Welcome to our ‘Elden Ring: How To Defeat Deathbird?’ Guide. Deathbird on Stormhill, near the Warmaster’s Shack ruins. Go to the ruins near the Warmaster’s shed to battle the boss. This is a night-only enemy. This is an optional boss, thus you don’t have to beat him to win.
How to defeat Deathbird?
The Deathbird’s assault gives you the Death Blight state, which kills you instantaneously regardless of your HP. He doesn’t do it frequently, but having Rejuvenating Boluses on hand is prudent. You can also use vigor-boosting armour.
If you’re in close battle, attempt to stay under the Deathbird. This will help you evade his assaults.
Close combat is simpler without a mount, because if your horse is damaged, you have to wait till your character stands up again.
Beware of neighbouring creatures. Most likely, you’ll be moving around a lot, attracting more adversaries. Wild animals may assault you. It can disrupt your combat, but the Deathbird can kill it.
Many of the Deathbird’s strikes move back. You may take advantage of this by avoiding his legs. They’re more durable than his head, but it’s still safer.
Spirits cannot aid you in this battle. You may still play co-op.
How to fight Deathbird ?
The battle begins when you arrive at the Warmaster’s Shack late at night. Go to a neighboring clearing before you battle for good. You’ll have more freedom to move and hence less risk of slipping off a cliff. The opposing groups and wild animals may join the combat and disrupt you. The attacker usually hits with his weapon, and you can resist with a shield, however evading is better. Especially because the boss’s last combination is an AoE strike on the ground.
Watch out for the Deathbird. It’s a two-part attack, despite appearances. The opponent will next drive the weapon into the earth. This causes an AoE explosion. Then, if you’re near the enemy’s weapon, be ready for the following one. During the combat, keep lower than the Deathbird. This will help dodging. In close combat, keep your opponent near so you may sneak around his back.
The boss will occasionally scream loudly, spitting forth blight. Too much of this can fill up your Death Blight bar, killing you instantly regardless of your HP. That’s why Rejuvenating Boluses are useful.
If you need to heal, go away from the boss. You’ll get to the healing potion before he does.
What’s the Reward for defeating Deathbird?
You get a Blue-Feathered Branchsword for killing Deathbird. It’s an amulet that boosts physical defence while your HP is low.
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