Elden Ring Player Cheeses Commander Niall Fight: FromSoftware’s action RPGs are often very hard. And players have two options for bosses: practice hard to learn their moves and beat them after a long time or come up with a unique way to win by accident. Players of the Elden Ring have been busy with both options and have since shared their stories.
There are a lot of bosses in Elden Ring, and they can be terrifying if the players aren’t very well-prepared for them. Fortunately, players can go to almost any area at any time. They can go back to old sites when they’ve leveled up and found new weapons to make boss fights more even.
Instead, one player has shown how they used cheese uniquely to defeat an enemy. That they couldn’t beat the old-fashioned way.
Redditor u/H3NRY-56 has a crazy idea for defeating Castle Sol’s Commander Niall.
H3NRY-56 shows “the ultimate cheese” as they shoot arrows into a small hole in one of the castle’s brick walls repeatedly. It said that the commander of the Elden Ring, Niall, stands and waits patiently outside of this hole until the players come to his boss arena.
Because Commander Niall is there, H3NRY-56 can take advantage and slowly but surely defeat him from a long way away.
Commander Niall is the second of two bosses that players can choose to fight in Elden Ring.
The first is Commander O’Neil, who lives in the eastern Caelid’s Aeonia Swamp. Commanders O’Neil and Niall both call in helpers at different points in their boss fights. And they use AoE attacks that hit with different strengths.
O’Neil moves base on the scarlet rot that he got from Niall’s whirlwind sprints. Isn’t that what H3NRY-56 shows? It shows that Niall’s attacks can altogether avoid by players who stand on a nearby ledge and use the environment.
Players who want to get into the Consecrated Snowfield by combining the two halves of the two Haligtree Secret Medallions will need to go to Elden Ring’s Castle Sol. Which is on the north side of the Mountaintops of the Giants. Then, they can get to the secret option prompt at the Grand Lift of Rold.
Castle Sol is where Elden Ring’s ghostly Banished Knights live. When the player gets angry at them, they instantly warp to the player and can be a constant bother. If they aren’t each defeated as the player moves around. But Castle Sol is just one of many places in Elden Ring’s Lands Between that have dangerous enemies. And players may also find more cheese to use in other places.
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