How to Clear Floor 9 of the Spiral Abyss Tips and Tricks in Genshin Impact Version 3.0

How to Clear Floor 9 of the Spiral Abyss Tips and Tricks in Genshin Impact Version 3.0 ...

With Genshin Impact Version 3.0, players have moved to Sumeru, a new continent, and a myriad of new enemies, mechanics, and characters to try out. For Floors 9 and 10, HoYoverse has finally changed everything up, with 11 and 12 moving as per usual.

Each update of the Spiral Abyss system grants a unique benefit to aid you in your battles. This update is the Blessing of the Abyssal Moon: Efflorescent Moon. This buff has the following effect:

After characters give DMG to opponents with a Dendro Core (including Burgeon and Hyperbloom), their ATK will increase by 15% for 8 seconds. This effect can be activated once every 0.1 seconds.

Characters to consider

The Dendro element is a shiny new addition to Genshin Impact, the seventh element that opens up a whole new bag of team compositions. Floors 9 and 10 are your floors to test and experiment on potential team-building synergies. Here are some character recommendations to consider bringing on your Spiral Abyss adventure.

  • Dendro Traveler: The Dendro Traveler is one of the best Dendro units in the game right now. While there arent many Dendro units in the game, Dendro Traveler is currently the best way to trigger reactions that benefit from the Blessing of the Abyssal Moon. On the flip side, you might want to use Tighnari. However, he does not do well with Hydro units that create Dendro cores.
  • To pair with the Dendro Traveler, you will want solid Hydro and Electro units. Xingqiu can provide a ton of Hydro application, and Fischl is one of the strongest units to pair with Dendro units.
  • Venti, Sucrose, Kazuha: Venti will easily clear Floors 9 and 10, as these floors consist of common enemies that can easily be picked up by his crowd-control ultimate. Consider pairing him with units that synergize with freeze comps, like Ganyu, Mona, Ayaka, or Diona.
    • If you do not have Venti, Sucrose and Kazuha will also serve you well.
  • If you do not have Venti, Sucrose and Kazuha will also serve you well.
  • If you do not have Venti, Sucrose and Kazuha will also serve you well.

Floor 11: Chamber 1

Fungi and Slimes will spawn parallel to each other on opposite sides of the arena in the first half. It's recommended to go to one side and defeat each enemy in waves. These enemies will not be able to group easily, but they should die to raw damage.

In the second half, there will be fifteen Eremites that youll defeat. They will spawn in three waves of five enemies each. You can see in the above that three Eremites will spawn together. If you are having trouble defeating these enemies, you can go to the line of three enemies and the other Eremites will walk towards you.

Floor 11: Chamber 2

In the first half, you will have to face four waves of Hilichurls and Mitachurls. These enemies are weak and should be dealt with fairly easily, but it is recommended to deal with the Hilichurls first. The Mitachurls of each wave will naturally run towards you.

In the second half, you will face two waves of enemies. The first wave consists of a Dendro Samachurl and some slimes. Be sure to defeat the Dendro Samachurl first before it can spawn too many vines.

Floor 11: Chamber 3

In the first half, you will have to defeat a wide variety of Fungi and Shrooms. Be aware that the Winged Dendroshroom you defeat in the first wave can fly above, making it difficult for you to hit it from the ground. Bring a strong Bow character like Yae Miko, as this half should not be a problem.

An Eremite Sunfrost, Eremite Daythunder, and Eremite Linebreaker are three enemies you will encounter in the second half, but they can still be mutated due to crowd control abilities. Therefore, bring crowd-control characters like Sucrose, Kazuha, or Sucrose.