The Elden Ring boss are formidable opponents who add to the game’s difficulty. Bosses can be found in both the overworld and classic dungeon-style stages throughout the game. While certain battles are required to continue through the story, the majority are elective. Each boss has its own set of moves, gear, and weaknesses and resistances to various damage types and play styles.
When a monster is defeated, the player receives more Runes than normal adversaries in the area, and many of them give uncommon and/or wholly unique armaments, armour, magics, and other stuff. This article offers a list of few of the game’s bosses.
Elden Ring Bosses
Reward: 3200 Runes, an Ornamental Straight Sword, and a Golden Beast Crest Shield are the rewards.
Location: After leaving the Chapel of Anticipation, you’ll find yourself on the bridge.
This Elden Ring Boss has a lot of arms, extensive combos, and a painful cry. This fight isn’t anticipated to be won by you. However, you will encounter them later in the game, so employ ranged attacks, hide behind them, or bring a shield. Due to the sheer regularity and speed of their combos, they are extremely difficult to beat with only dodging.
Soldier of Godrick
Reward: Runes as a reward
Location: Stranded Graveyard is the location. When you initially wake up, go down the hole next to the sitting ghost.
This Elden Ring boss holds a greatsword, yet he’s really a jumped-up foe. To evade his running stab and stagger him, use a jumping charged strike, then counter to take the majority of his health.
Godfrey, First Elden Lord
Reward: An extra Talisman slot
Location: Leyndell, Royal Capital
Godfrey, Due to the design of the arena, this axe-wielding spirit giant is rather aggressive Elden Ring boss , but it’s relatively controllable if you spread his aggro between two people. His forward charge and stomp, which split the ground in front of him in a cone and injure you if it connects, are the moves to avoid. His axe combinations are rather easy to avoid, but he also tosses his axe and slams it down by leaping into the air. If you’re striking him and taking his aggression, keep in mind that he can abruptly spin and stomp in your way.
Reward: Remembrance of the Fire Giant
Location: East Mountaintops of Giants
For the duration of this battle, you’ll want to remain on Torrent. Although the Fire Giant is huge and his assaults cover a large area, they rarely hit the same spot where he is. That means you should stay behind him and target his left foot in this fight. Continue to hit that foot until he staggers or does an AoE. When he tucks a fire orb into the earth, it will try to follow you, so keep running if you see him reach down.
The monster is immovable in the second phase, but your purpose remains the same. Stay close to him until he launches a wide-area fire strike. Being on his side is the worst mistake you can make because he will roll over and kill you.
Margit, the Fell Omen
Reward: Talisman Pouch
Location: After the ballista at the gates to Stormveil Castle.
Items to bring: Margit’s Shackles (5,000 Runes from Patches)
Margit’s varied assault speed is the most difficult aspect of him. For example, the buildup to his club assault is slow, but then he would suddenly draw a light knife with his other hand and slice you before leaping away and tossing it at you. When you’re trying to heal after he’s leaped away, these throwing knives can be very unpleasant.
He’ll enter his second phase when he’s roughly two-thirds healthy. He’ll use the hammer, throwing knives, and a sword of light in his combos, which will be lengthier. Because he’s so aggressive, the chances of delivering damage are small, and it’s preferable to avoid his four-attack combo. If you’re having trouble, summon Sorcerer Rogier, who will assist divide his aggro a little.
Red Wolf of Radagon
Reward: Memory Stone (increases spell memory)
Location: Raya Lucaria Academy
This Elden Ring boss is a large red doggo and is the Raya Lucaria Academy’s first boss and is exceedingly aggressive. That would be OK if you were simply fighting a large angry dog, but this dog also has magic. It will summon blue swords to fire at you during the fight before jumping in to bite you. It also cuts from side to side with a red blade in its mouth before leaping into the air and slamming down on top of you. If you’re a melee player, using a summon to give yourself some breathing room is an excellent option.
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