Here are the complete lists of Xiangling materials for her ascension and talents in Genshin Impact. Learn more about her talent scaling stats, base stats, constellations, and community ratings on this page.
|BASIC INFO AND COMMUNITY RATINGS|
|– Valuable in all content. |
– High attack speed.
– Wide AoE elemental burst
|– Positioning her Elemental skill can be difficult.|
Xiangling Base Stats
Xiangling’s ascension stat is bonus Elemental Mastery, which increases with each ascension phase.
Xiangling Ascension Materials
Here is the list of Xiangling materials needed to reach her maximum ascension level: Agnidus Agate, Slimes, and Everflame Seed. As for Jueyun Chili, it can be collected in the Liyue region.
Xiangling Talent Materials
The materials to level up Xiangling’s talent are Slimes, Dvalin’s Claw, and Diligence book series from Taishan Mansion Domain located near Jueyun Karst.
The total level-up materials required for each of Xiangling’s Talents are as follows:
Her skills are designed to either assist her or anyone else who is on the field but at the same time she can also deal great damage with good mobility.
|Normal Attack |
Performs up to five consecutive spear strikes.
Consumes a certain amount of Stamina to lunge forward, dealing damage to opponents along the way.
Plunges from mid-air to strike the ground below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE DMG upon impact.
|Attributes||Level 1||Level 10|
|3-Hit DMG||26.06% + 26.06%||51.51% + 51.51%|
|4-Hit DMG||14.1% * 4||27.88% * 4|
|Charged Attack DMG||121.69%||240.55%|
|Charged Attack Stamina Cost||25||25|
|Low/High Plunge DMG||127.84% / 159.68%||252.7% / 315.64%|
Her basic attack is a 5 consecutive spear attack with multiple attacks on some hits. Her charged attack is a drill like thrust and can be a kind of inconsistent in how it hits some enemies but it can be canceled mid animation to optimize DPS.
|Summons Guoba, who will continuously breathe fire at opponents, dealing AoE Pyro DMG.|
|Attributes||Level 1||Level 15|
|Cooldown||12 Seconds||12 Seconds|
Xiangling takes out her Guoba which is her fire panda bear that she keeps on her side and she places it on the ground in front of her. Guoba will then target the closest enemy and deal Pyro damage in bursts.
Be sure to note that Guoba doesn’t taunt enemies. So, enemies will still come after you even when Guoba is on the field. It has a 12-second cooldown and Guoba lasts about 8 seconds.
|Displaying her mastery over both fire and polearms, Xiangling sends a Pyronado whirling around her. The Pyronado will move with your character for the ability’s duration, dealing Pyro DMG to all opponents in its path.|
|Attributes||Level 1||Level 15|
|1-Hit Swing DMG||72%||AA|
|2-Hit Swing DMG||88%||AA|
|3-Hit Swing DMG||109.6%||AA|
|Duration||10 Seconds||10 Seconds|
|Cooldown||20 Seconds||20 Seconds|
Xiangling’s elemental burst sends out a spinning projectile that circles around whatever character you have out and lasts for about 10 seconds. During this time it can consistently hit enemies for Pyro damage and it’s able to combo with other elements you’re using which creates tons of reaction damage if you’re utilizing it correctly.
On cast, it deals three quick hits of Pyro damage so make sure that you’re facing your main target when you cast it to get in some bonus damage.
Because her burst rotates clockwise around you, if you rotate around the enemy counterclockwise you’re able to get in a bunch more hits. This may seem inefficient since you can’t move while attacking but consider the bonus damage you get from elemental procs. With elemental procs hitting more often that means you’ll get more buffed hits in which makes this fairly useful for larger enemies.
Xiangling Passive Talents
Unlock 2 more passive talents for Xiangling on her first and fourth ascension phase.
|1st Ascension Passive|
|Increases the flame range of Guoba by 20%.|
|Beware, It’s Super Hot!|
|4th Ascension Passive|
|When Guoba Attack’s effects end, Guoba leaves a chili pepper on the spot where it disappeared. Picking up a chili pepper increases ATK by 10% for 10s.|
|Chef de Cuisine|
|When Xiangling cooks an ATK-boosting dish perfectly, she has a 12% chance to receive double the product.|
Her passive talents are focused around her companion Guoba with the final one unlocking the hot chili pepper which gets left behind after Guoba is done with setting everyone on fire. This chili pepper can be picked up by anyone which is why she’s amazing at support since you can provide your main damage dealer with an extra 10% increased ATK.
New constellation’s passive abilities can be unlocked for Xiangling each time you obtain a character’s specific item called Stella Fortuna and these upgrades can permanently enhance Xiangling in various ways.
|Crispy Outside, Tender Inside|
|Opponents hit by Guoba’s attacks have their Pyro RES reduced by 15% for 6s.|
|Oil Meets Fire|
|The last attack in a Normal Attack sequence applies the Implode status onto the opponent for 2s. An explosion will occur once this duration ends, dealing 75% of Xiangling’s ATK as AoE Pyro DMG.|
|Increases the Level of Pyronado by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|Pyronado’s duration is increased by 40%.|
|Increases the Level of Guoba Attack by 3. Maximum upgrade level is 15.|
|For the duration of Pyronado, all party members receive a 15% Pyro DMG Bonus.|
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