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  1. After saying how dying in a world will affect its tendency. So it is strongly implied. This was all in response to why the message telling you to roll at the top of the nexus could be seen as helpful.
  2. I did say, “might”. Also, I did this after giving some pros and cons.
  3. If you die in human form outside the nexus you move that world tendency towards black, making it more difficult. (there are positives too though) Killing a boss moves that world tendency towards white, making that world easier. At pure white and pure black new things happen. So after regaining human form, after defeating a boss, you might want to return to the nexus and commit suicide.
  4. That’s genuinely very helpful advice given the world tendency mechanic!
  5. The Crescent Falchion scales with magic.
  6. Completed (well finished for the first time) Demon’s Souls. Absolutely loved it. I’ve completed Dark Souls (and the remastered Dark Souls NG++++) and Bloodborne. I think Demon’s Souls is my favourite. I love the way souls games infiltrate your thinking, you find yourself pondering over strategies and builds and weapon paths even when you’re not playing the game! I’m looking forward to NG+; before killing the last boss I was getting my inventory all ready for the next play through. I think Demon’s Souls is the easiest of the souls games I’ve played, but still challenging enough to be fun. If yo
  7. I had different piles of books to use as weights on the tape deck to load different games on the C64. Fun times.
  8. Only if they are quite advanced. (I'm no expert on childhood development though.)
  9. I've received the email from Amazon too! Excitement +1.
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