Genshin Impact Windblume Festival Invitation Of Windblume Ballads Of Breeze Festive Challenge Guide

Genshin Impact: Windblume Festival — Ballads of Breeze Festive Challenge guide

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Play a song, master the rhythm, and earn your rewards in another mini-game. Here’s our guide to help you with the Ballads of Breeze, one of the Festive Challenges in Genshin Impact‘s Windblume Festival/Invitation of Windblume.

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Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub. You may also take a look at our version 1.4 overview and our main page for the Windblume Festival premier event.

 

Genshin Impact: Windblume Festival – Ballads of Breeze Festive Challenge guide

Like the Bullseye Balloons and Floral Freefall mini-games, Ballads of Breeze gets unlocked once you talk to Lizzie who’s just outside Mondstadt. The difference here is that you don’t need to go to a new location just to find the challenge marker. Indeed, you can start the Ballads of Breeze mini-game wherever you are on Genshin Impact‘s overworld map.

Anyway, you can check the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

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