- Tue Aug 04, 2020 1:56 am #16242005
you have to get the earthen peak treasure in order to get new dialogue from pate, then he will move to tseldora and fight with creighton, otherwise, treasure rute it's simple, from the place that pete stands, take the stairs and go up , turn right, and you'll see a bridge, on the right there's a wooden fence, break it, drop down, boom, you are at the other side of the door, there's a small hallway, go there and open the treasure to get 10 heavy soul arrows, go back, open the door and talk to pate, exhaust the dialogue and you can get these, beware, in the room there are 2 chest, the wood chest is a trap, the metal one gots the engraved gaunlets, it doesn't matter who you kill, you will get the key anyway
- Sun May 24, 2020 12:30 pm #16217368
It is actually possible to miss the chance at the key for the door. How exactly is as follows; You let Creighton and Pete fight WITHOUT intervening on one or the others behalf at their climax. If you then go talk to the victor you will only be offered generic dialogue and no reward. Go figure huh. Also as a side note - You gain Sin by letting this happen. Not that it's a big deal as if you followed through with the quest line...you intended to kill one or the other.
- Thu May 28, 2020 3:21 am #16218732
I never found these notably useful, most enemies die quickly anyway and bosses are a matter of pattern recognition and timing, crits arent very helpful, but poise sure is. These have no poise. Back to forlorn gloves
- Sun Sep 13, 2020 8:54 am #16256484
I'm so conflicted with these. The defense to weight ratio is really bad, but I plan to start using a twinblade and my friends have said I would be crazy not to use these with it. I'm only mainly playing PvE, and the Red Iron TB already does insane amounts of damage faith infused with lightning. Decisions Decisions.