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Mighty Mt. Qingce gently cradles this peaceful village, silently protecting the old, the young, and the abundant croplands within its embrace. The legend of the ancient threat subdued beneath the mountain has been consigned to legend along with those who know of it, never again to return.

A Home in the Hills

Qingce Village (Chinese: 轻策庄 Qīngcè-zhuāng) is a subarea in Bishui Plain, Liyue.

This village is said to be a retirement spot for the elderly.[1] Due to the quietness, many people moved away in favor of other locations, leaving mostly elderly people watching over their grandchildren.

Buildings in Qingce Village have a simple architectural style, and most are made of wood with blue roofs. Qingce Village is home to a community center where Granny Ruoxin can be found, the mill owned by Ms. Bai, a tea shop owned by Pops Kai, the Fanmu Carpenter shop owned by Master Lu, and a market. The Qingce Village Bulletin Board is where advertisements and other postings by residents can be read.

The northwestern part of Qingce Village, located closer to the water, features a number of terraced fields of flowers Glaze Lilies can be found there, as well as Slimes. According to legends, the terraced fields were the scales of the Chi.

Features

Exploration

Enemies

Common Enemies

Local Specialties

Interactables

Hastily-Written Notes: "Day 4: No progress. No idea why the boss is so obsessed with this place."
Hastily-Written Notes: "Day 7: Boss says she's had an idea, but so far it mostly seems to involve her waiting by the ruin... Don't ask me what for, because there's a great big Ruin Hunter guarding it, so there's no way she's getting in. Not quite sure how this counts as progress."

Puzzles

Statue Puzzle

Located on the hill just slightly south of the Teleport Waypoint that is west of Qingce Village, this consists of several statues around the writing pedestal facing the cardinal directions.

"Rex Lapis overcame the Chi, but the Chi could not perish in its entirety. Thus did Rex Lapis conquer each of its facets in turn: its spirit was bound in the north, its bones were pinned in the south-east, its flesh was incarcerated in the north-west, and its form was crushed in the south-west..."

To complete this puzzle, referencing the writing pedestal as the centerpoint of a compass and using your minimap plus character-facing arrow as a reference to which way is North, activate the statues in the exact sequence described: north, south-east, north-west, north-east, south-west, to gain a Chest.

NPCs

Trivia

  • The name "Qingce" is said to be an ancient name of the Chi, the dragon-like monster that once lived in Qingce Village before being defeated by Morax.[2]

Soundtracks

2 Soundtracks play in Qingce Village:

No. Soundtrack Name Album Played In
34 Peaceful Hike (Qingce Daytime) Jade Moon Upon a Sea of Clouds Qingce Village (Day)
35 The Fading Stories (Qingce Night) Jade Moon Upon a Sea of Clouds Qingce Village (Night)

Gallery

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishQingce Village
Chinese
(Simplified)
轻策庄
Qīngcè-zhuāng
Chi Village[2][• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
輕策莊
Qīngcè-zhuāng
Japaneseけいさくそう
Keisaku-sou[3]
Chi Village[※]
Korean경책 산장
Gyeongchaek Sanjang
Qingce Mountain Cabin
SpanishAldea ChingtséQingce Village
FrenchVillage de QingceQingce Village
RussianДеревня Цинцэ
Derevnya Tsintse
Qingce Village
ThaiQingce Village
VietnameseKhinh Sách TrangChi Village[※]
GermanQingce-DorfQingce Village
IndonesianQingce Village
PortugueseVila QingceQingce Village
  1. Chinese: "Qingce" is said to be the ancient name of the Chi based on in-game lore.[2] Literally, it can mean "Light Strategy Village" or "Light Walking Stick Village."

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

References

  1. Story Quest, Sinae Unicornis Chapter, Act I: A Secretary in a Sea of Humanity
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Book: Diary of Roald the Adventurer, Vol. 2
  3. Map, Label: Qingce Village (Japanese)

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