Akasha Pulses, the Kalpa Flame Rises, is the new Genshin Impact 3.2 update.
It comes with new characters, systems, equipment, main stories, and enemies.
The maintenance compensation is 300 Primogems and another 300 Primogems for issue fixing.
There’s a new 5-star character called “Physic o Purity” Nahida (Dendro).
The character’s elemental skill is “All Schemes to Know” which sends karmic bonds of wood that deal AoE Dendro damage.
A 4-star character is also introduced to the game called “Fantastical Evening Star” Layla (Cryo).
She is a Rtawahist student who is an expert in Theoretical Astrology.
There is also a new story quest and a new world quest with various objectives and enemies.
An item that you can get in the game is the Quelled Creeper.
However, you might not know how to find the enemy or defeat it.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to get the Quelled Creeper in Genshin Impact (how to find/unlock it).
How to get Quelled Creeper in Genshin Impact
To get the Quelled Creeper in Genshin Impact, you need to defeat the Dendro Hypostasis.
The Dendro Hypostasis is located inside a cave that is south of Dar al-Shifa and near the teleport waypoint.
Here’s how to get the Quelled Creeper:
- Go inside the cave near the teleport waypoint (expand the first screenshot above).
- Walk forward until you reach the Dendro Hypostasis.
- Defeat the boss to get the Quelled Creeper drop.
The Quelled Creeper is used to ascend certain characters.
When a character reaches their level cap, you can use it to ascend them.
Here’s the description of the item, “The final coalesced form of the Dendro Hypostasis. The tough vines protect a pure cubic elemental crystal”.
“Dendro defies any common logic yet exists in perfect harmony with life. Elemental Hypostases, on the contrary, are most distant in appearance to all living beings”.
“The combination of these two should probably never have appeared in this world”.
“It is said that such elemental hypostases have the intelligence to “learn” and have thus understood the colors and dreams of the forest, a process that has transformed them into this shape over thousands of years.”