Look for Ring that Was Stolen from Taliesin Genshin Impact

The Genshin Impact Look for Ring that Was Stolen from Taliesin quest step happens during the Stolen, By the Rightful Owner quest. Basically, Taliesin’s ring has been stolen, and he wants you to get it back. Seems simple, right? Well, not really; you’ll have to solve an environmental puzzle in order to retrieve the item. So, let’s show you where to find Taliesin’s stolen ring.

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look for ring that was stolen from taliesin genshin impact
Look for Ring that Was Stolen from Taliesin Genshin Impact

Where to Find Ring that Was Stolen from Taliesin in Genshin Impact

To find the ring that was stolen from Taliesin in Genshin Impact, you need to look for it in the area that the game marks for you. Getting there is not a problem; once you pick the Stolen, by the Rightful Owner up from Taliesin, the game will give you a circle on the map and a pillar of yellow light to guide you. It gets tricky once you’re on location and just see a few weasels that scatter as soon as you arrive. Now what? Well, walk over to the nearby tent and read the book. Next, climb onto the rock behind you and wind the clock until it’s about 00:30. Whistle to summon the Golden Weasel Thief and quickly beat it up.

And there you go, that’s how you complete the Look for Ring that Was Stolen from Taliesin step in the Genshin Impact Stolen, by the Rightful Owner quest. The weasel will drop the Brass Ring, which is what Taliesin wants. Report back to him, hand the ring over, and collect your rewards. Easy-peasy, once you know what the catch with the weasels is. That’s all we’ve got for this guide. If you need help with other things in Genshin Impact 2.6, feel free to take a look at some of our other guides. For example, we’ve got articles like Look for Two Keys to Gunpowder Storehouse, Make 3 Special Unmoving Essential Oils, and Genshin Impact 2.6 Hidden Achievements.

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