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#5 - You can't be invaded once you beat the area boss.  [+] (11 replies) 07/24/2014 on When I beat a boss alone in... +76
#43 - kittywithclaws (07/24/2014) [-]
I got used to being safe after bosses in dark souls. Beat Duke's Dear Freja, no estus, hardly any health, made my way to the bonfire after, and I see this mother fucker. "There's no way they'd have an enemy after a main boss" I think to myself, "I'll just go and talk to him"

Big mistake
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#14 - theugandanhero (07/24/2014) [-]
Or at least once you make it into the boss fog
#6 - zukabazuka (07/24/2014) [-]
Dark soul? Correct.
Dark Soul 2? Actually you can invade someone who has beaten the boss. Its just not a priority for the game unless you are the only one alive at that area.
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#8 - angelious (07/24/2014) [-]
there is usually a bonfire right after the fight.and the area with the boss fight is non invadable
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#20 - manofiron (07/24/2014) [-]
Again, this was true for Dark Souls. It's different in DS 2. I can confirm, that is possible for people to invade your world even after you've defeated the area boss.
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#21 - angelious (07/24/2014) [-]
i said nothing about not being able to invade after defeating area boss

but the arena where you FIGHT the area boss.automatically stops people from invading you(except looking glass) and the area after that is usually either so near bonfire it would not matter OR its a non invadable area.
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#7 - fatspartan (07/24/2014) [-]
That, and he could have beaten a secondary/optional boss like Smelter Demon or the Old Deagonslayer
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#54 - instalation (07/24/2014) [-]
I want to know how the smelter demon is optional. I know if you get enough souls he is, but is there another reason he's optional?
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#55 - fatspartan (07/24/2014) [-]
If you turn off the furnace in the center of the room pre-demon. There is a ladder inside the furnace that you can take that will lead you through an alternate path where all you haft to deal with (instead of the Smelter Demon) is a single Captain
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#56 - instalation (07/24/2014) [-]
Holy shit. I never knew about this. Smelter isn't hard, just didn't know he was optional.
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#57 - fatspartan (07/24/2014) [-]
Honestly, it's alot better to take on the Smelter Demon. The bypass goes by the Bonfire right past the demon. That and you miss the opportunity to take on the Pursuer for the Ring of Blades+1
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#30 - >I point back to where it was >T-There is is >…  [+] (2 replies) 07/11/2014 on How Was Camp Son? +1
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#31 - precision (07/11/2014) [-]
Jesus Christ, a kid put a knife to your throat at fucking summer camp? Fuckkkk that.
#37 - cullination (07/11/2014) [-]
Alright story numbah 3

>Day 2 of camp
>Just chilling at camp in the afternoon
>Brian comes walking in
>tells us we have to build a raft for a campwide event
>we have only ten poles and some twine to make this raft
>we get to work on it
>30 minutes later, kevin and brian come back with 3 industrial sized spools of twine, all about the size of a coffee can
>apparently they convinced the staff to give it to them
>Apparently theres about 2-3 miles of twine on each spool
>brian, kevin, and ian take over the project
>about another half hour later the whole raft is covered in twine
>they made a mast, sail, everything
>we bring it down to the lakefront
>we begin the race
>ian and brian are paddeling the raft across the water as it slowly sinks
>apparently we had so much twine on it that the weight of all the water it soaked up brought it down
>we were disqualified from the race
>the lifeguards kept diving down, but couldn't bring the raft back up
>the camp lost at least $80 dollars in twine and about another $30-40 in the wood
>since then, our troop was never given even a single yard of twine ever again