This page will give stat information, recommended characters, and drop location about the Artifact set Echoes of an Offering which was released with version 2.6 in Genshin Impact.
Each year, when the Spiritscent Flowers bloom, Qiaoying Village will prepare for its tea-serving ceremonies.
Once the flowers wither, flower tea infused with nine layers of scents are presented in the village hall.
The Spiritscent Flower is a fleeting thing, much like the sudden coming and going of a certain adeptus.
This one left behind the ambiguous name of “Herblord,” as well as many foggy and fragmented legends.
In one such tale, the Herblord’s adeptal form would turn into the branches of an ancient tea tree.
In another, the adeptus flew up to the adeptal mountain on a subdued evil beast.
There is even a story that goes like this—
The young lady grasped at the hooded hat on the ground as she struggled ashore, placing it on her head haphazardly.
For if she did not cover her face, then she might feel embarrassed and find herself at a loss for words.
Just then, the orchestrator of her suffering poked their head out of the water.
The rainbow-scales on their body glimmered, as if to revel in this victory.
“cough Alright! So you can swim! Very impressive! …You know what? May you drown someday!“
She spoke these words in anger, but also in jest. And yet that glittering streak would eventually sink into the depths, never to come back to the surface.
The Echoes of an Offering set is a good set for any characters that use normal attacks as their main source of damage as the 4-piece bonus has the chance to trigger Valley Rite which will buff your attack by 70%. This is especially useful for party members that attack with speed as they’ll have more chances to trigger the ATK buff. The 2-piece bonus is a standard ATK +18% which can be found on other artifact sets such as Gladiator’s Finale. This is a good general artifact set, but specialized sets will often perform better.
- 2-Piece: ATK +18%.
- 4-Piece: When Normal Attacks hit opponents, there is a 36% chance that it will trigger Valley Rite, which will increase Normal Attack DMG by 70% of ATK. This effect will be dispelled 0.05s after a Normal Attack deals DMG. If a Normal Attack fails to trigger Valley Rite, the odds of it triggering the next time will increase by 20%. This trigger can occur once every 0.2s.
|Flower of Life||Soulscent Bloom|
|Plume of Death||Jade Leaf|
|Sands of Eon||Symbol of Felicitation|
|Goblet of Enotherm||Chalice of the Font|
|Circlet of Logos||Flowing Rings|
How to Obtain
|The Lost Valley, Domain Reliquary: Tier II|
|The Lost Valley, Domain Reliquary: Tier I|
The Lost Valley domain was added with version 2.6. This Domain of Blessing is located in the Fuao Vale, The Chasm, Liyue which was also added with the latest version. You’ll need to be at least Adventure Rank 30 and ideally have a party level range of 60 for the first tier. The other way to obtain this set is by opening a Domain Reliquary, Tier I for 5-Star and Tier II for 4-Star artifact. You can obtain these from the Spiral Abyss, but be warned that you’re not guaranteed that specific set.
You’ll find that Kamisato Ayato, Tartaglia, and Yojima will benefit the most out of this artifact set due to their fast normal attacks which they rely on to perform most of their damage. This’ll allow them to get full use out of the set, and in turn, make them even stronger. This is also a decent set for Xiangling for the same reasons stated above, but you may prefer to keep her in a Pyro enchancing set instead. Finally, Fischl also performs well with the set, and you may want to equip it on her depending on your setup for her.