Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Leofrith Boss Guide: How To Beat

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Leofrith

The fight with Leofrith takes place during the Heavy is the Head main quest. He is a noble warrior that is fighting for his king. In this Assassin’s Creed Valhalla guide, we are going to go over how you can beat Leofrith.

We try not to include spoilers in our guides but some details can spoil the game for you. If you do not want to spoil the game for yourself then you should not read any further.

How To Beat Leofrith In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Leofrith has a massive sword and hence a lot of range. Lucky for you most of the attacks are prompted with the yellow marker which means that they can be blocked or parried. Leofrith does have different attacks but they aren’t quick so you can see them coming and dodge or block as you seem fit.

There is a strong attack that the boss can hit you with. It has a red marker so that you know it cannot be blocked or parried. You will need to dodge it. If you want you can even shoot Leofrith with arrows. He cannot block the arrows but he can dodge them. Aim for the head in order to deal the most damage.

The strategy for the fight is simple, all you need to do is block or dodge and counter with a quick attack or two. It all comes down to timing your blocks, dodges and attacks. Once you have beaten him you will have the option to kill Leofrith or let him go.

It can be tempting to kill him but we recommend letting him go. If you let him go then he will tell you the location of a secret document. If you do kill him then the zealots will know your name and will be on the hunt for you. If you do not want that kind of heat then we recommend leaving Leofrith alive.

This is how you can beat Leofrith in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on how you can beat Basim.

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