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The Demon Firesage is very similar in terms of moveset and attacks to the Stray Demon, so the same rules apply here: staying behind it and keeping a shield up should damage be unavoidable are good ideas. Be wary of its overhead attacks that are blockable, but deal heavy stamina damage.
The Demon Firesage is highly susceptible to Bleed buildup.
Getting too far away from it will cause it to either leap at the player with its hammer, or do a straight down smash, which can take away a large chunk of stamina. Note that both of those attacks do not track, so with proper timing, one can easily roll through their smashes.
- While its appearance is that of a huge Demon coated in fire, none of its attacks actually deal Fire damage, and as such Fire resistant armor is unnecessary. The Demon Firesage also has unremarkable fire defence itself, making fire-based weapons a solid strategy.
- It is possible to skip the boss by being 2+ in the Chaos Servant covenant and using the shortcut to Lost Izalith.
- Like the Asylum Demon, the Demon Firesage shares its battle soundtrack with the Taurus Demon.
Leaping Hammer SmashEdit
If the player gets too far, the Demon will cover a great distance very quickly after the starting animation.Edit
It will fly up into the air to perform this attack.
It will only affect the area in front of it and being behind it is a safe zone.
Exploding Hammer DriveEdit
It smashes its hammer into the ground. Affects the area all around it.
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These stats are sourced from FuturePress's Official Dark Souls Strategy Guide.
- ↑ Can deal bonus damage if the player is hit by the hammer as well.