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Chests in Genshin Impact are objects that can be found around the world of Teyvat and as rewards for completing certain domains.

Opening chests usually rewards the player with Primogems, Adventure EXP, Sigils, Mora, and a random assortment of Weapons, Artifacts, and Character EXP Materials. There are also Achievements that are granted upon opening a certain number of chests within a region.

Treasure Compass gadgets can be used to search for chests within their respective regions, with some exceptions. (For example, Anemo Treasure Compasses cannot be used within the Dragonspine region.) The blueprints for these gadgets are obtained as a reward for reaching Reputation level 6 in Mondstadt and Liyue and level 9 in Inazuma.

Types of Chests

There are four types of chests: Common, Exquisite, Precious, and Luxurious.

They can reward various items, including Primogem Primogems, Adventure EXP Adventure EXP, Mora Mora, Anemo Sigil Sigils, Character EXP Materials, Weapon Enhancement Materials, Weapons, and Artifacts. For more information, see the Chest Rewards section.

Additionally, some chests are hidden and have to be dug up from the ground. These are marked with either a shovel or some other sign. Treasure Hoarders are also an indicator of a hidden chest. When walking near their location, the option to "Dig" will appear, and then the chest will appear.

Other chests are encased in Dendro Vines, which have to be burned with Pyro to access. Others are encased in rocks, which have to be destroyed (e.g. via Claymore, Geo, or Plunging Attacks) to access.

Crude

  • Can only be found in the Favonius Cathedral's basement, which is exclusively accessible in the quest Venti's New Plan
  • They will drop a small amount of character EXP materials and some Mora. Although it is likely that their drops are affected by adventure rank, the player cannot find them anywhere other than the Cathedral's basement.
  • As of Version 1.3.2 (or earlier), the Crude Chests have been replaced with Common Chests

Common

  • Can be found just about anywhere in Teyvat. Some require the player to defeat monsters near it to unlock the chest.
  • Depending on the area where they are found, these chests can give 2 Primogem, regardless of whether they are protected by a red ring or not. Confirmed locations of common chests giving 2 Primogem include the Stormbearer Mountains, Dragonspine, Inazuma, and Beidou's ship off the coast of Liyue.
  • Spawned upon completing the first run of Dandy's time trials.

Exquisite

  • Are usually locked and are unlocked by fighting nearby monsters or solving puzzles.
  • Spawned upon following Seelie to their gardens.
  • Spawned upon completing certain Time Trial Challenges.
  • Spawned upon completing certain Timed Trials.
  • Spawned upon completing the 2nd run of Dandy's time trials.

Precious

  • Can be found in very well hidden spots throughout the world.
  • May be locked and require defeating enemies to unlock.
  • Spawned upon solving certain puzzles.
  • Spawned upon completing certain Time Trial Challenges.
  • Spawned upon completing certain World Quests.
  • Spawned upon completing the 3rd run of Dandy's time trials.

Luxurious

  • Can be found in very well hidden spots throughout the world.
  • Spawned or unlocked after solving certain puzzles. (increased rewards)
  • Can be found within Shrines of Depths. (increased rewards)
  • Spawned upon completing certain World Quests.

Remarkable

  • Can only be found in Tsurumi Island.
  • Spawned or unlocked after solving certain puzzles.
  • Only rewards furnishing blueprints for the Serenitea Pot; they have no other rewards.

Event

These chests appear exclusively in events, and may have their own pool of rewards.

Chest Rewards

Type Primogem Primogems Adventure EXP Adventure EXP Mora Mora Item Anemo Sigil.png Sigils
Common 0–2 10–20 257–996 1–3
Exquisite 2–5 20–30 756–1,367 3–4
Precious 5–10 30 1433 4–10
Luxurious 10–40 30–60 ? 4–10

Enhancement Materials

All 1★, 2★, and 3★ rarities of Character EXP Materials and Weapon Enhancement Materials, as well as 2★ and 3★ Talent Level-Up Materials, can be obtained from chests.

Type 1★ 2★ 3★
Common 4 1–3 0–2
Exquisite 0 0–3? 0–2
Precious 0 0–1 0–1
Luxurious 0? ? 0–3?

Weapons

The following weapons can randomly drop from chests. 1★ and 2★ weapons can drop from Common and Exquisite Chests, while 3★ weapons require Exquisite rarity or above.

Type Weapons
Swords
Weapon Dull Blade.png1★ — Dull Blade
Weapon Silver Sword.png2★ — Silver Sword
Weapon Cool Steel.png3★ — Cool Steel
Weapon Fillet Blade.png3★ — Fillet Blade
Claymores
Polearms
Weapon Iron Point.png2★ — Iron Point
Weapon Halberd.png3★ — Halberd
Weapon White Tassel.png3★ — White Tassel
Catalysts
Weapon Twin Nephrite.png3★ — Twin Nephrite
Bows
Weapon Hunter's Bow.png1★ — Hunter's Bow
Weapon Messenger.png3★ — Messenger
Weapon Recurve Bow.png3★ — Recurve Bow

Artifacts

The following artifact sets can drop from chests. They will typically be 1★ or 2★ rarity, but may also drop 3★ rarity artifacts at chests of Exquisite rarity or higher.

Item Adventurer's Flower.png1-3★ Set Adventurer
Item Traveling Doctor's Silver Lotus.png1-3★ Set Traveling Doctor
Item Lucky Dog's Clover.png1-3★ Set Lucky Dog
Item Berserker's Rose.png3★ Set Berserker
Item Instructor's Brooch.png3★ Set Instructor
Item Exile's Flower.png3★ Set The Exile

Special Chests

The following notable chests have at least one fixed reward.

Additional Information

  • Chests that can be found in temporary quest locations, such as the Cathedral in Venti's New Plan, or in story Domains are not counted for the Chest opening Achievements.
  • The in-game achievement counters are plagued with bugs since release and shouldn't be taken as an indicator of missing chests. Those numbers are also not representative of how many chests a region actually contains, because even by 1.3 there are dozens of Liyue chests that count towards the Mondstadt chest achievement. You can make two accounts and collect all open-world chests on both of them, only to have 1129/521 on one and 1132/518 on the other without any apparent reason. Dragonspine and all Inazuma islands doesn't seem to be affected by this bug and you can reliably get 234 and 728 chests, respectively.
  • That said, the highest known numbers for those achievements are:
    • 522 for the Mondstadt achievement.[citation needed]
    • 1132 for the Liyue achievement.[citation needed]
    • 234 for the Dragonspine achievement.[1][2][3]
    • 728 for the Inazuma achievements:
      • 355 for the "Lightning-Riding Treasure Hunter (I)" achievement.[citation needed]
      • 204 for the "Lightning-Riding Treasure Hunter (II)" achievement. [citation needed]
      • 169 for the "The Chronicles of the Sea of Fog" achievement. [citation needed]
  • Certain daily commissions will despawn chests. The chests will then spawn back when re-exploring the area.[4]
  • All chests are present in Teyvat the moment the game starts.[5]
  • Certain chests will disappear and reappear on certain days.[6]
  • Some common chests are covered in rock or thorns, which require Heavy attacks (from Claymore hits, Geo attacks or explosive abilities) and Pyro attacks respectively to become accessible.
  • Limited Duration Events can provide chests as quest rewards which also count towards achievement. Examples include:

Discovering Hidden Chests

While many chests are exposed, and can be located through the usage of a Anemo Treasure Compass or Geo Treasure Compass, certain chests will be hidden from the player and must be revealed through various methods.

  • Guiding Seelie
  • Killing monsters
  • Dandy's Time Trials
  • Popping floating Anemo Slimes
  • Popping Bloatty Floatties
  • Standing on specific spots
  • Digging at specific spots
  • Picking up Carrots from the ground in Mondstadt
  • Lighting torches, campfires, etc.
  • Activating Windmill Mechanisms and Elemental Monuments
  • Creating Geo constructs in certain locations and on top of Pressure Plates
  • Destroying piled rock monuments
  • Destroying pillars of rocks in Liyue
  • Using Pyro or Anemo to clear away piles of dirt (leaves)/Dendro elements
  • The 10 large ambers found on Mt. Hulao can all spawn 1 chest each. They appear to spawn randomly, so players must return to the location once the ambers reset.[7]

HoYoLAB Chests

It's possible to track the amount of Chests collected during the game through miHoYo's official forum: HoYoLAB. These are the highest values ​​of each type of chests found until this moment. As of Version 2.2, 2943 unique Chests were released in the game.

Type Luxurious Chest Precious Chest Exquisite Chest Common Chest Remarkable
Amount 114 295 1094 1394 46

It's important to remember that:

  • Chest count in the forum includes all Chests in the game, be they from open world (Teyvat), from World Quests, Domains and Limited Duration Events.
  • The Chests of some domains cannot be collected after the quest that grants access to this domain is completed.
  • There are some profiles with values above 114 Luxurious Chests. This is due to a bug in Bennett's hangout mission, where you can repeat the mission as many times as you like and the counter will count each time you open the Luxurious Chest. (This bug is already fixed and the Luxurious Chest no longer counts in HoYoLAB.)
  • 15 Chests were released in Lantern Rite event in the mission Beneath Splendent Lanterns (3 Luxurious, 9 Precious, 3 Exquisite). These Chests count in achievements and in HoYoLAB. Today these Chests can no longer be obtained.
  • 138 Chests were released in Golden Apple Archipelago during Version 1.6 (6 Luxurious, 10 Precious, 58 Exquisite, 62 Common). These chests counted towards HoYoLAB and today they can no longer be obtained.
  • 24 Chests were released in Labyrinth Warriors event (16 Common, 8 Exquisite). These chest count in HoYoLAB.

Investigation Points

Investigation points can be found throughout villages, Treasure Hoarder encampments, and in other places throughout the world attached to objects such as barrels or abandoned carts.

They drop low value items, including a small amount of Mora Mora and relevant items (for example, barrels often drop Cooking Ingredients, while Treasure Hoarder caches drop low-value Artifacts). Unlike chests, investigation points will respawn, tied to the server reset time.

While not technically chests, these investigation points do trigger the healing effect of the Adventurer Artifact Set, and therefore bear mention here.

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Change History

Released in Version 1.0
Version 2.2

Version 2.1


Version 2.0


Version 1.6


Version 1.5

  • Fixed bugs where some Chests were inaccessible.
  • Added a single Chest in Dragonspine.

Version 1.4

  • Fixed bugs where some Chests didn't appear.

Version 1.3


Version 1.2


Version 1.1


Version 1.0

  • Chests were released.

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