Drake sword before the first boss

#1AlgandarsPosted 2/26/2013 3:14:44 AM
Hi guys, here's a video I prepared showing how to get the drake sword before the first boss. For what it's worth, I am also currently editing a video showing how to sneak past the hydra and get the stone armour also before the first boss. Just for fun really :)

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#2marioparty17Posted 2/26/2013 4:31:19 AM
seem like alot of work, when i could just get it right after i beat the demon myself and get the drake sword on the same time as running through new londo ,unless there a special reason to get it before.
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#3Arc166Posted 2/26/2013 7:04:53 AM(edited)
I feel I should point out that the Asylum Demon is the first boss.

Also that the Taurus Demon is a competitor for easiest boss in the game, to the point that he's never hit me, even on my first run, making this seem pointless.

But eh, still a nice video.

Also tag for that second vid. Skipping the Taurus entirely would be fun because his area is epic PVP.
#4Blackvoodoo79Posted 2/26/2013 7:19:59 AM
I'd have to agree with the Taurus Demon being the easiest boss in the game... While he did manage to kill me when I first fought him, he's not even managed a hit since I figured him out, I've been playing the game about 85% guide free, so I have had to figure most of the bosses out for myself.
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#5Algandars(Topic Creator)Posted 2/26/2013 8:55:27 AM
Thanks for the feedback :) Asylum Demon I never count as being the first boss due to him basically being the "tutorial" boss. Agreed, Taurus Demon is an easy boss, but still, I thought it would be nice to share this with people just to show that there are cheeky ways around things if you know where to look for them. Was always obsessed with this sort of thing as a kid in RPG games, such as trying to keep Alex in his green clothes in Lunar and getting into Mercator without the pass in Landstalker, stuff like that, LOL, may seem a bit pointless, but one of those cool things I always found enjoyable about open ended games such as Dark Souls :)

Hope you guys enjoy the video anyway, regardless of whether you find it pointless or not. I don't make any money from these, just trying to share some fun guides and tips and what not :)
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