With people who made Dark Souls and Game of Thrones working on Elden Ring, you can be sure that they made some great bosses, especially tall ones.
Since it came out in February 2022, Elden Ring has caused a big stir in the gaming world. The people who made Dark Souls and A Song of Ice and Fire worked together on the game in a way that no one expected. The fantasy epic was directed by FromSoftware star Hidetaka Miyazaki, and George R.R. Martin was in charge of building the world.
The end result is a complex fantasy world with gods, huge monsters, and hard choices for the main character to make. Elden Ring is known for having almost an infinite number of possible endings and a large, well-textured map. It also has a number of enemies that are too tall to fight.
The Regal Ancestor Spirit Doesn’t Quite Live Up To Its Name
The enemy in the Hallowhorn Grounds is, as you might expect, a very scary monster. The creature is a reanimated corpse of what looks like a giant deer. It is one of the most frightening examples of an Ancestor Spirit.
This ghostly figure with a lot of horns stands 22 feet tall and can be fought as a boss if the player wants to. When trying to kill this undead creature, holy and fire-based attacks work best. This boss has a bad habit of quickly healing up in the middle of a fight if the player doesn’t keep attacking it. This is one of the most frustrating things about it.
Dragonlord Placidusax Has Two Malevolent, Gigantic Heads To Tangle With
This two-headed, murderous dragon is no slouch in battle, and it’s a nightmare for people who don’t have lightning or fire resistance. Even though you don’t have to take on the Dragonlord, he is an interesting character who adds to the history and lore of the Elden Lords.
At 43 feet, this monster is a lot bigger than the player and looks like it could be dangerous. After killing the Dragonlord, the player will get the Remembrance of the Dragonlord item. The Crumbling Farum Azula is where you can find this boss with two heads.
Astel, Naturalborn Of The Void, Makes For One Of The Strangest Bosses
This strange alien monster destroyed one of the Eternal Cities long before the players met it. Astel is one of Elden Ring‘s most dangerous and unusual threats. It has a lot of legs, a huge, potentially deadly tail, and a head that looks like a human skull.
Astel is a force to be reckoned with. At 69 feet tall, he is huge. Astel lives in the Grand Cloister, and you can get there by going through the Lake of Rot, which is a good name for it. The player doesn’t have to fight this strange enemy, but if they want to see the Age of the Stars ending, they must.
Elden Beast Makes For A Fittingly Huge Final Boss
The Elden Ring‘s scary true form makes it one of the most exciting and important boss fights in the game. To finish the main storyline, the player has to face this terrible thing head on. Being the servant of the Greater Will and a living example of order.
The Elden Beast is one of the strangest and most memorable designs in Basket Random game. It is 85 feet tall and looks like a strange mix of dolphins, an amoeba, space, and a lot of wings. The fact that the Elden Beast shows up right after the player beats Radagon of the Golden Order only makes its boss fight more difficult.
Fire Giant Gives Surtur A Run For His Money On The Size Front
Fire Giant is the only giant left from the old war against the big people. He is almost like Robert Neville. In a strange way, the Fire Giant has not just one, but two faces. One is on his head, and the other is on most of his torso. Fittingly, the huge monster can be found on the Mountaintops of the Giants, where the player must kill him to move forward in the game’s main story.
With a height of 115 feet, the beastly titan is hard to beat. The dreaded scarlet rot is the fire-spewing, club-swinging monster’s kryptonite, but he can also be hurt by other poisons. When the player kills the Fire Giant, they get a consumable called “Remembering the Fire Giant.” This item could give the player the power of the colossus they just killed.
Greyoll Is Enormous, Even By The Standards Of The Lands Between
The boss dragon is huge, but you don’t have to fight it if you don’t want to. Only the Erdtree is bigger. Greyoll lives in Caelid, which is one of the most scary places on the map. All of Caelid, which is east of Limgrave, has been shaken by the scarlet rot, which has given it an unnatural red color. Even though it looks bad and has a huge dragon, the land is full of zombies, which makes it hard to get to the huge dragon.
Greyoll is a huge bird with a wingspan of 856 feet and a height of 282 feet when she is standing on her back legs. When the player beats the huge boss, they get a lot of runes. This makes her a popular battle for players to look for. In many ways, Greyoll’s five dragon children are the most dangerous thing to deal with, since each one makes up 20% of the big beast’s health bar. Once all five children have been killed, Greyoll can be killed with a single blow.