Genshin Impact: How to solve the Suigetsu Pool relay stone puzzle

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Destiny 2 How To Solve Suigetsu Pool Relay Stone Puzzle Guide

There are many secrets that can be found while you’re exploring Watatsumi Island. There’s one in the Suigetsu Pool area, which actually has a domain that you can unlock. While you’re here, your curiosity might get piqued because of the contraptions. Here’s our Genshin Impact guide to help you solve the Suigetsu Pool relay stone puzzle.

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Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub, as well as our version 2.1 overview.

 

Genshin Impact: Watatsumi Island – How to solve the Suigetsu Pool relay stone puzzle

Let’s assume that you’ve already unlocked the Palace in the Pool domain. That means you’ve also fully drained the water in the lower chamber, and you’ve spotted some relay stones, too. So, what exactly do we need to do for the Suigetsu Pool relay stone puzzle in Genshin Impact?

First, jump down below to the underground corridor. If you make a left, you’ll see the following:

  • four Electro totems (a couple of which are behind gates)
  • a Mysterious Pillar
  • relay arrow devices
  • a gap through a wall that leads to another room
  • a Thunder Bough in the other room

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Here’s what we need to do:

  • Interact with the Mysterious Pillar. It will make an Electro Seelie appear.
  • Follow the Electro Seelie which will fly near the four Electro totems. This denotes the order in which you’d activate the totems with your skills/charged shots.
  • Activating all four totems unlocks the relay arrow devices.
  • You can either use the Thunder Bough/Electrograna buff to make the relay arrow rotate, or hold “E” with Beidou. The idea is to make the relay arrows face the metal gate (they’ll flash if they’re facing the right direction).
  • Doing this correctly opens the metal gate. Inside, you can pick up a relay stone for the puzzle.

Note: There are several Sango Pearl nodes here. Also, if you have the Electrograna buff, you can rotate the Phase Gate to get teleported to a room with an Electroculus behind a Thunder Barrier.

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Next, tag the Electro Seelie so it continues to fly upward. Follow it until you reach the open area (and don’t forget to pick up the other two relay stones as you’re heading out). Start placing these in decent positions that will cause a beam to link the fixed crystals. You can see the image below where I dropped the relay stone while in mid-air to get the beam to connect.

For the third relay stone, place it near the fixed crystal that’s furthest away. Then, grab the Thunder Bough/Electrograna buff near the shore. Position yourself so that you’re also a conduit for the beam.

This will spawn an Exquisite Chest. That’s it, you’ve solved the Suigetsu Pool relay stone puzzle in Genshin Impact.

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Genshin Impact is available via its official website. For more information, check out our guides and features hub.

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