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By Anonymous
#16371118
Just here to show my appreciation for Laddersmith Gilligan. I'm surprised that I was the first person to comment on his fextralife page.
His ladders are definitely useful but once I get those I actually buy resins from him a lot (with leftover souls).
By Anonymous
#16371777
Nice daddy, love his accent!
By Anonymous
#16373316
Lol honestly I bought as much as I could from him talked, talked talked and then killed him.... Greedy bastard... Death was too kind of a gift for him
By Anonymous
#16378061
How dare you harm ladderbro! *equips +5 Demon's Greathammer* Prepare to be pancaked to death.
By Anonymous
#16389062
Don’t think this is lore accurate. The way I remember it, gilligan died the second he asked me for more than 5000 souls for a ladder. So why is he in the profaned capitol?
By Anonymous
#16395612
Honestly, I wouldn't kill Gilligan or any NPC in general because the ladders he places really do help when navigating to the Gutter since it's only possible to get there with silvercat ring, other fall damage reduction items and spells, or tanking, usually a mix. The ladders just help with making the journey less dangerous. Also, Gilligan sells bleed effect items which can really help if you need a quick guard punisher or 200 damage to a foe. So yeah, don't kill him even if he sounds like a douche and has rip-off prices, they won't matter as much if you use the Covenant of Champions or are in mid to late-game.
By Anonymous
#16408734
this guy reminds me of Bo' Rai Cho from Mortal Kombat XD
By Anonymous
#16412095
Possibly inspired by Fred Dibnah
By Black_Iron_Bob
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#16769399
That's kind of cool, even though it's definitely a bit of an obscure inspiration for an npc.
By Anonymous
#16662834
This idiot wasn't on the ledge and I didn't even beat the boss yet. Hope he jumped off, time-wasting prick.
By Anonymous
#16791129
Look in Majula, I had the same problem and he was there, next to the pit
By Anonymous
#16673200
just parry riposte him to get down the time investment is worth it in comparison to his overpriced ladders