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Chances are, his son is long dead and he has gone mad from grieve, searching for a way to bring him, sad guy, dead guy.
He's patrolling near the temple and the monks, which could possibly signify his pursuit of enlightenment after the grief of losing his son.
Could it be the sound of his son's fireworks put him in such grief he would just pause after using the fireworks prosthetic tool on him? It is stated that fireworks works only well on beasts and he's not one.


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If only he had equipped the silvercat ring. He would've been impossible
"While the player can still die from sufficient heights, they will otherwise take no fall damage"
I get the feeling this was the hint character. DS1 had Chester, Bloodborne had Yamamura, and this game has an out of place knight; possibly in reference to Elden Ring? We'll just have to wait and see!