How to Restore power to the left arm in Genshin Impact

First the right arm, and now the left.

The Dune-Entombed Fecundity: Part II is a Genshin Impact World Quest in The Dirge of Bilqis quest chain, which starts by exploring the giant Ruin Golem northeast of the Desert of Hadramaveth. After you managed to power up its right arm, you need to power up its right.

The puzzle is fairly simple: you must find two Energy Blocks and use them to activate two cylindrical machines. If you're stuck in this part of the quest, follow the walkthrough below to complete the objective.

How to Restore power to the left arm in Dune-Entombed Fecundity: Part II – Genshin Impact

Exit the control center and pay attention to the mini-map. Head west to find an Energy Block on the bridge. Pick it up, then keep going forward until you enter a small compartment with a cylindrical machine inside. Interact with the cylinder to Place the Energy Block, powering it up.

Related: Genshin Impact “The Falcon’s Hunt” World Quest guide

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Exit the small compartment and look to its left, where you'll find a little Energy Block that's easy to miss. Pick it up to proceed.

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Next, go in the opposite direction from the control center—pay attention to the mini-map and head east. Cross the bridge to find another small compartment with a cylinder-shaped machine. Interact with it to Place the Energy Block, powering it up and completing the objective.

For more desert guides, check out our Genshin Impact Rejoice With Me, for What Was Lost Is Now Found World Quest guide here on Pro Game Guides.

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