Top 10 Funniest Elden Ring Bosses, Ranked – FandomSpot

What would Elden Ring be without its bosses?

Exploring the beautiful open world, uncovering its secrets and finding loot everywhere is great fun – but it would be pointless without strong bosses on the way to the Elden Throne.

Ranking the toughest bosses is easy (spoilers: it’s Malenia). But have you wondered which boss was the most fun in this game?

Let me share some of my candidates with you!

10 Erdtree Funeral Warden

Erdtree Burial Watchdog in the Elden Ring

By the time you complete Elden Ring, Erdtree Burial Watchdogs have become a common enemy – but in the beginning, they’re the perfect way to warm up and get into the spirit of things.

These cat-like statues can be found throughout the Lands, among protective catacombs and tombs.

They’re relatively easy to kill if you approach them calmly and learn to time their attacks, but you shouldn’t let your guard down around them – especially when they come in pairs.

9. Margit, the bad omen

Margit, the bad omen in Elden Ring

Margit is the boss who reminds players that Elden Ring is really a FromSoftware title.

He has remarkable range, high damage potential, and fast attacks, making him one of the biggest challenges of the early game.

This boss fight introduces the player to the cycle of death and rebirth that is at the heart of FromSoftware games. You’re forced to push your limits until you finally defeat him and feel like the biggest badass of all time.

8th. Flying Dragon Agheel

Flying Dragon Agheel in the Elden Ring

Fighting dragons on horseback is one of the core experiences of Elden Ring – and it all starts with Agheel.

Found in the Dragonscorched Ruins, this flying dragon will do everything in its power to finish you off. He breathes fire, bombards you, and performs a sneak attack, sweeping at you with his tail while attempting to bite you.

It’s a learning experience where you try many strategies until you finally settle on one that works.

Alternatively, you can summon Bloody Finger Hunter Yura to help you out, which is fun in its own way.

7. Rennala of the full moon

Rennala of the Full Moon in Elden Ring

I think the more unique a boss fight is, the more fun it is, and Rennala’s boss fight is unique.

Your task is to find the right creeping scholar to hit so you can damage their shield while your enemies throw heavy tomes at you. Rennala also uses some of the scholars as living flamethrowers, which is funny in itself.

Once you’re done with that, the real combat begins, replacing the library surrounding you with an endless field of tranquility for Rennala to display her full power with OP spells like Comet Azur, Glintstone Stars, and Shattering Crystal.

She can even send a magic dragon after you!

The contrast between the goofy first half and the painfully epic second half adds a lot to the experience.

6. Astel, natureborn of the void

Astel, Void Natureborn in Elden Ring

An optional boss that no one should miss is Astel, Naturalborn of the Void – a true eldritch abomination of the highest calibre, hiding deep beneath the surface of the Lands Between.

You can find this boss just after the Lake of Rot by taking a coffin from the Grand Cloister. It’s a big change of scenery, from the decay of the lake to the stillness of the cave.

From the moment you arrive, you are struck by the majesty of Astel, who stares at you from across the colossal battlefield as he launches his first attack.

Slowly learning its different moves and combat rhythm is what FromSoftware games are all about.

5. Malenia, Blade of Miquella

Malenia, Blade of Miquella in Elden Ring

If your idea of ​​”fun” is battling a seemingly unbeatable opponent so that you can bask in your own glory after finally defeating them, there’s no boss more fun than Malenia, Blade of Miquella .

Fast and relentless, Malenia is a technical combatant whose movements have the measured elegance of ballet but the destructive power of an ICBM.

As if dodging her absolutely busted Waterfowl Dance wasn’t hard enough, Malenia can passively restore HP and has an even stronger second phase after you defeat her the first time.

Malenia gives players a traumatic experience to bond through – and the epic story of Let Me Solo Her wouldn’t exist without such an uphill battle.

4. Mohg, lord of blood

Mohg, Lord of Blood in Elden Ring

Mohg is absolutely evil and everything from his character design to his movements during battle reflects that.

He lunges at you with his black trident and casts blood magic that sets the ground on fire to limit your mobility. Instead of burning, this “Bloodfire” quickly fills your bleed meter and deals massive damage relative to your total health.

If you somehow get past that, the guy has a second phase where he grows black wings and becomes even more aggressive.

To win the fight you will have to be patient and attentive, slowly learning the rhythm of his attacks until you can easily avoid them.

3. Patches, the unbound

Patches, the Unbound in Elden Ring

I’ve been playing FromSoftware titles since Demon’s Souls on PS3. Now, meeting Patches feels like meeting an old friend — a treacherous, cowardly, disgusting old friend.

In Elden Ring, this chance encounter takes the form of a boss fight, where the bald impostor tries to kill you in order to loot your corpse.

Classic patches.

The funny thing about this boss fight is how anticlimactic it ends. Patches begs for forgiveness whenever he feels seriously threatened, and it’s always a pleasure to watch him crawl.

What I really enjoyed was ignoring his pleas and continuing to spank him. Over 10 years of experience has taught me that nothing good comes from association with patches.

2. Star Court Radahn

Starscourge Radahn in the Elden Ring

Anyone who’s ever watched a shounen anime or an Avengers movie knows that assembling the right team of warriors is half the battle.

The Radahn Festival in Elden Ring allows players to team up with warriors of heroic caliber like Iron Fist Alexander, Half-Wolf Blaidd, and even Patches against the insane demigod of war.

Patches oddly runs away at the earliest opportunity (as expected), but hey, not everyone is made for glory.

There is no way to describe the excitement and epic feeling of attacking the fearsome medieval Hulk Radahn with this squad of villains.

1. Godfrey, First Elden Lord / Hoarah Loux

Godfrey, First Elden Lord in the Elden Ring

The fight against Godfrey, First Elden Lord is perfect from every angle.

The First Elden Lord faces the underdog who has fought tooth and nail to become the next, while the Earth Tree burns in the background. It’s the definition of epic.

Godfrey’s moves and fighting style are exactly what fans of the series want in a boss. You learn from your predecessor through combat and it’s a great time.

Things just get better as your enemy lets go of their civilized limitations, bathes in the blood of their spirit lion, and faces you as the berserker warrior Hoarah Loux.

For the most fun, don’t summon anyone for this fight. This one-on-one is the pinnacle of the game, and you owe it to yourself to earn your place as Elden Lord fairly and honestly. Top 10 Funniest Elden Ring Bosses, Ranked – FandomSpot


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