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How to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight

The Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight in Crumbling Farum Azula is a tough one, with the two recurring enemy types now merging together as a nightmarish version of Laurel and Hardy. Using a combination of magic and smash hits to overwhelm and throw players off balance, this marks one of the most difficult Elden Ring experiences, especially since these two horrors must be fought simultaneously. Luckily, we have them and can walk you through how to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight if you’re having trouble with the huge Godskin Noble or the angular Godskin Apostle, or just want some tips and tricks.

How to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight

How to beat Elden Ring god skin duo boss fight noble apostle

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Tips and Tricks for Preparing Godskin Duo

The boss of the Elden Ring godskin duo fights to defeat the noble apostle

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Godskin Duo has common weaknesses and strengths, which means that strategic advice applied to one can be applied to the other. Here are some basic considerations to keep in mind before and during the boss fight.

  • The recommended level for Godskin Duo is at least 100., with +18 or more weapons. That being said, assuming you’re just not on the critical path, you should probably be a little higher than that at this point.
  • There is a bit of a walk between the old site of Grace and the arena – the best you can do is dodge enemies along the way, run and past them, up the stairs to the left, then down the slender ledge. Take the rough road with the entrance to the arena on the right. You’ll encounter a couple of knights along the way, but leave them in your dust.
  • Alternatively, if you approach the Dragon Temple transept from the secondary grace zone to the southeast, there will be an option to summon the friendly Recusant NPC Bernahl.
  • Godskin Duo is somewhat vulnerable to slash damage and general condition effects like bleed and frostbite, but is highly resistant to fire, lightning, and magic as well as smite, leaving few physical weaknesses.
  • The sleep effect can make this fight much easier – throw one of the Godskins into the Sleep Pot, Soporific Grease, or St. Calm them down with Trina’s arrow, then release them while they fight the other .
  • Both can be parried and staggered, but not easy. Only try to dodge if you feel brave or risk cutting your nose.
  • The pillars around the arena can be used as ramparts and protection – take advantage of them at every opportunity.
  • Usually you want to kill the Godskin Noble (the big one) first because he’s more of a threat and can do more damage. It doesn’t matter though, and while the Apostle (the skinny one) does less damage, he’s also faster and attacks from a good distance with little warning.
  • They each have a move where they rise into the air surrounded by black fire, and they will immediately fall back to create a shockwave. When you see it coming, walk away! The Shockwave is short-range but damaging and will knock players back on the ground, leaving them vulnerable to pursuit.
  • When the collective health bar is empty, the remaining Godskins die, regardless of their individual health.

You can also check below for an explanation on how to deal with the two Godskins separately. All of the above applies to both, but each also has its own nuances listed below.

Fight the Godskin Duo at Elden Ring

We’ve explained the Godskin Duo below as separate entities, so if you’re really struggling with one or just need to know what makes them work, we’ve spelled it out!

How to beat the Godskin Noble

How to Beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo Boss Fight Noble Apostle

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Godskin Noble, a massive tank enemy that can withstand most attacks and blasts its players with its mace, is in our opinion the more dangerous of the two. Here are a few things to keep in mind.

  • Noble’s most dangerous attack causes him to grow taller and attempt to roll over the player. He can’t spin sharply, so use it against him – roll sideways at the last second or try to run around him when his attack animation starts. You’ll probably have to dodge it at least twice as it rolls around for a while.
  • Many of Godskin Noble’s more normal-looking attacks have some sort of surprise follow-up. If he attacks with his rapier, he will most likely deliver a secondary stab or stab without warning.
  • Generally, you want to try and stay behind Noble as much as possible. Most of his attacks are forward and he can use a belly kick move that comes on suddenly and badly confuses players.
  • Noble’s lack of maneuverability means you can use the posts well against him – ranged players should find him much more maneuverable, as he is essentially a melee who struggles to close the gap if the player is determined to stay away from him.

How to defeat Apostle Godskin

How to Beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo Boss Fight Noble Apostle

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The lean and lithe Godskin Apostle is a distinctive beast, able to whip across the battlefield and fight at medium range more than its companion. However, as an enemy, he’s a little less sturdy and can’t dodge you as much as Noble can.

  • The Apostle has the ability to stretch quickly and use quick swings with his twin blades. You have to think about it in “melee range” well beyond the standard limits.
  • It’s a bit more convenient to use a shield against Godskin Apostle, whose quick hits won’t surprise you like Noble can. Catch their first combo on your shield, then use the short space before the next hit to roll.
  • If the envoy starts spinning his weapon, back off! These spinning attacks can destroy health if the player gets caught in them.
  • Apostle can be removed from his animation more easily than Noble – feel free to play more aggressively if you think you might mess up the necessary evasion.

Godskin Duo Boss Battle Rewards

How to Beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo Boss Fight Noble Apostle

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Killing the Godskin Duo will net you 170,000 Rune (less than the Fire Giant, which is a shame), but more interestingly, you’ll get the Black Flame Tornado Ash and the excellent Smithing. – Stone Miner’s Bell Bearing [4]The best bell bearing available for standard forging stones! Even if it wasn’t a mandatory boss fight, you’d still want to kill these guys just for this reward.

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How to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight

The Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight in Crumbling Farum Azula is a tough one, with the two recurring enemy types now teaming up like some nightmarish version of Laurel and Hardy. Using a combination of magic and sudden strikes to overwhelm players and unbalance them , this marks one of the tougher Elden Ring experiences, especially considering that both these horrors need to be fought at once. Fortunately, we’ve brought them down, and can explain how to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight, whether you’re having trouble with the enormous Godskin Noble or the angular Godskin Apostle, or if you just want some tips and tricks.
How to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight

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Elden Ring main bosses
Godskin Duo tips and tricks to prepare

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
The Godskin Duo have some shared weaknesses and strengths, meaning that strategic advice applied to one can apply to the other too. Here’s some basic thoughts to keep in mind both before and during the boss fight.
The recommended level for the Godskin Duo is at least 100, with weapons of +18 or higher. That being said, you should probably end up being a little higher than this at this point, assuming you’ve not just been on the critical path.
There’s a little bit of a trek from the previous Site of Grace to the arena – the best thing you can do is evade the enemies along the way, sprinting and rolling past them, heading left down the steps and then dropping down to the thin ledge off the broken path with the arena entrance ahead on the right. You’ll encounter two or three knights along the way, but leave them in your dust.
Alternatively, if you approach from the secondary Site of Grace to the Southeast, the Dragon Temple Transept, there’ll be an option to summon the friendly NPC Recusant Bernahl.
The Godskin Duo are a little vulnerable to Slashing damage and general status effects like Bleed and Frostbite, but highly resistant to Striking, as well as Fire, Lightning and Magic, leaving little in the way of physical weaknesses.
The Sleep effect can help make this fight a lot easier – sedate one of the Godskins with a Sleep Pot, Soporific Grease or a St. Trina’s Arrow, then leave them be while you battle the other one.
Both can be parried and staggered, but not easily. Only try to parry if you’re feeling brave, or risk taking the attack on the nose. 
The pillars around the arena can be used for cover and protection – make use of them at all opportunities. 
Generally you want to kill the Godskin Noble (the big one) first, as he’s more of a threat and can do more damage. It’s not essential though, and while the Apostle (the skinny one) is less damaging, he’s also faster, lashing out from a good distance with little warning.
Each of them has a move where they levitate into the air surrounded by black fire, and will immediately drop back down to create a shockwave. Roll away when you see it happen! The shockwave is short-range but damaging, and will throw players back to the ground and leave them vulnerable for follow-up.
Once the collective health bar is emptied, any remaining Godskins die, regardless of their individual health.
Alternatively, check out below for an explanation of how to deal with the two Godskins individually. Everything above applies to both of them, but they each also have their own nuances listed below.
Fighting the Godskin Duo in Elden Ring
Below we’ve got the Godskin Duo explained as separate entities, so if you’re really struggling with one or just need to know what makes them tick, we’ve got that laid out clearly!
How to beat the Godskin Noble

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The Godskin Noble is the more dangerous of the two by our reckoning, a huge tank enemy who can withstand most attacks and send players flying with his bulk. Here’s some things to keep in mind.
The Noble’s most dangerous attack has him inflate to huge size and roll around, trying to crush the player. He can’t turn sharply, so use this against him – roll to the side at the last second, or try to sprint around him as his attack animation starts. You’ll probably have to dodge him at least twice, as he rolls around for a while.
Most of the Godskin Noble’s more normal-looking attacks have some kind of surprise follow-up. If he lunges with his rapier, he’s likely going to perform a strike or secondary stab without warning.
As a rule, you want to try to stay behind the Noble when possible. Most of his attacks are directed forwards, and he can use a belly-shove move that comes out of nowhere and staggers players badly.
The Noble’s lack of manoeuvrability means you can use the pillars against him nicely – ranged players should find him a lot more manageable, as he’s mainly a melee fighter who struggles to close the gap if the player’s determined to keep backing away from him.
How to beat the Godskin Apostle

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The lanky, elastic Godskin Apostle is a different beast, capable of whiplashing about the battlefield and fighting more in the medium-range than his friend. However, he’s a bit less robust as an enemy, and can’t quite throw you about as much as the Noble can.
The Apostle is capable of stretching rapidly and using rapid strikes with his twinblades. You should consider him in “melee range” even well beyond the standard limits.
It’s a bit more viable to use a shield against the Godskin Apostle, whose fast-hitting attacks won’t stagger you the way the Noble can do. Catch the first of his combos on your shield, then use the brief gap before the next strike to roll away.
If the Apostle starts spinning his weapon, back away! These twirling attacks can devastate health if the player is caught in them.
The Apostle can be knocked out of his animation easier than the Noble – feel free to play more aggressively if you think you can mix in the necessary evasion. 
Godskin Duo boss fight rewards

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Once you’ve killed the Godskin Duo, you’ll be rewarded with 170,000 Runes (less than the Fire Giant, which is a shame), but more interestingly, you’ll get the Black Flame Tornado Ash of War, and the excellent Smithing-Stone Miner’s Bell Bearing [4], the best Bell Bearing available for standard Smithing Stones! Even if this weren’t a mandatory boss fight, you’d want to kill these guys anyway just for that reward.
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How to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight

The Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight in Crumbling Farum Azula is a tough one, with the two recurring enemy types now teaming up like some nightmarish version of Laurel and Hardy. Using a combination of magic and sudden strikes to overwhelm players and unbalance them , this marks one of the tougher Elden Ring experiences, especially considering that both these horrors need to be fought at once. Fortunately, we’ve brought them down, and can explain how to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight, whether you’re having trouble with the enormous Godskin Noble or the angular Godskin Apostle, or if you just want some tips and tricks.
How to beat the Elden Ring Godskin Duo boss fight

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
Elden Ring main bosses
Godskin Duo tips and tricks to prepare

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
The Godskin Duo have some shared weaknesses and strengths, meaning that strategic advice applied to one can apply to the other too. Here’s some basic thoughts to keep in mind both before and during the boss fight.
The recommended level for the Godskin Duo is at least 100, with weapons of +18 or higher. That being said, you should probably end up being a little higher than this at this point, assuming you’ve not just been on the critical path.
There’s a little bit of a trek from the previous Site of Grace to the arena – the best thing you can do is evade the enemies along the way, sprinting and rolling past them, heading left down the steps and then dropping down to the thin ledge off the broken path with the arena entrance ahead on the right. You’ll encounter two or three knights along the way, but leave them in your dust.
Alternatively, if you approach from the secondary Site of Grace to the Southeast, the Dragon Temple Transept, there’ll be an option to summon the friendly NPC Recusant Bernahl.
The Godskin Duo are a little vulnerable to Slashing damage and general status effects like Bleed and Frostbite, but highly resistant to Striking, as well as Fire, Lightning and Magic, leaving little in the way of physical weaknesses.
The Sleep effect can help make this fight a lot easier – sedate one of the Godskins with a Sleep Pot, Soporific Grease or a St. Trina’s Arrow, then leave them be while you battle the other one.
Both can be parried and staggered, but not easily. Only try to parry if you’re feeling brave, or risk taking the attack on the nose. 
The pillars around the arena can be used for cover and protection – make use of them at all opportunities. 
Generally you want to kill the Godskin Noble (the big one) first, as he’s more of a threat and can do more damage. It’s not essential though, and while the Apostle (the skinny one) is less damaging, he’s also faster, lashing out from a good distance with little warning.
Each of them has a move where they levitate into the air surrounded by black fire, and will immediately drop back down to create a shockwave. Roll away when you see it happen! The shockwave is short-range but damaging, and will throw players back to the ground and leave them vulnerable for follow-up.
Once the collective health bar is emptied, any remaining Godskins die, regardless of their individual health.
Alternatively, check out below for an explanation of how to deal with the two Godskins individually. Everything above applies to both of them, but they each also have their own nuances listed below.
Fighting the Godskin Duo in Elden Ring
Below we’ve got the Godskin Duo explained as separate entities, so if you’re really struggling with one or just need to know what makes them tick, we’ve got that laid out clearly!
How to beat the Godskin Noble

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
The Godskin Noble is the more dangerous of the two by our reckoning, a huge tank enemy who can withstand most attacks and send players flying with his bulk. Here’s some things to keep in mind.
The Noble’s most dangerous attack has him inflate to huge size and roll around, trying to crush the player. He can’t turn sharply, so use this against him – roll to the side at the last second, or try to sprint around him as his attack animation starts. You’ll probably have to dodge him at least twice, as he rolls around for a while.
Most of the Godskin Noble’s more normal-looking attacks have some kind of surprise follow-up. If he lunges with his rapier, he’s likely going to perform a strike or secondary stab without warning.
As a rule, you want to try to stay behind the Noble when possible. Most of his attacks are directed forwards, and he can use a belly-shove move that comes out of nowhere and staggers players badly.
The Noble’s lack of manoeuvrability means you can use the pillars against him nicely – ranged players should find him a lot more manageable, as he’s mainly a melee fighter who struggles to close the gap if the player’s determined to keep backing away from him.
How to beat the Godskin Apostle

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
The lanky, elastic Godskin Apostle is a different beast, capable of whiplashing about the battlefield and fighting more in the medium-range than his friend. However, he’s a bit less robust as an enemy, and can’t quite throw you about as much as the Noble can.
The Apostle is capable of stretching rapidly and using rapid strikes with his twinblades. You should consider him in “melee range” even well beyond the standard limits.
It’s a bit more viable to use a shield against the Godskin Apostle, whose fast-hitting attacks won’t stagger you the way the Noble can do. Catch the first of his combos on your shield, then use the brief gap before the next strike to roll away.
If the Apostle starts spinning his weapon, back away! These twirling attacks can devastate health if the player is caught in them.
The Apostle can be knocked out of his animation easier than the Noble – feel free to play more aggressively if you think you can mix in the necessary evasion. 
Godskin Duo boss fight rewards

(Image credit: FromSoftware)
Once you’ve killed the Godskin Duo, you’ll be rewarded with 170,000 Runes (less than the Fire Giant, which is a shame), but more interestingly, you’ll get the Black Flame Tornado Ash of War, and the excellent Smithing-Stone Miner’s Bell Bearing [4], the best Bell Bearing available for standard Smithing Stones! Even if this weren’t a mandatory boss fight, you’d want to kill these guys anyway just for that reward.
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