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yhorm the giant

With combat as incredible as this , those extra boss fights are no doubt a tempting choice. To do so, you need to hold down the weapon skill button until the storm effect pulsates, indicating that a storm bolt can be unleashed. If you progress Siegward’s questline all the way to the end, he will show up for this fight no need to summon, he automatically appears and with a Storm Ruler in hand. What the “MySpace angle” is to uggos, the intro is to this guy. Dark Souls 3 Guide:

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I found what seems to be a another way to take down Yhorm with Siegs help ensuring he’ll live. If Siegward cooperation do not go grab storm ruler yourself from ground. Immune to Fire damage. Rinse, repeat as Sieg attacks him with Weapon Art from a safer distance.

Once he finishes he’ll slowly turn around to do it again, occasionally doing a Radial Knockdown that can be blocked. Then you arrive at the Profaned Capital only to be greeted by an oversized lanklet. The arena is large enough that you can get plenty of distance between you in order to cue up your attack between exchanges. You should save me. Make sure you bring some Ashen Estus so you can refill your FP if necessary, and keep your sword charged at all times.


Yhorm likely chose to link the flame because of his sense of duty and loyalty to the people he ruled. Vordt of the Boreal Valley. Continue baiting Yhorm, tapping on his leg once or twice after he finishes his attacks, keeping his attention on you. Following the loss of the one he wished to protect, he forsook his shield. It’s probably during this time Siegward of Catarina befriended the lonely giant. Died to Dancer and ran back from Profaned Capital bonfire and his bonfire was already lit.

In other words, at the beginning of the fight when he runs to you, it should be possible for you to already bring him to his knees the first time.

Yhorm the Giant – Darksouls3

Roll between his legs as necessary and return to step 2 when possible. You need to come out at least exactly between his legs. So yeah, Siegward can really tivialize the whole thing, but it’s the best course of action if you don’t want an undroppable Storm Ruler stuck in your inventory forever, assuming that bothers you. IMO should be patched out?

I may be in the minority, tne Yhorm is a cool boss. Giqnt believed he had made a terrible mistake.

Yhorm the Giant | Dark Souls 3 Wiki

For sorcerers in trouble, google ‘Intelligence kills Yhorm the Giant’ for guidance. If u pick it up siegward dies.


But one day, in place of his shield, a left-hand notch was added to his machete, enabling the smashing technique that would become the legacy of yhoorm later years. Iron out your crap, F. With the Storm Ruler the fight is essentially just dodging, which is very easy with Yhorm.

Weak against attacks to his arms and torso. Use to acquire numerous souls, or transpose to extract its true strength.

Hes actually kinda fun with bow only still easy as he has like 3 moves you need to learn: It’s plain fucking tedious to get to him.

Dark Souls 3 boss: how to beat Yhorm the Giant

I spent a good 30 minutes trying to fight him with my normal sword, to be dissapointed while reading this page that I never knew what weapon art was hyorm that he was so easy to beat with it, but absolutely impossible to beat without it. Since Siegward also has a Storm Ruler sword, this makes the boss battle much easier.

This weapon is essential to do meaningful damage to Yhorm. Found at the end of the Profaned Capitalaccessible through Irithyll Dungeon.

The great problem of Yhorm is his extremely high range, so stay out of it is your top priority.