How To Beat the Fell Wispwyvern in Enshrouded

The arena in Pikemead's Reach for the Fell Wispwyvern in Enshrouded
Image Credit: Keen Games GmbH.

Enshrouded is home to multiple bosses scattered throughout the game’s vast biomes, including the fearsome Fell Wispwyvern. If you need help figuring out how to defeat this monster, this guide is for you. We’ll explain all the tips and tricks you need to beat this tricky boss in Enshrouded.

How To Beat the Fell Wispwyvern in Enshrouded

Fighting the Fell Wispwyvern in Enshrouded
Image Credit: Keen Games GmbH.

You’ll find the Fell Wispwyvern at Pikemead’s Reach. You’ll instantly be able to tell when you are at the boss arena, as it is vast and foreboding. Specifically, the Fell Wispwyvern can be located in the northern part of the city.

The Fell Wispwyvern has a couple of attacks that it will utilize, all of which can prove devastating to even the tankiest players. In total, it will use five different attacks that can make the fight much more challenging if you don’t know how to avoid them.

You can easily avoid the Ice Storm by using your evade or blink, and you can dodge the attacks as you’ll see an indicator on the floor telling you where the ice attacks will land. You can tell when the Fell Wispwyvern is about to perform this attack as he rears his head towards the sky.

Another standard attack is the Ice Blast. The Fell Wispwyvern will rear its head back and then breathe a cone of cold at the attacker. This attack can be incredibly devastating to those caught in the blast, but you can easily dodge to the side or far enough back away from it as he doesn’t move when attacking.

The Pounce attack can be challenging to dodge as this is one of the boss’s most frantic moves. It can be unpredictable, and it’s hard to know when it’s happening. However, if you see the boss leaping into the air, get ready to roll away from where you’re currently standing.

The Tail Spin is an attack that melee fighters need to keep an eye out for. If you get too close to the Wispwyvern, it will spin in a circle. If you get hit by this move, you will end up stunned for a few seconds.

The Icy Roar is one of the easiest moves to deal with. It begins sucking in the air, and blue beetles will emerge from the ground. If you have a ranger on your team, shooting an arrow into its mouth will stun it.

If you stun the Fell Wispwyvern, it will lose all of its resistances. This is the perfect time to jump in and deal as much damage as possible. Once stunned, you have about ten seconds to get in as many attacks as possible before it gets back up and starts attacking again.

Food bonuses can be incredibly beneficial in this fight, as you can use certain foods to extend your health bar and give you stamina or health regeneration. These can be especially helpful if you’re struggling with the fight and can’t seem to get the boss down.

Once you’ve defeated the Fell Wispwyvern, make sure you loot its head, as you’ll need this item in order to Strengthen your Flame Altar to level 4.

Good luck in the battle!

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Written by Amy Eastland

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