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A ruined tower amid a verdant field. It still stands, defending a bygone age long returned to dust.

Qingxu's Forsaken Tower

Qingxu Pool (Chinese: 青墟浦 Qīngxū-pǔ) is a subarea in Lisha, Liyue

The ruins were underwater until the end of the Archon War.[1]

Features

Exploration

Enemies

Common Enemies

Elite Enemies

Local Specialties

Puzzles

Geo Seals

There are five Geo seals located around Qingxu Pool. One is located by a stone tablet, while the others are on or near the pavilions in the surrounding area. Unlocking all five seals reveals a Luxurious Chest at the same place where the stone tablet was. Among the items inside the chest is a Nameless Treasure.

Interacting with the stone tablet gives the following dialogue:

Read: Rex Lapis walks among us, and Liyue is secure. To mark the work of our forebears, he left here five seals, setting them within pavilions.
Read: You who come thereafter must retrace ancients' path and acknowledge their work, and thus you shall obtain their treasure.
Paimon: The seal over here is probably the thing this tablet is talking about... Looks like we need to use Geo to activate it.
Paimon: According to this tablet, there should be a total of five seals. Let's have a good look around!

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishQingxu Pool
Chinese
(Simplified)
青墟浦
Qīngxū-pǔ
Green Ruins Riverbank
Chinese
(Traditional)
青墟浦
Qīngxū-pǔ
Japaneseせいきょうら
Seikyo-ura[2]
Green Ruins Riverbank[※]
Korean청허포
Cheongheo-po
Green Ruins Riverbank[※]
SpanishEstanque ChingxuQingxu Pool
FrenchRavine QingxuQingxu Gully
RussianОзеро Цинсю
Ozero Tsinsyu
Qingxu Lake
ThaiQingxu Pool
VietnameseCửa Biển Thanh HưQingxu Estuary[※]
GermanQingxu-TümpelQingxu Pool
IndonesianQingxu Pool
PortuguesePiscina de QingxuQingxu Pool

Change History

Released in Version 1.0
Version 2.0
  • Fixes an issue whereby the Geo mechanism effects are not displayed properly (only visual effects are abnormal, puzzle gameplay is not affected).

Version 1.0

  • Qingxu Pool was released.

References

  1. Book: Diary of Roald the Adventurer, Vol. 8
  2. Map, Label: Qingxu Pool (Japanese)

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