Lucien’s Gaming Clips: Bloodborne: The Old Hunters DLC (Orphan of Kos Fight)

I am so glad that I decided to start sharing my boss fights.  Especially for a game like Bloodborne.  This game’s insane difficulty level makes it so that when you do finally get past a hard area, or a particularly-troublesome boss, you feel like you did something really worthwhile.  The worst part is that you can never recapture that feeling, when you finally trounce an unbelievably-hard boss. It’s like the first time you kiss someone, or have sex.  It can never be that good again.  But now I can share these moments with all of you.  The neat thing is that I put them here, and am open to you all telling me about your own experiences.  With that in mind, let’s talk about the Orphan of Kos boss.

This is the last boss in The Old Hunters DLC.  It’s a real bitch, too!  This thing fights you with such ferocity.  So does pretty much every boss in this DLC.  It’s really kind of strangeh ow hard everyboss goes at it.  Like they want to rip your guts out with their bare hands.  Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of hardcore bosses in this game, but this DLC just seemed to have bosses that were angry as shit!  When you see my final victory, maybe you’ll understand what I mean.

This guy is one tough son of a bitch!  Not only does he attack constantly, but he does NOT let up.  Add to that the constant-screaming, and it’s pretty clear just how bad this guy wants you dead.  His attacks do a fuck-ton of damage.  No weak stuff with him.  And if you do take damage, you’d better get back fast.  Otherwise you are going to be ripped to pieces.

Then he goes into his second form, and this fucker gets even worse!  What’s more, he gets jumpy.  And the delay in his attacks is almost down to zero.  It takes balls of steel and blind luck to get hits in with him.  I hated and loved this fight at the same time.  It’s everything difficult about this game, but amped up to 11.  So, what was you all’s experience with this boss?  Let me know down in the comments.

Until next time, a quote,

“Winning isn’t everything–but wanting to win is.”  – Vince Lombardi

Peace out,



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