The fourth day of the Mimi Tomo event is here, which means translating more phrases for Hilichurly. This is the second phrase players need for the fourth day. 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 “Lata Boya Sada”.
Lata Boya actually means color and means blue. Set on the other hand means hard or hard. So we can figure out that Hilchurl wants something hard and blue. Interacting with them will recall your Invectors and you can pick them up and place them. We went with Crystal Chunk, which meets both requirements. Then he will give you the place and time to find the Unusual Hilichurl on the 4th day.
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.