Genshin Impact’s 2.2 update adds many new things including the mystical Tsurumi Island. For the past few thousand years, the island has been inaccessible due to the dense fog that surrounds it. Like the eternal thunderstorms of Seirai Island and Yashiori Island, players will work to make the weather less inclement on Tsurumi Island.
They can do this by clearing some of the fog during the Genshin Impact world quest appropriately named “Through The Mists.” Players must make offerings at perches, which are on trees that look like the Thunder Sakura Boughs on Kannazuka.
Touching a perch scatters three feathers around the area. Players will have to navigate through the fog to retrieve them. Luckily, they glow and are visible on the mini-map. Sometimes, touching them returns them to the tree, but, other times, they will fly in another direction, requiring additional work. The most complicated perch is the one found on Shirikoro Peak. It is a lengthy process with several puzzles to solve to retrieve the feathers. However, there are rewards along the way.
Making an Offering at the Shirikoro Peak Perch in Genshin Impact
When players arrive at the perch at Shirikoro Peak, they can activate it by touching the base of the tree. The feathers will fly out from the tree, but, as the player quickly learns, they are now underwater. Retrieving them involves draining the pool.
Players must guide three nearby Seelies back to their courts. They can use Elemental Sight to more easily find the Seelies. Once all three have been returned to their courts, the water is drained, and the area below the tree is open to explore. Players can pick up an Electroculus on the way down. The feathers are all next to one another in a cave north of the perch.
While one feather does move back to the tree, the others move past spiderwebs deeper into the cave. Inside the cave, players will have to face off against Thundercraven Rifthound Whelps, new enemies that apply corrosion damage that causes the entire party to lose HP over time. They also become stronger when players attack them with electro abilities, though they do become less resistant to it.