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Hey guys it's your favorite assassin here with a new short blog
today. It's part three of my favorite moments in gaming. After a few weeks in
college, I realized I needed a break from typing reports and type something I
enjoy. So let's get this started!
NOTE: There are spoilers.
3. Killing Smough and Ornstein (Dark Souls)
Any fan of Dark Souls remembers these two baddies. After
fighting my way through the dangerous Anor Londo, we make it the fog wall. Wait
before we do that we have to kill two Royal Sentinels and a black knight with a
bow. Okay after killing those three, we finally go through the fog wall. What
do we see? Two bosses that will destroy you if you make the slightest mistake.
For many players, these two bosses are the most difficult boss fight. It doesn't
help that when you kill one, the other absorbs the other and takes their power.
It only took me three tries to defeat
these two but I had countless hours of grinding just preparing for this fight.
It's still my favorite boss fight in the game.
2. Martin turns into the Akatosh (Elder Scrolls IV:
By the Nine (screw you Thalmor)! Did the soon to be emperor
just turn into a fiery dragon? Was that Akatosh? Yeah that is exactly what
happen. The character that you had to protect and did many fetch quests for
just turned into a mighty avatar of Akatosh and he just defeated Mehrunes
Dagon. Remembering my time in Oblivion, this scene is what I remember most.
While the story wasn't that great in Oblivion, I became fond of Martin. He was
humble and while inexperience, I'm sure he would have been a great emperor. I
also remember the glitch using paintbrushes to make stairs and being able to
see the two fight up close.
2. Defeating Grigori (Dragon's Dogma)
While Dragon's Dogma story is not the greatest, the combat
was awesome. After saving the Greatwall from the evil cult Salvation, Grigori
comes in out of nowhere and challenges you. If you are ready to fight this
dragon, you press on. The final battle was amzing but what stuck out to me the
most was the dragon gives you a choice. He tells you to sacrifice your love
interest and he will leave. You will become king of the land through lying that
you defeated the dragon. If you refuse, you begin the fight of a lifetime. The beginning
of the fight involves you running away from the dragon but the final part is
the final battle. It's you and your pawns against Grigori. While my pawns weren't
the greatest of allies, I still came out triumphant. With the dragon defeated
the world is saved! Or is it?
Anyway guys and gals, thanks for reading this blog. It's
been awhile since I did a blog but it feels good to do it. Hope you enjoy and
like always point out any mistakes in a polite manner. See you around!