Auriza Hero's Grave

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A tomb found on the outskirts of the Royal Capital. Larger than most catacombs, this was built to honor a fallen champion and is heavily guarded to this day.

Auriza Hero's Grave is a Location in Elden Ring. The Auriza Hero's Grave is found in the eastern section of the Capital Outskirts. Players can reach this location by following the main path within the outskirt walls, all the way to the east.

 

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Auriza Hero's Grave Walkthrough

Before heading here, make sure you have one Stonesword Key ready to use on an Imp Statue. Upon arriving, you'll find the Site of Grace for this location. On the left side of an altar, you'll see an arch doorway that is blocked by a white fog. Use the Stonesword Key on the Imp Statue and inside that room, you'll encounter two Basilisk enemies. There's a corpse here that you can loot to find the Golden Epitaph weapon.

Now head west where you'll need to traverse some slopes that head down to the lower section of this location. As you move towards the slope, a large environmental hazard, a Chariot, will appear. This isn't the only Chariot that will appear; there will be multiple ones as you progress.

Method 1

On this first slope sprint down and about halfway, move to the corner on the left or right to take cover. There will be two Skeleton enemies that will reanimate when you come around the corner depending on the section you dive into. Wait for the Chariot to move past you and run all the way down till you reach the first set of pillars and arches. Stand directly under this arch for now. 

Next, you'll have to go up a second slope. The two Chariots won't hit you if you're standing in between the pillars on the right or left side.

Wait for the second Chariot to go up, move up along with it to the flat top area and run into the far corner.

Method 2

Run down the slope on the right side, ducking into cover as needed. Wait for the Chariot to pass then run and jump down into the gap on the right side. You will have to fight some Basilisks. Proceed through and you will come to the double wide slope.

Clearing the Chariots

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For the third slope, you'll notice that this slope is wide compared to the first two. There are two Chariots on the third slope that simultaneously moves up and down. Examine how both Chariots move so that you know which way to move.

In the middle of this large ramp, you'll notice that there is a gap that you can drop to. Use this to take cover. You'll find a body here that can be looted to find x1 Stonesword Key and x1 Ghost Glovewort [6] that is guarded by a single Skeleton enemy. As you continue heading down, if you need to take cover, just near the end of the slope, there's another corner on the left side that you can use to take cover, but there's another Skeleton enemy here that will ambush you.

Make your way to the next row of pillars, sprinting in a zig-zag direction to dodge the chariots. Stand in between the pillars so that you won't get hit by the Chariot that will spawn ahead of you. Notice as well that there is a body hanging by the edge of the slope on the left, loot it to find x1 Golden Rune [7]. You should still be near the row of pillars.

Use the body as an indication of where to drop down. Before jumping, you'll notice the thin wooden plank structures over the large drop. This is is where you'll be dropping. Drop down the first short plank then onto the lower longer one directly underneath. Then you'll want to drop to the perpendicular plank and walk along it. You'll find the ashes here and another lower plank at the end perpendicular to the one you're on. Drop down one last time and make your way into the next area that it leads to. You should see a statue. Clear the toads in the area and you'll come across a corpse where you can loot Vulgar Militia Ashes. This area will also be filled with Basilisk Creatures.

Return to the wooden beams over the large drop. You should be able to drop down one more level onto a the narrow stone arches. Follow the narrow route all the way to the end. This area will have one large archway and a ladder. Ascend the ladder and you'll find yourself with another Chariot at the end of the tunnel. There's only one short slope left that goes up. You need to take cover by using the corner on the left side and then run up the slope to the right side into the chamber.

Collect the Grave Glovewort (6), then hit the fire-breathing pillar so that it's breathing fire out the way you came in. You can time things such that you can dive back into the safe spot on the left of the ramp without taking any damage, then race to the bottom of the path, and take out the Omen guarding the Crucible Feather Talisman. (If you die on the way, don't worry, you've already done the step you need to destroy the chariots. Return to the wide ramp with two chariots and watch the carnage unfold!) Take the elevator up from the branch in the path, and then navigate around the fire-breathing pillar that you've already raised. Collect the Grave Glovewort (6) and 3x Great Dragonfly Head on the way and drop into an alcove that's right next to the wide ramp with two chariots. You'll notice that raising the pillar has created a sigil that will summon a third chariot in this area causing the chariots to crash into each other, breaking and leaving you with Ash of War: Holy Ground and the Tree Sentinel Set. Go north further to open the door leading to the boss area. You are also free to explore the area without interruptions from this point forward.

(Alternate solution: As soon as you've reached one of the safe spots in the wide ramp with two chariots, use either Margit's Shackle or Mohg's Shackle. The range of these items can pass through walls, and it causes the fire-breathing pillar to be raised from your current location. This then places the summoning sigil right in the middle of this ramp, causing all three chariots to be destroyed and leaving you the freedom to explore the rest of the area without the tedium of navigating around the chariots.)

Boss Area

Beyond the door, simply head down the steps. This section is guarded by a few Skeleton enemies, it should be easy for you to fight and pass through them. At the bottom-section is a large archway that is covered with a gold mist. Beyond it serves as the arena for the bosses of this location, the Crucible Knight and Crucible Knight Ordovis. We suggest that when you are fighting them, to take out the spear-wielding Crucible Knight first and to use any of your upgraded or strong Spirit Ashes. This way, you won't have to fight the bosses on your own.

Successfully defeating them both yields 28000 Runes and rewards the Ordovis's Greatsword, as well as the Armor pieces for the Crucible Axe Set. There are some Root Resin materials that you can get in this boss arena - simply use the portal here to return to the entrance.

Elden Ring Auriza Hero's Grave Gallery and Notes

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    • Anonymous

      So is the little alcove near the top of the fire--breathing pillar thing just a red herring? As far as I can tell there's no way up to there, but if there was you could probably jump onto the pillar from it.

      Tried to look up and see if the pillar went anywhere interesting but it's way too high and cramped for the camera....

      Am I just being stupid here?

      • Srly this dungeon is one of the most annoying and hardest after 130 hours of my playing time. The chariots are fine with me, can easy to pass through after a few times, but the boss fight is really hard. I have just finished this dungeon right before writing these comments.

        Suggest skeletons ash because if they are down and you can make the boss target you, the skeletons will respawn and continue to help you. Using fire pot/thunder pot is good too. Recommend thunder + fire AOW.

        My level is 108 (when I write this cmt - mixed build don't ask) - using Uchigatana left hand (Thunder) + Nagakiba right hand (Fire) - dodge/roll play style - kill Spear first - Skeleton ash +0 - defeated bosses after around 25 times.

        All in all, don't give up

        • Anonymous

          Going by the comments there's a lot of dislike for Auriza but out of all the Hero's grave dungeons that have the chariot hazard this is by far the easiest, until you enter the boss room obviously. The beauty of this one is the chariots don't respawn after they crash, so if you die after you've made them smash into each other you can easily sprint past any skeletons straight to the boss room or take your time to get any items you want. The biggest bonus from the chariots not respawning is you don't cross the fog gate already at a disadvantage if you have had to use flasks on the way down to the boss, you start the fight with all your flasks and for a boss encounter like this one it will make a difference.

          • Anonymous

            Got through all the platforming and bullsh*t only to have start hovering in the corner you have run and start hovering. Death by doing what I’m supposed to, how I’m supposed to do it, and when I was supposed to do it. If you make something hard and unforgiving, you have to hold up your end. If I can jump between tiny 2x4s and fight death breathing frogs, you have to make the ****ing floor work!

            • Got away for time sufficient to use Comet Azur on one of the bosses while the other was fighting my Mimic. Then I did the same with the remaining one. But this was the fifth try or so... and the whole grave is a pain in the *** but manageable after some tries.

              • Anonymous

                for those of you wondering why the chariots won't crash after you hit the flaming pillar, go to the area with the duel chariots and use Margit's shackle.
                it just works.

                • Anonymous

                  At my game i didn't do anything with the lights, but all the chariots hit a light one after the other. I couldn't even count them, i think 4? They were all gone seconds later! This bug is in patch 1.06.

                  • Anonymous

                    I hit the firebreathing statues, died and nothing happened. The statues returned to the same position before I hit them.

                    • Anonymous

                      I made a faith based character and beat the boss solo by using lightning spear on the spear knight and running away. When he was dead you can solo the shielded knight

                      • Anonymous

                        One of the most memorable dungeons of my first playthrough, reminded me a bit of Sen's Fortress. A bit dissapointing that the boss is so easy...

                        • Anonymous

                          Perfectly designed to be needlessly annoying. No one likes these "sit and wait" set pieces, so they'll try to get through as quick as possible. This makes you die, which makes you frustrated, which makes you impatient and die more. The platforming may be better in Elden Ring, but let's face it, no one likes platforming in these games. When you finally make it past the two chariots, only to take your time to line up the drop and get killed by the third one you didn't notice, let's just say it's not fun.

                          Overall, not a hard dungeon if you take your time, but simply not fun.

                          • Anonymous

                            this dungeon is just obtuse and dumb
                            why does the light spawn chariots
                            why does the 3 chariots that get broken by the chariot that gets spawned also cause the first chariot in the dungeon to not spawn anymore
                            all the hero graves suck but this one in particular is just badly designed and way too specific

                            • Anonymous

                              There is an easy way to beat the Crucible Knights if you're a sorcerer. Summon a spirit ash (mimic tear will do fine), run around until both knights agro your spirit ash. Cast Terra Magica, drink wondrous flask with Cerulean Hidden Tear and Magic-Shrouding Cracked Tear and blast them with Comet Azur. They are very susceptible to Comet Azur when they aren't targeting you. I tried to fight them fairly (still with mimic tear ash) but it was too hard.

                              • Anonymous

                                I used the trick and killed the three chariots, but no loot dropped. Has anyone else experienced something similar?

                                • Anonymous

                                  using either mohgs or margits shackle cause the flame pillars to rise, bypassing all the chariots and causing them to die from crashing into eachother

                                  • Anonymous

                                    I agree with a comment saying the dungeon itself isn't as hard as you might think, apart from the boss fight. Gelmir hero's grave is a lot worse. The chariots are easily dealt with and drop the tree sentinel set It was worth doing the dungeon just for that. There are a couple of nasty ambushes by basilisks in confined areas, not just one or two at a time either with multiple deathblight clouds to be wary of. So far though I've never been killed by that status effect from a basilisk my whole playthrough even when they are in groups, they don't seem to proc deathblight as quickly as the wormface.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      "Collect the Grave Glovewort (6), then hit the fire-breathing pillar so that it's breathing fire out the way you came in. You can time things such that you can dive back into the safe spot on the left of the ramp without taking any damage, then race to the bottom of the path, and take out the Omen guarding the Crucible Feather Talisman. (If you die on the way, don't worry, you've already done the step you need to destroy the chariots. Return to the wide ramp with two chariots and watch the carnage unfold!) Take the elevator up from the branch in the path, and then navigate around the fire-breathing pillar that you've already raised. Collect the Grave Glovewort (6) and 3x Great Dragonfly Head on the way and drop into an alcove that's right next to the wide ramp with two chariots. You'll notice that raising the pillar has created a sigil that will summon a third chariot in this area causing the chariots to crash into each other, breaking and leaving you with Ash of War: Holy Ground and the Tree Sentinel Set. Go north further to open the door leading to the boss area. You are also free to explore the area without interruptions from this point forward."

                                      makes no sense

                                      • Anonymous

                                        One of the worst boss fights. Cheesiest way I found was Mimic, getting them both together and Rotten Breath away. If both of them get scarlet rotted (and Mimic is down), kite until rot wears off. One of them will be close enough to finish off in a few hits, then fight the other one normally (who will also be kinda low on HP). Recommend to focus Ordovis, because normal Crucible Knight is easier to read.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          advise using raptor of the mist ash of war. Trivializes the chariots. Just watch your FP. As for the boss, parry the sword boy, use spirits to distract the spear guy. Good luck.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Mimic Tear can aggro both bosses, especially if using AoE attacks, and is quite tanky if upgraded. I managed to land Azur on both of em at the same time twice that way for a first try win (with plenty of luck I'm sure). Hope it helps.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Use the shackles to turn the fire pillar from near the first drop where you fight the toads it will turn the pillar without you being there. The chariots will disappear

                                              • Anonymous

                                                I keep dying trying to make the first drop, I never seem to be centered over the beam correctly...? Can anyone help? Is it directly lined up to the corpse on the overhang, or of it more to one side?

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  I've helped two people defeat the boss but haven't myself :(

                                                  Somewhat easy to cheese aggro via melee. My strategy has been basically swap aggro by doing a quick stab and major attacks while both is turned. Unfortunately it is hard to find summons, and I just wanna beat the boss and never come back to this place. And I don't blame others for not wanting to come back with a summon lol

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    My +10 mimic that can still solo most storyline bosses dies in about 30 seconds to the one crucible knight while I'm fighting the other one. Goes to show how goddamn tough these enemies are. mimic doesn't seem to be able to parry, which doesn't help.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Ok seriously, what even is the point in putting 3 skeletons between the stake of marika and the fog door other than annoy the player? Actual trolling by the devs

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Wow, you really can just use Margit's Shackle in the room with the chariots and it destroys them all. So much easier.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          There is a lot of salt in these comments. My best advice? 1. Do deep root depths and get the prince of death's cyst talisman to help with death blight negation. 2. Unless you really want to, or must have something in this dungeon, just go for the boss and get out of here. You get a full set of armor and a weapon for avoiding chariots less than 10 times if you do the drop down method. That's a pretty big chunk of what is available here for some decent timing. 3. Anytime you want you can leave a place and come back! I've never been anywhere in any game where 10 extra levels didn't help. Maybe upgrade your weapon or acquire a talisman that will benefit you or change your loadout a bit, even try light load may help you get thru a area. I came here and saw hero's grave and said "Later" first thing, my first hero's grave was Mt. Gelmir's where you literally walk thru a river of lava while getting chased by chariots. That place IS a nightmare, and it was hard, but I took it slow and tried different tactics until I walked out with every piece of loot possible. Fringefolk's hero's grave imho is the devil. The Stalking Chariot of newbie doom is sadistic AF.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            I mean, I dealt with the place and the boss with a straight-up unga-bunga strength build around 100 so it's not...terrible? Overleveled yeah but if you've been packing vigor and your primary enough it shouldn't be too unbearable lower down. Just have enough health to survive an accidental bop or two from a chariot, and use meatballs+boluses to help your flasks stretch if you're really getting hit that much. This is definitely one of the more mild Heroes Graves.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              I dislike how killing the chariots is only SLIGHTLY better than just killing the boss and dipping out.

                                                              The drops aren't bad, but honestly for how obscure the whole level is I don't really advocate going in here in the first place.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Piss easy.. at level 169. Yea ;)

                                                                The high level made the boss fight easy, but the rest of the dungeon was pretty simple to navigate. After the other chariot dungeons, I wonder why people hate this particular one so much?

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  dude, no. this fight with the crucible knights is absolute bullshit. I needed to double check, so I was putting my camera to a side view when I can. The shield knight's shield attack can hit when it is around "2 feet" away. and the spear knights grab attack can pull you out of a roll, I am almost certain is was during the i-frames because it was right smack in the meaty part of the roll, AND it was a foot or two away from actually making contact.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    I got through this dungeon with a few attempts. Its pretty hard! Seeing the chariots all crash into each other was very satisfying. The two crucible knights at the end are kind of cheesable. I killed them on my second attempt with no summons by using the pillars to block one knight while I threw lightning bolts at the other. I'm sure that strategy would work with any projectile weapon or spell.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Don't bother beating this disgusting excuse for game design of a dungeon fairly, use margitt/mohgs shackle at the 2nd landing where you first see the two chariots right in a cubby. This will spawn a third charriot killing them all. The boss fight is also insulting just a duo boss of bosses you have or will fight individually. I was able to solo, but if struggling spawn a mimic tear. Dont feel bad, that is what the people who designed this dungeon deserve :)

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        super easy dungeon with tons of awesome loot. took me maybe 10 minutes to complete and the bosses are very easy. takes little skill to parry them for fast kills.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          prob the shitiest dungeon in the game so far imo putting two enemies that has almost the same level of aggressiness in the same room is the most stupidest thing i could think off its not too bad when you get used to them but holy hell we went from O&S from DS1 to just putting duo bosses every 5 dungeons atleast the rewards are nice but it was by no means a pleasant experience

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            I don't get why all the chariots died once i got to the 2nd landing and I didn't do anything.. 1.04 bug perhaps?

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              Fun fact either mohgs shackle or margitts shackle counts as a long range attack and if you use either item when at the double chariot it will count as a hit on the beam spawning the third chariot and killing all 3 before you get to the actual pillar

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                Don't bother, this area is a load of actual human f***ing feces in an otherwise beautiful game, I cannot imagine in the slightest what was going on in the designers' heads when they were creating this area and can only attribute it's existence to either A. A level of stupidity so f***ing high that it would make Robert J. Hanlon's head spin, or B. Genuine malice towards the player. Don't come here, it's not even worth the runes; not that you'll be leaving with any.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  I waited underneath the spot in the road by the double chariots and they eventually killed themselves by running into each other, dropping the sets…

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    Is there actually any drop worth doing this POS area to obtain in here? Isn't the fat armor better then the tree sentinal set anyhow for poise?

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      How to design the unfunniest dungeon in Elden Ring: 1. DOUBLE chariot trap that will catch most players off guard, 2. Put 3 skeletons between the statue of marika and the fog gate that will GUARANTEED hit you if you use the mixed physick flask before entering, 3. DOUBLE crucible knight bossfight recycling, 4. ???, 5. Players will love it. I love the game for the most part (nearly 200h and still in NG), but i'd like a word with this dungeons designer...

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        it's possible to have two chariots crash into and destroy each other. happened to me just now, and it killed every chariot in the dungeon. idt it gave me any runes but it dropped an ash of war. confused tf out of me but i'm not complaining

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          Easy way to cheese this dungeon is if you activate margits shackle once on the rightmost hallway on the double chariot road (this destroys all the chariots in this dungeon making it a cakewalk)

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            Do you like chariots, curse frogs, crucible knights and narrow bar platforming? Do you just wish there was a dungeon that combined all these joys? Boy have I got the place for you! We'll even throw in some skeletons at the most inconvenient places! Visit Auriza Hero's Grave today!

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              It's possible ot kill the two teleporting chariots by getting them to hit each other. I made it happen somehow while running through the dungeon to them after dying once. When the second one teleports in while the first is rotating they hit each other and expoded. Got the Tree Sentinel set from them.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                This is it, this is the biggest pisstake this game has. ****ing insanity. One of the worst locations of any game I have ever played

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  There is another trick to destroy the chariot without reaching the pillar: in the room with the 2 chariots you can hide in some holes on the left (one of them has an archer skeleton in it). From there if you look up on the opposite side of the room, you'll see an opening showing the pillar. You can hit it with a bow from there.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    Having 100%ed the game twice now, I can say with confidence that this is the worst location in the entire game.

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      Margins shackle. Nuff said.

                                                                                                      Oh more? Market's shackle activates traps from a distance, after getting through the first drop with the frogs where you come out and the two chariots are running side by side, step out after the chariot goes down, use the shackle once, step back in for safety, and watch ad the trap activates and blows all three chariots to kingdom come. Tree sentinel armor. And holy ground ash of war included.

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        Hard to solo with them running side by side at the same speed to you, makes me wanna summon spirit for the first time .

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Hey all. Just a heads up on some cheese if you're into it. I took option 2 in the walkthrough. I ran to the first alcove and then dropped down the pit one level. I'm the rooms with the basilisks I threw down margits shackle in the middle of each of the rooms to check for secret rooms. None there. BUT when I came out the other end all of the chariots in the entire dungeon crashed and died. Apparently you can trigger the fire traps that break the chariots using margits shackle down in the area after the first chariot. I guess it hits then through the walls. Now that the chariots are dead I can't go back and see where you need to use the shackle to clear all the chariots, but you should be able to just use the shackle in each room come out and if the chariots don't crash and die you can go back and try the shackle in a different room. Hope this helps someone. I hate the chariot dungeons but I just walked through this one in a couple minutes. Only had to see a chariot twice

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            Equip all of your high-vitality gear if you're going to deep dive into this dungeon. The Basilisks can overpower and Deathblight you no problem in some spots unless you take them out crazy quick.

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              Great example of why Elden Ring is one of the best games ever made, but still is far from perfect due to juvenile design philosophies in areas that are given less attention. Barring resources and time, its hard to design something this bad. Its like Kaizo Mario, but in a AAA game.

                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                So, some clarification with how the fire pillar puzzle works. Upon entering the fire pillar room, it's already in the correct position (up), so I guess bringing it down and sending it back up is the condition to make the new chariot spawn and destroy the others. However, the chariot won't actually spawn until you drop back down into the chariot area (follow the opposite end of the fire pillar hallway, dodge the fire, drop down next to the glovewort). I thought something had glitched because I could still see the chariots rolling back and forth from the drop-down area, but they all exploded a couple seconds after I hopped down and I received all the items automatically.

                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                  Tried so many different strategies. Finally got them with the spear skelebros. Rot breath on the mace one and just attack when skelebros take aggro of one or both. Super frustrating.

                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                    Fun fact: After you have activated the fire pillar, try exiting and entering the game again. Once back in, you'll realize that the chariot near it has disappeared. You can then make your way down the slope safely and proceed to get the other items. As you continue forward (back to the 2 chariots passing by each other), the spawned chariot will also be there, leading to the 3 chariots crashing into each other. The Ash of War and Tree Sentinel Set reward will then be yours. Enjoy!

                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                      Easy cheese on the bosses with the Ruins Greatsword. Spamming the skill allows you to stagger them permanently.

                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                        Looking for a dungeon with NOTHING but instant kill mechanics and none of the fights? This is the dungeon for you.

                                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                                          Today I ran past the chariots really fast and the one chariot chasing me ran into another chariot spawning in front of me. They crashed and died. and it gave the Tree Sentinel Armour Set. Also then all of the chariots would no longer spawn.

                                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                                            Got to say, almost every one of the "hero's graves" have been super unfun to traverse. Nothing fun about those one-shot chariots that patrol a fast speeds and requires tight movement. Not to mention zero checkpoints. Die at the end? Got to do it all again! >.>

                                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                                              This dungeon contains one Grave Glovewort [6] - NOT Ghost Glovewort! It also contains two Grave Glovewort [5] in the hallway with the basilisks.

                                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                You can absolutely destroy the bosses with the Ruins Greatsword and a bunch of FP flasks. Just spam the weapon's skill and they'll both get a short stagger (preventing them from doing an attack right after you) and a ton of dmg. Easy cheese

                                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                  Absolutely despise Crucible Knights but, surprisingly, was able to first try the duo in this dungeon.

                                                                                                                                  My spec: Level 68 (or 78, don't recall) dex build, Uchigatana +18 with Glintblade Phalanx on Cold, Demi-Human Queen Staff +8, Great Knight Engvall (the spear one) +8. Have the summon tank the shield CK while you make short work of the spear CK. If your summon dies before you get to kill spear CK, then Glintstone Arc is your friend; circle around while shooting GA towards spear CK. Then you should be able to handle the other CK in peace (almost same moveset as the one in the early game gaol so you should be able to beat him easily if you've already bested him once without cheesing).

                                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                    If you're summoning coop definition grab a 2nd summon if you can. Two can double team while the other holds off and survives to make it a 3v1. 2v2 typically ends with somebody dying.

                                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                      Hmm I'm a heavy faith build i thought this fight was going to be a nightmare after getting my crap handed to me the first time but second was the charm. I highly recommend frozen lightning spear. I summoned my +10 Lhutel and she tanked the Sword boss as I took the spear guy and just kept keeping my distance and blasting him with the AoE. Occasionally id even get a double smack when he got right in my face or just pure RnG with the AoE and get two smacks on him. Took him down really quick. Then me and Lhutel double teamed the leftover one with ease. Hope this helps

                                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                        What is the recommended level for this place? I'm 41 now and I'm just ticking off the zone dungeons before using the grand lift. I deal with the boss, as my summons get decimated too early. I was trying to take down the spear one as he's a real pain with that quick stab, but they are both so damn aggresive. Their fast walk is almost as fast as my sprint, so making space to heal is nearly impossible.

                                                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                          whats with the huge hole on the right at the point where you meet the first chariot?
                                                                                                                                          doesnt seem to be a elevator or such since there is no switch or similar. found nothing while doing the place so i am very confused.

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