The Elden Ring Player killed Radagon and the Elden Beast in one hit each
The dedicated and clever player of Elden Ring crafts a build that allows them to defeat both Radagon and the Elden Beast in one strike. Soulslike games, including Elden Ring, are all characterized by brutal combat mechanics and even more challenging boss encounters. First-time FromSoftware players will have a tough time with Elden Ring's many boss fights, particularly Radagon and Elden Beast.
Elden Ring fans, however, have proven to be up to the challenge, as they continue to develop creative play styles to overcome any obstacle. As a passionate player, you're eager to discover all the secrets, defeat all the bosses, collect all the Runes, and complete all the quests possible in Elden Ring.
In one of these cases, Redditor YourAverageGamer31 accomplished a very difficult task by defeating Radagon and Elden Beast with just one hit each. Furthermore, they do this in Journey 3. As Elden Ring's third playthrough, Journey 3 is equivalent to New Game++, which means the enemies have even more health and are more difficult. By using the Ancient Dragon Lightning Strike in conjunction with numerous buffs, the player is able to destroy both of the end-game bosses almost instantly. This is not some cheesy way for new players to defeat these bosses, as it works only because of the setup and build of an Elden Ring player. The Player's build is as follows:
The Seal of Gravel Stone, the Shield of Jellyfish, the Lightning Scorpion Talisman, the Godfrey Icon, and the Kindred of Rot’s Exultation Mushroom Crown.A fetid pot is used to poison the player before they enter the boss arena so they can gain the buffs from the Kindred of Rot's Exultation. It was not by accident that the Redditor came across this build or this method for defeating two of Elden Ring's most difficult bosses - they spent countless hours testing, experimenting, and retrying. With Journey 2, and Journey 3, they appear to have achieved this - and they aim to repeat their success with Journey 4 when it comes out.