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How to Repair Sumeru Broken Elemental Monument in Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact has multiple missions/quests that you can do for rewards.

It also has side quests, cutscenes, stories, and more.

Some quests may seem easy, but they are deceptively difficult.

For example, you might be stuck trying to solve a puzzle.

However, the solution to the puzzle is obvious.

In other cases, some puzzles or tasks are difficult to solve because there are little to no hints at all.

An objective in the game is to repair the Sumeru Broken Elemental Monument.

However, you might not know how to complete the objective.

This is because you might not be given any hints or directions.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to repair the Sumeru Broken Elemental Monument in Genshin Impact.

How to repair Sumeru Broken Elemental Monument in Genshin Impact

Repair Sumeru Broken Elemental Monument in Genshin Impact

How to repair the Sumeru Broken Elemental Monument in Genshin Impact

  1. Teleport to Statue of The Seven – Dendro (Avidya Forest, Sumeru).
  2. Talk to the Cook to obtain Kusava.
  3. Go to the objective marker.
  4. Open your inventory and switch to “Kusava”.
  5. Aim the Kusava at the broken monument to repair it.
  6. Attack the broken monument (“E”) to make it active.
  7. Enter the cave.

“Yes, yes! Paimon the White Floaty can be smart sometimes!”.

“Okay, that probably came out wrong, but thanks!”.

You’ve now unlocked the “Rhythm of Revival” to repair some broken Elemental Monuments.

Play the song on the Vintage Lyre next to the broken monuments to restore their functions.

Further reading

How to “Explore the dream of the Vasara Tree” in Genshin Impact

How to “Observe the Sumeru Roses to find the hidden song” in Genshin Impact

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