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* {{Expy}}: To the nameless Black Phantom from ''VideoGame/DemonsSouls'' who attacks in the second Valley of Defilement area. Fortunately much easier because she uses a much smaller weapon and there's more dry land that's easily accessible.

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* {{Expy}}: To the nameless Black Phantom from ''VideoGame/DemonsSouls'' who attacks in the second Valley of Defilement area. Fortunately much easier because she uses a much smaller weapon and there's more dry land that's easily accessible. Also a CompositeCharacter with Executioner Miralda.


!!Undead Burg

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!!Undead !!Upper Undead Burg



!!Lower Undead Burg [=/=] Depths

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!!Lower Undead Burg [=/=] Depths
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!!The Depths

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* DragonTheirFeet: He's the last of The Four Knights and he left Anor Londo to find his friend and mentor, The Nameless King.


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* EvilVirtues: As repugnant as he is, Smough's loyalty to Gwyn and Anor Londo is admirable, to say the least. Even Ornstein, who despises Smough's cannibalism, shows his respect if Smough dies first.

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* FriendlyEnemy: If the player completed the DLC before fighting Sif.


* LaResistance: [[WildMassGuessing Speculated]] to be the reason his loot stash in Anor Londo notably includes an Occult Club, a weapon designed to attack gods. What strengthens this connection is a possible MeaningfulName; [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%A1clav_Havel Vaclav Havel]] was an instrumental figure in the Czechoslovakian Velvet Revolution.

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* LaResistance: [[WildMassGuessing Speculated]] to be the reason his loot stash in Anor Londo notably includes an Occult Club, a weapon designed to attack gods. What strengthens this connection is a possible MeaningfulName; [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%A1clav_Havel org/wiki/Vaclav_Havel Vaclav Havel]] was an instrumental figure in the Czechoslovakian Velvet Revolution.


* LaResistance: [[WildMassGuessing Speculated]] to be the reason his loot stash in Anor Londo notably includes an Occult Club, a weapon designed to attack gods. What strengthens this connection is a possible MeaningfulName; [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%A1clav_Havel Vaclav Havel]] was an instrumental figure in the Czechoslovakian Velvet Revolution.

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* LaResistance: [[WildMassGuessing Speculated]] to be the reason his loot stash in Anor Londo notably includes an Occult Club, a weapon designed to attack gods. What strengthens this connection is a possible MeaningfulName; [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%A1clav_Havel Vaclav Havel]] was an instrumental figure in the Czechoslovakian Velvet Revolution.


* AnimalisticAbomination: It's unclear what these things actually are, since they're clearly not human skeletons. They look like animals, but ''what'' animals?

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* AnimalisticAbomination: NonHumanUndead: It's unclear what these things actually are, since they're clearly not human skeletons. They look like animals, but ''what'' animals?


* OurDragonsAreDifferent: They're some of the smallest creatures in the ''Dark Souls'' dragon family, though they're still larger than your character by a fair margin. It's left ambiguous whether this is their natural size or whether they're still whelps.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: They're some of the smallest creatures in the ''Dark Souls'' dragon family, though they're still larger than your character by a fair margin. It's left ambiguous whether this is their natural size or whether they're still whelps.whelps, although their [[PaletteSwap close resemblance]] to the Hellkite Wyvern suggests that they're just younger members of the same species.

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* NoobBridge: If you're using lock-on to cheese enemies with spells, ''stop''. Free-aiming them against Quelaag's human body is much more reliable as it not only does more damage, it stun-locks her (which is a good thing for sorcery builds).


* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: The Ceaseless Discharge is absolutely ''colossal'', probably the single biggest enemy in all of ''Dark Souls.'' Fifty feet would be a ''conservative'' estimate of his height.

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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: The Ceaseless Discharge is absolutely ''colossal'', probably the single biggest enemy in all of ''Dark Souls.'' Fifty feet would be a ''conservative'' estimate of his height.


* OurGiantsAreBigger: Definitely the largest humanoid opponent you will face in Sen's Fortress, [[AnimatedArmor although it turns out to be just a suit of armor]]. It also falls short of the [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Ceaseless Discharge]].

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* OurGiantsAreBigger: Definitely the largest humanoid opponent you will face in Sen's Fortress, [[AnimatedArmor although it turns out to be just a suit of armor]]. It also falls short of the [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Ceaseless Discharge]].Discharge.



* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: The largest enemy in the entire game bar none, although you wouldn't guess it since you'll usually be seeing nothing but his head and some tentacles.



* OurMonstersAreWeird: He's vaguely humanoid due to his legs, but otherwise he's [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever huge]], [[MagmaMan covered in lava]], and has several tentacle-like appendages on his back, not to mention a grotesquely demonic face.

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* OurMonstersAreWeird: He's vaguely humanoid due to his legs, but otherwise he's [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever huge]], huge, [[MagmaMan covered in lava]], and has several tentacle-like appendages on his back, not to mention a grotesquely demonic face.


Zombified hounds that patrol the lowest parts of the Undead Burg and the .

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Zombified hounds that patrol the lowest parts of the Undead Burg and the .the surface of the Depths.

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* MightyGlacier: Slow to react, but once they attack, they can deal huge amounts of damage.

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