You can deal frontal blows at the risk of being hit. But, since you’re already on the lookout for the big attacks, this should not change your strategy. Always stay alert. Each hit will cause 363 damage when he's nailed in the face. As Señor Editor, he produces words (and stuff) for Gosunoob. The Cleric Beast doesn’t have an exceptionally large move set when compared to other bosses in Bloodborne, so you can learn its entire attack list within the first minute of combat. Want us to remember this setting for all your devices? That’s all you need to know for how to beat the Cleric Beast in Bloodborne. If the course of battle has led you to have some distance between you and the boss, be aware that the creature can make use of a lunging attack that will close the gap and ruin your face in short order. He’s large, has crazy strength, will destroy everything and anything around him, and can easily kill you if you don’t react fast enough.
© 2020 GAMESPOT, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. When this happens, get well away from the boss to avoid the worst of its super-charged attacks. You are now ready good hunter after making your way through Yharnam's treacherous streets of the infected. This becomes a huge obstacle when coupled with the second challenge this boss fight presents. How to kill the Cleric Beast in Bloodborne. In the case of the Cleric Beast, its overhead smash attack will sometimes leave its claws stuck in the ground.
The cleric beasts are huge creatures with hideous horns and shrieks that sound like cries of agony.
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- You can find the rest of our Bloodborne walkthrough from the first page of this article. But, you also want to never be too far from the boss. There are a lot of words (and stuff) there, so he's terribly busy. Ah, the beast is down, with 2 Blood Vials left to spare.
It will also leap into the air and crash down on you, or use its long slamming attack to either pull back with a large wave of force, or pull itself forward into a charge.