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Key Sigils are items found in Enkanomiya. There are a total of five types and each one of them can release matching seals found throughout the map. Releasing these seals can reward the player with Chests or advance certain World Quests.

When a Key Sigil is within close proximity of a player, an icon will appear on their minimap along with a sound effect, similar to the oculi. The seals can sometimes be obscured by a Sunfire Phantasm, switch between Whitenight and Evernight to uncover the seals.

59 Key Sigils can be found throughout Enkanomiya. When they are all collected, the player will be granted the Wonders of the World achievement "One Key for Each Lock." Two Key Sigils are obtained during the The Still Water's Flow world quest, but these do not count towards the achievement.

Locations

See the Teyvat Interactive Map for the locations of Key Sigils.

Tutorial

Tutorial Key Sigil.pngThe images known as Key Sigils originate from Enkanomiya, and there are a total of five of them. Just as one key fits one lock, each one of them can release the seal with a matching image. Collect them and use them well!

Types

Types are ordered by the order they appear in the Inventory.

Name Description Locations
Item Key Sigil 4.png
Type 1
A sigil passed down through Watatsumi Island and Enkanomiya. Such pictures are used in unlocking, and are thus named "Key Sigils." Locations
Item Key Sigil 3.png
Type 2
A Key Sigil passed down through Watatsumi Island and Enkanomiya. It was made by disassembling the emblems of the once-upon-a-time people of Byakuyakoku. Locations
Item Key Sigil 2.png
Type 3
A sigil passed down through Watatsumi Island and Enkanomiya. Each of the five Key Sigils is unique in its structure. Locations
Item Key Sigil 5.png
Type 4
A Key Sigil passed down through Watatsumi Island and Enkanomiya. When people left the ocean depths, they combined various Key Sigils to create the Sangonomiya house emblem. Locations
Item Key Sigil 1.png
Type 5
A sigil passed down through Watatsumi Island and Enkanomiya. It conceals some secret. Locations

Gallery

Video Guides

All Key Sigil Locations

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Key Sigil
Chinese
(Simplified)
键纹
Jiàn wén
Key Pattern
Chinese
(Traditional)
鍵紋
Jiàn wén
Japanese 鍵紋
Korean 건문
Geonmun
Key Sigil
Spanish Llave con patrónKey with Pattern
French Sigil-cléKey-Sigil
Russian Знак-ключ
Znak-klyuch
Thai Key Sigil
Vietnamese Ấn Khóa
German SchlüsselmusterKey Pattern
Indonesian Sigil KunciKey Sigil
Portuguese Padrão de Chave

Change History

Released in Version 2.4

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