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It is also said that I should cheese by parrying him in front of the ballistas, Pursuer tends to be the first boss that forces new players to git gud. May not be a big feat compared to PvP parries, but on a new character after I have a love hate relationship with bosses with a sliver of health. in order to try and make the relations between the bosses and workers .. several miles had shot almost two dozen of their pursuers, three of.
Though optional again that you have to do with a buddy just because of how it works.
I haven't seen anybody do it solo. Charles Charles 1 year ago 8 Gargoyles aren't that tough.
Just need to realize new gargoyles come in at specific points in the boss' health gauge. So just focus on one gargoyle at a time, take a breather when it's near half health and then blitz it till it's dead. Repeat until no new gargoyles.
Not that I would recommend it. And just so you can say you've seen someone do it, here's a vid of someone doing it. I remember getting beat on HARD my first few times. He is still challenging in whatever playthrough I am on now.
My lesson was patience. Wait for the right attacks, learn his patterns and what attacks he uses from what distance, and attack once or twice at each opportunity instead of until your stamina is gone. One of the best designed bosses in the game, yet never mentioned in all the YouTube "10 best bosses" videos. Zeratultheking Zeratultheking 1 year ago 10 I just remember the gargoyles being super annoying to do. Each one has a chance to get a stone.
When to parry The Pursuer ? :: DARK SOULS™ II: Scholar of the First Sin General Discussions
Repeat this until they disappear and you should net well over 10 more Lockstones. Upon killing them, you get a Forgotten Key. With this key in hand, return to The Gutter.
From the first bonfire, walk to the left edge of this platform. You will see another in the distance further down.
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Jump to it, then climb up the ladder. You will see some poison statues and a door. Smash them, then open the door. Inside is a lot more poison statues. Carefully smash them, then break the pot and voila, you have found the resting place of the Havel Armor. Maybe, you even smashed a few and thought nothing of it. While, someone was watching you. Smash one or two and they won't mind, but smash too many and you will run into one very angry dragon as you try crossing the bridge into the Dragon Shrine.
Don't bother running, it is already to late for you at this point. Accept your fate and come back, this time with as few dragon eggs broken as possible. The Pursuer Round Two[ edit ] Did you know that if you kill the Smelter Demonthen return to his combat area, another Pursuer will appear.
Parried the Pursuer to death : DarkSouls2
This one fights the exact same as the first one you took down, but on death does not reward you with his soul. If so, then there is a surprise waiting for you in the throne room of Drangleic Castle. Head to the castle and enter the throne room behind the ghostly attendant who stands watch near the entrance. Inside will be two Pursuers. They fight the same as the previous ones, except now there is two of them.
Effigy Farming [ edit ] Human Effigies are a necessity in Dark Souls 2, so it helps to have a good stock of them, even with an inventory loaded up with the Ring of Life Protection.
But if you like the security of having 99 Effigies in your item inventory as well as your Item Box, there is an easy-peasy way to get them. To do this, the House Key and Bonfire Ascetic is required.
Go to Majula and head toward Cale's Mansion and then go to the basement.