Bosses in Lords of the Fallen (LotF) are powerful Enemies that define stages during your playthrough. They can especially be differentiated by their larger Health Pool and special weapons or attacks. After their defeat, a special banner will also declare their defeat along with the earned rewards for their encounter. They usually present special challenges and rewards for defeating them under certain conditions. Bosses in Lords of the Fallen are encountered throughout the different Locations and are not necessarily found near Vestiges. Larger bosses are usually found behind fog walls, a feature prevalent in a number of souls and souls-like games alike. Please see each boss page for strategies individual to the boss you are interested in.

  • For more information of the new boss rush game mode, please visit the Clash of Champions page.

Lords of the Fallen Bosses and Rewards

Bosses in Lords of the Fallen will drop a variety of rare and valuable items, but more commonly players will be able to gain additional Vestige Seeds, a rare consumable material that allows players to build a forged Vestige at specific locations. Other than Vestige Seeds, Bosses will sometimes drop their Equipment, such as Weapons, tools, or garments. Colossal Bosses or Main Bosses also provide the player with Boss Remembrances after their defeat, this requires players to Soulflay the nearby Stigmas at the site of the fight. 

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How to Obtain Boss Equipment in Lords of the Fallen? 

Players can bring Boss Remembrances, obtained from Colossal Bosses, back to Molhu, a merchant in Skyrest Bridge to unlock a set of stock related to the Remembrance. You will be able to obtain most of the Boss's gear, armour, equipment, and Spells for the Remembrance and a certain amount of Umbral Scouring. The Bowl of Revelations is required and must be given to Molhu to unlock the "Offer Remembrance" feature. For Secondary Boss Equipment, Secondary Bosses drop a few random equipment set pieces from their right. Some of these Secondary Bosses can then also be encountered and farmed as enemies to obtain the rest of their equipment. 

Lords of the Fallen Bosses Remembrances

Boss Remembrances are additional valuable items obtained from Colossal Bosses also known as the Main Bosses of the game. After defeating a Colossal Boss, players will need to locate the Fragments of past events to unveil a scene or additional dialogue from a previous event that occurred in Axiom. They appear in the Umbral realm as Stigmas, which requires players to raise their Umbral Lamp at those specific sites. In some cases, if you die first while in the Axiom Realm and beat the boss in the Umbral Realm, you will not need to warp since you are already in the realm of the dead.

Players will then need to lock onto the Stigma and then Soulflay it to reveal the fragment. This will trigger a dialogue sequence that will allow you to gain the boss's Remembrance item along with additional loot after the dialogue ends. These can then be brought back to Molhu to gain access to additional equipment. 

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How to Use a Remembrance Item in Lords of the Fallen?

To use a Remembrance Item or Boss Remembrance, players must first acquire the Bowl of Revelations which can be found in Pilgrim's Perch. You can check our walkthrough for Pilgrim's Perch to find out how to obtain the key item. Once you have it, return to Skyrest Bridge, warp into the Umbral realm, and give the quest item to Molhu. By giving the Bowl of Revelations, the feature to "Offer Remembrance" when interacting with Molhu becomes available.

Combat Tips for LotF Bosses

Bosses in Lords of the Fallen are encountered with varying strengths, weaknesses, and attack styles. In general, damage styles are sorted into Damage types (Physical, Fire, Holy, Wither) and Status Effects (itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleeditemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgniteitemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoisonitemimg mag spl statuseffect frostbite 24pxFrostbite) which each have their own effects and associated Consumables that can give you resistance or have the ability to cure the inflicted status. View each of the attacks each boss fight with below to correctly prepare for each encounter. When facing different bosses, players can also take note of the color of the damage numbers that pop up on the side of the boss bar upon dealing a successful attack. A Red damage number indicates that the boss is more susceptible to the attack or the type of damage you are dealing. Other times it will appear in white or grey, with grey indicating that enemy is somewhat resistant to that specific type of damage

Coop and Summons for Boss Fights

Players can combine their builds and efforts with one other friend in Multiplayer modes. Players who have access to online features can invite a friend for a seamless drop-in drop-out cooperative play and are able to complete whole areas, including Bosses, cooperatively. Access the Multiplayer menu from any of the activated Vestiges. Cooperative play does not affect the ability to Beckon NPC before a boss fight, should you still need additional assistance. You can visit the NPCs page to find a complete list of all the NPCs in Lords of the Fallen.

Aside from other players and cooperative play, some Boss encounters will allow players to Beckon in-game companions for the fight to assist with the battle. The available characters will appear in a cloud of moths. Each available form will represent a companion Choose to beckon a character and then it will pop up a prompt to confirm that you wish to seek assistance from that said character. Confirm your decision then step through into the boss area and they will join you in battle. These available companions may need to be unlocked before they become available. At times, they can also only be beckoned after facing an initial defeat from the boss. Please visit the Online & Multiplayer page to learn more about the different features and how Online Coop works in Lords of the Fallen.

Boss Encounters in Lords of the Fallen

All bosses can be identified by their large health pool and their boss health bar that will appear towards the bottom of the screen. However, some bosses are crucial encounters to the main storyline and are categorized as main bosses also known as Colossal Bosses. Main Bosses will also commonly have an introductory cutscene. Other bosses, or mini-bosses, may not have as grand of an entrance as the main bosses but are not necessarily optional encounters. The different tiers of bosses can also be differentiated from the defeat banner that appears at the end of the battle. Some different defeat phrases are the following:

  • Heresy Purged: Colossal Bosses
  • Sinner Judged: Secondary Bosses

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Lords of the Fallen Bosses Helpful Pages

  • For a complete list of all other hostile characters, please visit the Enemies page.
  • For all Boss Rewards or Boss Items, please check the Boss Remembrances page.
  • Please visit the New Game Plus page to learn about changes and other guides for NG+ cycles.
  • Please visit the Walkthrough page for Lords of the Fallen (LotF) for a detailed guide on the main story.
  • You can also check our Game Progress Route page for Lords of the Fallen (LotF) for a summarized progression path.
  • For a list of all the other Trophies or Achievements for Lords of the Fallen, please visit our Trophy & Achievement Guide page.

 

Lords of the Fallen All Bosses

LotF Boss Gallery
Comparison Table
LotF List of Bosses

 

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Lords of the Fallen Bosses Comparison Table


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Boss Name
Type
Location
Attacks With
Weak Vs
Holy Bulwark Otto
Secondary Defiled Sepulchre Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn
The Lightreaper
Colossal Defiled Sepulchre, Fitzroy's Gorge,
Fief of the Chill Curse,Upper Calrath
Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgnite itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison, Wither
Pieta, She of Blessed Renewal
Colossal Skyrest Bridge Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn, Wither
Scourged Sister Delyth
Secondary Pilgrim's Perch Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed Fire, Wither
Gentle Gaverus, Mistress of Hounds
Secondary Pilgrim's Perch Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn
The Sacred Resonance of Tenacity
Secondary Pilgrim's Perch Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed Wither
The Congregator of Flesh
Colossal Forsaken Fen Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed
The Hushed Saint
Colossal Forsaken Fen Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect frostbite 24pxFrostbite itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed
Mendacious Visage
Secondary Forsaken Fen Physical, Wither, itemimg mag spl statuseffect frostbite 24pxFrostbite itemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoisonitemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn
Crimson Rector Percival
Secondary Fitzroy's Gorge Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed itemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoisonitemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn
Ruiner
Secondary Fitzroy's Gorge Physical,itemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24px Igniteitemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite, Wither
Infernal Enchantress
Secondary Lower Calrath itemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgnite itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite (Holy), Wither
Spurned Progeny
Colossal Upper Calrath Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgniteitemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn Wither
Skinstealer
Secondary Cistern Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgnite itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoisonitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed
Bringer of Stillness
Secondary Cistern Physical Physical
Bringer of Silence
Secondary Cistern Physical Physical
Bringer of Nullity
Secondary Cistern Physical Physical
The Hollow Crow
Colossal Fief of the Chill Curse itemimg mag spl statuseffect frostbite 24pxFrostbite --
Kinrangr Guardian Folard
Secondary Fief of the Chill Curse Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect frostbite 24pxFrostbite --
Griefbound Rowena
Secondary Fief of the Chill Curse itemimg mag spl statuseffect frostbite 24pxFrostbite itemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgniteitemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison
Harrower Dervla, the Pledged Knight
Colossal Revelation Depths Physical, Wither Wither
The Unbroken Promise
Colossal Revelation Depths Physical, Wither Wither
Paladin's Burden
Secondary Path of Devotion Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgnite  --
Abiding Defenders
Secondary Manse of the Hallowed Brothers Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn
Tancred, Master of Castigations
Colossal Tower of Penance Physical, Holy, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison, Wither
Blessed Carrion Knight Sanisho
Secondary Tower of Penance Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison Fire
Reinhold the Immured
Colossal Tower of Penance Physical, Fire, itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burnitemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison
Abbess Ursula
Secondary Abbey of the Hallowed Sisters Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmiteitemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed Wither, itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed
Rapturous Huntress of the Dusk
Secondary Abbey of the Hallowed Sisters Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite Wither, itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed
Judge Cleric, the Radiant Sentinel
Colossal The Empyrean Physical, Holy/itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite (1st phase), Fire/itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24pxBurn/itemimg mag spl statuseffect ignite 24pxIgnite (2nd phase) Wither
The Sundered Monarch
Colossal Bramis Castle Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24pxBurn Wither, itemimg mag spl statuseffect bleed 24pxBleed
Adyr, the Bereft Exile
Colossal Rhogar Realm, Bramis Castle itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24pxBurn --
Elianne the Starved
Colossal Mother's Lull Physical, Holy, Wither, itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite Wither
Andreas of Ebb
Secondary Upper Calrath Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect poison 24pxPoison --
The Iron Wayfarer
Secondary Bramis Castle Gate Physical, Either Fire/itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24pxBurn or Wither --
Damarose the Marked
Secondary Bramis Castle Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24pxBurn itemimg mag spl statuseffect smite 24pxSmite
Tortured Prisoner
Secondary Bramis Castle Fire Holy, Wither
Kukajin
Secondary Upper Calrath Physical, Holy, Bleed Wither
Spirit of the Bleak Season
Secondary Forsaken Fen -- --
General Engstrom
Secondary Fitzroy's Gorge Physical, itemimg mag spl statuseffect burn 24px Burn --

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    • Anonymous

      Does anyone know if there is a complete boss list anywhere? I cant find one or need them to manually unlock my trophy if this is the complete list as i have earned it x again

      • Anonymous

        The achievement “None shall be spared” is bugged for me, I have killed every boss in this list, plus Kukajin, Tortured Prisoner, Andreas of Ebb, Damarose, General Engstorm and the hallowen boss.

        I have done all three endings and have soloed each boss at least once, still no achievement on Playstation. It is bugged, it works for some people but not others.

        • Anonymous

          Hello guys, I have a bug with this achievement "none shall be spared" (all boss),
          I made the entire list of these bosses on the same character,
          even the Halloween boss but the achievement does not trigger, any idea?
          Do people have the same problem? (I already have all the other achievements)

          • Anonymous

            Как вызвать кукаджин на бой.уже всё пробовал и платить и ни платить никак ни хочет покидать хаб

            • Anonymous

              Has this trophy bugged out for anyone? I've killed all these bosses, including the tortured prisoner that isn't listed here, and still no trophy.

              • Anonymous

                In NG+ there HP in nothing special on the begining of the run but the more you go towards the end of NG+ you see a big jump in HP specaly with bosses that have two HP bar fight. It just drags on.

                • Anonymous

                  Bonjour, quelqu'un a des informations pour combattre la prisonnierre ? Quel cheminement fau faire ect..? Car, il me reste que elle pour le trophée

                  • Anonymous

                    Does anyone have more information on how to confront the prisoner? I tried twice to advance the quest until I arrived at Bramis Castle and asked me to give him the clothes. I didn't give it to her and I was killed the monarch but nothing happens she just disappears from my game. Does anyone have an idea please?

                    • Anonymous

                      Following from my previous comment, the listed "3rd encounter" with Lightreaper is actually the 4th one. You can fight him for a 3rd time in the Fief of the Chill Curse right after the Hollow Crow, go past the beacon down some ladders and you'll eventually find yourself in front of a large circular arena with an item in the middle, the Lightreaper will appear there.

                      • Anonymous

                        Kukajin and the Tortured Prisoner also count as boss and you probably need them for the "kill every boss" achievement. Considering the fact that you have to do two endings on a single character to face every boss (Adyr being lock in Radiance ending and Elianne the Starved in the Umbral one) i'd suggest to beat them in the first run and not in the NG+ as they can be pretty helpful in NG+. The perfume that the Prisoner gives you will prove to be nice against the Sundered Monarch and Kukajin seems to avoid boss attacks more frequently (don't quote me on that tho it's just speculation on what i've seen by comparing her with other summons but i might've just been lucky). You unlock both as bosses by failing their quests on purpose : free the Prisoner and lead her to Bramis Castle but kill the Sundered Monarch before giving her the last item, free Kukajin and summon her for bosses (she doesn't have to survive the fight for it to count as long as you win after summoning her) but do not go back to Skyrest Bridge to pay her. You'll fight Kukajin in Upper Calrath in the dusty place where a Skinstealer usually walks around the place, it's the first place you'll see if you come from Skyrest Bridge through the door before Pieta. I didn't fight the Tortured Prisoner yet since i'm currently testing things out (and stuck at Bramis Castle gate because of the new progression breaking bug) but my wild guess would be that you fight her at the Sundered Monarch's area or near the Bramis Castle Vestige where she stands on for her quest. Last tip for people going for the achievement, you want to go for the Umbral ending first so that most of the optional bosses for the Radiance ending wont be required later in NG+ (Harrower Dervla and Elianne in that case) and will spare you a bit of the unbalanced mess that bosses are. And believe me, everybody would rather fight Adyr in NG+ rather than Elianne unless they want an annoying time consuming challenge.

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