Iridescence in Papers Genshin Impact Web Event

The Iridescence in Papers Genshin Impact web event is live, and Travelers can take part in it to earn various rewards. These include things like Primogems, Mora, and more. In this guide, we are going to show you how to access the event, how to play it, and the total of things you get from it. It’s all pretty simple, but it doesn’t hurt to come in prepared. So, let’s begin!

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iridescence in papers genshin impact web event
Iridescence in Papers Genshin Impact Web Event

Genshin Impact Web Event Iridescence in Papers Guide

To participate in the Iridescence in Papers Genshin Impact web event, all you have to do is go to this link. Just be sure to use the login credentials of the account logged into Genshin Impact, or else you won’t really be able to get the rewards. The event will last from January 29th to February 7th, 2023. The aim of the game is to complete the paper cutouts of five different “levels.” These are called Decorous Harmon, Myriad of Lights, Crescendo, Blooming of Flowers on Paper, and Age of Flower Hues. Each stage requires fifty pieces of paper to finish, meaning that you’ll need a total of two hundred and fifty pieces of paper total.

So, how do you get more pieces of paper in the Genshin Impact Iridescence in Papers web event? Why, by completing daily challenges, of course. These include stuff like logging into the web event daily, logging into Genshin Impact daily, completing daily commissions, and so on. Nothing too difficult overall; you kinda just have to play the game. If you complete all of the challenges, you’ll earn about fifty pieces of paper a day. The rewards for finishing the whole event add up to a hundred and twenty Primogems, a hundred thousand Mora, eight Mystic Enhancement Ores and twelve Hero’s Wit. Pretty good haul for relatively little effort, I’d say.

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