Genshin Impact - Eula ascension guide

Eula is Genshin Impact’s five-star cryo user and a descendant of the Lawrence family, Mondstadt’s old and corrupt aristocracy. MiHoYo’s official website describes her ancestry as a “bloodline full of sinners,” and understandably so. Eula’s family terrorized the people of the city for generations, and even though she grew up learning their customs, she cut ties to the now-dethroned Lawrence clan as an adult. Her first and foremost priority seems to be protecting the people of Mondstadt, but her clan name makes Eula hard to trust. 

In May of 2021, Eula made her debut, but you can roll for her again on the new 2.3 banner. If you need a main cryo DPS, she’s not a bad choice. Eula is often pretty sought after and widely regarded as among the best picks for the role. She’s also perfectly fine with zero constellations; anything more is just a bonus. If you’re looking to add Eula to your team, we’ve got a breakdown of her ascension materials and where to find them below. 

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Ascension Materials

If you want to push Eula from her first ascension to her sixth, you’ll need to collect: (1) Shivada Jade Silver, (9) Shivada Jade Fragment, (9) Shivada Jade Chunk, (6) Shivada Jade Gemstone, (46) Crystalline Bloom, (168) Dandelion Seed, (18) Damaged Mask, (30) Stained Mask, (36) Ominous Mask, and 420,000 Mora. 

That’s the total you’ll need to get started, but if you want a rank-by-rank breakdown on cost, you’ll need to have: 

Rank 1: Level 20

  • (1) Shivada Jade Silver
  • (3) Dandelion Seed
  • (3) Damaged Mask

Rank 2: Level 40

  • (3) Shivada Jade Fragment
  • (2) Crystalline Bloom
  • (10) Dandelion Seed
  • (15) Damaged Mask
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Rank 3: Level 50

  • (6) Shivada Jade Fragment
  • (4) Crystalline Bloom
  • (20) Dandelion Seed
  • (12) Stained Mask

Rank 4: Level 60

  • (3) Shivada Jade Chunk
  • (8) Crystalline Bloom
  • (30) Dandelion Seed
  • (18) Stained Mask

Rank 5: Level 70

  • (6) Shivada Jade Chunk
  • (12) Crystalline Bloom
  • (45) Dandelion Seed
  • (12) Ominous Mask

Rank 6: Level 80

  • (6) Shivada Jade Gemstone
  • (20) Crystalline Bloom
  • (60) Dandelion Seed
  • (24) Ominous Mask

Where do you get Eula’s Ascension Materials? 

Collecting the Jade Silver can be a bit of a chore, but keep in mind you can build the smaller ascension materials into their fragment, chunk, or gemstone type. It’s usually not worth converting unless you have a surplus, but ascension materials from one element can be converted using alchemy at the crafting bench. To do this, pick up Dust of Azoth from Paimon’s Bargain shop. Otherwise, you should be farming these pieces. 

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Shivada Jade Silver is sold by Marjorie at the Souvenir Shop in Mondstadt and Xingqi in Liyue—neither of these stores restock. The bosses Azhdaha, Childe, Cryo Regisvine, Cryo Hypostasis, Lupus Boreas, and Maguu Kenki also drop them. As you increase your world level, you can also get Shivada Jade Fragments, Shivada Jade Chunks, and Shivada Jade Gemstones from these bosses. 

Crystalline Bloom is another boss drop you get from Cryo Hypostasis. 

Dandelion Seeds are from the open world. They're specialty items local to Mondstadt, and we've got a whole guide on specific locations for them here

Damaged Masks are an enemy drop, and like the silver pieces, you can convert the smaller versions into the larger ones, but it’s worth avoiding if you can farm up those higher-level materials. You can farm these, Stained Masks, and Ominous Masks from Hilichurls and their bigger forms from all over Teyvat. That includes elemental Hilichurls, Lawachurls, and Samachurls. 

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If you have leftover bonus currency (Stardust or Starglitter) from spending money in Genshin Impact and rolling, you should also check out the item shop, like Paimon’s Bargains, from the main menu. If you aren’t saving for anything else, these may be worth picking up. Remember that these items change every few weeks, so they won’t always be there when you need them.

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