Creator of the comment here. I see a lot of you disagree, but I urge you to read the subtext baked into every aspect of this game. As for the greater confusion, this is because I did not consider looking at the achievements. After looking, I can safely say their accuracy cannot be trusted. Going from the top: You "are" the Moon Presence. Sure you are a "new" old one, but you're not really a "new" old one. It is simply part of a cycle of infinite rebirth, which is referenced heavily in the DLC. The achievements don't matter as that is often lost in translation or created after the completion of the game. That depends from game to game of course, but most devs don't seem to care to much about them. As for Amygdala, honestly maybe. The fact that it is never called a great one in the game makes me believe it is simply not one. Only the leader developers could answer that question since not enough it known from the game. I am not a moron who can’t read. Even beyond the more questionable ones like Amygdala, the Celestial Emissary and Mergo’s Wet Nurse bosses are most definitely not Great Ones, so the page is wrong either way. Oedon is a great one yeah, forgot about that one (for obvious reasons). Again, with the Amygdala stuff, I just don’t know. As for Amygdala, I now see where the confusion is coming from, that being the achievements, which I never even thought to look at or acknowledge. Now that I know that, I can safely say that the achievements cannot be trusted since the achievements list Mergo’s Wet Nurse and Celestial Emissary as Great Ones. Celestial Emissary is simply failures that attempted to become great ones (impossible through those methods). Mergo’s Wet Nurse is a true kin, not a Great One. Going off of that, it can be assumed that the rest of the trophy entries cannot be trusted for their accuracy, so I stand by my opinion that Amygdala is not a Great One. As for “making up my mind” I stated that Abrrietas is indeed a Great One. Abrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos (the boss), is a true kin, much like the “dream of Rom” is not really Rom. I never mentioned the bloodletting beast as a Great One. The blood is the key there, and is exactly why I called whatever that is the “nameless vileblood source”. The cutscene at the beginning of the game is indeed metaphorical, but so is this entire genre. The “beast scourge” as you call it is of course directly correlated with some Great One, as everything in Bloodborne is.