Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event: where is Liben and what Items he wants

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It's the final day for the Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event and you can find Liben in Liyue Harbor again. Today he's after radishes, which can be trickier to find but not if you follow our help. So, for one last time let's take a look at where to find Liben in the Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event, and to get the radish items he wants before you can collect your rewards.

The Marvelous Merchandise Event will run from October 26 to November 2. During that time, you will be able to collect seven different Box o’ Marvels filled with various kinds of treasure. Don’t wait too long if you want to participate though; the event will feature a different location and quest every day, and you can only get all seven Box o’ Marvels when you complete each day’s challenge.

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Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact Liben’s location day 7

Genshin Impact Marvelous Merchandise day 7

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Liben is always on the move and while you can spend time trying to find him we can always point you in the right direction. His location changes daily and you only the get one hint to where he's gone.

  • Day 7: Go to the northernmost Teleport Waypoint in Liyue Harbor, then jump down in the direction of the ocean. You will land next to Liben.

Genshin Impact Marvelous Merchandise Items day 7

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It's not enough just to find Liben, you'll have to give him whatever item he's currently  after. This list will be updated with all the daily item requirements and where to find them.

  • Day 7: Liben wants 10 radishes. You can find lots of them at Dawn Winery and Springvale. Just investigate all carts, stalls, and barrels near the buildings, and check the grassy areas as well.

Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event rewards

Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event rewards

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Liben will tell you he has filled the Box o’ Marvels with ‘the fortune I made in my time as a seller of curios’. In other words, you don’t know what you’re going to get. If you click the ‘I’m here for my Box o’ Marvels’ dialogue option, you will see the seven different boxes; one for each of the seven elements featured in the game. It is up to you to decide which one you would like to open.

Keep in mind that you will not get the same rewards as other players by opening the same box, so there’s no need to give much thought to which one you open first. The fact that they all represent a different element is purely decorative.

Based on what players have gotten so far the Box o’ Marvels will contain some of the following:

  • 30 Primogems every time. If you get Mora, it will likely be either 20,000 or 40,000. The Enhancement Ores seem to come in groups of 6 or 8, the talent level up materials in stacks of 3 and the Adventurer’s Experience items in stacks of 3 or 4.

If you don’t use your chance to open a box today, it will be available for the remainder of the event. However, make sure to open all seven boxes before the event ends! They will disappear once it’s over.

Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event Battle Pass rewards

Marvelous Merchandise Genshin Impact event Battle Pass rewards

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As part of the event, there is a new Battle Pass objective as well; if you get Liben his items five times, you will be rewarded with 1200 BP experience. 

Make sure you don’t wait too long before you claim the BP points. Just like the Box o’ Marvels, you must claim your reward before the event ends! This can be a bit confusing as the BP quest falls under this Battle Pass period, which lasts longer than the Marvelous Merchandise event. 

Marloes Valentina Stella

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