Sword. Bcat - Stands for the catalyst Beatrice's Catalyst BEO - Stands for the consumable Blue Eye Orb won hundred oslo BK - Stands for the weapon Bandit's Knife, although it can stand for the weapon Butcher Knife in specific contexts. Many players will repetitively travel throughout certain areas of the game in hopes of gathering a rare item from a particular enemy such. Example of okizeme attacks (often themselves referred to as "okizemes" or "okis in Dark Souls is swinging your heavy weapon (or casting a spell) while the opponent are getting up (and thus unable to do anything) and timed it so that the attack connects right. The immense mathematical incentive to wear this armor has been met with controversy, sometimes being blamed for inhibiting aesthetic creativity and diversity.
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Fishing - Seeking to perform one action rather than fighting as normal, typically multiple times in a row. DMT - Stands for the talisman Darkmoon Talisman dsgb - Stands for the weapon Dragonslayer Greatbow DSS - Stands for the weapon Dragonslayer Spear DWG/dwgr - Stands for the ring Dark Wood Grain Ring, also known as the "Flip Ring" EF - Stands for the. Aggro - Possibly short for "Aggravate it is the action of provoking an enemy or NPC into attempting to engage combat with the player. The Dark Souls equivalent of the Demon's Souls' Black Phantom is ". In Dark Souls, this terminology usually applies to host players who summon phantom(s) and deliberately hudlege kongsvinger waits for an invasion to happen so that the invader usually ends up in a 1v2 or 1v3 situation. Giant Dad - Similar to "Giant MoM an often-derogatory term denoting players who combine the.
"getting a jump on the invader/host. Farming - Exploring a particular area to hopefully grab many rare items from enemies or collect souls. Gonker - Similar to "Ganker denotes players who team up on an invader while playing through PvE. Whiffing an attack usually makes your character open to counter attacks.