,) he never looks at the price tag. As long as it catches his eye, Zhongli will pay as much as the owner asks.
Indeed, he will even buy it at a premium sometimes.
But for some reason, Zhongli always forgets to bring money.
For small purchases, he has friends to help him out, and large bills he somehow finds ways to have written off.
To those merchants who secretly pride themselves on their powers of flattery, Zhongli is a man of strange proclivities: in truth, he knows a great deal about the value of money and finance, and he also understands the suffering of the people.
However, he seems to not understand that poverty is part of the human condition.
Or perhaps it might be said that he cannot imagine himself being poor.
How has such a person not died of hunger yet?
There is no way Zhongli can starve.
Such concerns as profit and loss are beneath his notice. The Seven Nations and the world itself are where his efforts are directed. As for wealth… He is wealth itself.
He is Morax, the overlord Rex Lapis who rules Liyue, and the Geo Archon of the Seven Archons. The very money that circulates throughout Teyvat, Mora, is named after him.
When night falls, and bustling Liyue begins to slumber, he will sometimes stand atop the towering mountains and gaze upon this city, which he made with his own hands.
To the people of Liyue, Rex Lapis has many divine titles.
When he laid down Liyue’s laws by his divine might, he was the God of Contracts. When he minted the first Mora and made Liyue strong by dint of commerce, the merchants revered him as the God of Commerce.
He has lived through countless years and is the eldest of the Seven, and so historian call him the God of History.
Thousands of years ago, the forbears of the citizens of Liyue Harbor struck stones together to start fires and used piled stones to create stove. These blessings derived from the Geo element led the Geo Archon to gain the title of God of the Stove.
People from other lands tend to call him Morax, though the people of Liyue prefer to use the term Rex Lapis.
But in the hearts of lovers of opera and children, Morax’s on-stage aspect, the all-conquering defender of Liyue — the War God — is the most fascinating.
The delicacies that Rex Lapis discovered while lost in the streets, the plaques inscribed with his handwriting, a famous opera that he once starred in, playing the part of a warrior…
Many stories and tales of Liyue are, when studied closely, stories of people visited by their deity at some point — and the citizens of Liyue are most proud indeed of that history.
As the founder of Liyue Harbor, “contracts” are the most important thing to Morax.
From simple monetary exchange and agreements between merchants to the ancient laws that Morax himself laid down, there is no part of city life untouched by “contracts.”
To merchants, “contracts” are the most important standard that they hold themselves: deadlines, invoices, shipping destinations… Only a refined and strict order can sustain vibrant commerce, which is itself the lifeblood of Liyue Harbor.
Thus the Qixing punish violators of such laws unceasingly, not only to uphold the divine rulings of Morax but also to allow Liyue to maintain its vitality.
Through the millennia, every generation of the Liyue Qixing commits to interpreting the law, including subtle amendments to plug loopholes found in the law. Any loopholes that remain undiscovered are seen by the merchants as “permissible if unaddressed,” and they make killings off such holes until they are discovered and patched up by the Liyue Qixing.
Amid this game of cat-and-mouse, the book that collates such amendments has reached a whopping 279 pages thick.
The person currently responsible for maintaining this book, the Tianquan Ningguang, is secretly (and humorously) referred to as the “Tailor of Liyue,” in honor of her speed in patching these laws up, and for her sharpness of eye.
But no matter how complicated or tangled mortal laws become, one of these stands above all others in the eyes of Rex Lapis.
“The one who reneges on their words shall suffer the Wrath of the Rock.”
Rex Lapis, most ancient of The Seven, has lived far too long. Rex Lapis still remembers that moment when the final archon took their divine seat, thus ending the Archon War and the era of warring gods. The Seven were a diverse lot and dispersed far and wide, but they all shouldered the burden of guiding humanity.
As time passed, many of the Seven’s titles changed hands, and none now remain of the first Seven but Rex Lapis.
The second-eldest was carefree Barbatos, the Anemo Archon.
When Barbatos first came to Liyue, Rex Lapis believed this colleague to have encountered some terrible crisis in pursuit of their duties, requiring his aid.
So when Barbatos descended in a gust of wind, the Geo Archon had already prepared himself to receive this neighboring deity and lend what help he may. But as he looked, the Anemo Archon tossed a wine bottle at him.
“Here’s some wine from Mondstadt. Care for a taste?” To forsake one’s duty to deliver a single bottle of wine — what a preposterous notion!
Yet the Anemo Archon kept coming to visit, to explore Liyue Harbor, all sorts of strange questions on his lips. The Anemo Archon’s questions knew as little limits as the wine in his hands.
From then on, the first Seven would often gather in Liyue. Rex Lapis still remembers how those wines tasted.
The world has changed much since then, and all that was once familiar has faded into memory. The seven seats changed and again were changed, till five of the seven at the table were all departed.
Nor would the duty of guiding humanity be honored by the new archons.
Even the hardest rocks may be worn down after three thousand years.
Nor would the wind ever return again.
One drizzly day, the ancient ruler was strolling about Liyue Harbor, and overheard a merchant telling one of his workers, “You’ve finished with your duties, go ahead and call it a day.”
Long did he stand amidst the milling crowd.
“Have I… already finished my duties?”
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