Genshin Impact Jueyun Chili Guide – Jueyun Chili Location & Uses

If you’re experienced with Genshin Impact, chances are you already know exactly why you’re looking for Jueyun Chili. For those of you who don’t, it’s one of the many materials you need to collect in order to make your characters stronger and stronger. Used in Xiangling’s character ascension this item is absolutely crucial for anyone who wants to use her in their party. Here’s where to find Jueyun Chili, how to harvest it, and what items it’s currently used for.

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Where to Find Jueyun Chili

Jueyun Chili is a relatively plentiful resource with 42 separate nodes to visit. There are two main areas for you to focus on: a smaller grouping near Qingce Village and a much larger, albeit more spread out, patch surrounding Qingyun Peak. If this area isn’t unlocked on your map just yet, don’t worry, keep playing the story and eventually you’ll be asked to make the trek south to Liyue. The earliest location you can collect these is Qingce Village.

Remember, the plants will refresh around every two to three real-world days. Because of this, I recommend hitting both areas. This will maximize your farm, reducing the amount of time spent waiting for them to respawn.

If you want to speed things up, visit Chef Mao at the Wanmin Restaurant in Liyue Harbor. He sells five Jueyun Chili at 1,000 Mora each. Just like the actual flowers, he only restocks every two days though, so don’t expect to be making the purchase daily.

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Jueyun Chili Uses

Jueyun Chili is rare in that it’s used in a decent number of cooking recipes including Jade Parcels, Wanmin Restaurant’s Boiled Fish, Stir-Fried Filet, Rockin’ Riffin’ Chicken, Qingce Stir Fry, Jueyun Guoba, Jueyun Chili Chicken, Flash-Fried Filet, and Black-Back Perch Stew. It also happens to be Xiangling’s character ascension material.

It takes 168 Jueyun Chili to reach Ascension 6 for a single character, so I recommend you start farming early. Even if you don’t have Xiangling right now, there’s always a chance you could pick her up later down the road. If you farm about 30 nodes every two days and you also purchase the chilis from the vendor, you should have enough after about one to two weeks of effort. Honestly, compared to some other characters, this is one resource that’s relatively easy to grind, there’s just a delay due to respawn times.

It’s possible that the Jueyun Chili will become more useful once another region releases. We will update our guide with any new information or if changes are made to this crafting material.

You can find our updated guide for Xiangling below. We run down all of her abilities and explain how you want to build her including recommendations for team composition, best weapons, best artifacts, and more!

Genshin Impact Xiangling Guide: Best Build, Artifacts & Team (January 2021)

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