Heart of Depth, also called Ocean Conqueror in the Adventurer Handbook, is an artifact set obtained through the Peak of Vindagnyr domain.

Main Stats

Each artifact has one main stat, determined by the artifact's type/slot. Its starting value is determined by the artifact's rarity. See Artifacts/Main Stat Scaling for values per level.

Flower of Life Icon Flower of Life.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP645 - 3,571717 - 4,780
Plume of Death Icon Plume of Death.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
ATK42 - 23247 - 311
Sands of Eon Icon Sands of Eon.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
ATK%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
DEF%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Elemental Mastery25 - 13928 - 187
Energy Recharge%7.0 - 38.7%7.8 - 51.8%
Goblet of Eonothem Icon Goblet of Eonothem.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
ATK%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
DEF%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Elemental Mastery25 - 13928 - 187
Elemental DMG Bonus%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
Physical DMG Bonus%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Circlet of Logos Icon Circlet of Logos.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
ATK%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
DEF%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Elemental Mastery25 - 13928 - 187
CRIT Rate%4.2 - 23.2%4.7 - 31.1%
CRIT DMG%8.4 - 46.4%9.3 - 62.2%
Healing Bonus%4.8 - 26.8%5.4 - 35.9%

Sub Stats

Along with the main stat, artifacts can have up to 4 sub-stats; the starting number is based on its rarity.

An artifact cannot have duplicate sub-stats, and its sub-stats cannot be the same as the main stat. (E.g., an artifact with an ATK% main stat cannot gain an ATK% sub-stat, but could have a flat ATK sub-stat.)

Rarity Max LV Base # of
Sub Stats
# of Unlocks # of Upgrades
4 Stars +16 2-3 1-2 2-3
5 Stars +20 3-4 0-1 4-5

The initial value of each sub-stat is also randomized according to rarity.

Possible sub-stat values
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP167 / 191 / 215 / 239209 / 239 / 269 / 299
ATK11 / 12 / 14 / 1614 / 16 / 18 / 19
DEF13 / 15 / 17 / 1916 / 19 / 21 / 23
HP%3.3% / 3.7% / 4.2% / 4.7%4.1% / 4.7% / 5.3% / 5.8%
ATK%3.3% / 3.7% / 4.2% / 4.7%4.1% / 4.7% / 5.3% / 5.8%
DEF%4.1% / 4.7% / 5.3% / 5.8%5.1% / 5.8% / 6.6% / 7.3%
Elemental Mastery13 / 15 / 17 / 1916 / 19 / 21 / 23
Energy Recharge%3.6% / 4.1% / 4.7% / 5.2%4.5% / 5.2% / 5.8% / 6.5%
CRIT Rate%2.2% / 2.5% / 2.8% / 3.1%2.7% / 3.1% / 3.5% / 3.9%
CRIT DMG%4.4% / 5% / 5.6% / 6.2%5.4% / 6.2% / 7% / 7.8%

Every 4 enhancement levels, an artifact sub-stat gets added or increased:

  • If the artifact has fewer than 4 sub-stats, it gains a new random sub-stat with a random value from the table above.
  • If the artifact already has 4 sub-stats, a random sub-stat is increased by a random amount from the table above.

Enhancing

Enhancing artifacts requires other artifacts to be used as fodder. See Artifacts#Enhancing.

Lore

Item Gilded Corsage.png Gilded Corsage
A mantle brooch that has lost its luster. The gold plating that once adorned it was ground away by the wind and the waves long ago.

A corsage whose coloration has been blistered away by the sea-salt wind.

Even a man who wanders the ocean waves,
Has items and memories that he prizes.

The great warship raised its anchor and headed out to sea, and the Chief Mate once more left harbor with the Skipper.
For the Skipper's absurd pursuit, and for his own faded memories,
The Chief Mate hummed a crappy shanty of his own composing,
forming a chorus with the whales and the waves.

"The scoundrel who gave up his family name and the witch who hunted him (never) reached the sea!"
"The wise step-brother who could not be an heir became head at last (or did he?)"

"Words that cannot be sung... Have I also forsaken the truth for illusions?"
"Having lost it all, and given it all up, and then sinking beneath the waves..."
"...Maybe this isn't the worst of endings, after all. Hahahahaha!"
Item Gust of Nostalgia.png Gust of Nostalgia
A feather carried over by whimpering sea winds and crimson waves. The passage of time has changed its shape and color.

A red feather is an ill omen, perhaps even a portent of death.

It washed ashore one day together with the corpse of a great sea creature.

The cynical Chief Mate was no native of Liyue. Rather, he came from a gray land ruled by an aristocracy.
All said that he, too, was once such a noble, but that he must have disgraced his house and been turned out as a result.
That was but baseless hearsay, however, for when he first came to the harbor, he carried naught but a slim sword,
And a small sapphire-blue feather pinned to his mantle.

Later, the wanderer would throw in with the Skipper and set out to sea, contending with great waves and sea creatures alike.
That once azure-blue feather would also be stained red by blood and by the salt of the great ocean.

In his last moment,
He clearly recalled those days now drowned in drink.
Like treasure in the sand brought to light by the lapping waves...
Item Copper Compass.png Copper Compass
An ancient bronze compass. Its needle points towards some ever-distant shore, to a non-existent harbor.

A bronze compass used by a seaman.

In an ever-tumultuous life of wandering,
It points toward the direction where its owner's heart lies.

The rough Skipper once used this compass to guide his huge ship,
Navigating treacherous ocean paths and conquering huge whirlpools.
It also guided the one whose deep hatred hid behind an uninhibited laugh,
And who, lost and despondent, sought death and burning drink...

"I believe you all sing that the thief could not avoid the gallows in the end, eh?"
"As long as you have a place to belong to, even ending up in the belly of a fish would be alright—"
"Hey now, didn't you sign a contract with this ship when you came aboard?"
"That memory didn't get washed down with the wine, did it?"
"Good, then — after all, it is time to fulfill your contract."

"Is that so? ...Well, alright. It doesn't matter anymore, anyway..."
Item Goblet of Thundering Deep.png Goblet of Thundering Deep
A faded wine cup that was unintentionally dredged up from the sea. Its dull exterior tells of the days it has spent beneath the waves.

A faded, but finely-crafted wine cup,

Ground down by the sands in the sea's depths.

The exquisite cup fell from the Chief Mate's hand, raising tiny ripples as it hit the ocean surface.
What did it see amid the schools of fish in the dying light?
What had he encountered amidst the silent alleys, before the bars of the flower-inlaid windows of a secret tryst?
Down and down the dark gold cup sank, into the dreams of the sea monster, and into the dreams of the Chief Mate...

"Someday, I will return the favor for this mark of humiliation that you left upon me."
The moonlight illuminated sapphire eyes and that striking scar.
In his memory, her countenance grew brighter, beautiful, cold and proud,
But he had forgotten what he had said then, and grew suddenly despondent as a result.

"Come to think of it, how many times have I forgotten the past..."

"Ha, does it matter how you retell the past?"
"All deaths are in vain. There is no saving that which has already sunk."
Item Wine-Stained Tricorne.png Wine-Stained Tricorne
An ancient, wine-stained sea hat that still reeks of alcohol even now.

A tricorne hat thick with the smell of alcohol.

Its shape and design symbolize the position of its owner.

The hard-drinking Chief Mate was lost in a drunken reverie from morning till night, and was rarely ever sober.
He reeked of alcohol all over, mumbling often of tattered memories.
The jovial Skipper did not reprimand him, however, and indeed kept giving him important responsibilities.

"Well, we are both people without a thing to our names, eh? Hahahaha!"

"The wine-sodden sea hat was thrust by a storm into the sky, and then carried away on the roiling waves"
"Those fated to lose their homelands engage in battles bereft of hope and want"
"That which they lost to the sea of memory, they sought to reclaim from the deep"

"The wind and waves are correct. We have found it."
"That giant creature that haunts and gnaws at me even in my dreams..."
"The time for vengeance has arrived. We set sail!"

Trivia

Change History

Released in Version 1.2
Version 1.2
  • December 24, 2020 - Fixes a mistake in the 2-Piece Set effect description in Traditional Chinese (the actual effects of the set in-game work as intended).
  • December 23, 2020 - Heart of Depth was released as a drop from Peak of Vindagnyr.

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