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Capable of driving away evil spirits and wicked people alike, this edgeless claymore seems to possess divine might.

The Unforged (Chinese: 无工之剑 Wúgōng zhī Jiàn, "Sword of No Work") is a Liyue claymore.

Ascensions and Stats[]

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Level Base
2nd Stat
0✦ 1/20 46 10.8%
20/20 122 19.1%
Ascension Cost (0 → 1)
Mora 10,000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir 5
Mist Grass Pollen 5
Treasure Hoarder Insignia 3
1✦ 20/40 153 19.1%
40/40 235 27.8%
Ascension Cost (1 → 2)
Mora 20,000
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir 5
Mist Grass Pollen 18
Treasure Hoarder Insignia 12
2✦ 40/50 266 27.8%
50/50 308 32.2%
Ascension Cost (2 → 3)
Mora 30,000
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir 9
Mist Grass 9
Silver Raven Insignia 9
3✦ 50/60 340 32.2%
60/60 382 36.5%
Ascension Cost (3 → 4)
Mora 45,000
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir 5
Mist Grass 18
Silver Raven Insignia 14
4✦ 60/70 414 36.5%
70/70 457 40.9%
Ascension Cost (4 → 5)
Mora 55,000
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir 9
Mist Grass Wick 14
Golden Raven Insignia 9
5✦ 70/80 488 40.9%
80/80 532 45.3%
Ascension Cost (5 → 6)
Mora 65,000
Mist Veiled Primo Elixir 6
Mist Grass Wick 27
Golden Raven Insignia 18
6✦ 80/90 563 45.3%
90/90 608 49.6%

Total Cost (0 → 6)

Mora 225,000 Mora

Gameplay Notes[]

  • Any Normal Attack, Charged Attack, Plunging Attack, Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst can be used to trigger the on-hit effect, even if no damage is dealt.
  • Only one stack is gained even if multiple enemies are hit at once.
  • Gaining a stack will refresh the duration of all existing stacks. In other words, the effect persists for 8 seconds after the last hit, regardless of the number of stacks.
  • Stacks cannot be gained if the character equipped with this weapon is not on the field.
  • If the character equipped with this weapon is switched out of the field, any existing stacks will last for its usual 8 seconds.


A long time ago, a dragon there was to be found in Liyue.
Not a dragon that soared the skies, but one whose abode was the mountains.
Indeed, this ancient dragon of stone was as large as the very mountains it called home.

The legends say that it slumbered in Nantianmen, seeming not at all unlike the surrounding hills.
But when it awakened, even the tiniest movement, or the slightest stretch...
That would cause the earth to tremble and shake.
Then, Rex Lapis came before the dragon, seeking to stop the earth's quailing.

They say that for a long while, the land knew peace,
And that Rex Lapis gained another comrade by his side.

But in the end, the union of dragons, gods and men was perhaps not to be...

The dragon was sealed in the bowels of the earth. Fearing the ire of the gods and the adepti,
The Geovishaps, who once heeded the trembling of the rock and wrought havoc alongside the dragon,
Fled into the roots of the mountains. But as millennia passed, the dragon began to stir once again...

The legends hold that those who triumphed over the dragon stabbed this sword into the ground next to the giant tree that subdued the ancient dragon.
As one of the seals, monsters and malevolent mortals would be unable to touch it.
Indeed, if the legends are true, only those with hearts as pure as clear mirrors could even come near it.
Yet, if those legends are true, how did this sword come to be lost?



Weapon Event Wishes[]

The Unforged has been promoted or featured with a drop-rate boost in 3 Event Wishes:

Wish Featured Duration Version
Epitome Invocation 2020-12-01
Epitome Invocation 2020-12-01
The Unforged The Unforged The Unforged
December 1, 2020 – December 22, 2020 1.1
Epitome Invocation 2021-09-01
Epitome Invocation 2021-09-01
The Unforged The Unforged The Unforged
September 1, 2021 – September 21, 2021 2.1
Epitome Invocation 2022-04-19
Epitome Invocation 2022-04-19
The Unforged The Unforged The Unforged
April 19, 2022 – May 31, 2022 2.6

Chronicled Wishes[]

The Unforged has not been included in any Chronicled Wishes.


  • The dragon discussed in this weapon's lore refers to Azhdaha.


  • Its description "edgeless" (Chinese: 无锋 wú fēng) and its Chinese name "Sword of No Skill" (Chinese: 无工之剑 Wúgōng zhī Jiàn) likely refer to the Chinese idiom "heavy sword is edgeless, great technique is to be skilled in nothing" (Chinese: 重剑无锋,大巧不工 zhòngjiàn wúfēng, dàqiǎo bùgōng).
    • It means that one should not rely on extravagant tools and showy skills, and instead they should focus on cultivating a simple and natural state of power and mind. The idiom originates from the Chinese wuxia novel The Return of the Condor Heroes written by Jin Yong in 1959, but the idea itself ultimately comes from the Taoist philosophy (wu wei or "no action") in ancient China, notably Tao Te Ching by Laozi.[1]
    • In Jin Yong's novels, it was a sword wielded by Dugu Qiubai (the strongest character in the series) in his 30s. Later he mastered a technique that allowed him to use anything as his sword (including grass, trees, bamboos, and rocks), and finally he reached a godly state that he was able to perform his sword arts with no physical swords. Considering Morax is the very greatest warrior of Liyue, by analogy, the line "Yet, if those legends are true, how did this sword come to be lost?" may indicate that he later mastered power to seal Azhdaha without this sword.
    • Dugu Shuo, a boy in Liyue Harbor, may be related to this reference, as he has the same surname as Dugu Qiubai and is obsessed with powerful swords.
  • The same Taoist theme is found in the lore of the bow Rust, where a famed archer realized that the ultimate shot is no shot.

Other Languages[]

The Unforged

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishThe Unforged
Wúgōng zhī Jiàn
Sword of No Work
Wúgōng zhī Jiàn
Mukou no Ken
Sword Without Craft
Mugong-ui Geom
Sword of No Work
SpanishEspada de la DesidiaSword of Apathy[• 1]
FrenchLame bruteUntreated Blade
The Unforged
ThaiThe Unforged
VietnameseKiếm Vô CôngSword of No Work
GermanGrobes SchwertRough Sword
IndonesianThe Unforged
PortugueseEspada ÁsperaRough Sword
TurkishKötülüksavarEvil Repellent
ItalianSpadone grezzoRaw Greatsword

Golden Majesty

LanguageOfficial NameLiteral Meaning
EnglishGolden Majesty
Jīnzhāng Huángjí
Jīnzhāng Huángjí
Kinshou Kunrin‍[!][!]
Golden Reign
Korean금빛의 옥・제군의
Geumbit-ui Ok - Jegun-ui Gil
Golden Jade - Path of Majesty
SpanishMajestad doradaGolden Majesty
FrenchMajesté doréeGolden Majesty
RussianЗолочёное величество
Zolochyonoye velichestvo
Gilded Majesty
ThaiGolden Majesty
VietnameseHoàng Cực Chương Vàng
GermanMajestätische GrößeMajestic Greatness
IndonesianGolden Majesty
PortugueseMajestade Dourada
TurkishAltın İhtişamGolden Glory
ItalianMaestà dorataGolden Majesty
  1. Spanish: Desidia means "lack of care," "laziness," or "to delay doing something," hence why "apathy" was used here.

Change History[]


  1. Baidu Encylopedia: 重剑无锋,大巧不工