Dark Souls 3: Epic Boss Defeated in One Hit!
A one hit wonder! A player of Dark Souls 3 was able to kill one of the hardest bosses with just a single swing!
The Dark Souls series is known for it’s really hard to defeat enemies especially the bosses. One player was actually able to accomplish such a feat. The boss taken down is one of the hardest in the game, Pontiff Sulyvahn, and in just a single hit at that.
We kid you not, watch the video that neptunusequester uploaded so you would believe us. The video is just one minute and nineteen minutes. Beware though as it does contains spoilers. 😉
The video did cause a buzz, a lot of players are curious as to how neptunusequester was able to do it. A redditor named HolidayForHire shared his theories on Reddit. One theory is that neptunsequester’s damage was at 241% by the use of various items. Below is what HolidayForHire said.
From what we can see – red tear stone ring (20%) followed by dragon torso, sunlight Sword buff (11.5%), then deep protection (5%) and then weapon art Warcry from Yohrm’s Great Machete (not sure the %, but this isn’t sharpen, since that’s on the normal machete, and removes previously applied buffs) and then reactivates dragon torso (10%). Finally after the Parry he switches on Morion blade for another Low HP boost (20%). From what we can’t see but surely deduce he is also wearing the Hornet Ring (30%), and probably has Yohrm’s upgraded fully. I am fairly certain everything adds up multiplicatively, which puts him at 241% damage, plus whatever he’s getting from the weapon art. There’s another two ring slots I’m not accounting for as well, so he could easily be up around 300% normal damage, which makes this the equivalent of parrying and riposting the boss 3 times in one.With what has been said, do you think you can do the same thing as well? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
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