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The Wangsheng Funeral Parlor (Chinese: 往生堂 Wǎngshēng-táng) is a business based in Liyue Harbor. Along with burying the dead, they also perform funeral rites for adepti.

The Wangsheng Funeral Parlor has ties to the Fatui, and according to Childe, they "ostensibly" do not conduct in shady backroom deals like assassination.[1]

The Wangsheng Funeral Parlor was originally founded during or after the Archon War, when the fallen gods manifested demons that prompted Rex Lapis to send the Yaksha to protect Liyue. Since then, it has existed for 77 generations.[2] Over time, the Yaksha accumulated massive amounts of negative karma, some of which manifested into a plague that swept through Liyue, killing many in its path. Paranoid people believed it to be a curse from the gods, but a few realized that the plague could be contained by purifying the air and burning infected corpses. These people pioneered a new path and eventually founded the parlor. They and their successors would tirelessly maintain the balance between life and death.

It was originally more of a doctor's office than the funeral services that it is known for today.

NPCs

Members

Name Role Status
Hu Tao 77th Director Active
Zhongli Consultant Active
Ferrylady Undertaker Active
Meng Undertaker Active

Location

Interactables

Examine Board

The Wangsheng Funeral Parlor's wooden board

An interactable board can be found outside the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor, added in Version 1.3. It is used during Papilio Charontis Chapter Act 1: Yet the Butterfly Flutters Away. The dialogue given for interacting with the board changes depending on the completion of the Story Quest.

(Before starting Yet the Butterfly Flutters Away)
Examine Board: (Seems like there's a board outside Wangsheng Funeral Parlor with lots of blank wooden tiles hanging from it... Hmm... what are they for?)
Examine Board: (Never mind, I'm not sure I want to find out.)
(Examine the board while Hu Tao is coming up with a business plan)
Examine Board: (A board used for hanging Wangsheng Funeral Parlor's wooden tiles. According to Hu Tao, all the tiles should be blank...)
Examine Board: (...In which case, the characters on the back of the tiles must be the "special offer.")
(Examine the board after Hu Tao concocts her business plan)
Examine Board: (A board outside Wangsheng Funeral Parlor. Clients use the wooden tiles to write down their commissions, before sliding them under the crack of the door.)
Examine Board: (Hu Tao's advertisements can be found on the back of each tile: "Buy one get free for the holder of this tile.")

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Wangsheng Funeral Parlor
Chinese
(Simplified)
往生堂
Wǎngshēng-táng
Hall of Rebirth
Chinese
(Traditional)
往生堂
Wǎngshēng-táng
Japanese おうじょうどう
Oujou-dou[3]
Hall of Rebirth[• 1]
Korean 왕생당
Wangsaeng-dang
Hall of Rebirth[• 2]
Spanish Funeraria El Camino
French Funérarium WangshengWangsheng Funeral Home
Russian Ритуальный бюро «Ваншэн»
Ritual'nyy byuro "Vanshen"
Thai โถงแห่งการเกิดใหม่ Wangsheng
Thong haeng kan koet mai Wangsheng
Wangsheng Hall of Rebirth
Vietnamese Vãng Sinh ĐườngHall of Rebirth[• 3]
German Bestattungsunternehmen WangshengFuneral Parlor Wangsheng
Indonesian Wangsheng Funeral Parlor
Portuguese Funerária de WangshengWangsheng Funeral Home
  1. JA: Sino-Japanese reading of Chinese name
  2. KO: Sino-Korean reading of Chinese name
  3. VI: Sino-Vietnamese reading of Chinese name

Change History

Released in Version 1.0
Version 1.3
  • Interactable board added outside Wangsheng Funeral Parlor.

Version 1.0

  • Wangsheng Funeral Parlor was released.

References

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