Gotta love them ghosties
I think it's fair to say this is the progression of pretty much every souls-like game.
@Your Waifu, that's why ds2 my personal favorite. After your 8th playthrough you just parry the world.
@voided sanity, I'm personally more of a Bloodborne fan, but I perfectly understand the feeling. Going from some random guy who dies if an enemy even looks at them funny to an avatar of death who kills everything without getting hit once is an indescribably cathartic feeling.
@Your Waifu, oh yeah. Like when you do the dance of death with the orphan of kos. Or parry father guacamole into a early Grave
@voided sanity, Gehrman and Maria are my favorite bosses to do this against, because it's so satisfying to style on the two hunters who are canonically the strongest. Plus they're just fun bosses in general.
@Your Waifu, the hunter bosses are definitely more satisfying. But finally taking down Ludwig and the orphan of kos it feels like throwing a huge weight off your shoulders.
@voided sanity, those are fantastic fights too, and Ludwig always feels extra good to beat for me since my main weapon in most souls games ends up being the moonlight greatsword, which means on every repeat playthrough I end up killing him with his own weapon.
@Your Waifu, honestly I bet that's how he'd want to go.
@Your Waifu, when I went down there I still had no idea how hurt those things but when I got to the four kings I killed them easily enchanted Zweihander barely even gave them a chance to attack
I'm playing dark souls remastered for the first time right now, I just put ceaseless discharge down. I still have no idea what's going on in this game
@KushAndAnarchy, first you attack. Then you roll. Repeat until end credits
Or when your full stats and still get hit by that random ambush you should have fūcking memorized by that point
Praise the Sun
Is that J-Hope? Cause he doesn't look like Ryan LOL