Demon's Souls PS5

How to Beat the Blue Flying Dragon

Blue Dragon
This is a guide on how you can beat the Blue Flying Dragon boss in the Demon's Souls Remake for the Playstation 5. Read on to learn strategies, drops, and stats about the Blue Flying Dragon.

Blue Flying Dragon Info

Basic Info

Boletarian Palace
Souls Drops
26830 Large Flame-Scale Demon's Soul


HP 6102 Normal Def 632
Slash Def 632 Blunt Def 632
Pierce Def 632 Magic Def 567
Fire Def 950 Poison Res Strong
Plague Res Strong Bleed Res Strong

How to Beat the Blue Flying Dragon

Boss Fight Video Guide

Here is one way to defeat the Blue Dragon using Magic!

The guide assumes that you have already saved Biorr in 1-3 and will be here in the fight to distract the dragon.

Where to Find Biorr of the Twin Fangs

Starting Strategy

Blue Dragon Snipe Area

Look For The Ideal Location

If you wish to keep Biorr alive during this battle, it is recommended to take out 50% of the Dragon's health from the doorway where it first breathes fire at you. There will be several Fat Officials on the path. Arrows are the most effective method for this.

There are several places you can actually attempt to kill the Blue Dragon. The most ideal place is the door just beneath it that leads towards the Old King Allant boss fight. Its head can be locked-on in this area while it breathes fire at Biorr.

Poison The Blue Dragon

The Blue Dragon can be poisoned, dealing around 1000 damage in its full duration. This can be done by using Rotten Arrows which can be purchased from the Filthy Old Woman in the Valley of Defilement.

Even better is by poisoning the Dragon with a Kunai. Kunai can be purchased from Graverobber Blige in the Shrine of Storms. This is a reliable way to deal damage over time but is not recommended as the sole item to be used against the dragon due to the insane amount of time it will consume.

Where to Find Graverobber Blige

Bow and Arrow

Recommended Gear
A hefty amount of arrows (around 200-300)
Lava Bow or Compound Long Bow
Magic Sword Makoto
Morion Blade
Clever Rat's Ring

Trigger the Ring and Morion Blade's Effect

You'll first want to reduce your HP below 30% before starting the long slog of shooting at the dragon. This is needed to trigger the Morion Blade and the Clever Rat Ring's damage amplification effect. This can be easily done by using the Magic Sword Makoto's self damaging effect until the ring triggers.

Once done, remove the sword and equip the Morion Blade on your off-hand with your bow on your main hand. Two hand the bow and start firing away.

Spell Casters - Damage Focused

Recommended Gear
Some Spices
Spell of Choice
Wooden Catalyst or Insanity Catalyst
Clever Rat's Ring
Morion Blade
Ring of Magical Sharpness
Magic Sword Makoto

Trigger The Rat Ring and Morion Blade

Similar to the bow strategy, you'll want to trigger the Clever Rat's Ring and Morion Blade's effect by using the makoto's self damaging effect.

Once done, lock-on to the dragon's head and keep firing your spells until it falls. Use spices to refill your MP, or if you're not in a rush, equip a Crescent weapon to regenerate your MP slowly. If you do opt to regen your MP using Crescent weapons, that time window can be used to reapply the poison to the dragon if it expires.

Demon's Souls Related Links

List of Bosses

Boletarian Palace
Phalanx Red Flying Dragon
Penetrator Tower Knight
Blue Flying Dragon Old King Allant
Old King Doran -
Stonefang Tunnel
Armor Spider Flamelurker
Dragon God -
Tower of Latria
Fool's Idol Maneater
Old Monk -
Shrine of Storms
Vanguard Adjudicator
Old Hero Storm King
Valley of Defilement
Leechmonger Dirty Colossus
Maiden Astraea -


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