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The sword itself made this easy mode. If that's not resistant, then I'm having a stroke, because I don't understand words anymore.
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First time going through this, I suspected who Lapp really was and that he was faking it, so when I went up to the ledge, I was half-expecting him to kick me in the ass and watch me fall, then go back to his world. Would have made me laugh my ass off, but then I wouldn't have had his badass tanking during this fight and it would have been muuuuuch harder.
This boss was a joke with the 2 NPCs, did it first try. Doesn't even need players help. I doubt i could ever solo it though.. What a cheap way to put 'difficulty' into an otherwise fun fight. This is the Ludwig of DS I imagine I won't beat these phockers for like another month no matter how hard I try, and will eventually finally by luck kill it. The first phase is kind of hard, this prince phase though is just mental. I would really like to kill em so I can just continue on through the dlc and get wrecked some more. Got this guys 1st try going in blind and with no summons.
Am i missing something? I made the mistake of killing the Demon from Below first. I'm comparing all bosses to Freide from now on, 10 being Freide. Optional - however, must be defeated in order to reach The Ringed City. I am just gonna assume whoever wrote this was high AF. Sign In Help Sign Out. Toggle navigation. Search Results. Strategies Video Strategy.
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In conjunction, the below includes a playbook:. The boss fight will open up with both the Demon In Pain, which is on the right, and Demon From Below, which is on the left. The Demon From Below will be glowing a bright color, and this is a sign that he is doing melee attacks, and berserking at you.
He will start off with a delayed jump attack. Roll into his safe spot, which is his rear and side pelvic region, and get in some hits. In some moments, the Demon From Below will stop glowing, but his brother will start to glow. This means you should focus on the currently glowing brother, as you have to kill both enemies anyway. When a demon is spraying toxic, he is more open to being hit, but it is easy to get flanked by the berserking demon.
If you can, hit the demon's head to stun and riposte him for bonus damage. If you can, try to kite the demon who is charging and throwing melee attacks at you so they are separated. This fight is largely about timing stamina. The bosses want you to think that you can deplete your meter, but their follow up combos are extremely powerful HP damage per attack easy and you really don't want to get hit by those. Using a shield here will be foolish, as your stamina will be too drained to do the maximum of five rolls needed to attack.
The timing for these demons' attacks is among the most irregular in the whole game. You have to really be conscious about your dodges because the Demons try to roll-catch, and wait for you to dodge so they can hit you on recovery. Still talking phase one, the demons will alternate between glowing bright and berserking, so once you punish, get in position to efficiently attack the other Demon.
Sometimes, they will both berserk. During those times, just back off, focus on avoiding damage, and let one of them calm down so he won't interrupt you while you are hitting the berserking Demon. Two things you can also do is again use the charging demon to separate from the other demon, to buy you some time for hits, as these demons are most dangerous when they are together, hitting you. If you have the charging demon blocking the other demon, you can hit the body part closest to you to minimize the chance of being hit. Very often, hitting the distal portion of its arm will allow you to hit without being hit through the demon.
Now for phase two. The Demon's special attack is either going to be a persisting beam, or a shower of fireballs, followed by an AOE, and floating chaos fireballs. It doesn't matter which one you kill first, but the laser beam demon Demon From Below, I think has a much bigger opening, as he is sedentary for about ten seconds while he is firing his laser in a three attack combo which, I think ends in an AOE. Again, always leave enough stamina to dodge roll up to five times, because any of the three Demons in this fight can kill you in two hits, easy.
For all three parts of the fight two demons, one demon, then demon prince , keep your punishments short, and focus on out-lasting the bosses. Log in with Facebook. Email address. Log In. First Name. Last Name. By signing up, you agree to receiving newsletters from Rotten Tomatoes. You may later unsubscribe.
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