Dancer of the Boreal Valley

dancer of the boreal valley enemies dark souls 3 wiki guide
General Info
hp  souls bonfire indent 24x
5111 60000 High Wall of Lothric
Drops Soul of the Dancer
Defenses
Enemy Type N/A
Weak dark indent Dark
Resistant bleed indent Bleed
Immune poison indent Poison
toxic indent Toxic
frost indent Frostbite
alluring skull yesno 64 Alluring Skull does not attract this enemy, making it ineffective.
rapport yesno 64 Rapport does not charm this enemy, making it ineffective.

Dancer of the Boreal Valley is a Boss in Dark Souls 3. This Dark Souls 3 Dancer of the Boreal Valley Guide features locations, strategies and videos on how to defeat Dancer of the Boreal Valley easily, as well as tips, weaknesses, trivia and lore notes for the Dancer boss.

The Dancer is a tall armored knight with a spectral cape and skulks towards the player when encountered. During combat, she wields a flaming sword in her left hand and, after being brought down to a certain health threshold, wields an ash sword in her right - reminiscent of Pontiff Sulyvahn's weapons.

This boss fight shares some similarities with the Sulyvahn fight - notably the aggressive and erratic attacks. This boss is not optional and must be killed for entry to Lothric Castle. There are two NPCs that are involved in the Dancer boss fight:

Bosses are unique and challenging Enemies that drop Boss Souls capable of being transformed into powerful Weapons, Spells, and Items for the player.

 

Dark Souls 3 Dancer of the Boreal Valley Location

Where to find Dancer of the Boreal Valley in Dark Souls 3?

 

Dancer of the Boreal Valley Drops

What do you get from defeating Dancer of the Boreal Valley in Dark Souls 3?

  • Souls: NG (60,000) | NG+ (180,000) | NG++ (200,000) | NG+3 (202,500) | NG+4 (216,000) | NG+6 (220,500) | NG+7 (229,500)
  • Co-Op Souls: NG (15,000) | NG+ (49,500)
  • Other: Soul of the Dancer

 

Dancer of the Boreal Valley Notes & Tips

What should you know about fighting Dancer of the Boreal Valley in Dark Souls 3?

 

Dancer of the Boreal Valley Stats

Playthrough NG NG + NG ++ NG +3 NG +4 NG +5 NG +6 NG +7
Health 5,111 6,625 7,287 7,618 7,950 8,612 8,943 9,275
Damage Type Standard Strike Slash Thrust Magic Fire Lightning Dark
Absorptions 20% 19% 22% 20% 19% 18% 17% -26%

 

Dark Souls 3 Dancer of the Boreal Valley Boss Guide & Strategies

DS3 Dancer Video Strategies

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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DS3 Dancer Attacks

First Phase (the Dancer wields a flame sword)
Attack Name Attack Description
Residual flames Many of the Dancer's attacks with her flame sword leave scorching marks that deal damage if the player walks over them.
Triple hit & slam The Dancer rapidly slashes her sword thrice, then slams in a slower attack.
Grab The Dancer attempts to grab the player, impaling them with her sword if she succeeds. The hitbox of the grab is cone-shaped, narrowing as it gets nearer to her. Deals enormous damage.
Swing The Dancer swings her sword in a diagonal motion.
Slam The Dancer slowly slams her sword into the ground, has tracking.
Twirl The Dancer stands up, before quickly swinging her sword in a short ranged 360 degree arc around her.
Thrust The Dancer draws her sword back, then thrusts it forward in a straight line.
Fire thrust The Dancer draws her sword back, then thrusts it forward in a straight line, shooting a jet of flame from its point.
AoE explosion

The Dancer raises a flame to her lips, then blows it to the floor, creating a medium sized area of effect blast around her.

Uppercut Slice

The Dancer quickly moves toward the player and swings her sword skyward. 

Second Phase (the Dancer wields an ash sword along with her flame sword)
Attack Name Attack Description
AoE ash cloud The Dancer reaches into the ground to draw her second sword, creating a cloud of ash that does minor damage. The second phase will always begin with this attack.
Blade dance The Dancer follows swings her swords in a series of vertical arcs, before finishing with a medium ranged horizontal spin attack. She will follow the player during this attack.
Slash, spin & double thrust combo 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.
Slash combo The Dancer performs a wide arcing horizontal slash, then follows up with a similar vertical slash.
Jump & spin combo The Dancer readies herself, then jumps to the player's location. Upon landing, she creates a short ranged area of effect explosion, then follows up with a short ranged spin attack after a small delay. She will use this attack to close distances.
Dual uppercut The Dancer swings both of her swords in an ascending arc in front of her, knocking the player into the air if hit.
Erupting ground slices 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. 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.
Ash AoE 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. Both ash clouds inflict considerable damage, and it is possible to be damaged by both in consecution.

How to fight and beat Dancer of the Boreal Valley

Strategy 1 (Melee)

Due to the large size of her flame sword it is not recommended to dodge backwards when she does combos. Wield your weapon two-handed and watch her sword. You can roll towards her when she does a wide range sword slash. Her long arms make it relatively easy to roll under and past her and get a few hits on her backside. Attacking her beside her right leg is generally safer than beside her left one, since she wields her sword in her left hand. Do not be greedy with your attacks; you are unlikely to get more than two in before she counterattacks.  Move away once the second part begins.

In the second phase things become more complicated. Do not attempt to block the entirety of her spin attack as she will certainly stagger you; abuse pillars and try to dodge some of it. You must play more reactively in this phase, as safely approaching her during combos has become more difficult and remaining close to her is out of the question. Wait for her to perform an attack with a long ending animation, then hit her and move away again (being very wary of the delayed action on some of her magic effects). You have time to strike her once during the jump & spin combo, between the landing AoE and the circular slash (dodge backwards at least once after the attack). Continue patiently getting hits in and avoid endangering yourself and you will win before long. You may also use projectile consumables to damage her more safely, although in phase 2 if you distance yourself from her she will jump and reposition herself, which will also involve an attack.

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. It contains twelve essential tidbits of knowledge that are formulated from watching no-hit SL1 runs of the boss.

  1. The Dancer opens up the fight somewhat calm, but becomes more aggressive as her health goes down. Being a harder boss, the player only gets up to about three hits before she risks getting hit, and the Dancer does about 600HP damage pretty easy on a ~SL81 character, so it is not advised to get greedy, especially considering that the Dancer's resistance is low, and she is pretty accepting of damage.
  2. The Dancer's attacks are very damaging. Luckily for the player, her telegraphs are there, and involve her raising her swords.
  3. Avoiding her attacks is not that bad. The player will not have as easy of a time as she did with Pontiff in avoiding them, but she will not be dealing with the same level of hectic activity as Aldrich, either. The Dancer is somewhat in-between those in how she keeps the temperature of the fight. Going to her rear, and clinging to her trunk avoids most swings, so any attacks that cannot be tracked for dodging can be tanked on the player's shield. She is not a fast turner, so keeping a lock and strafing to hug her rear is not difficult.
  4. At this time, it is very easy to have 13 Estus Flasks at +8 strength, so this is desirable and gives a lot of extra HP to draw from in the battle, even if the player's vigor stat is low.
  5. The Dancer's attacks are very fast, even if her telegraphs are very noticeable. Her most dangerous attacks are spinning attacks, like with some enemies in Irithyll Valley, and those can insta-kill the player, so the player should mind those. 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.
  6. Of those spinning attacks mentioned above, she has an attack (The Blade Dance) that cycles seven times, where on the seventh time, she may spin twice. It is possible, while hugging the back of her pelvis (being closer to the back of her right thigh may optimize this more), to completely avoid getting hit by six of those attacks, and then waiting for the seventh to roll in the direction that the blade is swinging to avoid damage while optimizing invincibility frames. This attack tends to run counter-clockwise, so rolling to the left, or in the z-axis are doable for that finishing spin. Youtube videos are good at showing this!
  7. There is a shorter variant of the Blade Dance move that is about five spins long, where the Dancer's rear flank will not be safe for the last two spins. This is dodgeable if the player remembers that her invincibility frames start when the dodging animation starts. 
  8. 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. Her leg is further forward there, so it will not block the player from strafing to get to her back.
  9. The Dancer has a grab attack that comes out of her empty hand. This can do about 1000HP of damage, so the player should avoid this.
  10. The Dancer does not consume a lot of stamina, if a player is trying to block attacks, but she will still stagger if the player actually relies on her shield, so unless the player has one of the best shields, a lot of HP, and a lot of defense, she should avoid this tactic entirely.
  11. The dancer has an AOE attack, where she attacks the floor, and screams. This has about a six foot radius. No need to get hit by this!
  12. When she loses about 35% of her health, she will attack the floor and do her AOE, but this will have a good twelve food radius, much bigger than her other AOE. 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. 

That is basically the top and bottom of the fight. The player now knows the dangers, how to avoid them while preserving the means to attack, and being efficient, so the fight will be much easier with that playbook.

 

Strategy 2 (Pillar Peek)

This strategy can be done with either sorcery or melee. When you go into the room, immediately go to one of the four pillars. Make sure to roll/smash the surrounding furniture to allow for free movement. Now you'll just need to keep kiting the Dancer around the pillar, or just keep moving left and right slightly to keep the Dancer in one place so that she can never progress towards you and is stuck at the pillar. Be careful though, she can still hit you through the pillar. If you're keeping her in place by taking advantage of how she tracks and aggroes, she won't be able to move towards you during those attacks so just keep a distance when she's attacking. This is useful because during attacks like the Blade Dance, she will just spin in place and not pose a threat at all.

Just wait behind the pillar while she attacks and during her recovery phase get a quick hit in, and retreat back to kiting. Be cautious, especially during the second phase, of what opportunities you use to attack. You'll want to have enough time to run to her, attack, and move back. Throw a Pestilent Mercury into the mix and the fight becomes somewhat trivial. 

 

Strategy 3 (Magic)

The Dancer of the Boreal Valley is one of these bosses which are more difficult for spellcasters simply because she is able to quickly close the distance. For example, she will end her spin attack in phase 2 after just a few spins once she has reached melee distance with you.
All sorcery spells work well against the dancer, although it is easier to avoid getting hit when relying on faster spells such as Great Soul Arrow or Soul Spear. The Dancer is also weak to dark magic - so one easy solution for this boss fight is to use Affinity: Make room between you and the Dancer (especially the wooden area on the left and right of the church, behind the pillars, are great), cast Affinity, stay in range, lock on, cast Soul Spear on the Dancer, run away and repeat. Other good spells here will be Black Fire Orb, but ordinary fire spells such as Chaos Bed Remnants or Great Chaos Fire Orb will also do big damage.

 

Strategy 4 (Dragon Crest Shield)

This strategy works great for Thieves. Hiding behind the Dragon Crest Shield gives you the opportunity to stay close to her most of the time. The key is to stick behind her as much as possible and to wear her down with a quick one-handed weapon. Painting Guardian's Curved Sword is a great choice. Watch your stamina bar and lower your shield when possible to recover it quickly. Chloranthy Ring is a great addition. During some of her combos it might be necessary to back off completely to recover your stamina. Just make sure your stamina never depletes when you are close. Since the pace of the fight increases during phase 2 you have to pay more attention to her moves but basically you can stick to the same strategy. 

 

Dancer DS3 Lore Theories

  • She was one of the daughters of the royal family of Irithyll, but was ordered by Pontiff Sulyvahn to become a dancer first, and then legioneer, which is equal to exile. He also gifted her dual blades, infused with darkness and fire, similar to his own weapons.
  • While Pontiff Sulyvahn wields his dark weapon in his left hand and his fire weapon in his right hand the Dancer does the opposite, wielding dark in her right hand and fire in her left hand.
  • All Outrider Knights are fated to turn into beasts. According to her armor's description the armor is actually fused to her "hide".

Dancer of the Boreal Valley Trivia

  • The most dangerous part of the first phase is her grab attack. She announces the attack with a snake-like bow and then slowly sweeps her right arm over the floor to grab you and smash you on the floor. Either get some distance immediately when you see her bow or roll-dodge through the sweep (she uses her right hand, so roll to the left or you will get caught in the sweep).
  • If you dodge one hit of a combo, the remainder of the combo is unlikely to strike you.
  • The setting of this battle is reminiscent to that of Bloodborne's Vicar Amelia, which is fought in the Healing Church's Grand Cathedral.
  • 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. Also conceals her face, like Ciaran. These things seem to suggest a relationship between the two, and possibly that there are other characters corresponding to the Knights of Gwyn.
  • During the fight, you can clearly hear each of her footsteps echo throughout the room.
  • Attacks with the fire sword will leave traces on the environment and will light objects in the room on fire (just visual).
    • By the end of the fight, it's likely that half of the room is on fire and lit brightly.
    • Once defeated, the Dancer explodes into ash and extinguishes all of the fire in the room.
  • In beta footage, the Dancer is called Dancer of the Frigid Valley.

 

 



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    • Anonymous

      Which quests are influenced by fighting and by killing the dancer early?
      Thanks a lot for any answers.
      Maybe I get an answer from the NPC Websites

      • Anonymous

        Played it extreme Aggro using +7 sellsword L1 at lvl 50. First try somehow. (She didn't do her grab attack at all)

        • Anonymous

          Still remember my first run in DS3 back on launch day. Chappel was full of bloodstaines and granny was sitting in her chair, silently watching the horror show. Will never forget that.

          • Anonymous

            Int: pestilent mist
            Pyro: black fireball
            Miracle: dorhys gnawing
            Spells for casters to stand a chance against her.
            Melee players in general: wear decent armor and the shield ring, attack once and find good openings to punish.
            Hope this helps somebody save some stress

            • Anonymous

              It came for me after fighting Aldrich?? Like straight after, had like 200k runes so was well annoyed but relieved I killed first time...

              • Anonymous

                i have no idea how was I supposed to now to go to that chamber and fight this boss without looking it up on the internet

                • Anonymous

                  Idk what's with my luck with this boss but everytime I face this ****er I end up getting insta killed cause it keeps grabbing me then stabbing me with it's sword -_- how the **** am I supposed to kill this thing when it just keeps grabbing me

                  • Anonymous

                    just found out that if you initiated the boss fight early then killed the three lords, instead of spawning you in the chapel, it spawns you outside the fog gate.

                    • Anonymous

                      for mages, use the pestilent mist spell (you get it from giving any scroll to Orbeck of Vinheim) at the first pillar to your left, and just keep you and her between the pillar while making sure shes taking damage

                      • Anonymous

                        between her and the Black Knives why did From have to give my *** ass a thing for women with veiled armor and no visible face

                        • Anonymous

                          There’s something so… off about this boss’ timings to me, I can’t really explain it. A great fight but something about her rhythm throws me off

                          • Anonymous

                            Wow, I actually beat her on my very first attempt, which greatly surprised me. This might actually be my favorite boss in the base game. Having the Flame and Dark Stoneplate rings on helps ALOT. I wouldn't have survived without them. I started the fight with Dark Hand, but quickly switched over to my Dark Dragonslayer's Axe +7 which did more damage. Her attacks hit hard, but they are well telegraphed, they have a very steady rhythm and aren't hyper fast. Dodging her attacks really felt like a dance. Her attack with like 7 spins in a row is intimidating, but if you can get the right rhythm for dodging, it feels so good. All of her attacks feel really good to dodge. The fight was difficult, but she never felt OP in any way. Not too fast, no hyper sporadic movements, no massive AOE's, no attacks without any tells, no massive health pool. That was probably one of my favorite fights in the series.

                            • Anonymous

                              What makes this boss hard is how unnatural her movement is, is floaty and slow but it hits hard when you are not expecting it

                              • Anonymous

                                Only hard boss. You probably say nameless is harder, but he isn't. by the time you face nameless you can have fully upgraded gear. besides, you can kill nameless in 2 minutes with sorcery, so he's only hard if you choose to make him hard. with dancer, if you try him/her before vordt, you have nothing. You can come back later but you still won't have +10 gear (unless you do the dlc's).

                                • Anonymous

                                  I triggered this boss early by accident by killing Emma thinking the ladder behind her was opened via some sort of secret boss... My early Unga Bunga fatroll build didn't quite hold up.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    I didn't like fighting Pontiff Sulyvahn, so I fought this boss instead, somehow managed to beat her second try with my Dark ZweiHander +6

                                    • Anonymous

                                      For early dancer... don't bother with bandit's knife or the deep battle axe or whatever. For those of us with merely mortal thumbs, surviving long enough in phase 2 to kill her with those just does not work, especially after the bleed nerf. If you can pull that off, more power to you, but the rest of us need a workable strategy too.

                                      Instead, just hop down to the undead settlement, talk to Yoel, jump off the edge a bunch to level up the hollowing, and buy the dark hand from Yuria. That thing does bananas damage to her, I killed her with it in one try after a good 80+ fruitless attempts with other weapons, the difference is night and day. Don't waste your time and shards on other stuff, just go punch her lights out with that and save yourself a whole ton of frustration.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Me: Hey, guys, I'm a casual player, on on a pure strength build I'm having real hard time with this boss. Some tips maybe?
                                        All-pro playas: Git good, sucker, and stay near her left leg.
                                        Me: Imma visit Rosaria, switch to inteligence, buy pestilent mist from Orbeck!
                                        All-pro playas: Don't do it, sucker, git good!
                                        Me (watching Dancer from behind the spiral staircase doing her thing and taking constant damage): My mist got good.
                                        All-pro playas: SUCKER!!!!

                                        • Anonymous

                                          I killed her I killed her on my first playthrough the dance of the Boreal valley on my first playthrough at level 49 voo

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Best boss for punishing weaker players that brute force a lot of earlier bosses. Fairly easy if you play is smart and dont panic. And dont greed too many hits or you can get caught in a 15 foot food processor

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Boys if ur having trouble on this boss then here some hints first off in the first phase stay close and bait her attacks her most punishable attacks are the fire ring and grab you dodge the grab and attack and for the fire wait and find the opening and attack you should only attack three times in these attacks but for normal attacks only attack twice but her second phase you need to stay far away from the spin attacks she will do seven so count and punish she will have more combos but you should dodge the slam and punish be careful for aoe after a dark aoe she will spin again so rinse and repeat

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Lion Knight Albert is not available for the Dancer of the Boreal Valley fight at all. I never killed Emma and went through the story to get 3 Lords of Cinder done and was teleported here during a cutscene and she died after I talked to her with her giving me the Basin of Vows. I am in NG also.

                                                • The page says that she's difficult for spellcasters, yet my pure caster sorceress (third playthrough) just kited her and threw GHSA at her until she died for a first try clear. As long as you keep your distance (and not be confused by all the objects blocking your way), she goes down to magic fast.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Dancer is an average boss if you fight her after defeating three lords of cinder, but she is a nightmare if you kill the old woman early in the game.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Just beat her for the first time in one go. Fun boss, not too aggressive and her moves have enough range to keep you on your toes.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Hardest boss together with NK for me first playthrough back in 2016. Still remember her grip impalement move oneshoted me so my HP had to be extremely low.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          She usually gives me the runaround, killing me 2-5 times before I beat her. Just fought her on my new pyro run and wow she was a total joke. I just ran away, threw black fire, repeat until dead. Black Fire Orb was doing >600 damage per cast at ~30Int/25Fth and +6 pyro flame. I think she hit me once, and sure, it did half my health, but from there on I just stayed farther away and it was a laughing matter. Man dark damage is just OP in DS3 PvE

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            garbage boss. I got an idea, let's make a boss that either doesn't stop attacking or literally just walks in circles and does nothing the whole fight. There's no getting good. Its just random bullshit

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              I'm doing a sorcery only run, I've killed Abyss Watchers and Wolnir. It's either this or crystal sages but I can't beat Crystal sages for my LIFE! I come here and use pestilent mist. You have to dodge a lot and stay "aggressive" to keep her in the same place but otherwise it was an okay fight. I actually hated this fight. I don't know why, it's not rage or anything i just dislike it

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Staggering her and baiting her attacks worked for me, i got her in my first try.

                                                                RNG also plays a role, not gona lie

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Might be just me, but I really dislike her second phase. I beat the game at SL1 twice so I'd consider myself to be pretty good at dodging, but dodging is super unreliable during the second phase. Some of her follow up attacks hit you before you're done with the first rolling animation, two of her double blade attacks will get you hit by the second blade even if you dodge the first one, and there is little to none downtime between her follow up attacks, which requires reaction rolling since she decides whether she'll do the follow-up or not randomly. I really enjoy the first phase, the atmosphere and OST, but arena and her second phase moveset makes me hate fighting this boss. Like I can beat her without much trouble during my normal playthroughs, but fighting her at SL1 was a pain and I felt like I just got lucky instead of feeling accomplished.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Offed her with foul sorcery, for some reason my crystal Astoria gs did less damage to her than crystal spear. Just run like a filthy casul and smack her from time to time. On 40 int and 20 atn it took 3 ashestus to bring her down

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      I can consistently kill Dancer before fighting Vordt now, with a +2 weapon at best. Deep battle axe can do it but bandits knife makes it a breeze, and is good against Oceiros and Gundyr as well. To achieve this I had to break a habit of mine. I always roll right. In the dancers second phase, she gets an attack where she slams the dark sword down very quickly, and then sweeps with the fire sword. If you roll right, she will smack your ass out of the sky with the second hit. If you roll left twice, you can dodge both hits. It seems stupid but it was literally the key to early dancer kills for me. Hope this helps.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        why is the player in the tool tips referred to as female? very confusing when 'she' and 'her' is used all the time for dancer & player.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          tip to avoid her spin just hide behind a pillar and stand back she cant break the pillar but her blades will still go through it so sand back

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            The dancer is the most beautiful fantasy character to ever exist and this is coming from someone who used to watch and read anime religiously

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              40 strength and 10 luck; +6 barbed straight sword + one application of carthus rouge. Took me about 2 minutes because I played conservatively.
                                                                              Anyway, the point is that bleed is a viable way to beat this boss. Each proc popped an extra 700+ damage, and each swing hit for about 130-150. Bleed procs about every 6-7 hits with Carthus Rouge applied. Got 4 procs during the fight, and likely would've gotten more if I was more aggressive.
                                                                              Oh, and brotip: get the Symbol of Avarice from a Mimic (I like to use Undead Charms on the two Mimics outside Yorm's boss room to get one). After killing the boss (and ANY boss), quickly jump into your inventory and equip the Symbol. You have about 5-10 seconds to get to it (and the Symbol of Avarice always seems to be the last helmet, so I just hold down R2 to get to it quickly). It will apply the extra souls as long as you equip it before you get the souls. With a Silver Serpent Ring, the Shield of Want, and the Symbol of Avarice, this boss gave me 111k souls. So you should do it too!

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                I was trying dodging and all that but after 15th attempt got tired (it was my fourth boss in a row) and just staggered ***** to death with flamberge. God she's a nightmare to dodge

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  I don’t think I’ve fought any boss in any game with more fitting music than Dancer. It’s just perfect

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    Someone needs to fix the defenses and damage types of dancer because 1 she's weak to bleed and her swords DO magic, NOT dark.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      we she spins I cant help but hear in my head you spin me right round like a record baby that's probly why i end up getting killed

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        If your sorcerer build is struggling against this, try using pestilential mist as your only damage for this fight. Simply cast mist near the pillars and kite the dancer into it. You won’t need line of sight for this strategy and can remove all your sorcery scaling items in favour of heavier armour, since mist does not scale with sorcery items

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          For low level player that want to beat the dancer face her alone with dark hand summoning phantoms gives her more health and makes her attack less predictable do to the size of her weapons you can easily get hit while she's attacking another player facing her solo made this boss fight a whole lot easier less health more predictable more damage

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            Just felt really proud of myself and wanted to share it you guys :)

                                                                                            I just beat her first try with a Heavy Zweihander and only took one hit!
                                                                                            It's gotta be one of my best performances against a boss ever :D

                                                                                            (I'm not the other dude asking about the Zweihander)

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              there needs to be a dialogue were the dancer after her intro plays says to the player you want to slap my ass don't you i would like to see you try

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