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Hello. Not sure if it's a miniboss or what it's going to be, but it's supposed to be a "miniboss" in a very snowy area with two wolves as a boss. Does anyone know where it is? or how to get there? Can't seem to find it on the list... My imidiate thought was the painted world of Ariandel...
And no I'm not thinking of the Champion
You may be thinking of DS2 DLC.
im pretty sure its a miniboss in the painted world of ariandel.
The crystal sage can be parried. Its rapier melee is parriable and so is the crystal soul spear, floating crystal ball, and crystal homing soul masses with a magic parry shield.
Check out the series 'Intelligence kills' in which all 25 bosses are beaten by pure magic build (just google Intelligence kills + boss' name)
I just beat the game, it's not as hard as people make it out to be lol... Yhorm nailed me once (as i went to heal) so he took two tries, Dancer took 2, Dragonslayer Armor took two (cause I backrolled off the bridge >.<), and NAmeless King took 2 tries only cause I rushed it a little. Other then that, killed every boss on the first try... then again I spent 5 days farming the ascended knights once I got up there for more levels (instead of playing the game over and over and over, and I followed the guide to get the Usurp ending the first time). Vgr 40, Att 26, End 36, Vit 80, Str 50, Dex 50, Int 40, Fth 25, Luck 10... But I had already killed everything before the twin princes before I even started soul farming (with every item including mendicant staff). And I suck at parrying so much I dont' even use a shield for that anymore. I use one with weapon skill. I don't get why people compare every game to this when it comes to difficulty. I've played harder games lol... well... time for the dlc.
Same person here, I should clarify I killed every boss ON that list except the twin princes then the Soul of Cinder final boss before I started soul farming... so even the nameless king took two tries before i really leveled. Str was at 40, dex 25, Vit 50 i think, vgr was 30, hadn't even leveled INT past 10 for more of a buff when I case weapon buffs like magic weapon (or if I want to paly around as a mage)... Also keep in mind there's two places early and mid game to lvl some kind of easy, so ya I was a little leveled... but not as much as in my OP before the twin princes and Cinder. Started game as a knight, kinda ended as a warrior mage knight lol...
wow aren't you cool
you simply grinded your way throught the entire game as it seems. try a low level run next and see if the difficulty spikes a little ;)
Are you done stroking your di.... ego?
I do agree it's odd that people compare difficult games to DS. Not because the series isn't difficult, but it's hardly the first game with boss based progression. I would argue that Dark Souls is just a 3D version of original 2D Castlevania games. That opinion being said, farming souls to level oneself before a boss is a much different approach than 0 hitting the entire game in one sitting with SL1. So yeah, the game can be "easy," but it's undeniably unforgiving.
You know it’s not like ds3 was made easier for casuals. So don’t be coming in the comments saying you beat most of the bosses on your first try. Now if you played ds1 then you would complaining and complaining about how you’re die to everything unless if you go on YouTube and search up op builds like a casual
Dark Souls 1 boss with multiple stages: 3ish Dark Souls 3 boss: All but 3ish Am I the only one who finds every boss having a second stage annoying and a repeatitive theme?
I didn't knew that freide was in ashes of ariandel. I'm stupid :D
I am facing Darkeater Midir for the first time on my first playthrough. My character is a Pyro character and the three damage types I have are dark, fire, and magic. Those just happen to be Midir's three resistances. I keep trying but I don't seem to be dealing any damage. Now I was thinking of using a lightning Astora Greatsword for the boss because of its S scaling in faith and because Midir is weak to lightning. My current stats are at 24 Str, 22 Dex, 40 Int, and 40 Fth. Will those stats as well as a +9 lightning Astora Greatsword do good damage?
I fought him and my second and I ended up beating him but I used that for a time fighting him, but your best bet is to learn how to dodge of his attacks perfectly, and get a 1 maybe two attacks in and repeat , make sure to have good health and stamina, and watch out for his AoEs also since your int is at 40 you can also buy this sorcery called pestilent mist I believe from the teacher you find at The Road of Sacrifices, if you have given him at least one scroll, the mist does damage to anything it touches including yourself but also increases in damage the higher the health pool(Which is why it's very affective against Midir) I hope this helps. Happy soulin!