Those things are massively fun, I can tell ya that. Quite strong too, but other UGS’s are better. But that tends to be the case with paired weapons; weaker compared to others of their class, but MASSIVE combo potential.[quote=“Caira_Or_Riot, post:777, topic:82284”]
you’re gonna have fun with the boss in Irithyl. PTSD intensifies
Oh boy, still one of the only bosses I summon on. In NG, I can kinda manage him, but once I hit the NG+ and higher, I always summon Gotthard as a backup in case I need to heal and He won’t get off me ass.
But TBH @Maximumlimit15, you’ve made it this far, but there’s plenty of tough bosses ahead: I won’t spoil any names and areas, but to name a few that gave me the most trouble (obviously, your experience may differ):
-The boss after killing 3 lords of cinder.
-The last boss in the first of the optional areas in the main game (he’ll be a familiair face, but don’t be fooled)
-The last boss in the second optional area in the main game (considered the hardest bosses in the base game by many)
-The non-optional/final bossfight of the first DLC, Ashes or Ariandel
-The first boss of the second DLC, The ringed city
-Either the second, third or forth boss of the second DLC, the ringed city (this boss is optional, and you might miss him, but since he’s optional, you can choose when to fight him. If you fight him as soon as possible, it will probably be your second boss). Considered by many to be one of, if not the hardest boss in the entire game
-The final boss of the second DLC, the ringed city. The final boss of all of dark souls