One May Search Far and Wide Genshin Impact Starting Point

In our One May Search Far and Wide Genshin Impact Starting Point guide, we are going to show you where to find this particular Afterparty Fecund Hamper. The full clue reads: “One may search far and wide, but what they’re looking for may be right by the starting point.” That seems simple, but it can still be a bit hard to locate. So, here’s what you have to do.

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one may search far and wide genshin impact starting point
One May Search Far and Wide Genshin Impact Starting Point

Genshin Impact One May Search Far and Wide, Starting Point Location

The location of this Genshin Impact Fecund Hamper, that talks about how “one may search far and wide” but you actually need to look at the “starting point” is, indeed, near the place you begin this quest. I mean, it says it all on the tin, really. The question is, where exactly is the chest? Well, it’s near the large, wooden staircase. We’ll begin this journey at the gates of Mondstadt, since I assume most of you will be going in order. Head down the road leading south. When you get to the fork, take the right-hand path, leading west. Keep your eye on the left. When you spot the large staircase, head towards the base of it. That’s where the chest is.

And there you have it, that’s where you find the “One May Search Far and Wide, Starting Point” Fecund Hamper in the Afterlife part of the Genshin Impact Fecund Blessings event. It isn’t really hard to find; in fact, I’d venture to say it’s one of the easiest ones on the list. Your rewards from opening this chest are one Appropriately Sweetened landscape accessory, 20k Mora, and two Shivada Jade Fragments. Pretty decent haul, all things considered. Now, with all of the said, some of these chests are pretty difficult to find. If you encounter any other problems, check out our Afterparty Chest Locations Genshin Impact guide. We go through all of the Hampers there.

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