How to unlock The Ship Has It Sumeru Hidden Achievement in Genshin Impact

Build a sturdy ship!

The Ship Has It is a Genshin Impact Wonders of the World Achievement that you can get through the Problem Conversion Sumeru Daily Commission chain. The four-part Commission chain involves helping Rafiq build sturdier ships. Based on what you do in Problem Conversion: Theory Reliability, you have a chance of unlocking the Hidden Achievement. Getting this Commission chain is purely based on RNG, but you can increase the likelihood of getting it by ensuring that your Commission location is set to Sumeru.

How to complete the Problem Conversion Sumeru Daily Commission in Genshin Impact

Problem Conversion is a very simple Commission chain that only involves interacting with nearby objects. After speaking with Rafiq and Qishan, interact with the three glowing spots on the ship to Investigate them. Once you're done, report your findings back to Rafiq.

How to complete the Problem Conversion: Theory Reliability Sumeru Daily Commission in Genshin Impact

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After completing Problem Conversion, you can get Problem Conversion: Theory Reliability on another day. In this segment, Rafiq will ask you to collect three building materials. However, there are five building materials around the area. If you want to unlock the Hidden Achievement, collect all five building materials. Once you bring the materials to Rafiq, the UI will only show you giving him three materials, but as long as you collect all five, your progress will carry over to the next Commission.

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How to complete the Problem Conversion: Loading Capacity Sumeru Daily Commission in Genshin Impact

After completing Problem Conversion: Theory Compatibility, you can get Problem Conversion: Loading Capacity on another day. After speaking with Rafiq and Qishan, you must pick up the three heavy objects located in nearby glowing spots. Then you must interact with the glowing spot on the ship to place the heavy objects there. Report your progress to Rafiq.

  • If you gave him five building materials in Problem Conversion: Theory Reliability, the ship will carry the heavy objects successfully. This will unlock the Hidden Achievement called The Ship Has It.
  • If you gave him three building materials in Problem Conversion: Theory Reliability, the ship will fail to carry the heavy objects, and you'll complete the Commission with no Achievement.

How to complete the Problem Conversion: The Underpinning Factor Sumeru Daily Commission in Genshin Impact

After completing Problem Conversion: Loading Capacity, you can get Problem Conversion: The Underpinning Factor on another day. This segment is similar to Theory Compatibility. To complete the Commission, you must collect five building materials from nearby spots and bring them back to Rafiq.

Check out our Genshin Impact Garcia’s Paean Key Items Sumeru Daily Commission guide and Where to find the Whopperflower in the Genshin Impact When Flowers Bloom Commission to complete more Sumeru Commissions.

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