Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact 3.2. – How to Get Daka’s Bell

Genshin Impact 3.2 has a variety of new ascension materials that you can collect to level up your characters. One of the resources you can collect is Daka’s Bell, but it cannot be found while scavenging through the lands of Teyvat. There is a special place where you can get Daka’s Bell, and in this guide, we will see how to get it in Genshin Impact.

Genshin Impact 3.2. – How to Get Daka’s Bell

Daka’s Bell is an ascension material that can be used to level up certain characters. Here we will see how to get Daka’s Bell in Genshin Impact 3.2.

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To get Daka’s Bell, you need to unlock the Scaramouche weekly boss. For that, you need to reach Adventure Rank 35 and complete all the Archon Quests leading up to Chapter 3 Act V – Akasha Pulses, the Kalpa Flame Rises. Once you complete all the quests, a new area called the Joururi Workshop will appear. You can find this location south of Sumeru City, in Chinhat Ravine.

You can find the Scaramouche boss inside the domain, and you need to defeat him to get the rewards. Before you enter, you should ensure that your party level reaches 90, since the Scaramouche boss is difficult to beat. There are two phases to the fight, and you will be accompanied by a Neo Akasha Terminal to help you. Once you defeat the boss, a Trounce Blossom will appear in the middle of the arena. Interact with it and use 30 Original Resin to unlock the rewards. You can receive rewards like the Mirror of Mushin, Puppet Strings, and Daka’s Bell.

That’s all there is to know about Daka’s Bell and how to get it in Genshin Impact 3.2. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

Kirthana K
She holds two degrees in media. She can draw, sketch, and is somewhat good at graphics and animation. She can also write, and, the best part, make instant noodles at 1 minute 59 seconds. Currently, she’s exploring the world of Teyvat. Other times she likes to read books, watch anime, and take long walks to the fridge and back.

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