Housing (aka. Serenitea Pot System, Homeland, or Player Housing) is a system in Genshin Impact that allows the player to create their own home.
- 1 How to Access
- 2 Realm Layouts
- 3 Furnishing
- 4 Furnishing Sets
- 5 Companions
- 6 Load (Furnishing Capacity)
- 7 Adeptal Mirror
- 8 Trust Rank
- 9 Jar of Riches
- 10 Realm Depot
- 11 Teapot Traveling Salesman
- 12 Co-Op Mode
- 13 Guides
- 14 Trivia
- 15 Change History
- 16 Navigation
How to Access
The Serenitea Pot can be used to enter and exit the realm. Teleporting to a Teleport Waypoint when inside the Serenitea Pot can also exit the realm. If the player logs out while inside the Serenitea Pot and then logs back in, they will spawn at the location in Teyvat where they entered the Serenitea Pot. Note that certain gadgets like the Parametric Transformer cannot be used while inside the Serenitea Pot (see Errors).
In your realm, you can place buildings, geological features, furniture, decorations, plants, animals, and more. You can design indoor and outdoor areas to your liking. They can be obtained from increasing Trust Rank, completing the Adeptal Mirror, participating in events, and exchanging Realm Currency from the Realm Depot or Teapot Traveling Salesman.
After obtaining and learning Furnishing Blueprints, you can interact with the teapot spirit to craft furnishings. You can cut down trees, collect ore and plants, and craft fabric and dye at the teapot spirit's location to obtain more materials for crafting furnishings.
Furnishing Sets are groups of furnishings that can be placed in a set arrangement. Furnishing Set Blueprints can be obtained from Adeptal Mirror, Trust Rank, and Realm Depot. Gift Sets are special Furnishing Sets that can have Companions invited to them.
Up to 8 Characters the player owns can be placed in the realm. While in the realm, characters will generate Companionship EXP over time. The higher the Adeptal Energy Rank, the more EXP they generate. Players can talk to the characters in realms.
Characters have their favourite furnishing sets. When placed in them, the characters will have some special dialogue and give some rewards. Characters placed within the Realm can be invited to their Gift Set without moving them in the Furnishing Placement menu.
Characters are treated like Animals and Furnishings and will be counted towards the area's load in which they are placed onto.
Load (Furnishing Capacity)
"Load", aka "Furnishing Capacity", is an indicator used to tell the player how many more furnishings they can place. Each furnishing has its own load-value, with large buildings taking up more load than smaller objects such as cupboards. Due to their need for AI and pathing, pets (cats, dogs, boar, cranes) and Characters currently have the highest overall load-value out of any piece of placeable "furniture" (bar some notable exceptions like the Northern Stone Hearth).
Load currently uses a traffic-light system, with green telling the player they can still place many more furnishings, orange indicating that they are running out of space and red indicating that space is very limited, or that they have already reached the max-capacity.
The Adeptal Mirror includes missions that give Furnishing Blueprints and Furnishings. It works similarly to the Adventurer Handbook.
Trust Rank Bonuses
Trust Rank Requirements & Unlocks
Jar of Riches
A precious jar that can extract wealth from Adeptal Energy.
Perhaps the accumulated Realm Currency can be exchanged with teapot spirits for some special goods.
Placing different kinds of furnishings can increase the amount of Adeptal Energy.
The Realm Depot is shop where Realm Currency is used to purchase items, furnishings, and furnishing blueprints.
Teapot Traveling Salesman
Chubby (aka Teapot Traveling Salesman) is a teapot spirit that visits the Traveler's realm every Friday daily reset. The Teapot Traveling Salesman will bring some novel furnishings every week to exchange with Realm Currency, and the Furnishing Blueprints they bring to each Traveler will be different.
Travelers and friends share the number of times they can redeem furnishings at the Travel Depot.
From 4:00 AM every Friday to 4:00 AM on the Monday of the next week, the Teapot Traveling Salesman will visit your realm, bringing precious wares and rare treasures.
From 4:00 AM every Saturday to 4:00 AM on the Monday of the next week, you can also visit other player's realms to exchange with the Traveling Salesman.
The Housing shop menu can be accessed by speaking to Chubby. The furnishings available in the shop varies and the number of items depends on the player's Trust Rank when Chubby arrives for the weekend. The possible items include:
|Sub-Space Boulder: Craggy Canopy||40||6|
|Sub-Space Boulder: Rocky Bulwark||40||6|
|Sub-Space Boulder: Verdant Peak||40||6|
|Sub-Space Boulder: Slumbering Stratus||40||6|
|Sub-Space Boulder: Palace Steps||40||6|
|Sub-Space Boulder: Refined Beauty||40||6|
- Chubby: The one before you is known as Jade Seeker. One travels far and wide, seeking naught but to witness all of the treasures this world has to offer...
- What do you sell here?
- Chubby: Ahh... encounters with fine treasures cannot be forced. This is something that only fate may decide.
- (Opens Traveling Depot shop)
- Chubby: To gain that which you treasure is a blessing indeed — but do not be aggrieved should fate deny you the object of your desire.
- (In someone else's Serenitea Pot)
- Observe: (Seems we have ourselves another teapot spirit...)
To visit Friends' Serenitea Pots, head to the Paimon Menu and go to Friends. Under the Friend's profile pic, select the option to visit their Serenitea Pot. Visiting others' Serenitea Pots to buy from their Traveling Salesman is required to advance in the Adeptal Mirror.
In Co-Op Mode, the player is able to speed up the Creation of Furnishings for their friends by heading to Tubby and activating the Guest Assistance. This will reduce the creation time by 4 hours max. One friend may only speed up one Creation per day.
If a friend has Allow Direct Join turned on in their Serenitea Pot, you can visit their place even if they are offline. This setting is independent from world permissions.
- In Chinese, the Serenitea Pot is called 尘歌壶 Chén'gē Hú. Chen'ge (尘歌) is an anagram of Gechen (歌尘) which refers to the sound of singing. In English this is translated to Serenitea, a pun on the words serenity and tea. The word Hu (壶) means pot.
- In Portuguese, the Serenitea Pot is called Bule de Relachá. This is a pun with the last syllable of the verb Relaxar (To Relax) and the noun Chá (Tea) having the same pronunciation.