Genshin Impact players are finally enjoying multiple in-game events as the game\’s release continues to unfurl. With adventurers finally making their ways across the massive map of Teyvat, many are discovering the southwestern quests found in Liyue, like Share Not Your Treasures.
Like most quests in Genshin Impact, this one requires players to assist an NPC with some casual tasks. Unfortunately, though, players can\’t complete Share Not Your Treasures until they manage to track down the missing treasure\’s resting place.
Adventurers will have initiated this mission by reading a \”worn letter\” found near the Guili Assembly (the ruins) in south Guili Plains. Upon arriving at the site, players will be challenged by a Ruin Guard, but once it\’s defeated, the quest can be started by approaching a letter at the center of the room. Players will then have to travel down to the Luhua Pool to light a bonfire and get the quest officially underway. The bonfire can be lit by all Pyro characters, like the clover-loving Klee.
Lighting the bonfire causes more enemies to appear, which when defeated, lead the player to a new set of scribbled notes. After reading the notes, the Traveler is instructed to \”Find the treasure\’s location,\” an act that ultimately concludes the quest.
To find the treasure in question, players will have to venture to a nearby peak, found across the Luhua Pool, just west of Guili Plains. The treasure is buried at the highest peak of Cuijue Slope, and is marked by a shovel that\’s been shoved into the ground. Players should simply approach the shovel and interact with it to finish the Share Not Your Treasure quest. The rewards for this one include 30 Primogems, a hefty sum of Mora and Adventure EXP, 4 Mystic Enhancement Ores, and a Lucky Dog\’s Eagle Feather Artifact.
Unfortunately, the Eagle Feather isn\’t one of the best Artifacts in Genshin Impact, but the Mora, experience, Primogems, and ores, should all come in handy. Not to mention that, if players know where to go, this is an incredibly laidback mission to complete. If players find themselves venturing through Liyue, they may want to pick up some additional quests to knock out on the way.
Pyro-wielder Xiangling resides in Liyue, as do the Guili ruins involved in a notorious quest, so players should have plenty of other activities to take care of in the area. And if traveling in and out of the region, don\’t forget to forage for Wolfhook near Wolvendom, as Razor can\’t be upgraded without the rare fruit.
Genshin Impact is available now on the App Store, Google Play, and PS4.