Genshin Impact: Kucha Gusha and Mosi Aba Nunu Meanings
Mimi Tomo Event Day 5 guide.
Have you been struggling to find the meaning for the Kucha Gusha Genshin Impact phrase from the Mimi Tomo event? How about Mosi Aba Nunu? Hopefully, we have all the answers.
Genshin Impact has been around for less than a year, but the game already has a huge community of players that would love to explore its ever-growing world and find new puzzles to solve and new quests to complete.
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The Genshin Impact Mimi Tomo event has been live for over five days now and every day you need to talk to a Hilichurl and hand over to him whatever that he needs. However, you first need to understand his language.
What Does the Kucha Gusha Genshin Impact Phrase Mean?
Hopefully, the game has already granted players a dictionary of Hilichuri words that can be used for good any time in the game. One of the Day 5 words to translate in the Mimi Tomo event is Kucha Gusha.
If you can’t access your Handy Handbook of Hilichurlia, we have the meaning for you. Simply put, Kucha Gusha means “seed.” So, the only thing you need to do is to hand over a seed item to the Hilichurl that asks for Kucha Gusha. Keep in mind that the word “Una Gusha” has the same meaning as well.
What Does the Mosi Aba Nunu Phrase Mean?
The second Day 5 phrase that you’re going to hear from the second Hilichurl is “Mosi Aba Nunu.” This means “from after sunset until late night.”
All you need to do is to set your in-game clock to around 22 and then head towards the lake at Tianqiu Valley, where you will find an Unusual Hilichurl to defeat.
Genshin Impact is now available for free on PS4, PS5, and PC.