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A cursed warrior travels to Drangleic, the forgotten land of a once-great king, hoping to find a cure before going insane.

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Amy Nolan ...
Young Shanalotte (voice)
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Chancellor Wellager (voice)
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Captain Drummond (voice)
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Felkin the Outcast (voice)
Anna Barry ...
Griant (voice)
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Weaponsmith Ornifex / Tillo (voice)
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Royal Sorceror Navlaan (voice)
Carina Reeves ...
Rosabeth of Melfia / Milfanito (voice)
Christopher Tester ...
Manscorpion Tark / Imprisoned Milfanito (voice) (as Chris Tester)
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Titchy Gren (voice)
Connor Byrne ...
Laddersmith Gilligan (voice)
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Blue Sentinel Targray (voice)
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Sweet Shalquoir (voice)
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Nashandra (voice)
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Carhillion of the Fold (voice)
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A cursed warrior travels to Drangleic, the forgotten land of a once-great king, hoping to find a cure before going insane.

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Go beyond death.


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Some speculate that Mild Mannered Pate is actually Patches, a recurring character in the 'Soulsborne' franchise See more »

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Sweet Shalquoir: Have you made friends with the man by the sea? Has has lost everything, absolutely everything!
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Referenced in Previously Recorded: Bloodborne (2015) See more »

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Welcome to the souls experience!
8 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

From the acclaimed developer "From Software" comes one of the most anticipated video games of all time; Dark Souls 2; the third installment of the souls series. The souls is a franchise which tests your patience and skill equally and rewarding you handsomely for doing so. Except for some pro's out there, some people might not be aware of the reason why this game is so popular; Its' brutally punishing difficulty. You might slam your fists on your keyboard or throw your consoles across the room but at the same time you may dance around the house. The game balances difficulty really well, whilst you may find yourself learning from your mistakes each time you die.

If you are new to the souls series I would recommend you to follow the ign guide for Dark Souls 2.

Happy rage quitting!


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