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Genshin Impact – Seal the Warding Stones (Seirai Stormchasers)

Genshin Impact - How to Seal the Warding Stones (Seirai Stormchasers)

The Seirai Stormchasers quest leads travelers to one of the new Inazuma islands introduced in Genshin Impact’s 2.0 update: Seirai Island. It’s an island surging with Electro activity, and you’ll need to complete a few quests to get things back to normal. The quest begins with Eiko, an Adventurer on the northern part of the island. It involves some confusing puzzles, so we will show you how to seal the Warding Stones for Genshin Impact’s Seirai Stormchasers questline in this guide.

After collecting the planks, rope, and other materials to repair the Offering Box for Neko, you will learn a bit about how to seal the warding stones. Even so, the explanation is a bit confusing, so you’re probably looking for the solutions. Well, we’ll go through how to seal the warding stones for the Seirai Stormchasers questline in Genshin Impact.

The only clue we get is that the paper on the sticks by the rock’s side must become the same as the paper on the rock itself. “Paper with paper, and rock,” as Neko puts it. In short, each Warding Stone has three paper charms around it that you must touch. Recall the position of each set of paper charms and the number of paper charms on each sword. 

Now, there are also paper charms that hang off each side of the Warding Stone, and you can rotate the upper and bottom half of the stone independently. Your job is to match the total number of charms between the Warding Stone and the swords. Let me explain that in more detail below.

How to Seal the Warding Stones in Genshin Impact

To seal each of the warding stones, you’ll need to touch three paper charm hangars to be able to interact with the Warding Stone. The Warding Stone can be rotated in two sections: top and bottom. Make sure the total number of paper charms on the Warding Stone adds up to the same total number of paper charms on the sword it’s facing. Ensure this is the case for all three swords that the stone is facing, and the seal will open.

It can be a confusing concept to grasp, but all you need to worry about is the total number of charms. Here’s an image I made trying to illustrate how to seal the Warding Stones.

How to Seal the Warding Stones in Genshin Impact

Alternatively, you can keep the top position stationary, and rotate the bottom in all possible directions. If it does not seal the Warding Stone, rotate the top piece one time, and then rotate the bottom stone in all possible directions again. Repeat this process until you seal the Warding Stone. It can take a bit of time, but it will ensure you go through every possible combination and eventually seal it.

Warding Stone #1 Solution

Here is the solution for the first Warding Stone for Seirai Stormchasers.

How to Seal the Warding Stones in Genshin Impact - Warding Stone #1 Solution

Warding Stone #2 Solution

Here is the solution for the second Warding Stone for Seirai Stormchasers.

How to Seal the Warding Stones in Genshin Impact - Warding Stone #2 Solution

Warding Stone #3 Solution

The third Warding Stone is the most difficult. You will need to interact with a series of Electrogranum to get to the proper location. The process is the same, though; just match up the total number of charms on each side of the stone with the total number of charms on the sword.

How to Seal the Warding Stones in Genshin Impact - Warding Stone #3 Solution

Warding Stone #4 Solution

The fourth Warding Stone is also on top of some floating rocks above Amakumo Peak. Follow the same process you did before by interacting with the Electrogranum. You should eventually get to the waypoint after following the series of Electrogranum. Repeat the same steps as before, and you should have no problem sealing the final Warding Stone.

Warding Stone #4 Solution

After sealing the final Warding Stone, you’ll need to make your way to the center of Amakumo Peak and battle the Thunder Manifestation, Raging Thunder of Amakumo Peak. It’s not too bad of a fight, as long as you come with your usual solid team composition.

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