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Where to find ‘Basically Purple Teyvat Product’ in Genshin Impact

Snap photos for the “Graph Adversarial Technology Experiment Log” event

A purple Naku Weed and Sakura Blooms circle the Narukami Shrine in Genshin Impact. Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon
Julia Lee (she/her) is a guides producer, writing guides for games like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Genshin Impact. She helped launch the Rift Herald in 2016.

Genshin Impact’s photography event, “Graph Adversarial Technology Experiment Log,” is a short-running challenge where you’ll have to photograph different things to collect color samples. Day 5 of the event has you focusing on “basically purple Teyvat product” for your photography subjects.

Once you have one of each color sample (blue, brown, yellow, red, and purple), you can submit your photos to Lepine-Pauline in Fontaine for rewards. However, the subject matter that you can photograph changes each day, and you only have 10 film to use per day.

Once the day ends at 4 a.m. EDT, the subject matter will change and you will not be able to go back and take photos of old subjects.

Below, we explain where to find the subjects for day 5 (basically purple Teyvat product) of the Genshin Impact “Graph Adversarial Technology Experiment Log” event.

Where to find ‘basically purple Teyvat product’ in Genshin Impact

“Basically purple Teyvat product” means any purple resource you can find in the wild. This includes Wolfhooks, Violetgrass, Sakura Blooms, Onikabuto, Crystal Marrow, Lavender Melons, Naku Weeds, Viparyas, and Rukkhashava Mushrooms. (And this isn’t even a complete list.)

That said, you can take pictures of loads of Wolfhooks around Wolvendom.

A map of the western area of Mondstadt in Genshin Impact Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon

You can also take pictures of Onikabuto and Sakura Blooms around the Grand Narukami Shrine.

A map of the northern island in Inazuma in Genshin Impact. Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon

If you still need a place to grab more photos, Amakumo Peak has lots of Naku Weeds.

A map of a southern Inazuma Island in Genshin Impact Image: Hoyoverse via Polygon

How to get more sample colors in the ‘Graph Adversarial Technology Experiment Log’ event

Unfortunately, it appears to be random. Though we did get a ton of purple samples from taking photos of the purple products, we got at least enough samples of the other colors to be able to turn in the samples once for rewards.

The other way to get color samples quickly is have friends give you their extras — though you should send your friends your extras too, as a courtesy!

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