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Genshin Impact guide: Enkanomiya Teleport Waypoints world quest

How to find the missing Teleport Waypoints in Enkanomiya, which are part of “Erebos’ Secret” world quest

Zhongli stands near a hidden Teleport Waypoint in Enkanomiya Image: Mihoyo via Polygon

Those exploring all of Genshin Impact’s Enkanomiya might notice that they’re missing three Teleport Waypoints from their achievement list or that their map doesn’t look like ones on interactive map websites. In order to find these extra Teleport Waypoints and islands, you’ll need to complete the world quest series “Erebos’ Secret.” Our Genshin Impact guide explains where to start these quests and how to get to these hidden islands.


Where to start ‘Erebos’ Secret’ world quest series

Zhongli stands in front of a ghost in The Serpent’s Heart Graphic: Julia Lee/Polygon | Image sources: Mihoyo

During Evernight, talk to this floating ghost. This will update your map with all the missing information.

To actually go to the islands, head to the marked pools on the map (the ones surrounded by grass and typically inhabited by a large vishap). You’ll need to glide into the ghostfish bubbles above the pools and let them carry you up into the big purple portals. These will take you to the far-off islands.

Kunado’s Trial is heavily combat focused, and you’ll want to take your strongest party to duke it out with waves of enemies. We recommend using anemo-users like Venti, Sucrose, or Xiao to help break enemy shields quickly.

Yachimatahiko’s Trial involves activating triangle mechanisms and swapping from Evernight to Whitenight, but is generally pretty simple. The annoying part is the nearby Specter enemies who will do nothing but serve as nuisances as you’re flipping the switches.

Yachimatahime’s Trial has you searching for flames again, but they won’t be marked on your map. Instead you have to look into the marked pool of water and it will show you where the flames are and you have to remember their locations. For convenience, we’ve marked where the flames are below.

A map showing where to find four flames in Yachimatahime’s Locus Image: Mihoyo via Polygon