- Fri Mar 25, 2016 1:47 pm #15748062
you must defeat the abyss watchers and go past that area. Once through there you will have to make it though sen's catacombs and defeat that boss, after that you will make it to a new area that needs the small doll that you received from the deacons of the deep
- Sun Jun 04, 2017 11:39 pm #15949327
Cathedral of the Deep is a dead end. Road of Sacrifices swamp area with the crabs... behind that is an archway with two exile warriors, get past them and go down the ladder... Farrons Keep Swamp is the next area... depending how the players explore the RoS swamp some might visit and complete Farron Keep Swamp first before actually fighting the Crystal Sage and then visiting Cathedral. I guess Crystal Sage is the boss for RoS... But you can actually get invaded, so it's great for PvP play
- Tue Mar 29, 2016 3:18 pm #15748881
Right now it is called Lothric, and it also was called Drangleic, and Lordran. Lothric is just the civilization that currently resides in this spot. AnorLondo hasn't gone anywhere.
- Fri Apr 15, 2016 7:15 am #15748884
Whoever says things are rehashed forgets the fact the continent constantly goes through rebirth. There are references to Dark Souls 2 here there, the the giant tree that gives a seed later in the game being one.
- Fri Apr 01, 2016 2:32 am #15748885
I do not like how much is rehashed from Dark Souls; Andre, Firelink Shrine, Anor Londo, Kiln of the First Flame, etc... What angers me even more is that Dark Souls 2 plays no role in Dark Souls 3. It is like it didn't exist; maybe I would've been more open to rehashing if Dark Souls 2 did that, but right now it feels like Dark Souls 2 is the black sheep standalone.
- Sun Apr 17, 2016 3:36 pm #15748886
Remember what Solaire said. Time is always shifting in Dark Souls, heroes centuries old passing in and out. The game also says this in the intro cut-scene that the lands of lords (Anor Londo, The Profaned Capital, etc) converge on Lothric. Think of the world of Dark Souls 3 like the dream in Bloodborne, or like a type of warping of time and space. These ancient locations have traveled through time to be here much in the same way we see npcs and players entering our world from theirs.
- Tue Apr 19, 2016 2:25 pm #15748888
Each game is built upon the previous. We're technically in the same world the whole time. Anor Londo is from the first game and they built another kingdom on top of it, and another kingdom on top of the one they built on top of Anor Londo. It just goes on and on, each time you link the fire.
- Sun Apr 10, 2016 5:04 pm #15748889
@ 18.104.22.168Dark Souls II was not as well-recieved as the original game, nor was it developed by Hidetaka Miyazaki like the first and third games were, so it stands to reason that it's viewed as a bit of a black sheep and that there wouldn't be as many references to it as there are to the first game. However, there are a number of references, like the Lucatiel's greatsword and the petrified giants outside Firelink Shrine. They're just not as obvious or direct as the references to the first game.
- Tue Apr 19, 2016 11:39 pm #15751114
Have you looked around Firelink? She moves about a bit - I think I've seen her in 3 different locations so far (though that might have been 2 from different angles XD)
- Tue Apr 19, 2016 7:59 am #15764679
Who else is still enjoying Lothric,15 game play hours later?? This is my first play of the DS games and I'm just taking my time, learning the ropes and strategy. And dying plenty of times. Am I alone?
- Wed Apr 27, 2016 5:30 am #15764682
around 30hours and cleared everything, every secret location and boss, every titanite slab. All questlines. The only thing that I skipped was leveling through the covenants.
- Tue Apr 19, 2016 8:10 am #15764684
Not at all, my friend. I've played and completed all the "souls" games and 17 hours in, I've only reached Farron Keep. Have fun with the game and don't rush yourself.