Graphics by ixii.



  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 (Trophy Difficulty Rating)
  • Offline trophies: 0
  • Online trophies: 17 (14, 3)
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 100hrs+ (Estimated Time to 100%)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: Story up to Prologue Act 3, open world exploration, 1,200 total chests (400 in Mondstadt, 800 in Liyue) and reaching max ascension with a single character and weapon
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: None if you only play one version of the game but see the glitch note below, for an issue that can affect your trophies when stacking the game.
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: Story chapters are restricted by Adventure Rank
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, there are 3 stacks available: NA, EU and China
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats
  • Additional peripherals required?: None
 

Welcome to Genshin Impact, which was developed and published by MiHoYo, the same creative minds behind the popular Honkai Impact 3rd. Genshin Impact takes inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, thanks to its open world exploration along with the ability to strengthen your characters and weapons as players explore between two regions: Mondstadt (a region designated by Anemo) and Liyue (which is designated by Geo). This game also features a healthy amount of storylines where players will learn more about the lore of this game, along with its characters and setting.

In addition to your main character, you can also unlock a variety of new characters by making progress through the story, completing specific tasks such as reaching a specific floor in the Spiral Abyss or by using the game's gacha system to either unlock them early or to unlock characters unique to this mechanic. Trophy-wise, this game is a lengthy grind where players will need to do specific tasks such as opening up chests, leveling up your characters and/or weapons and having a friend or co-op partner help you unlock a chest you can only get with them in a specific area.

WARNING: Due to a glitch in the game's stat tracking system, stacking this game will become impossible whenever you transfer your data between versions (for example: NA to EU or China, EU to NA or China etc.) due to each version sharing the same stats per account, which means that if you start from the NA version on an NA account and attempt the EU version on the same account, you won't be able to unlock the same achievement again in the EU version due to you unlocking it previously in the NA version.

Be sure to keep this in mind before attempting to stack another version, as doing this procedure will result in most of the game's trophies becoming unobtainable in whichever other stack you plan to do. Credit to Klart on PSNProfiles for sharing this information.




Genshin Impact Wiki ~ This wiki has resources for the game, such as the game's lore, characters, weapons and many more! You can also find shortcuts to the most relevant resources that are touched upon in this guide by checking the list below:Genshin Impact Generated World Map ~ This will allow users to customize and/or look for anything they can find in the game’s world map. For example: You can use this to toggle chest locations, which will make this beneficial in opening up the required number of chests for each trophy in the two regions.
Genshin.GG ~ A useful resource for players that want to decide on what team build they would like to go for. It also has a complete tier list that shows players which characters are the most useful when building a team.

Controls:

: Move
: Rotate Camera
: Switch Party Member
: Paimon Menu
: Chat
: Elemental Burst
: Normal Attack
: Jump
: Pick Up/Interact
: Shortcut Wheel
or (while holding ): Select shortcut option
: Switch Aiming Mode
: Sprint
: Elemental Skill
 

Step 1: Complete the Game's Story up to the end of Prologue: Act III while increasing your Adventure Rank

In this step, you will need to complete the first three acts of the game's story (AKA the prologue) as you begin your journey throughout Mondstadt to end the windstorm caused by its god Stormterror. Throughout this step, you will also need to do additional tasks to increase your Adventure Rank, as it is required to do so if you want to advance through the story. For instance, Act II is unlocked upon reaching AR 10, while Act III won't be available until you reach Rank 18.

Upon completing this step, you will have the following trophy unlocked:

The End of the Beginning


Step 2: Open World Exploration (Misc. Tasks)

Once you are done with the story up until the third act of the Prologue, you can now go for the many tasks you can go for in the game's open world, such as the ability for your Traveler to use the Geo element, sitting between the hands of the Goddess Statue and hitting an eagle with your bow while it is flying. There is also another trophy you can unlock where you and a friend need to stand on top of a certain rock formation in order to trigger a chest but keep in mind that only the host of the co-op session can unlock it so if you need to find a player who will be willing to assist you, be sure to head to the Co-Op Partners Thread.

Upon completing this step, you will have the following trophies unlocked:

Of Mountains High
Nothing Special, Just Practice
Unswerving
Beloved of the Anemo Archon


Step 3: Opening 1,200 Chests

This step will have players go through the task of opening a total of 1,200 chests, making this one of the game's lengthiest grinds as far as this trophy list goes. This is actually split between the two regions, because you will need to open 400 chests in Mondstadt and 800 in Liyue. Thankfully, you can use the map found in the Useful Links section to keep track of which chests you need and which ones you have already opened.

Upon completing this step, you will have the following trophies unlocked:

Wind-chasing Treasure Hunter (First trophy; 100 chests)
Wind-chasing Treasure Hunter (Second trophy; 200 chests)
Wind-chasing Treasure Hunter (Third trophy; 400 chests)
Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (First trophy; 200 chests)
Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Second trophy; 400 chests)
Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Third trophy; 800 chests)


Step 4: Reaching Phase Six with a single Character and Weapon

Once you have completed all three of the above steps, you will enter your final step. Here you will ascend to the sixth and final phase for any character and weapon of your choice, thus making this the longest grind the game has to offer since you will need to increase your Adventure Rank (although for Phases three and five, you will need to complete ascension quests that you are tasked with upon reaching Adventure Ranks 25 and 35, respectively). You should also take note that the materials for ascending weapons can be obtained in domains that rotate between specific days, while characters require specific elemental shards in order to awaken them.

Upon completing this step, you will have the following trophies unlocked:

Onward and Upward (First trophy; Character Phase 2)
Onward and Upward (Second trophy; Character Phase 4)
Onward and Upward (Third trophy; Character Phase 6)
Re-armed, Re-forged (First trophy; Weapon Phase 2)
Re-armed, Re-forged (Second trophy; Weapon Phase 4)
Re-armed, Re-forged (Third trophy; Weapon Phase 6)
[PST Would Like To Thank MikelAL93 for this Roadmap]
DLC: Series 2
Overview:
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
  • Offline trophies: 0
  • Online trophies: 7 (5, 1, 1)
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 15 - 20 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: None
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: None
Introduction:
In celebration of the launch of the PS5 version of Genshin as well as the release of version 1.5, Genshin Impact gains more trophies through four DLC packs (these are part of the base game list on PS5). The second series of trophies from this DLC pack will focus on the Liyue Archon Quest, as well as the Dragonspine mountain region of Mondstadt!

Information about Dragonspine:
Introduced in Version 1.2 of the game, which was released on December 22, 2020. This region of Teyvat lies between Galesong Hill in Mondstadt and Qiongji Estuary in Liyue. However, despite being associated with Mondstadt, this region's achievements and/or trophies do not count towards your progress in the aforementioned region, but rather, it has its own set of achievements you can unlock.

One of the mechanics that are unique to Dragonspine is Subzero Climate, which is designated by a small light blue bar above your current character's health bar, but when this gauge nearly gets full, it will start blinking red with shards of ice starting to appear around the screen, and when this gauge gets full, it will evolve to Sheer Cold and your character will gradually begin to lose health while more shards of ice appear around the screen.

You can decrease this gauge by going near objects such as torches, teleport devices, and the region's sole statue of the seven (which also counts towards your progress of this in Mondstadt. You can also follow/be near a Fire Seelie, use mechanisms, and use items known as the Scarlet Quartz to decrease the gauge as well. The key to survival in the Dragonspine is to find the necessary locations and items to heat up and prevent your characters from suffering from the mountain's subzero temperatures.

Walkthrough:
Step 1: 
Complete the Third and Final Act of Liyue's Archon Quests

In this step, you will find yourself completing the third act of Liyue's Archon Quest, which serves as the conclusion of the story that takes place in the Liyue region of Teyvat. Much like the first stage in the base game's trophy guide, you will also find yourself increasing your Adventure Rank since this particular Archon Quest will require you to reach Adventure Rank 23 in order to unlock it.

Once you complete this step, you will unlock the following trophy:

Journey: A New Star Approaches trophy_gold.png 

Step 2: Opening 160 Chests in Dragonspine
Once you have completed the final main Archon Quest in Liyue, you will now be tasked with opening up a total of at least 160 chests in Dragonspine, a mountain region that was originally added in version 1.2 of the game, which was released on December 22, 2020.

Much like step 3 of the base game's trophy guide, you can use the map found in the Useful Links section of the aforementioned guide (which can be found in this guide's Tips & Strategies section) to locate and keep track of which chests you need and/or those you have already opened.

Once you have completed this step, you will unlock the following trophies:

Mountain of Treasure (I) trophy_bronze.png 
Mountain of Treasure (II) trophy_bronze.png 
Mountain of Treasure (III) trophy_bronze.png 


Step 3: Raise the Frostbearing Tree to its Maximum Level
The third and final step of this guide focuses on increasing the Frostbearing Tree in the Dragonspine to its maximum level, which is level 12. Similar to the Statues of the Seven in Mondstadt and Liyue, this particular monument will also allow players to earn rewards whenever they increase its level, which will include Mora, Adventure Rank EXP, Mystic Enhancement Ores, and many more.

Keep in mind that you cannot make use of this feature in Dragonspine until you thaw out its crystal as part of the In The Mountains side quest that is given to you by Iris.

Once you have completed this step, you will unlock the following trophies:

Scarlet Sprouts (I) trophy_bronze.png 
Scarlet Sprouts (II) trophy_bronze.png 
Scarlet Sprouts (III) trophy_silver.png 

 
DLC: Series 3
Overview:
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10
  • Offline trophies: 0
  • Online trophies: 5 (2, 2, 1)
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 15 - 20 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: None
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: None
Introduction:
In celebration of the launch of the PS5 version of Genshin as well as the release of version 1.5, Genshin Impact gains more trophies through four DLC packs (these are part of the base game list on PS5). The third series of trophies from this DLC pack will focus on the many additional tasks in Mondstadt, as well as a quest in the Dragonspine region.

Walkthrough:
Step 1:
 Light up Mondstadt's Map and Activate all Teleport Waypoints
In this step, you will be tasked with exploring Mondstadt's map and activating the region's Teleport Waypoints and Statues of the Seven as you light the region's map up, but keep in mind that the ones you find in Dragonspine do not count towards these trophies, so be sure to explore all of Mondstadt carefully while doing this step.

Upon completing this step, you will unlock the following trophies:

Mondstadt: Continental Explorer trophy_bronze.png 
Mondstadt: Brush of a Thousand Winds trophy_silver.png 


Step 2: Leveling up Mondstadt's Statues of the Seven
Once you have lit up the map of Mondstadt (with the exception of Dragonspine), as well as activating its Teleport Waypoints, you will now be tasked with finding up to 65 Anemoculus' to reach the maximum level of the Statues of the Seven in this region. If you are having trouble locating them, you can craft the Anemoculus Resonance Stone when your reputation in Mondstadt reaches Level 2 to find and locate which Anemoculus you need, but keep in mind that you will need to stock up on the materials needed to craft it since you can use only one at a time.

Upon completing this step, you will unlock the following trophy:

Mondstadt: Let the Wind Lead trophy_gold.png 

Step 3: Complete the In The Mountains Subquest in Dragonspine
This step will have the player head back to Dragonspine as they are now tasked with a quest surrounding the mystery of a nail that previously resided in the sky, and the goal is to thaw the ice around each piece and restore it to its former glory, which will make this stage a departure from the previous two.

Upon completing this step, you will unlock the following trophy:

Dragonspine: Skyfrost Nail trophy_bronze.png 

Step 4: Improving your Reputation in Mondstadt
Once you have completed all three of the above stages, you will now head back to Mondstadt and improve your reputation in the region. There are a lot of tasks you can do to increase your reputation, but keep in mind that two of them can only be done three times a week, so you will need to wait for the next week before you can do them again.

Upon completing this step, you will unlock the following trophy:

Mondstadt: Megastar in Mondstadt trophy_silver.png 

Genshin Impact Trophy Guide

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60 trophies ( 14  40  12  )

  • Obtain the power of Geo.

    (Online)

    This trophy will be unlocked upon switching your main character's elemental ability from Anemo (Wind) to Geo (Earth) for the first time.

    You will come across your first Statue of the Seven in Liyue after you enter the Bishui Plain for the first time (You can access this region at any time, even while you're going for The End of the Beginning), then select Resonate with Geo to change your element. A screenshot showcasing the location of this statue can be found below (it is found between the Stone Gate and the Dihua Marsh):

    Keep in mind that you can switch between Anemo and Geo elements at any time by visiting any of the activated Statue of the Seven locations in Mondstadt and Liyue respectively.
  • Ascend a character to Phase 2 for the first time.

    (Online)

    See Onward and Upward (Third Trophy) for more information.
  • Ascend a character to Phase 4 for the first time.

    (Online)

    See Onward and Upward (Third Trophy) for more information.
  • Ascend a character to Phase 6 for the first time.

    (Online)

    In order to unlock this trophy, you will need to ascend a single character of your choice to Phase 6 for the first time. This is a long and grindy task, since you will need to reach specific Adventure Ranks in order to ascend your characters, which will increase their level caps and allow them to learn new talents. The required Adventure Ranks needed to ascend to each phase can be found below (Credits to the Genshin Impact wiki and Xi from the game's discord server for this information):
     
    • Phase 1: Adventure Rank 15 + Character Level 20
    • Phase 2: Adventure Rank 25 + Character Level 40
    • Phase 3: Adventure Rank 30 + Character Level 50 (You will need to complete the Ascension Quest that is unlocked upon reaching Rank 25 in order to reach this rank)
    • Phase 4: Adventure Rank 35 + Character Level 60
    • Phase 5: Adventure Rank 40 + Character Level 70 (You will need to complete the Ascension Quest that is unlocked upon reaching Rank 35 in order to reach this rank)
    • Phase 6: Adventure Rank 50 + Character Level 80 (You will need to complete the Ascension Quest that is unlocked upon reaching Rank 45 in order to reach this rank)
    You can also acquire materials by completing story quests and/or domains as you progress through the story. You can also exchange sigils for ascension materials inside the souvenir shops in Mondstadt and Liyue (these use Anemo and Geo sigils, respectively) in case you are missing any, but keep in mind that the quantities for each of them are limited when doing it through the latter. However, the Traveler's (your main character) ascension materials can only be obtained by redeeming Adventure Rank awards as you increase it. To level up your characters, you will need to go to the Character screen (Open the Paimon Menu and select Character or use the shortcut wheel and tap to access it easily) then select Attributes, this is where you can use the following items to increase your character's level:
     
    • Wanderer's Advice: 1,000 EXP
    • Adventurer's Experience: 5,000 EXP
    • Hero's Wit: 20,000 EXP
    Once you reach the level cap for that phase, you will need to obtain a specific amount of materials needed to enter the next phase of the character's level cap. This will vary greatly with each character so keep that in mind before going for whichever materials you need to make them go to the next phase.

    You can increase your Adventure Rank by activating teleport waypoints, completing story quests, domains, and opening treasure chests scattered around Mondstadt and Liyue. Completing tasks that are granted upon activating Ley Line Blossoms (Blossom and Wealth) will also help when doing so. Completing tasks in the Adventurer Handbook is also beneficial in acquiring points to increase your rank. A list of characters and materials can be found in the Useful Links section of the Roadmap.
  • Ascend a weapon to Phase 2.

    (Online)

    See Re-armed, Re-forged (Third Trophy) for more information.
  • Ascend a weapon to Phase 4.

    (Online)

    See Re-armed, Re-forged (Third Trophy) for more information.
  • Ascend a weapon to Phase 6.

    (Online)

    In addition to ascending and strengthening your characters, you can also ascend your weapons as you increase their level along with their strength. Keep in mind that whenever you ascend any one of your weapons, the base attack strength will increase, as well as its level cap. The required Adventure Ranks needed to ascend to each phase can be found below (Credits to the Genshin Impact wiki and Xi from the game's discord server for this information):
     
    • Phase 1: Adventure Rank 15 + Weapon Level 20
    • Phase 2: Adventure Rank 25 + Weapon Level 40
    • Phase 3: Adventure Rank 30 + Weapon Level 50 (You will need to complete the Ascension Quest that is unlocked upon reaching Rank 25 in order to reach this rank)
    • Phase 4: Adventure Rank 35 + Weapon Level 60
    • Phase 5: Adventure Rank 40 + Weapon Level 70 (You will need to complete the Ascension Quest that is unlocked upon reaching Rank 35 in order to reach this rank)
    • Phase 6: Adventure Rank 50 + Weapon Level 80 (You will need to complete the Ascension Quest that is unlocked upon reaching Rank 45 in order to reach this rank)
    One of the core differences between ascending characters and weapons is that you will not gain any additional properties, namely talents, but regardless, the additional strength boost will help players on the long run when playing through the story. You can increase the level of your weapon by going to the Character screen and select Weapons, then select the weapon in which you want to level up or ascend and press to access the weapon enhancement screen.

    In this screen, you will need to press to select which one of the three ores you want to use to increase your weapon's level but you can also use other weapons to either increase it or refine its strength. Keep in mind that only three and four star weapons can ascend to the sixth phase and the ores you can use to increase your weapon's EXP, can be found in the list below:
     
    • Enhancement Ore: 400 EXP each
    • Fine Enhancement Ore: 2,000 EXP each
    • Mystic Enhancement Ore: 10,000 EXP each
    For more information on how to increase your Adventure Rank, please refer to Onward and Upward (Third trophy). You can also check the Useful Links section of the Roadmap to see a list of weapons and materials, as well as which materials you will need to ascend any weapon. Keep in mind that if you are farming for materials in domains, you should be alarmed that the material you need may not be available until a certain day so for instance, you won't be able to get the Wolf's Cracked Tooth until either Tuesday or Friday in the Domain of Forgery: Submerged Valley, as well as the Debris of Decarabian's City which occurs in the Domain of Forgery: City of Reflections on either Monday or Thursday.
  • Open 100 chests in Mondstadt (excluding the Dragonspine area).

     
    (Online; Collectible)

    See Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Third trophy) for more information.
  • Open 200 chests in Mondstadt (excluding the Dragonspine area).

     
    (Online; Collectible)

    See Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Third trophy) for more information.
  • Open 400 chests in Mondstadt (excluding the Dragonspine area).

     
    (Online; Collectible)

    See Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Third trophy) for more information.
  • Open 200 chests in Liyue (The Chasm is counted separately).

     
    (Online; Collectible)

    See Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Third trophy) for more information.
  • Open 400 chests in Liyue (The Chasm is counted separately).

     
    (Online; Collectible)

    See Rock-steady Treasure Hunter (Third trophy) for more information.
  • Open 800 chests in Liyue (The Chasm is counted separately).

     
    (Online; Collectible)

    There are a total of 1,200 chests you can open up across the two regions; 400 in Mondstadt and 800 in Liyue. There are also four types of chests players can open up, all of which can be found below.
     
    1. Common Chests
    2. Exquisite Chests
    3. Precious Chests
    4. Luxurious Chests
    These chests can be found throughout the two lands while exploring in the open world, defeating enemies to break the seal around them, escorting Seelie to their Seelie Gardens (the stone pedestals that light up when they reach them) and/or completing challenges. There is also an additional chest you can find in Liyue that requires a co-op partner in order for it to trigger so you can open it and unlock its trophy - be sure to see Unswerving for more information on this.

    Keep in mind that chests you have opened in domains do not count towards each of the trophies related to chests at all so be sure you are in the field and not inside any domains when doing it. You can also make use of the map found in the Useful Links section of the Roadmap to keep track of what chests you have already opened and which ones you need to find when going for this trophy. It should be noted that depending on which of the four types of chests you have opened, you will be granted with items that could prove beneficial when playing through the game such as the Luxurious and Precious chests giving you better items upon opening them. In addition to this, common chests that respawn will also count towards these trophies (Credit to tsoul for this information).

    You can check your progress towards this and the Wind-chasing Treasure Hunter series of trophies by going to your Achievements screen (you can access this by opening the Paimon Menu and selecting Achievements), then select either Mondstadt: The City of Wind and Song for Wind-chasing Treasure Hunter or Liyue: The Harbor of Stone and Contracts for Rock-steady Treasure Hunter.
  • Hit a falcon mid-flight with your bow.

    (Online)

    In the region of Liyue, there is an island stranded across the teleport waypoint in the Yaogaung Shoal. You can reach this particular island in two ways: The first and most well known of which is to play as Kaeya and use his Elemental Skill by pressing , this allows him to freeze water in the direction he's facing. Afterwards, switch to the Traveler (who is your main character) and use their Elemental Skill to increase the length of the frozen water, afterwards, switch back to Kaeya and repeat this process until you reach the aforementioned island. The location of the island itself can be found in the screenshot below:

    Another method to get there is to use Anemo attacks (preferably with the Traveler) on a Pinwheel found the Northeastern direction of the same area as the mini boss that uses Geo attacks, this pinwheel will create wind gusts that allow the player to travel to a smaller island in the Northwestern direction where the pinwheel is found at. Open the chests found in this location since you will need them for Rock-steady Treasure Hunter, then step on the pressure platform to create another wind gust that you can use to get to the stranded island. (Credit to Kurushii for providing me with this information)

    Once you are there, you will need to climb up the stone tower and then switch to a character that uses a bow as their weapon of choice (such as Amber, Fischel and Venti, to name a few), then press to zoom in. You can also use to move the camera and to shoot your arrows so be sure to use these techniques when aiming for the eagle, while this also takes some time since your aim may not be perfect the first time you shoot an arrow at the eagle but when you hit the eagle, you will also earn five Primogems (Found in the Marksmanship category of the Achievements screen) alongside of unlocking this trophy.

    For a video showcasing how this trophy is unlocked, please refer to the one found below, courtesy of 100% Guides:
 

Secret trophies

  • Open the chest in the middle of the heart-shaped rock formation.

    (Online Co-Op; Collectible)

    This trophy serves as the game's only co-op oriented trophy but keep in mind that only the host can unlock it, it should also be noted that this is unlocked in the same area as the one found in Nothing Special, Just Practice so you should be able to go for both trophies.

    When you are near the heart shaped rock, be sure to take this opportunity to have a friend or co-op partner join your session (if you have a friend who is playing this via PC or Mobile, be sure to add their UID (User ID) by going to your friend list (which can be accessed by pressing then selecting Friends) and tapping to add a friend. Press to input the UID of the player you wish to add (this is recommended if you are adding players that don't play the game on PS4) and once you are done, the friend request will be sent. It should also be noted that any friend on your PS4 friend list who also plays the game will automatically be added to your friend list in the game.

    Once your co-op mode partner joins your room, you will need to stand on one end of the heart, while your partner stands on the other end and if done successfully, the chest will appear in the middle of the heart as seen in the screenshot below:

    You will need to open this chest in order for the trophy to unlock. You can also earn five Primogems upon completing this achievement (found in the Wonders of the World category). If you need a friend or a partner to help you unlock this trophy, be sure to head to the Co-Op Partners Thread but keep in mind that as mentioned earlier, only the host of the co-op session can unlock this trophy.
  • Take a seat in the hands of the God Statue in Mondstadt.

    (Online)

    In order to unlock this trophy, you will need to climb up the God Statue located next to the cathedral in Mondstadt. This is done by walking up from her robe on the right side of the statue and continuing to go up until you reach a dead end. From here, you need to climb up the statue until you reach her left arm, then walk steadily across her arms and as soon as you reach the tip of her fingers, press to sit between her hands then the trophy will be unlocked. You can also earn five Primogems upon completing this achievement (found in the Wonders of the World category).

    The location of the statue in the City on Mondstadt can be found in the screenshot below:

    For a video showcasing how this trophy is unlocked, please refer to the one found below (this video is recorded by myself):
  • Complete the Mondstadt Archon Quests.

    (Online; Story Related. Cannot be missed)

    This trophy will be unlocked upon completing the Mondstadt Archon quests, which serve as the game's prologue chapter. These quests will help players as they learn about the game's lore, characters and the setting of the game itself. The quests in the prologue chapter can be found below, all of which are separated into the acts they are part of (as well as the required Adventure Rank to reach these acts).

    Prologue: Act 1 ~ The Outlander Who Caught the Wind
    • Winds of the Past
    • Crash Course (You can unlock Kaeya upon completing this portion)
    • Sparks Amongst the Pages (You can unlock Lisa upon completing this portion)
    • Bird's Eye View
    • Unexpected Power
    • Wind-Riding Knight
    • Forest Rendezvous
    • City of Freedom
    • Dragon Storm
    • Knights of Favonius
    • Going Upon the Breeze
    Prologue: Act II ~ For a Tomorrow Without Tears (Unlocked upon reaching Adventure Rank 10)
    • Shadow Over Mondstadt
    • Unexpected Encounter
    • That Green Fellow
    • Let the Wind Lead
    • Venti's Plan
    • Venti's New Plan
    • Wild Escape
    • Behind the Scenes
    • State of the Holy Lyre der Himmel
    • Fallen Tears
    • Hidden Tears
    • Stolen Tears
    • Crystal Tears
    • Reunion with the Dragon
    • Chasing Shadows
    Prologue: Act III ~ Song of the Dragon and Freedom (Unlocked upon reaching Adventure Rank 18)
    • Hurdle
    • Empty Abode
    • Light Guiding Ceremony
    • Calm Before the Storm
    • A Long Shot
    • Ending Note
    • Abyss Mage
    • When the Wind Dies Down
    For more information on how to increase your Adventure Rank, please refer to Onward and Upward.

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series II

7 trophies

  • Open 40 chests in Dragonspine.

    (Collectible)

    See Mountain of Treasure (III) trophy_bronze.png for more information.
  • Open 80 chests in Dragonspine.

    (Collectible)

    See Mountain of Treasure (III) trophy_bronze.png for more information.
  • Open 160 chests in Dragonspine.

    Much like the Wind-Chasing Treasure Hunter and Rock-Steady Treasure Hunter series of trophies from the base game's trophy guide, you will be tasked with opening up a specific number of treasure chests in Dragonspine, but the goal this time around is that you need to open at least 160 of them (keep in mind that there are more than the aforementioned amount scattered around Dragonspine).

    It should be noted that despite being listed as part of Mondstadt, the Anemo Treasure Compass you can get by reaching Reputation Level 5 will not work in Dragonspine at all, but thankfully, the total amount of treasures you will need to collect to unlock this and the two trophies above it is much less compared to the numbers you had to find in Mondstadt and Liyue (400 and 800 respectively).

    For a video that shows the locations of where you will find some of the chests in Dragonspine, refer to the one found below:
    (Credit to GamerSophie on YouTube for the video above; keep in mind that while this video does not cover all of the chests in Dragonspine, it will cover the amount necessary to unlock these trophies (along with five more, which brings the total to 165 chests you can find while watching this video))
     
    For more information on the Chests featured in the game, please refer to Rock-Steady Treasure Hunter (III) trophy_bronze.png in the guide for the base game.
  • Raise the Frostbearing Tree to Lv. 4.

    See Scarlet Sprouts (III) trophy_silver.png for more information.
  • Raise the Frostbearing Tree to Lv. 8.

    See Scarlet Sprouts (III) trophy_silver.png for more information.
  • Raise the Frostbearing Tree to Lv. 12.

    Along with the debut of Dragonspine also came the debut of the Frostbearing Tree, which functions similar to the Statues of the Seven that lie within Mondstadt and Liyue, where you can give them a specific item (Anemoculus for Mondstadt's statues and Geoculus for Liyue's) to level them up, but in this case, the Frostbearing Tree uses Crimson Agate as its form of blessing to level up. Whenever you level the tree up, you will gain awards that will benefit you throughout your journey. It should be noted that the tree won't be available until you thaw the icicle surrounding it (which is also part of the In the Mountains side quest that you'll get from Iris).

    The Frostbearning Tree will take 10 Crimson Agates for each time it levels up, which will lead to a total of 110 that you will need to collect in order to increase it to its max level. The typical rewards you will get for each level you have increased the tree to will normally consist of 200 Adventure Rank EXP, 10 Mystic Enhancement Ores, and 50,000 Mora. In addition to these, each level will also give you a unique reward alongside them.

    The list of those unique rewards can be found below (keep in mind that some are shared between levels):
    • Levels 1 and 2: 1 Acquaint Fate
    • Levels 3 and 7: 5 Hero's Wit
    • Level 4: Diagram: Warming Bottle blueprint
    • Level 5: 2 Acquaint Fates
    • Level 6: 2 Intertwined Fates
    • Level 8: Northlander Polearm Billet and Crimson Wish feature
    • Level 9: Frostbearing: Ancient Tree namecard style
    • Level 10: Memory of the Frostbearing Tree blueprint
    • Level 11: Crown of Insight
    • Level 12: Wings of Concealing Snow
    Once you have the tree reach Level 8 for the first time, it will unlock a feature known as the Crimson Wish, which will assign tasks that allow players to earn a Crimson Agate for completing them. These will refresh every Monday and Friday and will give players the opportunity to win up to five Crimson Agate's each, which will come in handy for this trophy. You can also use the map found in the Useful Links section of the roadmap in the base game's trophy guide if you need help with finding each one.
 

Secret trophies

  • Complete 'A New Star Approaches'.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    This trophy will be unlocked upon completing the Liyue Archon quests. Like Journey: The End of the Beginning trophy_silver.png  from the base game's trophy guide, this will guide players through the events that unfold within Liyue, the second region in Teyvat, and as such, these quests make up Chapter 1 in the game's story. The quests in this chapter can be found below, all of which are separated into the acts they are a part of (as well as the required Adventure Rank to reach these acts).

    Chapter 1: Act I ~ Of the Land Amidst Monoliths (Unlocked upon reaching Adventure Rank 23)
    • Rite of Descension
    • An Impromptu Change of Plan
    • Wangshu
    • Moulder of Mountains
    • Custodian of Clouds
    • Dust to Dust
    Chapter 1: Act II ~ Farewell, Archaic Lord (Unlocked upon reaching Adventure Rank 25)
    • An Organization Known as Wangsheng
    • Moonfinger
    • Three Poignant Perfumes
    • The Realm Within
    • Downtown
    • Guizhong
    • Zhongli's Treat
    Chapter 1: Act III ~ A New Star Approaches (Unlocked upon reaching Adventure Rank 28)
    • Hurdle
    • Empty Abode
    • Light Guiding Ceremony
    • Calm Before the Storm
    • A Long Shot
    • Ending Note
    • Abyss Mage
    • When the Wind Dies Down
    For more information on how to increase your Adventure Rank, please refer to Onward and Upward (III) trophy_silver.png.

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series III

5 trophies

  • Light up the entire Mondstadt map (excluding the Dragonspine area).

    This trophy will be unlocked once you have activated all Statues of the Seven in Mondstadt (excluding the one in Dragonspine).

    There are four statues you'll need to activate in the following areas to light up a part of Mondstadt's map once you have done so for the first time:
    • Starfell Lake
    • Windrise
    • Windwail Highland (Near Dawn Winery)
    • Brightcrown Mountains (Near Stormterror's Lair)

    In addition to this, you can also increase the level of the Statues of the Seven in this region by giving them Anemoculus' to increase their level and gain rewards, more information on this can be found in Mondstadt: Let the Wind Lead trophy_gold.png.
  • Unlock all Teleport Waypoints in Mondstadt (excludes the Dragonspine area).

    Teleport Waypoints are a mechanism scattered around the world of Teyvat, which allows players to teleport to different areas across the world once they are activated. They are designated by an icon that resembles that of the icons for the Statues of the Seven, except it is smaller and does not have an orb around it.

    Whenever you come across these mechanisms for the first time, they will have a red light, but it will become blue once it is activated for the first time, and not only will you increase your Adventure Rank's EXP, but you will also earn Primogems as an added bonus.

    There are a total of 21 teleport waypoints in Mondstadt, and you will need to activate them all in order to unlock this trophy, but keep in mind that the waypoints in Dragonspine do not count towards this trophy.
  • Upgrade the Statues of The Seven in Mondstadt to their maximum level.

    To upgrade a Statue of the Seven, you will need to interact with it and select Worship Statue, which will take you to another menu that displays the current level of the statue, as well as the required Anemoculus/Geoculus needed to level it up, and the rewards you will get for having it reach that level. You will start out at level 1 across all statues in Mondstadt, and each time you increase your level, the number of Anemoculus' required to level up the Statue(s) will also increase as well.

    The list of Anemoculus that are needed per level, as well as the rewards that will be given for each time you level the statues up, will be found in the list below (Credit to Genshin Impact Wiki for this information):
    • Level 2: 1 Anemoculus; 7 Stamina, 5 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 80 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 3: 2 Anemoculus'; 7 Stamina, 5 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 120 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 4: 4 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 5 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 160 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 5: 6 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 10 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 200 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 6: 7 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 10 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 240 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 7: 8 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 10 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 280 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 8: 10 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 15 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 320 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 9: 12 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 15 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 360 Adventure Rank EXP
    • Level 10: 15 Anemoculus'; 8 Stamina, 15 Anemo Sigils, 10 Primogems, 400 Adventure Rank EXP
    It should be noted that despite it not being required for Mondstadt: Continental Explorer trophy_bronze.png, the Statue of the Seven in Dragonspine will also count towards your progress on it. It's also worth noting that your progress towards this trophy will still be intact even if you go to the other Statues of the Seven within Mondstadt and Dragonspine, since all of them share the same level.

    Additionally, you can also craft an Anemoculus Resonance Stone once your reputation level in Mondstadt reaches level 2. This item, like the Treasure Compass, will allow players to search for Anemoculus' all around Mondstadt, so be sure to use this while going for this trophy. More information about the Reputation system can be found in Mondstadt: Megastar in Mondstadt trophy_silver.png. However, keep in mind that, unlike the Treasure Compass, you can use one Resonance Stone at a time and you will need to craft another one before you locate the next one.

    To create this item on the crafting bench, you will need the following materials:
    • 5x Dandelion Seed
    • 5x Cecilia
    • 1x Crystal Chunk
  • Raise the strange column.

    This trophy will be unlocked upon completing the In The Mountains side quest that Iris gives you in the Adventurer's Camp near Dragonspine in Mondstadt, which will involve the player having to thaw the crystals in order to restore a mysterious column from the sky known simply as the Skyfrost Nail.

    The beginning of this quest will put you to the task of going inside the Dragonspine mountain, where you will see a piece of the Skyfrost Nail on the ground; afterwards, the next step will require you to thaw out the ice three times (one where the Frostbearing Tree is at, one next to the teleporter to the left of Wyrmrest Valley (where you will need to fight against two ruin guards, and then follow the Fire Seelie around and activate the Cryo totems in the order they're going in, which will finally conclude with a fight against a Ruin Grader), and one at the bottom of Starglow Cavern that won't be accessed until you complete a challenge at that same area (which will require you to defeat 14 enemies within 180 seconds in order to remove the barrier around it).

    To remove the ice, you will need to destroy a red stone and grab the Scarlet Quartz that will come from each stone. This will not only reduce the Subzero gauge, but it will also grant you the ability to deal damage to the icicle keeping the pieces of the Skyfrost Nail so you will unfreeze them (along with the Frostbearing Tree). Once it has been thawed out, you will need to head up to the top of the mountain (it's recommended to follow the path given to you whenever you select the aforementioned quest from the quest menu, or by pressing l3.png to activate the recommended path while the quest is active), where you will need to thaw three more icicles out once you make it to the top of the mountain.

    After that's done, you will then need to head to the area where the Peak of Vindagnyr domain is located and open the chest next to the entrance of said domain. Afterwards, head back to the Adventurer's Camp and report to Iris, and not only will you unlock this trophy, but you will also complete the quest and unlock the Skyfrost Nail achievement in-game. You can also unlock an extra achievement by reaching the top of the nail.
  • Reach Reputation Lv. 8 in Mondstadt.

    Introduced in Version 1.1, which was originally released on November 11, 2020, the reputation system is a feature found across Mondstadt, Liyue, Inazuma, and Sumeru that rewards players with new items such as blueprints, food recipes, namecards, and gliders each time you level up your reputation in either region. But keep in mind that your reputation level in any one of the four regions are unique to each other, and as such, you'll need to level them up individually. The person who manages your reputation in Mondstadt is Hertha.

    There are four ways to level up your reputation, and all of them can be found in the list below:
    1. Bounties
    2. Requests
    3. World Exploration
    4. Mondstadt/Liyue Quests
    For the amount of EXP needed to reach each Reputation level, as well as the items you can obtain from them in Mondstadt, please refer to the list below (Credit to the Genshin Impact Wiki for the level values needed to reach each one):
    • Level 1: 0 REXP (Northern Apple Stew recipe)
    • Level 2: 400 REXP (Anemoculus Resonance Stone instructions; Mondstadt Mining Outcrop Search)
    • Level 3: 420 REXP (Wind Catcher diagram)
    • Level 4: 440 REXP (Mondstadt: Hero's Fame namecard and Adventurer's Breakfast Sandwich recipe; Mondstadt Merchant Discounts)
    • Level 5: 460 REXP (NRE (Nutrition Ready-to-Eat) diagram)
    • Level 6: 480 REXP (Anemo Treasure Compass diagram and Portable Waypoint instructions)
    • Level 7: 500 REXP (Mondstadt: Blessing namecard and Moon Pie recipe)
    • Level 8: 520 REXP (Wings of Azure Wind glider)
    As stated in the trophy's description, you will need to have your Reputation level in Mondstadt reach its max level (Level 8) for the first time. You can also use the blueprints/instructions you have earned from Levels 2 and 6 to unlock Mondstadt: Let the Wind Lead trophy_gold.png  and Wind-Chasing Treasure Hunter (III) trophy_bronze.png, respectively.

    Bounties
    When taking on bounties, you will find a list of three bounties you can pick up, but you can only select one at a time before you can select the next time, but keep in mind that you can only do them three times a week across the four currently available regions.

    The list of bounty types, as well as the amount of Reputation EXP (REXP) and Mora you'll get from them, can be found in the list below:
    • Easy Bounties: 60 REXP and 20,000 Mora
    • Medium Bounties: 80 REXP and 25,000 Mora
    • Hard Bounties: 100 REXP and 30,000 Mora
    Once you have selected a bounty, you will be given a report on what you're fighting against, along with its strengths and weaknesses, as well as the location where the enemy in question can be fought at. Once you make it to the designated location, you will have ten minutes to solve clues related to the bounty you're currently taking on with Elemental Sight each time you gather a new clue. These clues can come from specialties or by defeating enemies, and once you have gathered all three clues, you will need to use Elemental Sight again to locate the target boss' whereabouts. Keep their strengths and weaknesses in mind, since these targets will be invulnerable against certain elements such as Pyro, Cryo, Hydro, etc., while some are weak against them.

    Whenever you complete a bounty, you can select the next one you want to do after completing your previous bounty and vice versa. Keep in mind that the amount of bounties you complete per week applies to all regions, so if you have completed all three weekly bounties in Mondstadt, you will need to wait a week before you can do them again in the same region, or in either Liyue, Inazauma, or Sumeru. It's also recommended to do hard bounties to make the process of leveling up the reputation of whichever region you're doing much faster.

    Requests
    In addition to bounties, players can also take on requests from townspeople in either one of the four currently available regions, which involves you giving specific items to the people who make the request. There are three you can do per week and all of them will give you 40 REXP and 20,000 Mora each, but keep in mind that like Bounties, the amount of requests you do per week applies to all regions.

    World Exploration
    Depending on how much you have explored either one of the two regions, you can earn 100 REXP and 20,000 Mora each once you have completed all three tasks involving this step across all four current regions. The tasks in this reputation screen involve exploring up to 60% across the two regions since it goes from 20% all the way up to 60%.

    Mondstadt/Liyue/Inazuma/Sumeru Quests
    Whenever you complete quests that are given to you by townspeople from the four regions, as well as the Archon Quests associated with them, you will be awarded REXP for completing them. It should also be noted that quests you have completed prior to 1.1 will count towards this, while new quests are added from time to time depending on the update.

    Completing a normal quest will grant you 20 REXP, while Archon Quests will grant the player 100 REXP upon completing them.

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series IV

4 trophies

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series V

4 trophies

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series VI

6 trophies

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series VII

7 trophies

 

Secret trophies

DLC: Genshin Impact Trophy: Series VIII

10 trophies

  • Unlock all Teleport Waypoints in the following areas in Sumeru: Avidya Forest, Lokapala Jungle, Ardravi Valley, Ashavan Realm, Vissudha Field, Lost Nursery, and Vanarana.

  • Light up the maps of the following areas in Sumeru: Avidya Forest, Lokapala Jungle, Ardravi Valley, Ashavan Realm, Vissudha Field, Lost Nursery, and Vanarana.

  • Open a total of 100 treasure chests in Avidya Forest, Lokapala Jungle, Ardravi Valley, Ashavan Realm, Vissudha Field, Lost Nursery, and Vanarana.

  • Open a total of 200 treasure chests in Avidya Forest, Lokapala Jungle, Ardravi Valley, Ashavan Realm, Vissudha Field, Lost Nursery, and Vanarana.

  • Open a total of 400 treasure chests in Avidya Forest, Lokapala Jungle, Ardravi Valley, Ashavan Realm, Vissudha Field, Lost Nursery, and Vanarana.

  • Obtain the power of Dendro.

 

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