Gusha Unu Boya and Aba Mosi Dada are the phrases you have to translate for the last day of Hilichurl event in Genshin Impact. It has been an interesting week learning the language of hilichurls. In all honesty, I am not looking forward for more of these. You’ll have to give an item to the first hilichurl and he’ll send you to his perplexed buddy for a fight. Afterwards you’ll be instructed to go to a location at a certain time with a second hilichurl phrase. We’ll help you decipher Gusha Unu Boya and Aba Mosi Dada Hilichurl day 7 event phrases in Genshin Impact.
Gusha Unu Boya Genshin Impact
You’ll have to visit a sleepy hilichurl near Cuijue Slope. He’ll immediately tell you that he requests a Gusha Unu Boya item. Whenever there’s noya it means you have to look for a certain color of an item.. Looking at the event manual you will find out that Gush can mean a vegetable, grasses or fruits. It can also describe disliked things. Scroll down to the Boya entry in the manual. There is a Gusha Boya phrase in there, but you want to look for Unu Boya. It translates to the color yellow. Put together these phrases mean you have to give the little fellow a yellow vegetable or fruit. We gave him a yellow berry.
Aba Mosi Dada time in Genshin Impact Mimi Tomo event
Last step of the last day of the Mimi Tomo event needs you to decipher at which time are you supposed to visit a marked spot on the map. Going into the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian you’ll find out that Aba Mosi Dada is the time from waking until lunch. Translated to the in-game clock you have to visit the marked spot between 6am and noon. Go to the main menu and click on the clock icon. Set the in-game clock somewhere between dawn and noon. If you’re in the marked area you’ll have to defeat the unusual hilichurl within the designated time. Once defeated you’ll be rewarded with a Lantern-Lit Stage: Crescendo furnishing blueprint. Your teapot should be brimming with new items by now.