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Genshin Impact | Where to find Valberry locations

The world of Genshin Impact is filled to the brim with useful items. Among the game’s variety of flora is the Valberry, a tiny pink berry primarily used in character ascension. Here’s where to find Valberry locations and more details about what you can use these little fruits for.

Where to find Valberry locations in Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Valberry locations map

Valberry in Genshin Impact can be found in multiple locations spread across Stormbearer Mountains. In fact, the fruit’s in-game description says exactly that: They can be found in the wild on Stormbearer Mountains. Check out the map image above for specific locations.

If you haven’t fully explored the map yet, the Stormbearer Mountains can be found to the northeast. This area is slightly north and east of Mondstadt, and north of Starfell Lake.

You’ll be able to find Valberries all over, particularly toward the northern coastlines and due north of the path by Starfell Lake. Unlike Mist Flowers, these tend to grow away from shorelines, preferring instead to sprout in grassy areas. They are exclusive to this region, meaning you won’t find them anywhere south of Mondstadt.

Fortunately, they should be easy to spot: They’re berries with a light pink hue. They also tend to grow in clusters, so if you only need a few, you shouldn’t be searching for very long.

Described as a “local specialty of Mondstadt” — another clue to their general locations — Valberries are primarily used in character Ascension. These little fruits are required to ascend Lisa and Noelle from level 20 to level 40. Lisa will also require Vajrada Amethyst Sliver and Slime Condensate to ascend, while Noelle requires Prithiva Topaz Sliver and Damaged Masks.

Like other in-game items, Valberry in Genshin Impact can be found in abundance throughout the wild. Multiple locations are spread across the Stormbearer Mountains to the northeast, just a short distance away from Mondstadt. If you need some to ascend, it’s time to head north.