Wo Long Fallen Dynasty can easily scratch that Soulsborne itch many players have. With our continuing coverage of Wo Long, we have a jampacked post here about Wo Long boss fights. This will cover the fights with Xiahou Dun, Zhang Liao, Lu Bu’s Beast Form, Yan Liang and Wen Chou. Ready your blade and spirit.
- Unblockable Dash
- Dragging weapon on ground at you
- Flies around and dashes at you
- Shoot fire everywhere with his wings
Xiahou Dun is a flying flame demon. He attacks fast with his scythe and stays airborne with his fire wings. This boss is extremely fast and will be moving around the field consistently.
This demon has a few good spots to attack him. Your primary strategy should mainly focus on counter attacks. Once you parry a dash move or he whiffs an unblockable. Like many flying bosses, Xiahou Dun can’t stay up forever. That’s when you strike. Every time one of his attacks drives him to the ground, you can get a few hits off on him before he moves again.
Do not get greedy.
Land a few hits, and move. He will come at you a lot with unblockable dash attacks. Just stay guarded and make sure to parry as much as you can while keeping a eye where he is at all times.
Speaking of landing, the best time to heal is when he lands from performing a combo.
- Basic Lightning attacks
- Dash unblockables
- Lightning attacks dashing
- Lots of area of effect (AOE) attacks of lightning
Zhang Liao has a sword that crackles with lightning energy. That lightning power drives his skillset.
Almost every attack Zhang Liao does has a lightning AOE which can make life miserable if you don’t parry. Guarding is pointless. The damage it prevents gets overwhelmed by the damage the lightning showers you with.
Wait for moments that he finishes a combo. Most of the time, you can hit him a couple times before he gets his second wind. After that, he gets back into the fight. His unblockables are easy to see but hard to parry because he so quick when he does strike
Its best to heal anytime he finishes an attack. All in all, Zhang Liao is an easier Wo Long boss fight.
Lu Bu’s Beast Form
- Slow attacks (Sometimes weapon on fire)
- Spear stabs
- Fireball shots (no, not the fun kind)
- Fire kick (think kicking dirt but instead it burns a lot)
- Jump attacks
- Fireball attack
Good news and bad news: Lu Bu is back in his Beast Form. That said, Lu Bu’s Beast Form is not as hard as his main form.
He is a demon now and takes the form of a horse. What’s best about this demonic horse is its speed, or lack thereof. His last form had power and speed, but now his speed is average at best. That is unless he is jumping at you.
This monster still packs a punch, and most of his unblockable moves will do massive damage. Luckily, both of his fireball attacks are easy parry chances. You need to volley the fireball back and forth until it lands a hit. Those fireballs and monster Lu Bu’s jump attack have easy timing and you will have no issue with some practice.
Your main strategy should just be on guard and parry. As always, be aware that at any time he can jump and try and hit you with an unblockable. Lu Bu loves to rip the fireball unblockable on you, but once you nail down the timing that burning sphere is not that hard either. If you are having a hard time you can always fight some up close and wait for his unblockable to stagger him from a distance.
Best time to heal is anytime he hurls the fireball because it takes a second to throw at you. Just to reiterate, Lu Bu’s second fight is the easier one.
Yan Liang and Wen Chou
- Unblockable combo move (They will combine attacks and Wen will throw Yan at you)
- Wen will revive Yan (Only did it once for us)
- Yan is fast and Wen is slower
- Both have unblockables
Gaming history has a litany of excellent duo boss fights. Yan Liang and Wen Chou look to join that storied history.
Wen Chou kicks off the fight by grabbing Yan and throwing him at you. Flying Yan is unblockable. Best to avoid him unless you feel comfortable with the timing.
Yan Liang telegraphs his moves clearer than Wen Chou, so this guide focuses more on Yan since he’s easier to kill faster. Just stay on Yan Liang, parrying and guarding during his unblockable attacks. Parry if you can, or flee to the other side of the map. Yan will easily catch up to and keep on the attack. Wen is slower and easier to dodge but packs a punch. When Wen catches up, just run back and after a few tries you might get lucky and fight them one on one.
When you kill Yan Jiang, there is just one problem: Wen Chou will revive him to half health. From our experience, this only happens once, even though we did take Yan down again first after he got revived. After that, Wen Chou is slow and easy to read, just block and parry his attacks and you should finish him pretty fast.
Healing is a nightmare early on but when you take out Yan it will be easier to do.