With the commencement of Genshin Impact’s Moonlight Merriment event, the community is busy doing a medley of activities offered by the new event to earn rewards, and of course, to quench their thirst for new content. There are three different sections under the Moonlight Merriment event. Among them, the most fun section is none other than the Moonlight Seeker.

In the Moonlight Seeker section of Genshin Impact’s Moonlight Merriment event, players have to find and collect a given number of Moonchase Charms and Mystmoon Chests to earn rewards, including the Luxurious Sea-Lord Claymore.

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The Moonlight Seeker offers three different parts. The first one is called Path of Stalwart, in which players have to collect 30 Moonchase Charms. In this Genshin Impact guide, we will share the location of all 30 Moonchase Charms to help you with your collection progress.

Path of Stalwart Stone: All 30 Moonchase Charms Location

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As we mentioned earlier, in the Moonlight Seeker first part, Path of Stalwart Stone, players have to collect thirty Moonchase Charm. Luckily, players are given a search area that is surrounded by Mt Hulao, Mt Aocang, Qingyun Peak, and Nantianmen.

Image Via GameWith’s Genshin Impact Interactive Map

The first seventeen Moonchase Charms are found in the Huaguang Stone Forest area.

Image Via GameWith’s Genshin Impact Interactive Map

The remaining thirteen Moonchase Charms are located in the area surrounded by Mt Hulao, Qingyun Peak, and Nantianmen.

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

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