Finally beat Gael!!! oh and fuck midir lolhidden wall before the pvp boss (and obviously therefore before gael)
go down the path from the pvp boss, the one you originally came up -- go into that first room w/the fountain.. there's a hidden wall.. it has an elevator. if you ride the elevator all the way up, you can unlock the gate by the "ringed inner city" bonfire (think that's the name of the bonfire) -- and then go back down the elevator and walk off halfway down (the usual elevator hidden path thing) -- and there's a ladder that takes you down to an altar... then drop down to fight (and get your butt kicked) by darkeater midir
i expect a report
Brah I haven't even beat him as a dragon on the bridge his life bar is massive. fuck that boss optional anyway, I'm done with dark soulsAwesome gj
How many times did you try midir? I fuckin hate him so much. Spins out of the range of everything, such random behavior, hits so hard
No I don't use spells or arrows so not sure how I can kill him on the bridge
Went there couldn't go through fogwall, someone else told me have to kill dragon?you don't fight him on the bridge, read my post a couple posts up
it'll take you 5 mins to get there and you'll loot some stuff you haven't seen before
you owe it to yourself to at least fight him once, see the biggest/baddest boss in dark souls history
Went there couldn't go through fogwall, someone else told me have to kill dragon?
What's your favs?
Don't know any of those.Lords of waterdeep is our personal favorite amongst a couple of us.. it's worker placement, not terribly complex.. but I've played 50+ games, easily.
We've been into dead of winter lately. Very fun game. Tons of laughs.
Spartacus whenever I get together with my boys in jersey (every few months)... Great game.
I love stuff like fury of Dracula but have only ever gotten to play it once irl.. plenty of play on tabletop simulator, tho.
i've been trying, myself
most of my gaming time has been replaying bloodborne and dark souls and stuff w/a buddy
i played 120+ hours of witcher 3 on my gog account and stopped just before the ending.. but i got it again on steam cause i don't feel like running GOG & i'm pretty far into skellige right now on my 2nd playthru.. it's just so goddamned great.. just love the world, love the characters (besides dandelion). wish there was more sigi reuven... he's like my fave.
iorveth was so fuckin cool in witcher 2.. i don't get why no iorveth in witcher 3.. we get some vernan roche stuff but no iorveth.. it's weak!
p.s. don't tell me if he appears in either of the witcher 3 dlc's (iorveth) -- i wanna be surprised if he does
I'm not too deep into the main story on Blood & Wine (been doing all the side shit) but I must say it is probably my favorite non-main-story part of the game so far. Enemies can actually be a little challenging, the setting is gorgeous (definitely the best landscape I think), the Tousseant (sp?) palace is dope, etc. - - I'd say its worth it if you enjoyed the earlier parts of the game. There are some cool twists in the gameplay.