Elden Ring: How To Beat Rennala, Queen Of The Full Moon

While not as grueling as Margit the Fell Omen or Godrick the Grafted, Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon, can still put up quite a challenge depending upon your build. Despite her low health and simple mechanics, this enchantress has high intelligence and a deadly assortment of spells and Spirit Ashes, making it best to act quickly to defeat her. Here's a guide on how to beat Elden Ring's fourth mandatory boss--and gain the ability to reallocate your character's skill points.PreparationShortly after defeating the Red Wolf of Redagon, you'll find yourself closing in on Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon. Luckily, Rennala isn't nearly as complex, evasive, or swift as the bosses you've bested thus far, so feel free to let out a sigh a relief. Other than making sure you spend your runes and stock up on potions, the only real preparation I'd recommend is making sure you are wearing armor with high magic defense. If you're a magic user yourself, be sure to have a melee weapon on-hand for the first phase of the battle and memorize Rock Sling to take down Rennala as quickly as possible.Phase oneIf you're the type to summon Spirit Ashes the moment you leap into battle, my first tip for you is to hold off for a bit. The first phase of your fight against Rennala features the sorceress in a room cluttered with her devoted disciples, many of whom you needn't concern yourself with attacking. Instead, you're going to want to focus on finding and taking down the students who are providing the enchantress with her golden forcefield. To find them, search for the three students with a golden aura around them. You'll want to do this as quickly as possible, because if you take too long, Rennala will turn a handful of students into powerful objects she propels at you. While they aren't too difficult to dodge, it's an added annoyance you don't have to deal with if you work swiftly. If you're having difficulty locating them, follow the direction of the books being thrown at you--they're pretty hard to miss.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Elden Ring: How To Beat Rennala, Queen Of The Full Moon

While not as grueling as Margit the Fell Omen or Godrick the Grafted, Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon, can still put up quite a challenge depending upon your build. Despite her low health and simple mechanics, this enchantress has high intelligence and a deadly assortment of spells and Spirit Ashes, making it best to act quickly to defeat her. Here's a guide on how to beat Elden Ring's fourth mandatory boss--and gain the ability to reallocate your character's skill points.

Preparation

Shortly after defeating the Red Wolf of Redagon, you'll find yourself closing in on Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon. Luckily, Rennala isn't nearly as complex, evasive, or swift as the bosses you've bested thus far, so feel free to let out a sigh a relief. Other than making sure you spend your runes and stock up on potions, the only real preparation I'd recommend is making sure you are wearing armor with high magic defense. If you're a magic user yourself, be sure to have a melee weapon on-hand for the first phase of the battle and memorize Rock Sling to take down Rennala as quickly as possible.

Phase one

If you're the type to summon Spirit Ashes the moment you leap into battle, my first tip for you is to hold off for a bit. The first phase of your fight against Rennala features the sorceress in a room cluttered with her devoted disciples, many of whom you needn't concern yourself with attacking. Instead, you're going to want to focus on finding and taking down the students who are providing the enchantress with her golden forcefield. To find them, search for the three students with a golden aura around them. You'll want to do this as quickly as possible, because if you take too long, Rennala will turn a handful of students into powerful objects she propels at you. While they aren't too difficult to dodge, it's an added annoyance you don't have to deal with if you work swiftly. If you're having difficulty locating them, follow the direction of the books being thrown at you--they're pretty hard to miss.

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