Deadvember

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  1. It was scheduled maintenance. Servers normally don't work when they aren't turned on.
  2. Amazing guide! TYVM!
  3. Beat her on my 1st attempt using this guide. Any excess points put into endurance to wear better gear.
  4. It's 40+ hours of content, pretty much it's own game.
  5. Haven't noticed a thing with the ps5 version. Yeah there's pop in, but it's not that noticeable tbh. I feel like digital foundry are always going to find issues when they count every pixel and slow the game down 100x specifically to look for flaws. When playing the game and having fun using your actual eyes you don't notice anything like that at all. At least I don't. If the game had cyberpunk levels of pop in I'd be concerned. But this game is very very well made from my point of view.
  6. Do something else, kill other mini bosses and level up a bit. Doing more damage, having more pots or leveling up your gear will make every fight easier. Or watch his attack patterns, learn when to time dodge rolls, when to use potions etc. Try a different Ash summon that distracts and holds agro. It's often significantly easier to solo a boss than to use real people. Just FYI. I don't think the game is balanced very well for online coop.
  7. There's 5 main main bosses AFAIK but I've not beat the game so I've no idea what happens at the end. Neither do I want to know, and don't spoil it for others if you do. The bonfires show you the direction of the main bosses, but I would imagine you'd be very under levelled if you just went straight to every main boss. Bosses with cutscenes are mandatory. Stuff in caves and world bosses can be skipped but you're missing out if you do that.
  8. It's not a bug where enemies die and you get the souls, that's been in every souls game. Enemies that kill other enemies will give you the souls if you're near them. There's a few places in the game where you can get 40k, 50k and 75k souls without doing anything as well. 50k from the bell bareing hunter that spawns at the traders hut at night in North West of Caelidy You can horse jump the roof and shoot him and he can't hit you. And 75k from the big white dragon in the south east of caelid that won't attack you back, you need a bleed weapon and it'll take like 5 minutes to kill. There's also a Knight boss at night on a horse that gives 40k on the small bridge to the very east of caelid, you can get on your horse and run up the path full of poison flowers, the flowers will poison the knight and you can keep running up the path and he'll just die instantly. You can cheese most things in the game with a bit of imagination.
  9. The one in the rot swamp doesn't have a trophy AFAIK.
  10. You sure it's not in your invent? You have to give it to a guy I think.
  11. You need to use a Furlcalling finger remedy to see co-op signs. You can craft them, buy them or earn them from helping kill bosses. Most signs will be near a fog wall.
  12. The naked SL1 guy with the club, because why not.
  13. Even without the glitches or bugs the games still a bit of a bore to play. I ended up skipping 90% of the dialogue because choices don't matter, nothing matters. There's so much repetitive stuff in this game it's just a bit meh. 6/10 at best imo.
  14. No problem! Glad I could help! The mummy section might be the worst part of the series, it's so dumb!
  15. I'd say it's still possible to do with that time, remember to skip every cut scene and make a new save every time you come across an encounter. If you die loading is better than restarting from checkpoints. Always be jumping instead of running, always be pressing X when climbing, you'll jump climb a lot faster and that saves so much time. In the render mode there's an option called thief vision, it makes every enemy red. Turn that on when you're at an encounter and barok .44 everyone you see, they'll all die in 1 hit. Turn it off when there's no enemies about because it makes locating ledges almost impossible. The timer pauses in the menu so if you think you're doing a segment slowly just watch a video. Level 20 on the shipwreck took me like 5 minutes (the enemy part not the whole level) the gun is so powerful and bullet time makes it super easy to pick everybody off really fast. If you don't do it in 6 hours don't worry, I imagine you can run past everything on baby difficulty and beat the game in like 3hours. And with the accuracy apparently you can just load up an encounter and use a machine gun to spray the big guys, when you get above 70% do the epilogue and the trophy should pop.