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The returned ability to wish for Albedo and Eula is not the only thing you need to look out for with the version 2.3 update of Genshin Impact. With this update, there is also a new domain released for you to explore: the Slumbering Court domain!

If it’s been a while since you started wondering how to unlock the Inazuma domain and make it visible on your map, then you’ve come to the right place. Here is exactly how to unlock the Slumbering Court Domain in Genshin Impact’s version 2.3 update.

Where to Find the Slumbering Court Domain in Genshin Impact?

Yes, we’ll get to finding out exactly how you’re supposed to reach the Slumbering Court, but there are some preliminary requirements you need to complete before you can set out on that journey:

  • Get to Adventure Rank Level 30.
  • Complete Archon Quest Chapter 2, Part 1: The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia.
  • To have an easier time navigating, finish the Serirai Stormchasers Quest to clear the area of thunderstorms.

The Slumbering Court Domain can be found in Inazuma, on Seirai Island, directly north of Amakumo Peak, and northeast of Koseki Village.

To reach there, first fast travel to the closest waypoint and head east around the cliffs along the beachside until you reach next to a broken wall. From here, follow the path upwards a slope until you see the red Time Trial challenge marker on your left, which is next to an Electrogranum.

From here, it’s simple: there should be a noticeable gap as you look back towards the path. Head down here and you will find the Slumbering Court Domain to your right!

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