Genshin Impact Seirai Stormchasers Guide How To Stop Lightning Stop Storm Seirai Island

Genshin Impact: How to stop the storm on Seirai Island

It's a talking cat!

Seirai Island is one of the new locations that you can visit in Genshin Impact as part of the version 2.1 update. While this place is filled with lots of Amakumo Fruit for the Raiden Shogun, it can also spell your doom. Constant and unceasing thunderstorms plague the region, and lightning will probably strike your characters dead. But, there’s a way to keep the skies clear. Here’s our Genshin Impact guide series to help you with the Seirai Stormchasers quest, a means of getting rid of the lightning and storms on Seirai Island.

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Genshin Impact: Seirai Stormchasers quest guide – Clearing the lightning storm on Seirai Island

The Seirai Stormchasers quest in Genshin Impact has multiple stages, including several puzzles and a boss fight. Oh, and you also get to meet some cute cats. You can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

Note: To gain access to the Seirai Stormchasers quest, you’ll first need to reach Adventure Rank 30 and complete Act I of the Inazuma Archon quest. When you talk to Katherine in the Adventurer’s Guild, she’ll tell you that some peeps are looking for help on Seirai Island. The zone itself is southeast of Kannazuka. You can use the Waverider spawn point near one of the Kamuijima Cannons that you used during Tatara Tales. Sail it to Seirai Island and marvel at the visuals.

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