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Dark Souls 3: The Complete Walkthrough for Every Boss and Area


Dark Souls 3: A Guide to the Ultimate Action RPG Experience




If you are looking for a challenging, rewarding, and immersive game that will test your skills and creativity, look no further than Dark Souls 3. This game is the third and final installment in the critically acclaimed Dark Souls series, created by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. In this article, we will give you an overview of what Dark Souls 3 is, why you should play it, and how to get the most out of it. Whether you are a veteran of the series or a newcomer, we hope this guide will help you enjoy this masterpiece of gaming.




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Introduction




What is Dark Souls 3?




Dark Souls 3 is an action role-playing game that is played in a third-person perspective. You control a character known as the Ashen One, who is tasked with finding and returning the Lords of Cinder, powerful beings who once linked the First Flame, the source of life in the world. The game is set in a dark and decaying world called Lothric, where you will encounter various enemies, bosses, allies, and secrets. The game is known for its high difficulty level, complex combat system, rich lore, and atmospheric design.


Why should you play Dark Souls 3?




There are many reasons why you should play Dark Souls 3, but here are some of the main ones:


  • It is a satisfying challenge. The game does not hold your hand or spoon-feed you information. You have to learn from your mistakes, experiment with different strategies, and overcome seemingly impossible odds. The game rewards your skill, patience, and perseverance with a sense of accomplishment that few games can match.



  • It is a deep and varied game. The game offers you a lot of freedom and customization in how you play. You can choose from different classes, weapons, armor, spells, items, and covenants that suit your play style and preferences. You can also explore different paths, areas, secrets, and endings that change depending on your choices and actions.



  • It is a beautiful and immersive game. The game features stunning graphics, sound effects, music, and voice acting that create a captivating atmosphere. The game also has a rich lore and story that are told through environmental clues, item descriptions, NPC dialogues, and cutscenes. The game invites you to discover its mysteries and secrets by paying attention to the details.



Gameplay




Combat




The core of Dark Souls 3's gameplay is its combat system. The combat is fast-paced, fluid, and strategic. You have to balance offense and defense, as well as stamina management, positioning, timing, and enemy behavior. Here are some of the main aspects of combat:


Weapons and armor




The game offers you a wide variety of weapons and armor to choose from. Each weapon has its own moveset, damage type, range, speed, weight, durability, special ability, upgrade path, and infusion option. You can equip up to three weapons in each hand (left hand for shields or secondary weapons; right hand for primary weapons or catalysts) and switch between them on the fly. You can also dual-wield certain weapons or use them in two-handed mode for more damage or reach.


Armor affects your defense, poise (resistance to stagger), weight Armor affects your defense, poise (resistance to stagger), weight, and appearance. You can equip up to four pieces of armor (head, chest, hands, and legs) and mix and match them as you like. The weight of your equipment affects your movement speed and rolling ability. If your equipment load is below 30%, you can perform a fast roll; if it is between 30% and 70%, you can perform a normal roll; if it is above 70%, you can perform a slow roll. You want to avoid the slow roll as much as possible, as it makes you more vulnerable to attacks.


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Magic and miracles




The game also allows you to use magic and miracles to enhance your combat options. Magic is divided into three types: sorcery, pyromancy, and dark. Sorcery uses intelligence as its main stat and focuses on casting spells that deal magic damage or buff your weapons or defenses. Pyromancy uses both intelligence and faith as its main stats and focuses on casting spells that deal fire damage or inflict status effects. Dark uses both intelligence and faith as its main stats but in a different way than pyromancy, and focuses on casting spells that deal dark damage or drain the enemy's health or stamina.


Miracles use faith as their main stat and focus on casting spells that heal, buff, or protect yourself or your allies, or deal lightning damage or inflict status effects on your enemies. To use magic or miracles, you need to equip a catalyst in your hand (a staff for sorcery, a flame for pyromancy, a chime or talisman for miracles, or a special weapon for dark) and attune the spells you want to use at a bonfire. You also need to have enough FP (focus points) to cast the spells, which can be restored by using an ashen estus flask.


Dodging and blocking




One of the most important skills in Dark Souls 3 is dodging and blocking. Dodging allows you to avoid incoming attacks by rolling or sprinting in any direction. When you dodge, you have a brief window of invincibility that lets you pass through the enemy's attack without taking damage. However, dodging consumes stamina, so you have to manage it carefully. Blocking allows you to reduce or negate the damage of incoming attacks by using a shield or a weapon in your left hand. When you block, you have to pay attention to the stability of your shield or weapon, which determines how much stamina you lose when blocking. If your stamina runs out while blocking, you will be staggered and vulnerable to a critical attack.


Exploration




Another core aspect of Dark Souls 3's gameplay is its exploration. The game features a vast and interconnected world that is full of secrets, surprises, and dangers. You can explore the world at your own pace and in any order you want, as long as you have the necessary items or keys to access certain areas. Here are some of the main aspects of exploration:


Bonfires and shortcuts




Bonfires are the checkpoints of the game. They allow you to rest, replenish your health and estus flasks, level up, attune spells, travel between bonfires, and respawn enemies. However, resting at a bonfire also resets any progress you made in the area, such as opening doors or chests, killing enemies or bosses, or activating switches or levers. Therefore, you have to be careful when and where you rest.


Shortcuts are hidden paths or passages that connect different areas of the game. They allow you to skip certain sections of the game, access new areas or items, or create a faster route back to a bonfire. Shortcuts are usually unlocked by opening doors or gates, breaking walls or floors, moving elevators or bridges, or killing certain enemies or bosses. Shortcuts are very useful for saving time and resources, especially when exploring new areas or facing tough enemies.


Secrets and hidden areas




The game is full of secrets and hidden areas that reward your curiosity and exploration skills. Secrets are usually found by examining suspicious objects or locations, such as illusory walls that can be revealed by hitti


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