Every day during the Mimi Tomo event, players have to track down and talk to some Hilichurls. They give players words and phrases that they will have to translate. One of the phrases on day 5 is Kucha Gusha.
The good news is that players are not expected to magically know what this means and should have access to the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian, which was given to them at the beginning of the even Elly Musk. They can use it to clarify the meaning.
For Kuch Gush, this phrase actually translates as “seed,” so Hilichurl wants the players to give him some kind of seed. We gave him Dandelion Seeds and he was completely happy with it and continued to provide the information we need to find the place of Hilichurl’s unusual day 5.
If you don’t have Dandelion Seeds, you’ll find them right in front of Mondstadt city gates. You can choose them by hitting Anemo’s abilities and then interacting with them.
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.