SoulsBorne Month: Top 20 Hardest Bosses – #20


Hello everyone! So with this SoulsBorne month we’re going to be doing something a bit differently than what has been done before. we have a big list of our picks for the hardest bosses in the games, not just to veterans but also to newcomers who experience this game fresh and spoiler-free.

For this list, we’re looking at each bosses individually on their own days. So while we’ll still have other Top lists and things such as editorials, every other day will take a look at another contender for our major list of hardest bosses.

So here marks our first boss on our list, obviously leading to our personal pick for the toughest and baddest boss we know!


***Level of difficulties we’ll see throughout this list:

Yellow-Orange = Bosses that are not necessarily hard on their own, but hard by either cheap tricks, gimmicks, or location.

Orange = Bosses that are tough on their own, but mainly tough due to a gimmick or trick. The difference here is that the boss may heavily rely on these attributes.

Red = Bosses that are hard to beat in either numbers or skill, truly tough bros.

Maroon = Bosses that are seemingly to near impossible, the god bosses of all bosses!

20. Capra Demon (Dark Souls)


Attacks: Horizontal Swing, Double Sword Swing, Attack Dog Companions, Great Machete Slam, Potential to Stagger

Rewards: 60,000 Souls, Key to Depths, One Humanity, One Homeward Bone

Rare Rewards: Demon Great Machete

Our Level: Yellow-Orange

Description: Capra Demon is a rather large and intimidating humanoid. He has an almost mutated Goat-like skull for a head and wields two Demon Great Machetes. He is quite the formidable foe, but it is worth noting that he is fairly weak to Fire, so bombs or fire pine resin ought to help out.

Aside from the cool design, the Capra Demon on his own isn’t technically the worst thing in the world, heck anyone with a strong poise and weapon will have little to no problem, but the real fight here is different for other players and is much more difficult than it actually needs to be. This is primarily due to both location and a cheap immediate assault by his personal minions. This boss can be found deep in the Lower Undead Burg, residing within a very, very small boss arena. This is where the first headache comes along, having to deal with such a small location while having to deal with an enemy’s fairly wide-swinging attacks.

The only other thing that could be worse than this is if he had pets to harm you as well, which he has two of. Upon entering the fog gate, almost immediately, his Undead Dog compatriots begin to charge at you with their fangs. If you are quick enough, you can actually dodge away from these oncoming attacks. But at the end of the day, any first-timers entering this boss fight for the first time is certainly going to have a bad time, possibly for a long while, which is why this boss makes it at number twenty on our list.

Check back for number nineteen on September 3rd!

About ToppleTomr

An artist and a definite gamer, one of the original GeekBeerz members. When I'm not gaming I'm usually drawing or sketching characters and ideas. I have a strange set of interests which include horror games/films, Pokemon, Star Wars, super hero comics, and writing short stories.

Posted on August 31, 2018, in bloodborne, Dark Souls, Demons souls, SoulsBorne, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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