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For everyone wondering what this portrays/ who do you cosplay with it. The Description tells that the Knights wearing this armor were a company dispatched by an old King. The Design of the armor is has the same defining Details as the Ivory Knights, of the Ivory King in Dark Souls 2. Hinting that they were dispatched by him. "Inspiring the aspect of certain golems in whom their name lived on" , through this Description we also get a hint at the Art of "Golem-crafting" which was a trait performed by the Ivory King, much like the Iron King crafted the "Smelter Demon", which is just a golem if you break it down - the name "Smelter DEMON" just is named that way since he is born of flames much like the Demons of Izalith were.
The ivory king never crafted golems; that was Vendrik. This guys resemeble the Ruin Sentinels of DS2, who appear in the Lost Bastille and Drangleic Castle.
are you stupid or what this is clearly the set of the ruin sentinels from ds2
Ah this *****in boss I Hated it
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it's weird, the golems in DS2 that represent the Ruin knights that went to the ringed city but never came back, so is Drangleic set in the future or past? How have the Ruin Knights made it to the Ringed City, if DS2 is set in the past, how are there the Ruin Sentinels / golems in Lost Bastille?
The Ringed City has been in that spot since the Age of the Gods, and Drangleic is set up around a few thousand years later.The Ruin Sentinels are in Lost Bastille because they were used as jailers, making sure no Undead escaped, much like the stray demons from DS1.

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No Ruin hammer or shield. Again.