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Remnant: From the Ashes is a new Dark Souls like game mixing third person gunplay, melee, and randomized worlds to make for loads of builds, secrets, and bosses within. I absolutely love Remnant, but rather than do a Remnant from the Ashes review, I decided to do a boss ranking of the Remnant from the Ashes bosses from Easiest to Hardest.
Remnant from the Ashes has 28 bosses, and today we’ll take a look at many of them such as Claviger, Singe, Ent, Shroud, Canker, The Thrall, IXILLUS, The Unclean One, and more! I can’t recommend this game enough if you’re a fan of the Souls series. I hope you enjoy the video, and be sure to subscribe for the Top 10 Hardest Bosses in Remnant, and other rankings on the way!
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From the ashes is one of the most original high quality and revolutionary souls. Likes likes i’ve ever play in fact. I’m floored at how this game flew my radar until its release last month.
And is now one of my favorite games of 2019. I would say my expectations were low since i didn’t realize it existed until a few hours before i bought it but in actuality. I’m far more critical as souls likes thanks to many uninspired attempts various studios have made a capturing from soft lightning in their bottle.
But instead of attempting to replicate gunfire games chose to pay homage and innovate they shuffled the format by applying flawless third person shooter. Mechanics. A randomized world that adds.
Tremendous replayability and most importantly. An impressive roster of bosses. It took me nearly 50 hours across seven playthroughs to encounter all 28 bosses that are currently in the game.
So i’ve got great perspective on how they’ll play in your first playthrough when you’re scrapping to the top and in your seventh. When your build is firing on all cylinders without further ado here are the remnant from the ashes bosses ranked from easiest to hardest number 28 shroud. The first boss i face the my initial playthrough is also one that will set the tone for many of the bosses to come there are two notable things about shroud that illustrate a pattern.
Many of remnants bosses follow first there are elite enemies that appear throughout the levels leading up to bosses that drop rare materials shroud like many others is a boss iteration of one of these elites with new mechanics layered in in my mind you can look at this in two ways either the elites are a brilliant way of introducing you to the bosses behavior throughout the level while still leaving its fresh mechanics of mystery or it’s a lazy way to bloat the game’s boss count personally i fall into the former belief of brilliance. But prefer when these elite evolutions deviate more widely from their more basic counterparts. What will be more divisive as a second common theme nearly every boston remnant has basic mobs spawn throughout the fight to varying degrees.
Similarly to the first theme this could be seen in a few ways. But i’ll boil it down to the two extremes you could either look at this as a way of preventing camping strategies. A method to replace ammo and a way to keep coop fights engaging against up to three players with high powered guns on the other hand you could see this is tedium and solo that should be limited a lazy way to distract from a boss with mediocre mechanics that can’t counter your ranged abilities on its own and an artificial way to inflate difficulty me once.
Again this differs. Greatly from boss boss in the case of shroud. He is barely an evolution on his elite and as a result as so many basic enemies shoved up your ass in an attempt to make it challenging that it’s just irritating.
That said. This isn’t a quality ranking. So how to shroud earn the title of the easiest boss.
Quite frankly his health bar has the consistency of wet tissue paper and the ads while numerous are some of the most easy in the game to deal with shroud will teleport around the arena stand still for an extremely generous amount of time allowing you to unload then fires a few bolts that are piss easy to dodge his only other attack is a highly telegraphed shockwave that can be handled by spam rolling in one direction. The only difficulty at all in this fight would be if you stay stationary. If you do you’ll likely get overwhelmed by ads and get cornered when the shockwave hits.
I should also mention that if you get hit by too many bolts that you will bleed. Which consistently drains chunks of hp.
But it can be easily healed with a bandage consumable. There was solid effort to add difficulty can measure it for a first boss here. But it’s still a joke as long as you keep your legs movin and on later.
Runs you have enough damage to shred through him quickly enough that it doesn’t even matter. While the number of ads may trip up newcomers. In retrospect.
He is undoubtedly the game’s easiest affair number 27. Blink thief. The blink thief’s difficulty boils down to your strategy.
And whether you consider a successful victory. Part of the challenge for context. The blink thief appears in the middle of a dungeon rather than beyond.
The fog. And as soon as the encounter begins you have a limited amount of time to kill him before he runs you get three chances 11 seconds each to down the hyperactive teleporter for each chance you fail. He will jump somewhere else in the dungeon once the encounter begins again time starts ticking and if after three attempts.
He lives he disappears for the remainder of your playthrough. Some say if you wipe arrest at a checkpoint. He will reappear.
But in my and many other players experiences he disappears. Altogether in terms of challenge asking a player to win on their first attempt against the surprise time mechanic. That is unique to this boss is a lot to expect that said the reason i give him my vote for second easiest is twofold first his health bar is more fragile than shrouds second once you realize this you only need to focus him and ignore the ads and he’ll die before he can teleport away once the only difficulty here is sleight of hand you’ve been training the whole game to clear ads and fight bosses simultaneously.
But in case you should ignore the mobs and melt. The boss instantly once you figure that out bling fee forever becomes one of the easiest bosses in remnant number 26. Totem.
Father one thing. I can praise remnant for wholeheartedly is creating bosses that may not provide incredible challenge. But er still boatloads of fun totem father is the perfect example he jumps around on pillars firing electric bolts and chucking boulders at you he’ll eventually slam down a destructible totem meant as long as it remains active enemies will spawn finally.
He’ll do a surprise. A wee slam and then come after you on foot. All of these mechanics are sound and have a great rhythm to them if you don’t damage him enough as he jumps around the fight will become a test of endurance.
If you don’t destroy the totem you’ll be outnumbered and quickly overwhelmed and if you can’t dodge him on the ground. He will shred you to pieces thing is it’s easy to shoot him as he jumps around and especially.
When he stops to fire at shi due to the cast time destroying the totem takes a little time as well and the enemies. It spawns in the meantime are easy to kill quickly finally his aoe is easy to dodge and though. His melee swipes are the hardest thing to deal with there is such a large gap between the flurries that you can heal any damage that he does mechanically.
I love totem daddy. But while fighting it may be a blast. The level of challenge is sorely lacking number twenty five zyliss everything.
I said about totem father applies here on the surface zyliss may sound difficult as i describe its design. It will either do a horizontal or vertical melee slash. Or it’ll toss two stink bombs that leave behind health.
Sucking auras for a short time after a few of those. It will summon six orbs at home in on you from the air. You either pop them with a bullet or take the damage.
This will rinse and repeat until you do 25 of its health bar. Which causes a second identical boss to spawn on the opposite side of the bridge. It’s fair to assume that this would amplify the difficulty especially when you can only realistically see a single boss at a time.
But thanks to the superb mechanics. This isn’t the case at all after the second boss spawns. They will both charge up a devastating attack thing is the wind up is generously lengthy and they take a dramatic increase in damage before being stunned out it’s quite easy to stagger them both out of it and you’re awarded with huge chunks off both of their health bars.
After this one of the bosses will retreat. While the other repeats. The original strategy with melee swipes bombs and orbs eventually the second boss does come into play.
But it does so by firing massive beams perpendicular to the bridge. It will start on one side and sweep across slow all you have to do is start in the middle of the bridge and then pass over to the side that it started at and that’s all the second boss. Does it essentially does nothing as long as you can time dodging through its sweep of big beams and your award is a huge damage buff afterward.
As they repeat. The big wines. Up and then swap roles like totem father.
Mechanically. This all works. Wonderfully and i love facing off against this duo in every playthrough in fact i’d like to congratulate gunfire games on creating the only worthwhile flying insect boss.
I’ve ever faced eat your heart out butter gunfire games has from soft beat on this one but quality doesn’t equal difficulty and this menage tois is easy to manage number 24 scourge our last. Few bosses were great examples of original bosses.
But scourge brings us back to the elite evolutions. This one is not so great all it does is fire constant shots of radiation at you and melee with impressive range if you get too close it can become invulnerable briefly and shoot a higher density of radiated balls that are also a few irradiated slasher mobs. It will keep you on your toes.
Clearly the goal here is to inflict the radiation status. Which cuts your stamina in half making the true objective. Limiting your mobility.
While you get. Swarmed problem. Is that it’s easy to avoid everything and even if you get inflicted the status is simple to cure there simply isn’t enough danger in this fight to war and a higher rank and as a result it’s a boring fight to boot.
It doesn’t differentiate itself nearly enough from its elite counterpart and though the radiation does give it a edge over the bottom. Few. It’s still a piece of cake compared to the horde of challenges to come down the line number 23 canker a gross name for a hilarious boss this oversized tub of infected lard only does two things spin around like a wailing toddler firing out ship balls and then slams a wave of his swamp towards you outside of that there are two basic enemies in an elite that spawn clear evidence that they knew the fight was too easy on its own.
I have to say though that the enemies of courses are some of the hardest in the game to deal with and they can create a problem. If you get overwhelmed too quickly. Especially when dealing with an elite on top of that the saving grace that makes hanker pinned down.
The list is the beauty of friendly fire. Unlike nearly every other game in existence enemies in remnant can actually hurt each other i won’t get another chance to rave about it so let me say dear lord. I love this please let it be included in every game for the rest of our days.
Okay. Maybe you wouldn’t be a perfect fit for every game. But in the context of bosses that includes ads.
It works like a charm this kills two birds with one stone by stunning enemies and allowing you a window to unload on the boss with this in mind you can topple kanker with minimal resistance number. 22. The unclean one there’s zero chance of developers weren’t aware of the homage.
They’re paying here big fat lovable ogre wanting to be left alone in his isolated swamp. Fortunately. The big boy fills the shoes admirably with an excellent battle you might assume that based on stature.
He wouldn’t have a lot of speed and while that’s somewhat true he makes up for it with range. He can smash you with his hammer sprint’s up and slam you with his belly chuck is hammer from afar and spin around the arena. Wildly the catch is that all of these attacks are very well telegraphed to making them easy to dodge with that his lower speed and long windows between moves gives you plenty of time to shoot his massive chrome dome.
The only thing adding difficulty is line of sight and basic mobs if you get caught between walls before he breaks them you might get a hammer chucked at you really though it’s the basic enemies. This would be the easiest boss in the game without ads.
But those damn mobs are a constant nuisance these guys can only melee so they’ll sprint’s it to you without end you can shoot their legs off. But they still crawl nearly as fast and as far as i can tell they have no crit spots. So they are tanky even with the boss being able to hit them the problem is them taking your eye away from him long enough for him to get the jump on you it’s still not too difficult because of how quickly you can melt in with a few good windows.
But it has a larger margin for error than anything to this point number 21 clavata in the polar opposite to shrek clavata has the biggest head in the game. But no crit spot to speak up this makes him quite the tanky foe. Which is really all the lands.
I’m here at the start of the fight. He’ll be shielded by two orbs dodge has periodic shots and destroy them to stun him for a damage window. Once he recovers.
He’ll summon a few enemies. Then either shoot you with his orbs or do a large blast that sweeps across the arena. He will eventually slam down spin the arena and reset from the beginning with the shield apparently if there adds remaining.
He can absorb them for what i assumed to be returned hp. But they’re easy enough to kill that it’s never a problem as the fight continues. The cover you use to destroy the shield orbs safely or take refuge from enemy blasts will be destroyed amping up the difficulty.
This is where the tankiness comes in the fight will last long enough that you’ll have to dodge around wildly while trying to take his defenses. Unclear ads. This is a growing theme will continue to see many bosses gradually become harder as it becomes less realistic to deal with everything at once without pandemonium out breaking clavin.
Sure isn’t quite that extreme. But it’s a start number 20 singe. The second boss.
I fought in my initial playthrough was far removed from the restrictive arena of shroud singes. Instead in a very open arena that complements his combat style. Which is very diverse he’ll shoot fireballs charge up in summon explosions underneath you charge you smite bet you and breathe.
A sweeping wave of fire breath once in close proximity. Many of his attacks serve to light you a flame. As do the many burning oil spills throughout the arena finally there is one consistently spawning burning roots.
Adds. The pressure the burn status can be really rough until you realize your stupidity in your second playthrough that the old adage of stop drop and roll really works yep rolling takes a chunk out of burn status. Nice touch.
But i definitely didn’t know of my first time through even so burn damage isn’t too dramatic so most of the focus is on deviating between the boss and his minion and waiting for sins to uncover his underbelly weak point much like clavata this battle is more about surviving for long enough to win as your resources and destructible cover are eliminated a great battle and definitely ramps up the difficulty a bit more number 19. The ravager every souls like worth its salt needs a giant wolf boss am i right the ravager fills that role nicely and even ranks about as well as sif in terms of difficulty that is to say it offers a moderate challenge.
But nothing back breaking and as you face him again and further playthroughs. It only gets easier the odd thing with ravager is that he has two temperatures weirdly passive or ferociously aggressive he’ll give you many seconds of quiet to attack then suddenly string together three attacks in five seconds. His attacks really only consist of biting and swiping at you.
But he does later buff with an electrical charge and send waves your way. What i found is that you can use two unbreakable pillars in the middle of the arena to eliminate a lot of a danger from its melee strikes. Though admittedly.
It isn’t foolproof you’ll also need to deal with them leaving the arena every so often and bringing back three minions who can shoot from range. Quite accurately i might add it’s also notable that he can make you bleed. If he hits you a few times.
So between that his own attacks and the attacks of his minions. It can chip away your health to the point of death before you know it. That said as long as use cover and keep a keen eye on your health and resources.
This fight is very manageable. It hits a nice balance of difficulty that lands him near the middle of the pack number 18. The thrall probably the worst enemy in the entire game are those asshats on courses that shoot corrosion balls and some of those basic enemies and doubles infinitely that i also mention that i hated worst of all killing them is in the end you got to squash their leech.
Oh. Fortunately the thrall isn’t quite like that despite the inspiration. But he manages to be troublesome in his own way at the start he’ll merely teleport between shooting corrosive balls and summoning corrosive clouds around you but eventually he’ll summon two elite enemies that can lunge from halfway across the arena to distract you they aren’t the tanky ax stenum’yes.
But what they lack in hp they make up for in damage meanwhile. The thrall will keep popping corrosive clouds around you and eventually summons a multi part tracking shockwave similar to shroud which does devastating damage and inflicts corrosion. Further which once inflicted increases all damage to you until healed.
Which is difficult to do with all the aforementioned craziness going on you might be asking yourself at this point. Why the thrall is bring so low. But it’s pretty simple much like shroud despite having all this to deal with it’s very weak in terms of hp.
The reason that it ranks so much higher is that the enemies are more difficult to deal with dodging its attacks is harder. And it’s crits paw is on the back of its head. So it’s harder to melt quickly it may not be the hardest enemy in the game by any stretch of the mind.
But it sure is one of the most irritating number 17. The warden the next few bosses follow the same pattern as shroud in the thrall. But in their own unique ways in the case of the warden.
What elevates him above is how active he is in fighting you compared to the others based on an elite enemy in the area that loves to throw spears in your face while closing the distance to stab you directly with incredible range. The warden adds to that challenge by summoning.
An ungodly amount of basic mobs and a closed arena to make it hell what turns this from a fight that should be much higher to a middling battle as the arena structure on the top of the arena. There is a corridor that allows you to funnel the boss and his mobs into two lanes this makes it far more realistic to manage and makes. What would otherwise be a tough boss.
Some more mild challenge number 16 stormcaller. Following the same patterns. Storm collar is a magic caster that summons an ungodly amount of basic enemies to make things difficult and one thing that pushes him up further is his thunder spam attack.
He will fairly often rise into the air and begin summoning thunder strikes these spawn in seemingly random spots. But are generally focused around your location. What makes them problematic is their wide range.
They are hard to dodge and the entire attack makes it impossible to shoot the boss for more than a second meanwhile you get slammed by the basic mobs making the whole thing. A trial and tedium once again he gets pushed toward the middle mainly because of his lack of hp. Honestly thank god if any of these summoner bosses had hp like lavender they would be insufferable number 15 malo the pack continuing the trend.
Maul is a big dog that summons a lot of little dogs to fight alongside him by howling. If you’ve ever played a souls game. You know the dogs are often one of the most annoying basic enemies due to their speed low stature and leash range.
Really. It isn’t the worst or the hardest. The dogs and even the boss are all fragile in terms of hp.
But that doesn’t stop the numbers game mall house constantly summoning more and more and more hounds. If you aren’t careful you’ll miss opportunities to damage. Mullen will have your health drained away slowly by constant dog bites.
Before you know it you have to balance dealing with the little puppers and finding time to attack. The big one that balance isn’t the easiest to strike. Which gives him the nod over many bosses of a similar style number 14.
The route the only thing horrifying about the rude is how terrifyingly middle of the road its difficulty is okay. Maybe that didn’t work. The route is guaranteed to bore her that definitely doesn’t work alright.
Whatever. The point is the boss isn’t easy because it spawns these little route dragon snake babies that distract you well it shoots rotting balls at you they make you cough randomly if it stacks up too much at the same time. It’s pretty easy to melt.
Thanks to its low hp. Yet again.
A boss based around misdirection that has a weak foundation. You could say the repetition is the real root of this nail. It number 13.
Ancient construct continuing on with more the same ancient construct is very much like the rune all it does is fire the most telegraphed radiation shot of all time and do the same melee swing. Most big enemies in the game. Do oh.
When it constantly summons two turrets. It will shred through your hp. So fast.
It’ll make your head spin. This fight is not between you and the boss. It’s between you and the two turrets if you can kill or avoid them you can melt the ancient construct with these if you can’t kiss sweet victory goodbye.
It’s actually surprisingly difficult after so many bosses didn’t break far beyond average. The only thing saving. It is the cover in the middle of the arena.
If you can get the construct a sponsor. It’s closer together. You can circle back and forth using it as cover and since the construct dies.
Quickly you won’t be forced to move into the turrets site. Quickly enough thank god for that because i’d like to never be under their fire. Again.
If i can help it number 12. The harrow finally. We are out of the cycle of boss summoners well harrow does have his ads pop in pretty much like everybody else.
But his way of handling. It is differentiated nicely from the last six bosses harrow is akin to a slasher in an eighties horror flick. He’ll slowly move towards you down a corridor until he unleashes the beast all over you with a punishing melee flurry where the harrow differs is that he’ll bail out at certain points.
If he takes too much damage you would think it’s to recover. But really he’s hitting the enemy spawn button. A moment after he leaves you will be swarmed with an intimidating li.
Large horde of the small slasher enemies. If you can’t kill them quickly enough prepare to deal with them in the harrow at once.
Which is a recipe for death as a result. The difficulty of this fight is reliant on your speed and killing his minions. While he’s gone.
If you make a smart choice with weapon mods. This is more than manageable for example killing our friend before with the turrets will let you summon a few of your own using the center of the arena’s a defense point in allowing your turrets to signal off. What direction.
The enemies are coming from and do damage is excellent. They’ll also drain health off the harrow. So it’s quite nice all around that’s just one example.
But there are many ways to handle it that said. It’s less likely you’ll have the pick of the litter when it comes to weapon mods in your first playthrough and even after it the harrow and his crew can easily catch you in a bad spot. If you aren’t very deliberate with your movement.
All of that is solidly enough to land the harrow near the top 10 number 11 and our final boss of the day is as tanky as clavata offers no cover spawns a consistent amount of annoying minions and exploding enemies loves to inflict root rot. Which makes you cough randomly and as hitboxes has stretched too wide on nearly all of his attacks. Put simply and can be a pain in the ass to deal with with all the things he throws at you even in later playthroughs.
I was heavily on the fence as to whether he should be higher on the list. But i think the top 10 outranks his difficulty due to his one big weakness. If you focus fire on his knees.
He will eventually fall laura in style and he becomes a lot easier to deal with he will chase you wildly continue to spawn enemies and alike. But as melee is far easier to do within a shock waves to me. And even though the shock waves have the benefit of killing as minions in an act of friendly fire.
The mele swipes serve to do the same for that and having a big weakness it cuts. The difficulty down to size. But still managing to pose.
A sizeable challenge. Even once your build is complete and falls in at the commendable spot of number 11. But of course.
That’s just my opinion what did you think of today’s bosses are they ranked fairly or did you have a different experience let us know in the comments below if you haven’t played remnant. I cannot recommend it enough it’s a phenomenal game. And if you enjoyed the soul series.
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