Padisarah is a Sumeru specialty that can be a bit hard to locate. This is due to the fact that the flower will only grow in city areas and can’t be found naturally in the wild like most resources. Below we go over where to find Paridash and what characters in the game use it as an ascension material.
A holy and noble plant. The conditions for growth in its environment are very demanding. The flower buds can be processed to make valuable spices.
The Padisarah is said to derive its name from a certain ancient deity. It is said that in those times long past, there were three gods who had struck up excellent relations with one another. In those days, there was once a great plain covered in lovely flowers that people would gather up and use as incense to offer up to their gods.
Those flowers are no longer extant, but the Padisarah is a cultivar that was brought back to the land via the use of the Anahitian Blessing.
Padisarah is a character ascension item and cooking ingredient. You will need to gather 168 Padisarah per character to fully ascend them to level 90.
Recipes Using Padisarah
- Duel Soul
- Padisarah Pudding
- Swirling Steps
Character Ascension Usage
How To Get
- Found around populated areas.
- Found in large quantities around Sumeru City.
- Found in large quantities around Vanarana
- Four Padisarah will be given to you by Dana at Pardis Dhyai.
Padisarah is a tall white flower that can only be found around populated areas. The highest amount of Padisarah you can find is around Vanarana. You can also collect them by visiting Sumeru City, Pardis Dhyai, and The Palace of Alcazarzaray. It’s best to start at Vanarana and then work your way down to Pardis Dhyai, before going into Sumeru City and then finally arriving at The Palace of Alcazarzaray.
This plant is easy to spot as its flower makes it stick out against the terrain. In addition, there are no special harvest requirements for the plant. There are 68 total Padisarah per harvest cycle, and they will respawn every 48 real-world hours.