The Painted World is the only level that comes close to any of the levels from Demon's Souls, and that's only because it was made first when they had money.
I just wish there were more places like this and Ash Lake (not even near as playable, but with tons of effort in design and thought put into it) that just makes you stop a wonder for a while.
I was really expecting something close to it in DaS 2, only to be utterly dissapointed.
Tomb of the Giants
New Londo is my absolute favorite.
I really like Blightown too. Yeah, it has serious fps issues at times but it also gives you this feeling that it's not only the enemies that wanna kill, it really is the world that wants to kill you. Very few levels ever achieved that
Demon's and izalith are clearly rushed
Bullshit, im half way through Demons souls and so far pretty much every level has been bland and boring looking apart from tower of latria and the first part of shrine of storms, nearly every part of Dark Souls was more interesting than Demons Souls
sens fortress dickhead. where is it.
>crystal cave in bad tier
>sen's not even listed
Did you even invade people? I doubt it.
cleric all day every day
i just love sunbro'ing, performing miracles, wielding blunt weapons, etc
just google it, its not that bad. Go into incognito mode if you are that worried.
Do classes even matter in Souls games? I've played Demon's Souls and Dark Souls as a Knight. Starting equipment is pretty good I'd say.
Still playing through Dark Souls, around Sen's Fortress.
Fun fact: The Painted World is a leftover level from DeS, the Albino Dragon girl that's serves as the area's optional final boss was supposed to be the Maiden in Black of DaS.
oh. i know why you guys are this mad about anor londo.
>The Painted World is the only level that comes close to any of the levels from Demon's Souls
Nigga, Blightown is basically Valley of Defilement 2.0 minus the retarded bird-people and the ambush-squads got replaced with "le poison yagua blowmen".
Thats the other thing i dont understand, i just held my shield up and killed the first one, then ran over to the second one. i never got knocked off the edge once. i was full strength and heavy armor though, i dont know if that helps or anything
that entire area was fucking awful
hurr WHOAREYOU dancing faggots that spam spells from perches you cant reach so epic XDDDD
Sens Fortress was the best section in the whole game.
>Post a place better than the Dukes Archives.
How is Dukes even one of your favourite places?
Darkroot, The Great Hollow, Ash Lake obvi, Sens, AL, Tomb, Kiln, Royal Woods, Townshit, and the Chasm were all better than Dukes imo
Tower of Latria is the best Souls level/world:
>Cool enemy designs like the mindflayer, prisoner horde and man centipede
>Great level design
>Varied scenery with a dank prison, looming swamp and a tower high up in the sky
>2 of the best bosses; Maneater and Old Monk
>Best atmosphere found in a souls game
Demon's Souls has:
- actually well designed, finished areas
- weapon paths which aren't utterly useless
- NPCs which names you actually remember and cordially care about
- unforgettable bossfights with soulful music
- endings which wrap up the experience satisfyingly
Dark Souls has:
- Uh, poise?
- Praise the sun guy
Dark Souls 2 has:
- Gender change
I'd play a Souls game that was nothing but a bunch of disconnected levels like the Painted World, each boss gets their own level. I never really gave a shit about the tacked on RPG stat mechanics.
Why wouldn't you? The bitch is piss-easy and you get a trophy out of it
>bought Demon's yesterday
>Be in tower of Latria for the first time
You weren't kidding,this place is amazing, does the game look half-assed at any point like DaS post O&S or is everything just as polished?
I liked Dark souls as whole
except new londo
fuck new londo
I hate these places where you can get easily lost
The first time you get there after going through the piece of shit that it the Great Hollow is really awe-inspiring, probably enhanced by it being the only area in the game with background music.
But yeah, you're right that it's actually pretty shitty from a gameplay perspective once you've done everything.
>that wonderful feel when you assume the boss of a certain level is going to wreck your shit in so hard, so you're afraid, as your trudging through the level to actually get to him, and you realize you've run out of all your important shit to defeat the boss, but you fight him anyway, and defeat him on your first try
Dukes was my favourite invasion spot.
>TFW you'll never camp out at Firelink Shrine.
It hurts /v/, it's my happy place.
not demon souls feel but
>fighting iron golem.
>great scythe breaks
>out of pyro spells
>hit him with dung pies
>spend next hour and a half running around whilst he dies of toxic
>realize I have repair powder
I'm posting this as a skellington
>not using your bare fists
>Not farming Slabs on New Londo by killing Wraiths
Do you even Blacksmith
There's a hack that lets you use a crazy set of attacks that weren't implemented for some reason. Possibly meant to be included in future DLC.
It gives you crazy Heihachi move sets including a leg sweep, a fireball and a drop kick.
>Didn't notice the lever in the sewer the first time I came here
>Accidentally do the jumping attack on the legs, causing them to stand up
>Spent 200+ hours doing this every time I went through the painted world before someone telling me about the lever in the sewer
>Not updgrading a full set, weapon and shield with slabs
Are you even trying
Does anyone have the
two Dark Souls 2 comics with:
>player invades Licia and gets WoG ohko before he's able to move
>player tries to take a sippy, but the process of taking a drink is so slow the estus is just about to touch his tongue before the Sinner is in his face?
It's fucking radical. I think the leg sweep is always a cofirmed knock down, the kick hits multiple times and if you press L1 R1 RT RT you get a sick fast combo. And the fireball fucking HURTS.
>ever upgrading armour
>ever wearing armour that can be upgraded.
>ever having more than 3 weapon in your inventory at a time
Even the hollows do a lot of damage. Wheelskeletons will stunlock you to death if you're unfortunate.
The harpies deal a lot of damage and poise break.
>running in the snow naked
It's not an easy area without a shield, especially on NG+
Depends on the weapons you use, I guess. I usually use a longsword.
I enjoy fun. but I prefer being able to change my weapon and armour quickly. if I want to try new sets I just do it un-upgraded. I can't try too many sets anyway because I'm a dex build with barely any strength
I don't remember there being very many instances of framedrops at all, maybe when bearbugs explode.
Your eyes will get used to 30fps and then when you go back to 60 it'll be even glorious.
>le dank casu maymay
Did you have an aneurysm or a stroke when typing?
Uh, yeah. That's why I said "makes her disappear". I know I replied, but don't lump me together.
I'm a level 170 something and I always let them hit me and if they don't do too much damage I switch to thorn set and a wood grain ring to annoy them. it's hilarious getting invaded in the burg by some level 12 shitter doing 3 damage per hit
Blight Town is honestly my favourite, though I played through it on the PC version with no framerate drops.
Just the sheer atmosphere and the feeling of terror as you navigate the vertical maze of dilapidated town not knowing whether you'd be ambushed or not. And if you got invaded, well prepare for the most tense experience ever.
Firelink Shrine, the Catacombs, Undead Burg, Undead Parish, Darkroot Forest, the Depths, Blighttown, Sen's Fortress and Anor Londo might be the best designed world in any Metroidvania I've ever seen
Nearly every level is a straight line if you trivialize it like that. It has as much to explore as any other level.
It's the cool architecture and the intimidating hugeness that makes it good. Also the shortcut is pretty cool.
>mfw taking the shortcut to Blighttown
The first time I made it to Gwyndolin, I noticed the player made messages left around the boss fog.
>Amazing trap ahead
I know this was one of your guys' doing. kek'd
It's absolutely full of awful players right now, you should try it. I was mediocre at best at DaS PVP and in DaS2 I'm winning something like 9/10 fights. Hang out in the Belfries, they tend to be much easier than the arenas.
Undead Burg is the best stage in DaS
This is beyond question
>right before princesses chamber door
>Amazing chest ahead
no I'm on PC but I've done 3 playthrough 100% in human form and I've got invaded 6 times. invading in the burg
I understand soul memory now and it's a good idea just done adlyis awful because It's always some fag on NG+23 OHKs me with wrath of the gods. Im usually over leveled from doing toher bosses because fuck O&S by the time I get to anor so no invasions for the rest of the game
About finished my first playthrough, killed all the optional bosses and finished the dlc but I'm kinda freaking out. If I beat the last boss am I forced into NG+? I'd still like to run around and pvp a bit and stuff before my next playthrough but I do want to see the ending.
Yeah I loved that about Blighttown. I always thought it was night out, but then I looked up and realized that its still light out and the darkness iwas just from how deep you were in the ground. I also liked seeing the lower foundation and support structures of the Burg integrated into the level
like the bonfire in the cove
Also, as far as those mosquitos, I found the most luck dealing with them by
using throwing knives, i carry 99 when i first go down into blgihttown
or (perhaps the best way)
Oh god, how could I have forgotten about that one
Nah, Dark Souls had a lot of great locations, enhanced by their connectivity with eachother. DeS meanwhile was a place I remember having a couple of cool buildings but full of bland dark places with little in the way of scenery and especially lacking in variety.
Dark Souls 2 is just all over the place. A few places make me happy but it's a very few. Other places are way too straitforward or way too bland in their design. They tried to do the same all 1 map thing that Dark Souls 1 did, but it was extremely sloppy with geometry making no sense. For example, how the fuck did I reach the top of a windmill and then take an elevator up to a castle right outside a volcano? This shit has no build up.
I miss my SL1 dickwraith build
>Chaos reinforced club
I can do the same thing in DS2 with CE, but the magic is gone. It was so neat knowing that I could invade literally anybody in the game, including other dickwraiths
No. I'm good at the game.
It's nice to know you like to go out of your way to belittle people anonymously.
No, really. It's a nice touch to uphold that "anonymous so evil" notion.
I'm playing Demon's Souls and while the art direction is even better than Dark Souls, and the Tendency system is a neat idea that never really gets well executed, some technical problems and design concepts mar the experience for me.
And by this I mean the Allant fight - trudging back to him takes significant time due to powerful enemies you have to take on carefully, then there's an elevator ride and a humongous fps drop during the bossfight. On top of all, Miyazaki's idea of punishing the player is making the boss delevel him. This shouldn't be hard to avoid, but sometimes my inputs get all jumbly because the framerate confuses me, and he teleports his grab when my roll finishes, depleting souls. That and weapons like scraping spear are pretty pointless design. I don't want a game that introduces more tedious crap, I just want a challenge. And by tedious crap I mean anything to do with crafting. Holy shit, did the Monster Hunter do it well compared to any other game. Yes, I'm aware of Stockpile Thomas exploit but it would further ruin the experience. Getting ores is such a pointless chore though.
Except for MH, did any game do crafting well, and didn't just use it as padding? Because it's the worst element of Souls games.
As for Dark Souls areas:
God Tier: Blighttown, Burg/Parish
High Tier: Depths, Fortress, ToG, PW, Catacombs
Darkroot, Londo (New and Anor)
Demon's Souls is way above Dark in terms of level design. And DaS 2 looks like something Blizzoware would make.
All of the Souls games are pretty close in quality, some excelling in certain areas more than others.
Anyone saying one is vastly superior than the other is either a nostalgiafag, waifufag or just a retard.
I play on ps3, and I get invaded at least once each level if I go through it unhollowed the entire time. The twink builds that constantly invade int he Perish get aggravating though. Because of that, every play through i do, I spend 1-3 hours jumping around to different high level areas to grab end game spells and gear, just so i have a fighting chance against invaders when i start doing the main quest thing. Like, I'll have wrath of the gods in the first hour or two of my faith build playthroughs.
That's no fun, anon
>Solaire's balcony in the burg
>the whole thing glows orange with Need holding with both hands
they're right to complain about soul memory
Anybody who wants to twink will just use CE or a mule, hell its easier than beating 4kings at SL1.
Soul Memory is like intrusive DRM. It only affects legitimate customers.
>sometimes my inputs get all jumbly because the framerate confuses me,
Negro, I had some serious fucking issues with Tendencies. The difficulty would raise the more you died and that's the games basis. There was a point that I died that much at Valley of Defilement that I had to start a new save.
I get I can watch the endings elsewhere but it just doesn't feel right to put so many hours in and not finish the game myself.
Also, for a reroll character whats fun to play? Im just finishing up and the I mained heavy armor build with black knight greatsword for most of the game, was thinking about seeing if caster is any fun, something fast paced too maybe. Want to see if I can get into invincibility frames and parrying
This is not a bug. It works way too well for that.
>People who are really good at the game will know what to spend their souls on and will make it through the game with a far lower soul memory from not dying nearly as much
It still punishes and makes bad matches for new players.
93 actually, don't know why I want to stick around so much. Now that I think about it if I have no bosses to fight and have memorized most of the zones its kinda pointless to run around. Im just having fun in the forest covanent now, dont want to wait to be in it again or facing ng+ people instead of scrubs.
Zulie's set would be perfect if it didn't have that cut-out back or those ugly nails.
I wish there were different builds for male and female character models.
Demon's Souls had that, but the tradeoff was that there were less armors and some gender specific ones.
>how does it not?
Because anybody who went through the effort to become a Dickwraith at SL1 will go through the "effort" to fire up CE and change their SM to 50K
The only thing SM accomplishes is killing SL build for co-op and pvp, unless of course you use CE
Your character must be struck by a sudden premonition and open the shortcut by the Spider Lady to kill the sunlight maggot before Solaire has the chance to go there and stick bugs to his head because he's sad.
>don't use any soul clusters or kill any unessecary enemies
>get to iron keep
>get gold serp ring
>bellfag it to +10
>ruin the day of a thousand fuckboys who aren't good at the game
>I actually really love that it doesn't and you just get what you see.
I actualy wish it was a bit more like that
the Desert sorceress set is mega gimped for males, it doesn't even reveal the butt and the boots are shortened
I'm pure black character tendency and have no trouble with the game (except Allant) so far because I overleveled - not by grinding, it's just that Shrine of Storms gives a humongous amount of souls, and 1-3 and 1-4 are even more opulent.
Downloaded. It's very noticeable, especially when he comboes and I roll away from him. It does not render the game unplayable, but combined with his tankiness and the fact that around 28 hours in I still don't have a good STR weapon, it's all sorts of jarring. His moveset is fine, but some elements of that bossfight I highly dislike. He's the worst designed boss after Dragon God that I've met so far.
That's ok, I'm sure he'd understand, it's not like you two were friends or something.
Ornstein and Smough
Gwyn (unless you parry)
COOL BUT 2EZ TIER
Moonlight Butterfly (if ranged)
Gwyn (if you parry)
Bed of Chaos
Moonlight Butterfly (if melee)
Someone do one for DaSII or DeS
Hey, it doesn't help that Allant looks like pic related and that bossfight runs in based MT Framework.
How much time did you fags spent creating your character? I usually try to mold them to look decent but From Soft can't into faces. I did like the new features on DaS2. If only they had added body tattoos.
Solaire never makes it to the sunlight maggots, I always develop a craving for his pimping armor at some point and he has an accident
I've actually done a run where I kill every NPC as soon as possible, a lot of them don't even drop stuff unless you wait to kill them later
Lautrec is the only one who is a bro and drops something useful immediately
That lake of lava that hurts your eyes and rapes your ears with WOOSH WOOSH WOOSH.
Having to equip that stupid ring every time you die.
Enemies are shitty statues and shitty dragon asses placed arbitrarily around the level, and those hilarious squiddy things.
Generally bland level design, not much to explore or look at.
Completely pointless Asylum Demon rehash.
Bed of Chaos.
Capra is a much better bossfight than people give him credit for. It would be horrible if every boss was like Capra (die immediately, long walk back - this is the problem with La-Mulana) but he's a neat riddle piece on your first playthrough, really hectic. Stray Demon is also very good once you figure out what kind of damage he does.
Worst bossfight by far is Four Kings.
I'm convinced the download version has framerate problems. I've played EU and NA disc copies and had drops only when rolling into a load of junk, yet my friend who downloaded it complains about drops during all kinds of normal situations. He's usually very reliable about this stuff too.
At least it can't be as bad as DaS on PS3
3 minutes at most
1 minute to get a beard and thick eyebrows
2 minutes to make the biggest chin and jaw I can
Pre-patch Dark Souls 1 on console was a completely different ballgame and those dragon asses were huge cunts
10 minutes for the first, then I got down the formula for making a cute boy
I've deleted and spent so much time on so many grills tho, grills are hard to make
>And by this I mean the Allant fight - trudging back to him takes significant time due to powerful enemies you have to take on carefully, then there's an elevator ride and a humongous fps drop during the bossfight. On top of all, Miyazaki's idea of punishing the player is making the boss delevel him. This shouldn't be hard to avoid, but sometimes my inputs get all jumbly because the framerate confuses me, and he teleports his grab when my roll finishes, depleting souls.
"I'm Bad: The Post"
Don't know, I borrowed a friend's PS3 and don't have a disc. Biggest framedrop was when Dragon flies to perch above gate before Allant, but that has no bearing on gameplay. I still haven't gone to the Valley of Defilement so I hope it won't be horrible there. Allant is just such a bad bossfight for me because I don't like the concept behind some of his moves, and since I evade everything drops in framerate make me a bit lost and/or bored/irritated.
Well they're not terrible but I didn't find them to be especially outstanding bosses anyway. I put Firesage and Stray in bad tier because they're the same as Asylum mostly, though maybe that's harsh on Stray Demon.
Well, yes, I guess I should count BoC but at least it looks nicer than Kings.
Kings are like a test in invincibility frames, and by introducing ADP stat whole series went to shit, I see them as a progenitor of this.
>still hasn't STARTED world 5
You're going to 1 hit kill every enemy, why do you ruin the game for yourself?
It's not my fault the game gave me so much souls, I didn't grind at all (I did grind before O and S but not in Demon's Souls).
How the hell should I know not to go somewhere on my first playthrough? I had trouble with Flamelurker so I went and explored other worlds.
Don't worry about him, Anon. I'm sure he'll be shocked when
he starts NG+ and gets his ass plowed all over again because the difficulty actually scales. DaS players never see it coming
>Trying to make an old man character
>Try to make a girl character
>1 or 2 decent hair options and man shoulders for every body type
At least we have beards.
Maybe they're starting to learn something.
About NG+ : since STR, DEX and similar stats stop scaling at 40, does that mean that you have a character that can do everything by the end of NG+? I mean if you have 40 STR/END in NG, you can build up 40 DEX/faith in NG+, right? Or do you go above 40?
So what are some areas you all actually liked in Dark Souls 2
Hub themes: Majula > The Nexus > Firelink Shrine
>Play Dark Souls 2
>Power stances are the best addition for me
>Excited to finally use fist weapons for this reason
>All the fist weapons are absolute shit, only viable one is a caestus
>Hope DLC adds in more
Fuck, all I wanted was 2 dragon fists for a Garnet build.
They're both pretty scummy fucks but at least Pate is voiced by Darth Maul
I haven't gone through all of DaS2 because it takes me forever with these type of games to beat them, but holy fuck does DaS2 have more levels than DaS1.
So far I haven't really felt like I liked a particular area, (I'm in The Gutter, it's the only great soul left I need to collect). This game feels like a collection of level ideas, regardless if they make any sense how they connect with each other. Some areas are extremely short, at times I wished that there was more to explore.
From what I've seen, Drangelic looks kinda cool, so I'll wait until I get there. Some of the DLC also looks kinda neat.
It should go without saying that Ornifex is the best NPC in the game and best girl as well.
The new DLC area in Iron Keep is fantastic, but I liked Aldia's Keep, the road to Dranglaic Castle (and the mirror knight fight area and hallway).
Gutter was kinda neat because it was one of the few areas they kept dark.
Heide's Tower of Flame was ok.
You're blindly implying that the skeletons in the big area don't come from both angles.
You can avoid it but if you're like me who likes to purge areas of monsters rather than past everything, maybe you can see my point.
>Heide's Tower of Flame was ok.
It looked nice but the level design was absolute trash. Just circular platforms with 1, 2 or 3 of the same enemy.
also this is pedantic but the DLC isn't set in past Iron Keep. It's present day somewhere else, some kind of ironworks forge for the Keep itself.
Solid level design though.
best designed areas in DS2:
No Man's Wharf
Forest of the Fallen Giants
best looking areas in DS2:
Shrine of Amana
Doors of Pharros
>powerstancing the new iron chickenleg
DaS had places you could see in the distance that you could actually reach.
Das II had skyboxes that could look nice, but everything was connected by magical tunnels that spit you across the island like crazy. Example: stand in Majula and look towards Heide's Tower of Flame. You can see the cathedral and it's fucking tiny, but the walk to get there is deceptively short for how big it actually is.
Don't forget the invisible volcano and castle of Iron Keep
The core mechanics of Dark Souls 2 were an improvement without a doubt in my mind. The souls series has always made the combat better through trial and error. The areas were the sloppiest part for me. Soul level and covenant design were iffy as well. Boss design was very often also disappointing.
DeS did this the best. Most enemies had reason to be there and didn't just stand still. The best example would be the Mindflayer prison guards of Latria, but other enemies like miners in Stonefang all had activities
>Most enemies had reason to be there and didn't just stand still
>lists literally the only two enemies that do this
every enemy in worlds 1, 4 and 5 do this
I thinking "oh shit" when they said you could get invaded while hollow, but I rarely even get invaded by players, I don't even think I have been invaded normally. The only time I faced multiple invaders was in that princes'/princess' belltower in The Lost Bastille.
Oh, right. I kept on thinking it looked like the part of New Londo where you meet your first Darkwraith.
I always forget about the Depths. Probably because I usually skip it now.
>no sense of wonder and discovery because you know you are walking down a corridor
>much easier to design
DeS is miles behind DaS when it comes to world design, one or two shit areas nonwithstanding.
>no sense of wonder and discovery because you know you are walking down a corridor
The only way you would know that a sprawling level like 5-2 has a linear path would be if you were using a guide
Post yfw you completed all three Souls games at release, before they were patched and nerfed.
If you really want to fight Gaping Dragon, I guess not. It's one of the easiest boss battles in the game, though, so I'm not sure why you would go out of your way to fight it.
Yes. Attaching an actual stat to it was a change I actually liked. It made it feel less like your invincibility "get good" move for pros and more like a piece of a build you might go for.
Worst example of level design in the game.
>Get to the top of a fuck huge rickety ass wooden windmill that you can see really clearly from the approach to it
>Fight a boss in a stone room
>Take a stone hallway to an elevator that lets you out of a castle in the middle of a volcano
All logic, all lore... just gone.
it's about ethics ingrained in the company. from is disgusting, and they have started their DLC downfall route soon to be coupled with additional multiplayer fee only on PS4. play bloodborne over the course of a year and it's like you bought it twice. not counting DLC.
Yeah I found it to be sort of jarring the way the areas were just sewn together like patchwork. The weather, lighting, terrain, everything just changes sharply as you go through a door. When you look at that map in the mansion it doesn't seem at all like you have travelled as far as is shown.
Nah, 4 Kings design was a clusterfuck of spikes and twisty shit, it was far too busy and overdesigned. The magic attacks looked pretty generic too. And having every one of them look identical is lazy, as is making the arena just pitch black (yes, I know it's the Abyss, but come on).
All the souls games are easy as fuck, people just don't realize it because they're playing for gamer cred and refuse to use more than one weapon despite having 4/6 whole slots for equipment on the fly and an infinite number of inventory slots after Demon Souls.
I just beat the Fool's Idol but apparently it just keeps coming back to life. Am I missing something or is this just something to go back to later on?
Also, where do I find sticky white stuff?
Wait, you mean that guy sitting on the bench looking at that hologram thing? Fuck. I just went and grabbed the key and thought he was alright since he didn't do anything. Guess all those messages calling him a lair weren't joking.
>Tower of Latria
It's a fucking corridor, just twisted a bit.
Miss, DeS was my first Souls game. It's just subpar. I also played DaS on PS3
post-AotA, I heard that changed a lot
>Don't play DaS2
But muh sense of completion.
The problem was when you grew some balls and just stood right up next to the boss, you could kill a very large number of them really easily. Cheesing it was as easy and being point blank.
Bosses this works for:
>Seath the Scaleless
Nearly every "DeS is the best" argument boils down to focusing on one enemy or level that was exceptionally good and making it seem like it represents the quality of the entire game.
Strange you didn't believe them especially after his sinister muttering.
On the other hand, I trusted
Yurt, though he resembled Lautrec. Good thing he only killed two no name NPCs before I talked to him. And how the hell did Mephistopheles warn him about me when she never even met me?
It is. Deal with it autist who only has one platform.
>Unexpectedly slip through a portal to a hellish ice-world with no way out
>Fight through armies of the undead and insane (or both), entire area is covered in grotesquely-treated corpses, stuck on pikes, hanged, or otherwise tortured and left there
>Put a fucking smack down on everything in the zone. Finally meet Priss.
>"This land is peaceful, its inhabitants kind..."
NOPE. YOU'RE GETTING THE AXE YOU LYING BITCH.
For a lot of those I wouldn't call getting close "cheesing" the boss. Some of your examples are just plain easy (Seath, Iron Golem, etc.) and others are meant to reward that kind of play (Sif, Quelaag, etc.)
>It's not really since the Nexus is a big place to hide in
Just imagine her watching you, constantly positioning herself out of your sight until she's comfortable with meeting you.
>literally created by humans
Sounds like a shit god. Do you worship Banjo the Clown too?
This so much. Fuck Griffith and his utopia, piece of shit