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Editado por superzeroIT: 3/5/2017 7:11:49 PM
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Any dark souls 3 the ringed city theories?

Just wanted to know if any souls lore enthusiasts have any theories on the upcoming dlc.[quote]far fetched theory ahead![/quote] My theory is that what the painter in ariandel is painting the world of bloodborne. We know that Gael is searching the dark soul because the painter needs "pigments". I think that the dark soul [u]of man[/u] would create a world populated by humans, like the real world in bloodborne, bringing about the age of dark/man. However i can't explain the hunter's dream/nightmare and the creatures that populate them; perhaps the influence of the other "pigments" used in the painting.(i remember it having some parts with what looked like blood) [quote]far fetched theory is far fetched[/quote] Fellow soulsbourne enthusiasts, enlighten me with your theories. Last but not least:[spoiler]PRAISE THE SUN!!!\[T]/[/spoiler]

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  • I expect kaathe. At the end of andriel there is a statue of a hooded snake if i recall. I feel as though this means we will fight a dragon (snake+ egg shell in trailer) and snakes become dragons in dark souls. We always get a dragon in a souls. Im also hoping to have alot of exposure to these abyss enemies you really only see in the beginning. Was very dissapointing.

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    • I'd really like a DLC that adds areas to Anor Londo and brings back areas in Dark Souls 2. The plot would center around figuring out what happened to Gwynevere after she left the Cathedral of Blue. You ever notice the Cathedral of Blue has similar architecture to Anor Londo? [spoiler]In case you don't know, Gwynevere and Ornstein were illusions in the first game. The real ones fled to Drangliec and built the Cathedral of Blue, where you fight the real Ornstein in DS2. It isn't made clear what happened to Gwynevere, although Ornstein stayed.[/spoiler] It sounds cool, and it keeps with the theme of constant fan service in Dark Souls 3.

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      • Editado por Vizard: 3/5/2017 7:45:37 PM
        We fight velka and if we win.....we get her boobies 😉 [spoiler]think gwinevere but dark[/spoiler]

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        • I think it will be a mash up of locations from all 3 games (Kinda Like the Revalations Zombie map in BO3) So you could be travelling though Blighttown and end up in Majula...

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          • If there is no Giants armour and Mask of the Father the DLC will be a 0/10

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            • The Ringed City better be Londor.

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            • [quote]Just wanted to know if any souls lore enthusiasts have any theories on the upcoming dlc. My theory is that what the painter in ariandel is painting the world of bloodborne. We know that Gael is searching the dark soul because the painter needs "pigments". I think that the dark soul [u]of man[/u] would create a world populated by humans, like the real world in bloodborne, bringing about the age of dark/man. However i can't explain the hunter's dream/nightmare and the creatures that populate them; perhaps the influence of the other "pigments" used in the painting.(i remember it having some parts with what looked like blood) Fellow soulsbourne enthusiasts, enlighten me with your theories, and if you want, point out any problems in my far fetched theory. Last but not least:[spoiler]PRAISE THE SUN!!!\[T]/[/spoiler][/quote] No. No. No. No. Sorry, but no. I don't mean to be crude, but please no on the majority of that. SOUL lore enthusiasts don't mix Souls and Bourne together. Completely different times/worlds/locations that do not cross at all. This has been explained already like Demon Souls. Now that that is out of the way: The girl rescued in Ariandel (the painter) is speculated to be the one who painted both that world and Ariamas. Both locations are similar in architecture, lore, and location, but are completely different places. That is where the paintings end, no more said about it. Could be, but the new location doesn't fit the theme of the rest. That being said, I doubt the City will have anything to do with the painter. Ringed relates to some kind of bell, church possibly. From the trailer, we are going to somewhere underground, dark, with fire. Underground city kind of place. Honestly, the trailer did not leave much to go off, unlike Ariandel that screamed Prascilla. Honestly, I need to watch the trailer again, but I've got nothing as of now that is close to a logical theory.

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              • They're not gonna bridge a multiplat and an exclusive. Not gonna happen.

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              • You shouldn't remove your theory because someone says "no". Put that thing back up! >:T I do disagree however. While it's not too far fetched that Bloodborne could be the Age of Dark, I don't think it's a painting. Ariandel, Ariamis, both have several similarities that Bloodborne does not. First "aria", second; snow, third; crow people, fourth; rot. Bloodborne has none of that.

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