Sons of Valhalla – Bosses Guide

Valgard Boss

Phase #1:

Valgard starts off with a big spin move. He’s gonna be super tired right after, so that’s your chance to hit him. He’ll switch between light and heavy hits, and sometimes, he’ll try to jump at you. If you chill long enough, he’ll spin again. You can block everything he throws at you.

Phase #2:

Valgard’s back at it with the spin move unless he just did it. Now, he’s tossing his axe, and you can’t block that. Keep on your toes.

Phase #3:

No more spin to win. Now, he’s chucking barrels at you from the side.

Bishop Elmold Boss

Phase #1:

Bishop Elmold comes in swinging his flail around. He’s gonna mix up light and medium attacks. If you’re too far, he’s gonna spin that flail again. Block away, all his stuff is blockable.

Phase #2:

Ditches the light stuff for a big hit that leaves him open. If he’s near benches, he’ll grab them and go to town until they break. Blocking eats up more stamina, so maybe just dodge.

Phase #3:

His buddy makes chandeliers drop. Watch for the red circles to know where they’ll fall. Elmold’s got a charge and a rug pull move now, needing some space to work. Can’t block the chandelier or rug pulls. No more bench attacks.

Bloodhound Boss

Phase #1:

Bloodhound sticks to basic attacks but will dodge behind you if you go for heavy or block too much. Might dodge light attacks, too.

Phase #2:

Releases a hound you gotta beat. The hound bites and lunges if you back off. Bloodhound fights like before.

Phase #3:

Another hound to beat. Bloodhound gets a new attack that’s telegraphed but does big damage. Still, you can block it without extra stamina.

Sir William Boss

Phase #1:

Starts with a charge. Then, it’s light attacks till he charges again if there’s enough room. Blocking the charge depends on how far you are.

Phase #2:

Just basic attacks that are hard to block. He’ll try to parry your light attacks, but heavy attacks get through after the first hit. He’s slow, so ranged attacks are good. He can heal up once.

Phase #3:

Adds a double attack to the mix, but it’s pretty much the same deal as phase 2.

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