Alchemy

  • Item Shivada Jade Sliver.png 3 Shivada Jade Sliver
  • Item Mora.png 300 Mora
  • Creates Shivada Jade Fragment Shivada Jade Fragment ×1
  • Item Agnidus Agate Fragment.png 1 Agnidus Agate Fragment
  • Item Dust of Azoth.png 3 Dust of Azoth
  • Creates Shivada Jade Fragment Shivada Jade Fragment ×1
  • Item Varunada Lazurite Fragment.png 1 Varunada Lazurite Fragment
  • Item Dust of Azoth.png 3 Dust of Azoth
  • Creates Shivada Jade Fragment Shivada Jade Fragment ×1
  • Item Vajrada Amethyst Fragment.png 1 Vajrada Amethyst Fragment
  • Item Dust of Azoth.png 3 Dust of Azoth
  • Creates Shivada Jade Fragment Shivada Jade Fragment ×1
  • Item Vayuda Turquoise Fragment.png 1 Vayuda Turquoise Fragment
  • Item Dust of Azoth.png 3 Dust of Azoth
  • Creates Shivada Jade Fragment Shivada Jade Fragment ×1
  • Item Prithiva Topaz Fragment.png 1 Prithiva Topaz Fragment
  • Item Dust of Azoth.png 3 Dust of Azoth
  • Creates Shivada Jade Fragment Shivada Jade Fragment ×1

    Craft Usage

    Name Image Craft Type Amount
    Agnidus Agate Fragment Item Agnidus Agate Fragment.png Converting 1
    Varunada Lazurite Fragment Item Varunada Lazurite Fragment.png Converting 1
    Vajrada Amethyst Fragment Item Vajrada Amethyst Fragment.png Converting 1
    Vayuda Turquoise Fragment Item Vayuda Turquoise Fragment.png Converting 1
    Shivada Jade Chunk Item Shivada Jade Chunk.png Crafting 3
    Prithiva Topaz Fragment Item Prithiva Topaz Fragment.png Converting 1

    Ascension Usage

    Shivada Jade Fragment is used for the following character ascensions:

    Icon Name Rarity
    Character Chongyun Thumb.png Chongyun 4 Stars
    Character Diona Thumb.png Diona 4 Stars
    Character Eula Thumb.png Eula 5 Stars
    Character Ganyu Thumb.png Ganyu 5 Stars
    Character Kaeya Thumb.png Kaeya 4 Stars
    Character Qiqi Thumb.png Qiqi 5 Stars
    Character Rosaria Thumb.png Rosaria 4 Stars

    None of the released weapons use Shivada Jade Fragment for ascensions.

    Trivia

    • The item description is narrated by the Tsaritsa.

    Etymology

    • The English name for this item derives "Shivada" from Shiva, a primary Hindu deity known as the God of Destruction, and has paradoxical traits of both benevolence and malevolence.
    • In the Chinese version, "Shivada" is instead 哀叙冰 Āi Xù Bīng, "Grieving/Lamenting Ice" (literally "Grief-Narrating Ice").

    Change History

    Released in Version 1.0
    Version 1.3
    • Conversion Recipes were added.

    Version 1.0

    • Shivada Jade Fragment was released.

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