Purple Creature Genshin Impact Locations

Taking pictures of purple creatures in Genshin is the latest step of the Five Flushes of Fortune photo event. As the name clearly implies, it requires you to find and photograph purple-colored monsters. The majority of them are going to be electric types, so be careful not to get electrocuted. In our Purple Creature Genshin Impact Locations guide, we’ll show you where to find some of these monsters.

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Purple Creature Genshin Impact Locations

Where to Find Genshin Impact Purple Creature Locations?

To find purple creature locations in Genshin Impact, there are a number of places that you should look. Most of the Genshin purple monsters are of the electric sort, so you should visit every location that you might know of where they spawn. For example, there are the Electro Slimes, which spawn, among other places, in the southeast of lake Jueyun Karst. Another creature you should take a picture of is the Electro Hypostasis that appears in the south of Cape Oath, in the southeast of Galesong Hill.

Then, of course, there’s the Electro Cicin and the Fatui Electro Cicin Mages, both of which count as separate Genshin purple creatures for the Five Flushes photo event. They can spawn in a number of locations, one of which is in the east of Qiongji Estuary. You can see the exact location in the image below. There are other purple monsters that you can find in the game, and I encourage you to share your favorites in the comments.

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Electro Cicin & Fatui Electro Cicin Mage

So, those are some of the locations of Genshin Impact purple creatures that you can photograph for the Five Flushes of Fortune in-game event. The photo-taking leg of the event is now wrapping up, and the rest of it is just going to be about trading photographs with other players. After that, there’s other stuff to look forward to, but that’s for a different article.

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