The fourth day of the Mimi Tomo event is here and some more translations are needed to reassure the helpful Hilichurls and get some information from them. Tracing the unusual Hilichurl is worth it, because players earn some primogems and nice decorations for their Serenite pot.
Thanks to the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian, which they can use to find different phrases that the Hilichurli will use. On day 4, players go through the vast majority of the task before encountering an unpleasant phrase, in this case “Gusha Celi Boya”.
Gusha means fruit from vegetables, Celi means heat or light, and Boya means red. So Hilichurl seems to be looking for red fruits or vegetables. We gave him a tomato and he was absolutely happy. If you want to do the same, you can find tomatoes in regular stores in Liyue or Mondstadt. You can also try any other red fruits or vegetables to see if it works.
Players can open the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian at any time by going to the Mimi Tomo section of the event menu and clicking on the Handbook prompt button at the bottom of the event description. There are quite a few Hilichurlian phrases, but fortunately it’s pretty easy to figure out what these little boys are talking about.