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Amakumo Peak (Japanese: 天雲峠 Amakumo-touge) is a location in Seirai Island, Inazuma.

Long ago, Kanna Kapatcir was slain here, while the power of its lingering hatred and regret was suppressed by wards maintained by the Asase Shrine. During the Seirai Rebellion around 500 years ago, Asase Hibiki unsealed the wards, causing the Thunder Manifestation to appear and devastate the area with a massive Electro storm.

Notable Features


Points of Interest

The Summit

The fragmented summit of Amakumo Peak is now home to the Thunder Manifestation. This area is unlocked and navigated as part of Seirai Stormchasers: Part IV.

The Lake

The lake at the base of Amakumo Peak is filled with Electro Water and the surrounding area is roamed by many Ruin Sentinels. However, by solving the Light-Up Tile Puzzle, a mechanism is unlocked that drains the water from the area and nullifies its Electro effect. After being drained, ruins leading to an underground settlement are revealed.

Underground Settlement


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At the center of the shoreline of the lake lies a Light-Up Tile Puzzle (see image for solution). Solving the puzzle spawns an Exquisite Chest and the mechanism to the right unlocks. The clues for which tiles to light up are scattered across three areas on the island, with the position of the fire brazier acting as the anchor to match the position of the tiles in the clues with the position in the main puzzle. Activating the mechanism drains the lake, revealing an Electroculus and the opening to a cavern below and three Ruin Sentinels.

Inside the first level of the cavern houses another locked mechanism. Descending into the cavern spawns a locked Exquisite Chest and two more Ruin Sentinels. Defeating these Sentinels unlocks the chest and the mechanism. Activating this mechanism drains the water inside and reveals the second level of the cavern, an expansive maze-like ruin.

Video Guides

How to Unlock Amakumo Peak

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Amakumo Peak
Chinese reading of Japanese name
Japanese 天雲峠
Heavenly Cloud Pass
Korean 아마쿠모 마루
Amakumo Sanmaru
Amakumo Peak
Spanish Cumbre Amakumo Amakumo Peak
French Pic Amakumo Amakumo Peak
Russian Пик Амакумо
Pik Amakumo
Amakumo Peak
Thai Amakumo Peak
Vietnamese Đỉnh Amakumo Amakumo Peak
German Amakumo-Gipfel Amakumo Peak
Indonesian Amakumo Peak
Portuguese Monte Tenkumo Mount Tenkumo

Change History

Released in Version 2.1