Hardest Bosses in Final Fantasy XIII (Ranked) –

Players come to Final Fantasy with many expectations – including the expectation of a challenge.

If Final Fantasy 13 isn’t known for its difficulty, it’s still one of the hardest games in the series.

Some of the bosses in the main story are bottlenecks that require many attempts, and if you still feel like fighting after clearing the game, the additional bosses are even harder.

Different playstyles will make boss battles difficult, but some are more likely to end your winning streak. Let’s take a look at some of the FFXIII patterns that are universally challenging.

10. Gigantoir

Cacti have been a staple of the Final Fantasy fauna since Final Fantasy VI, and they haven’t changed much since then. This somewhat caricatured design is the same in FF13 as in seven games, but it looks much more absurd in a highly detailed 3D form.

To admire this giant cactus with a moustache and the best in the fight, you must first have encountered a normal cactus somewhere in the Archylte steppe.

This makes the Cactars a regular sight in the region and opens Cie’th Mission 54 – defeating the colossal Gigantoir.

Don’t forget to equip the Painfighter and white coat before battle to avoid the spill effect of his special 10,000 needle attack (which does exactly 10,000 damage).

Hang in there and you’ll eventually defeat the strange monster, earning the Floraphobe/Fhost of Floraphobe trophy.

9. Hecatoncheir

Vanilla can look like a pretty girl on the outside.

But according to her Eidolon, she’s a real badass.

The Hecatonheir is based on the Hecatonheirs, giants with a hundred arms mentioned in Greek mythology. It has a threatening aspect and its shape is reminiscent of the Magitek armor from Final Fantasy VI. That’s cool.

But to earn his respect, you must defeat Hecatoncher in the Mah’habara Subterra, one of the toughest battles in the game.

Luckily, it’s Vanill and Fang fighting the beast, so at least you have a competent team.

8. Brynhildr

The same goes for your team fighting Brynhildr, the heavy Sazhem Eidolon.

That struggle got a lot of players in trouble at the time, because Sazh is not a very good addition to Vanilla – especially if you take his very narrow specialization, which makes sense with a whole team, but not so much just in Nautilus.

To make matters worse, Brynhildr casts a spell at the beginning of the fight that limits the duration of his HP burnout.

Launching Haste as quickly as possible can help take him out faster, as can Enfrost.

7. Side rains

We’re used to characters named Cid being a useful and guiding force in Final Fantasy games – but in FFXIII, they decided to break with tradition by making Cid Raines both an anti-hero and a boss.

The commander of the Sanctuary Cavalry transforms into Seet after defying his Aid Focus party so they can destroy Coon according to Fal’Seet’s plans. What follows is one of the toughest battles in the game.

Sid will use devastating physical attacks and powerful magic throughout the battle – and he can do serious damage before collapsing.

It also launches Destiny into battle for 20 minutes, so the damage caused by the fleas is not enough.

I recommend using Sid’s vulnerability to Slow against him to have an easier fight.

6. Orphan

Despite Sid’s best efforts, our heroes eventually reach the Orphan Company, whose job it is to deliver the powers Eden used to keep Kokun afloat.

Since Orphan is the last boss in the entire game, it’s not surprising that he can be a bit difficult.

The Wheel fal’Cie has some haunting moves and isn’t afraid to cast a spell on your party when the time seems right.

Keep trying and you will eventually defeat Fal’Si.

Skilled healers and at least one saboteur to control the orphan can speed up the process.

5. Aster Protoflorian

On their way to Palumpolum, Lightning and Hope pass through the White Forest of Gapra, where they must defeat one of the Saints’ biological weapons, the Astra Protoflorian.

This intelligent plant can use powerful magic and changes its own kinship every few minutes. It can be difficult to understand and react to at first, so most players lose at least a few times during the game.

Remember, the game wouldn’t have put you in this situation if Snow and Lightning didn’t have the tools to defeat this grassy garden, and you should be fine.

It’s a lot easier when you understand the patterns.

4. Dahaka

Not to be confused with the eponymous prince of Persia, Dahaka is one of the first things you see when you arrive in Pulse, and it will continue to haunt you as you make your way through these wild lands.

This Fal’Cie finally made his way to the top of the Tejin Tower in Grand Pulse by playing the role of a dragon on a pure white sphere.

Moves like Firestorm in full force and Diluvial Plague can send your characters into oblivion while doing damage, making Dahaka a ruthless boss.

Still, the fight shouldn’t be too hard as long as the character gets in the ring with Dispelga.

A doctor who knows how to use Raise can also be vital to Dahaka’s survival.

3. Two Ractavia

It may seem strange at first, but it would be unfair to ignore one of the most difficult battles in the game simply because it involves more than one opponent.

These two Raktavias can be fought as part of optional mission 62 of Cie’th Stone, but you’ll need a Flying Chocobo if you want to reach them.

You can only injure them by scaring them, and their chain bonus piles up at a snail’s pace. This can be set up against one raktavia, but two can easily overwhelm most parties.

2. Bartandelus

As FF13’s main opponent, the battle against Bartandelus is certainly one of the toughest.

This oppressive fal’Cie fought several times during the match, and it’s always very difficult.

Yet the battle in chapter 11 easily becomes the most difficult.

Like Sid and Orphan, Bartandelus discredits your party members if you take too long to beat him.

1. Attack

But the title of toughest fighter in FF13 goes to Attakus, the soulless Attakus – one of the immortal Sietas that roam the Great Impulse.

This Site is fueled by pure rage, which you will feel as it unleashes devastating physical attacks.

If you’re not careful, it can eliminate most of your characters at once.

If you want to try your hand at Attaq, you’ll need to complete the rest of the Sieta missions to compete in the final Titan Trials.

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