How to unlock and complete “The Seventh Samurai” World Quest in Genshin Impact

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"The Seventh Samurai" is a World Quest that players can unlock after completing the final part of the multi-day Tatara Tales questline, Tatara Tales: The Last Act. Xavier obtained the higher-ups' approval to produce a film in Inazuma—as long as it centers around Samurai and the Shogunate. Help him get the less-than-photogenic Commissioners up to shape so that he can jumpstart his career in swashbuckler filmmaking.

After completing the prerequisite, head to the northwestern tip of the islet east of Inazuma City. Speak to Xavier to initiate the quest.

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He'll ask you to help him produce a film called "The Seventh Samurai." Speak to Xavier once again to initiate the quest's challenge.

Related: Fate of a Fighter Genshin Impact Quest Guide

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To produce the film, stay within the recording frame that will appear on the screen. You have one minute to complete the following:

  • Defeat all three enemies.
  • Change positions three times. You can do so by running to the areas marked on the ground and performing a movement, such as releasing a Normal Attack.
  • You must not leave the recording frame, or the challenge will fail.

If you fail to complete the challenge, don't worry as you can try again. After, speak to Xavier to complete the World Quest.

Check out our guide on Genshin Impact Tatara Tales: place and retrieve three beacons if you're stuck in the Tatara Tales World Quest.

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