Where to Find Key Sigils in Genshin Impact (The Still Waters Flow)

Where to Find Key Sigils in Genshin Impact (The Still Waters Flow)

Enkanomiya is a new area introduced to Inazuma in Genshin Impact 2.4, and in order to unlock it, players will need to find two Key Sigils.

Enkanomiya is a new area of Watatsumi introduced to Genshin Impact in the recent 2.4 update, and in order to enter, players need to find 2 Key Sigils to complete the world quest “The Still Waters Flow.” Resting in the depths of Inazuma after it sank long ago, Enkanomiya is said to be the place where the inhabitants of Watatsumi originated from. This area is isolated from the rest of the world in the abyss and sees no sunlight, and it experiences a unique day-night cycle where days are known as Whitenight and night is known as Evernight.

In order to obtain “The Still Waters Flow” world quest in Genshin Impact, players must first complete the Archon quest “Omnipresence Over Mortals” as well as the “Moon-Bathed Deep” world quest series. This quest will become available once players get the Key of the Moon-Bathed Deep from the Heart of Watatsumi, which is required to open the path to Enkanomiya. “The Still Waters Flow ” is the final part of the story before the Enkanomiya area is unlocked.

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To start “The Still Waters Flow,” players must travel to the Sangonomiya Shrine and speak with Tsuyuko, the Shrine Maiden. She’ll ask them to meet her at an altar to the southeast, and players will have to glide down to find her there. Tsuyuko will show them the first Key Sigil and explain that there are a total of five Key Sigils on the island, three of which have already been found. It’s up to the player to find the remaining two and return them to their altars, but fortunately, the locations of both the Key Sigils and altars will be marked on the player’s map.

How To Complete The Still Waters Flow World Quest In Genshin Impact

The awakening of Enkanomiya has activated several altars in Genshin Impact's Watatsumi area.

The first Key Sigil in Genshin Impact’s “The Still Waters Flow” world quest can be found at the Fin of Watatsumi. After teleporting to the northernmost Teleport Waypoint on the island, players can make their way northeast towards the location marked on their map. The Key Sigil is on a small cliff guarded by three Ruin Sentinels, which players can either defeat or dodge before grabbing the Sigil.

The second Key Sigil can be found in the same cave where players completed the Heart of Watatsumi world quest to obtain the Key of the Moon-Bathed Deep. The cave can be easily reached from the Teleport Waypoint in the southeast of the island by gliding down along the west side of the cliffs near the waterfalls and dropping down onto the ledge below. There are three Fatui enemies in the cave that players will have to defeat or run past to get the last Key Sigil.

After retrieving both Key Sigils, Genshin Impact players can return to the two altars that are marked on their map. One is located east of the Sangonomiya Shrine while the other can be found just to the north. At that point, players can return to the Shrine to speak with Tsuyuko and finally unlock the entrance to Enkanomiya. “The Still Waters Flow”’ world quest will be completed once players descend into Enkanomiya and unlock the Teleport Waypoint, earning them 200 EXP, 30 Primogems, 20,000 Mora, and 2 Hero’s Wit to increase their Genshin Impact character’s level.

When players complete The Still Water’s Flow quest in Genshin Impact, the N-Thousand Leagues Under The Sea achievement will be unlocked for them. Once unlocked, players can collect the rewards from the “Achievements” tab in the menu.

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Genshin Impact is available on PC, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, iOS, and Android.

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