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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by DxV04 on Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:44 am

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the gaping Dragon had a Channeler or two you could not reach, the fight would be cooler.
    Yes!

    Or if the dragon would roll on the ground after you cut its tail.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the Room in Nito's area was held by those skeleton beasts instead of puny and large skeletons, maybe.

    Actually IMO just remove the stupid stone in the middle and open it up like sif area. Nito would be a lot harder then. Its so easy to just run around the rock.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the Bed of Chaos wasn;t a *****, and instead you fought against something that didn;t look like an ocopus tree that cheats with the fire tempest when trying to reach the Witch, maybe.

    Someone suggested that chaos covenant members should have been summoned as a boss like the monk in demon souls.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If seath was helped by a Moonlight Butterfly, maybe
    and or ice golems.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the taurus demon had a narrower ledge, maybe
    I think what makes him easy is the fact that you can plunge attack him. Remove that and he becomes a lot harder. You can still get between his legs and wail away.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the Capra Demon had four dogs instead of two, or there were twin capras, maybe
    hmmmm how about, some buffed hollow thieves instead.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the Chaos Witch Spider was able to case a chaos firestorm or a chaos fireball instead of chaos vomit, maybe
    you really don't like her??? I think she if fine the way she is.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the gargoyles had all four of those statues, or multiple ones, attacking you, maybe

    Yes or at least have them both attack at once.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If Gwyn was supported by Black Knight phantoms, maybe
    By far the biggest disappointment IMO.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If Smough and Ornstein were given less pillars and room in the area, maybe
    I think they are fine the way the are.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the iron Giant was helped by something other than dumb clutsy legging, maybe
    Well if you don't kill the fire bomb thrower he makes it harder for sure.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the Ceasless Discharge did not have a gaping crater in which the player can hide in, maybe.

    Right on.!

    Acidic_Cook wrote: If the centipede Demon can cplit up and kill the player, maybe.

    It should be more aggressive with its grab attack. It should rush up on you and try to eat you. Not act like a mini ceaseless just throwing down his long arm.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If the butterfly in the forest was two and not one, maybe.
    Maybe have some stone golems in a wider bridge. That would be challenging.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If pinwheel duplicated into six-eight people at the start, maybe.

    Right on again! Not so hard to do FROM.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:if crossbreed had more movesets, maybe
    And more aggressive too. She is not pissed off enough once you hit her.

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If Gwyndolin's Spells were cast faster, and their was more variety, maybe
    And or give her a melee attack where instead of continually rushing away he/she what ever would change direction and warp up to the player and bash him and his phantoms. Now that would make you think twice about running full speed at it.


    Acidic_Cook wrote:Sadly, their isn't any change of movesets and events, and when players play dark souls over and over, the bosses begin to dwindle.

    That pretty much sums it up....good post Acidic.
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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by RaSoul on Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:14 am

    I would go for Pinwheel aswell. Those skelets on four legs causes more problem than this dude. The copy move is really cool, and his drop is cool but thats also it...


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Carphil on Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:35 pm

    Eliteknight wrote:So many people say Gwyn in the hardest boss if you can't parry? One question;

    WHY?

    I literally just 2 handed an ultra greatsword with sunlight blade buff and beat on him till he died chugging estus whenever my health got to low. only occasionally rolling to dodge the grab. He must have died in like 6 hits, basically no skill or strategy involved. :/

    Now try without poise, dex build


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Akatik on Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:43 pm

    Pinwheel and Nito are by far the easiest bosses I've come across. I don't think I took any damage from Pinwheel, and after I killed Nito's friends with my GSoA, I kited him around throwing lightning spears at him.

    But NG+, the asylum demon is dirt easy. I took him down without being hit. And I'm playing a fat rolling tank.


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by PastaOfDoom on Tue Feb 14, 2012 8:06 pm

    Seath, for me. Gigantic octopus crystallized dragon with no scales that can curse me, and I'm all like "dear god I'm screwed" then I learned his attack pattern, and stripped naked and beat him to death with a shield for the lols.
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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by PastaOfDoom on Tue Feb 14, 2012 8:09 pm

    Acidic_Cook wrote:If Smough and Ornstein were given less pillars and room in the area, maybe

    LOL that was a funny joke... Ornstein and Smough, made more difficult.

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    It wasn't a joke?

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    Can I borrow some of whatever you're smoking?

    *Edit* I swear to god if I have to edit this 1 more time to get the quote to work, I'm going to murder someone.


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Carphil on Tue Feb 14, 2012 8:11 pm

    In first playthrough without phantoms they are very very hard, but after that its easy


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by PastaOfDoom on Tue Feb 14, 2012 8:14 pm

    I know, but all the bosses get easier after 1st playthrough, it's just that Ornstein and Smough made more difficult on the first playthrough would make me want to shoot whoever's idea that was.

    Actually, if you remove pillars, I'd do better, to be honest, because I always DWGR + Havel's Ring + Havel's Set on my first playthrough to fight them, and the pillars just get in my way.

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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by User on Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:00 pm

    PastaOfDoom wrote:
    Acidic_Cook wrote:If Smough and Ornstein were given less pillars and room in the area, maybe

    LOL that was a funny joke... Ornstein and Smough, made more difficult.

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    It wasn't a joke?

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    Can I borrow some of whatever you're smoking?

    *Edit* I swear to god if I have to edit this 1 more time to get the quote to work, I'm going to murder someone.

    No. Smaller Room and removal of pillars will not make it easier. With no pillars able to use to hold off the golden boys, and the smaller area making you unable to run away with efficency, well... that makes the enemy harder, no?
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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by IceIfrit666 on Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:05 pm

    Bed of Chaos, WOW I WONDER IF I'LL KILL THE WITCH OF IZALITH, nope it's a tree.


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by deadagain on Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:26 pm

    ceaseless discharge- cool name, cool looking boss, way to easy to beat.


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Teh_hapy_octopus on Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:49 pm

    nito. when i was playing with my smough's hammer build i didn't roll and a bunch of the attacks went above my head


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Herbo on Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:54 pm

    IceIfrit666 wrote:Bed of Chaos, WOW I WONDER IF I'LL KILL THE WITCH OF IZALITH, nope it's a tree.
    HA! Well to be fair she was a turtle-bug-frog-tazmanian-devil controlling the tree like a big crappy mecha :-) If that isn't thrilling then maybe you aren't looking at it right silly


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Macvash on Wed Feb 15, 2012 3:01 am

    Taurus demon was way too easy. Just kept rolling between his legs. Didn't even need to do a plunging attack.
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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by Eliteknight on Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:28 pm

    Carphil wrote:
    Eliteknight wrote:So many people say Gwyn in the hardest boss if you can't parry? One question;

    WHY?

    I literally just 2 handed an ultra greatsword with sunlight blade buff and beat on him till he died chugging estus whenever my health got to low. only occasionally rolling to dodge the grab. He must have died in like 6 hits, basically no skill or strategy involved. :/

    Now try without poise, dex build

    I sure if I took of all my armor and used an estoc or something he gets a lot harder, but the last boss should challenge me without me having to gimp myself that much,


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    Re: most dissapointing boss

    Post by skarekrow13 on Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:42 pm

    Ceaseless Discharge sounds like a symptom from an STD/STI. He was the least disappointing for me as I was glad he turned out to be a lot different than his name suggests.


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