Well, this is the only thing I care about today. The mini-Seelie reward in Genshin Impact‘s latest event has cute little bunny ears, and there are three colors from which to choose. Of course, I’m a simple person with simple needs. So, y’all will probably want to know a bit more about the Lost Riches treasure hunting event than that.

That’s why it’s a good thing that miHoYo posted everything you’ll need to know about the event on the game’s site. The event is already under way, but there should be plenty of time to earn your mini-Seelie. As with previous events, you’ll be collecting an event currency and trading it in to get them. Unlike other events, you won’t be able to buy every single item in the shop. Once you pick one of the Seelies, the other two are no longer available. (So choose well.) You’ll also be able to grab some additional items like Primogems, Hero’s Wit, Mystic Enchantment Ore, and Mora…provided you collect enough Iron Coins to get them all.

So, how do you actually go about getting these coins? Well, it all starts with talking to Ulman in the Stone Gate area. He’ll provide you with a Treasure Book and a Treasure-Seeking Seelie. The book will provide you with information on the general area in which treasure can be found. It’s up to you to pay attention to the Seelie which will begin to shine when you get near treasure. It’s like a game of “Hot and Cold,” the closer you get, the brighter the Seelie shines.

You’ll want to find all the treasure in the areas, as doing so not only provides you with more coins, but also unlocks special clues on how to get additional treasure. Of course, it’s not as simple as just locating and digging up the treasure. Players will also have to complete challenges and miHoYo does want you to do it with other players. So get ready to co-op. There are rewards for completing the challenges in other players’ worlds as well.

QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community. For the past five years she's been a writer at Gamebreaker TV.

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