Floating Hydro Fungus Locations Genshin Impact

Don’t know where to find Floating Hydro Fungus in Genshin Impact? The Genshin Impact 3.0 update has just arrived, and the adventure continues in the mystical region of Sumeru. The new update comes with the new Dendro element. And currently, we have two playable Dendro characters, a Forest Watcher named Tighnari, and Collei, who is a trainee ranger from Avidya Forest. Travellers will want to ascend these characters as soon as possible. Thus, you will need to collect appropriate character ascension materials. For Tighnari, asides from Nilotpala Lotus, one of the key new materials is Crystalline Cyst Dust. In this guide, you will learn how to farm Crystalline Cyst Dust, including the all Floating Hydro Fungus locations map in Genshin Impact.

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Floating Hydro Fungus Locations Genshin Impact
How to Farm Crystalline Cyst Dust in Genshin Impact?

Where to find Floating Hydro Fungus in Genshin Impact

In order to ascend Tighnari, our very first Dendro character, you’ll need quite a few resources and ascension materials. To ascend all six levels, you’ll need 420 000 Mora, 36 Crystalline Cyst Dust, 30 Luminescent Pollen, 18 Fungal Spores, 6 Nagadus Emerald Gemstone, 9 Nagadus Emerald Chunk, 9 Nagadus Emerald Fragment, and 168 Nilotpala Lotus. Obviously, Nilotpala Lotus. When it comes to Nilotpala Lotus, which is one of the most important materials, we’ve covered how to farm it in our separate guide.

However, you’ll also need 36 Crystalline Cyst Dust units, and these are dropped by Floating Hydro Fungus. They can be found in the Underground Mines of the Chasm region. For the purpose of farming Crystalline Cyst Dust, you will need to find level 60 Floating Hydro Fungi. These are harder to beat but they will provide you with the necessary ascension material. Once the update goes live, we will make sure to add a new map with all the specific locations where you can find Floating Hydro Fungi.

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