Genshin Impact Trick gives players a big advantage in Nobility and BC

A Genshin Impact video shows how to beat the Clear Pool and Mountain Cavern artifact realm much easier with a little trick.

Genshin Impact character Klee

The two main parts of building each character Genshin Impact are the weapon and the five artifacts. Farming Artifact Sets can be tricky as it includes multiple RNG layers that impact getting the right stats.

Each artifact installed in Genshin Impact has a two-piece bonus and a four-piece bonus which make the main difference between the sets. In order to collect the rewards after the domain, players must spend 20 resins.

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A post on the Genshin Impact subreddit shows a clever tip on how to create one of Genshin Impact much easier artifact domains. The Clear Pool and Mountain Cavern area requires players to defeat three different Abyssal Mages within 360 seconds in order to collect rewards. All mages have three separate elemental shields – Pyro, Hydro, and Cryo – making it much harder to beat them all at once. However, the video shows that repositioning to a certain spot in the domain makes mages very close to each other, making it much easier to break their shields.

Players should probably try to beat the Pyro Abyss Mage as soon as possible given that this realm allows it to periodically spawn fireballs that explode three times when it hits the player. Having Geo characters would also be a good idea since the Ley Line mess bonus gives a Geo damage buff. The Clear Pool and Mountain Cavern estates can drop two sets of five-star artifacts – the Noblesse Oblige set and the Bloodstained Chivalry set.

The Noblesse Oblige is still considered one of the most powerful artifact sets in the world. Genshin Impact, although it was released in version 1.0. His 2 piece bonus gives a 20% elemental damage bonus, which is a great buff for almost anyone Genshin Impact personage. The four-piece bonus increases the attack of party members by 20% for 12 seconds after the character uses their elemental burst. This artifact set is a great choice for under-DPS or support characters, like Bennett and Mona, whose impact lies in quickly removing their elemental burst before being swapped out.

Bloodstained Chivalry is great for DPS characters with a heavy emphasis on physical damage like Eula, Keqing, or Razor. The two-piece bonus gives a decent 25% physical damage bonus and players often combine it with another set like Pale Flame that applies the same buff. The four piece bonus is a great choice for Claymore users as it allows them to use their charge attack for 10 seconds without losing stamina.

Genshin Impact is now available on Mobile, PC, PS4 and PS5. A Switch version is in development.

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