Yet another in-game event is on the way to Genshin Impact. This time the Lost Riches event will have you tracking down buried treasure and digging up coins. The main NPC for this event will be Ulman, who can be found near Stone Gate in Liyue. He will have a new gadget called the Treasure-Seeking Seelie.
You will also get access toa Treasure Book that will lead you to some Iron Coins, which can then be handed in for rewards through the event shop.
Each day, we will update this section with the locations of the Treasure Areas. Click on the individual guides for the area you need help with.
- Treasure Area 1 – Falcon Coast
- Treasure Area 2 – Lingju Pass
- Treasure Area 3 – Starfell Lake
- Treasure Area 4 – Guili Plains
- Special Treasure – Brightcrown Cayon
- Treasure Area 5 – Cuijue Slope
- Treasure Area 6 – Windrise
- Treasure Area 7 – Mingyun Village
- Treasure Area 8 -Stormterror’s Lair
- Special Treasure – Yaoguang Shoal
Two new areas are added each day, so check back tomorrow for more information.
When does the event start?
The event will begin on January 8, at 10 am server time. It will finish on January 18, at 4 am server time. The event shop will run from the same starting time until January 22 at 4 am, giving you plenty of time to spend those Iron Coins.
Who can take part in the event?
As long as you are above Adventure Rank 20, and have complete the Prologue: Act 1 “The Outlander Who Caught the Wind”, you can take part in the event.
What does the event entail?
The new Treasure-Seeking Seelie will guide you to places where you can find Iron Coins. These will be buried somewhere in the world, so you will need to track them down and dig them up. miYoHo haven’t given us major details yet, but there will almost certainly be some form of threat to face to get these coins.
After completing certain treasure areas, you will unlock special treasure clues. You can then find the special treasure to get Primogems and other rewards. You will also be able to get one commemorative gadget from the event, either the Mini Seelie: Dayflower, Mini Seelie: Rosé, or Mini Seelie: Curcuma. At the moment, we are unsure what the difference is between these items but will be updating this article when the event goes live.