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sab about this 3 gods,how they fallen?
I believe that they fell as a result of the hideous acts done in their names. The king fell because of the ignobiloty of the rulers of the world. The knight fell because man lost his valor when firearms were invented, and the judge fell because of the injustice of the red hall.
They were mortals. Might have been powerful, but still a human being. It wouldn't be so surprising if Nameless God somehow drew them into his island and defeated them, making them his pawn as a result.
First; equip holy resistant armor, predator armor works. Second: your first loadout should be a greatsword (Caserjaw great sword works well.) and the arcane damage charm. Relentlessly assault the judge. The other two should leap at you when you walk in, giving you time to blitz her down. After this, switch to layout two: Great Hammer and Impen Charm. Depending on your luck and spacing, the two remaining will either both leap at you at once, allowing you to hit both. That can be baited out by running away. If that doesn't work, simply just get one hit in and dodge the other.
I have a theory about this boss.
It is that the reason why they are forgotten is not because people don't believe in them (we can tell from dialogue and other boss descriptions that it is a well followed religion) it is because these are the people the religion is based on. As in the religion has grandized their lives and created so many stories about them that people have forgotten that they were real people, which is why we find them in such a state and so ungodly as they were never gods to begin with just people who other people believed were gods
Or that they were drawn in by the power of the current nameless god in his desire of everything. One of the NPC you find in the Ziggurate of Dust states that this island seems to house a lot of ancient ruins and such and the scarecrow (the nameless god) states that he has claimed countless things such as kingdoms and things alike. It is very likely that the Nameless God was powerful enough to draw in the religious figures of The Three and trapped them on the island.
I did not expect to encounter these guys but I was surprised they were easy to kill - the king the easiest to kill he took like 6 hit from my holy enhanced greathammer, next the knight since he overshots himself by jumping and had to keep chasing him, next in the jugde who has surprising resistance to blunt or maybe physical damage since he take 1/3 of the damage I deal on the knight.
Im on NG+2 and never knew this boss existed