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BlooddyBlooddy 09 Nov 2018 05:15
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Four Knights of Gwyn

Ornstein link is broken

Link by BlooddyBlooddy, 09 Nov 2018 05:15

"It is thought to have once been the white hood of a maiden" should actually translate to “the white hood of a saintess”. The same title "saintess" (聖女) is also used on Leah.
Which means, she is likely to used to possess some religious status within the Way of White. The cut dialogue "Vereor Nox", which means "May the fire guide you" is also a hint of Way of White background. The "impure" dialogue is also likely to refer to a religious status, which serves to justify using her as a sacrificial victim.

She could be a man-made undead like Leeroy, Leah and other Way of White undeads, and is placed here intentionally to serve a purpose (robbing her of her firekeeper soul is a sin that attracts divine attention, which leads to the black eyeball allowing you to invade Lautreac).

EarlearlearlEarlearlearl 27 Aug 2018 00:26
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Mergo's Wet Nurse

Have moved it to a separate theory - not sure who deleted your comment, but it was a good comment to make. Apologies, I tend to get a little crazy with my speculations ;).

by EarlearlearlEarlearlearl, 27 Aug 2018 00:26

the thing is that I think it is more logic that the nameless king is Faraam AND Sen, in dark souls 2 we know that some gods are known by differents name dependig the region, plus he got rejected by gwen but still is the legitimate king since you must kill oceiros to access to him and Ornstein is no king and finally, (I don't remember if what I will say if facts or theory) Ornstein, like Havel, were with the nameless king before his treason, then Gwen made everyone forget him by destroying statues of him (because he's also probably the god of sun) and after that, he placed Ornstein with Smough not to protect Gwen's daughter, but just an illusion, which was really degrading for him since Smough is a cannibal executionner and that his task was'nt that important

How many times has sieglinde kill her father (seigmeyer). she has killed him before is this frlm demon souls or not? Because she mentions that she has to kill him again if he goes hollow, could siegmeyer be an undead, or has he been resurrected, i put this in sieglinde this as this could be her final quest as well and kill her father or be there for his death im unsure, because seigmeyer is already dead in ash lake when you go there in the final part of there quest and his/her sword is down next to him, also another part to him being undead and just resurrect, as you are unable to loot his corpse. (Dont know as i havent hit onion bro before).

Seiglinde final quest by Twisted foxes Twisted foxes , 06 Jul 2018 22:44

Could alivina be the cat ring from dark souls 2 and 3. As from dark souls and your going to save sif from the dungeon from oolice and you fall from the illusional ledge and you go do not take any fall damage as the what fog protects you from taking any damage but when you go back on that route you take damage from that fall. The cat ring does the same thing when you fall from great hights the same aurora comes around the player when cat ring is activated, this could be the fact when sif dies alivna has no reason to be in her cat from but wants to help the player/s through the world of darks souls 2 or 3 also another thing is that she could have been cursed and that have used her souls to put into a ring of a cat as her ability of protecting the player fall damage. The person or enemies in lordan is unknown but it could have a be a basikilist as they are cursed but does not kill the player and someone has transposed her into a ring.

Alvina and the cat ring by Twisted foxes Twisted foxes , 05 Jul 2018 10:35

the nameless king is just ornstein, i started thinking so because of several facts:
1 you find the dragonslayer spear in the gate connected to the after-bossfight zone
2 in the bossfight zone you find the dragonslayer set
3 nk has some ornstein's movesets, like the bash
4 you fight the dragonslayer's armor insteed of te dragonslayer at lothric's castle, that is just an empty armor
in fact ornstein, after being killed during ds1 has come back in ds2(probably as an undead), but he is not protecting anymore the princess, i think that after being killed for the first time he leaved his role as a guardian and dragonslayer and then decided to ally whit the dragons. reading the nk's description in fact we can read that he was an old dragonslayer, like ornstein. and in ds2 he is called "old" dragonslayer, i think that this is not just an age referral, because he doesen't seem really old too, but it's referred to the fact that he "was" a dragonslayer and now he's just a simple fighter, until in ds3 he went to the archdragon peak and decided to ally whit the dragons, rejecting everything he was

maximum1800maximum1800 22 Jan 2018 15:58
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Champion Gundyr

hey have you heard the theory that champion Gundyr had been doing the same journey as us but ended up arriving to late finding the fire keeper dead and the world faded

by maximum1800maximum1800, 22 Jan 2018 15:58
3FacedJanus3FacedJanus 11 Jan 2018 03:09
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Mergo's Wet Nurse

Well, guessing the author of the nonsensical last third of this page deleted my comment, but I'd rather not let it go because this is some of the worst conjecture related to soulsborne lore I've seen this side of DS2. Can't it just be deleted or filed under Theories?

by 3FacedJanus3FacedJanus, 11 Jan 2018 03:09

Thank you, the text has been updated accordingly.

by Souls LoreSouls Lore, 10 Jan 2018 04:33

The 30 dregs thing was proven to be false.

by 3FacedJanus3FacedJanus, 06 Jan 2018 18:09
BlarsnirBlarsnir 19 Dec 2017 01:52
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Stray Demon

Btw I got the demonfiresage= priest thing from a Dave control video

by BlarsnirBlarsnir, 19 Dec 2017 01:52
BlarsnirBlarsnir 19 Dec 2017 01:50
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Stray Demon

This is just speculation, but maybe the stray demon was locked up in there. I mean obviously he cannot get out. Him being “stray” probably means he defected from the demons, and was locked up for it. I also noted that his weapon is similar to the firesage, who was deduced to be a higher ranking demon. A priest of some sort maybe. I think this shows that the stray demon was once a similar ranking firesage, defected, and was locked up. He still can use the chaos flame to an extant with his area effects, but as he is not close to the chaos flame, the flame has clearly died down in him.

Theory? by BlarsnirBlarsnir, 19 Dec 2017 01:50

Unlikely. The sludge starts from where the corpse of the giant blacksmith is.

Re: Aldrich and anor londo by Leeho730Leeho730, 04 Nov 2017 20:06


Another interesting note from the interview was "Time is one of the central keywords we're keeping in mind as we create this."
So, even though the two places may not be the same geographically, there could certainly be ties culturally or otherwise that influenced them in similar ways.

I wouldn't suppose any conjunction between the Grave of Saints and the Tomb of Giants. From Software stated back before the release of Dark Souls 2, that the game takes place in a very different place than its predecessor. The developers stated, that

If Dark Souls was set in the North Pole, this one would be in the South Pole


The game is set in a different part of the same planet

See blog "Dark Souls 2 developer: If Dark Souls was set in the North Pole, this one would be in the South Pole" (Can't add link because of low Karma).

Additionally I wouldn't see any relation between both places only because a level designer resicles objects from Dark Souls in Dark Souls 2.

RakuyoRakuyo 10 Oct 2017 13:35
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Orphan of Kos

I think the story goes a bit like this: "A Kos Parasite is said to stimulate phantasms inhabiting a lumenwood."

When you look at the icon of the Kos Parasite, you may distinguish two entities.

There's a slug that's being stabbed with tentacles, and a flowery looking thing on top of it.

So I think the flowery thing is the Kos Parasite, and the slug is a phantasm "being stimulated".

So with the Milkweed Lumenwood you get three things, the lumenwood (plant), the phantasm (herbivore) and the Kos parasite (parasite)

That still leaves a lot of questions like: Why does Fishing Hamlet contain swarms of Phantasms, but no visible Kos Parasites?

Are the bulges on the Snail Women some kind of snail organs, or a Kos Parasite? And if it's the parasite, then are the Snail Women Phantasms?

As for the editing, I just can't go around correcting lore texts on every wiki, and I'm already very busy on Fextralife.

I'd rather have these kinds of discussions and let authors edit their own texts, rather than changing stuff behind their backs.

by RakuyoRakuyo, 10 Oct 2017 13:35

Definitely! Not sure how this page got overlooked. Thanks for calling it out.

Re: ? by Souls LoreSouls Lore, 09 Oct 2017 10:43

Thanks! You should see an "Edit" link at the bottom of the page. If not, message me and I'll check the permissions.
Definitely feel free to post and edit as much you want. :)

Re: How can I help? by Souls LoreSouls Lore, 09 Oct 2017 10:42
Souls LoreSouls Lore 09 Oct 2017 10:40
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Orphan of Kos

Here are some facts, though it may not exactly answer the question.

"A Kos Parasite is said to stimulate phantasms inhabiting a lumenwood."
Using the Milkweed rune, one can transform into a Lumenwood, which activates with Kos Parasite to unleash a devastating set of attacks.
Phantasms are also known as invertebrates, and are said to be "augurs of the Great Ones".
The Orphan of Kos, from which the parasite is obtained, is the offpsring of a Great One.

by Souls LoreSouls Lore, 09 Oct 2017 10:40
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