How to Invite Companions to Serenitea Pot Genshin Impact

The question of how to invite companions to Serenitea Pot in Genshin Impact has been a burning topic among the player base ever since the 1.6 summer update dropped. As you might have gathered by now, the game now lets you bring companions into your realm and kinda live with you. I mean, they really just sorta stand there and you can talk to them if you want to. Still, it’s a neat option. However, they don’t tell you how the system works. Well, if they won’t, we will in this guide.

how to invite companions to serenitea pot genshin impact
How to Invite Companions to Serenitea Pot Genshin Impact

How to Invite Genshin Impact Companions to Serenitea Pot

To invite companions to your Genshin Impact Serenitea Pot, the first order of business is to get the Realm Dispatch. You can learn more about that in our Genshin Impact Realm Dispatch guide, but it’s pretty simple. As soon as you start Update 1.6, you should get the Idle Teapot Talk quest. All you need to do to complete this quest is go into your teapot and talk to Tubby. He’ll give you an in-game explanation about how the system works in the lore, and grant you the Realm Dispatch. Without it, you can’t bring companions in.

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Once you have the Dispatch, you just need to enter the Placement menu in your Serenitea Pot. In other words, you need to click the hand icon at the top of the screen. When you find yourself in the Placement menu, click on “Companion” at the bottom of the screen. Select a companion, and place them wherever you want. That’s how to Invite Companions to the Serenitea Pot in Genshin Impact. You can place them indoors or outdoors, and even talk to them in the privacy of your pocket dimension mansion.

That’s all there is to it, really. If you need anything else when it comes to the 1.6 summer update, we’ve got a bunch of other guides for you to check out, like Genshin Impact 1.6 Hidden Achievements and Waverider – How to Stop Sailing & Leave the Boat. I think you’ll find them useful.

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