Genshin Impact has introduced tons of new world quests in Enkanomiya in the version 2.4 update. The world quest Antigonus is just one of the many quests players can undertake in Enkanomiya. On January 5, the 2.4 update brought Antigonus World Quest to Genshin Impact. This quest is part of the overall collection of Dragons and Snakes World Quest. Genshin Impact gives the book ‘Before Sun and Moon’ as a reward for completing the Antigonus World Quest.
This quest is easy but the players need perfect directions to locate the places, fight the enemy, collect the books, Meet antei & more. Our guide below will walk you through every minute detail.
How to complete the Genshin Impact Antigonus world quest
Get into the quest by jumping down the cliff on the southwest side of Dainichi Mikoshi. Make sure that Evernight is set in the player’s daylight settings. Two ghosts will appear in a cave over the cliff. Talk to one of the ghosts to begin the Antigonus Quest. After taking the quest from the ghost, speak to the ghost (Oogura) standing next to him.
Hunt for Antei
To get to the floating island, go to the southwest corner of The Serpent’s Heart. There, the player can find Antei. In case the player is unable to locate Antei, use the teleport waypoint & turn north to meet Antei.
Defeat the Ruin Guard
When Antei appears, the player is told to look for the Ruin Guard’s core & then look for an abandoned Ruin Guard. All you need to do is follow the arrows for correct locations. This Ruin Guard must be eliminated. Upon defeating the Ruin Guard, the player can gather the Before Sun and Moon book now. Pick it up and continue.
Return to Antei
Take the book back to Antei and deliver it to him. With this, Antigonus’ world quest ends. For the global quest Collection of Dragons and Snakes, the player can now hand in the Before Sun and Moon book. Upon completion of the quest, the player will earn 40 Primogems & a few other goodies.
The World Quest Antigonus ends now. Players are now one step away from the Collection of Dragons & Snakes quest.