Arlecchino key art from Genshin Impact
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All Arlecchino Ascension & Talent Materials in Genshin Impact

Arlecchino is coming to Genshin Impact in update 4.6. Here are all of her character Ascension and Talent upgrade materials.

To say Genshin Impact players were excited to see Arlecchino’s 4.6 release date does a massive disservice to the concept of excitement. Her kit looks as edgy (and awesome) as we’d hoped, and luckily, for many hardcore Genshin players, the character Ascension and Talent upgrade materials for Arleccino are (mostly) farmable right now.

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Character Ascension and Talent Upgrade Materials for Arlecchino in Genshin Impact

To start, let me preface this article by saying that Hoyoverse hasn’t officially released a full list of Arlecchino’s character Ascension and Talent upgrade materials, but they were leaked not that long ago. As for what the materials actually are, most you’ll find in the (relatively) new Fontaine region, and others in other parts of the game world.

All Arlecchino Chacter Ascension Materials in Genshin Impact

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You can pre-farm quite a bit of Arlecchino’s materials now if you plan to pull for her in 4.6, as the world and enemy items are plentiful across Genshin‘s world. They are:

  • 168 Rainbow Roses total spread across the following breakpoints:
    • Level 20: Three Rainbow Roses
    • Level 40: 10 Rainbow Roses
    • Level 50: 20 Rainbow Roses
    • Level 60: 30 Rainbow Roses
    • Level 70: 45 Rainbow Roses
    • Level 80: 60 Rainbow Roses
  • Agnidus Agate in increasing numbers and rarity (higher rarities require three units of the previous rarity to craft at each tier)
    • Level 20: One Agnidus Agate Sliver
    • Level 40: Three Agnidus Agate Fragments
    • Level 50: Six Agnidus Agate Fragments
    • Level 60: Three Agnidus Agate Chunks
    • Level 70: Six Agnidus Agate Chunks
    • Level 80: Six Agnidus Agate Gemstones
  • Fatui world enemy material drops in Increasing Numbers and rarity (higher rarities require three units of the previous rarity to craft at each tier)
    • Level 20: Three Recruit’s Insignia
    • Level 40: 15 Recruit’s Insignia
    • Level 50: 12 Sergeant’s Insignia
    • Level 60: 18 Sergeant’s Insignia
    • Level 70: 12 Lieutenant’s Insignia
    • Level 80: 24 Lieutenant’s Insignia
  • 420,000 Mora across the following level tiers:
    • Level 20: 20,000 Mora
    • Level 40: 40,000 Mora
    • Level 50: 60,000 Mora
    • Level 60: 80,000 Mora
    • Level 70: 100,000 Mora
    • Level 80: 120,000 Mora

Of course, you will also need to spend the experience books to actually reach each level threshold. How many you need will depend on what level of book rarity you use and how you spread out their use. In practical terms, you’ll need the equivalent of 412 Hero’s Wit 4-star books plus two Wanderer’s Advice 2-star books.

All Arlecchino Talent Upgrade Materials in Genshin Impact

Arlecchino at tea in Genshin Impact
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Like every other character in Genshin Impact, leveling Arlecchino is just one part of her progression. You get a lot of extra value by improving her Talents, and because she has three and they all cost the same astronomical sum to upgrade, expect to spend several fortunes worth of money and materials to get her maxed out. Specifically, you need the following items to level Arlecchino’s Talents to the maximum:

  • Order Talent Mateirals in increasing numbers and rarity (higher rarities require three units of the previous rarity to craft at each tier)
    • Level 2: Three Teachings of Order
    • Level 3: Two Guide to Order
    • Level 4: Four Guide to Order
    • Level 5: Six Guide to Order
    • Level 6: Nine Guide to Order
    • Level 7: Four Philosophies of Order
    • Level 8: Six Philosophies of Order
    • Level 9: 12 Philosophies of Order
    • Level 10: 16 Philosophies of Order
  • Fatui world enemy material drops in Increasing Numbers and rarity (higher rarities require three units of the previous rarity to craft at each tier)
    • Level 2: Six Recruit’s Insignia
    • Level 3: Three Sergeant’s Insignia
    • Level 4: Four Sergeant’s Insignia
    • Level 5: Six Sergeant’s Insignia
    • Level 6: Nine Sergeant’s Insignia
    • Level 7: Four Lieutenant’s Insignia
    • Level 8: Six Lieuteneant’s Insignia
    • Level 9: Nine Lieutenant’s Insignia
    • Level 10: 12 Lieutenant’s Insignia
  • 1,652,500 Mora across all levels:
    • Level 2: 12,500 Mora
    • Level 3: 17,500 Mora
    • Level 4: 25,000 Mora
    • Level 5: 30,000 Mora
    • Level 6: 37,500 Mora
    • Level 7: 120,000 Mora
    • Level 8: 260,000 Mora
    • Level 9: 450,000 Mora
    • Level 10: 700,000 Mora
  • Six unique drops from the new world boss coming in 4.6, one each for levels 7 and 8 and two each for Talent levels 9 and 10. We don’t know what the new boss will be called or what the fight will be like, but we’re bound to find out closer to the 4.6 showcases.
  • One Crown of Insight to unlock level 10 on one Talent.

All told, if you want to “triple crown” Arlecchnio by taking all her Talents to level 10, you’ll need to spend:

  • Nine Teachings of Order
  • 63 Guides to Order
  • 114 Philosophies of Order
  • 18 Recruit’s Insignia items
  • 66 Sergeant’s Insignia items
  • 93 Lieutenant’s Insignia items
  • 18 drops from the new weekly boss
  • Three Crowns of Insight
  • 4,957,500 Mora

These values don’t differ from any other Genshin 5-star character, but that doesn’t stop the grind from seeming like a massive mountain to climb if you haven’t done at least some of it already. Bear in mind also that all this information is based on leaks, so the final values or items required are subject to change.

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