Ok, as much of a*****as this guy is, I pity him, as when you kill him, you not only end an entire life's work to find an eldritch truth, all his work and knowledge, all for nothing. To add insult to injury, he will be waking up in a dead body- so he will be dead for good, unable to try again. But, I suppose this same logic can work for everything you kill in bloodborne. You end the lives of countless people, gods, and kin, and one of the best aspects of this game is the mixture of horror and sympathy at what you do, and questioning if it really is the right thing to do. It actually makes you think, and decide for yourself if you are the hero or villain, unlike most other games I have played, which forcefeed you whether or not you are the hero of the story. You just do what a hunter's job is, and aren't explicitly good or bad, just a person doing what they need to do. On one hand, you are saving innocent people from monsters roaming the streets. On the other, you are killing what used to be people, and are still somewhat human, and simply hunting the beasts doesn't solve anything, the scourge still transforms more people than you can kill, the church is still corrupt, and hunters still get drunk on blood.