Genshin Impact: Immernachtreich and Twinning Isle Phantasmal Conches

Genshin Impact Phantasmal Conch Locations Guide Immernachtreich Twinning Isle

The Golden Apple Archipelago in version 2.8 of Genshin Impact unlocks new secrets each day. This includes more Phantasmal Conches so you can unlock Fischl’s attire. Speaking of which, there are a couple that can be found in the strange, fantasy domain created by the Prinzessin herself. Here’s our Genshin Impact Phantasmal Conch locations guide to help you find these collectibles in Immernachtreich and Twinning Isle.

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Genshin Impact Phantasmal Conch locations guide – Immernachtreich and Twinning Isle


You’ll stumble upon the Immernachreich Phantasmal Conch in Genshin Impact while progressing through the related quest. Specifically, it’s in the second area (or book).  You should come across a section with a Gaze of the Deep to connect two halves of the ladder. But, if you check the minimap and look back the way you came, you’ll see the Phantasmal Conch on a desk. This one nets you “A Noble’s Resolve.”

Twinning Isle

For the Twinning Isle Phantasmal Conch in Genshin Impact, make sure that you’re done with the entire quest chain. Next, go ahead and glide to the small island to the north of the main landmass. There, you’ll see three Raven Statues surrounding a well. Talk to each one of them, and a prompt to put stones in the well should appear.

Place three types of ores (anything is fine). Once you’re done, the water will rise, allowing you to pick up the collectible to add to your tally. Then, a short scene will play depicting several Fatui discussing something along the shore. This is “Central Camp Image IV.”

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