It can be found on a small island in the Guyun Stone Forest, Liyue. It takes the appearance of a large cube with a glowing core at its center. Like all Hypostases, it cannot take damage when its shell is intact, only when its core is exposed.
The blossom also offers the following Artifact Sets:
The cost of claiming the Trounce Blossom is Original Resin ×40.
Rewards and difficulty increase with Adventure Rank (AR).
At all World Levels, Geo Hypostasis rewards Adventure EXP ×200.
|2||41||3,650||144||30||Previous Rewards +
|4||62||4,125||166||35||Previous Rewards +
|6||83||4,725||189||40||Previous Rewards +
Artifact drop ranges are primarily sourced from the Genshin Data Gathering team.
Abilities and Attacks
- Summon Pillars: Summons 4 pillars in a large triangle formation around the arena, it will sit on one at a time and teleport between them. These pillars take Poise Damage, and are weakest against Blunt Attacks. When a pillar is destroyed, a Geo Energy Orb will be generated.
- Stone Pellets: Flies into the air and forms a rhombus with its shell pieces before absorbing them all and using them to fire a continuous stream of stone pellets, dealing 25% ATK as Geo DMG on hit. Move around to dodge.
- Stone Seal: Floats into the air and forms a sort of flat, plated formation out of shell pieces while channeling a Geo seal around the player. After a few seconds, it will break the seal and summon a large pillar at the player's location after a short delay, dealing 100% ATK as AoE Geo DMG.
- Shockwave: Floats into the air and briefly channels energy into the pillar it is floating on before emitting a single shockwave, dealing 100% ATK as AoE Geo DMG. This attack cannot be avoided using dash i-frames.
- Tremors: Spirals into the air and channels energy into its pillar, causing all pillars to emit continuous shockwaves for the duration of the attack, dealing 100% ATK as AoE Geo DoT. Destroying the concentrated Geo energy near the Hypostasis' pillar creates a Geo forcefield that blocks the shockwaves. While inside the forcefield, destroy the pillar it is on to bring the Geo Hypostasis back down to ground level. This attack cannot be avoided using dash i-frames.
- Hammerfall: Teleports next to the player and forms its shell pieces into a giant hammer that it smashes into the ground, dealing 150% ATK as AoE Geo DMG and sending out three trails of shockwaves in front of it that deal 50% ATK as AoE Geo DMG. This attack can only be used once all of the Hypostasis' pillars have been destroyed.
- Clap: Quickly flies next to the player and forms a large wall, which folds in a "clapping" motion very quickly, dealing 100% ATK as AoE Geo DMG in front of the wall.
- Rain of Rocks: Causes pellets to continuously rain down in various small areas around the arena, dealing 25% ATK as AoE Geo DoT. Particularly large chunks of rock periodically fall in the same areas, dealing 75% ATK as AoE Geo DMG. This attack will only be used when the Hypostasis is on the ground, and only seems to work the first time it is used.
- Terra Resurgence: When HP is low (approx. 5%), the Hypostasis teleports to the center of the arena and forms 3 pillars that channel Geo energy. After 15 seconds, the pillars are absorbed to heal 15%/35%/50% of its HP for 1/2/3 pillars absorbed. Destroy all pillars to immediately kill the Hypostasis. These pillars take Poise Damage, and are weakest against Blunt Attacks. If a pillar is destroyed, it will not respawn the next time Terra Resurgence is used. If if this move is completed, the Hypostasis will use Summon Pillars. When a pillar is destroyed, a Geo Energy Orb will be generated.
When the fight is initiated, the Geo Hypostasis will immediately conjure four pillars as its starting attack. These Geo pillars can be damaged by any character, but Blunt Attacks such as those from claymores, plunging attacks, and Geo DMG are the most effective in damaging them. The damage dealt to these pillars depends on the poise damage of the particular attack and whether it is blunt or not.
The Geo Hypostasis will warp around active pillars and use a varying range of attacks at its disposal. Its "Stone Pellets" attack can also damage the pillars, but deals very little damage compared to claymores and the Geo element. The core itself can be damaged by ranged attacks when hovering on a pillar.
Whenever it performs its Tremor attack, a concentrated batch of Geo energy will appear next to the pillar where it is floating on. Destroying this batch of energy will generate a Geo shield dome that protects players from these shockwaves, as long as they are inside it.
Destroying the pillar the Geo Hypostasis is floating on will automatically cancel its attack and it will crash to the ground, becoming dazed for several seconds in the process.
If all pillars are destroyed, the Geo Hypostasis tends to resummon them immediately, but may occasionally perform a few other attacks before doing so if it does not.
When it reaches 5% of its health, it will warp to the center of the field and summon three pillars in an attempt revive itself. As with the normal pillars during the battle, they are weak to Blunt Attacks, but these are far weaker than the ones during the fight. See Shields/Shield Gauge Data for general data on enemy shields.
4 Achievements match the category selection:
|Juggernaut||Wonders of the World||Crush all of a Geo Hypostasis' Rock Pillars of Revival before it can be revived.||10|
|A House Ill-Founded||Wonders of the World||Cause the same Geo Hypostasis to fall three times by destroying the Basalt Column that it is on.||5|
|None Stand Secure||Wonders of the World||Force the Geo Hypostasis into its revival state without destroying any Basalt Columns.||5|
|You Have to Hit the Pillars||Meetings in Outrealm: Series I||Defeat a Geo Hypostasis in Co-Op Mode.||10|
- Each of the Hypostases are named after one of the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, with "Gimel" (Hebrew: גּ Gimel) being named after the third.
- Its codename was previously recorded as "Grimoire" in the Adventurer Handbook, which did not match its monster title in-game.
|Language||Official Name||Literal Meaning|
Wúxiàng zhī Yán
Wúxiàng zhī Yán
Musou no Iwa
|Spanish||Hipostasis Geo||Geo Hypostasis|
|French||Hypostase Géo||Geo Hypostasis|
|Vietnamese||Nham Nguyên Bản||Prototype Geo|
|Portuguese||Hypostasis Geo||Geo Hypostasis|