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Genshin Impact Murals: Location Guide

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Here’s a location guide to all five of the murals in the Golden Apple Archipelago region in Genshin Impact. The murals are needed to complete the side quest “The Other Side of Isle and Sea,” one of the many quests you’ll discover while exploring the archipelago region.

Genshin Impact introduced the Golden Apple Archipelago region as part of its 1.6 patch. The region will only be accessible during 1.6, so players should take the opportunity to explore the region fully and claim all the rewards that miHoYo has in store for them. Note that to unlock the murals, you’ll need to have completed the “Summer Vacation: Proceed With Caution” quest to unlock Act II of the event.

There are five murals in total scattered around the archipelago, each holding some clues to a story. Once you find one of them, you’ll receive the side quest “The Other Side of Isle and Sea,” which prompts you to take pictures of all five murals.

Genshin Impact archipelago Twinning Isle map

The first mural you’ll find is on the southern landmass of Twinning Isle. There’s a mural in the small passageway between the two large rock formations.

Genshin Impact archipelago map

Next, head to the small island to the west of Twinning Isle. You’ll find a mural near the beach to the north of the island.

Genshin Impact archipelago Minacious Isle map

The next mural is on the eastern portion of Minacious Isle, to the left of the large rock formation.

Genshin Impact archipelago Broken Isle map

The fourth mural is near the center of Broken Isle. From the teleport waypoint, glide down to the southwest of the rock formation. You’ll need to play a Painted Ground/Painted Wall minigame to enter the cave, which houses some mobs and a mural. This mural is also part of the music rock quest.

Genshin Impact archipelago nameless islet map

The final mural is on a tiny island at the northeastern tip of the archipelago region. It’s typically shrouded in fog, but a journal on Twinning Isle will tell you that you can sail there between the times of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. Wait until the correct time and set sail for the island, and you’ll find your last mural.

The murals in the Golden Apple Archipelago are only some of the wonders you’ll find while exploring the region. As you venture through the islands, be sure to look out for echoing conches as well – collect enough of them, and you’ll be rewarded with a free Barbara skin!

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T1’s Canna reaches 100 game wins in the LCK

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Although many may still consider T1’s top laner Canna a rookie, he already reached his 100th game win after today’s match against Liiv SANDBOX.

Canna’s performance saw a drastic increase recently. He underperformed at the start of the split, and fans expected T1 to bench him in favor of the hyped-up substitute top laner Zeus. Canna bounced back in recent weeks, however, and has been putting on a good show in the LCK. He earned four MVP votes throughout the split and has been a reliable carry or frontline for his team, depending on the meta.

Canna began his professional League of Legends career in May 2019 as a trainee for SKT, T1’s former name. After six months, he was promoted to the starting roster and has been the starting top laner since the 2020 LCK Spring Split. He had a stellar performance during his debut split and won a title alongside his teammates after a 3-0 series over Gen.G in the playoffs. In the Summer Split, the team fell off and was unable to put up a good performance. As a result, T1 missed the 2020 League world championship.

Even though T1 underwent coaching staff changes during the offseason coming into this year, their performance didn’t change that much since the team finished in fourth place during the 2021 LCK Spring Split. While his team is currently in fifth place and will most likely reach playoffs, it’s unclear whether they’ll be able to pick up one of the four spots for the upcoming 2021 League world championship if they don’t improve their performance.


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Team WE stomp EDG in Clearlove’s return to starting roster

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Team WE took down EDward Gaming in a quick 2-0 series today in Clearlove’s return to EDG’s starting roster after being absent from professional play for over two years.

EDG were the favorites going into this series until the team benched its jungler, Jiejie, who is leading across most stats compared to other LPL players in the position. Team WE had a fairly dominant split and looked coordinated today, taking down the experimenting EDG with ease.

Even though EDG had the chance to bring back Jiejie for the second match, they opted to play their other substitute Yu “JunJia” Chun-Chia in hopes of turning the series around. However, Team WE’s beishang, who is considered to be a top-three LPL jungler after his performance during this split, outmatched both junglers.

Mid laner Shanks and bottom laner Elk, the carries of Team WE, picked up the MVP votes in today’s League of Legends series. Shanks had a stellar performance on Sylas, using his opponent’s ultimates against them in a much more coordinated manner while also doing a lot of damage in teamfights. Elk had a great game on Ashe, landing critical ultimates to get easy picks on his opponents while also providing a good amount of damage during teamfights.

In both matches of today’s showdown, Team WE had the upper hand due to their jungler’s superior performance compared to his counterparts. Beishang picked up huge leads for his team in both matches before focusing on picking up the dragons for an early Dragon Soul. In both matchups, they were favored and the Infernal Dragon Soul spawned, giving Team WE a huge damaging buff once they picked it up to finish the series quickly.

Related: Here are the 2021 LPL Summer Split standings

EDG (10-3) remained in first place in the standings following this defeat. If they keep experimenting, however, FunPlus Phoenix (10-3), who looked much more dominant in their recent series, can overtake them. Team WE (8-4), on the other hand, are sitting comfortably in fifth place and look like good contenders for this split’s LPL champion title. Their next matchups are Rogue Warriors, Invictus Gaming, and Royal Never Give Up. The first two should be easy wins while RNG will be a hard matchup, considering their recent win streak in the 2021 LPL Summer Split.


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Source: https://dotesports.com/league-of-legends/news/team-we-stomp-edg-in-clearloves-return-to-starting-roster

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Cypher player discovers two Spycam spots on Haven

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A VALORANT player found two useful new spots for Cypher’s Spycam on Haven that provide excellent views of A and C sites and can be tough to find or counter.

Players can place a camera on an awning to the right of A Heaven with a lineup from the window. If done correctly, they will have a view of the entire site and can even catch a glimpse of B site. The second spot tucks Cypher’s camera into the corner of C site, above the entrance to Garage. This placement can help teams retake the site since it provides a clear view of almost every corner, and it can also help secure easy picks. 

Both spots require a precise lineup to place the camera, but players can master the technique with a bit of practice. Players should use these spots sparingly in matches and avoid activating their cameras for an extended period of time to decrease the chances of detection.

Both spots require a precise lineup to place the camera, but players can master the technique with a bit of practice. Try to use these spots sparingly in matches to keep enemies from learning your secrets. Also, avoid activating your camera for an extended period as this increases the chances of opponents finding your hiding spot. 

Cypher’s Spycam is an excellent ability that can help players track enemy movement without putting themselves in danger. The camera stays active for a long time, and a well-hidden camera can be a game-changer, especially if enemies can’t find it. There are several spots on every map where Cypher players can set down their cameras with specific lineups, and learning these locations can significantly increase your chance of winning. 


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Off-season changes: Who’s next?

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Ever since it was established informally by pro players and later made official by the Counter-Strike Professional Players’ Association, the summer tournament break has always been the prime opportunity for the top teams to evaluate their lineups and make the necessary changes if needed.

This year, the off-season craze has already begun, with fnatic and Complexity being the first to take the plunge, and it’s almost certain that more teams will not be the same by the time we return to tournament mode, in three weeks’ time. So let’s take a look at who else could join that list ahead of the second part of the season.

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Denmark Astralis

Murmurs have been circling around the Astralis camp’s long-term plans for a while now, with potentially multiple members of the legendary team looking to follow Nicolai “⁠device⁠” Reedtz out of the door after becoming disillusioned with the direction the Danish organization has undertaken in recent times. Reports have pointed out Danny “⁠zonic⁠” Sørensen as the likeliest candidate to leave and Nicolai “⁠HUNDEN⁠” Petersen as his possible replacement, and there’s no telling where that could lead when it comes to rest of the squad.

Astralis are one of the hottest candidates to make changes

A big overhaul might not be on the horizon until the end of the year, when the majority of the lineup’s contracts run out — and we at least know that Lukas “⁠gla1ve⁠” Rossander isn’t going anywhere anytime soon after he has just signed a new three-year deal with Astralis. However, there are still signs of a change coming before then and possibly very soon, with the in-game leader himself making it clear that the ever-changing AWPing situation in Astralis is hindering them from being able to reclaim the No.1 spot.

The AWP role has been a real issue for them since device‘s departure and a bit of a hot-potato situation, with the ‘Big Green’ going from Peter “⁠dupreeh⁠” Rasmussen‘s hands at first to more of a shared role between him and gla1ve, while in the IEM Cologne playoffs it was mostly the in-game leader who picked up the sniper rifle. That is as much of a tell as you could wish for when you consider what could be in Astralis‘ near future. It doesn’t look like anyone from the current roster can be particularly effective or comfortable in the role, so they’ll have to look elsewhere. But who could they get?

Sweden NIP

Another organization that has already suggested that off-season changes may be on the cards is NIP. When they replaced Erik “⁠ztr⁠” Gustafsson with Linus “⁠LNZ⁠” Holtäng back in June, the Swedish side revealed that the latest academy member to join the main team would be given until the end of the season to prove himself, so the team are bound to at least reevaluate their choice, now that we have reached the tournament break.

NIP have so far given no indication as to whether the 18-year-old will be staying on or not, and the answer isn’t obvious from the outside. LNZ showed some promise at the BLAST Premier Spring Final, but apart from a few good performances there, he has struggled to make a real impact on the team, averaging a 0.93 rating in the short time he has played with them so far.

It is also difficult to judge what the management of the organization is trying to achieve with the academy-focused approach around the fifth spot on the roster. It seems a complete turnaround from their shock (though admittedly expensive) signing of a superstar player like device, with whom they should be aiming for titles, so it might just serve as a plot to buy time before someone who won’t cost them another reported $1 million and is more proven and established becomes available.

LNZ’s future with NIP is uncertain at the moment

Germany BIG

Far from as obvious a candidate to undergo changes as the aforementioned two, BIG might just be on the list of teams who are scouring the market for ways to improve the team. The Johannes “⁠tabseN⁠” Wodarz-led squad rose to prominence again last year with a successful run in the summer, but their recent lack of titles or even deep runs could be cause for their first player adjustment in over a year and a half.

Even now, while Ismailcan “⁠XANTARES⁠” Dörtkardeş is well into his third year with BIG, it’s difficult not to see the Turk as the odd man out and imagine that the German organization wouldn’t jump at a good enough opportunity to sign a player from their own country to solve the language differences — the issue that has seemingly always plagued the team, to a degree. Whether this is the time or not likely depends on the availability of a good enough replacement such as Josef “⁠faveN⁠” Baumann, whose three-year anniversary with Sprout is coming up in September.

Brazil FURIA

The Brazilians around Andrei “⁠arT⁠” Piovezan have been in flux for the past few months. Their surprise addition of Paytyn “⁠junior⁠” Johnson at the start of the year has gone awry, with the American AWPer stepping down in June following a string of poor performances, which has forced the team to utilize their sixth player, Lucas “⁠honda⁠” Cano, in a move that has also yet to bear fruit.

Previously their sixth player and occasional stand-in, the 21-year-old has done little to bolster the team’s firepower with an average 0.89 rating, and his addition to the active roster has only exacerbated FURIA‘s issues around the AWP. There is no denying that arT is capable enough with the weapon, but considering his role at the forefront of the team, it has always made sense for him to give up the main role to someone less aggressive and more reliable, as was the case when Henrique “⁠HEN1⁠” Teles was still part of the team and the duo had a strong dynamic. Perhaps that is something that FURIA could be considering now that they have some time off, especially with someone like paiN‘s Rafael “⁠saffee⁠” Costa being such a mouth-watering prospect in the Brazilian scene.

FURIA’s AWPing dynamic has been in flux ever since HEN1 left

Sweden fnatic

fnatic and Complexity are the only two teams who have already made official moves during the first several days of the off-season, and more updates are expected to come from at least the former over the next few weeks.

The Swedes are still missing two players following the benching of long-time members Maikil “⁠Golden⁠” Selim and Jesper “⁠JW⁠” Wecksell and look to go international, with Friday’s 1pv.fr report linking them with former Cloud9 duo Alex “⁠ALEX⁠” McMeekin and William “⁠mezii⁠” Merriman. It is also unclear if that’s where the changes will end for Freddy “⁠KRIMZ⁠” Johansson & co., as there’s an air of uncertainty around Jack “⁠Jackinho⁠” Ström Mattsson‘s future with the roster.

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Source: https://www.hltv.org/news/32095/off-season-changes-whos-next

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