Sumeru is the fourth region in Genshin Impact and is the location where the Dendro Archon resides. At the end of Chapter II, Act III: Omnipresence Over Mortals, Yae Miko mentions Sumeru and one of their gods who goes by the name Lesser God Kusanali—probably the Dendro Archon, if not some other important figure.

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We already know that Sumeru is Traveler’s next stop, and now with the new leaks surfacing over the internet on Points of Interest in the Sumeru region—we have some new things to talk about. 

In this Genshin Impact guide, we talk about the Sharan tree of the Sumeru region. 

What is Sumeru Region’s Sharan Tree?

As the name suggests, the Sharan tree is a tree that holds great importance in the Sumeru region of Teyvat. The Sharan tree is similar to the Sacred Sakura located at the Grand Narukami Shrine on Narukami Island, Inazuma region. 

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One thing you should keep in mind is that the Sharan tree is a tentative name, and it can change in the final version of the game. 

What You Can Do with Sharan Tree

You can offer Dendro Sigils that you get out in the wild and from opening chests in the Sumeru region to the Sharan tree to get some lucrative rewards similar to what we get from the Sacred Sakura tree. 

How to Level Up the Sharan Tree 

You can level up the Sharan tree by offering Dendro Sigils. Similar to how we level up the Sacred Sakura tree by offering Electro Sigils. 

That’s it for now. Check out our coverage on the Genshin Impact version 2.6 update.

Genshin Impact is a free-to-play gacha-based role-playing game currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Android, and iOS. 

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