Flying Dragon Agheel

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Location Limgrave 
Dragon-Burnt Ruins
Drops

Dragon-Burnt Ruins:

5000 runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 Runes

20000 runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 Runes (NG+1)

Dragon Heart

HP ≈ 3,200 (Great Enemy)
Strong VS
Phy (Strike)
Phy (Standard)
Phy (Slash)
All Status Effects
All Elemental Damage
Weak to
Phy (Pierce)
Immune to

Flying Dragon Agheel is a Boss in Elden Ring. This Elden Ring Flying Dragon Agheel Guide features boss locations, tips, strategies and videos on how to defeat Agheel easily, as well as boss stats and lore for Agheel.

The namesake of Lake Agheel, Flying Dragon Agheel was also a part of the Closed Network Test and is found at the Dragon-Burnt Ruins in Limgrave. From the description of it's breath attack and the various Wandering Nobles seemingly praying to the dragon, it is speculated that the undead in Limgrave worship the dragon in hopes to be free of their undeath.

This is an optional boss, as players don't need to defeat it in order to advance in Elden Ring. However, doing so yields useful items, as well as Runes. Riding Torrent during this boss fight will be helpful as like with many other dragons, Agheel can be very mobile and being mounted will allow you to close the distance with it more effectively, as well as avoid it's breath attack easily. It drops a Dragon Heart and unlocks Agheel's Flame for purchase when defeated.

Bosses are unique and challenging Enemies that can be encountered all over the Lands Between. Great Enemy bosses can drop unique Spirit AshesWeaponsSpells, and other various Items.

 

The dead gazed at the skies over the lakes of Limgrave, praying that the dragons' flames would burn them to ash.

Flying Dragon Agheel Boss in Elden Ring

The Flying Dragon Agheel is a boss that can be found at the Dragon-Burnt Ruins in Limgrave.

  • This boss is optional.
  • Closest Site of Grace: Agheel Lake North
  • Multiplayer is allowed for this boss
  • Spirits summons are possible for this boss
  • Defeating this boss rewards you with a Dragon Heart.
  • Defeating Agheel unlocks Agheel's Flame at the Cathedral of Dragon Communion found in Caelid
  • NPC Summons: Bloody Finger Hunter Yura. Yura will be nearby the Dragon boss fight. Speak to him and he will mention the dragon. After dying to Flying Dragon Agheel, speak to Yura again and he will chastise you for trying to fight it. His summon sign will then be available nearby

 

Where to find Flying Dragon Agheel in Elden Ring

The Flying Dragon Agheel boss can be found at the Dragon-Burnt Ruins in Limgrave, the ruins can be found around the center area of Agheel Lake. This is an optional boss, the dragon will spawn when approaching the the small island northwest of the actual ruins site, with a bonfire and some followers there. Map Link.

 

 

Flying Dragon Agheel Combat Information

  • Health: 3,200.9 HP.
  • New Game Health: NG (??), NG+ (??), NG++ (??), NG+3 (??), NG+4 (??), NG+5 (??), NG+6 (??), NG+7 (??)
  • Defenses do not change between phases - a firebomb will do the same damage in phase 1 as in phase 2.
  • Deals Standard and Fire Damage.
  • dragon icon 40px Dragon type
  • Can be poise broken, which allows for a critical attack and will cause Agheel to take 120% standard damage for the duration. Poise: 120.
  • The head takes 50% more damage than the rest of the body, but is often hard to hit. This vulnerability stacks multiplicatively with the poisebreak vulnerability.

 

Absorptions

The absorption numbers are the % of your damage that gets blocked. For example, if an absorption is 60, 40% of that damage by that type will go through and 60% is absorbed. Bigger number = less damage. An absorption of 100 means no damage goes through, and a resistance of -100 mean the enemy takes 2x damage from that source. 0 means damage goes pretty much as is.

Resistances

The resistance numbers are the buildup amount to trigger it. For example, if a resistance is 100 you must deal 100 points of whatever aux buildup to trigger it. Note that these go down over time, and increase each time the effect procs.

 

Flying Dragon Agheel Boss Guide for Elden Ring

Video Guide for Flying Dragon Agheel Boss

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Flying Dragon Agheel Fight Strategy 

The Best Tips for Flying Dragon Agheel:

  • Using a Spirit Summons or Co-Op can make this fight considerably less frustrating
  • Kaiden Sellsword Ashes actually works fairly well and can get in a good bit of damage before vanishing
  • Remember that you can mount up during this fight, and this is especially helpful to get back to the Dragon when he flies off
  • Aiming for the head with sorceries or incantations can rack up good damage, and can occasionally stun him.

 

Mounted Strategy (easiest)

The easiest strategy is to get on your mount and ride through his legs swiping his wings and feet as you go, trying to keep moving as much as possible. Ride away when he flies off, locate him once he lands again, and then make your way to him, taking a wider arc if he breathes fire so as not to get hit.

You can load up on HP flasks for this strategy and put on your heaviest armor, since weight does not matter when you are mounted. 

 

Melee Strategy

This can be an extremely difficult fight for melee characters because hitting the head of the Dragon does the most damage, and it's hard to reach just like past From Software Dragon fights. Using a long reaching Weapon like the Bastard Sword, Ordovis' Greatsword, Winged Spear, or Lance can make this markedly easier, so I suggest using one of them.

The strategy is that you want to sit out in front of Agheel and bait him into swiping with his wing. Dodge away, and then attack his head if you're fast enough or his wing if you are not for at least some damage. You want to try to get him to repeat this as much as you can, hopefully you'll stagger him, at which point he'll fall down and you can stab his eye for some great damage.

When he does his dual bite attack, one bite right after the other, you want to dodge through the second one, and turn around and attack the head if you can. This should give you several free hits if your weapon is long enough and your timing was good. Then get back into position and try to bait the wing swipe again.

If he raises up in the air to breath fire directly downward you need to roll away from him as fast as you can. This is a very difficult attack to dodge, and will likely kill you more than just about any other attack.

If he raises up and starts breathing fire in a line you need to get to his left side, just like in the Darkeater Midir fight to dodge the fire. This is an easy move to read, but sometimes you are in a bad spot where you can't get away, so you may die anyway. You can use rocks and buildings for cover if needed.

If he raises up in the air and hangs there for a second NOT BREATHING FIRE, then he will pounce on you. Make sure you wait until the last second and dodge away from him, and then attack for some easy damage. If you don't move you may be one-shotted.

If you end up behind him for any length of time, he will likely do a tail swipe, just like Darkeater Midir, so make sure you Block it or roll through it. It happens 99% of the time if you are directly behind him, so be ready for it.

Lastly, if he flies away, mount up and ride to him, riding left or right to avoid the fire he will breath at you.

 

Magic and Ranged Strategy

The strategy for this fight is somewhat similar whether you're ranged or melee, so you'll want to play in a similar manner avoiding the same attacks. However, it's easier to lock onto his head and range him with Glintstone Stars or Glintstone Pebble if you have either. Beast Claw does not work well in this fight, since it takes place in a lake, and Beast Claw does not work in water. For Incantation users,Lightning Spear is the best choice. 

I highly recommend using a Shield in your off-hand so you can Block when needed in between casts. And you'll need to have 4 FP Flasks so that you can use as much magic as possible, which means you won't be able to heal, so try not to get hit anymore than you have to.

Remember that you can use the Northern Mercenary Ashes to help you out, and with a bit of luck he'll actually stay alive for a large chunk of the fight. Sometimes you get some bad RNG and the dragon breathes fire and kills him straight away. When this happens, it's probably best to die and restart.

Lastly, you can fire off spells or use your Bow easily from horseback, allowing you more mobility while staying out of harms way. It might take you a bit longer to beat him this way, but it's definitely safer!

Attacks & Counters


Standing Firebreath (aimed)

Commonly used when the player is far from Agheel. The dragon arches their neck while flame particles appear in their mouth, and then exhales a continuous jet of flames towards the target. If the player moves, Agheel will turn their head and track the player with the stream. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects. Sprint diagonally forwards towards the dragon. Using Torrent may make this strategy easier. Upon reaching the head, dismount and jump attack the weak point on the snout, or line up a heavy attack as Agheel returns their head to the initial position.
Standing Firebreath (sweeping)  Commonly used when the player is far from Agheel. The dragon turns ther head to their left (your right) while flame particles appear in their mouth. Agheel then exhales a jet of flame and slowly sweeps it from their left to their right (your right to your left). This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects.  Sprint forwards towards Agheel, either on foot or on Torrent. As you close in, you may need to turn to your left to move around the jet of flame. Once you have reached Agheel’s head, dismount if you were mounted and stand where the dragon's head normally hangs. Charge a heavy attack and release it as they return their head to the normal position.
Flying Firebreath (fly-by)  Agheel leaps backwards into the sky, with their body held at a noticeable angle. Flame particles appear in their mouth, and then Agheel flies directly forwards some distance, spewing a jet of fire angled to their left (your right) that flows over the ground for a considerable distance. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects.  Turn to your left and sprint forwards. As the fire passes you, turn left again and sprint towards Agheel as they land.
Flying Firebreath (retreat)  Agheel leaps backwards into the air and hovers low over the ground. Flame particles appear in their mouth, and then Agheel breathes fire across the ground in a wide arc in front of him. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects.  React quickly and sprint directly away from Agheel. Mounting Torrent will often keep you above the fire even if he takes damage from the attack, and as such presents a viable option if you find yourself unable to react in time on foot. In either case, once the fire has dissipated sprint back towards Agheel.
 Divebomb  Agheel leaps backwards into the sky and hovers for three wingbeats, diving down to the ground and landing on the player as they begin a fourth. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects  Wait until after the third wingbeat, and roll as Agheel begins to drop towards you. After you recover from the roll, sprint towards the head and land a jumping attack on the snout.
 Charge  Agheel roars loudly, then runs forwards, lowering their head to their right (your left) as they do. After proceeding forwards a certain distance, Agheel swings their head up and to their left (your right) to gore the player with their horn. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects.  Either step back out of range, then move in below Agheel's head and use a charge attack as they bring it back to the ground, or roll to your left through the attack and do the same.
Double Bite Agheel lowers their head and bends it to their right (your left), opening their mouth and roaring as they do. The dragon then bites from their right to their left (your left to your right). Following this, Agheel repeats the attack with their head now bent to their left (your right). This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects. Either step back out of range and prepare a charged heavy attack as Agheel lowers their head following the second bite, or sprint/roll forwards under the bites to attack his legs.
Wing Slam Agheel raises one of their wings, then slams their wing joint vertically downwards on the player. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects. Roll through the slam and attack the wing.
Wing Sweep Agheel raises one of their wings, then sweeps it across the ground in front of them from their left to their right (if they are attacking with their left wing) or their right to their left (if they are attacking with their right wing). This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects. Roll through the sweep, bearing in mind that it requires a substantially delayed dodge with tight timing. Attack the wing once you have dodged the sweep.
Stomp Agheel raises one of their feet and stomps forwards, creating a large shockwave around the area of impact. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects, and will do more damage if the player is hit directly by the stomp instead of the shockwave. Sprint backwards and stand along the center line of Agheel's body. As they stomp, charge a heavy attack and release it as the dragon's head comes down.
Tail Whip This attack is commonly used when the player is standing behind Agheel. Agheel curls their tail to their left or right; note that neither wing comes off the ground and that the tail tip does not reach above the arch of their back. Agheel then spins in the direction their tail was curled (that is, if the tail is bent to your left, Agheel will spin their head to your and their initial left too). Prevent the attack by not standing behind Agheel. If you do find yourself there for some reason, roll forwards or to the left through the attack.
Tail Whip + Bite This attack is commonly used when the player is standing behind Agheel. Agheel curls their tail to their left (your left) and raises its tip above their back while lifting their right wing. Then, the dragon spins themself around to face the player, sweeping their tail counterclockwise (that is, from their initial left to their initial right) and biting down to their left (your right) as they finish. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects Prevent the attack by not standing behind Agheel. If it does occur, roll backwards and to your left through the swipe and attack the momentarily vulnerable head.
Spin Bite This attack is commonly used when the player is standing behind Agheel. Agheel quickly spins to their right to face the player, biting at they do. This attack will knock the player to the ground if it connects. Prevent the attack by not standing behind Agheel. If it does occur, roll to your right through the bite and attack the head.
Repositioning Hop Agheel leaps forwards into the air and glides a short distance before landing, turning around to face the player as they do so. Sprint towards Agheel.

Elden Ring Flying Dragon Agheel Lore, Notes & Other Trivia

  • Agheel and Greyll are the only two flying dragons who share the same moveset with no noticeable differences.
  • Agheel is one of the five named dragons who do not have a specified gender (the other four being Borealis the Freezing Fog, Flying Dragon Greyll, Glintstone Dragon Adula, and Magma Wyrm Makar).
  • Agheel can damage and be damaged by the large crabs in the swamp nearby.
  • Many of the local humanoid enemies appear to be calling to Agheel, as if they are worshipping it.

 

Flying Dragon Agheel Image Gallery

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    • Anonymous

      Second worst garbage in Limgrave.
      He just keeps running away and spitting fire that does far too much damage for far too long and in a far too big area for a starting zone.

      • Anonymous

        It took me over a hundred or so hours, entering new game+ and starting a playthrough with a whole new character to make me realize that your supposed to hit Dragons in the head to take them down most effectively, I am very much big dumb.

        • Anonymous

          This dragon made me love this game. It's amazing, unexpected entrance. Unfortunately, the whole "large, flying bosses" has been shown since this admittedly awesome first impression to just, not work in this game.

          So many times, dragons (and other large field bosses) just yeet up cliffs, stand on their heads, land on ludicrously small trees, DISAPPEAR, die for no reason etc. I appreciate the epic dragon fights (this one especially because of the first impression), but it almost always ends up looking ridiculous at some point. The last time I fought this guy, he ended up walking upside down on a cliff where I couldn't hit him (or him hit me). He just walked around on thin air, impotently breathing fire every now and again. It was just kinda sad.

          • Anonymous

            You don't need to die to agheel to summon Yura. I just triggered the fight, hit them with a ranged attack, and ran. I was able to summon Yura afterwards.

            • Anonymous

              Perhaps, some clarification should be made on how to have Yura’s NPC summon sign appeared near the stake of Marika. The following three conditions must be met:
              1. Die to the dragon (no need to speak to Yura and hear his initial monolog about some danger lurking at the lake)
              2. Respawn at the site of grace (not at the stake of Marika)
              3. Speak to Yura and hear him berating the player for fighting with the dragon

              • Anonymous

                Great epee around the ankles throws this guy off so much, I don’t think he even got a flame off! Poke poke poke.

                • Anonymous

                  First time fighting agheel has gotta be one of my most memorable experience in the game.

                  I remember seeing lots of people gather in that island and then i was like "hey can i join the party too?" before agheel landed on me from nowhere lol

                  Although i did kill him first try, it was still really really close, at that time i was still dependent on torrent for the dragon fights and both him and i only had a few inches of health left, with no flask too

                  • Anonymous

                    Damn, they really nailed the dragon fight in this game. In fact, it is so good, they decided you should it thirty times. And each time the dragon ate a different kind of crayon beforehand meaning his attacks now do blue damage instead of red damage. Amazing.

                    • Anonymous

                      Man, felt like such a badass picking a fight with this dragon. I even got a riposte on it. Not too hard, but god did it feel good.

                      • Anonymous

                        Is it just me or.. does this thing have the exact ****ing same moveset as the Kraekan Wyvern from Salt and Sanctuary but in 3D? It has the flying flame stream, lowering it's head to spew flames at you, turning around to whack you with it's tail etc.

                        • Anonymous

                          Just killed this dragon.
                          Felt pretty manly.
                          Then a dragonfly just poked my injured ass and killed me.
                          Felt less manly

                          • Anonymous

                            You can easily cheese him using horseback archery. Arrow's Reach Talisman should be obtainable early on, and considering that the same strategy is viable to other flying dragons I've fought so far, Arrow's Sting Talisman is also good in those situations when available.
                            Keep your distance and dodge his breaths. In between attacks he should walk in your direction for a while, with his head fairly locked in position - that's when you want to shoot it as much as possible. After some attacks, and sometimes due to the terrain, he may be turning or walk not straight at you - you can still chip some health doing body shots then. It doesn't even take that long.
                            I do recommend to use at least Long Bow or Horn Bow.

                            • Anonymous

                              What is the dudes name that is under that rubble by a campfire telling you to not take on the dragon? I wonder what his hat is called. I have seen people with it. Wonder if they killed him or if you get his armor after some questline perhaps.

                              • Anonymous

                                I have completed the game, I am now level 235 and increasing rapidly. But Agheel is still there in limgrave. Lurking in fear. He knows one day I'll come back. He has tasted hits from me time to time. He knows I'm not the lv5 wimp he one-shotted way bacl. He will taste bitter defeat soon.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Yura is f*king useless against agheel. Anytime the the dragon jumps or flies away he just stands next to me like a lost dog

                                  • Can anyone else confirm this? I have been trying to take him down with Yura, and if Yura is summoned I am unable to use Torrent for the battle. This seems pretty ****ish to me and just want to make sure it's not something else that I've done. As soon as I die and Yura is no longer summoned, the whistle works again...

                                    • Anonymous

                                      I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong but it doesn't seem to be spawning in NG+

                                      I killed it in my first journey... but I don't think that's supposed to affect it.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong but it doesn't seem to be spawning in NG+

                                        I killed it in my first journey... but I don't think that's supposed to affect it.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong but it doesn't seem to be spawning in NG+

                                          I killed it in my first journey... but I don't think that's supposed to affect it.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Can't seem to get 'The Flame of Agheel'. Every time I kill him it just unlocks all the basic breath attacks. What am I doing wrong?

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Managed to get him stuck on the Cliff into a infinite falling Pose. Games unstuck system killed him instantly after a little bit of wait. 10/10 Game will try again in ng+

                                              • Anonymous

                                                I beat this thing fairly easily by shotting him down while hiding under the ruins that form a tunnel along the side of the lake. He can't get inside, so if you are patient you can slowly shoot him and avoid his fire breath inside.

                                                • Being in front of a standard dragon as a melee class to bait an attack is stupid. It's considerably safer, and allows much easier access to the head to stay under their head/neck. You can easily hit the head with jumping attacks and with an adequately upgraded one with corresponding stat investment you can easily break any regular, meaning not of the elder or wyrm varieties, dragon's stance for a critical attack.

                                                  As far as the breath attacks go, the one where they fly up and backward is extremely easy to avoid, don't try to dodge it. Instead when they start run straight back away from it. Then saddle Torrent and get back under them to rinse and repeat.

                                                  I regularly kill Agheel with pre-20 characters like this, and Greyll with lvl 20-30 after getting ported to Gurrang.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    You can summon Yura, the Bloody Finger Hunter, as help to fight him. His summon sign is between the ruins and Agheel, slightly behind the Stake of Marika where you get revived.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      I get that he's an easy fight, but the important thing is that he's really fun to fight on Torrent. Not every fight has to be a ball-buster, being enjoyable is the only requirement.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Some "hollows" put up a sacrifice to the dragon, someone tied to a "cross" which was set on fire, on the northeast side of the lake. The moment i saw the sacrifice light up, the dragon immediately swept down. It was nighttime to me. Try walking around that part of the lake for a while until it happens.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          "stay at the ruins and wait a couple of minutes" doesn't work. He spawned when I moved closer to the bonfire at the north-east of the lake.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            Aggro the dragon from the ledge, catch him in the right spot, as he walks towards, you can catch him on the tree, just keeps walking, with enough arrows or botls, you can cheese him

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              Like many other things in this game, he feels a lot less special when I see him again, and again, and again.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                If you're still terrible on the horse like I am just fight it in the W/NW area of the lake. It'll usually get stuck on one of the walls and you can proceed to smack him in the face without repercussions. I also could take ~1/4 of his health bar just hitting it in the face with Rock Sling as the fight starts.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  EASIEST BOSS TYPE I HAVE CAME UP AGAINST SO FAR IN ANY OF THE SOULS LIKE GAMES, FIRST TRY I WIN NO PROBLEM.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    I just found the easiest way to beat him, I got on torrent and made him chase me to the torn up church piece that has a crab under it, he will go up on the top of the cliff, once up their it will take you out of the fight, go around and get up on the cliff he will slowly try to walk back off the cliff and when he falls he dies

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Doesn't spawn for me. Seems like if you don't initiate a bossfight in the beginning of the game he moves later in a different location or simply disappears completely in the current playtrhrough.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        This boss was not hard at all from horse at lvl 25, but man, it was epic! I felt like a Dothraki vs Drogon or some ****

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          This fight does a really good job at teaching you mounted combat and hit-and-run strats vs large enemies.
                                                                          You're also rewarded for hopping on and off your horse chaining the combat styles together.
                                                                          Man, if only I had Torrent for Dark Eater Midir!

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            Description of how to get him to spawn is incorrect. "stay at the ruins and wait a couple of minutes" is wrong.

                                                                            What you need to do is go to the small island northwest of the actual ruins site. There will be a bonfire and some followers there. When approaching the island Agheel will spawn, with quite the entrance.

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              Easier than I thought:
                                                                              The first thing to do is to choose the collapsed building to the west as the battleground, which is a great shelter from its fiery breath and puts you in a high position enough to hit its head well.
                                                                              When he is on the ground, slaughter his legs until he collapses, and then stabbed him.
                                                                              Dodge the flying blaze by running to the left.
                                                                              Dodging the flying stomp by flipping backwards so that when it lands, its head is ready to be smashed.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                I kinda cheesed him. I stood on a ledge to the west above him and just fired arrows at him while he walked around in a circle in the swamp below. For being called FLYING Dragon Agheel, he didn’t really live up to his name ^^

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  I defeated him and it said that the new incantation unlocked at the dragon communion but I went there and nothing had changed. The Agheels flame spell isn't there. any tips on what I can do to get it to show?

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    Using the moonveil and spamming the heavy weapon art at the head makes dragon fights super easy.

                                                                                    You can just chain ripostes over and over again.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Epic Boss Entrance 10/10
                                                                                      Boss fight with Torrent 10/10
                                                                                      Such a cool Boss, first time he came i simply retreated, came back 5 levels stronger and killed him on my first try. I already love this Boss.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        I almost feel guilty for killing him using a longbow from horseback and just showering him with arrows at any opening but it was probably the most cinematic and fun fight I’ve had against a boss in the series

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          After like an hour of getting curb-stomped by this guy, I think the game felt sorry for me and gave me a free win. Mid-battle, Agheel flew onto a nearby cliff and got stuck. Eventually he got de-aggro'd and turned around walking in place, so I just shot him to death with crossbow bolts. He never even turned around or reacted to it all, he just kept on walking in place. So, yeah, I only beat this guy because of a glitch... :/

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