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Genshin Impact: How To Get Desert Pavilion Chronicle Artifact?

Here is where you can find Desert Pavilion Chronicle, the new artifact added to Genshin Impact 3.3 update.
Genshin Impact: How To Get Desert Pavilion Chronicle Artifact?

Genshin Impact 3.3 update has brought brand new characters, weapons, quests, and much more. In addition to this, two new artifact sets called Desert Pavilion Chronicle, and Flower of Paradise Lost have also been released. Among these, the Desert Pavilion Chronicle artifact set is recommended for Wanderer, and its 2-piece Set will increase Anemo DMG Bonus.

On the other hand, the 4-Piece Set will increase the equipping character's Normal Attack SPD by 10% when Charged Attacks hit opponents, while Normal, Charged, and Plunging Attack DMG will increase by 40% for 15s. If you want to get the Desert Pavilion Chronicle artifact, here's how to do it.

How to Get Desert Pavilion Chronicle Artifact in Genshin Impact

You can get the Desert Pavilion Chronicle set by completing the new Domain of Blessing: City of Gold that can be found in the Desert area of Sumeru. You can find its location marked on the map in the image below.

Domain of Blessing: City of Gold location in Genshin Impact.
Domain of Blessing: City of Gold location in Genshin Impact. (Picture: HoYoverse/Rabia)

You will have to complete the domain multiple times to get the 4-Piece Desert Pavilion Chronicle artifact set which means you should get prepared for the grind and also collect enough Resin for the same. 

Genshin Impact 3.3 update has added two new artifacts.
Genshin Impact 3.3 update has added two new artifacts. (Picture: HoYoverse)

In addition to this, the Flower of Paradise Lost artifact set can also be found in the City of Gold domain, and its 2-Piece Set will increase Elemental Mastery. On the other hand, its 4-Piece Set will increase equipping character's Bloom, Hyperbloom, and Burgeon reaction DMG will increase by 40%.

Additionally, after the equipping character triggers Bloom, Hyperbloom, or Burgeon, they will gain another 25% bonus to the effect mentioned prior. Each stack of this lasts 10s. Max 4 stacks simultaneously. This effect can only be triggered once per second. The character who equips this can still trigger its effects when not on the field.