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Demon's Souls Strategy Guide: The Bosses of the Stonefang Tunnels

Demon's Souls is as unforgiving as it is beautiful and innovative, so to the help with the former, GamerSydrome is here to lend a hand with some tips and strategy that may very well keep you from breaking your controller against a nearby wall. In this guide we take a look at the bosses in the second area of the game, the Stonefang Tunnels.

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-Alpha3202d ago (Edited 3202d ago )

I don't find this article necessary since it's not really important... but I like Demon's Souls so I'll post away:

The bosses of stonefang tunnel were pretty easy after some trial and error (obviously).

I had help with the Spider. I don't even think I did anything to take it down.

Flamelurker was so easy-- you simply needed to come prepared for the fight: tons of arrows or better yet, magic. Spam him to death and roll around a lot. Hell if your quick enough you can remove all your armor for speed and simply spam him with soul arrow. Flamelurker is seriously easy. In Tower of Latria the Fool's Idol is even easier.

Dragon God was more of a puzzle than a fight. This article didn't even give you a proper strategy to beat him! Your supposed to hide around the rocks and watch his eyes. They turn a different color when he sees you. If you remain hidden from his sight he will scan the area. Basically, study his pattern and keep moving ahead when he isn't looking. If he sees you and his eyes turn a different color either run back to the last hiding spot or if you think you can make it, move to the next hiding spot. The hiding spots are just the rubble of rock pillars. If you are quick enough he will lose track of you. He roars before he attacks so that's the time you run to hide. be careful trying to rambo through if he sees you: he will block you with one of his hands so you can't escape.

Myze3201d ago (Edited 3201d ago )

Considering there was a wikia available for the game that's completely accurate and gives great strategies (better than this guide), before it was even released in the US, I find this superfluous, not to mention late to the party. (no offense to the article though, as it's not like one site has rights to post strategies)