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Genshin Impact: Serenitea Pot guide — Furnishings, Realm Currency, and Trust

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Serenitea Pot: Trust rating, Adeptal Energy, and Realm Currency

Expand your abode in Genshin Impact‘s Serenitea Pot so that Tubby will like what you’ve done with the place.

 

Earning the Teapot Spirit’s Trust

Your Trust increases the more unique furnishings you craft for the first time. This allows you to earn rewards. For instance, here are the rewards for Trust rank 1:

  • 60x primogems
  • 10x Vial of Adeptal Speed (instantly completes furnishings when used)
  • 1x building furnishing
  • Max Realm Currency stored (up to 300)
  • Unlock Exterior Area 1
  • Max furnishing creation queue increased (+1)
  • Increased number of goods bought by the Teapot Traveling Salesman (up to 4)

Note: Higher Trust ranks will also allow you to swap to different realm layouts (the two others that you didn’t choose earlier).

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Increasing Adeptal Energy and acquiring Realm Currency

Conversely, Adeptal Energy is increased as you place down more furnishings. This value is actually tied to the Realm Currency that you can amass since the resource is accumulated at an hourly rate.

For instance, if your Adeptal Energy is below 2,000, then you only get 4x Realm Currency an hour. However, if you reach, say, 20,000 Adeptal Energy, you’ll acquire 30 Realm Currency every hour.

Note: Realm Currency is used to purchase items from the Realm Depot which we’ll discuss in a separate guide. For now, let’s head to the next section of this guide to talk about how to actually craft furnishings in the Serenitea Pot.

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