In order to ascend Neuvillette all the way to level 90 in Genshin Impact, you will need to gather a pretty hefty sum of Lumitoile (168 to be exact). However, the specialty can only be found in very specific areas of Fontaine. Here’s where to find all Lumitoile in Genshin Impact, as well as a farming route sure to help you optimize your time when gathering them.
All Lumitoile Locations in Genshin Impact
You can find a total of 59 Lumitoile per 3-day environment cycle in Genshin Impact. They will be divided among the Mount Esus East, New Fontaine Research Institute, and the Central Laboratory Ruins sub-regions.
All Mount Esus East Lumitoile Locations
All of the Lunitoile featured on Mount Esus East can be found by going up (or down) through the area’s shore. As you can check out in the image below —courtesy of Genshin Impact’s official Teyvat Interactive Map— the sub-region will feature a total of 17 Lumitoile.
All New Fontaine Research Institute Lumitoile Locations
You will be able to find a total of 36 Lumitoile in the New Fontaine Research Institute sub-region, with most of them (29) being located by its west shore. The remaining 7, however, will be featured inside an underwater cave system whose path can only be unlocked by either heading right from the Millennial Pearl Seahorse Boss area or by reaching a certain point in the Road to the Singularity side quest.
You can check out the locations of all the Lumitoile featured in the New Fontaine Research Institute sub-region below, courtesy of the game’s official Interactive Map:
All Central Laboratory Ruins Lumitoile Locations
As you can see below, courtesy of Genshin Impact’s official Interactive Map, all 5 Lumitoile featured on Central Laboratory Ruins will be located in the east-most part of the sub-region. You will be able to find them easily by heading to the sub-region’s eastmost Teleport Waypoint and then continuing on foot.
The Best Lumitoile Farming Route
In order to get as many Lumitoile as possible in the least amount of time, we recommend that you start by getting all of the ones located by the shores of the New Fontaine Research Institute sub-region before heading to the Waypoint at the center of the area’s underwater cave and getting all of the ones there.
Now, head to Mount Esus East and focus on getting all of the ones both above and underwater, as they will all be close to one another. To finish up, just focus on getting the ones on the Central Laboratory Ruins sub-region.
This guide was made while playing Genshin Impact on PC and PS5.
- This article was updated on September 29th, 2023