Anyone wanna help me beat Living Failures?
Also Bloodborne thread.
Use your gun a lot. They are very easy to parry. When they start the meteor shower just stay behind the tree while keeping the door you entered from to your right. Make sure to have that healing when viceroy attacking rune. It took me 10+ tries till I figured it put D:
>having trouble with the easiest boss in the DLC
I think the real Living Failure is you. What weapon are you using?
I'm going to assume it's samefag, but I also want to get in early in case it's an ebpic screencap for /r/4chin so I can say I was there.
Oh, wait, I need a reaction image....
REKT. SAVAGE. CALL THE BURN UNIT.
When will I get my hands on an arcane bloodgem? I'm trying out an arcane/skill build with the Blades of Mercy. I'm in Hemwick Charnel Lane (haven't beaten BSB, Amelia or Witches yet) and I was hoping an arcane scaling gem would help me out against those brick guys and the executions who really love to eat damage and not get staggered.
anyone else just play around with her?
What? You don't need arcane scaling gems for blades of Mercy. You can run away from those enemies or parry them with a gun. What are you thinking???
I thought it'd be more powerful with an arcane gem equipped, and since I can't use fire/bolt paper I thought it'd be a good idea to have it elementally charged. Is the split scaling enough when I'm putting more points into arcane than I am into skill?
Would anyone around level 100 be willing to help me with Shadow of Yarnham NG+? I constantly get ganked when I kill one (usually the mage) and the other two just constantly hit me with their long ranged attacks. Parrying their attacks gets harder as they move into new phases.
A +10 blades of Mercy has S scaling with skill and B scaling with arcane.
If you can equip an elemental gemstone, like the fire gemstone you find next to the brainsucker in lower cathedral ward, then you will be doing decent elemental damage but none of your skill investments will affect the weapon's damage.
If you're putting more arcane than skill, you're using blades of Mercy the complete opposite way it was meant to be used.
Well, there goes my build idea. So I just need to use something that is purely physical damage so that I can convert it to pure arcane? There goes a lot of weapons that I'd want to try.
I'll tell you because you'll never figure out on your own.
After going to another area you get the 'make contact' gesture. Use it for 40 seconds or longer infront of the brain and you get a rune.
Ebriatas is cute too.
I like it better. The Nexus had a lot of walking back and forth up/down empty stairs, the hunter's dream is much more compact. It's also much more homely, the Nexus was a rather abstract structure that I personally never really warmed up to as much as others seem to have.