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Genshin Impact Where to Find Radiant Prisms

How to Get Radiant Prisms in Genshin Impact

Be careful around the Mausoleum, they're everywhere

In the new Genshin Impact 3.1 update, we’re greeted with the Sumeru Desert area, new characters and a multitude of materials to go alongside them. Whether you’re looking to stockpile resources for future use or need them now, it makes sense that you may want to dive into this content right away and start farming. In particular, you may be looking for Damaged, Turbid and Radiant Prisms for character and weapon ascending! If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to get Radiant Prisms in Genshin Impact.

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How to Get Radiant Prisms in Genshin Impact

There are three main ways to get Radiant Prisms in Genshin Impact:

  1. Defeating Level 60+ Primal Construct enemies
  2. Purchasing from Paimon’s Bargains for two Masterless Starglitter
  3. Crafted using three Turbid Prisms

Paimon’s Bargains

Purchasing Radiant Prisms through Paimon’s Bargains is the quickest but most expensive way of getting them. Under the Starglitter Exchange, scroll down until you find Radiant Prisms. Since one costs two Masterless Starglitter, it’s worthwhile the try the next two methods unless you want to finish up your last weapon ascension and only need one or two more prisms.

Genshin Impact Paimon Bargain Radiant Prism
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Crafting Using Turbid Prism

If you have excess Turbid Prisms and don’t mind sacrificing a few for the greater good, you can use any Crafting Bench to convert them to Radiant Prisms. For every Radiant Prism you make, you’ll need three Turbid variants.

Genshin Impact Craft Radiant Prism
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Related: How to Get to Sumeru Desert in Genshin Impact

Defeating Level 60 Primal Constructs

The best method of getting Radiant Prisms is defeating Primal Constructs in the new desert area of Sumeru. If you’re at least Adventure Rank 35 and have progressed through Chapter II: Act IV, you can travel through Sumeru and reach the western half of the area. Below are some specific places to find Primal Constructs:

  • The Mausoleum of King Deshret
  • Eye of the Sands
  • West of Dar al-Shifa, south of Aaru Village
  • East of the Dune of Elusion
Genshin Impact Primal Construct
Image via HoYoLAB Teyvat Interactive Map

Out of these locations, the Mausoleum is the best place to find Primal Constructs in a short amount of time. However, if you’re nowhere near here or want to stay in another area, the other three have several constructs lurking around. If you’d like to see each location in more detail, check out the Genshin Impact Interactive Map.

While you’re fighting the Primal Constructs, you also have a chance to pick up Damaged and Turbid Prisms. If you pick up many of these, you can make them into Radiant Prisms from the Crafting Bench.

Genshin Impact is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Android, and iOS devices through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the 3.1 Update, check out How to Get Scarabs and How to Find Redcrests in Genshin Impact.

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.