Spot the Dark Souls player.
@Xandie, Alternative title. Spot the switch axe player.
*Documentary voice* And here we see an adolescent member of the Souls series; a most peculiar and proud species to be certain. This one seems to be testing out it’s roll ability compared to it’s running speed to find out if there is any advantage to be had in combat. Considering the way it moves ahead of it’s companion however, it likely isn’t properly observing it’s environment and, as a result, will likely go hollow before reaching adulthood. As is the natural order, the rule of this species is: Get Gud or Get Gutted.
@Lord Wivern, totally read that in David Attenborough’s voice and it was amazing
@Lord Wivern, my coworker has been talking to me about nothing but DS lately. He brags about how much armor he wears. Obviously he doesn't know the rules.
@A Math Dealer, I finished ds1 not too long ago and I barely touched armor for about 95% of the game. (My friend was being a pain about having played it first so I one-upped him by going in naked. I did throw on Havel’s armor for Gwyn though)
@Lord Wivern, I go for style points. That way I learn how to play it without needing tons of armor.
@Reedmg, same here
They see me rollin'
If you make the rolling speed faster than the normal movement speed then they see me rollin, they hatin
I don’t remember that being an option on the crosswalk sign
Spams A button "HYAH HYEAH HEYA HUP"
@LilPuppyOfDOOM , when you play the Zelda virtual reality game for too long.
When your in a boss fight but you lose your lock on and lose track of where the boss is.
Send in the droidekas !
"Does the rolling really help?"
That is NOT what the illuminated picture of the crossing person looks like, asshole.
This old man...
The other person is like, "Why are people like this?"
Walk and roll