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Large Huntsman
Bloodborne™ 20150514004244 - 1
Affiliation Neutral
Locations Central Yharnam,
Cathedral Ward,
Forbidden Woods,
Drops Blood Vial x2,
Oil Urn x1,
Blood Stone Shard x1
Health
NG NG+
Central Yharnam:
225
282
358
Cathedral Ward:
287
358
Forbidden Woods:
409
511
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Blood Echoes
NG NG+
Central Yharnam:
73
257
Cathedral Ward:
257
Forbidden Woods:
834
???
Defenses
Physical DEF icon
VS Blunt icon
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VS Thrust icon
Bolt icon
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Fire icon
Blood DEF icon
??? ???
Arcane (DEF) icon
Slow Poison RES icon
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Rapid Poison RES icon
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The Large Huntsman is an enemy in Bloodborne.

Description

Large Huntsmen are Yharnam inhabitants who have begun their transformation into Scourge Beasts. Although they still retain a humanoid appearance and walk on two legs, their appearance has become much more bestial and they are incapable of speaking. They stand a head taller than regular Huntsmen and are significantly stronger, able to wield large tools such as saws and ploughs one handed.

There are three variants of the Large Huntsman. The most common version wields a saw and torch, and is often encountered alongside other enemies. Another variant wields a long spear and is only found in the sewers beneath Central Yharnam. The final version uses a broadfork and is considerably more aggressive than the other variants.

Strategy

Large Huntsman are very vulnerable to interrupts and can be slain quickly if the player equips a rune that boosts visceral attacks. They often patrol fixed locations and are easy to sneak up on, provided that they don't detect the player. All three variants are capable of rapid combos that inflict heavy damage if not evaded and work together with other enemies. It is recommended to lure them away from other opponents, especially if there are rifle Huntsmen in the area.

Notes

  • Despite their bestial appearance, Large Huntsmen are not classified as beasts. This means that they will not take bonus damage from fire or serrated weapons. The fact that they are not beasts is further supported by the fact that they can be found near regular Huntsmen, and they will not be hostile to each other.
  • They are commonly found with regular Huntsmen.


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