Genshin Impact 4.2 update brings new puzzles, quests, and characters to the table for the community. One of the quests that players are having trouble with is the “Through The Looking Glass World Quest”. Here, you will have to solve the Glass Plaiting Puzzle to complete it. In this guide, we will share with you all the details on How to Solve Through the Looking Glass Mirror Painting Quest Puzzle in Genshin Impact.
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How to get Through the Looking Glass World Quest and What to do in it?
You will have to first complete the previous world quest “In the Wake of Narcissus“, and after that, you will unlock through the Looking Glass World Quest.
Here in this quest, you will have to head underwater in the ruins and interact with the 6 glass paintings. Complete each puzzle to get the quest itself.
How to Solve Through The Looking Glass Mirror Painting Quest Puzzle in Genshin Impact 4.2
There are a total of 6 Glass Mirror Paintings in the whole puzzle of Genshin Impact 4.2.
First Glass Mirror Painting Location and Solution
Head to East Slops of Mount Automnequi Underground Waypoint. From the location, head to the door and follow the path to get the first painting.
Here, you will have to head inside the first glass and light all the torches. After the red wisp goes inside the sunflower painting, use the purple painting to teleport back.
Second Glass Painting Location and Solution
Teleport to the Tower of Ipsissimus North Underwater Teleport Waypoint. Here, you have to enter the Orthant of Memory Ruin to find the Genshin Impact Second Glass Painting Location.
On the top right, you have to look at the second glass, on the upper level of the ruin. To solve the second glass painting puzzle in Genshin Impact, you have to defeat the rift-hounds and teleport back using the purple painting.
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Third Glass Painting Location and Solution
Teleport to the Tower of Ipssimus South Underwater Teleport Waypoint. On the right, you have the entrance to Orphant of Persona to reach the Third Glass Painting Location.
On the entrance, you will find the Glass Mirror Painting hanging on the left side of the mechanics. Defeat all the Rift-hounds and then make sure that Red Wisp goes to Sunflower Painting to complete the third glass painting puzzle in Genshin Impact.
Fourth Glass Painting Location and Solution
Teleport to the Fort Charybdis Ruins Underground Waypoint, and go to the Orthant of Wish Ruin to Find the Forth Glass Mirror Painting Location.
The painting is just beside the door. In the fourth painting puzzle, you will have to defeat all the Rift-hounds and use the purple painting behind the chest to teleport back.
Fifth Glass Painting Location and Solution
In the same ruin, you have to walk to the door that is beside the 4th Painting, but go down from there. Behind the painting, there is an elevator that you can take to go down, reaching Orthant of Wishes. Here, you will find the Fifth Glass Painting Location.
After you reach the area underneath, you have to go north and down to get the 5th Painting, but it is behind the rocks.
Defeat Rift-hounds and then use the Purple Painting to get back. This will complete the 5th Painting Puzzle for you.
Sixth Glass Painting Puzzle Location and Solution
Finally, you will have to teleport to the Tower Of Ipsissimus Surface Teleport Waypoint. Dive and swim to the Sunken Tower and also the lowest floor. Here, you will find the Sixth Glass Mirror Painting Location.
There will be an entrance, inside the Mechanism itself. Get inside, but after that turn around and swim around the outer ring of the room. The 6th painting will be there.
In the 6th Glass Mirror Painting, you will have to get all the treasure chests. Go to the sunflower purple painting to escape.
Talk to Canolita to Solve Through The Looking Glass Mirror Painting Quest Puzzle in Genshin Impact 4.2. This will also complete the Through The Looking Glass Quest.
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