Now that Genshin Impact 2.3 has been released, the game has received the usual abundance of new content. Among the many new things which have been added is a Hangout Event, this time centering around Beidou. Being one of the most renowned seafarers in the world, Beidou will ask you several questions to determine if you have been paying attention to what she and her crew aboard the Crux have been teaching you. Each question will have four different answers you can give, and only one of these will be the correct one. To save you the time and effort you otherwise would have needed to spend to get all of these questions right, our Beidou Quiz Answers A Little Test in Genshin Impact 2.3 guide will provide the correct answers to all three questions.
Beidou Quiz Answers for A Little Test in Genshin Impact
To begin the A Little Test quiz, go to the Crux. It is anchored off the coast of the Guyun Stone Forest, to the southeast. Once you are there, speak with Captain Beidou. She will ask you if you have already finished talking to the crew. Select the “It was a breeze. I’ve got everything down pat.” answer. She will applaud you for being so self-assured, and proceed to ask you her questions.
The first question she will ask you deals with dangers on the sea. “But what is the single biggest danger facing crew members?” The correct answer to this first question is: “Underestimating danger.”
The second question deals with navigational charts. “The supplementary chart has lots of lines in various colors for added reference. What is the purpose of these lines?” The correct answer to this question is: “To mark distances.”
Finally, the third question. This one is the most complicated, and it concerns waterspouts. “How can we reliably predict waterspouts, so we can avoid them?” What you need to answer here is : “The presence of dark clouds and strong winds in opposite directions, plus white vortices in the clouds.”
After you have correctly answered all three questions, Beidou will congratulate you on paying attention and being such a good student.