Dark Souls Impressions - The FINAL Update

 
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Look around the Burg

get the thing
Are you sure I don't already have it? My inventory's in the OP.

I've been looking.
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Jacob Potila was actually a Jacob Flotilla of lies.- WarTurkey
Look around the Burg

get the thing
Are you sure I don't already have it? My inventory's in the OP.

I've been looking.

Nope. I could point you in the general area but I dunno. I just think it's a REALLY useful thing to have.


 
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Um.

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...awarded to shoe who summon...
what the fuck does that even mean

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...awarded to shoe who summon...
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weird, that should say those


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It's a new pronoun.


 
 
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...awarded to shoe who summon...
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It's a virtual object identifying as a sunlight medal. Its pronouns are shoe, sher and shoezxys. Misgendering shoe is one of sher many triggers, you misogynist piece of shit.


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<- Previous update: Fuck You, Goliath II

Recap:
- Slayed the Bell Gargoyles
- Rung the first Bell of Awakening

Current missions:
- Tie up some loose ends
- Prepare to fight the Capra Demon



So, I finally rung the first Bell of Awakening. Pretty exciting--but there's still one more left.

As I puzzled over its wherabouts, I swung around my new Gargoyle Tail Axe, relatively unimpressed with it. It's kind of unwieldy, and I don't really care much for its overall design; it just looks kinda silly to me. I don't see myself using it very often, if at all.

Anyway, I figured the most obvious step for me to take next would be to slay the Capra Demon. As I mentioned in this post, I've already had an encounter with him. It was during a prior session that I never talked about due to pacing/length concerns.

I love his design--he's an imposing, muscle-bound humanoid demon wearing a goat skull, representing Capricorn. He wields two giant blades, and during battle, is assisted by a couple of undead attack dogs. He's probably my favorite boss so far, strictly design-wise.

Like pretty much every other boss I've faced so far, he's very strong, but his movements are comparatively slow, so defeating him is a simple matter of avoiding his attacks and punishing them accordingly. He should've been an easy kill when I first met him, but what made him all the tougher for me to handle were his stupid fucking guard dogs. If I got them out of the way first, taking out Capra himself should be a cinch.

Before that, however, there were a number of things I felt obliged to take care of first.



Keeping in mind what Flee said about tails, I decided to try my luck once again at fighting that big blue headless demon down in the old church--this time, focusing all my attacks on its giant tail. Although I couldn't manage to sever it like I could with the gargoyle, I noticed that if I just wailed on him from behind, never allowing him to face me, he couldn't do jackshit about it--so I continued until it died. It gave me a thousand souls, and a piece of Demon Titanite.

Turns out those things are called Titanite Demons, which gives me the idea that there's gonna a lot more of them.

From there, I thought abut returning to Firelink Shrine, so I did. There's an elevator that leads down to it in the monastery. I met up with Griggs and Lautrec, the two guys I rescued from their respective prisons. Lautrec gave me the reward he promised--a Sun Medallion. That's the same thing I got from Solaire--what the hell are they for?

Griggs was more interesting. As I expected, he teaches you the ways of sorcery. The way magic works in this game is pretty unique--each spell or miracle is treated as its own item that you can purchase, and each one has a set number of uses. In order to utilize the magic, though, you still have to meet the requirement parameters, as you would for any other weapon. The spells Griggs offered were quite basic--mostly Soul Arrows of varying degrees, but what caught my eye the most was the Magic Weapon spell, which allows you to imbue your weapon with magic. That's intriguing, but I wasn't prepared to sink 3000 souls on it. I'll come back for it later.

For sentimentality's sake, I attempted to revisit the cemetery again--but as soon as I crossed under the inner stone archway, I heard this... very unsettling growling and snarling noise. It was even given subtitles. It kinda sounded female, too, but I dunno. Bracing myself, I circled the entire shrine in search of the noise, but I just couldn't find anything. When I returned to the same area (twice), the snarling stopped. I never found out where it came from.

I spoke with one of the first NPCs you meet in the game. I don't know his name, but he's blonde, and when you first meet him, he basically tells you to fuck off. This was before I knew to exhaust every bit of each NPC's dialogue, so this time, I made sure to do that. He explained that he meant no ill will by telling me to fuck off, and bestowed upon me a copper coin. Yay, more useless shit to clog up my inventory.

Speaking with him again, he offered me to join his covenant--the Way of White. That sounds pretty KKK-esque, but nonetheless, I joined. I have absolutely no idea what this entails, so if someone could explain covenants to me, that would be great. Anyway, he sold magic scrolls as well--and his were a bit more interesting. He teaches healing spells, and a spell called Homeward, which basically acts as a Homeward Bone--that's amazing, but it's 8K souls, so I may as well just continue buying them from my usual merchant.

I was pretty much done here, so I figured I'd start training for the Capra Demon now.



I looked through the entire weapons section of my inventory. I haven't even tried 90% of these weapons--yet here they all are. So, I thought to myself, why don't I just test all of them out? There's gotta be something that'll help me kill those dogs here somewhere...

The plan was this: I'll train in an area like the Undead Burg, where all the enemies are weak, and good for testing new weapons on. For each weapon I haven't used before, I'll kill every enemy in the immediate area with it--taking note of all their traits, caveats, and idiosyncrasies. I'm looking for a weapon that can take care of small ankle-biters, so I'll pay particular attention to those.

Through this process, I gained an interest in the following weapons:

Bandit's Knife - I found this in lower Undead Burg. I could've bought a simple Dagger from the merchant, but I'm banking that this one is slightly stronger. As one would expect, its standard attacks have low damage and range--but its backstabs and parry ripostes are lethal, so it could honestly be a huge asset down the line. I'll be feeding this thing some Titanite, for sure.

Longsword - I've been neglecting this thing, but its all-purpose nature is hard to dismiss. I'm currently torn between this and the Morning Star as secondary weapons. I'll keep this upgraded, as well.

Mail Breaker - Since there aren't any heavily-armored enemies around the Undead Burg, I couldn't test out this weapon's "mail-breaking" properties. Otherwise, it's pretty weak. I'll have to remember to test it out on some balder knights later on, because if it's that strong against armor, that could be extraordinarily useful.

Unfortunately, I'm still not strong enough to wield the Zweihander--even when I two-hand it--so I couldn't test it.

During this session, I kept trying to find that item Big Boss keeps pestering me about, but no luck. There's one area in the Burg that I've yet to explore: In the tower that leads up to the Taurus Demon's bridge, there is a locked door at the very bottom as soon as you enter. I don't have the key for it, but I'm certain that the item is behind it. I have absolutely no clue where else it could be--I've looked everywhere, and I've struck pretty much every wall I could see, so it couldn't be anywhere else.

When I was all finished, I looked at the number of souls I gained, and--...Holy shit. I had 16K.

If I just spent a little bit more time killing shit, I could have enough to buy the Crest of Artorias. So I did.



Buying that crest felt like a huge load off my shoulders. Finally, I would get to see what's beyond that door in the forest. Hopefully, it's not anything too fearsome--thank God I found that secret bonfire just in case, though. Either way, I just hope it was worth the 20,000 souls.

AND THEN IT WASN'T

What ended up being behind that damn door was another part of the forest--except with stronger enemies. The first thing I spotted was a lone figure off in the foggy distance, standing firm between a loose set of trees. I walked towards him to gather if he was friend or foe. As soon as I was noticed, he shot a soul arrow at me. They're quite easy to evade when you can see them coming.

Well, foe it is. I advanced towards him, remaining wary of the unfamiliar surroundings. Just then, I spot the ghostly image of a knight charging towards me. His body was barely visible, and I couldn't lock on to him--and after a vain attempt at slashing it, he countered, taking away a massive chunk of my life. What the fuck is even going on.

After getting up, I started booking it. I sprinted all over--I didn't care where I ended up. I just wanted something to take away from this. An item, a weapon--something--because I know I didn't just waste 20,000 souls on an area I can't even survive in.

I got face-to-face with the hostile sorcerer, and to my surprise, he appeared to be human. In fact, I think he was human. Now, I could be completely wrong about this, but I feel as though the only reason he was attacking me was because I happened to be hollowed at the time. I had some humanity bottled up, but I was kinda saving it--but maybe if I come back to this area as a human, they won't attack me. That's on my to-do list for later. Hopefully that won't be a complete waste of time, too.

Anyway, I did end up finding something before I fled with a Homeward Bone: a set of Eastern Armor. Looks really cool, and appears to be strong, but I need to increase my endurance more before I can wear it.

One last thing, too--remember that area with the stone knights? I crept back up there again, for funsies. This time, I walked as slowly as possible, so as to not awaken any of the knights--and I ended up finding myself a new spear. It's called a Partizan, and it's a lot longer than my Winged Spear--but eh, length isn't everything. If it's too long, I'm just going to be bouncing it off of walls and shit, so... meh. A decent find, though, regardless.



It was time to fight the Capra Demon. Now, I'm still having some sync issues with my elgato, so once again, I'm gonna have to forgo the video idea again. I'm sad about that, because this would've been an entertaining one.

Capra's fighting area is very small--almost claustrophobic. To the right from the entrance is a building with a series of thin columns on its facade, with which you can ensnare self inadvertently. Not a good spot to be in. To the left is a staircase, from which plunging attacks are possible. That's where I wanted to be, but unfortunately, the undead attack dogs control the pace of the battle, because they have to be killed right away. Otherwise, you'll just get ganged up on.

The Winged Spear has weird properties. If you strike at the right moment of your opponent's attack, it'll do extra damage. This means I have a chance to one-shot the first attack dog from the word "go," but that requires me to stand my ground at the entrance--which is dangerous, of course, because the Capra Demon attacks you immediately upon crossing the foggy gate. It's still the best option.

Failing to kill the attack dog in one hit puts you in a bad position, because Capra will have immediately cornered you. The timing of my rolls are crucial here, because all of his attacks do massive damage and have wide hitboxes--especially his unblockable jumping attack, which gave me a lot of grief. He likes to use this move after knocking you down, so that when you get up, you literally cannot escape--you're just dead.

When I got up on the staircase to plunge into his skull, it only did the same amount of damage that a strong attack would have--so from there, I instead focused on keeping my distance, and striking only when necessary. If the second dog hasn't already been taken care of at this point, you're already dead.

It's imperative that you don't let him corner you, because rolling out of the way only becomes more sketchy. The jump attack is he strongest technique I have, and it's ideal for punishing a lot of his moves.

With just one last chunk of health left, Capra attempts his unblockable strike one last time--completely out of my reach. In his vulnerable state, I finish him off with a jump strike, killing him after my fourth attempt. I needed almost all 10 of my Estus for that fight.

He dropped a key to a place called the Depths--I suppose that's where I'm headed next.


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About the guys behind the door... it's not a at all spoiler, just a tip
They will attack you regardless of your state, human or hollow. If you're weary you may find out why they are doing that though.


 
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I DONT GIVE A SINGLE -blam!- MOTHER -blam!-ER ITS A MOTHER -blam!-ING FORUM, OH WOW, YOU HAVE THE WORD NINJA BELOW YOUR NAME, HOW MOTHER -blam!-ING COOL, NOT, YOUR ARE NOTHING TO ME BUT A BRAINWASHED PIECE OF SHIT BLOGGER, PEOPLE ONLY LIKE YOU BECAUSE YOU HAVE NINJA BELOW YOUR NAME, SO PLEASE PUNCH YOURAELF IN THE FACE AND STAB YOUR EYE BECAUSE YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A PIECE OF SHIT OF SOCIETY
Dark Souls is such an incredible experience.


 
 
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Lautrec gave me the reward he promised--a Sun Medallion. That's the same thing I got from Solaire--what the hell are they for?
Sunlight medals are used to level up in one of the covenants I believe you've already missed. There's a few places to get them throughout the game, but their main source is multiplayer related. Basically, if you're in the right covenant and help someone beat a boss by being summoned, you both gain a sunlight medal. It's why you got one when you beat the Gargoyles with the help of Solaire. Not very useful unless you're looking to obtain the covenant rewards later, but still. The coins (copper, silver, gold) you can obtain throughout the game can be sold for a pretty decent amount of souls with a certain merchant later. Nothing too useful, but again, souls are never bad.


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I have absolutely no idea what this entails, so if someone could explain covenants to me, that would be great.
I'm afraid most covenants are going to be pretty useless for you as their primary purpose is to guide the multiplayer aspect of the game. Either way, a brief overview of the covenants is this:

- Warriors of Sunlight (Co-op) = Solaire's covenant to help people with bosses. It gives you offensive miracles when ranking up through the covenant by sacrificing sunlight medals you gain by helping others defeat bosses.

- Princess' Guard (Co-op) = Same as above, only its rewards are defensive / support miracles for helping others beat bosses.

- Way of White (Co-op) = Same as above, only this one gives no rewards but just increases the odds of being matched with other players for summoning and co-op.

- Chaos Servant (PvE) = The only PvE covenant in game, lets you rank up in the covenant by sacrificing humanities in exchange for pyromancy spells and a few shortcuts.

- Darkwraith (PvP) = Invade other players to kill them and steal their humanity. Ranking up and invading others rewards you with humanity, a weapon and an armor set.

- Blade of the Darkmoon (PvP) = Covenant to invade and punish invaders who have been marked as sinners by people they've killed. Gives rewards for killing sinners and sacrificing items to the covenant.

- Forest Hunter (PvP) = Covenant you've just encountered a few members of. It serves to protect the forest from anyone who might seek to harm it and automatically summons its members to stop trespassers. Rewards for ranking up are a few rings and upgrade materials.

- Path of the Dragon (PvP) = The covenant for 'honorable duels' that lets you put down a sign so that others can summon you for a fight. You can't invade randoms with it, only people who choose to summon you. Gives some interesting dragon-related rewards and upgrade materials.

- Gravelord Servants (PvP) = Probably the most interesting covenant in the game. It allows you to 'infect' a number of other people's worlds with stronger enemies. If they manage to get through that area and survive the infection, they can fight you in return and will clear all worlds you infected by killing you.

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AND THEN IT WASN'T
Turkey did say that if something seemed like it would be way too costly to access at the start of the game, it's probably supposed to be a late game area. There's definitely a lot of interesting stuff in there, but you might not be strong enough to get to it yet.


 
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You either die a hero or live long enough to become Mythic..
I still suggest checking out the area with the big stone guys before heading to the Depths, there is stuff you missed.

You can generally run by the stone guys, just be wary of the plant things.


 
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verb can I tell you something that you don't really learn in this game unless you do it once by accident and shit? It's related to bosses, its not really a spoiler but I know you want to figure things out yourself


Then again somebody might have already said it


 
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verb can I tell you something that you don't really learn in this game unless you do it once by accident and shit? It's related to bosses, its not really a spoiler but I know you want to figure things out yourself

Then again somebody might have already said it
Sure, go ahead.


 
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verb can I tell you something that you don't really learn in this game unless you do it once by accident and shit? It's related to bosses, its not really a spoiler but I know you want to figure things out yourself

Then again somebody might have already said it
Sure, go ahead.
If you roll directly into them when they have max health, you can kill them in one hit.


 
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verb can I tell you something that you don't really learn in this game unless you do it once by accident and shit? It's related to bosses, its not really a spoiler but I know you want to figure things out yourself

Then again somebody might have already said it
Sure, go ahead.
If the boss has a tail try to cut it off, you will usually get a boss weapon from it.


 
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verb can I tell you something that you don't really learn in this game unless you do it once by accident and shit? It's related to bosses, its not really a spoiler but I know you want to figure things out yourself

Then again somebody might have already said it
Sure, go ahead.
If you roll directly into them when they have max health, you can kill them in one hit.
Yeah, that's what Flee told me. Thank you.


 
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verb can I tell you something that you don't really learn in this game unless you do it once by accident and shit? It's related to bosses, its not really a spoiler but I know you want to figure things out yourself

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Sure, go ahead.
If you roll directly into them when they have max health, you can kill them in one hit.
Yeah, that's what Flee told me. Thank you.
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Also, something kinda bizarre happened after I beat Capra. I intended to return to the bonfire in the old church, because I needed to buy some more Titanite Shards from the blacksmith--so I had to sneak under the wyvern's bridge again.

As I made my way under, though, I heard the dragon stirring from above--and before I knew it, the bridge started burning. All the soldiers atop the bridge were blazed, and humorously, I collected 300 souls by doing essentially nothing. From my peripheral vision, however, I noticed a wall of flame spurting out from my left side, and I immediately ran back.

The dragon kept on burning the bridge, so I figured it was pissed off that I killed the Capra Demon, or... something. I began to wonder if I should try to find an alternate route across this bridge, because I felt like the dragon was just going to burn me alive if I attempted to pass.

It didn't. I eventually decided to just cross, and it ended up being fine. When I turned around, though, I saw the dragon--he was sitting in the middle of the bridge, with his tail hanging off on the side. I thought to myself, well, I'm in a safe spot--why don't I just shoot an arrow at it and see what happens?

What ended up happening was... strange, and difficult to describe. As soon as my arrow hit the tail, the dragon's entire model flipped over--like, imagine using Photoshop or MS Paint, taking an image, and clicking the "flip horizontally" option. That's what happened here. And then after that, the dragon stopped flipping out. It was calm again.

I guess it was just another glitch, but man, that was kinda scary. I wish I had recorded it.


 
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You either die a hero or live long enough to become Mythic..
Keep shooting that tail bruh


 
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Keep shooting that tail bruh
Like I said, he flipped over and repositioned himself immediately after I shot him. I can't shoot him anymore (safely, anyway).


 
 
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Keep shooting that tail bruh
Like I said, he flipped over and repositioned himself immediately after I shot him. I can't shoot him anymore (safely, anyway).
Have you ever connected to the internet and downloaded the latest patches for the game? I've never played it on PS3 but damn, I've put hundreds of hours into DS1 and the worst glitch I've ever encountered was a dead body ragdolling out of control or an enemy getting stuck in a wall. Your experience with the knight and wyvern are already worse than anything I've seen on the Xbox versions.

Also, there are other ways to look at the dragon's tail safely, such as near the bottom section of the bridge.


 
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Currently in the Depths.

My frame rate is absolutely TANKING in this area. Like, holy shit.

Have you ever connected to the internet and downloaded the latest patches for the game?
I don't think so. Might have to try that.
Last Edit: May 16, 2016, 04:59:57 PM by Verbatim


 
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Yuck. I had a feeling I wasn't gonna like this place. Gonna take an early break.

Here's a look a my current inventory, with new items highlighted. Maybe it could give you an idea of my footsteps.

Inventory
Consumables
Estus Flask (10)
White Sign Soapstone (1)
Sunlight Medal (2)
Cracked Red Eye Orb (4)
Eye of Death (1)
Black Separation Crystal (1)
Bloodred Moss Clump (15)
Purple Moss Clump (20)
Blooming Purple Moss Clump (6)
Firebomb (12)
Black Firebomb (1)
Throwing Knife (16)
Repair Powder (2)
Lloyd's Talisman (4)
Alluring Skull (4)
Homeward Bone (5)
Prism Stone (50)
Binoculars (1)
Soul of a Lost Undead (8)
Large Soul of a Lost Undead (6)
Soul of a Nameless Soldier (3)
Large Soul of a Nameless Soldier (6)
Rubbish (1)
Copper Coin (1)
Darksign (1)
Titanite
Titanite Shard (2)
Large Titanite Shard (2)
Titanite Chunk (3)
Blue Titanite Chunk (1)
Twinkling Titanite (3)
Demon Titanite (1)
Keys & Tools
Large Ember (1)
Repairbox (1)
Weapon Smithbox (1)
Armor Smithbox (1)
Crest of Artorias (1)
Dungeon Cell Key (1)
Undead Asylum F2 East Key (1)
Big Pilgrim's Key (1)
Residence Key (1)
Mystery Key (1)
Basement Key (1)
Key to Depths (1)
Sewer Chamber Key (1)
Scrolls
Weapons & Shields
Bandit's Knife
Shortsword
Longsword+2
Broken Straight Sword
Straight Sword Hilt
Zweihander
Scimitar
Mail Breaker
Rapier
Battle Axe
Gargoyle Tail Axe
Greataxe
Morning Star+2
Spear
Winged Spear+4
Partizan
Halberd
Caestus
Longbow+2
Light Crossbow
Heavy Crossbow
Sorcerer's Catalyst
Talisman
Caduceus Round Shield
Cracked Round Shield
Leather Shield
Buckler
Target Shield
Wooden Shield
Hollow Soldier Shield
Knight Shield
Balder Shield
Grass Crest Shield+3
Black Knight Shield
Bolts & Arrows
Wood Bolt (50)
Heavy Bolt (11)
Standard Arrow (62)
Fire Arrow (47)
Armors
Elite Knight Helm
Elite Knight Armor
Elite Knight Gauntlets
Elite Knight Leggings
Wanderer Hood
Wanderer Coat
Wanderer Manchette
Wanderer Boots
Thief Mask
Black Leather Armor
Black Leather Gloves
Black Leather Boots
Leather Armor
Leather Gloves
Leather Boots
Sorcerer Hat
Sorcerer Cloak
Sorcerer Gauntlets
Sorcerer Boots
Eastern Helm
Eastern Armor
Eastern Gauntlets
Eastern Leggings
Hollow Warrior Helm
Hollow Warrior Armor
Hollow Warrior Waistcloth
Hollow Soldier Helm
Hollow Soldier Armor
Hollow Soldier Waistcloth
Balder Helm
Balder Armor
Balder Gauntlets
Hollow Thief's Hood
Hollow Thief's Leather Armor
Hollow Thief's Tights
Rings
Tiny Being's Ring
Blue Tearstone Ring
Ring of the Evil Eye

OP updated with current equipment, as well.


 
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eye of death <3


 
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eye of death <3
Probably the scummiest item I've ever seen, judging by its description.


 
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eye of death <3
Probably the scummiest item I've ever seen, judging by its description.
literally the best thing in the game

and you need to be part of the cool club to use it


 
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eye of death <3
Probably the scummiest item I've ever seen, judging by its description.
literally the worst thing in the game

and you need to be part of the cunt club to use it
ah


 
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eye of death <3
Probably the scummiest item I've ever seen, judging by its description.
literally the worst thing in the game

and you need to be part of the cunt club to use it
ah
you've yet to understand the joy of breaking another persons game


 
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Mostly because there's no joy in that.

Anyway, I'm finally beginning to have a grasp of what kind of build I want to have, I think. I'm focusing on vitality, endurance, strength, and dexterity--though, I feel as though I'm gonna have to pick between strength and dexterity at some point.