In the Land of the Flying Dragon, you’ll come across several bosses in Limgrave, but none are as difficult as their names would suggest. The following information will help you kill the Flying Dragon Agheel, Bloodhound Knight Darriwil, Omenkiller, Tibia Mariner, and other enemies. Once you know how to kill each of these bosses, you’ll be able to tackle the remaining challenges.
Flying Dragon Agheel
The Flying Dragon Agheel is one of the toughest bosses in the game. His attack is a devastating melee ability that deals high damage. The best positioning to deal with this boss is near its back or side. This will allow you to dodge the flame attack and be able to attack as the dragon falls. You can also summon spirits to help you deal with Agheel. For example, you can use a Northern Mercenary to quickly run past him.
When fighting Agheel, it is best to use a ranged build. The fire he breaths has an extremely wide cone of effect, and will one-shot most players. The second move to use is to summon a Torrent and charge at the dragon’s back. You can also take a shot at Agheel’s health by chipping away at it with this attack.
Once you kill Agheel, you will be rewarded with a gold bar. You can use this money to buy upgrades and equipment in the area. Agheel also has a health bar, so it can be useful to keep that in mind while fighting him. If you are worried about your health, you can always use the Site of Grace to recharge HP. But be careful not to make the mistake of thinking that the Agheel will stay where it was when you attack him.
You can use a Glintstone bow to attack Agheel. This weapon is incredibly powerful and can do a lot of damage, so make sure to reposition before you attack. You should also avoid using spirits or a spirit against this boss. The fire breath attacks are tough to dodge, so be careful not to get too close to the dragon. When he uses fire breath attacks, it will use it more often, so avoiding it is essential to surviving this encounter.
Bloodhound Knight Darriwil
The Bloodhound Knight Darriwil is fought in the southern region of Limgrave, right after the Stormgate and The Bridge of Sacrifice. Upon reaching the end of the path, you’ll find the Bloodhound Knight Darriwil. He drops a Bloodhound’s Fang weapon. Taking this fight will reward you with the Bloodhound’s Fang weapon, which is useful for slaying other enemies.
Darriwil is an aggressive and nimble opponent who uses an invisible dash move to move quickly. Be aware of this, as it can be dangerous to engage Darriwil in melee combat. While it’s possible to trade hits with Darriwil, you must be ready to dodge his attacks if you want to succeed. Darriwil’s third attack can break your Pose if you don’t get away fast enough.
Darriwil’s main attacks consist of two wide horizontal slashes and a downward slash. You can also roll to the side and use a single quick slash. The Dragging Slash can cause Darriwil to become vulnerable and then disappear in a cloud of fog. Its sword can also be used in a circular sweep to deal damage from any angle.
The Bloodhound Knight Darriwil uses two retreat based abilities. He’ll occasionally jump high in the air and drop a sword, but the majority of his attacks will land with a huge chopping attack. The chopping attacks can easily hit areas directly in front of or on the side of him. If you get too close to him, you can also dodge his attacks by running away from him or attacking him.
The Omenkiller is one of the toughest enemies in the game. His attacks are devastating. He has a double slam jump attack and can one-shot a light armor wearer with two hits. He can also combo a medium armor wearer in two hits. If you’re looking to slay this boss, you’ll need to time your attack well.
The Omenkiller spawns in a large area, so be aware of the area before you engage in combat. While most of the fights can be done without any preparation, it is necessary to make a strategy for this particular boss. You will need to know how to survive the flurry of attacks, as well as how to counter them. One of the best ways to do this is to roll inward towards the boss and counter the flurry of attacks with a backstab. The boss’s attacks will stop any combo sequence you’re trying to make, and this means that you won’t have many opportunities to get a backstab.
Another notable boss in Limgrave is Deathbird. This nighttime-only boss spawns in the area surrounding the Scenic Isle’s Site of Grace. He uses the same combat strategy as the Bloodhound Knight Darriwil, only in this case, the Deathbird uses sword and claw attacks. Heavy attacks can stun Deathbird, so make sure to avoid using Heavy attacks unless you are completely prepared.
The Stonedigger Troll can be found in Limgrave’s Old Altus Tunnel. He is a giant club-wielding enemy, but unlike the Stonedigger Troll in early Limgrave, the Stonedigger Troll is a tougher enemy. While the two were similar in appearance, the Stonedigger Troll has greater health than the previous Stonedigger Troll. While he’s a tough opponent, it should not be too difficult to deal with.
Upon defeating the Limgrave boss Tibia Mariner, you will obtain Deathrooth, Runes of the Dead, and the Skeletal Militiaman Ashes. You can also find runes by killing the Tibia Mariner in the Summonwater Village. In addition to Deathrooth, Tibia Mariner drops the Skeletal Militiaman Ashes and Tibia’s Summons spells.
The Tibia Mariner is an optional boss. He is located northeast of Summonwater Village, near the limits of Caelir. You can use Lone Wolf Ashes to distract skeletal soldiers, and melee users can attack from behind when it dives down. Its range makes it easy to avoid, but his attacks can be extremely powerful. You should take a few seconds to kill this limgrave boss before attempting to go to the Legacy Dungeon.
To get around his teleporting attack, you can distract undead skeletal warriors with spirit ash or Lone Wolf Ashes. It is possible to ride up to Tibia Mariner and hit him a few times. Be aware that he can summon more skeletons at will. While he doesn’t have a huge health pool, you can use spirit ash or Lone Wolf Ashes to avoid his attacks.
The attack of the Tibia Mariner is one of the most effective ways to kill limgraves. It’s a wide-ranging area-effect attack that will deal moderate damage to everything in its immediate vicinity. This attack also frequently takes out nearby skeletons. Although it’s not ideal for killing the boss, it can be used to get a few free hits in if you stick close to it.
The Stonedigger Troll is a dungeon boss in Limgrave that is found in the Old Altus Tunnel in the Altus Peninsula. These trolls can be very tough to fight because they are resistant to most weapon damage, but there are ways to make the fight easier. One way is to use spirit ashes, which can chip away at the Stonedigger Troll’s health bar. You can get these ashes from Northern Mercenary Ashes, which will give you an advantage in the fight.
To deal with this boss, it’s important to learn how to dodge his attacks. First of all, a troll’s attacks have a wide area of effect, so you must be extra careful to avoid them. In addition, the troll’s attack moves are much slower than other bosses, so you need to time your moves carefully so that you avoid being hit by the troll’s attacks.
When facing a Stonedigger Troll, prepare for the fight by using tanky spirit ashes. These ashes will help you distract the Stonedigger Troll while you chip away at its health bar. Spirit Jellyfish Ashes can be obtained at the Stormhill Shack in Limgrave by conversing with Roderika. Lone Wolf Ashes can be used to create a chain of slam combos, but they have a long recovery time. Regardless of which spirit ashes you choose, make sure to prepare beforehand so you’re fully prepared to fight him.
The final boss in Limgrave Tunnels is the Stonedigger Troll. These troll bosses use two-handed weapons and magic attacks to attack their victims. You need to have a high stamina level to dodge their attacks. However, if you want to take down this troll, it’s worth taking the extra time to avoid his attacks. If you’re not sure how to kill him, you can find a guide online.