Genshin Impact: How to Unlock and Complete the Storytelling Method Quest
Genshin Impact players are always on the lookout for hidden quests and achievements for primogems. And while the game is ways away in the aquatic region in Fontaine, there are still hidden quests in other regions. One of the harder ones to come across is the 'Unlocking the Storytelling Method' Quest. Not because it's hidden well, but because it's hidden very well. To get this quest, players need to complete a series of Daily Commissions first, all of which are random. Here's a detailed guide to help players unlock and complete the Storytelling Method quest.
Unlocking the Storytelling Method Quest
Unlocking the Storytelling Method quest begins with a series of Daily Commissions in Inazuma. Players need to complete two specific commissions, "This Novel... Seems Familiar?" and "This Novel... Seems Problematic?". However, accessing these commissions requires prior completion of the "Is This Novel Amazing?" commission.
During the "Is This Novel Amazing?" commission, players must navigate the delicate dynamics between two NPCs, Shigeru and Junkichi. The choice made during this commission branches into two paths, leading to different outcomes:
Choosing "Actually, Junkichi's idea isn't bad..." unlocks "This Novel... Seems Problematic?"
Choosing "Actually, Shigeru sounds more reasonable..." unlocks "This Novel... Seems Familiar?"
While opinions within the Genshin Impact community vary, a popular and efficient route to unlocking the Storytelling Method seems to be completing the "This Novel... Seems Familiar" commission. This involves revisiting Shigeru and Junkichi, collecting three books, and presenting Junkichi with the correct light novel – the Literature Club.
Storytelling Method Quest Quest Walkthrough
Once you unlock the Storytelling Method quest, players start their 'Main Character Arc' in Junkichi's story. Junkichi, struggling with his writing, recruits the player to act as the main character in his story, centered around a ninja. The quest unfolds in a special domain, where players must follow instructions given by Junkichi, including avoiding guards silently and executing plunging attacks to break the ground.
After defeating the enemies, players are tasked with collecting hidden intel behind a tree. Completing the domain and reporting back to Junkichi concludes the Storytelling Method quest, rewarding players with the 'Well, At Least It Ended' achievement and 5 Primogems.