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Can you Parry Laurence the first vicar?

Can you Parry Laurence the first vicar?

He can&#;t be parried.

Who killed Laurence bloodborne?

He also encouraged his members to divulge in the Old Blood as well (as seen with Vicar Amelia). Unfortunately, Laurence was inevitably corrupted by the Old Blood, and became a Cleric Beast. He was killed (Unkown exactly by who) and his deformed skull was placed in the Grand Cathedral.

Did brador kill Laurence?

It&#;s pretty much the scandals of all scandals for the Church. So Brador, being a good hunter for the Church, slays Laurence. Afterwards the Church is happy that Brador killed Laurence before the news got out but at the same time he killed their beloved leader and knows of their most terrible secret.

How do I make a cheese bloodletting beast?

&#; If he starts to spit at you rush ahead, hit him and dodge away until you are back at a safe distance. &#; If he does the 2-swipe attack stay out of range of the first swipe, dodge forward past the second swipe, hit him in the face and back away. &#; If he keeps walking hit him in the face.

Can you become a beast in bloodborne?

To start, you&#;ll first need the Beast&#;s Embrace Oath Rune that can be obtained by defeating Laurence, the First Vicar. Once he is defeated, head back to Hunter&#;s Dream and equip the Beast&#;s Embrace Oath Rune. Once you&#;ve done that, you will transform into a beast!

How do beast blood pellets work?

Description. Large medicinal pellets, supposedly formed of coagulated beast blood. Ripping apart the flesh of one&#;s enemies and being rained upon by their splattering blood invigorates one&#;s sense of beasthood, feeding strength and euphoric feeling alike.

How long does fire paper last bloodborne?

60 seconds

Where do I go after blood starved beast?

Go inside the corridor which has opened at the cathedral ward lamp. Go inisde the elevator (Btw, there&#;s a secret exit aswell inside that elevator). Once you are on top of it. You can explore things but you wont go anywhere.

How do you farm insight?

Gain Insight

  1. By entering most Boss arenas. (
  2. By beating Bosses. (
  3. By defeating bosses as a summoned guest in multiplayer.
  4. By successfully killing another player using the Sinister Bell.
  5. By consuming a Madman&#;s Knowledge.
  6. By consuming a Great One&#;s Wisdom.
  7. By consuming a One Third of Umbilical Cord.

Can you buy Bloodstone chunks?

Blood Stone Chunks can be bought from the Insight Merchants in the Hunter&#;s Dream after The One Reborn has been defeated. It can also be found as rare drops from many enemies &#; including the following: Cain&#;s Servants found in Forsaken Castle Cainhurst. Gargoyles found in Forsaken Castle Cainhurst.

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Bloodborne: How To Beat Father Gascoigne

By Issy van der Velde

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Father Gascoigne is the first real challenge in Bloodborne, and this is how you beat him.

Bosses are the highlight of FromSoftwaregames. They’re a chance to prove your mettle and use everything you’ve learned to take down a tough foe. They are also infuriating if you just can’t quite get the hang of them. Each boss requires a different tactic, mastery of a different game mechanic.

RELATED: Top 10 FromSoftware Bosses (Demon's Souls Through Sekiro), Ranked

Father Gascoigne is the second boss in Bloodborne, or the first if you didn’t stumble upon the Cleric Beast. This fight is designed to test you on the fundamentals of Bloodborne, so if you aren’t too sure what they are, you’ll struggle. Here’s everything you need to know to beat him.

Father Gascoigne is a hunter, like you. That means he’ll be coming at you with the same tools and weapons you have access to. This fight is designed to teach you about the basic Bloodborne mechanics and how they differ from previous Souls games. You can’t just dodge roll anymore, you need to parry and rally. Gascogine wields a Hunter Axe and a Hunter Blunderbuss. His fight has three stages.

Stage One - Axe and Gun

In this phase, he’ll use both his axe and gun in devastating combinations. If you charge straight at him he’ll shoot and stagger you, so approach from the sides or rear to land an uninterrupted hit. After a couple of blows, he’ll disengage and fire his gun, so don’t get greedy and make sure you dodge to the side or behind him, not straight back. The best thing to do in this stage is to stagger his attacks with a well-timed gunshot. This will allow you to do a visceral attack and do massive damage.

Stage Two - Transformed Axe

Once you get his health down by about a third he’ll transform his axe into its two-handed variation. In this phase, he’ll use large, sweeping attacks to try and keep you away from him. His range is pretty good and his front and side defense is great, so try and stay behind him to get your attacks in. Staggering him is still the best tactic here though. His attacks have a long and obvious wind-up, so exploit them and rip his guts out. Stay behind him or stagger him and you’ll get through this phase okay.

Stage Three - Beast Mode

Once you get him below half health, Gascoigne will transform into a rampaging beast. This is here to teach you that this game and its inhabitants are messed up. He’ll ditch his weapons entirely and transform into some sort of horrific werewolf, snarling, clawing, and kicking his way towards you. He is brutally fast in this mode and his claw attacks can combo you very easily, so watch out. He is especially susceptible to fire in this form, as all beasts are, so douse him and oil and throw some molotovs at him if you want an edge. He can still be staggered, although it’s a lot scarier trying to do it to a rampaging beast than a dude in a cloak.

General Tips

Be aware of your surroundings. Getting caught on the gravestones can get you killed, especially if you get stuck when trying to run from a beast combo. Try and stick to his back and sides, taking advantage of the rally mechanic to regain your lost health before you decide to break off and heal with a vial. Also, if you have the Tiny Music Box, it can be used to stun him three times in the fight, but this will make him transform earlier, so use it wisely.

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How to Kill Father Gascoigne in Bloodborne

Unless you know Bloodborne inside and out, there’s a good chance that Father Gascoigne is going to be the second boss you fight, and there’s even more of a chance he’s going to give you some issues. As part of PlayStation Plus for March, Bloodborne is up for grabs for anyone brave enough to take on the twisted city of Yharnam. For anyone who’s struggling with the Father Gascoigne fight, we’ve got some handy tips to help ease the pain.

How to Kill Father Gascoigne

Figuring out how to kill the Cleric Beast should have taught you the art of dodging and attacking a boss, and now the Father Gascoigne fight is going to teach you the art of parrying. No matter what gun you chose at the start of the game (Blunderbuss or Pistol) you’re going to be able to use it to interrupt an enemy’s attack, opening them up for a brutal visceral counterattack.

Before you even consider fighting Father Gascoigne, it’s a good idea to level up and completely search the area for any items you might need or characters you can talk to. In terms of leveling up, increasing your Vitality is always a good decision, as more health means you can take more hits, and Endurance is also a must, as it allows you to make more attacks before running out of stamina.

It’s also a good idea to speak with the inhabitants of Yharnam, especially the little girl who can be found by progressing through the sewer section beyond the Great Bridge. Speaking with her will net you an item called the Tiny Music Box, which, when used from the equipment bar, will stun Father Gascoigne when he’s in his beast form. This will give you time to get in a flurry of hits, potentially securing the kill.

As for actually fighting and killing Father Gascoigne, when you first enter, he will be in human form where he attacks like any other hunter: using a trick weapon and gun. He will attempt to parry your attacks, so be mindful of his blunderbuss and try not to spam attacks. However, the main element to this section of the fight is to parry him – keep an eye on his weapon and look for the perfect moment when he’s mid-attack to fire a shot and then follow up with a visceral attack. A good moment to look out for is when he transforms his Hunter Axe into the long-form version; though the attacks become more powerful, they are performed slower, giving you a larger window to parry.

While in his human form, you can use the tombstones to your advantage. Position any of these tombstones between you and Father Gascoigne to give you a moment’s peace to heal up. Unfortunately, these tombstones can be smashed by Father Gascoigne after he transforms into a beast.

You can only use the Tiny Music Box once per fight, so use it wisely!

Speaking of Father Gascoigne turning into a beast, this section is probably the most difficult part, as he becomes ferocious in his attacks, and hyper aggressive. Watch out for his flurry of attacks, as well as his leaping attack he’ll use to get close to you. A headset like the Stealth , with its virtual surround sound, will help you hear when he leaps off the ground, giving you a good signal for when you should dodge out of the way before he lands.

When Father Gascoigne is in his beast form, scroll to the Tiny Music Box and activate it when you get the chance. As soon as your hunter finishes using the item, run to Father Gascoigne and get in as much damage as you can while he’s grabbing his head. You can even use Molotov cocktails for some increased damage while he’s stationary. You can only use the Tiny Music Box once per fight, so use it wisely! Though the tombstones can be destroyed by the beast-form Father Gascoigne, they can still be used as temporary protection.

Hopefully, if you’ve managed to string together enough parries and used the Tiny Music Box, you should be able to kill Father Gascoigne. At this point, you can run up the stairs and jump onto the roof below and collect the red brooch to take back to the little girl. Father Gascoigne is a major spike in difficulty for any hunter new to the city of Yharnam, so if you managed to take him down, take a moment to celebrate and then continue the good hunt.

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Bloodborne: kill the Cleric Beast and survive the creature's enrage mode

This article explains how to kill the Cleric Beast and survive the creature's enrage mode in Bloodborne, following on from surviving Central Yharnam and kill the Henchmen.

If you're interested in more advice, our complete Bloodborne walkthrough and for the DLC our The Old Hunters guide and walkthrough can help.

Up until now you'll have noticed quite a lot of differences between the fights of Bloodborne and those in the Dark Souls series. The bosses, however, pack a familiar challenge, although the Cleric Beast isn't quite as terrifying an encounter as its appearance might first suggest. You'll want to go into this challenge prepared, but you shouldn't have too much trouble picking off this boss if you follow our advice.

How to kill the Cleric Beast in Bloodborne

First of all, get up close to the Cleric Beast, and then wait just long enough for the boss to pull its arm back and prepare to strike. As it does so, quickly get into position behind the enemy and hit him hard and fast with your regular attack. As long as you're behind the Cleric Beast, you'll avoid the worst of its damage, so always keep one eye on your positioning. When the Beast looks around again, simply repeat the process and keep whittling down its health.

If the course of battle has led you to have some distance between you and the boss, be aware that the creature can make use of a lunging attack that will close the gap and ruin your face in short order. Don't panic if you see the Cleric Beast telegraph this move by jumping up though. Just wait a moment, then dodge constantly until it comes back down to earth. Just make sure you don't dodge out of the way too quickly, or the Beast will hit its target.

How to survive the Cleric Beast's enraged mode

At a certain point, you'll have done enough damage to cause the Cleric Beast to enrage. When this happens, get well away from the boss to avoid the worst of its super-charged attacks. After a lot of thrashing around in the immediate vicinity, the Cleric Beast will eventually revert back to its normal state. Get back into position to the creature's rear and carry on as normal until the creature eventually dies.

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It's important to manage your positioning relative to the environment, as well as the Cleric Beast. It can be quite easy to find yourself stuck between the walls, the nearby objects, and the boss itself. Should you end up trapped at any point, turn off the camera lock and dodge away from the obstacles until you've shaken yourself free of the problem. You really can't afford to stay trapped for long at all, as the Cleric Beast will make short work of your health bar given a decent opportunity.

When the monster finally falls to the floor, you'll see a Great Bridge lamp in the centre of the area you're in. Light it up, then go back to Hunter's Dream. Even though the enemies will respawn by returning there, you'll be able to level up your character using the Insight skill earned for killing the boss. It's always worth doing so before heading into a new, nightmarish section of the game.

- The next part of our walkthrough explains how to find the Tiny Music Box.

- You can find the rest of our Bloodborne walkthrough from the first page of this article.

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#1 golguin

I went with Waste of Skin as my starting class and first boss is literally making me rage (fought him 20+ times). I know how to parry and riposte the boss (at least I think I do because he goes into stunned state and I hit for around dmg), but the damage I'm doing doesn't make sense for a 1st Souls boss. I'm hitting the guy for around 30 dmg and a quick estimation of his health after an opening parry of makes it seems like he has around HP. After the first parry he enrages and stays enraged so I don't see many parry opportunities after that.

This can't be right can it?

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#2 Zevvion

I haven't played the game yet, but I'm gonna say there is something you are missing. Soul Level 1 runs show you don't 'need' to level at all. Especially this early, being underleveled shouldn't give you insane trouble.

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#3 nophilip

I fought the first boss at level I had upgraded my saw cleaver once. Not sure how, but I beat him on the first try. Make sure you buy the set of gear from the shopkeeper in Hunter's Dream, because it's dramatically better than the stuff you start with.

The second boss gave me a bunch of trouble. Took about 10 tries.

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#4 golguin

@nophilip said:

I fought the first boss at level I had upgraded my saw cleaver once. Not sure how, but I beat him on the first try. Make sure you buy the set of gear from the shopkeeper in Hunter's Dream, because it's dramatically better than the stuff you start with.

The second boss gave me a bunch of trouble. Took about 10 tries.

I haven't bought any gear. That might be it because his hits just wreck me and the low dmg dealing on my part from Waste of Skin isn't helping.

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#5 nophilip

@golguin: I found that when I fought him, his quicker attacks did maybe 1/5 of my bar and were pretty easy to recover from. It was only his bigger wind-up/glowy attacks that did dangerous levels of damage, and I found those pretty easy to avoid once I saw them.

So yeah, it sounds like a lack of armor is doing you in.

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#6 Lukeweizer

At a couple points in the fight, he'll drop to his knees and seem to catch his breath. If you run up to his head and press R1 (while not moving maybe?) you'll do a flashy critical hit. Other than that, just keep dodging and only attack when you feel comfortable. No more than 2 hits. Going for a 3rd usually gives him time to wind up an attack and hit you as you're recovering from your 3rd attack.

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#7 Sterling

I just stayed under him and behind him. He barley hit me. And I would do a quick combo and then dodge around. I never did more than 45 damage. It took a while.

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#8 golguin

@nophilip said:

@golguin: I found that when I fought him, his quicker attacks did maybe 1/5 of my bar and were pretty easy to recover from. It was only his bigger wind-up/glowy attacks that did dangerous levels of damage, and I found those pretty easy to avoid once I saw them.

So yeah, it sounds like a lack of armor is doing you in.

First time after getting all armor and HE'S FUCKING DEAD. No gun, no molotov, no parry until end (parry caused him to enrage with broken face). This boss gets crazy if you parry him at the start. My final move was a parry on his ass to kill him though. My hands are shaking. Also got it all on stream :D.

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#9 Getz

Upgrade your weapon, dodge more. I dunno what else to tell you.

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#10 Rafaelfc

Goddamn Cleric Beast.

Makes me miss the Capra Demon.

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#11 Do_The_Manta_Ray

@golguin: Congratulations, fella! Yeah, getting that armour set turns the game around. I will however encourage you to use parrying on upcoming bosses, the next one in particular.

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#12 golguin

@do_the_manta_ray said:

@golguin: Congratulations, fella! Yeah, getting that armour set turns the game around. I will however encourage you to use parrying on upcoming bosses, the next one in particular.

The problem with the fight was no armor and using a parry at the start so the whole fight was enraged. No parry meant his moveset was manageable.

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#13 SubliminalKitteh

cleric beast is first boss difficulty wise, Papa G is the second one if that helps, also get the music box to help in the Papa G fight third phase

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#14 Crembaw

Supposedly oil urns and firebombs really wreck Cleric Beast's face. I'm about to try that myself after devoting some time to upping Vitality.

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#15 slyspider

I used to play ranged mage in souls games. This whole forced melee thing is killing me and the first boss is fucking me so hard

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#16 pyrodactyl

Try different tactics. When you're having trouble with an enemy use different types of attacks. Fire, slashing, piercing, blunt and try out different weapons. The axe is just the best early game weapon IMO but go with what you like best.

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#17 Karkarov

@crembaw said:

Supposedly oil urns and firebombs really wreck Cleric Beast's face. I'm about to try that myself after devoting some time to upping Vitality.

Yeah, 10 molotovs and some oil urns will obliterate him. I had actually fought him all the way down to like 30% before I even tried then I finished him in 3 molotovs from there. Cleric is not really hard, you just have to stay behind him and outside his front arc.

The guy Penguino thought was the first boss though is a beast, took me three attempts. The souls he rewards are laughable too. Mostly my experience with this game so far is this. If it is a monster it is a chump unless it moves fast or has a gun+range on you (that includes bosses). Anything that looks or acts like a hunter your ass is about to be handed to you on a platter (unless you are co oping) hope you got max healing pots going in.

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#18 golguin

@subliminalkitteh said:

cleric beast is first boss difficulty wise, Papa G is the second one if that helps, also get the music box to help in the Papa G fight third phase

I killed him without the music box, but I just saw someone use it while helping to coop the boss. Interesting thing. Need to get it.

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#19  Edited By Musubi

So I don't know if you guys are talking about the same boss but the first one I got to was in some graveyard and he looks like another hunter and is super aggressive. Is that the first boss? Or did I miss a turn somewhere? Cause I don't see where else I could go.

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#20 Karkarov

@golguin said:

@subliminalkittehsaid:

cleric beast is first boss difficulty wise, Papa G is the second one if that helps, also get the music box to help in the Papa G fight third phase

I killed him without the music box, but I just saw someone use it while helping to coop the boss. Interesting thing. Need to get it.

I am so happy I play these games blind and offline first time. Got no clue what you are talking about, feel great I took him down the old fashioned way.

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#22 Seikenfreak

Hmm. Just did it on first try surprisingly. Level 10 with no upgrades or anything I guess. I did find a set of Hunter's Armor in a sewers area. I used up a bunch of vials I guess but the gist of it was just dodging and then I'd find a moment and say "F IT!" and charge in, smash him up, and usually when I'd do the vertical slice (Im using axe) and hit his face, he'd drop down and then you can walk up and R1 him in the face to do a bunch of damage. Normal attacks weren't doing jack. Didn't do any parry's that I'm aware of.

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#23 Bocam

@demoskinos said:

So I don't know if you guys are talking about the same boss but the first one I got to was in some graveyard and he looks like another hunter and is super aggressive. Is that the first boss? Or did I miss a turn somewhere? Cause I don't see where else I could go.

That's the second boss

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#24 Musubi

@bocam said:

@demoskinossaid:

So I don't know if you guys are talking about the same boss but the first one I got to was in some graveyard and he looks like another hunter and is super aggressive. Is that the first boss? Or did I miss a turn somewhere? Cause I don't see where else I could go.

That's the second boss

Well shit the hell did I miss then? I did this in Dark Souls 2 as well. Somehow my dumb ass always manages to find ways to get to places I'm not intended to be in yet with these games.

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#25  Edited By DookieRope

This is my first souls game and I haven't even found a second lantern yet. My choice is now 2 giant werewolves or creepy basement. I chose the werewolves the first time. I'm going to try the basement.

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#26 ASilentProtagonist

@nophilip: Once the boss gets in that stage he annihilates me. I kinda dislike farming for blood vials it's kind of annoying, but should be remedied when enemies drop more souls later on.

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#27  Edited By Fredchuckdave

@golguin: Optional Tough fight but I think the two wolves are actually harder if you fight them both at once at low levels. The boss gets easier at like 70% as far as I can tell (whereas a later boss gets ridiculously hard at 30%). Oh right the lock on button is basically a "kill yourself" button in a lot of scenarios.

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#28 Brendan

If your thread title posts that you may be "underleveled"you should probably post your level.

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#29 Karkarov

@asilentprotagonist said:

@nophilip: Once the boss gets in that stage he annihilates me. I kinda dislike farming for blood vials it's kind of annoying, but should be remedied when enemies drop more souls later on.

farming vials is pretty easy once you unlock the shortcut to the central yharnam (sp?) lantern. You just go there, go through the short cut to the elevator. Couple big guys that are easy to pick off one on one. They normally drop 2 or even 3 vials per kill.

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#31 ASilentProtagonist

@karkarov said:

@asilentprotagonistsaid:

@nophilip: Once the boss gets in that stage he annihilates me. I kinda dislike farming for blood vials it's kind of annoying, but should be remedied when enemies drop more souls later on.

farming vials is pretty easy once you unlock the shortcut to the central yharnam (sp?) lantern. You just go there, go through the short cut to the elevator. Couple big guys that are easy to pick off one on one. They normally drop 2 or even 3 vials per kill.

What i do, but load times make it more annoying lmao. Without spoiling where can i upgrade, or will it come eventually? My weapon broke too

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#32 Karkarov

@asilentprotagonist said:

What i do, but load times make it more annoying lmao. Without spoiling where can i upgrade, or will it come eventually? My weapon broke too

I haven't seen a way to upgrade vials yet but I am just running around Old Yharnam/Cathedral. I have found a "stronger" healing item but it is no where near as plentiful. You can upgrade weapons pretty much right out the gate once you visit the dream that second time. It is that work bench on the right side wall of the church in the dream. You can repair there too.

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#33 Zella

Wait Papa G isn't the first boss? Yep this is a Souls game alright. I haven't even seen Cleric Beast yet.

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#35 Karkarov

@zella said:

Wait Papa G isn't the first boss? Yep this is a Souls game alright. I haven't even seen Cleric Beast yet.

No he is definitely the first real boss, he is technically the second one you are intended to encounter. He is almost as tough as Flamelurker for when you meet him, almost. Probably about on par with Smelter, maybe a little lower.

I wouldn't say that the villager dudes are not exactly posing a big threat outside of the ones in huge groups like 4+

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#36  Edited By Fredchuckdave

@karkarov: Well I mean in general not counting birds/solo villagers (of the weakest variety)/similar tripe. I'm pretty sure a wolfmanguydude could take on like 6 or 7 consecutive big fat guys and win for comparison's sake.

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#37 Karkarov

@fredchuckdave said:

@karkarov: Well I mean in general not counting birds/solo villagers (of the weakest variety)/similar tripe. I'm pretty sure a wolfmanguydude could take on like 6 or 7 consecutive big fat guys and win for comparison's sake.

Lol fair enough. I find slow movers in this game a joke. There are two variety short fat guys, and stupidly tall giant dudes. Giant dudes you just circle strafe with a decent weapon (I like the spear saw) and the short ones you just two hand charge hit them with the Kirkhammer. Once you have the timing down you almost never get hit and if they live through the first hit at all the second one will end it.

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@demoskinos said:

@bocamsaid:
@demoskinossaid:

So I don't know if you guys are talking about the same boss but the first one I got to was in some graveyard and he looks like another hunter and is super aggressive. Is that the first boss? Or did I miss a turn somewhere? Cause I don't see where else I could go.

That's the second boss

Well shit the hell did I miss then? I did this in Dark Souls 2 as well. Somehow my dumb ass always manages to find ways to get to places I'm not intended to be in yet with these games.

I'm in the same boat. I kept wondering why something wasn't adding up.. My first boss was also Papa G, and I beat him on the third try. I had him on the second one but I suddenly lost camera lock and as I was desperately trying to click in R3 to gain lock again AND avoid his attacks the camera just kept centering instead. Good ol' Souls camera..

It took two parries in his third phase and that was it.

Guess I missed the doggy thing on the bridge.

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#39 Karkarov

@humanity said:


It took two parries in his third phase and that was it.

Why do you guys keep saying that ;p? You can't parry in BB. You can stagger them if you hit them with a charge attack from behind or at the right timing though.

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#40  Edited By Humanity

@karkarovsaid:
@humanitysaid:

It took two parries in his third phase and that was it.

Why do you guys keep saying that ;p? You can't parry in BB. You can stagger them if you hit them with a charge attack from behind or at the right timing though.

Well I call the gun shot a parry because it's essentially a parry.

Thanks to the power of the PS4 I was able to record my amazing fight as I cheese him first two phases by running around some tombstones, but here is the part where I "parry" him.

EDIT: I can't seem to Spoiler block the video so here is the link in case someone didn't fight him yet.

LINK

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#41 Krullban

@karkarov: because it's a parry. It's literally the exact same thing as the souls game just you use a gun instead of a shield.

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Edit: Nevermind. Think I remembered.

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Bloodborne PS1 Demake: Cleric Beast Gameplay

Bloodborne: how to beat the Cleric Beast boss

Bloodborne's first major boss is the Cleric Beast. Let's do it.

The Cleric Beast is Bloodborne's first real challenge, apparently. You are permitted to weep a little at this stage. To be honest, it's less traumatising than the trek you've just made; there are no Netherbeasts. If you are successful - when you are successful - you'll earn the Sword Hunter Badge.

This boss isn't required to finish Bloodborne. If you really can't handle it, feel free to continue on to the next section of the walkthrough. The second boss is mandatory.

How to beat the Cleric Beast boss

While the Cleric Beast is scary looking, it's not too hard to kill. Its attacks are surprisingly easy to dodge: get reasonably close, and then when it winds its arm back, circle behind it and give it a good smacking.

While you're lurking behind the Beast you won't be hit by any of the boss's major attacks; you may take a few minor hits as the creature turns, but you can Regain the lost HP by attacking swiftly if necessary.

It's far more dangerous to stay at a distance in this battle; the Cleric Beast has a jumping attack which can be deadly. If you see the beast leap, pause, and then dodge; it will land exactly where you were standing. Don't just start dodging immediately, or it will get you anyway. You'll see what we mean, probably.

Unfortunately, it's not as easy as it seems at the start: once you've inflicted plenty of damage on the Cleric Beast it becomes enraged. You need to back off now: the Beast's swiping and ground pound attacks both require you to stay at a longer distance - be aware that the Beast can inflict damage while withdrawing its hand from the ground after the slam, so don't rush in too quickly.

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Happily, the Beast will eventually calm down. When its tantrum ends, go back to paddling its bottom on the regular until it falls down dead. Note that in this final stage the Beast has one more clever trick; if you stand directly in front of it, it will grab you and give you a very nasty whack of damage from which it's difficult to recover.

All in all, the greatest threat in this battle is the environment; it's annoyingly easy to get stuck on the geometry, at which point the beast will have you pinned and hurt you very badly.

You can easily stun the Cleric Beast by targeting its head (lock on and flick the right analog stick upwards) and firing three times. It will drop to its knees, and you have a very short window in which to Visceral Attack it in the face. This is significantly easier than getting the timing right for a standard Countershot set up, but is very difficult if you don't have a firearm with decent range, as you need to get the shots off quickly.

After defeating the Cleric Beast you'll find a new Lantern, which you should activate immediately, even if you don't want to go back to Hunter's Dream right now.

On to Part Central Yharnman to Father Gascoigne.

Back to Bloodborne guide.

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