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How to complete Stage 4

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Matt Chard

This page will guide you through completing Stage 4 “Dream Pavilion” of Theater Mechanicus: Stage of Wonders.

An image of the Dream Pavilion map.

Introduction

This stage can be pretty tough if you don’t know what you’re doing. Although the enemies come from two different sides, they have to pass through the middle lane to get to our portals. This is where we set up our defenses. If your Stick ban is Hydro/Cryo, change the Cryo Mechanici in the setup to Electro, and buff the Electro Mechanici later on instead of the Cryo. The setup can stay the same, it’s just the element and Wondrous Stick priorities that change.

Recommended Party

Characters What they offer
Genshin Impact Screenshot SucroseCharacterIconCharactersGenshinImpact.png Can manipulate the enemies by pushing/throwing them off ledges.
Genshin Impact Screenshot Her bow attacks can target and stun Ruin Guards, and her charged attack can put Cryo on enemies in an AoE.
Genshin Impact Screenshot TraveleGeoCharacterIconCharactersGenshinImpact.png Can place Geo Constructs in the path of enemies.
Genshin Impact Screenshot She can get around the arena quickly by using her Elemental Skill as well as put the Electro status on enemies in an AoE.
MonaCharacterIconCharactersGenshinImpact.png Can help Freeze enemies in conjunction with the Cryo Mechanici.

Recommended Mechanici

Mechanici Name Effects
CryoMechaniciTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Veneficus Mechanicus: Glacial Bloom Periodically fires a Frost Bullet in a straight line. Deals 50% ATK as Cryo DMG to the first opponent it hits.
ElectroMechaniciTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Veneficus Mechanicus: Furious Discharge Attacks 1 opponent at a time with a Thunder Strike that deals 80% ATK as Electro DMG.
PyroMechaniciTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Veneficus Mechanicus: Inferno Attacks opponents with Blazing Sparks that explode on hit, dealing 100% ATK as AoE Pyro DMG.
AnemoMechaniciTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Veneficus Mechanicus: Dust Devil Once deployed, the orientation can be adjusted in the construction menu to attack in different directions. Deals 75% of its ATK as AoE Anemo DMG and knocks enemies back.

Recommended Wondrous Sticks

Priority Type Element Sticks
1 FortuneIconTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.pngFortune FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Hailstones, Snowdance, Hailstorm, Floe, Quickfrost, Frostbite.
2 FortuneIconTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.pngFortune FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Bombardier, Vengeance, Silver Lining, Supercharged, Thunderstrike, Thunderstorm
3 FortuneIconTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.pngFortune FortunePyroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Pyro Orb, Inflammation, Defrost, Scorched Earth, Beacon, Wildfire, Embers.
4 FortuneIconTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.pngFortune FortuneAnemoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Hurricane, Headwind, Spring Gust.
5 MysticSticks1TheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.pngMystic Mecharepair, Mechastrength, Mechapower, Winning Strategy.

Wondrous Stick Bans

Icon Name Effect
FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Rippling Reflection Negates using Hydro Wondrous Sticks
FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Glacial Bloom Negates using Cryo Wondrous Sticks

or

Icon Name Effect
FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Rippling Reflection Negates using Hydro Wondrous Sticks.
FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png Furious Discharge Negates using Electro Wondrous Sticks.

Enemies

Wave Enemies
1 30
2 30
3 30
4 30
5 6

Strategy

Wave 1

(1 of 2) If your Wondrous Stick Bans are Hydro/Electro, use this setup.

If your Wondrous Stick Bans are Hydro/Electro, use this setup. (left), If your Wondrous Stick Ban is Hydro/Cryo, use this setup. (right)

Monster Types

Icon Name
Genshin Impact Screenshot Hilichurls

The enemies in this wave are just Hilichurls, so there’s nothing to worry about. To start, we want to place 10 Mechanici in the middle lane. From your north portal, place two Pyro Mechanic on the east panels, an Anemo Mechanici on the central panel to the west of them, rotated to face the western stairs. Then place two Cryo Mechanici on the two panels to the west of the Anemo Mechanici. We want to mirror that for the southern portal. So, place two Pyro Mechanic on the western panels, Anemo on the central panel east of them, rotated to face the eastern stairs, then finally, place two Cryo Mechanici on the panels to the east of the Anemo Mechanici.

Wave 1 Mechanici locations.

Wave 2

(1 of 2) Use this setup if your Stick Bans are Hydro/Cryo

Use this setup if your Stick Bans are Hydro/Cryo (left), or use this setup if your Stick Bans are Hydro/Electro. (right)

Monster Types

Icon Name Stick Bans
ElectroSlimesEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Electro Slimes FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
LargeElectroSlimeEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Large Electro Slimes FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
CryoSlimeEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Cryo Slimes FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
LargeCryoSlimeEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Large Cryo Slimes FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png

This wave is all about the slimes. The Large Slimes can be quite tough to take down in time, as they are shielded, and deceptively quick. For the setup, we’ll finish it off by placing an Anemo, and a Cryo Mechanici on the panels near the north enemy portal. Make sure the Anemo Mechanici is rotated to face the portal. Mirror that for the southern enemy portal, and the setup will be complete. If you have any Veneficus points over, you can start upgrading your Mechanici.

(1 of 2) Wave 2 Mechanici locations - North Portal

Wave 2 Mechanici locations - North Portal (left), Wave 2 Mechanici locations - South Portal (right)

Wave 3

Monster Types

Icon Name Stick Ban
LargeElectroSlimeEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Large Electro Slimes (Tumultuous Thunder Trait) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
ElectroSamachurlEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Electro Samachurl (Fleet-Footed) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
LargeCryoSlimeEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Large Cryo Slimes FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
CryoSamachurlEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Cryo Samachurls (Fleet-Footed Trait) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png

The only tough part of this wave is the Samachurls due to their Fleet-Footed Trait, which makes them run faster. Your setup should be fine, but one or two can sometimes get past, it depends on what Wondrous Stick you’ve had access too. If you want a 100% run, watch them closely, if they look like they’ll get through, attack them with your characters to slow them down, and/or use the device when they’re on the golden glyph platform to make them plummet to the abyss.

As the setup stays the same, enhance your Mechanici with Wondrous Sticks (keep doing this throughout the wave). For the Pyro Mechanici: Beacon (range), Wildfire (speed), and Embers (ATK up) are always great to upgrade. If Pyro Orb, Defrost and Inflammation show up, these will make it a lot easier. With Anemo, just upgrade it with Hurricane (ATK SPD), and Headwind (ATK). Depending on if you’re using the Electro or Cryo setup, pick one of the elements to focus on. For the Electro Mechanic: Blitz (range), Thunderstrike (speed), and Thunderstorm (ATK up) are always great to use. Bombardier and Vengeance are the top two to keep an eye out for, with Jolt being very useful too. For Cryo, Snowdance is almost mandatory due to its movement speed down buff, Uninhibited is great, and reduces the enemies elemental resistance. Hailstones is costly but worth it if you have the spare points, and finally, Quickfrost (ATK SPD), Frostbite (ATK UP), and Floe (Range) are all great.

Wave 4

Monster Types

Icon Name Stick Ban
LargeElectroSlimeEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Large Electro Slimes (Tumultuous Thunder Trait) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
ElectroAbyssMageEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Electro Abyss Mage (Tumultuous Thunder Trait) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
BlazingAxeHilichurlEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Ice Shieldwall Mitachurl FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
CryoAbyssMageEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Cryo Abyss Mage (Cruel Cold Trait) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png

There’s not much to say about this wave, the setup is done, and the only change is the Electro Abyss Mages, but they’ll go down with no problems. Keep upgrading your Mechanici throughout the round, and use the device if you need to.

Wave 5

Monster Types

Icon Name Stick Bans
ThunderhelmLawachurlEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Thunderhelm Lawachurl (Tumultuous Thunder) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneElectroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png
FrostarmLawachurlEnemiesGenshinImpact.png Frostarm Lawachurl (Cruel Cold Trait) (Stonebreaker Trait) FortuneHydroTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png FortuneCryoTheaterMechanicusGenshinImpact.png

For this last wave, you’ll be facing a Thunderhelm Lawachurl if your Stick Bans are Hydro/Electro, otherwise you’ll face Frostarm Lawachurls. Although these have a large shield, and high health, our setup will whittle them down. There’s only six of them in this wave, and they walk at a snail’s pace, giving our Mechanici enough time to defeat them. If one does get through, use the device to activate the bridge. Finally, make sure to keep upgrading your Mechanici, you should be able to get at least two buffs.

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    miHoYo
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  • Genre
    Action RPG, Adventure
  • Guide Release
    31 October 2020
  • Last Updated
    30 December 2022
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