Some exploration of Francia in the Siege of Paris DLC for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla reveals that there’s several boss fight duels with Frankish Nobles hidden around the map, special battles with elite warriors. For those players who are looking for a challenge worthy of Eivor, we’ve laid out all the Frankish Noble Boss Fight Locations in our special guide below.
Frankish Noble Boss Fight Locations in Siege of Paris
There’s a total of three Frankish Noble boss fights, or duels, located across France in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Siege of Paris. Each one plays pretty differently, as the three of them use distinct weapons and techniques against Eivor. There are three of them to find at “Mysteries” on the map, the locations of which we’ve marked below.
The Duelist, Herbert du Lilibonne, is waiting in a farm in the West section of Amienois. He’s a pretty standard melee fighter, and probably the easiest one to fight first. Use arrows to hit his weak points for massive stamina damage and follow it up with parries, and you can deplete his stamina for a major stun attack within the first thirty seconds of the fight. A shield is a big help in this fight, as well as poison and fire to deplete health over time.
The Cavalier, Gerswinda, is North of Evreux. She’s found rallying a bunch of citizens and talking to her will start the conflict. She’s a horse-riding warrior similar to the Cavalry soldiers you’ll have encountered several times in Francia already, and her combination of mobility and high-damage unblockable attacks can make her dangerous. Focus on her rather than the horse, and stay evasive all the while. Because she’s often out of reach, you want to focus on making the strikes you do get on her as powerful as possible, or inflicting status effects so she’s always taking some damage along the way.
Perhaps the most annoying of the three, Amric du Lilibonne won’t actually appear until you interact with the obvious chest in the centre of the marked campsite, whereupon he ambushes you. However, rather than fight you up close, he fires at you with a crossbow from the raised path that encircles the campsite. If you approach him, he’ll try to run. However, the gap isn’t insurmountable, and if you can get close, he’s basically defenceless at close range. Either master ranged combat to fight him on his own terms, or force him into melee combat, which is probably the smarter move.
Frankish Noble Rewards
Once you’ve beaten all the Frankish Nobles, you won’t get an in-game reward, but instead a Trophy or Achievement called “We Nobles Three”. It means that the Nobles’ boss fights should be a good draw for completionists or just those looking for a new challenge, but those interested in weapons and armour won’t find much priority here.
Speaking of weapons and armour, you should know where to find those, especially if the nobles are giving you trouble! Check out where to find all the armour in Siege of Paris, or see where to find all the weapons in Siege of Paris!