Being a souls-like game, Lies of P has no shortage of difficult boss fights. On average, each boss fight you encounter on your adventures through Krat is going to give you a hard time. For the inexperienced souls-like gamer, these fights may become multi-hour endeavors full of the pain and suffering that is beloved in this genre of gaming. For anyone wondering which bosses will put up a fight, here are the hardest bosses in Lies of P.
10. Parade Master
Although the Parade Master isn’t the most challenging boss in the world, it can give souls-like newcomers a fair challenge. Luckily, its wide but slow attacks give players ample opportunities to dodge. Getting hit, on the other hand, may catch new players who haven’t mastered all the techniques in a cycle of pain.
9. Scrapped Watchman
Though the Scrapped Watchman and Parade Master are around the same level of difficulty, the Scrapped Watchman is a bit harder boss in Lies of P. As early game bosses, at this point in the game, I was still getting used to all the mechanics of Lies of P, especially the Perfect Guard. Once you memorize the Scrapped Watchman’s attack patterns and master the guard, the Scrapped Watchman shouldn’t be nearly as hard. At least, not until the second phase where the massive robot leaves electricity behind on each attack.
8. King’s Flame, Fuoco
Moving on with our hardest Lies of P bosses, we have the King’s Flame Fuoco. Many of the mechanical monstrosity’s attacks are a bit slow and predictable, though they do a massive amount of damage, so blocking is essential. Additionally, in direct contrast to these lumbering attacks, Fuoco has a quick kick attack that can catch you off guard. Plus, when he starts shooting ranged fire attacks, the fight gets even more hectic.
7. Archbishop Andreus
Coming up next, Archbishop Andreus is our first multi-phase boss fight on our list. Though this fight can be a bit intimidating at first, generally, Andreus’ attacks are slow-moving and easy to block or avoid. They do cover a large area, so you may want to be careful when going for a dodge. The first phase is relatively simple, though the second phase is when the true challenge begins. Once you get the hang of Andrus’ attack patterns, it should be a straightforward fight.
6. Romeo, King Of Puppets
Romeo, King of Puppets is an insanely menacing boss based on appearance and is one of the hardest in all of Lies of P. The first phase’s massive puppet can be a bit difficult to read, though once you get its attacks down, the timing to evade isn’t undoable. It’s still very difficult, but not impossible. Once the King of Puppets reveals their true form, trouble truly begins. The boss’ fast and relentless attacks are very difficult to read, making this fight a struggle.
5. Eldest of the Black Rabbit Brotherhood
Fighting the Eldest of the Black Rabbit Brotherhood puts players in a 1v4 situation. This alone is enough to make the fight feel more like a marathon. Fighting the Eldest alone makes this encounter one of Lies of P’s hardest boss fights. His large sword swings are both fast and powerful, making a deadly combination. What makes the fight truly deadly is the allies that test even the most seasoned players’ battlefield awareness.
4. Green Monster of the Swamp
The Green Monster of the Swamp lives up to its terrifying appearance, giving players one of the hardest boss fights in Lies of P. This beast, even during its first phase, is bound to give players a run for their money. With quick long-range attacks and fast movement, it feels like you don’t get a chance to breathe during this fight.
3. Simon Manus
As many predicted, the final boss of the Lies of P is also one of the hardest challenges. Interestingly, the first phase isn’t insanely challenging, though the second phase kicks the fight into overdrive. With numerous hard-to-avoid attacks, a series of dangerous projectiles, and jumps that send the boss across the battlefield, this second phase is going to test your skills.
2. Nameless Puppet
The Nameless Puppet acts as Lies of P’s secret encounter and is fittingly one of the hardest boss fights. Much like many other fights in this game, phase 1 is relatively simple. The puppet’s attacks in the first half are well telegraphed and players should be able to Perfect Guard them easily. The second phase is when this encounter kicks it up a notch. The Nameless Puppet’s insane speed is enough to overwhelm any player.
1. Laxasia The Complete
The fight against Laxasia the Complete is absolutely brutal, and the hardest boss fight that Lies of P has to offer. With two phases, players are in for a long encounter, especially due to the lack of opportunities to attack. Laxasia hits every category that makes a boss fight difficult with fast speed, powerful attacks, and massive AoE. Additionally, the amount of projectiles and near-instant teleportation abilities that Laxasia has make this fight especially challenging.