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Genshin Impact: How to Get the Frostbearer Catalyst

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Genshin Impact: How to Get the Frostbearer Catalyst

There are tons of weapons and other gear to choose from when building up your party, but some are a bit trickier to get your hands on than others. If you’re wondering how to get the Frostbearer catalyst weapon in Genshin Impact, we have all the details you need right here.

How to Get the Frostbearer Catalyst in Genshin Impact

Get the Frostbearer Diagram

Version 2.3 of the game brings us back to the Dragonspine region in Mondstadt, and that’s exactly where you need to go to get this catalyst weapon.

The Frostbearer is a weapon that needs to be crafted, so you don’t need to pray to the RNG gods and pull for it in a weapon banner. Instead, you’ll need to raise the Frostbearing Tree to level 10. The tree’s level will go up when you return to it after collecting the Crimson Agate items that are found all over Dragonspine.

Genshin Impact Frostbearer Catalyst

If you’re not sure where to look for Crimson Agate, we have a guide showing you exactly where to look right here. Once the tree reaches level 10, you’ll be rewarded with the Frostbearer catalyst diagram.

Forge the Frostbearer

Head on over to any blacksmith in Mondstadt, Liyue, or Inazuma to forge this weapon. It’ll cost you the following crafting materials:

  • x1 Northlander Catalyst Billet
  • x50 Crystal Chunk
  • x50 Starsilver
  • x500 Mora

The Frostbearer’s main stat is ATK% and its ability has a 60% chance to drop an icicle on an enemy when it gets hit by a normal attack. The icicle does 80% physical AOE damage, and enemies affected by Cryo are dealt 200% more damage by the icicle.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get the Frostbearer catalyst weapon in Genshin Impact. Be sure to check out our guide wiki for more tips, tricks, and other useful info on the game if you’re looking for more pointers.

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