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The Cycle Frontier: How to Clean your Stash

As you do more and more missions in The Cycle Frontier, your stash will slowly fill. In order to have space for items you really need, you’ll have to clean it every once in a while.

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Although having a lot of items is always nice, your stash space is limited in the Cycle Frontier, which means you’ll have to make space for more items. Of course, that way you also risk getting rid of items that might turn out to be useful later on. So, here are a few ways to efficiently clean your stash.

The Cycle Frontier: How to Clean your Stash

How to Clean your Stash in The Cycle Frontier

Before you’ll get rid of something you might miss, make sure your stash is upgraded to the max. Keep in mind you’ll need materials to do so – including the abundance of Korolev Chips, rewarded for doing Korolev missions.

Deciding What to Keep

Not every material is equally important in The Cycle Frontier. In general, it is a good idea to keep a stack of 10 items that are rare/needed for something, but there are also items that have very limited use, outside of maybe one base upgrade. You can check our material tier list to see which items are worth keeping. Those with barely any use can always be sold to make more space in your inventory.

Oh, and sell everything that you can buy through normal means. It’s much easier to get K-marts than to find a rare weapon – and you might not have space for a rare weapon.

Duplicate Keycards

Sell most of your duplicate keycards. It might be good to keep one or two duplicates on you, so that you can exchange those with other players, but don’t hoard the cards, as they only take up space.

Attachments

If you have a lot of weapon attachments, use them, even on weapons you barely care about. Think of weapons as caches for your attachments – their role is not to be used in battle, but to safekeep good attachments you don’t have space for. Of course, the weaker attachments can be sold for K-marts, but keep most rare ones on you.

 

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Genshin Impact: Totem Puzzle in ‘Garden of Endless Pillars’ Guide

Lighting the Pyro Totems in the correct order will help you complete this puzzle, and unlock a fast travel waypoint.

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The Garden of Endless Pillars is located within the northwestern part of the Sumeru Desert. Once you’ve reached there, you’ll notice a giant slab cemented in the dunes, along with various Pyro totems surrounding it nearby.

There will be various mirage walls across the region, but they should be fairly easy to traverse, while hitting the totems with Pyro attacks.

We’ll explain how to successfully complete the Totem Puzzle in the “Garden of Endless Pillars” Guide – read on for our walkthrough.

Totem Puzzle for Garden of Endless Pillars Guide in Genshin Impact

The very first thing you’ll need to do is go to the Garden of Endless Pillars location on the map, which we’ve indicated in the screenshots below.

Once you’ve reached The Garden of Endless Pillars, you’ll need to switch over to Amber, as you’ll have to utilize Pyro attacks on the corresponding totems.

The first totem is extremely easy, as there are no walls blocking you – simply take a right upon entering the area, and shoot the totem.

To reach the second totem (pictured above) you will have to walk forward a fair bit until you spot the totem located in the right-hand corner. As you are blocked by the wall, you will need to traverse onto the concrete pillars to get a vantage point from which you can target the second totem.

Head right for the next totem, located in front of crumbled concrete walls. To find the last two totems, proceed forward and take a slight left. The very last one is located to the right, opposite of the prior totem.

Hitting all the totems will cause the slab to activate, and after this sequence, you will unlock a fast travel point for this region, which you can then use moving forward throughout the new update.

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