Once you've defeated the Drakeblood Knight, be sure to return to the tomb behind, Take a look at the statue of the dragon in the middle of the room. Immediately engage the two, or backpedal to take on the ambusher, before fighting the firebreathing one on the other side of the rocks where his friend can't hit you. By the ruins, you can enter a narrow path where, apart from a stone lizard, you find Dragonchaser's Ashes. Now it’s finally time to get back to progressing, so return to the Dragon-Kin Mausoleum and go right from the sealed gate to a lower walkway. If all goes well, and you manage to learn the attack patterns and take out the mount, the Nameless King will take over the next portion of the battle - and it’s going to be a tough one. Wait for the dragon to fly away to be able to pass by. Here, you can find a Titanite Chunk and a ladder down (2x Twinkling Titanite). You can find it in the location where you have found Path of the Dragon gesture - in the tomb after defeating Oceiros (travel to Oceiros, The Consumed King bonfire). You’ll suddenly appear in the middle of a gorge, with the only path leading upwards. If you do find moments to unleash some damage - be aware that he can be stunned just like his mount, and getting a critical hit off on his face can win the battle. In the corner, behind the mage, there is a lift that will take you down, to the foot of the location. If this was the last stop on your quest before facing the linking of the flame, return to Firelink Shrine and get ready for the Final Confrontation. You’ll be over the large bridge, standing on clouds - making this arena very big and wide open, and you may just need the mobility. Returning to the courtyard, if you try and head under the giant bell, you’ll find the gate locked, with a body holding an Ember next to it. Check to the left for the Soul of a Weary Warrior, and note the dragon perched above as it will soon fly down to carpet bomb the area, before landing nearby. Unlike previous dragon encounters, this one isn’t content to perch somewhere and breathe fire - this one wants you dead, and will land in front of you, before trying to roast you and chomp you to bits. Later on, you will encounter opponents … Move on, along the wooden platform. There, watch out for the stone lizards that can quickly roll in your direction (do not stand by the edge). Keep enough stamina in reserve to know if you need to keep dodging, or if he lowers his spear - go in for the attack. Dodge quickly and either run under its legs or wait until it takes to the air to get onto a nearby tower before sprinting onward. Watch out, because he can land an unblockable combo of quick attacks, if you do not block the first strike. After the fight with the Ancient Wyvern - return for the items, After the battle with the Ancient Wyvern - Dragon-Kin Mausoleum. If you see him raise one hand to form a thunderbolt, know that he’s about to toss it at you. Watch out, because he can land an unblockable combo of quick attacks, if you do not block the first strike. Traverse the span to the other side where the other gate is now open to find a full Dragonslayer Set, including the Dragonslayer Helm, Dragonslayer Armor, Dragonslayer Gauntlets, and Dragonslayer Leggings. Archdragon Peak is one of optional locations that you can travel to only after you have defeated Oceiros, The Consumed King and obtained Path of the Dragon gesture. After the cutscene, you can walk over the dark clouds and enter the arena, where you fight The Nameless King. Look for a nearby Bonfire, and head inside. As soon as you deal with them, head up. If you see the dragon preparing his breath, hide behind the alcove the stairs create and watch your opponent get blasted instead. As soon as the opponent reinforces his armor, wait for a moment for the new shield to crack. Hitting him with even your best weapons does little damage - so you’ll need an alternative. Then, deal with them, or lure them below, outside of the range of the projectiles. You are not permitted to copy any image, text or info from this page. The passage behind the shielded opponent takes you to the same one that you have travelled to, after the battle with the Ancient Wyvern. Here, you can climb up another ladder to a wooden platform - follow to the very end of the platform, where you will find 2x Twinkling Titanite. To continue, come down the stairs on the right. This shockwave of fog and cloud can deal damage and knock you down unless you time it right and dodge jump over it. As the path diverges around a large rock jutting out of the landscape, climb up the jutting rock to the top where another body holds a Lightning Gem. You find the summoning sign after you climb down from the bonfire (by the wall, on the stairs - the screenshot). Again - if you have good defense and lightning resist, it may be best to tank the blow and trade off a hit when stamina allows it. You will get within range of opponents that launch fireballs from above. Heading down the stairs you’ll enter a courtyard with some patrolling Snake-men, and another on the far side who will spit fireballs. Doing so will cause a dramatic shift at the peak, moving storm clouds all across the ruins, and right above the sealed gate - forming a path of clouds you can walk on to bypass the gate and enter the fog gate, and when you’re ready it’s time to face the Nameless King. Watch out while they assume a defensive stance because they can then counter your attacks and deal a lot of damage. When you’ve finished him off, dash across the bridge to take on the fireball spitting snake-man. Use it between dragon statues at one of the chasms in Irithyll Dungeon. They look much like slightly bigger versions of the Crystal Lizards you’ve hunted, but will use their girth to roll around causing damage, or do a belly flop and shoot out small jets of flame. You can find the mage at the other side of the balcony. Apart from that, on the corpse, you find Thunder Stoneplate Ring. Heading outside, you’ll encounter two Stone Lizards. For winning the battle, you receive Dragon Tooth and Havel's Greatshield. Of course, the Nameless King will do his best to make sure you take much more damage, and he’ll have a slew of attacks from up on high.