Genshin Impact Inazuma Archon Quest Guide Act I The Immovable God And The Eternal Euthymia

Now that Genshin Impact‘s version 2.0 update is live, it’s time for the Traveler to head to Inazuma. Here, you’ll undertake what can only be considered as one of the longest Archon Quests in the entire game (it could take you over an hour to finish it). Here’s our Genshin Impact guide to help you with the Inazuma Archon Quest, “Chapter II: Act I – The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia.”

Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub, as well as our overview for the version 2.0 update.

 

Genshin Impact: Inazuma Archon Quest guide – “Chapter II: Act I – The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia”

To start “The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia” Archon Quest in Genshin Impact, you’ll need to reach Adventure Rank 30. Likewise, you have to finish “Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves” (the Inazuma Archon Quest prologue which introduced Kazuha). If you meet these requirements, talk to Katheryne in Liyue Harbor. One of Beidou’s crewmen will tell you to go to The Alcor, the ship that’ll take you to Inazuma.

Fast travel to Guyun Stone Forest and glide across the water to reach the ship. Once you reach the marker, a cinematic will play to show your voyage with Beidou, Kazuha, and co.

From this point onwards, you’ll have to do several tasks to finish the quest chain. All locations tend to be marked, so the steps are fairly straightforward. Still, it can be a little time-consuming. You can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

Note: You can still travel back to Mondstadt/Liyue by scrolling up on the map since Inazuma is further south.

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