A War Machine of Terrible Implication

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A War Machine of Terrible Implication

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  • #29559

    Oh look, a rekt cannon.

    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/deepest-dark-mod-0-1-build-7544/ Deepest Dark - for everyone finding the current game unchallenging.

    #29561
    Daimera
    Daimera
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    Welp, that’s gonna hurt.

    Wherein I occasionally draw fanart and/or attempt to write a fanfic. Pick your poison (or don't, and possibly survive).

    #29608

    AceBackwards
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    Why do fusiliers hate me so :'(

    By Nature's Hand, By Craft, By Art.
    What Once Was One. Now Fly Apart.
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    #29636
    zehren
    zehren
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    One of the Cove bosses, I suppose?

    Looks neat.

    #29642
    Skylord_Elberich
    Skylord_Elberich
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    Damn brigands.

    Flesh and Blood, Hell and Horror.
    Life and Death in their purest form.

    #29649

    Agrivar
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    I would be extremely pleased if, instead of a new boss, that illustration would be a representation of a Town Event consisting in brigands attacking the hamlet.

    Not very likely, I know. But one can dream…

    #29657

    Mezla
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    it’s most likely the Brigand Barricade the devs mentioned in another update, so a Weald boss. it totally rocks, but that also means that the big Ancient we saw in the last update’s picture (with the Formless Flesh and the Gibbering Prophet) is probably a Cove boss, or even a end-game boss !

    #29729

    warhammer651
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    I’m not apologizing

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    #29730
    zehren
    zehren
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    it’s most likely the Brigand Barricade the devs mentioned in another update, so a Weald boss. it totally rocks, but that also means that the big Ancient we saw in the last update’s picture (with the Formless Flesh and the Gibbering Prophet) is probably a Cove boss, or even a end-game boss !

    Wowzie! That’s pretty interesting! Where it was mentioned?

    Also, I’m pretty sure that the Gibbering Prophet is a Ruins boss.

    #29762

    warmachine
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    This looks promising. The game has a good setting of a hamlet that’s turned monstrous but doesn’t seem like it’s going to get worse. Bandits moving a war machine to attack the hamlet? That’ll do it.

    #29803

    Okay, so this is the Weald boss. Formless Flesh is Warrens. So either the Gibbering Prophet or the Horror-esque being from the original poster are for the Ruins.

    The Gibbering Prophet looked like he’d surely be in the Weald. The Horror-esque being for the Ruins since the Ruins are the closest thing to the Dungeon, so it could be a taste of what you’d eventually find in the Dungeon. But if not then it still means either this is not a boss, or there are four bosses with this release. Which means they either put two new bosses in one area or added something new to the Cove. I thought it was still locked though? What would be the point of advertising a boss that would be put into a locked area then.

    Honestly I hope that at the least, among all my concepts, the development team instates the Forlorn Scholar into the game. I legitimately do not want to ever fight any of these bosses because I know it’s virtually a suicide run. Either the boss gimmicks need to be balanced so that they aren’t as punishing to certain parties and play-styles, or the Scholar needs to arrive so that players can be as prepared as Scar and the hyenas were.

    Game Content Expansion Concepts:
    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/wrath-of-the-heir-expansion/
    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/the-deep-horrors-mini-expansion/
    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/dark-halls-mini-expansion/

    #29987

    Nive
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    The giant tentacled mass behind the pig-monster and the prophet is part of the pig-monster.
    There’s a second pig shape behind the prophet facing towards the ground, you can see a tiny pig leg above one of the swords in the prophet’s back, plus there’s more of the beady black eyes on it as well.

    #30003

    The giant tentacled mass behind the pig-monster and the prophet is part of the pig-monster.
    There’s a second pig shape behind the prophet facing towards the ground, you can see a tiny pig leg above one of the swords in the prophet’s back, plus there’s more of the beady black eyes on it as well.

    How does pointing out parts of the Formless Flesh’s body on the poster, prove the Horror-esque being is part of it..? That doesn’t even make any sense unless the first and second line of your post are not talking about the same thing.

    There are no areas of the poster that show that the Formless Flesh and Horror-esque being are linked, and the Formless Flesh having an expansive body was very obvious already. Considering that it’s not as if anything else on the poster has a similar body texture that could be confused with parts of it belonging to something else.

    The Swine beings were born from failed necromancy experiments, it doesn’t make any sense that the Formless Flesh would be attached to something that wouldn’t have even been on the surface world when the Flesh was created. They also look nothing alike and would be profoundly obtuse to look at, there literally is no evidence to even remotely support them being attached, I have no idea what you were thinking you were saying.

    I hope they aren’t attached, in the extremely unlikely event they will be. They simply just don’t look like they should be connected at all, from both a lore and visual perspective.

    Game Content Expansion Concepts:
    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/wrath-of-the-heir-expansion/
    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/the-deep-horrors-mini-expansion/
    http://www.darkestdungeon.com/topic/dark-halls-mini-expansion/

    #30011
    Lucidique
    Lucidique
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    Can’t wait 😀

    #30364

    Nive
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    The Swine aren’t failed necromancy experiments. They’re failed conjuration experiments. They tried using pigs as conduits to summon otherworldly beings.

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