Many Genshin Impact players were eager for the brand new set of Inazuma-themed weaponry, but it turns out that they aren't as easy to obtain as players initially expected.
The addition of these five new forgeable weapons provides more weapon options for F2P players. Each weapon type — sword, claymore, polearm, catalyst, and bow — is part of the new Amethyst series.
Although the Amethyst series does not share the same sub-stats and passive skills, they have one thing in common. Every weapon in this series requires Amethyst Lump to forge— which is a type of ore that can only be found in Inazuma.
Where to find blueprints for Inazuma weapon in Genshin Impact?
Blacksmiths can craft this new weaponry from any of the game's regions, just like previously craftable weapons. However, before they can have blacksmiths create the weapons for them, Genshin Impact players must obtain the blueprints for each weapon.
1) Sword - Amenoma Kageuchi
To get the sword's blueprint, Genshin Impact gamers must complete the World Quest "Farmer's Treasure." They can find this quest on Jinren Island after saving Saimon Jirou from bandits and collecting four old stone slates.
This quest is relatively free of any complex puzzles, so players should not face too much difficulty completing it. Furthermore, achieving the end of the task will reward them with Amenoma Kageuchi's blueprint, the "Saimon Heirloom Blade Diagram."
2) Claymore - Katsuragikiri Nagamasa
Genshin Impact users can obtain Katsuragikiri Nagamasa's blueprint by opening a Luxurious Chest that they will find in Tatarasuna.
Unfortunately, Tatarasuna is locked behind a barrier, and players need to complete a World Quest, "Tatara Tales," to dissolve it. They can find this quest by interacting with Toranosuke in Kujou Encampment.
After completing the Tatara Tales quest and destroying the barrier, gamers still have a task to do. The Luxurious Chest is hidden behind a locked gate, so they need to find three keys, "Key to Some Place," to open the gate.
Once the gate is open, players will see a Luxurious Chest on the left side of the room. However, they must beware, as after approaching the chest, three Automatons' enemies will spawn. Therefore, they are recommended to use their best DPS party before going to the room.
3) Polearm - Kitain Cross Spear
Genshin Impact players can obtain the Kitain Cross Spear blueprint by completing World Quest "Orobashi's Legacy" by the NPC Kaji, who they can find on the east side of Fort Fujitou.
The quest itself is relatively long and has a complex puzzle. Users need to repair four Narukami Pillars, and each pillar needs two Quest Items: a Rock Pillar Warding Stone and a Rock Pillar Pearl.
Genshin Impact gamers must note that they will fight Maguu Kenki on the last Narukami Pillar, so they should equip the right party members.
4) Catalyst - Hakushin Ring
Players can find the Hakushin Ring's blueprint by completing the World Quest "Yougou Cleansing," a part of the "Sacred Sakura Cleansing Ritual."
The quest requires them to cleanse five shrines around Narukami Island while defeating bosses at each shrine. It is even longer and harder than the "Orobashi's Legacy" above.
Players need to explore many new places, solve complicated puzzles, and defeat multiple bosses.
Once they complete the Orobashi's Legacy quest, they will get a Quest Item, "Mask of Memories." Gamers must open their inventory and click on the "Use" option of the mask to obtain the catalyst's blueprint.
5) Bow - Hamayumi
Unlike other craftable weapons, there's no assured way to get the Hamayumi diagram. Players will have to visit Takashi in Tatarasuna to open one of the three chests in exchange for Mysterious Conches. If they get lucky, one of the chests will drop the diagram to forge the Hamayumi Bow.
Readers can click here to read a detailed guide on how to get the Hamayumi blueprint/diagram.