Superconduct is the elemental reaction between Electro and Cryo. It deals AoE Cryo damage and reduces the enemy’s Physical resistance.

Superconduct on its own is not a powerful elemental reaction. The main benefit is the massive Physical resistance reduction. This is why most Superconduct archetypes are built around dealing Physical damage. The debuff also has a long duration. So it only needs to be refreshed once per rotation.


The example teams are not intended to be the best for that specific archetype. Some of them are strong, while others are just fun teams that will struggle in the highest levels of the Abyss. Some archetypes are weaker than others, as they don’t have a strong roster to draw from. But that doesn’t make them less enjoyable to play in the overworld.

We tried restricting each team to no more than two limited 5* units.

All the archetypes have multiple lineups that work. Use these guides to help you experiment with your own teams!


The basic Superconduct team is comprised of 2 Electro and 2 Cryo units. This makes use of both respective resonances.

The on-field Physical DPS should be either Cryo or Electro, with whatever element isn’t in the 4th slot.

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Mondstadt Physical (Example Team)

Mondstadt Physical has Fischl and Beidou as off-field Electro units.

Mika as the attack speed buffer, healer, and with higher Constellations, Physical damage buffer.

Rosaria is the main on-field, Physical DPS.

Fischl Mika Rosaria Beidou


The Lumberjack archetype uses Dendro as its Third element, introducing the Quicken reaction.

The on-field Physical DPS should be Dendro or Electro, so they can trigger Quicken.

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Student & Teacher Superconduct (Example Team)

In the Student & Teachers example team, the teachers, Lisa and Nahida, are off-field applicators for their respective elements.

The student Layla provides a hefty shield and Cryo for the Superconduct reaction. Since Cryo doesn’t react with Dendro and Superconduct doesn’t need to be triggered often, the Cryo unit doesn’t need strong application.

Finally, the student Razor is the main on-field Physical DPS, dealing both Electro for Quicken and Physical damage in tandem with his Burst.

Lisa Layla Razor Nahida

Ice Miner

The Ice Miner archetype uses a Geo character in their 3rd slot.

The on-field Physical DPS can be Cryo, Electro, or Geo. There isn’t much synergy between Geo and Superconduct, but this team is strongest when the on-field Physical DPS is also Geo to make use of the Geo resonance.

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Physical Zhongli (Example Team)

Physical Zhongli has Fischl as the off-field Electro unit.

Mika provides an attack speed boost and healing.

Yun Jin gives flat damage to Zhongli’s normal attacks as well as for the Geo resonance.

Zhongli is the main on-field DPS, with his shield further reducing Physical resistance.

Fischl Mika Zhongli Yun Jin

Ice Road Trucker

The Ice Road Trucker archetype has an Anemo unit driving Cryo and Electro, causing more Superconduct reactions.

The on-field Physical DPS should be Anemo, Cryo, or Electro.

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Knights of Superconduct (Example Team)

The Knights of Superconduct has Mika provides an attack speed buff and Cryo.

Jean should go 2nd, after Mika, so she’ll swirl the Cryo. Both helping him with Cryo application and reducing Cryo resistance.

Lisa is the off-field Electro character.

Eula is the on-field Physical DPS. Her Cryo damage will also be buffed from VV shred.

Lisa Mika Eula Jean


The Freezegun archetype aims to trigger the Superconduct reaction on Frozen enemies.
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Freminet's Freezegun (Example Team)

This example team has Mona applying a powerful Hydro aura as well as buffing the team’s damage.

Fischl provides the off-field Electro.

Xingqiu provides off-field Hydro and a bit of healing.

And Freminet is the on-fielder, driving both Fischl and Xingqiu as well as making good use of Superconduct’s physical reduction.

Mona Fischl Freminet Xingqiu