How to Collect the Plumes of Purifying Light in Genshin Impact

Sorush collecting a Plume of Light in Genshin Impact.

In Genshin Impact 3.6 there is a new form of collectible that players can find called Plume of Purifying Light. There are 36 Plume of Purifying Light for players to find across Gavireh Lajavard, an area in Girdle of the Sands, Semu. Collecting these collectibles is worth the effort since they unlock special rewards. Learn how to collect the Plumes of Purifying Light in Genshin Impact below.

How to Collect Plumes of Purifying Light

Genshin Impact Sorush.
Sorush Gadget

As you explore the new update area of Genshin Impact 3.6 you will encounter glowing gold orbs. These orbs are Plumes of Purifying Light. If you attempt to collect them using your characters, nothing will happen. Instead you need to get and use the new Gadget called Sorush. Sorush is acquired by completing the World Quest “The Splendorous Sky That Day.” This quest is a part of the “Khvarena of Good and Evil” series.

Once you have Sorush you can equip it and fly it into the Plumes of Purifying Light that you encounter. This starts a mini-game in which you fly around collecting a set of Broken Plumes of Purifying Light using Sorush. Successfully collecting the pieces unlocks a Plume of Purifying Light Precious Item consumable.

What to do with Plumes of Purifying Light

After you’ve collected a Plume of Purifying Light you are probably wondering what to do with it. This consumable item can used at the special Amrita Pool location which is accessible after completing the World Quest, Heart of Amrita. At this location you can give the Plume of Purifying Light to the pool in exchange for rewards including: Mora, Hero’s Wit, and other weapon ascension materials.

There are a total of 36 Plumes of Purifying Light for players to collect as they explore. Collecting 30 and giving them to the Amrita Pool marks the final 6 on your map.

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