Fragments of Innocence Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Fragments of Innocence are a new material that you can obtain from the event shop, and people are wondering how to use them. The game does tell you that it has something to do with the Dodoco Tales book and refining, but that might cause even more confusion for Travelers. After all, that’s not how refining works with any other weapon. Well, that’s why we’ve put together our Fragments of Innocence Genshin Impact guide to show you how to use them and how to get them.

fragments of innocence genshin impact
Fragments of Innocence Genshin Impact

How to Use Fragments of Innocence in Genshin Impact

You use the Genshin Impact Fragments of Innocence to refine the Dodoco Tales book, which, as it turns out, is a weapon (a four-star Catalyst, to be exact). So, once you have the Dodoco Tales and Fragments of Innocence, open your inventory. Click on the book, and then click on details in the bottom right corner. In the new menu, click on Refine in the top left. The next step is to click on the little gray icon under Identical Weapon Materials. Click on the Fragments of Innocence in the top left, and, lastly, click on the Refine icon in the bottom right. Boom, you know have a Rank 2 Dodoco Tales book. You can repeat the process four more times until you reach Rank 5.

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So, that’s how you use the Fragments – you refine Dodoco Tales with it. As for how to get Genshin Impact Fragments of Innocence, that’s pretty easy. You just have to buy them in the event shop. Click on the “Mini Harpastum” tab in the upper left, and they’ll be right there, near the top of the list. They cost 500 Mini Harpastum each, meaning that you’ll need 2,000 to get the book up to maximum Rank. The Dodoco Tales book costs 800 Mini Harpastum, by the way, so that’s 2800 for the whole lot. There’s a bunch of other stuff in the store, but if you’re looking to really use Klee, definitely go for the Fragments of Innocence and the book.

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