- Mon Aug 29, 2016 1:01 am #15845753
I have a big time deciding... I really want Eleum Loyce, but I get like 0.25 Loyce Soul per fight, and I do have Prisoner taters and Symbol of Avarice equipped, + Covetous Gold Ring +2... and I use rusted coins... so... what will happen in NG+ if I kill her?
- Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:54 am #15908588
Once you get a lot of the Charred Lloyce Knight's equipment (weapon, shield and armor) they will stop dropping it and will only drop the Souls. So try to farm as much as you can and once they start dropping the souls use Rusted Coins. It will go swiftly after that, but still, about 50 fights is minimum.
- Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:33 pm #16183741
So I think I managed to soft-lock her, as far as the Loyce Knight Souls go. I gathered the four knights, and then went to fight the Ivory King. I never talked to her in-between. Now, whenever I speak to her, she mentions the knights that fell into the chaos. Have I missed something, or have I messed up?
- Mon Aug 10, 2020 9:27 am #16244236
I think I bugged her out. I did the fight before getting all 4 knights, only the one that is there when you decide to go down is there, and I beat the Burnt Ivory King. She then told me to free the knights, I did, but she keeps telling me to free the knights, I think I broke her. I do have a bow, but I'm unsure if killing her without access to her (Either side of the stairway is blocked off with ice) will grant me her soul. Any advice?
- Sat Jan 30, 2021 4:55 pm #16304189
I actually really like alsanna since she doesnt seem to be driven by the darkness the way nashandra and nelana were. She actually struggles with her destiny and the way the ivory king trusted in her was really romantic.
- Wed Apr 21, 2021 12:24 pm #16333280
"Dark" in Dark Souls can also embody love and loneliness. That's why humans are regarded as foolish, following their emotions and leading their kingdoms to ruin, as is the case here. But it makes you question, what's the point in a kingdom without love?
- Thu May 11, 2023 2:44 am #16874945
I think in a way her clinging to the Ivory king and his courage allowed her to face her fears and stand vigil against the chaos. Taking up her lord's duty in his name. She's far more courageous than she even realizes and I think the ivory king would have been proud.