Sister Freide and Father Ariandel. The second form was expected, but the third is what really puts you in your place
@Dr Grimmwell, that's one of those, bring 3 people to just distract the other boss so you can actually do something kind of bosses.
@Dr Grimmwell, the first time I play, I do it without summons, even npc, so I didn't use gael. By the time I FINALLY beat the second stage, and got a titanite slab I was happy... And then dialogue... And I knew I was fvcked.
@Duncan5769, I did the very same. I never use summons, I have a particular dislike for them. It just doesn't have the same feel as finally soloing that insanely difficult boss. It wasn't anyone else... just you. That being said, Code Vein is... easier than I am making it for myself
@Dr Grimmwell, I will take summons sometimes on subsequent playthroughs, but for easier bosses, or bosses I don't like, just so I can get to the good ones to solo again. *Winks at Darkeater Midir*
@guardian Ape. I beheaded that monster and he still came back for more
Isshin the Sword Saint
I’m gonna go with Absolute Radiance. Those jumps up to the top part and the top part combined was hell
@WickedStyx, if we are talking the worst that hollow knight can offer then markoth on radiant mode takes the cake
@YEETAL, idk man it took me quite a long time to beat pure vessel and nightmare king grimm (although they’re really only hard because of their speed)
@WickedStyx, I found markoth harder cos nkg and pure vessel are hard but Fair, markoth can just spawn a spear on you and kill you instantly
When the story line has you lose. But you don’t know that. So you keep trying and trying. Using up all of your equipment only for you to lose anyways and then find out you were suppose to.
Final boss on ninja gaiden 3 can suck a fat one
Perfectly captures the feeling while fighting the final boss in Star Fox 64.
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