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Havel, weapon
Havel is an illusion of Darksun Gynevare's powerful sorceries. Learn your lore, moron.
And Big-Hand Logan, the last boss.
i have the Prepare to die edition (with no patch) and the dagger it's not enchantable.
The dagger is not enchantable
You don’t say. It’s a dragon weapon.

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Stupid reason to be unbuffable. Dragon Bone Fist, Obsidian GS and Dragonking GA can all be buffed despite being dragon weapons.

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Oh and the Dragon Tooth can also be buffed.
Why the down votes? It's a legitimate complaint. "It's a dragon weapon" isn't a good reason why it shouldn't be, especially when compared to the other weapons listed here and the fact that it has no inherent magic powers. Bleeding isn't magic, and that's still a bad reason, because other bleed weapons are enchantable. "But it's lifehunt bleed," you protest? Then there should be a miracle called "Lifehunt" to expand and explain the magic's benefit and premises rather than arbitrarily confine it to said dagger and scythe with no real reason. And, no, there's no magic in a unique attack pattern. The game is riddled with development inconsistencies and poor design choice.
Does it also benefit in damage from humanity aquirement as well?
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Nope...those are only Chaos Weapons
The Priscilla's Dagger has the highest Bleed Damage of all the bleeding Weapons
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sidney the lifehunt has the highest plus dagger is slow
Anyone else wish it was a bit bigger? It has nice little details on it but you can barely see them. Also it'd look better as a sword imo.
I mean her tail is much smaller compared to the other tail weapon enemies
It's practically a shortsword. It just confines to a dagger's properties, which are dumbed down because it is longer. So, as far as utility is concerned, its length is above average for its class and perfectly fine. As a bias, though, shortsword was my first choice weapon, so I'm used to it.

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Should be noted that though this weapon does 500 Aux, it has one of the slowest Build-ups in the game. (20ish per hit) Occult Modifier is nice but wont see much use past Anor Londo coupled with 100 Crit makes this Dagger underwelming. Velkas Rapier has Int Scaling with it's Mod and is a decent Dex weapon. There's better Bleed options like Gold Tracer (Curved Sword) with 50bu for 30% and Dark Silver Tracer is Dex based with highest Crit modifier in the game. Pris's Dagger 2H Strong is pretty though, guess that's something. Sorry, Priscilla! You're still a cutie who didn't deserve to be alone.
It is a DRAGON TAIL WEAPON you CANNOT get an occult mod on it.
It has an inherent occult modifier, probably because of Priscilla's nature as an abomination. Don't believe me, check under where its bleed effect is listed, dark circle shows occult.
She wasnt technically alone. In the Japanese text, Seath actually became a "consort kin" instead of a duke, and then we see the appearance of Yorshka in ds3, who was a halfbreed and a younger brother of Gwyndolin. So...yall know what happened back in the painting world.
wait, my apology. Seath became both a duke and a consort kin in the Japanese text. I misread it.
Is it possible to build up other creatures' bleed meter with, say, the Gold Tracer or Iaito, and then trigger the bleed effect with this for higher damage, or is it considered a different "type" of bleed since it has a different Aux effect?
you totally can the only thing that matters is what weapon you use to fill the enemies bleed bar all the way so the last hit that damages you and fills the bleed bar is what calculates the damage but peoples bleed resistances will vary widely if someone is naked theyll bleed in two hits from basically anything but if they have armor with good bleed resistance / slap a bloodbite ring on to counter you then youre pretty boned and youll have no idea how full their bleed is and when you think it can only be a hit or two away when its actually empty
Tbh if you have Uchigatana, just keep using it, it has better range, damage, and the bleeding effect (even if to a weaker extent), not only that, but uses the slash/thrust move-set. The weapon as whole is just underwhelming as a whole, if you still want to have a weapon similar to this, Just grab your Uchigatana (or any similar weapon), upgrade it so that it’s occult, and bam, you have an overall better version of this dagger. Only try to use it if you have a high dex build, because DANG THE DEX SCALING is GOOD (I wasn’t trying to tear into people who use the dagger, just trying give a disclaimer)
Opinions are nice, but this comparison is kind of odd. You're comparing two entirely different weapon classes with entirely different movesets. Yes, the Uchigatana has better range, damage and bleed build up... because it's a katana. Pricilla's Dagger is a DAGGER. It compensates its lesser range and damage with far superior speed and an entirely unique multi-hitting R2 moveset, as well as a significantly more damaging bleed proc. Furthermore, pretty much everyone who's ever played Dark Souls has probably used an Uchi at some point, but far less people have used Pricilla's, and it's definitely worth trying out. So it really comes down to this: do you want to have another generic Dex Dark Souls run? Or do you want to actually have fun trying something different and fun?