Blackcliff Pole

Blackcliff Pole
Blackcliff PoleNameBlackcliff Pole
FamilyWeapon, Polearm
Rarity
Conversion Exp50000
Base Attack42.4
Substat TypeCritical Damage %
Base Substat12%
Weapon AffixPress the Advantage
Affix DescriptionAfter defeating an enemy, ATK is increased by 12% for 30s. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.
DescriptionA weapon made of blackcliff and aerosiderite. There is a dark crimson glow on its cold black sheen.
Weapon Ascension Materials
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir
Mist Grass Pollen
Recruit's Insignia
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir
Mist Grass
Sergeant's Insignia
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir
Mist Grass Wick
Lieutenant's Insignia
Mist Veiled Primo Elixir

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Weapon Stats
Weapon Affix
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Weapon Stats

LvAtkBonus CritDMG%MaterialsTotal Materials
142.412.0%
20108.9321.2%
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen3
Recruit's Insignia2
Mora5000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen3
Recruit's Insignia2
Mora5000
20+134.8321.2%
40204.8330.9%
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen12
Recruit's Insignia8
Mora15000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen15
Recruit's Insignia10
Mora20000
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir3
40+230.8330.9%
50265.8635.75%
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir6
Mist Grass6
Sergeant's Insignia6
Mora20000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen15
Recruit's Insignia10
Mora40000
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir9
Mist Grass6
Sergeant's Insignia6
50+291.7635.75%
60326.7840.6%
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir3
Mist Grass12
Sergeant's Insignia9
Mora30000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen15
Recruit's Insignia10
Mora70000
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir9
Mist Grass18
Sergeant's Insignia15
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir3
60+352.6840.6%
70387.6645.43%
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir6
Mist Grass Wick9
Lieutenant's Insignia6
Mora35000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen15
Recruit's Insignia10
Mora105K
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir9
Mist Grass18
Sergeant's Insignia15
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir9
Mist Grass Wick9
Lieutenant's Insignia6
70+413.6645.43%
80448.6850.28%
Mist Veiled Primo Elixir4
Mist Grass Wick18
Lieutenant's Insignia12
Mora45000
Mist Veiled Lead Elixir3
Mist Grass Pollen15
Recruit's Insignia10
Mora150K
Mist Veiled Mercury Elixir9
Mist Grass18
Sergeant's Insignia15
Mist Veiled Gold Elixir9
Mist Grass Wick27
Lieutenant's Insignia18
Mist Veiled Primo Elixir4
80+474.5850.28%
90509.6155.13%

Weapon Affix

LvAffix ProgressionMaterials
1After defeating an enemy, ATK is increased by 12% for 30s. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.
2After defeating an enemy, ATK is increased by 15% for 30s. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.
Blackcliff Pole
Mora1000
3After defeating an enemy, ATK is increased by 18% for 30s. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.
Blackcliff Pole
Mora2000
4After defeating an enemy, ATK is increased by 21% for 30s. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.
Blackcliff Pole
Mora4000
5After defeating an enemy, ATK is increased by 24% for 30s. This effect has a maximum of 3 stacks, and the duration of each stack is independent of the others.
Blackcliff Pole
Mora8000

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Item Story


A sharp-tipped polearm wrought from rare blackcliff. It zaps through the air like lightning, unimpeded by the wind.
Made from blackcliff crystal from head to tip, the body is inlaid with red jade stones for decoration.
Viewed in the moonlight, the swirling of blood-red light can be discerned within.

Liyue master craftsman Han Wu had a son with his first wife. The son’s name was “Han Ce, the Cold and Calculating.” Cold, because his father wished him to be cool-headed and rational. Calculating, because his father wished him to be precise in his craft, that he might inherit the family business.
But Han Ce had other ambitions. During his days as a student, Han Ce idled away his study time on martial arts fiction, while spending his free time practicing the art of the polearm up in the mountains. He was consumed by the desire to become a martial nomad, roaming the world with his pole for protection.
When he scoured the lands in search of Aerosiderite, he sought not the rare ore itself but the thrill of adventure. And when he ascended the highest peaks to commune with the adepti, he desired not the wisdom of the sages but the tale of his travels.
Han Ce cared not for the flames of the furnace and the working of weaponry. His father scolded him, but it was to no avail. Eventually, Han Ce left home one day without bidding his father farewell.

In his later years, Han Wu was involved in a mining accident that profoundly changed his temperament. Han Ce caught wind of the ordeal and hurried home to see his father, traveling through the night.
Previously hot-tempered and never short of something to say, Han Wu was now calm and quiet. He no longer held any animosity towards his son for his reluctance to take over the forge.
Finally, father and son grew close for the first time in their lives. Han Ce was ashamed of his past actions, but knew not how to redeem himself.
Several years later, Han Wu breathed his last. Thus ended the life of the master craftsman of a generation. Per his father’s will, Han Ce retrieved an archive of weapon designs from the study — they were the fabled prototypes.
The archive was sealed inside a wooden chest along with a letter addressed to Han Ce.
“To my dear son, Han Ce. The world is vast and filled with many marvels. May you always see the wonder in the world, wherever your journey takes you.”

The designs were covered in comments penned by his father. Han Ce was overjoyed at the sight and proceeded to peruse them all night long.
As Han Ce stepped outside the door of the study at the first light of dawn, he watched in wonder as a meteorite fell from the sky. It crashed down right before him in front of the Han residence, landing perfectly vertical.
A host of emotions flooded Han Ce’s heart. Tears both of joy and sorrow streamed down his face as he cried, “The heavens have spoken! The heavens have spoken!”
Han Ce took the pitch-black aerosiderite and added it to the blackcliff that remained in the forge. Following his late father’s designs to the letter, he crafted a pointed pole with a sharp tip that shimmered like ice and a body hard as bedrock.
Han Ce could have traveled the world with this trusty weapon in hand, but he chose not to. For Han Ce vowed that starting that day, never again would the flames of the furnace die out, and never again would the working of weaponry cease.

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