Collect Materials To Make Magic Pockets Genshin Impact

Collect Materials To Make Magic Pockets in Genshin Impact is a step in the Soloist Prologue quest. It requires you to collect three materials, and the quest marker takes you straight to them. The issue is that you can just pick these materials up as you would most other ones. Paimon will tell you what you need to do, but you can easily miss it. Here’s how it works.

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collect materials to make magic pockets genshin impact
Collect Materials To Make Magic Pockets Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Materials to Make Magic Pockets

The materials you need to collect to make Magic Pockets in the Genshin Impact Soloist Prologue quest are actually Romaritime Flowers. You can find them in several locations; there’s a cluster of about five or six of them in Romaritime Harbor. Finding them shouldn’t be that big of an issue; you just have to follow the quest marker on the minimap. The problem comes when you actually try to collect the flowers; you can’t just approach and pick them up. Instead, you have to bring out a Hydro character and use a Hydro power on each Romaritime Flower; only then will you be able to grab them. Rinse and repeat until you have enough. I mean, you can collect them all since you’re already there. You won’t need them for this quest step, but they might come in handy later.

So, that’s what you have to do in order to collect materials to make Magic Pockets in Genshin Impact. The quest itself, Soloist Prologue, serves to introduce you to the new area of Fontaine. The first step of it is going to Caravan Ribat, and from there, you’ll go to the new area added in update 4.0. There are several interesting locales it will take you through, as well as new characters that it will introduce you to. Obviously, I’m not going to discuss any of that here because I want you to go in as blind as possible and enjoy the process. Good luck!

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