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To Mondstadt

To Mondstadt
Typechar
Requires AR38
Is Part ofAstrolabos Chapter: Act I
DescriptionThe astrologist Mona, who you met by chance outside Liyue Harbor, has promised that if you go with her to Mondstadt to fulfill her appointment, she will help you read the truth behind the gods and your sibling. Leaving Liyue Harbor, you head towards Mondstadt.
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Astrology and the 50-Year Pact
A Bewildering Fate
RequiresAstrology and the 50-Year Pact
UnlocksA Bewildering Fate
Rewards
Adventure EXP x 625
Mora x 38100
Hero's Wit x 4
Mystic Enhancement Ore x 8
Objectives & Dialogues (are clickable)
• Go to Wangshu Inn en route to Mondstadt
Mr. Zhu
Mr. Zhu: Thank you all so much. You're welcome to drop by again.
Mr. Zhu: Well, if this inn hasn't closed its doors yet, haha...
• Sit next to the table and accept Mona's invitation
• Talk to Mona and enjoy a good meal
Mona
Paimon: Since it's Mona's treat, we can order whatever we want, right?
Mona: Of course. I am a most generous master, after all. But only if you can finish it all. Wasting food simply will not do.
Yuhua: Excuse me, what would you like to order?
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
Yuhua: This is a favorite among our regulars. Bamboo shoots, meat and ham are cooked together, creating a richly-flavored soup.
Yuhua: Pour a few spoonfuls into each bowl of rice you eat — you'll never get enough of it!
Yuhua: These are made using large, succulent shrimp wrapped in crispy-fried potatoes. They have an amazing texture.
Yuhua: It's exactly what it says on the label — abalone made from vegetarian ingredients. It's just as good as the real thing!
Yuhua: Though tofu could not be a more ordinary ingredient, it and crab roe are truly a match made in heaven. It's one of our specialties.
Mona: A—All of them? We only have three... No, two and a half people? Isn't that too much food?
Paimon: That's not how you count it! Besides, Paimon hasn't even ordered yet!
Paimon: Squirrel Fish, Jueyun Chili Chicken, and Jewelry Soup, please!
Yuhua: Sure. And is there anything else that you would like to order, ma'am?
Mona: I—I'd just like to ask, how much do the current dishes cost in total?
Yuhua: Um, around twenty thousand Mora.
Mona: Then... Uh, I—I'll just have some vegetarian noodles, please.
Yuhua: Alright. A bowl of vegetarian noodles, was it? Please wait a moment, we will serve you shortly.
Paimon: Paimon's been thinking about something since we started eating...
Paimon: Is it... because she actually doesn't have money?
Mona: I heard that! I said I was treating. How could I be rattled by something as mundane as Mora!?
Mona: An astrologist's mind is set on studying the stars. Being so easily disturbed by such banal matters would hamper my judgment.
Mona: Especially the act of overly gratifying oneself using Mora. It is both vulgar...
Mona: *stomach grumble*
Mona: ...and dangerous.
Paimon: So not eating the dishes we ordered is also part of an astrologist's pride? Paimon doesn't get it.
Paimon: But it feels kinda bad that only we got to feast...
Paimon: Oh, yes! We can do that! Just give us a minute!
• Look for the innkeeper and ask to borrow the kitchen to make Mona a dish
Huai'an
Huai'an: Hello, how may I help you?
Paimon: We'd like to borrow the kitchen here.
Huai'an: Ah, I see. In that case, sure. As long as you've prepared your own ingredients, feel free to use the kitchen.
Huai'an: If I may add one more thing... You must be quite well-versed in the art of cooking, yes?
Huai'an: Haha, talented indeed. Actually, I have a small suggestion to make...
Huai'an: From your clothes, you're most likely not from around these parts. But since you've come to Liyue, would you like to try making Liyue-style cuisine?
Huai'an: I have a recipe for Golden Crab with me. It's a Yue cuisine classic.
Huai'an: It's crab meat that's been rolled in flour, deep-fried, and then pan-fried together with ginger and garlic. When you finally plate up, the crab appears to be lying on gold.
Paimon: Golden... Crab!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Huai'an: Haha, how humble of you. Actually, I have a little suggestion...
Huai'an: From your clothes, you're most likely not from around these parts. But since you've come to Liyue, would you like to try making Liyue-style cuisine?
Huai'an: I have a recipe for Golden Crab with me. It's a Yue cuisine classic.
Huai'an: It's crab meat that's been rolled in flour, deep-fried, and then pan-fried together with ginger and garlic. When you finally plate up, the crab appears to be lying on gold.
Paimon: Golden... Crab!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Huai'an: Ah, I see. In that case, sure. As long as you've prepared your own ingredients, feel free to use the kitchen.
Huai'an: If I may add one more thing... You must be quite well-versed in the art of cooking, yes?
Huai'an: Haha, talented indeed. Actually, I have a small suggestion to make...
Huai'an: From your clothes, you're most likely not from around these parts. But since you've come to Liyue, would you like to try making Liyue-style cuisine?
Huai'an: I have a recipe for Golden Crab with me. It's a Yue cuisine classic.
Huai'an: It's crab meat that's been rolled in flour, deep-fried, and then pan-fried together with ginger and garlic. When you finally plate up, the crab appears to be lying on gold.
Paimon: Golden... Crab!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Huai'an: Haha, how humble of you. Actually, I have a little suggestion...
Huai'an: From your clothes, you're most likely not from around these parts. But since you've come to Liyue, would you like to try making Liyue-style cuisine?
Huai'an: I have a recipe for Golden Crab with me. It's a Yue cuisine classic.
Huai'an: It's crab meat that's been rolled in flour, deep-fried, and then pan-fried together with ginger and garlic. When you finally plate up, the crab appears to be lying on gold.
Paimon: Golden... Crab!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: #Golden Crab, {NICKNAME}! Golden Crab!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Paimon: Heh-heh. Then let's get to it!
Paimon: With your skills in the kitchen, this'll be a cinch!
Mona
Mona: There's no need to spend all that effort on me, I'm not in dire need of food...
Mona: I am a little hungry... but it's not a big deal.
• Cook Golden Crab
• Give the Golden Crab (Normal or Delicious) to Mona
Mona
Mona: There's no need to spend all that effort on me, I'm not in dire need of food...
Mona: I am a little hungry... but it's not a big deal.
• Continue your journey, head for the Stone Gate
• Talk to Mona as she rests
Mona
Mona: Phew. That was tiring, but we're finally in Mondstadt.
Mona: The quest to plumb the wondrous depths of knowledge is indeed arduous...
Paimon: Paimon's not tired.
Mona: Ugh, that's because you float.
Paimon: Well, it doesn't look like an astrologist is all that amazing either.
Mona: That's because you have too many unrealistic fantasies about astrology.
Tyler: Are you also resting your feet here?
Paimon: Who are you?
Tyler: Oh, my brothers and I are all merchants. We just finished doing business in Liyue, and we're preparing to head back to Mondstadt.
Tyler: You look rather tired. The cart we hired will be coming in a while — what say you to coming along for the ride?
Tyler: Haha, let's go, then. We can make conversation along the way, the more the merrier.
Mona: There's no need. Now shoo. Get out of our way.
Tyler: Eh? Miss... Is there something wrong?
Mona: Cease your pretensions, bandit.
Mona: Picking up people on the road who appear vulnerable, robbing them blind once they've gotten on the cart, and then taking them to some archon-forsaken place — is that your deal?
Tyler: W—What are you saying? We came over here to make conversation, and this is how we're rewarded? With insults?
Tyler: If you don't want to get on, don't! Crazy girl...
Mona: Well then, shall I tell you now which objects you have on you that are stolen?
Mona: If you have any quibbles, we can bring people to corroborate what I've said, and all will come to light.
Mona: If I lose, I'll pay you twenty thousand Mora. But if I win, then you'll be eating prison rations in Liyue Harbor tonight.
Mona: How about it? If you're real legitimate businessmen, there's nothing to fear, is there?
Tyler: You... You!
Tyler: You've pushed it too far, brat!
Tyler: I don't know how you found out, but as long as we get rid of you, no one will have to know!
Tyler: I don't know how you found out, but as long as we get rid of you, no one will have to know!
Mona: Don't fret, it's just a few bandits.
Mona: You said earlier that there was nothing amazing about astrologists... Well then, this is a good time to show you what your master can do.
Mona: Don't fret, it's just a few bandits.
Mona: You said earlier that there was nothing amazing about astrologists... Well then, this is a good time to show you what your master can do.
Tyler: No need, no need, we're already heading that way anyway.
Mona: There's no need. Now shoo. Get out of our way.
Tyler: Eh? Miss... Is there something wrong?
Mona: Cease your pretensions, bandit.
Mona: Picking up people on the road who appear vulnerable, robbing them blind once they've gotten on the cart, and then taking them to some archon-forsaken place — is that your deal?
Tyler: W—What are you saying? We came over here to make conversation, and this is how we're rewarded? With insults?
Tyler: If you don't want to get on, don't! Crazy girl...
Mona: Well then, shall I tell you now which objects you have on you that are stolen?
Mona: If you have any quibbles, we can bring people to corroborate what I've said, and all will come to light.
Mona: If I lose, I'll pay you twenty thousand Mora. But if I win, then you'll be eating prison rations in Liyue Harbor tonight.
Mona: How about it? If you're real legitimate businessmen, there's nothing to fear, is there?
Tyler: You... You!
Tyler: You've pushed it too far, brat!
Tyler: I don't know how you found out, but as long as we get rid of you, no one will have to know!
Tyler: I don't know how you found out, but as long as we get rid of you, no one will have to know!
Mona: Don't fret, it's just a few bandits.
Mona: You said earlier that there was nothing amazing about astrologists... Well then, this is a good time to show you what your master can do.
Mona: Don't fret, it's just a few bandits.
Mona: You said earlier that there was nothing amazing about astrologists... Well then, this is a good time to show you what your master can do.
• Fend the bandits off
• Talk to Mona
Mona
Mona: Hmph, what did you think? Did that satisfy your expectations?
Mona: Such things are elementary for an astrologist.
Mona: Lies are worthless before astrology. Destiny and truth are written in the stars.
Mona: Though it may take more time to garner the specifics, I can read the gist of a situation at a glance.
Paimon: But you did hit some bumps in the road...
Mona: That's because Teyvat's stars can only display the fates and truths of "this world."
Mona: Anything related to you becomes like a fog that even I cannot penetrate.
Mona: That is why I must meet that successor. With our knowledge combined, I might be able to gain new insight into your fate.
Mona: Ha. Whatever the case, you've got everything to gain from this trip.
Mona: Alright, I'm rested. Let's get this journey to Mondstadt over with!
Paimon: *sigh* If only we had a cart...
Mona: I thought you weren't tired!
Mona: Ha. Whatever the case, you've got everything to gain from this trip.
Mona: Alright, I'm rested. Let's get this journey to Mondstadt over with!
Paimon: *sigh* If only we had a cart...
Mona: I thought you weren't tired!
Mona: Such things are elementary for an astrologist.
Mona: Lies are worthless before astrology. Destiny and truth are written in the stars.
Mona: Though it may take more time to garner the specifics, I can read the gist of a situation at a glance.
Paimon: But you did hit some bumps in the road...
Mona: That's because Teyvat's stars can only display the fates and truths of "this world."
Mona: Anything related to you becomes like a fog that even I cannot penetrate.
Mona: That is why I must meet that successor. With our knowledge combined, I might be able to gain new insight into your fate.
Mona: Ha. Whatever the case, you've got everything to gain from this trip.
Mona: Alright, I'm rested. Let's get this journey to Mondstadt over with!
Paimon: *sigh* If only we had a cart...
Mona: I thought you weren't tired!
Mona: Ha. Whatever the case, you've got everything to gain from this trip.
Mona: Alright, I'm rested. Let's get this journey to Mondstadt over with!
Paimon: *sigh* If only we had a cart...
Mona: I thought you weren't tired!
Mona
Mona: T—This aroma is...
Mona: I never thought it'd be so luxurious...
Mona: Fine. Since my disciple has put in so much time and effort, I must — with great difficulty — accept.
Mona: ...Aah! It's delicious! It's the most delicious thing I've eaten recently!
Mona: Ah, uh, I mean... *cough* I never knew that my disciple was this skilled. As your master, I am most comforted.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona: W-Wow, it's incredible...!
Mona: Fine. Since my disciple has put in so much time and effort, I must — with great difficulty — accept.
Mona: ...Aah! It's delicious! It's the most delicious thing I've eaten recently!
Mona: Ah, uh, I mean... *cough* I never knew that my disciple was this skilled. As your master, I am most comforted.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona
Mona: T—This aroma is...
Mona: I never thought it'd be so luxurious...
Mona: Fine. Since my disciple has put in so much time and effort, I must — with great difficulty — accept.
Mona: ...Ooh! This Golden Crab is too delicious! I have never eaten anything this good in my life!
Mona: Ah, uh, I mean... *cough* I never knew that my disciple was this skilled. As your master, I am most comforted.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona: W-Wow, it's incredible...!
Mona: Fine. Since my disciple has put in so much time and effort, I must — with great difficulty — accept.
Mona: ...Ooh! This Golden Crab is too delicious! I have never eaten anything this good in my life!
Mona: Ah, uh, I mean... *cough* I never knew that my disciple was this skilled. As your master, I am most comforted.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.
Mona: I see that it's no boast to call them Liyue's delicacies.
Mona: I suppose it wasn't too much to spend all this Mora on...
Mona: Ah, it's nothing. Nothing at all. Now that we've eaten and drank our fill, we should be off.
Mona: If we travel north from here, we should reach the Stone Gate, and from there, we will be within the boundaries of Mondstadt.
Mona: What deep mysteries shall we acquire knowledge of? *chuckles* I'm looking forward to it.

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