Sif was a poor innocent puppy trying to save you from succumbing to the same fate as his master --- GT: Devilwillcry42 PSN: Raidoukuzunoha42 LoL: EmiyaShirou42 My name is Kanji Tatsumi, you said I like dudes, prepare to die.
I was more sad in killing queelag on my NG+ playthrough than killing arty.
I kind of liked how it was "The chosen Undead" that freed Artorias, and I respected him. I would have only felt bad killing him if he was still sane or had chance to regain his sanity. --- PSN - Rising_JTR, Steam - http://steamcommunity.com/id/iheartchloe/
More feels would have been felt if Artorias started to grunt in pain and swing his sword slower when his health started to get low. To balance it out he have a permanent buff on him to make his attacks still dangerous. --- You touched the mark of death itself, bring more souls Slayer of Demons.. The Maiden in Black's Blessing- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vByX90Ezn0s
Nothing in Dark Souls makes me more sad than the Maiden Astraea boss fight in Demon's Souls.
Proof that sometimes fate requires you to do horrible things.
The sad thing is that she's branded a demon, the most impure of them all. That says a lot considering how many other horrible abominations we fought before her, and yet she is branded to be the most impure, horrible and twisted one of them all. I don't feel bad for Allant though, the god in Demon's Souls created the Old One out of response to mankind's lust for power. Initially the Old One was a healthy being, a tree that provided for all mankind, human's lust for more and their nature of never being satisfied brought the Old One and the fog to them. If I would have been Astraea, I probably would have done the same, their god really did abandon them and the Old One is basically a reset button. Hence Allant's "No one wishes to go on" line at the end. --- You touched the mark of death itself, bring more souls Slayer of Demons.. The Maiden in Black's Blessing- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vByX90Ezn0s