It's all very well to have the best characters, weapons or artefacts in Genshin Impact, but if you don't have enough Mora, you won't be able to level them up! And let's face it, even the smallest upgrade costs a lot of money, so you run out of gold very quickly. Fortunately, there are many ways toget Mora quickly in Genshin Impact. To help you get rich in the game, we've listed all the activities you can do to collect and farm Mora in this comprehensive guide!
You can complete 4 missions each day, each of which pays 6575 Moras. If you go and validate them with Catherine, you will get an extra reward.
Requests and premiums
You can make 3 requests and 3 bonuses per week in Mondstadt, Liyue or Inazuma. In addition to increasing your reputation, you can earn up to 150,000 Mora.
Farm Mora with Expeditions
This one is arguably the easiest in terms of effort, but it will take time if you wish to get lots of Mora. If you head over to the Adventurer’s Guild in Mondstadt, you’ll be able to send characters out on Expeditions across Teyvat. Here, your characters can farm various resources in real-time.To get started, simply pick any non-party character that you don’t currently wish to use, then pick from either the 4h, 8h, 12h, 20h time slot.
We suggest picking the 20h option as this will net you a total of 5000 Mora.The only caveat with this method is it can take a lot of time, but it is Mora you can literally earn while you sleep. It’s not a bad investment when gaining gold for doing nothing.
Complete Bounties, Requests, and World Exploration
While reaching a higher Reputation in a particular region won’t reward you with any Mora, the things you’ll need to do to earn Reputation EXP will. To get started with or check your progress on any of these things, head to a city’s Reputation area after reaching Adventure Rank 25.
Reaching a 20%, 40%, or 60% Exploration Progress level in a certain region will reward you with 20,000 Mora. You’ll also get 20,000 Mora for a 3-star Bounty, 25,000 Mora for a 4-star Bounty, and 30,000 Mora for a 5-star Bounty. Finally, you’ll get 20,000 Mora for completing a Request. (Exploration progress takes a long time to increase, so we’d recommend sticking to the latter two if you’re solely looking for Mora.)
All out of Commissions for the day? Don’t fret — there are still plenty of ways to get your hands on some more Mora, and scouring the map for any spare treasure chests you might have missed is one of the best. All chests (except Remarkable Chests in Enkanomiya) will grant you varying amounts of Mora, so you can’t go wrong with this method. Especially if you’re at a lower Adventure Rank, you’re likely to have missed quite a few in areas with lower Exploration Progress percentages. Using a Treasure Compass can help locate these occasionally pesky chests, though if you haven’t unlocked these gadgets yet, Mihoyo’s official Teyvat Map is just as helpful.
You can also buy Mora with other currencies! (It’s a bit confusing, but if it means more Mora, we’ll take it.) If you’ve been exploring a certain region a lot, it’s likely that you have plenty of Sigils on hand. In Mondstadt and Liyue, you can exchange these Sigils for 1,600 Mora each, but there’s a catch. Once you exchange 60 Sigils for Mora in Mondstadt and 120 Sigils for Mora in Liyue, the price doubles. In Inazuma, the process of buying Mora with Sigils is a bit more complicated — you’ll have to increase the Sacred Sakura’s Favor to level 50 before unlocking the Souvenir Shop in Inazuma.