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Genshin Impact: Orobashi’s Legacy puzzles and quest chain guide

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Orobashi’s Legacy is a quest chain that you can start once you’ve reached Inazuma’s Yashiori Island (it’s the southwesternmost island in the region). This destination happens to have deadly weather owing to the constant thunderstorms. Your goal here is to solve several puzzles involving energy pillars, thereby allowing you to “fix” the weather. It also has a unique 4-star weapon recipe as a reward. Here’s our Genshin Impact guide to help you complete the Orobashi’s Legacy puzzles and quest chain.

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Genshin Impact Orobashi’s Legacy puzzles and quest chain guide

So, how exactly do you start the Orobashi’s Legacy quest chain in Genshin Impact? Well, first, you’ll want to unlock the Statue of the Seven in Yashiori Island. Then, make your way northeast to Fort Fujitou. Near the cliffside, you’ll find an NPC named Kaji (seen in the image below). This is basically the prologue of the entire quest chain and subsequent parts will require you to complete puzzles.

In any case, you can refer to the pages below for the sections that you need help with:

Note 1: Part IV of the quest basically tasks you with talking to Kaji again (which is why I didn’t include a separate page for it). Kaji will be hanging out near Fort Mumei.

Note 2: Solving the puzzle in Jakotsu Mine will make the thunderstorms in the area cease. This lets you light the torches on fire to unlock the Formation Estate domain.

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