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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: How to Max Out Crystals in Chaos Chambers

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands late game content is all about collecting crystals in the Chaos Chamber.




The only way to obtain Crystals is through the Chaos Chamber. They are a rare rainbow currency that you can spend on the Rabbit Shrines. The new Coiled Captors update increased the Chaos Chambers max level from 20 to 35. Besides acquiring new items and loots, players are excited to farm more Crystals.

How to Max Out Crystals in Chaos Chambers in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

In the Chaos Chamber, all the enemies you encounter will have a chance of dropping Rainbow Crystals. However, the best targets are stronger enemies, giving a higher drop rate. Because of this, you may want to prioritize Elite and Badass enemies.

Collecting Rainbow Crystals

You can find at least one purple crystal in every encounter inside the chamber. Destroying this will spawn a Badass enemy who drops a lot of Rainbow Crystals, so make sure to keep an eye on these special crystals.

Check the area for Skull Vaults as they also give crystals. Two portals will open at the end of every encounter, and there’s a chance one of them will be a Crystal Die Portal, indicated by a Crystal Chest icon. Inside, you’ll be awarded extra rainbow crystals at the end of the subsequent encounter.

Another way to farm crystals is to pay crystals to upgrade the next encounter to the Elite tier. This may spawn more Elite and Badass enemies, but it’s essential to spend your crystals wisely.

Carelessly spending your resources may bring you more harm than good. For example, at the end of the Chaos Chamber, you can spend the Rainbow Crystals on the Rabbit Shrines and get high-tier loot.

Curses offered by the Dragon Lord are also a source of rainbow crystals. They are as follows:

  • Easy Curse
    • +30% Bonus Crystals
    • +25% Crystal Drop Chance on Enemy Death
  • Medium Curse
    • +60% Bonus Crystals
    • +25% Crystal Drop Chance on Enemy Death
  • Hard Curse
  • +120% Bonus Crystals
  • +25% Crystal Drop Chance on Enemy Death

ALSO READ: Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: How to Increase Your Loot Luck by 25%

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Genshin Impact: How to Operate Prism of Khaj-Nisut

Don’t get stuck and reach Khaj-Nitsu upper floor.





Operating the Prism of Khaj-Nisut is a quest objective part of the Dreams Beneath the Searing Sand quest, which in turn is part of the Golden Slumber questline. After beating the three trials in Khaj-Nisut, you’ll be asked to find your way there, enter its main structure, and explore the lower floor.

You’ll eventually come to the upper one, and there a puzzle awaits you. Let this guide teach you how to Operate Prism of Khaj-Nitsu and reach the floor.

How to Operate Prism of Khaj-Nisut in Genshin Impact

Getting to the Prism

After you’re done exploring the lower floor and your objective changes to Operate Prism of Khaj-Nitsu, return to the main hall of the structure and look around for an updraft.

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The updraft will take you to a series of floating platforms. Ignore them and focus on the two Four-Leaf Sigils visible from the highest point of the updraft, as using them in succession will leave you in front of the Prism.

It’s red colored and in the center of a platform that is also in the center of everything else.

The puzzle has you change and operate the Prism to move the platforms in a way that they aren’t interrupting any Primal Beam. Doing so without understanding can just worsen the puzzle and make it more complicated.

There’s more than one solution to this puzzle, but to avoid the hassle use the shortest one we provide for you:

  • Operate
  • Switch (The Prism will turn blue)
  • Operate
  • Operate

When the deed is done a mechanism will appear. Use the Four-Leaf Sigil close to it to stick to the wall and Start Up the mechanism.

A short scene triggers showing you an elevator. Walk to the center of the platform-elevator and Activate it to reach the upper floor. You’re done here.

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