Fragile Bone Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Fragile Bone Shards are a special material that you can use to level up certain characters, and the only clue you get is that they drop from Geovishap Hatchlings. However, the game doesn’t tell you where to find them. So, naturally, people are trying to figure out where to find Geovishap Hatchlings and how to get the Fragile Bone Shards. As it turns out, they only appear in a specific area. We’ll show you exactly where to look for them in our Fragile Bone Genshin Impact guide.

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Fragile Bone Genshin Impact

Where to Find Genshin Impact Fragile Bone Shards – How to Get?

To find and get Fragile Bone Shards in Genshin Impact, you have to find and hunt down Geovishap Hatchlings, and they most commonly appear around Tianqui Valley. That’s the area west of Luhua Pool and northwest of Dunyu Ruins. There’s a teleport waypoint to the east of the lake where you can fast travel to, or just use it as an orientation point if you’re already in the general area. We found two Geovishap Hatchlings right next to said waypoint. There’s also a hill just to the south of that area where you can find a group of them.

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If you’ve never seen a Geovishap Hatchling before, they basically look like a mix of Sonic the Hedgehog and a triceratops. They’re large, bipedal, and very dinosaur-like. Trust me, you’ll know them when you see them. If you want a clearer visual, check out the screenshot below. If you click on the map, you can see which locations you can find them in. Each Hatchling that you defeat drops a couple of Genshin Impact Fragile Bone Shards, and Tianqui Valley is a great place to farm the level up material

And, well, there you have it, that’s how you get Fragile Bone Shards in Genshin Impact. If you need more help with the game, take a gander at some of our other Genshin Impact guides. Among other stuff, we’ve written Old Tastes Die Hard, One Giant Step for Alchemy, and Lingering Malady.

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