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Where to get Luminescent Pollen in Genshin Impact – Luminescent Pollen Locations

Time to go stomp on some 'shrooms.

There are plenty of uses for Luminescent Pollen in the region of Sumeru in Genshin Impact. The main draw to collecting the dusty resource is to ascend several Sumeru characters and weapons, so you will need plenty of it to get them to the height of their power. But to obtain some, you will need to get your hands dirty by killing lots and lots of Fungi scattered all over the region of Sumeru. This guide will explain where to get Luminescent Pollen in Genshin Impact and what you can use it for after you’ve collected it.

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Where to find Luminescent Pollen in Genshin Impact

Luminescent Pollen is a Common Ascension Material in Genshin Impact, making it plentiful all over the region, but you will also need lots of it. Moreover, you will need to grind for it to make any substantive quantity. To do that, you will need to kill Level 40+ Fungi enemies all over Sumeru. All of them have a chance to drop Luminescent Pollen as part of their loot tables. These enemies are scattered across Sumeru, including the Chasm and the new Great Red Sands region. There are 14 types of Fungi that can drop Luminescent Pollen, including:

  • Floating Anemo Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Floating Dendro Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Floating Hydro Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Grounded Geoshroom (Level 40+)
  • Grounded Hydroshroom (Level 40+)
  • Stretchy Anemo Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Stretchy Electro Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Stretchy Geo Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Stretchy Pyro Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Whirling Cryo Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Whirling Electro Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Whirling Pyro Fungus (Level 40+)
  • Winged Cryoshroom (Level 40+)
  • Winged Dendroshroom (Level 40+)
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What is Luminescent Pollen used for in Genshin Impact

Talent Leveling

There are four characters that use Luminescent Pollen as part of the materials to level their talents:

  • Nahida (5-star Dendro)
  • Nilou (5-star Hydro)
  • Tighnari (5-star Dendro)
  • Traveler (Dendro version)

Character Ascension

Character ascensions are an important part of increasing their power level. Three characters in Genshin Impact will need lots of Luminescent Pollen to fully ascend:

  • Nahida (5-star Dendro)
  • Nilou (5-star Hydro)
  • Tighnari (5-star Dendro)

Weapon Ascension

It’s just as important to ascend your weapons to fully utilize their utility and damage potentials. There are five weapons that use Luminescent Pollen to ascend:

  • A Thousand Floating Dreams (5-star Catalyst)
  • Staff of the Scarlet Sands (5-star Polearm)
  • End of the Line (4-star Bow)
  • Fruit of Fulfillment (4-star Catalyst)
  • Wandering Star (4-star Catalyst)

Crafting

There is a way to craft more Luminescent Pollen if you have some Fungal Spores left over. The recipe to craft it is pretty simple:

  • 3x Fungal Spores + 50 Mora = 1x Luminescent Pollen

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I have been into gaming since the days of Sega Mega Drive and Amiga. Over the years in gaming, I have raided at a high level, completed rare achievements, coached other players, and written about games since 2016. Whether it’s been clicking heads; developing cities, colonies, and empires; or commanding parties of adventurers; I’ve always prided myself on being able to understand the underlying mechanics of games. Outside of gaming, I enjoy a variety of activities and hobbies, including playing with my pup Astra, working out, as well as crafting, painting, and leatherwork.