You are in a fight with the legendary boss Astel, Naturalborn of the Void. It deals physical damage, teleports, and uses a tail attack. However, you should be aware of how to deal with its attacks. Below are some tips for fighting the Astel boss. Using these tips will make your fight more successful. This boss is difficult to kill. Its best attacks include teleportation and tail attack.
Astel is a legendary boss in Elden Ring
Astel is one of the hardest legendary bosses in the game. He is a colossal arcane being armed with a giant sword. His attacks deal heavy Holy damage. Players can approach Astel either from close up or from a distance, but they should always be in range of its attacks to avoid being hit. When the boss is in melee range, they should dodge to the left or right, but Astel can also launch them into zero gravity and slam them back down for massive damage.
While Astel may be an optional boss, players must defeat him in order to complete Ranni’s questline and unlock his ending. To find Astel, players must travel to the Ainsel River. After defeating Ranni, players must pass the Grand Cloister and the Lake of Rot. Then, they must search for a coffin that leads them to Astel. Astel is a difficult fight, but it is well worth it once you get used to his moves.
Astel has many grab attacks, ranging from powerful to weak. The most difficult attack Astel can perform is the Teleport Grab, which can crush Tarnished. It is crucial to dodge this attack as quickly as possible. If you miss, Astel will crush you with its jaws. Astel’s attacks can be quite difficult to avoid, but players will soon get used to it. If they are properly prepared, they can even avoid Astel’s attacks by avoiding the teleport grab.
It deals physical damage
Astel is a large boss that deals physical damage, and she uses a combination of pincers and tail to attack and deal significant damage. Astel’s tail can easily kill a player with low health. She can also attack from a distance, and can use her tail to stun enemies. The best way to avoid this giant is to stay a safe distance from her and keep your distance.
Astel’s attacks are very quick and will deal a lot of physical damage, so players should focus on their movement and use spells and Elden Ring Weapons to avoid being hit. Although Astel is resistant to most status effects, she will be hurt by poison, scarlet rot, and bleeding. Thankfully, she can be dodged and rolled through without too much trouble, but her physical damage is enough to kill you.
Astel’s physical damage is quite high, so melee users should use the Holy Damage Ashes of War or Halo Scythe to attack her. Due to her unusual form, Astel’s legs and arms are vulnerable to physical damage, so it’s best to avoid them. Astel’s wings, on the other hand, are the most protected area, so attacking them will be much less damaging.
Astel is a void creature with the ability to teleport. This ability is a great way to move and to dodge enemy attacks. Astel creates a massive black hole by teleporting from one location to another. Once it has teleported, it will repeat this action four times. This attack will stun enemies near Astel and allow the player to dodge the next one.
The Astel natural born of the void possesses a very strong and unique skill that can cause massive damage. When used correctly, this skill can be devastating when it works in a group. Astel will use her powerful hand to create a ring of purple light. This ring of light will cause players to be sent into zero gravity, and they will be slammed back down again for massive damage.
Astel, Naturalborn of the Void teleports during battles. Using her ability to teleport above you is a great way to get a kill and stay alive, but it is possible to dodge-roll to the left in order to avoid this meteor show. If you are not able to dodge roll, the best way to survive this attack is to use timing. Astel will teleport to the left when she hits you, and she can also pass through if you time it right.
Astel natural born of the void possesses a unique ability to teleport. When Astel teleports, a sphere explodes above its body, signalling the player’s arrival. Once Astel has reached 50%, she will begin to teleport. When Astel teleports, her spells will be used as well. It is recommended to learn how to deal with this spell.
It uses a tail attack
The Astel natural born of the void uses the tail attack as a primary method of damage. The tail will gather energy in the air above the target, and the attack will cause massive damage to anything that gets in its path. The attack also deals great damage to nearby enemies. This attack is extremely terrifying, but it is effective when used properly. The player can avoid the Astel’s tail attack by dodging or running out of its range.
The tail attack is an AoE damage attack from the Astel. This attack starts with a purple glow, and the tail is then used to launch a physical attack. If the Astel is attacking from above, he will tend to give himself a second tail swipe. Astel’s tail is also extremely effective against ranged opponents, so it is important to avoid its strikes.
The tail attack is an upgraded version of the Waves of Darkness attack. This attack creates two to three shock waves that increase in size. The waves are too fast to dodge, even for medium builds, and can cause damage to players in the middle. The shield will help mitigate the effects of the attack. This attack can be blocked and Astel can use a bigger version of it that has a larger radius.
It uses Meteorite of Astel
Astel is one of the toughest creatures to kill in the game, and her lethal attack occurs at half-health. Her meteor shower is a meteor storm that materializes over Astel, crashing down on whoever is in front of it. While the Meteorite of Astel can help Astel damage enemies, it also eats away at the character’s stamina and health. In order to block the meteors, you must have a full stamina bar. You can also dodge the meteors and use spells to damage Astel.
Astel is an adamant enemy, so it’s best to use the skills to your advantage. His attacks are quite detailed and vary in shape and direction. His most dangerous attack is a three-hit AOE combo, which expands its range with every strike. This attack will knock targets down, but Astel will then levitate six limbs before landing on the ground.
The Meteorite of Astel is an item that can be used to attack Astel. The Meteorite of Astel is a very useful item, as it can reduce Astel’s mana usage, enhance your magic damage, and boost your intellect. You can also use the Meteorite Staff to attack Astel. While it’s not recommended for a high level astral warrior, the Meteorite of Astel can be used for combat in the game.
It spawns purple meteors
The Astel is a purple-colored monster. Before each of her attacks, she creates purple orbs and levitates them before bursting out with a powerful three-hit AOE combo. Her attacks also cause an explosion and a diamond-shaped mist that erupts above the floor. This attack requires the player to time their dodges and timing is key in avoiding Astel.
Astel is very tricky to hit. Its head is a bit tricky to hit, but its several grab attacks and gravitic attacks deal high damage. It also glows purple in the area around its head. This makes it a great target to sneak up on, but it can also be devastating. Its purple meteors can be devastating when landed upon, so be careful. A dodge into Astel’s head is key in avoiding its attacks.
Astel’s Gravity Shockwave is one of her common attacks. When the opponent is hit with this attack, a purple orb will form around Astel’s hand. A second one will form behind it, and the third one will explode diagonally, leaving a trail of purple energy that can damage opponents. However, it’s best to dodge the first one. Astel can also slam her tail twice, but it’s shorter than the first.
Astel’s teleportation move is a great defensive strategy, as it can knock the enemies back and deal light damage to them. It will only hit you when you’re within range of it. You can avoid this attack by using an upgraded Mimic Tear Ashes or Halo Scythe. Astel has devastating long and mid-range attacks, so you’ll need to be very good at rolling and dodging.