Chiori Materials, Talents & Constellations | Genshin Impact

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Chiori is not just any 5-star character in Genshin Impact; she’s a fashion legend whose designs are as bold as her personality.

Released in 2020, Genshin Impact quickly captivated players worldwide with its stunning open-world environment, rich storyline, and engaging combat system. Developed by miHoYo and published worldwide by HoYoverse, it’s a free-to-play action RPG that sets itself apart with its gacha system, allowing players to obtain new characters and weapons to enhance their experience.

In the version 4.5 update released on March 13, Chiori’s wish banner became available. She is a famous fashion designer originally from Inazuma but left due to the Vision Hunt and Sakoku Decrees being enacted. She’s currently running Chioriya Boutique in Fontaine.

In this Genshin Impact guide, learn more about Chiori and her talents, materials, and constellations!

Chiori, the 5-Star Geo Character

Chiori is the newest 5-Star Geo character released in the first phase of Genshin Impact version 4.5. Her limited-time banner, alongside Arataki Itto’s, will be available from March 13 until April 2, 2024. Her banner also includes Gorou, Yun Jin, and Dori. Her signature weapon, Uraku Misugiri, will also be available in the weapons banner.

Character Overview

Chiori is the owner of the Chioriya Boutique and a tailor renowned throughout Fontaine. She is a damage dealer who can flexibly choose offensive tactics based on their party composition.

Character Voice Overs and Hearsays

I am Chiori, the owner of Chioriya Boutique. Feel free to find me if you’d like to commission any tailor-made outfits. As for any other requests, it all depends on whether you have enough to offer in exchange. Just the rules of the “business” – you scratch my back, and I’ll scratch yours. Also, smoking, drinking, and causing a ruckus are all strictly prohibited within the Boutique. That whole “the customer is king” concept doesn’t fly here… And even when royalty does come into the shop, if they don’t adhere to the rules, they’ll find themselves being tossed out and kissing the pavement just like anyone else.

Who says you have to use scissors to cut clothes? Leave those rigid rules behind. I much prefer using my own cutting tools.

…This reminds me of home. (Pertaining to Inazuma)

Many have expressed displeasure both publicly and privately about my personality, and have complained that my words can be hurtful. But, if you ask me, all those showy pleasantries, greetings, and compliments are far more of a waste of everyone’s time. If simply stating the facts seems hurtful, then perhaps they are too insecure.

Tamoto is my first masterpiece. At the time, I was just thinking to stitch together a puppet girl who looked like me to be my model and assistant. Huh? What about a companion? No, I have no need for that.

I can’t handle food with particularly strong flavors, like Haggis, for example. The experience of eating it is kind of like… suddenly getting hit with a faceful of Geo Specter out of nowhere. Does that make sense to you?

Chiori Ascension Materials

Chiori has a mix of materials from Inazuma and Fontaine. Her character ascension materials consist of Dendrobium from Inazuma and the Artificed Spare Clockwork Component—Coppelia—acquired from defeating a boss (Icewind Suite) in Fontaine.

Here’s the total cost to level up Chiori to level 90:

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  • 420,000 Mora
  • 46 Ar­ti­ficed Spare Clock­work Com­po­nent — Cop­pe­li­a
  • 168 Dendrobium
  • 1 Prithiva Topaz Sliver
  • 9 Prithiva Topaz Fragment
  • 9 Prithiva Topaz Chunk
  • 6 Prithiva Topaz Gemstone
  • 18 Spectral Husk
  • 30 Spectral Heart
  • 36 Spectral Nucleus

Chiori Talent Materials

To unlock Chiori’s maximum potential, it’s essential for players to level up her talents as well. Here are all the materials needed to max out one talent:

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  • 1,652,500 Mora
  • 6 Lightless Silk String
  • 1 Crown of Insight
  • 3 Teachings to Light
  • 21 Guide to Light
  • 38 Philosophies of Light
  • 6 Spectral Husk
  • 22 Spectral Heart
  • 31 Spectral Nucleus

Chiori Talents and Animations

Chiori is a Geo dual sword user, but only one item will reflect her currently equipped sword. Here are all of Chiori’s official Talents, from her Normal Attack, Elemental Skill, and Elemental Burst.

Chiori

Normal Attack: Weaving Blade

Normal Attack: Chiori performs up to four rapid strikes.
Charged Attack: She consumes a certain amount of Stamina to unleash two rapid sword strikes.
Plunging Attack: Plunges from mid-air to strike the ground below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE DMG upon impact.

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Elemental Skill: Fluttering Hasode

She dashes forward, and once the dash ends, she summons an automaton doll, “Tamoto,” beside her and sweeps her blade upward, dealing AoE Geo DMG based on her ATK and DEF. Holding the skill would allow you to manipulate where Chiori would dash.

Tamoto: Will slash at nearby opponents at intervals, dealing AoE Geo DMG based on Chiori’s ATK and DEF. If there’s another Geo Construct(s) (such as Zhongli’s), an additional Tamoto will be summoned. Only one additional Tamoto can be summoned in this manner.

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Chiori

Elemental Burst: Hiyoku: Twin Blades

Twin blades leave their sheaths as Chiori slices with the clean cuts of a master tailor, dealing AoE Geo DMG based on her ATK and DEF.

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Chiori

Passive: Tailor-Made

After using Fluttering Hasode’s upward sweep, you gain different effects depending on your next action within a short duration. If you Press the Elemental Skill, you will trigger the Tapestry effect. If you Press your Normal Attack, the Tailoring effect will be triggered instead.

Tapestry: Pressing the Elemental Skill button again will switch to the next character in your roster.

Grants all your party members “Seize the Moment”: When your active party member’s Normal Attacks, Charged Attacks, and Plunging Attacks hit a nearby opponent, “Tamoto” will execute a coordinated attack, dealing 100% of Fluttering Hasode’s upward sweep DMG as AoE Geo DMG at the opponent’s location. DMG dealt this way is considered Elemental Skill DMG. “Seize the Moment” lasts 8 seconds, and 1 of Tamoto’s coordinated attacks can be unleashed every 2 seconds. Two such coordinated attacks can occur per “Seize the Moment” effect duration.

Tailoring: Doing a normal attack will give Chiori Geo infusion for 5s.

Note: When on the field, if Chiori does not either Press her Elemental Skill or use a Normal Attack within a short time after using Fluttering Hasode’s upward sweep, the Tailoring effect will be triggered by default.

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Chiori

Passive: The Finishing Touch (Unlocked after 4th Ascension)

When a nearby party member creates a Geo Construct, Chiori will gain 20% Geo DMG Bonus for 20s.

Chiori

Passive: Brocaded Collar’s Beauteous Silhouette

When any party member is wearing an outfit other than their default outfit or a wind glider other than the Wings of First Flight, your party members will obtain the Swift Stride effect: Movement SPD is increased by 10%.

Note: This effect does not occur in Domains, Trounce Domains, and the Spiral Abyss. Swift Stride does not stack.

Chiori Constellations

Additional Constellations for Chiori can also be good if you have enough Primogems. Here are all six of her Constellations:

Chiori

C1: Six Paths of Sage Silkcraft

The AoE of the automaton doll “Tamoto” summoned by Fluttering Hasode is increased by 50%.

Additionally, if there is a Geo party member other than Chiori, Fluttering Hasode will trigger the following after the dash is completed:
– Summon an additional Tamoto. Only one additional Tamoto can exist simultaneously, whether summoned by Chiori this way or through the presence of a Geo Construct.
– Triggers the Passive Talent “The Finishing Touch.” This effect requires you to unlock the Passive Talent “The Finishing Touch.”

Chiori

C2: In Five Colors Dyed

For 10s after using Hiyoku: Twin Blades, a simplified automaton doll, “Kinu,” will be summoned next to your active character every 3s. Kinu will attack nearby opponents, dealing AoE Geo DMG equivalent to 170% of Tamoto’s DMG. DMG dealt this way is considered Elemental Skill DMG.
Kinu will leave the field after 1 attack or after lasting 3s.

Chiori

C3: Four Brocade Embellishments

Increases the Level of Fluttering Hasode by 3, and the maximum upgrade level is 15.

Chiori

C4: A Tailor’s Three Courtesies

For 8s after triggering either follow-up effect of the Passive Talent “Tailor-Made,” when your current active character’s Normal, Charged, or Plunging Attacks hit a nearby opponent, a simplified automaton doll, “Kinu,” will be summoned near this opponent. You can summon 1 Kinu every 1s in this way, and up to 3 Kinu may be summoned this way during each instance of “Tailor-Made”‘s Seize the Moment or Tailoring effect. The above effect can be triggered up to once every 15s.

Note: You must unlock the Passive Talent “Tailor-Made” first.

Chiori

C4: A Tailor’s Three Courtesies

For 8s after triggering either follow-up effect of the Passive Talent “Tailor-Made,” when your current active character’s Normal, Charged, or Plunging Attacks hit a nearby opponent, a simplified automaton doll, “Kinu,” will be summoned near this opponent. You can summon 1 Kinu every 1s in this way, and up to 3 Kinu may be summoned this way during each instance of “Tailor-Made”‘s Seize the Moment or Tailoring effect. The above effect can be triggered up to once every 15s.

Note: You must unlock the Passive Talent “Tailor-Made” first.

Chiori

C5: Two Silken Plumules

Increases the Level of Hiyoku: Twin Blades by 3, and the maximum upgrade level is 15.

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C6: Sole Principle Pursuit

After triggering a follow-up effect of the Passive Talent “Tailor-Made,” Chiori’s own Fluttering Hasode’s cooldown is decreased by 12s. In addition, the DMG dealt by Chiori’s Normal Attacks is increased by 235% of her DEF.

Note: You must unlock the Passive “Tailor-Made” first.


These are all the Ascension and Talent Materials, Talents, and Constellations of Chiori, the famous fashion designer running Chioriya Boutique! Make sure to stay tuned for more Genshin Impact updates and guides!

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