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The Inventory is where all items obtained on your journey through Teyvat are stored in Genshin Impact.

Up to 2,000 unique items can be held at a time, excluding Weapons and Artifacts which are counted separately. The 2,000-item limit is based on item type, and does not count quantities of each item. (For example, if you have 400 Berries, those 400 Berries count as 1 item and not 400.)

Maximum Item Quantities

The maximum quantity of a single item

The maximum quantity that a single item can be held at one time depend on the type of item:

Some Quest Items, such as Childe and Teucer's Mora Pouch (35,000) have exceptions to these limits.

The message that pops up when attempting to pick up another item when holding the maximum amount

If one attempts to pick up another item while having 9,999 of the item, a message pops up on the screen, titled "Hint", and with the text: "No space left in Inventory. Please free up some space and try again." If one attempts to cook a dish while having 2,000 of that dish, a message is displayed stating "No space left in Inventory for another [Dish Name]. Please free up some space and try again."

Inventory Categories

Icon Inventory Weapons.png Weapons

All owned and equipped Weapons. Can be sorted by Level or Quantity, in ascending or descending order. 1★, 2★, and 3★ Weapons can be destroyed for Enhancement Ore. 4★ and 5★ Weapons cannot be destroyed. If the Weapon is currently equipped, the character's icon is displayed in the top right.

Select Details to see Weapon Details, Enhance, Ascend or Refine, and Description. Menu title is [Weapon Type] / [Weapon Name]. Select Details > Fast Equip to equip Weapon to a character or swap between characters if already equipped.

A maximum of 2,000 Weapons can be held at a time.

Icon Inventory Artifacts.png Artifacts

All owned and equipped Artifacts. Can be sorted by Level or Quantity, in ascending or descending order, and filtered by Artifact Set. 1★, 2★, 3★, and 4★ Artifacts can be destroyed for Mora. 5★ Artifacts cannot be destroyed. If the Artifact is currently equipped, the character's icon is displayed in the top right.

Select Details to see Artifact Details, Enhance, and Description. Menu title is [Artifact Type] / [Artifact Name]. Select Details > Fast Equip to equip Artifact to a character or swap Artifact with existing Artifact if already equipped. Changes in Set Bonus and Character Attributes are displayed.

A maximum of 1,500 Artifacts can be held at a time.

Icon Inventory Character Development Items.png Character Development Items

Contains various items related to upgrading characters and weapons, such as Character EXP Materials, Common Ascension Materials, Weekly Boss Drops, Character Ascension Materials, Talent Level-Up Materials, and Weapon Ascension Materials, displayed in this order. There are no filters or sorting options in this category. None of the items in this category can be destroyed.

Icon Inventory Food.png Food

Where all food and potions are stored. These items can be used directly from the Inventory by selecting Use. If the item recovers HP or Revives, then it can be used by selecting the amount to use and the character in the current party to use it on.

Items are listed in the following order, from top-to-bottom, with higher-rarity items appearing first, in the order of Suspicious, Normal, Delicious, Special dishes:

  • Fixed HP Recovery Items (Apples and Sunsettias)
  • Holy Water
  • Percentage-based HP Recovery Dishes (doesn't differentiate between % + Fixed HP items or % + Heal-Over-Time items)
  • Revival Dishes
  • Stamina-reduction Dishes
  • Stamina-restore Dishes
  • ATK/CRIT Rate/Physical DMG-boosting Dishes (doesn't differentiate between type)
  • DEF/Shield-boosting Dishes (doesn't differentiate between type)
  • Resistance Potions
  • DMG-boosting Potions
  • Goulash

Only Apples and Sunsettias can be destroyed but with nothing recovered.

Icon Inventory Materials.png Materials

Miscellaneous materials used in Creation, Forging, Cooking, and Alchemy. Items are listed in the following order:

Only some items can be destroyed but with nothing recovered.

Icon Inventory Gadgets.png Gadgets

Gadgets are created through Crafting and Forging. They are sorted with higher-rarity items appearing first. None of the items in this category can be destroyed.

Icon Inventory Quest.png Quest

Items gained from quests, arranged in order of highest-rarity to lowest-rarity. Also includes certain books found during exploration, even if they aren't part of any quest. Most books will be found in the Archive, but some are still found in the inventory.

Icon Inventory Precious Items.png Precious Items

Adventure Items such as Oculi used as offerings to the Statues of The Seven and Shrine of Depths Keys can be found here. Dream Solvent, Dust of Azoth, Masterless Starglitter, Masterless Stardust, Intertwined Fates, Acquaint Fates, Sigils, Fragile Resin, Transient Resin, and Vial of Adeptal Speed are also placed under this category.

Recipes, Diagrams, Instructions, Furnishing Blueprints, and Furnishing Set Blueprints are stored in this category and can be used to learnt.

The Hunting Trap obtained from The Meaning of Lupical quest is also placed under this category. Despite being called a Consumable item, it is permanently available; it will automatically be recollected after successfully hunting an animal with it.

Xiao Lanterns from the Lantern Rite event are stored in this category.

None of the items in this category can be destroyed.

Icon Inventory Furnishings.png Furnishings

All owned Furnishings for the Serenitea Pot Housing System. The current number of furnishings placed in the current Realm Layout is displayed here. Furnishings are sorted by date obtained, from oldest to newest, and can be filtered by Furnishing Type. None of the items in this category can be destroyed.


  1. It is possible to exceed the maximum quantity of a regular item, if the player is given more of that item as a part of a quest. This screenshot shows a player with 10,005 Rice owned, after recieving additional Rice during the quest Three to Get Ready, and Here We Go.
  2. Non-processed food ingredient items such as Rice are not subject to this lower limit.

Change History

Released in Version 1.0
Version 2.7
  • Optimizes the UI style of item sources in the Inventory: when an item source is unavailable, it will appear as white text on a dark background.

Version 2.5

  • Added icon hints to the Artifacts filtering interface.
  • Added scroll bar if number of rows exceed one view.
  • Increased number of columns to fully fill up screen.
  • Added ability to Auto Add weapons by rarity to destroy for Weapon EXP.
  • Added timer icon to Transient Resin to indicate item expires.
  • Added Weapon type sorting.

Version 2.3

  • Adjusted the default sorting sequence of the Artifacts tab in the Inventory to Quality > Level > Set > Location > Quantity of Affixes

Version 2.2

  • Increased Artifact capacity from 1,000 to 1,500.

Version 2.1

Version 1.6

  • 4-Star Artifacts can be destroyed in return for Mora.
  • Some indestructible level-up materials are now destroyable.
  • Increases the stack limit of some Furnishings of the same type in the Inventory from 999 to 9,999.

Version 1.5

  • Furnishings Category was added.
  • Optimizations to some controls when using a controller:
    • The Sort Rule button on the Weapons screen (in Inventory), Artifacts screen (in Inventory), and Character Selection screen (in the Character Menu) has been changed from the up button to the down button.

Version 1.4

  • Optimizes the order of item drops: More valuable items will appear earlier in the list.
  • Fixes an issue whereby the Compare function on the Weapon Selection screen may not close correctly.
  • Fixes an issue with the Destroy function whereby the information on which character has which weapon/artifacts equipped may not be up-to-date.

Version 1.3

  • Fixes an issue whereby consumed Artifacts may incorrectly be displayed on the Artifacts filter screen.

Version 1.2

  • January 28, 2021 - Fixed an issue whereby dishes that had already reached their Inventory stack limit could still be made and would have a chance to produce specialties.
  • Optimizes the Domain and Ley Line Outcrop rewards system: Dropped items are directly added to the Inventory.

Version 1.1

  • Added an Equipment Locking function to Weapons and Artifacts. Locked equipment cannot be used for enhancement or refinement.
  • Equipped Weapons and Artifacts display a character icon in the corner.
  • Added ability to sort Artifacts by Level and EXP.
  • Optimizes how equipped items are displayed: Artifacts and weapons now display the equipping character's avatar.
  • Optimizes inventory capacity display: Removed load limit and replaced with Inventory slots. Slots are divided into 3 categories — 2,000 for weapons, 1,000 for artifacts, and 2,000 for other materials. Identical materials will still stack in the same slot. When all Inventory slots in a given category are full, no more items in that category can be acquired and you will have to clear some slots.

Version 1.0

  • Inventory was released with load limit of 30,000 which included all categories (e.g. weapons, artifacts, and quest items).