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By Anonymous
#16729240
"Weak to phy (thrust)" "Attacks to the head"
By Anonymous
#16781059
Uh oh...
By Anonymous
#16729236
Demi Human ashes at night. Huge help. They did their normal run around and attack everything in sight, the benefit was they took care of the sheep in a few seconds and started distracting the dragon. Allowing me to concentrate on just what I needed to, the dragon.
By Anonymous
#16727594
Donkey, "Why of course you're a girl dragon."
By Anonymous
#16723834
Just had her appear at Rampartside the first time I went to Altus Plateau. Seems she can appear here first.
By Anonymous
#16726980
Abandoned Coffin appearance is optional. The real fight is at the rampartside.
By Anonymous
#16720315
Sister of crossbreed Priscilla* sorry fromsoftware you wrote your own lore wrong, praise the fluffy tail dragon girl!
By Anonymous
#16720656
Lansseax isn't even a crossbreed. She's just a dragon.
By Anonymous
#16718299
Vyke had a dragon gf this is canon
By Evarika
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#16717963
She moved at around 90% health for me, presumably for the same reason that Gurranq de-aggroed for me at around 95% health.
By Anonymous
#16717803
why is the camera so garbage for this fight
By Anonymous
#16717663
awful fight, another artificially difficult boss only because of the **** camera and is too high on its feet to fit in the screen, meaning the only reliable target to attack with a melee weapon is the feet, but it also moves a lot so it's not that easy
now imagine the pain trying to fight it with a short range melee weapon such as ceastus...
also **** the goats
By Anonymous
#16719497
If only you had dozens and dozens of other weapons and spells to choose from....
By Anonymous
#16729725
Why would you fight it with a caestus in the first place?
By Anonymous
#16717650
what's going on with this game's dragon names? so many sex jokes possible
By Anonymous
#16743305
Latin-inspired naming convention for dragons has been used accross high fantasy and Martin used it too.
By Anonymous
#16781502
Only it's not Latin, it's Old English. Lansseax means "long knife".
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