Is it the carrier or the worm that needs to grab me? Also when the egg hatches, does it consume a percentage of my current souls or my future gained souls?
#2meralonnePosted 12/7/2011 1:19:51 PM
The carrier grabs you and then the worm sucks on your head.
You can tell when you're infected because your character randomly starts scratching his/her head. --- "Sigs are for dorks."-- my wife
#3DerpyourderpPosted 12/7/2011 1:20:46 PM
Carrier. Go near one of those agressive ones and get them to do that head latching animation. After a while of running around it should transform your head. As for the souls, I'm almost positive it's just future gained.
Now if you have the infection and you invade someone else's world, can yo use the new maggot attack to infect them? If so, that's actually really neat and makes it worth getting almost. --- Official __ of too many boards Currently Playing: Dark Souls, Dissidia: Duodecim, Soul Calibur II
#6Kratos_Plays_DSPosted 12/7/2011 1:34:59 PM
I invade Anor Londo and attempt to infect people with mine. Kind of tricky to pull off.
#7cody316Posted 12/7/2011 2:12:02 PM
But does it work? --- Official __ of too many boards Currently Playing: Dark Souls, Dissidia: Duodecim, Soul Calibur II
#8BaneDragonPosted 12/7/2011 2:21:23 PM
No. I tested it in the Forest invading. They let me use it. It does a damage attack but you wont actually grab them. We waited for head scratching. Nothing. Tried multiple times --- "3 people can keep a secret...if 2 are dead"
#9StockpileThomasPosted 12/7/2011 3:48:43 PM
My maggot still hasn't sprouted, what do i need to do? I've been playing for over an hour and amassed over 50K in souls but still no maggy. Help!
#10brandonfordPosted 12/7/2011 3:51:40 PM
StockpileThomas posted... My maggot still hasn't sprouted, what do i need to do? I've been playing for over an hour and amassed over 50K in souls but still no maggy. Help!