Genshin Impact 2.1 is a free-to-play, side-scrolling platformer with RPG elements. The game has over 100 levels, each of which have their own unique boss fight. To defeat Floor 11 of the Spiral Abyss, you must use the grappling hook to reach the top and then jump into the hole in the ceiling to clear it out.
If you can pass Floor 10 of the Spiral Abyss at this time, you should have no trouble tackling Floor 11. And if you can get the maximum number of stars on Floor 10, you should be OK on Floor 11. Floor 11 features “three rooms,” each featuring a separate battle, similar to the previous floor. To earn the most stars and maximize your prizes, defeat each chamber within a specific period of time.
Floor 11’s “Leyline Disorder,” which introduces a new “Corrosion” mechanism, is a novel and difficult addition to Genshin Impact. Because it delivers harm to all of your characters via shields, the “Corrosion” mechanism places a greater focus on healing.
When you beat an opponent, your whole group becomes “Corroded.” Your party members will lose HP per second once Corroded, and your active party member may die as a result of the Corrosion. Each Corrosion has a 10-second duration and may be stacked. This implies you’ll need more than shields to make it through this level. A minimum of one healer is required.
Consider the following characters:
You can’t simply depend on a shielder because of the Corrosion mechanism. (This isn’t to say that a shielder isn’t useful; there’s still a lot of leftover damage from the monsters on this level.) All you have to do now is link your shielder with a healer.) Consider the following personalities to accompany you:
- Bennett / Diona: A common belief about this floor is that a healing-focused character, such as Kokomi or Qiqi, is needed on this level. However, if you’re doing enough damage, the heals from Bennett and Diona should enough. (Diona even comes with a shield as an added layer of defense.)
- Noelle and another Geo character: Especially if your Noelle is at Constellation 6, Noelle and another Geo character is a surprisingly easy combo. If she is, you may use her as a primary DPS, a shielder, and a healer all in one. She particularly excels on this floor, allowing your squad to fill a lot of spots. You may pair her with another Geo sub-DPS, like as Albedo, or bring Zhongli along for additional Geo DMG and shields.
- Kokomi: If Bennett and Diona aren’t able to give the heals you need, Kokomi is a viable alternative. Due to the prevalence of Pyro opponents, she’s very useful on your second team.
- Jean: Jean is unquestionably one of the most valuable healers on the court. She cleanses, delivers decent burst damage, and heals the whole team. She looks great on this floor and is a better choice than Qiqi.
Additionally, your characters’ HP and DPS checks will be increased on this level. To do as much damage is possible, you need bring a powerful primary DPS like Ayaka, Xiao, or Ganyu. Sucrose, Venti, and Kazuha are still generally useful anemo displacers.
1st Floor, Chamber 11
All of the adversaries will arrive in waves for each half. Each half has a large number of opponents, with 20 in the first half and 15 in the second. You do, however, have 300 seconds to achieve a flawless clean on this level, which is plenty of time. I was able to swiftly clear out the enemy while maintaining contact with Bennett (using Tartaglia, Kazuha, Xiangling, and Bennett) and Jean (using Yoimiya, Fischl, Venti, and Jean.) If your DPS isn’t as high, though, you may take your time.
When an adversary is vanquished, corrosion begins to play a role. You don’t need to hurry since you have plenty of time. You’ll suffer more damage the more opponents you kill. In between waves, take some time to recover.
Chamber 2 on the 11th floor
This chamber works similarly to the previous one. There are a lot of opponents to kill, which means you’ll be taking a lot of damage. This chamber is similar to the previous in that if you can’t eliminate foes fast enough, take your time and heal when you can. If you’re having trouble staying alive or doing enough damage in a timely manner, leaving one opponent alive to heal your squad is a viable option.
The Pyroslinger is worth noting. If you don’t have a high DPS and don’t defeat this opponent quickly enough, he will build a powerful Pyro shield and absorb much less damage. It’s not the end of the world if he loses his shield, but it’s best to concentrate on him first so he doesn’t totally eat up your time.
3rd Floor, Chamber 11
With both opponents having a lot of health, this is the Spiral Abyss’ first major DPS check. Fortunately, since there are fewer opponents to contend with, the Corrosion impact isn’t as strong. With just three minutes to achieve a flawless clear, you don’t have as much time.
On the first room, having an Anemo character will significantly assist you in grouping up these annoying monsters. If you leave them alive for too long, they will sabotage your time by calling a swarm of flies and shields. Make every effort to prevent these foes from getting too far apart. They have a lot of teleports, so gathering them together and killing them before they can teleport is crucial if you want to have a nice day.
For the Pyro Slimes in the second half, a Cryo DPS like Ayaka or Ganyu, or a Hydro DPS like Tartaglia, is helpful. Because the Geovishap has a lot of HP, this level should be reserved for your squad with the greatest DPS.
After clearing Floor 11, you’ll be ready for the game’s most difficult challenge: Floor 12.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you beat the abyss Herald floor 11?
There is no way to beat the Herald floor 11, as it is a level that cannot be beaten.
How do I clear my Genshin 11 2?
You can clear the Genshin 11 2 by either holding down the power button for 10 seconds or holding down the reset button.
What is the easiest way to clear a spiral abyss?
You can use the jump button to clear a spiral abyss.