Godskin Apostle Set is an Armor Set in Elden Ring. It provides minimal physical and magic damage negation and minimal resistance. The armor is lightweight and will total 10.9 meaning it can be used to achieve a light load on any build. Sets of Armor in Elden Ring are composed of four armor pieces which are Helms, Chest Armor, Gauntlets, and Leg Armor.
Where to find Godskin Apostle Set in Elden Ring
The Godskin Apostle boss is at the bottom of the Divine Tower of Caelid. The tower is found on the northern coast of Caelid midway between the two jutting out sections of land. The tower is relatively straightforward to complete, but the enemies can be tough to kill. Luckily, it is possible to complete almost the entire dungeon by simply running past the enemies. [Elden Ring Map here]
Godskin Apostle Set Armor Pieces in Elden Ring
Godskin Apostle Set Elden Ring Notes and Tips
- Easiest method to kill the boss is via multiplayer with one person distracting him while the other uses either spells or arrows to apply Scarlet Rot. While the scarlet rot damage over time effect is ticking, use bleed damage arrows while keeping distance to further maximize safe damage potential.
- Magical builds are best suited against him as his poise can be broken by rapid magical attacks.
- Keeping a medium distance is best as his black flame attack is simple to dodge. Dodge just after you see his spell symbol flash when he raises his hand above his head.
- There is an opening for melee attacks after his strikes as he usually has a medium recovery period allowing for one to two hits. His ground slam attack has the biggest recovery time.
- His second phase attacks cover a wider range, but his body-stretching melee attacks have a minimum hit distance which means you can stand right on top of him and not get hit.
- His magical attacks in this phase are more AOE-based and will hit you if you stay too close so if he appears to begin casting, run.
All Godskin Apostle Set Pieces for Elden Ring
You can check out all the Godskin Apostle Set Armor Pieces here. Click on a piece's name individually to learn more about it.