According to her armor's description the armor is actually fused to her "hide". Be cautious, especially during the second phase, of what opportunities you use to attack. Dancer of the Boreal Valley is a Boss in Dark Souls 3. By the end of the fight, it's likely that half of the room is on fire and lit brightly. Only Youtube Partners can place videos. The Dancer moves slowly and vaguely, as if swimming through the air, but she will strike at the player with immense speed and precision. He also gifted her dual blades, infused with darkness and fire, similar to his own weapons. I've tried to restart my game and completely restart my computer (just in case). The host was healing on the side while I held agro in the middle, and she did her thrust attack in the 2nd phase. The Dancer's intro cutscene shows her emerging from a portal in a stained glass window, then dropping down and slowly rising, with a flaming sword in her hand, to face the player. Upon landing, she creates a short ranged area of effect explosion, then follows up with a short ranged spin attack after a small delay. The Dancer performs two slashes in front of herself, followed by a short ranged spin attack, two more slashes, and then a forward thrust using both of her swords. did they changed his location ? Painting Guardian's Curved Sword is a great choice. Slam: The dancer slowly slams her sword into the ground, has tracking. The Dancer drags her flame sword through the ground in a counterclockwise 180 degree arc, then does a similar clockwise cut with her ash sword. Problem is she loves to camp in the small spaces by the walls and pillars, and trying to kite her away is often suicide since being at a distance makes her extremely unpredictable. Uses matching swords; one gold, one dark, similar to the Gold Tracer and Dark Tracer wielded by Lord's Blade Ciaran in Dark Souls 1, and wields them in the same hands. Her telegraphs have a tendency to appear as fake-outs, so the player should note that it is only a good idea to dodge if she is actually throwing an attack with her blades, and to note that little things like head jerking do not mean anything. The first stage is easy, but the second is hell... Everytime when I play caster I stuck here.I think it's easier to kill her with dark hand than with spells. ), NG+3 (?? 2 Hits makes her bleed, and you can snipe her easily. Can someone, anyone place a summon sign at the dancer fight (preferably 2) I'm stuck on it for a month already, Killed her early with Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +3 and Shield of Want and got 320k souls.I'm in NG++. Shortly after each cut is made, it erupts with the element of the sword that created it, knocking the player into the air if hit. In addition to the above, since the Dancer is one of the more difficult bosses (speedrunners of the game even rate her about a 9 out of 10), below is a full playbook on how to beat the Dancer of the Boreal Valley as a melee class. If you want to save some FP, do the first phase (or as much as you feel safe) with any weapon (dark infused/buffed can help), then just spam her accross the room and run away.When she spin, just wait behind a pillar, then run accross the room and snipe her again.You do need 25 Faith for the spell, but I did it with only 15 attunement and only used 3 FP potions, this spell has a low FP consumption.If you lack the faith, maybe try using normal gnaw spell or the faith ring. I beat Dancer today at SL1 no upgrades, my advice is, if you are doing a similar run, the spider shield is extremely good if you are the kind of person who can't dodge every attack like me, and obviously raw bandits knife (I used blood bandits knife), it was great because the difficulty level was almost identical to the first time I played through the game without any restriction except my lack of ability, My character name is GarethSo if you see my summon sign do reply plz, Hey some one is helping me but he will disappear as soon as I traveller the fog he will disappear because he is dark spirit. Luckily for the player, her telegraphs are there, and involve her raising her swords. Someone please help out this boss is difficult alone. Uses matching swords; one gold, one dark, similar to the Gold Tracer and Dark Silver Tracer wielded by Lord's Blade Ciaran in Dark Souls 1, and wields them in the same hands. ), NG+6 (?? Reply. Continue patiently getting hits in and avoid endangering yourself and you will win before long. Has anyone ever deflected her thrusts? Very rarely I could summon someone and successfully get through the fog wall. Youtube videos are good at showing this! I did a little more looking into it, and the item description for the Gold Tracer seems to have something relevant. Why is the Dancer of the Frigid Valley so hard to kill compared to previous bosses? Oct 7, 2015. Save for when she does her AoEs, you do not want to leave that spot. If you dodge one hit of a combo, the remainder of the combo is unlikely to strike you. floppy-dissk liked this . "She" has silver plated armor running up and down her body, with a veil trailing from her head. ), NG+9 (??). The Dancer's form is that of a huge female-looking humanoid with impossibly long, slender limbs. When it's 20-30 fps you kinda just get what you get. Attacking her beside her right leg is generally safer than beside her left one, since she wields her sword in her left hand. The Dancer thrusts her ash sword into the ground halfway to its hilt while releasing an ash cloud in a circle around her, then after a small delay thrusts it in further, creating another ash cloud. This unusual gait, paired with the caustic dark ooze that drips from her body whilst warping into the cathedral (very similar to the liquid that exudes from Knight Artorias), may imply a connection with the Abyss. Sei sicher bei Level, Waffen, Upgrades, und Taktiken. Semi-cheesy strategy that works for low level casters, Co-op strategy (+5 Irithyll Sword, Gold set armour), Champion's Gravetender & Gravetender Greatwolf. I still have a couple of these left in me! One try. The Dancer stands up, before quickly swinging her sword in a short ranged 360 degree arc around her. Smack that booty and show that thot who is the boss. The Dancer moves slowly and vaguely, as if swimming through the air, but she will strike at the player with immense speed and precision. Seelen: NG (?? Chloranthy Ring is a great addition. When her health is around 50% depleted, she will summon another blade, this one imbued with ash. After half of her HP is depleted move away and be ready for the second phase. Her attack even bounced off, and there wasn't even a pillar or the wall to deflect it. Follow. The Dancer is a towering, lanky being that more closely resembles her master, Pontiff Sulyvahn, than the other beastly armored knights from Irithyll, like Vordt. The setting of this battle is reminiscent to that of Bloodborne's Vicar Amelia, which is fought in the Healing Church's Grand Cathedral. Her long arms make it relatively easy to roll under and past her and get a few hits on her backside. ), NG++ (?? Beside her right leg is generally safer than beside her left one, since she wields her sword in her left hand. She will then fill her empty hand with another sword, then do her blade dance move, where she spams her spinning attack, so the player should note that will come at that time. The dancer grabs you, raises you up and then impales you with her sword. - Dancer of the Frigid Valley. If the player is finding it hard to get to the flank of the Dancer at her back, it helps to strafe to the player's left, over the Dancer's right shoulder, where she has an empty hand. Continue patiently getting hits in and avoid endangering yourself and you will win before long. Many of the Dancer's attacks with her flame sword leave scorching marks that deal damage if the player walks over them. Reblog. The trick to controlling her is to hug her right leg, vastly limiting her movepool. Search up Dancer of the Frigid Valley boss to see her in action! Make sure to roll/smash the surrounding furniture to allow for free movement. You must play more reactively in this phase, as safely approaching her has become more difficult and remaining close to her is out of the question. The Dancer is somewhat in-between those in how she keeps the temperature of the fight. The Dancer performs two slashes in front of herself, followed by a short ranged spin attack, two more slashes, and then a forward thrust using both of her swords. So my brother and I were talking about Dank Sweg 3 Dark Souls 3, and we noticed that the Dancer of the Frigid Valley looks pretty much just like Ciaran, one of the four knights of Gwyn.