Prince of Persia The Lost Crown: All Main Bosses

After completing the game, here are all the main bosses along with my tips on how to beat them!

There are tons of bosses in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown, but not all of them are the main ones. Only 8 are main bosses, and all of them are pretty tough. You can either make them easy or tough, depending on the difficulty you choose. Either way, the end-game bosses will surely give you a run for your money.

Key Takeaways
  • There are 8 main bosses in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown.
  • Among 8, three of them are from the Immortals.
  • The Immortals are the most troublesome bosses, so players might have trouble defeating them.
  • Vahram is the last boss, but he appears two times before the final fight.
  • My favourite boss in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown is Orod due to his pride as a warrior. 
  • The toughest boss in-game is arguably Vahram. 
Before You Start: The guide contains spoilers about the boss’s identity and the actual fight, so if you don’t want to spoil yourself, I would recommend proceeding with caution.

1. General Uvishka 

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The first main boss in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown is General Uvishka. He is not that tough, even if you are playing on a higher difficulty. It is a prologue boss, so its moves can be parried pretty easily. Meanwhile, the boss features some moves that you can’t parry; they are easy to dodge. I managed to beat General Uvishka on the first try, so I would recommend focusing on dodging, parrying, and charge attacks

After enough damage, phase two starts where he will be on foot. This phase has more moves you can parry, so there’s nothing to worry about.

2. Jahandar

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Jahandar might seem intimidating, but he isn’t really a tough boss. It gives many openings you can use to do a good amount of damage. The attacks Jahandar does are also predictable and can be dodged pretty easily. This is a boss many can beat on the first try. However, its second phase is a little tricky.

While it still leaves so many openings for you to take advantage of some of its moves changes, especially the poison one. However, it won’t be something players can’t handle, so beat the boss and claim the Soma Tree Flower. The item will increase your overall health.

3. Kiana

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Kinana is one of the toughest bosses in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown. This is where things get a little tough, as her attacks are not easy to dodge. Depleting her health in the first stage is pretty easy, but then she summons you into her world. There, she will come at you in all directions, so you will have to focus more.

After that, the boss fight gets a little tough, but you also get a punishable move. Also, Shadow of the Simurgh will help you dodge Kiana’s attacks. After defeating Kiana, you will get another Soma Tree Flower.

4. Azhdaha

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Azhdaha comes after a long time, so by then, you will have pretty much gotten the hang of the combat. However, it is still a pretty challenging boss. With that said, the attack pattern is not too crazy, so you can understand it after two or three tries. Also, the attack windows are quite large, making it easy to dodge. 

Once the second phase starts, you will get some punishable moves, but punishing Azhdaha is tricky. It will use the tail to distract you, so you should jump first and then parry. I had some trouble with Azhdaha at first, but after a couple of tries, the fight became easy. After defeating the boss, you will get Four Celestial Arrows and a Soma Tree Flower.

5. Menolias

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The next boss on the list is Menolias. He is arguably one of the toughest bosses in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown. In fact, I consider him the toughest boss among all the main bosses. He is extremely quick on his feet, and just approaching him can get challenging. Also, most of his attacks can’t be parried, so the boss fight is pretty challenging. 

The second phase is even more dangerous due to Rahsnu’s Judgment. Whenever you see a yellow appearing near Menolias, don’t get close to him. After defeating Menolias, you will get the Chakram Shadow of the Simurgh ability, along with Rashnu’s Judgment and a Soma Tree Petal.

6. Orod

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The next main boss is Orod. He looks pretty intimidating, and believe me, he is. Orod is no joke, so make sure you are well-prepared when you go and fight him. I did manage to defeat him on the first try, but I was fully prepared. Also, his attacks have a large window, so you will see them coming, giving you an opportunity to dodge or parry. 

However, beware of Orod’s second phase, where he imbues his weapons in lightning. It is arguably an honorable fight as Orod dies while standing still with pride. After defeating him, you will get the Bahamut’s Rage and a Some Tree Petal. 

7. King Darius

King Darius
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The next main boss is King Darius, and he is pretty menacing. He somehow is back from the dead and is standing in your way. Defeating him can be really hard, especially due to the first phase. King Darius’s Ice attacks cause a lot of damage, and the second phase features fire attacks.

The second is way easier than the first one. However, things get a little tough in the last phase, and he uses both ice and fire. After defeating the boss, you will get the Key of Kings along with a Soma Tree Flower. 

8. Vahram

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While I found Menolias the toughest personally, Vahram is the toughest among all bosses in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown. The first fight with him was pretty one-sided, and that made me realize he is in a completely different league. The second fight takes place in the same area, but there is a huge difference in skills and abilities from the last time. 

So, the boss can be defeated after a few tries. However, that is not even the actual boss fight, as Vahram was never serious. The final boss in-game is Vahram, so after defeating King Darius, you will have to fight him again. In the fight, Vahram is no longer a human, so defeating him will be hard. Even on the easy mod, the fight isn’t easy at all, so make sure you are fully prepared. 

In the end, even Vahram didn’t look bad as he ended up helping Sargon.  

My Favourite Boss Fight

I personally liked Orod the most, mainly due to his personality as a warrior.

The fight with Orod was truly memorable, and he went down as a true warrior. That moment was extremely epic, and it gave me goosebumps

That is almost everything you would want to know about all the main bosses in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown. While you are at it, you should take a look at the best Athra Surges and how to upgrade weapons to have the upper hand in battle. Also, make sure to read the guide on the best Amulets and how to get more healing potions and arrows to increase your survival chances

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