How to Clear Floor 12 of the Spiral Abyss Tips and Tricks with Genshin Impact Version 3.0

How to Clear Floor 12 of the Spiral Abyss Tips and Tricks with Genshin Impact Version 3.0 ...

Each new update brings a fresh face to the Spiral Abyss, including new enemies and challenges. This floor requires a mix of heavy single-target and AoE damage, so bring a wide variety of different characters to meet the DPS checks required on this floor. Some of these enemies are beefy, so youll need well-built characters to complete this rotation.

Each Spiral Abyss update gives you a unique ability to aid you out 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 triggered once every 0.1 seconds.

Each Spiral Abyss floor has a Leyline Disorder that might help your team. However, unlike most Floor 12s, you do not receive an additional bonus. This means the only buff you'll receive for Floor 12 is through the Blessing of the Abyssal Moon.

Characters to consider

The Dendro boost from the Blessing of the Abyssal Moon only benefits certain Dendro comps, so you'll want to bring a Hydro unit if you're planning on using Dendro characters. Dendro characters are currently difficult to come by in Version 3.0, so you should plan on having a team that does not utilize a Dendro character. Here are some characters to consider when planning for floor 12:

  • You will want to utilize ranged characters on this floor, particularly for Floor 12-1-1 and Floor 12-1-3 where enemies can float up into the air.
    • Tighnari + Fischl makes a great core that can disable the Ruin Drakes found in the first half of Floor 12-1. A Ganyu Freeze team will also work great on the first floor, as these enemies are not immune to Freeze and you will want a team with high AoE damage.
  • A Geo team is a strong option for the second half on this floor, especially with the presence of the Primo Geovishap. In particular, Arataki Itto + Albedo + Gorou makes a fantastic core that deals sufficient single-target DMG required to burst through the bosses found in the second half.
  • As always, a National team with a Xiangling + Bennett + Xingqiu core is always strong. Raiden Shogun, Tartaglia, Kamisato Ayato, Kazuha, Sucrose, etc. can be flexed on either half of this floor. Bennett in particular can be used to cleanse many of the debuffs present on this floor.
  • Tighnari + Fischl makes a great core that can disable the Ruin Drakes found in the first half of Floor 12-1. A Ganyu Freeze team will also work great on the first floor, as these enemies are not immune to Freeze and you will want a team with high AoE damage.
  • Tighnari + Fischl makes a great core that can disable the Ruin Drakes found in the first half of Floor 12-1. A Ganyu Freeze team will also work great on the first floor, as these enemies are not immune to Freeze and you will want a team with high AoE damage.

Floor 12: Chamber 1

In the first half, you will have to defeat two waves of Ruin Drake enemies. The first wave consists of Ruin Drake: Earthguards, while the second wave consists of one Ruin Drake: Skywatch. Hitting the glowing eye of these enemies will disable them, allowing you to get easier hits in. Tighnaris Elemental Burst can also automatically disable these enemies.

Two waves of enemies will be encountered in the second half. The first wave consists of a Fatui Skirmisher: Electrohammer Vanguard and a Fatui Skirmisher: Pyroslinger Bracer.

If you can defeat the Fatui Skirmishers swiftly, they will jump back when you attack them and spawn an Elemental Shield once their HP drops below a certain point. Bringing Hydro units for the Pyroslinger or Cryo units for the Electrohammer is unnecessary.

If you cannot defeat the Pyroslingers swiftly enough before they spawn their shields, try bringing a Hydro unit for this floor.

Floor 12: Chamber 2

In the first half, you will have to defeat one Mirror Maiden, one Fatui Electro Cicin Mage, and two Eremites. When you spawn and begin the battle, the Mirror Maiden will spawn in front of you, and the Electro Cicin Mage will spawn behind you.

We advise turning around and heading straight to the Electro Cicin Mage. She will spawn flys or her Elemental Burst, and the Mirror Maiden may also teleport in your direction, allowing you to suffer AoE damage.

In the second half, you will have to defeat one Primo Geovishap. Bringing at least one Geo unit to trigger the Crystallize reaction helps you meet the DPS check significantly, as this boss will have a counterable attack that deals significant DMG if you have a shield. (The Crystallize shield counts.)

Floor 12: Chamber 3

In the first half, you will have to confront six enemies in two waves. This obnoxious floor is adorned with a Primordial Bathysmal Vishap, Rimebiter Bathysmal Vishap Hatchling, and Bolteater Bathysmal Vishap Hatchling in the first wave.

Each enemy can wreak havoc on your progress in many ways. The Bathysmal Vishap can increase your cooldowns, the Rimebiter Vishap Hatchling can apply Cryo on your team while also leaving you vulnerable to being frozen, and the Bolteater Vishap Hatchling can decrease your Elemental Burst.

The Bathysmal Vishap Hatchling is a good option if you are avoiding getting caught up in its Elemental Burst drain.

Winged Dendroshrooms, Winged Cryoshrooms, and Grounded Hydroshrooms are all part of the second wave, which has more difficult enemies than the first, but you can be frozen if you leave the Cryoshroom alive.

The second half is dedicated to the Jadeplume Terrorshroom world boss. If you inflict this monster with the Pyro element, you will create additional enemies, but these enemies aren't very powerful or annoying, so be cautious when bringing Pyro units if you have significant single-target damage (Hu Tao and Yoimiya, for example).

Electro units will become awakened and have an unusual attack pattern. However, after a while, they will collapse, allowing you to deal significant damage. Follow this guide for further information on this boss attack pattern.

In Genshin Impact Version 3.0, you'll have successfully defeated the Jadeplume Terrorshroom. Take the Primogems and prepare for the next cycle, which will certainly pose a new challenge for you and your characters.