Genshin Impact guide: All Stone Slate locations on Tsurumi Island

Genshin Impact Tsurumi Island Stone Slate Locations Puzzle Guide

While you’re exploring Tsurumi Island in Genshin Impact, you’ll likely stumble upon many secrets and oddities. These include collecting several tablets to unlock rewards. Here’s our guide to help you with all Tsurumi Island Stone Slate locations in Genshin Impact.

Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub. Likewise, you can complete other secret puzzles in the area such as the Pyro Torches and Star-Shaped Gems/Electro Seelie.


Genshin Impact Tsurumi Island Stone Slate locations guide

There’s a good chance that you’ll find yourself doing the Through the Mists – A Particularly Peculiar Author world quest on Tsurumi Island. A section of that quest takes you deep beneath Shirikoro Peak to look for perch offerings. Once you obtain the third and final feather, you’re going to see a pit that has several creepy-looking tombstones (seen in the image below). All of these tombstones require Stone Slates, but we’ll need to grab them from chests first. Oh, and you’re going to have to complete several puzzles, too.

Likewise, you won’t be able to do anything if you’re only on Day 1 of the world quest. You have to wait for a daily reset. The Day 2 stage of the world quest will net you the Peculiar Pinion gadget, something that will become very important as we look for Tsurumi Island Stone Slates in Genshin Impact.

You can do these puzzles in any order, and you can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

Note: For the Ishine Script symbols, I’ll be using terms that refer to the most common shapes that they resemble (i.e., the Nike swoosh).

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