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How to Farm Mourning Flowers in Genshin Impact

Learn how to farm Mourning Flowers in Genshin Impact for Kaveh's Ascension.

The 3.6 update for Genshin Impact brings a lot of excitement to the loyal fans of this game. One of the main reasons is the introduction of Kaveh, the Sumeru architect. Even though you’ve encountered him before as an NPC, Kaveh now becomes a playable character.

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One of the materials listed as necessary for Kaveh’s Ascension is also the Mourning Flower, a new material that premieres as a Local Specialty of Sumeru. If you’re wondering how to farm Mourning Flowers in Genshin Impact, this is the guide for you.

How to Farm Mourning Flowers in Genshin Impact

Since you will need 168 Mourning Flowers for Kaveh’s Ascension, players are already trying to farm this material and get ready. However, farming Mourning Flowers won’t be possible before the new 3.6 update drops in April 2023. Even though you can farm most of the other materials for Kaveh’s ascension, you will have to wait a bit to lay your hands on Mourning Flowers.

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To farm Mourning Flowers in Genshin Impact, you will need to go to the Realm of Farakhert in the northern desert area of Sumeru and collect them there, but it might take some time as you will need many.

The Mourning Flower grows in three main areas in the Realm of Farakhert:

  • In the canyon to the west of the Temir Mountains
  • In the riverbed around the Asipattravana Swamp
  • To the north of Tunigi Hollow

What Is the Mourning Flower in Genshin Impact?

Mourning Flower was listed as one of the required Ascension Materials for Kaveh in the leaks preceding the official release of the 3.6 update. It is the Local Speciality of the Sumeru region, which is represented by a vivid mix of lush rainforests and arid deserts.

This rather common plant has drooping flowers of beautiful red/pink color, and it is said that they represent fallen heroes who perished in wars from times long gone. The local lore claims they contain the souls of those heroes, tarnished by the war and barred from rebirth, who now lament their cruel destiny. Mourning Flowers grow in locations where great battles took place—hence their name.

Before the new update arrives, you’re better off focusing your farming efforts on other materials from this list for Kaveh’s Ascension:

  1. 9x Nagadus Emerald Chunk
  2. 6x Nagadus Emerald Gemstone
  3. 9x Nagadus Emerald Fragment
  4. 18x Fungal Spore
  5. 36x Crystalline Cyst Dust
  6. 46x Quelled Creeper
  7. 30x Luminescent Pollen
  8. 1x Nagadus Emerald Sliver

Happy farming and don’t forget to check out our list of the latest Genshin Impact codes for free rewards or other useful guides in our Genshin Impact section on TouchTapPlay!

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