We have brought you the guide that will tell you how to beat Bell Bearing Hunters in Elden Ring. You will find this boss in various locations.
Bell Bearing Hunters are bosses in Elden Ring who show up at different locations in the game. They appear only at night. This means that if you go to their location during the day, you won’t find them. Also, they appear when there is no NPC present in that area. So keep all these things when you are finding the Bell Bearing Hunters.
Despite their slow pace, the Bell Bearing Hunters can deal very high damage. So you should not take these boss fights lightly. But how to beat Bell Bearing Hunters? Well, the answer is in our guide below.
Location of Bell Bearing Hunters
- Hermit Merchant’s Shack, Leyndell, Royal Capital
- Warmaster’s Shack, Limgrave
- Church of Vows, Liurnia
- Dragonbarrow, Caelid
How to beat Bell Bearing Hunters
In order to beat this boss, you will need to learn his attack patterns. If you are a melee user, it is recommended to go with a two-handed weapon so that you can deal some extra damage. In this fight, you do not have to be greedy. If you go for extra attacks, you might get a hit from the boss
A spellcaster or a pack of wolves can observe you if you are out west or east, and trees could get in your way. So, be careful with the surroundings. It is best to learn his attack patterns. Once you learn how to roll through his attacks, you can get a strike on him. The best time is during the Three-hit Combo. Furthermore, you can roll in at the last moment to land next to him and leave him wide open when he does his Shield Rush once you learn the timing.
When he’s winding up his Corkscrew, you should always keep a safe distance from him. If you think you’re too close to him, you should always roll to avoid the incoming blast whenever you see him charging it. You should also be on the lookout for him to lunge forward and grab you when he walks toward you with his hand glowing. If you are caught by this move, he will do huge damage to you because it cannot be blocked.
Range Attack strategy
This is the best and the easiest way to deal with the Bell Bearing Hunters in Elden Ring. You will not have to worry much about the melee attack patterns of the boss, as it will be easy for you to block and dodge the attacks. However, he will use long-range attacks too, so you just have to take care of those. You will even have a greater chance of attacking in this strategy.
You’ll have an easier time managing the Bell Bearing Hunter if you play as a magic user. While riding on horseback, you can avoid attack combinations such as Sword Throw Combo or Corkscrew, and use magic against him. A rapid cast of Swift Glintstone Shard or Rock Sling is the best way to rack up serious damage. The best way to avoid the boss’s attacks is to use Swift Glintstone Shard while riding Torrent.
The Bell Bearings you get for defeating each boss can be given to the Twin Maiden Husks at Roundtable Hold. Additionally, you can purchase items from them in the shop if you do this. The Twin Maiden Husks will accept any kind of Bell Bearing.
Below are the rewards you will get in different locations.
Warmaster’s Shack, Limgrave:
- 2,700 Runes
- Bone Peddler’s Bell Bearing
Church of Vows, Liurnia:
- 6,000 Runes
- Meat Peddler’s Bell Bearing
Hermit Merchant’s Shack, Leyndell, Royal Capital:
- 20,000 Runes
- Medicine Peddler’s Bell Bearing
- 50,000 Runes
- Gravity Stone Peddler’s Bell Bearing
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