Genshin Impact Guides

Genshin Impact Starconch: Where to farm?

Genshin Impact Starconch is an ascension material for a character like Childe, with his rerun banner coming back up in a few weeks lets show you where you should be farming to gather as much Starconch as you can before his rerelease.

To start off you are going to want to head towards Liyue, more specifically it shares the properties of a seashell, so we are taking it towards the coast. You are going to want to locate the Qiongji Estuary, and run alongside the coast.

Taking the teleporter near the topmost part of the beach will make for an easy pass-through, without having to double back,

Here is a guide with the paths you are going to want to take.

Genshin Impact Starconch

The teleporter is located next to the bridge on the upper left-hand side of the picture, you are going to want to run to the right side of the coast and start there.

Then following the numbers running left picking up all the shells you can see. There are also a few Fatui agents along this pathway, which are also ascension materials for Childe, depending on your world level, you can just choose to avoid them, just be careful you don’t agro one by mistake.

Next, you are going to want to cross the Sea of Clouds and head over to the Guyun Stone forest where you are going to want to run alongside the outside of the islands premieres to pick up as many as you can.

Noted that they respawn every 2-3 days, so repeating these multiple times a week can easily stock you up for the Childe rerun banner set to launch in early April after the Venti rerun.

These coasts are currently the only known spots to farm massive amounts of Genshin Impact Starconch, and there are quite a few dangerous enemies in these paths, so keep your eyes peeled so you don’t end up aggroing 4 ruin hunters and wiping out your party whilst you are exploring and farming.

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