Five Lost Books (Anthology of Dragons and Snakes)

The Dragon and Snake Collection is a world quest in The Genshin effectthe Enkanomiya region. You will get it from the shade of Ema who will appear in Narrow library where you meet Enjou for the first time. This is ours The Genshin effect Collection of Guides to Dragons and Snakes to help you find the Lost Five Books of Enkanomiya.

Note: For more information on the game, see The Genshin effect guide and central feature. Likewise, you can take a look at main guide related to the Whitenight and Evernight puzzle.

The Genshin effect The Dragon and Snake Collection – Enkanomiya’s Five Lost Books

Some books are lost in The Genshin effect associated with the world quests in the Enkanomiya region. We discuss these issues in detail in different sections, so just check the page for the parts you need help with:

Note: As for the fifth installment, The Serpent and the Drakes of Tokoyokoku, it can be purchased from Yae Publishing House in Inazuma City (see in the image below).

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What happens after you find all five Lost Books in The Genshin effect?

Once you have found all five Lost Books, return to Ema in the library. Check out the opposite wing and it will allow you to place all five books before turning into a portal. You can go through it to investigate and this will complete the Dragon and Snake Collection quest in The Genshin effect.

Here are some other tidbits:

  • You can get the book back so the text is added to your archive.
  • Features a Luxury Chest and Key Mark.
  • You can follow Seelie (will go through portal). Upon reaching the pedestal, it will spawn an Exquisite Chest.

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