Ryuu @ryuu ?active 1 week, 1 day ago
My day was filled with work followed by getting a “your order was cancelled” email from Digital River for Ni no Kuni Wizards Edition. Calling their customer service and being told sorry can’t help you so here’s 20 off your next purchase as if I’ll ever order from any company that uses them Fucking Namco I wanted that game.
Yeah, everything started working again for me at least.
Jigsy and Ryuu, could you indicate what browser you are using and whether this occurs on other browsers or another connection, and if you have any particular software or network environment which might be intervening?
I’m using firefox 18.0, I have the same issue on chrome. Though everything worked fine when i used tor.
I have the same issue, I’m using firefox. Though it does work on my phone (using wi-fi).
I also read sexiest.
The grind is a chore but I need the creds.
Google has a shopping search, click [url=https://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=Tales+of+Vesperia&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbo=u&tbm=shop&fp=945ea473935e045b]more » shopping[/url] and it will show you the product prices of various shops.
I did not know about this and will use it sometime in the near future thanks for the aid.
Newegg – $28[/url]
[url=http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Vesperia-Xbox-360/dp/B0015HZLVA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331673892&sr=8-1]Amazon – $33[/url]
Thank You very much
Anyone know where I can get a new copy of Tales of Vesperia at a reasonable price.
I got nothing, but I had bought myself an Xbox 360 to have all current gen consoles.
You think that also has something to do with the crappy frame-rate issues?
Why don't you try getting invaded by the Forest Hippies now, there isn't a level restriction on it. I was owning so many hippies usually its the same ones and it was pretty fun especially that I was in the Darkwraiths and started stealing the humanity from any sucker that invaded XD
I don’t think the servers have anything to do with the frame rate issues. That seems to be a problem with the game, hopefully From Software releases a patch to fix that problem.
I would take on the forest covenant but I need better gear first. Made a thief and am sticking to daggers and longswords so I don’t have the best gear right now. I’ll start being more active in pvp when I’m leveled enough to take on Demon’s forge.
Homie you have the same problem I had when I played DS, I also needed those stones, Bladestone is pure luck; I still have nightmares with the incessant grinding for the Marrowstones from those giant ticks, Cloudstone was 50/50 fun cuz I got to use a awesome sword to play with then it got annoying. But man when you get the Platinum you can look back and think "wow I mastered a said to be a punishing game" :)
Speaking of Platinums I just got it for Dark Souls just a moment ago, my torment can rest now.
A word of advice try to get to DarkMoon +1 to get the miracle before get too strong. At my level it is extremely rare to invade a guilty player and so it took my whole day to grind those damn Souvenirs of Reprisal from those half-breed Birdman abominations, who also very rarely drops it. :P
Dark Souls servers are terrible compared to Demon’s Souls (P2P servers instead of a dedicated server). I always enjoyed a good invasion (it got the heart pumping) but I’ve only been invaded once in Dark Souls. The forest covenant was fun for awhile but one of the npc’s fell off the cliff and I was kicked out.
Isn't that what a RPG is about?
Think of it through your character's point of view. You're a demon hunter who perished on a mission, brought to the Nexus, don't know squat whats going on, and has to figure it out yourself
Damn straight, the only thing I hate about Demon’s Souls is the god awful drop rates of certain items. I mean how the hell was I suppose to get a pureblade stone with a 1/200 drop rate (took 3 days of farming the black phantom dual wielding black skeletons). I still need to find 3 chunks of marrow and 2 chunks of cloud to platinum the game.
Back story does not make a good game plot if it's not woven into the game itself.
It was all there, you had to go out and discover the story for yourself. Nothing was given to you. You inspected your items (it gave a bit of history), you talked to the npc's, you had to actually find the story. That's what made the game different.
It made the Demon’s Souls community different since everyone was pitching in to try and discover the entire story behind the game.
The "how they came to be" part may be true but "why" part is lacking.
Why was explained when you started a new game, they said you heard of the plight of Boletaria from Vallarfax of the royal Twin Fangs who managed to get out of the fog. Many brave warriors attempted to breach the fog and save Boletaria while others were swayed at the prospect of harnessing the demon’s souls, either way many were lost to the fog.
the game has no plot. After 20 hours, you barely interact with 3 people…
Did you find Biorr of the Twin Fang, Yuria the Witch, Saint Urbain, Ostrava of Boletaria, Sage Freke, Yurt the Silent Chief, Old King Doran, Satsuki, etc., there was many people to interact with.
This seems more like background info rather than the plot.
It gives you the reason why you fight the demons and how they came to be.
I know that, wait Sif? it wasn't it just the Great Sword&Shield?
I know I need the third playthrough to get the bloody Titanite Slabs for crystal which is the last weapon to make; I need my other file to get all spells cuz my current one is a faith build
So what SLvL are you?
It depends on what you find fun; For me it was very rewarding to have beaten Demon Souls several times and some classes I didn't need to rely on magic. But it just feels great to beat a game that tries to anger you, I love to imagine pissing the game off
I'm soul level 61, first playthrough Dark Souls. You need Sif's soul 3 times to make two Great Swords (one is cursed) and the shield.
Demon’s Souls Story:
The world was once victim to a previous scourge of Demons in an ancient past before King Allant came to the throne. The Old One, an entity of unfathomable power, had awakened the bane of existence into the world, unleashing terrible Demons that ripped the land asunder, consequently exterminating half of humankind. Those that would become the Monumentals sought to spare the land from further harm, and combined with their knowledge of Soul Arts, returned the Old One back to its slumber. To divide the lands amidst different regions and to return life to where there was none, they ordered Archstones be constructed and placed throughout the world, all of which were connected to a central Archstone used for inter-regional travel.
Amidst the realm of reality and death exists a place known as the Nexus, a hub for the souls whom traverse the ethereal worlds hoping to reclaim their bodies. Below the Nexus sleeps the Old One, offering the promise of limitless prosperity to any that gives him or herself up to it. King Allant the XII of Boletaria dreamed of bringing eternal wealth to his mighty kingdom, and thus gave himself wholly to the Old One’s will, awakening it from its long slumber. Prosperity did not befall Boletaria, but instead the colorless fog of chaos and calamity blanketed the lands, and those still living were soon no longer among the sane.
The many former-citizens of Boletaria once prayed to God to grant them divinity in life. Among the most notable figureheads of the Kingdom’s parish were Saint Urbain, a highly respected man of great spiritual knowledge and an abundance of faith, and the Sixth Saint Astraea, a divine Maiden worshipped for her purity. Urbain’s followers revered him as being in direct communion with God, and through him they believed His message was delivered. It is Urbain’s belief that the Demons were placed into Boletaria, and the fog consumed the Kingdom, as a test from God, and that all must use His miracles to banish the soul-thirsty horde.
The Boletarian Palace became home to the might of two fire-breathing dragons, and the three heroes of Boletaria transformed by the demonic fog. The Kingdom was once privileged to house it’s finest heroes: Alfred, the Knight of the Tower; Metas, the Knight of the Lance, and Long Bow Oolan, who commanded a legion of archers. Their physical bodies were twisted and distorted into demonic entities while their souls remained to guard the pathway leading to their False King – a demonic embodiment of the true King Allant.
Stonefang Tunnel was an excavation site under the control of King Allant. The miners who devoted their lives to the soldiers of Boletaria remained stubborn in their fruitless efforts to support the king, and rather than attempt to flee when the fog approached, they remained behind. Now devoid of sentience and soul, they mindlessly continue to chisel away at the tunnels. The caves create a maze-like system beneath the excavation ground worthy of its name “The Tunnel City.” Rumors of the tunnels sitting on the shrine of an ancient dragon are abound; the ancestors of the excavators were said to have worshipped and revered the dragon as a god. At its core sits a temple devoted to a fire demon whose flames are said to be the very essence from which blacksmithing was begun.
[b]Tower of Latria[/b]
The Tower of Latria was a shrine devoted to the Ivory Queen in the lands neighboring Boletaria. With her husband, Latria ruled her kingdom – encompassing a penitentiary, a church, and the great tower itself – to the great adoration and respect of her people. Latria banished her husband from the lands for unknown reasons, and when the fog bathed the kingdom, Latria’s husband found himself filled with a terrible and vengeful lust. He soon discovered the source of his mad desires – a beautiful and flowing golden garb that seemed to beckon his name. When he put the robe on, a rage filled within him. The old man returned and ordered his wife exiled from her own kingdom and her family imprisoned in the cells Latria formerly governed. In each cell block, the old man commanded inhuman guards to keep watch over the tortured prisoners for eternity. He oversaw the construction of an idol made in his wife’s image to give false hope to the inmates, and with the masses of flesh accumulated throughout the years, the old man has begun creating his own army of demons, among them the ravenous Man Eaters. Suspended from the middle of the tower is a large, mechanical heart, constructed in an effort to help maintain the old man’s own existence. The souls of the damned inside of the prison are used as life-giving sustenance to keep the heart beating. In time, the old man’s body began to whither and decay, and the golden garb – the true source of the old man’s demonic rage – beckoned a new host. With the old man rid of the robe’s life-force, he breathed his last gasp of air.
[b]Shrine of Storms[/b]
The Shrine of Storms was an isolated land where pagans would go to worship the god of Storms, and where legends of fallen heroes were mourned. The colorless fog released a flood of souls from the many catacombs, which soon found hosts in the skeletal remains littered across the island. Tales of great pagan deities and Boletarian folklore gave birth to reality as the Shrine is now home to fiction-made-flesh. Adjudicator, the great Judge of the Deceased, awaits the passing of a new hero to begin the process of purification before the soul is given up as a sacrifice to the great Storm King, a mighty beast that soars high above the island’s ancestral burial ground. The Storm King himself is merely the embodiment of the ideas of an ancient pagan civilization, given corporeal form by the colorless fog. Deep inside the ruins of the Shrine of Storms is a burial ground devoted to the legend of a great and nameless Hero who now blindly continues his lust for power and fame, he as well a legend of a distant generation perpetuated by the pagan rituals.
[b]Valley of Defilement[/b]
The Valley of Defilement is a wretched home for the abused and neglected citizens of Boletaria. A dumping ground for the Kingdom’s unholy, the Valley became notorious as a place where one could leave the fetus of an unwanted child to rot in the festering swamps. Hearing of the Valley’s dreadful circumstance, the Sixth Saint Astraea took it upon herself and, along with her companions, The Holy Knight Lizaia, The Moonlight Knight Bito, and Garl Vinland, traveled there in hopes of freeing the depraved souls consumed by the fog. The mindless drones that now remain in the Valley will violently attack any who threaten them in hopes of claiming souls to offer up to the great Maiden who showed them compassion. In the deepest pits of the Valley are born two vile demons out of the putrilage and plague that lingers in the deadly bog. It is said that Astraea pledged herself to the will of a Demon’s Soul to help ease the pain of the suffering, rather than to accept the aid of a cruel God who would allow such a place to exist.
The Northern Lands were once home to the race of mighty giants. They lived in relative peace with the rest of Boletaria, until the thick, colorless fog swept in and blanketed their domain. The Northern Lands were the first to succumb to the spread of Demons, and in an effort to contain the madness, Boletaria sent hundreds of thousands of its finest knights to the great kingdom to fend off the threat. The effort was for naught, and the Archstone connecting to this land was later destroyed as a last-ditch attempt to contain the chaos. It did not succeed.
AWESOME! a Dark Soul's Thread
I'm already on my second play through aiming for the plat
I'm would like to help, if anyone is around SLvL 153
Then again I have another file thats still in its early stages SLvL 30
When you get to the high levels it gets lonely you start to see less and less players willing to help, I was force to beat the bosses on me own
It will take 3 playthroughs to platinum dark souls since you need 3 Sif’s soul to make weapons and a shield.
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