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How To Complete The Dream Of The Vasara Tree In Genshin Impact

One of the new dreams in the Genshin update can be quite confusing. In this guide on How To Complete The Dream Of The Vasara Tree In Genshin Impact we’ll walk you through the process of exploring and completing The Dream of the Vasara Tree so you can complete this dream, return to the normal world, and continue exploring the new update.

The first thing you need to do is to finish off all the enemies in the first area. Once you have defeated all of these enemies you obtain a seed. You will need to find and use multiple seeds as you progress through this area so make sure you keep ahold of them. Once you have the seed explore the nearby tree stump and play the Rhythm of the Gloomy Path. Once you’ve done this you can move on.

How To Complete The Dream Of The Vasara Tree In Genshin Impact

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Once you’ve played the song warp up and jump across to the green vine-like things. There’s more enemies in this area, kill them all and gather another seed. Then you can use a ranged character to attack the floating vines in the sky. This gives you another item. After jumping down, warp back up and take the other path.

Kill the enemies and go through another portal via another magical stump. Once you’re through that portal, attack the mushroom to activate the magical bridges. If you’re confused, check the video above as it provides a more detailed approach to completing the area.

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