Genshin Impact Condensed Resin is a new resource in Update 1.1, and there are many questions people are asking about them. For example, how to get Condensed Resin, how to use it, how many Condensed Resin you can have at a time, and more. These are all valid questions, and we’ve got you covered. In our How to Use Condensed Resin in Genshin Impact guide, we’re going to answer all of those questions for you.
How to Get Genshin Impact Condensed Resin – How to Craft?
To get Condensed Resin in Genshin Impact, visit the Reputation Vendor in Liyue, aka Ms. Yu. When you reach Level 3 with her, you’ll unlock the crafting recipe for Condensed Resin. It requires one Crystal Core, forty Original Resin, and a hundred Mora. So, if you have everything you need, head straight for the nearby crafting table and make yourself some. It’s really useful stuff, as we’ll be explaining in a moment.
How Many Condensed Resin in Genshin Impact Can You Have in Inventory?
As far as we can tell, you can have a maximum of three Condensed Resin in your Genshin Impact inventory at a time. That’s kinda understandable, since using Condensed Resin really boosts the rewards you get. It would low-key break the game if they allowed you to carry more. I know, I know, it’s a bummer, but we have to have some kind of balance.
Genshin Impact How to Use Condensed Resin?
To use Condensed Resin in Genshin Impact, you have to use them at a ley lines or domains for extra rewards. Approach a ley line (they look like cloud globes) and activate it. This will make a whole bunch of enemies spawn. After you defeat them all, a Ley Line Blossom will spawn. Touch it, and you’ll have the option to use either Original Resin or Condensed Resin. The latter is going to give you bonus rewards, as we’ve already mentioned.
What are Petrified Trees in Genshin Impact?
Petrified Trees in Genshin Impact are basically the same thing as Ley Line Blossoms. They can appear after you defeat a boss or clear out a ley line outcrop. Like with the blossoms, you can use Condensed Resin on them to get bonus rewards. At least, that’s how we understand it. If we’ve made any mistakes, feel free to tell us in the comments below. Just keep things civil, ‘kay? ‘Kay.
So, yeah, that’s all we know when it comes to Condensed Resin in Genshin Impact – how to get it, how to use it, etc. If you need more help with the new content in the game, we’ve got you covered with a few other guides. For example, we’ve written Hilichurls Wei Locations and Equivalent Exchange – Quest Start Requirements.