- Tue Nov 13, 2018 12:31 am #16076423
After trying every other strategy online and having them fail me I eventually found one that worked for me. Bonfire, human, summon both NPCs, run through level until falling off of last ledge which leads to the fog gate and wait to recuperate and allow the NPCs to catch up. Then fight the 3 humanoid enemies and the sandworm. Go to fog door, heal if necessary and enter. Allow things to happen and evade until heavy armor ****** is preoccupied and then use a fast weapon to do backstabs or attack, always leave enough stamina to roll or run away and take a breath, also not allowing him to switch focus. If he does then run past your allies and then away after he refocuses and then keep going. Kill him first. Then hopefully you have at least one ally left at this point and kill the dual wielding knight. Take it slow. Run away to heal if you get to half of hp. Then use magic or arrows on the the third guy.
- Mon Mar 16, 2020 8:25 am #16191905
I see people complaining that they're hard that's only the case if you fight them straight.These we're my approach: 1.Int/Strength-Old knight hammer,staf of Wisdom and alonne great bow.Third dragon ring and soldier ring for weigh and wearing the lion mage set any low weight head gear.Run in circles and each lap stamp the great bow user,repeat till it dies next the guy with the katanas keep going in circles and looks for openings between attacks and stamp him then roll away quickly,my hammer broke and watching the timing i started to use the great bow till it died nxt the Havel turtle this one can be done straight joust dodge and shower it with soul lance. 2. Strength/Dex(50). go below 30% weight capacity again I used the dragon ring and soldier ring,my weapons were Heide Lance and Black bow and a stamina Regen shield.Joust keep rolling in circles shooting the nearest one and stabbing the great bow guy each time it got in the way then proceed to roll after the only one remaining was the Havel bait the jumping attack and back stabb it or cheese it with poison arrows.
- Tue Apr 28, 2020 9:57 am #16207445
Is it just me, or does Rockshield Baldyr seem incapable of stepping on the elevator near the bonfire? I've noticed that if I get past him, hit the switch, and wait that I can use the elevator as a 'safe' zone that Baldyr has to run all the way around to get to me.