Starsilver Ore is a resource that has been introduced way back in version 1.2 of Genshin Impact. Its main purpose is to craft the Dragonspine weapons as well as the Warming Bottle. So if you’re aiming to craft any of these, then you need to know where to farm the material efficiently.
In this guide, I’ll show you the most efficient locations to farm plenty of Starsilver Ores.
Starsilver Farming Route and Locations Guide in Genshin Impact
Despite Starsilver Ore being no longer as valuable in the current update as it used to be when it first got introduced, it still holds a bit of value for Cryo and physical DPS characters. So if you plan to farm it for such a purpose, then this guide is for you.
To farm Starsilver Ore, you need to head over to the Dragonspine area which is the only area in the game where the ore spawns. You can find a lot of deposits throughout the area, but the only problem is that once mined, a node will only respawn after 48 hours.
As such, you’ll want to plan your farming route in advance so you can farm the Starsilver Ores as efficiently as possible.
Which Planning Route to Follow
There are various routes you can follow to farm Starsilver Ores. For instance, you can travel along the area’s beaches and outer edges to come across lots of deposits as soon as you arrive in the area. You’d also want to use a character who wields a claymore to hasten the process.
To farm efficiently, you’ll want to follow this specific route in order:
- Snow Covered Path
- East of Snow Covered Path
- East of Ancient Palace
- Southeast of Skyfrost Nail
- Southwest of Skyfrost Nail
- Southeast of Entombed City near the outskirts
- West of Starglow Cavern
- North of Entombed City near the outskirts
- West of Wyrmrest Valley
- Wyrmrest Valley
- East of Wyrmrest Valley
- West of Snow Covered Path
As long as you follow this route, you should be able to mine all of the deposits containing Starsilver Ore in the area. Then, once they have respawned after 48 hours, simply go back to the area to farm them again, if you still need more.
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