Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Ghost Auroch Legendary Animal Guide
The Siege of Paris DLC for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla adds a new Legendary Animal for players to hunt. This animal is the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Ghost Auroch. Defeating this beast rewards you with the special Bad Bull trophy/achievement alongside XP and progress towards the areas mysteries. For help with the beast see our Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Ghost Auroch Legendary Animal boss DLC guide below.
Where to Find the Ghost Auroch in Francia
The Ghost Auroch Legendary Animal can be located in the Amienois region of Francia to the southeast of the town of Amiens. At this location you will find the bull in an old abandoned farm. Entering the fenced in area where the animal resides will trigger the boss fight. Be sure you are ready before entering. The Ghost Auroch has a Power Level of 400 and will attack when you enter into the arena. We have some tips to fight this boss below.
How to Defeat the Ghost Auroch
The Ghost Auroch is a tough animal to fight. The boss is big and deals a ton of damage if it gets you with one of its attacks. Like other animals you’ve fought up to this point a good strategy is to keep your distance. If you have a bow that is decent use it to hit the four weak points on the animals legs. Once you deplete its stamina rush in and hit it with a stun attack.
After you’ve triggered the stun attack retreat. Use the bow or switch to something like a spear to keep your distance. You will want to hit and run as much as possible. This animal likes to charge a lot so be on your toes for when it does.
If you fail to damage it enough in the first area it will break the fence and run to a new section. This new section allows you to ride on your mount giving you a bit more maneuverability. When it goes to the new area it will begin to regenerate health so try and interrupted it as soon as possible.
That’s all you need to know about the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Ghost Auroch DLC Legendary Animal. If you have a good strategy for dealing with this animal let me hear it in the comments below. Happy hunting.