The latest boss is here. To help you, we have a full Genshin Impact Bathysmal Vishap herd guide. This guide will help you defeat the boss easily.

The newest update for Genshin Impact brought with it a number of exciting changes and additions. Inazuma’s Watatsumi Island, which lies below the ancient ruins of Enkanomiya, is the star of this update. 

The players should be well acquainted with many fearsome foes in Enkanomiya by now, but it introduces two new types of enemies: Rimebiter (Cryo) Bathysmal Vishaps and Bolteater (Electro) Bathysmal Vishaps. Geovishaps are found roaming around many sites in Enkanomiya as common enemies as cave-dwelling cousins of Geovishaps. Enkanomiya’s new farmable boss is formed by two special Bathysmal Vishaps.

Genshin Impact Bathysmal Vishap herd Guide
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Genshin Impact Bathysmal Vishap herd Guide: Location

Players must first finish the global quest From Dusk to Dawn in Byakuyakoku before encountering the herd. Players may find the boss at Dainichi Mikoshi, Enkanomiya’s artificial sun, if they’ve completed the criteria. In addition, the player’s regional map will display the boss symbol. 

In combat, the herd will employ a strong cleaning shower assault, which will be predicted by a purple orb. If this strike hits, a portion of the player’s Elemental Energy will be depleted. If the player does not have enough Elemental Energy, they will instead lose their health.

Genshin Impact Bathysmal Vishap herd Guide: How to defeat

In order to destroy the Bathysmal Vishap Herd in combat, players should form a team that includes Pyro and Geo characters from Genshin Impact such as Hu Tao and Zhongli, as well as a healer and an energy-generating character. When the boss fight begins, players must avoid the herd’s Cryo and Electro attacks, which will drive them to leap to the opposite end of the fighting field.

Genshin Impact Bathysmal Vishap herd Guide
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Another assault that players may readily avoid by sprinting around the arena is Spike Field. One of the enemies will bury his tail in the ground, forming a Spike Field, which should signal the player to begin running. Meanwhile, the Bathysmal Vishap Herd boss’s Spinning Sweep attack does AoE Cryo or AoE Electro damage.

The Bathysmal Vishap Herd will sometimes stop attacking the player as the conflict in Genshin Impact develops. Players should take advantage of this pause to strike with a variety of attacks. When the battle proceeds, one of the creatures will leap onto one of the arena’s stone pillars and begin firing Electro missiles.

After then, players should demolish the pillars in order to weaken the adversary before striking directly. It’s worth noting that after one of the two foes is beaten, the other will leap into the water and unleash a Critical Assist attack. This move summons three homing shards that, if landed, do Cryo or Electro damage. This assault can be dodged or shielded by the player.

Eat food

In addition, players can eat food in Genshin Impact to boost their attack before entering the combat and better their chances of defeating the boss Bathysmal Vishap Herd. Players will be awarded Dragonheir’s False Fin ascension material if they defeat the boss. The player does not receive an accomplishment for beating the Bathysmal Vishap Herd, unlike other bosses.

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Your team’s health will be kept topped up by Jean and Kokomi, who are both excellent healers. While Jean depends heavily on her Burst to heal (which can be risky if her Energy is constantly depleted), using her Burst even once often is usually enough to heal a team to full health. However, Kokomi doesn’t suffer from this problem at all, and her Skill as well as her Burst can provide immense healing.

Bringing Raiden to this fight is a great idea. In addition to having high Energy Recharge, she can also help your other team members charge up their Bursts. Despite its resistance to Electro, the Bolteater Vishap is still vulnerable to Raiden’s burst, so he should not be used instead of the Cryo Vishap.

Barbara’s sole flaw is that she has a low Energy Recharge, which might be an issue if you don’t have any other healers. She may also utilize her Skill to give your character the Wet condition, rendering you vulnerable to the Rimebiter Vishap’s Frozen or Bolteater Vishap’s Electro-Charging. You must be particularly cautious if you want to get the advantages of Barbara’s treatment. If this seems untrustworthy to you, you might want to choose Diona, Sayu, or Bennett as Four Star healers instead.

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