Endings for Dark Souls and Dark Souls Remastered offers detailed guides on being able to acquire the various endings of the story. All Discussions ... For From Software the canon endings for the first two games are those where you link the fire. After the player slays Nashandra (or Aldia, if his conditions are met), a cutscene will play showing the player walking atop the golems, who create a bridge for the player to cross, and into a throne room. Breaks down even more when you consider that you can go and help someone else kill Gwyn before eventually fighting him yourself. That's not true. Dark Souls I's overarching theme is about the start of the cycle. These are popularly referred to as "the Fire ending" and "the Dark ending". Most people from what I've read tend to agree that the linking of the fire ending is the "canon ending" for Dark Souls 2. level 2 like the hunter gear says its based off some heroic hero. Ds3 hasn't had a continuation in the form of a sequel and therefore can't have a canon ending. It's very possible that in terms of "canon" both endings happened. Now I don't know the plot of DS2, but I believe that its safe to assume that the canon ending is also kindling the bonfire again in the Kiln. Contributions to Fextralife Wikis are licensed under a. For other uses, see Ending (disambiguation). And soon, the flames did fade, and only Dark remained. The Age of Fire was basically an age of Gods, where humans were a lesser race. Triggered by defeating Gwyn, Lord of Cinder, then leaving the boss arena without lighting the final bonfire. Spoilers to those who have not played Dark Souls 1 and 2 and 3. To Link the Fire and The Dark Lord are the two endings that can be chosen in Dark Souls. Press J to jump to the feed. It wouldnt take such a long time to have characters or things from the first game being forgoten in time. He then manipulates you into feeding humanity to the bonfires in an attempt to destroy the dark soul. It doesn't matter if you light the fire or not. I believe our working time frame is 1000+ years. If you are looking for a quick overview  of the game's walkthrough , follow our recommended Game Progress Route. age of fire just comes with an another fading flame which just make undeads suffering from this endless pain again. By sacrificing himself to link the Fire, and commanding his children to shepherd the humans, Gwyn has blurred your past, to prevent the birth of the Dark Lord. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. If instead it's just crossing over to different periods of time, then how do you explain bosses getting revived to be fought again? There are two possible ending for Dark Souls: "To Link the Fire" and "The Dark Lord". I'm fairly sure that whichever ending is canon, Dark Souls 2 is in the Age of Darkness. To me it seems like both are canon, because one, we still have bonfires and the like. I dunno. It makes you work for it. So I like how fuzzy the story is in the game. I belive linking the fire is the canonical one, from the footage of the game and the item descriptions. I don't know if I'm explaining myself here. [DS1 spoilers] User Info: th3warr1or. User Info: IHazCandy4You. In DS3 the ending that makes most sense for me is the one where you summon the Firekeeper so she extinguishes the First Flame, ending with that the cicle Gwyn begun, and allowing the natural curse to flow. For From Software the canon endings for the first two games are those where you link the fire. ", New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. There are two possible ending for Dark Souls: "To Link the Fire" and "The Dark Lord". Many people say usurpation is canon though. If the chosen undead did link the fire and this game took place when the fire was running out again (as it seems to be an estimate of 1000 years), then how would the dark lord of the other ending come in? Cookies help us deliver our Services. BEEF JERKY TIME. My best speculation is that bonfires before they were tied to the first flame were strictly places of refuge for the undead - and that is likely the purpose they will serve again. th3warr1or 6 years ago #1. As for the timeframe this is from the wikipedia page: While little has been revealed of the game's story, the game's director has been cited as mentioning that the sequel is linked to its predecessor, but with no specifications as to how. Where is it confirmed that Dark Souls 2 takes place after Dark Souls 1? obviously Pharis. If you wish, I shall grant the art of Lifedrain, the legendary power of the Dark Lord. Just went hollow. In this ending, the Bearer of the Curse will accept their part in the cycle of the world and take the throne. I think it's important to carefully examine how the creators of Dark Souls used that particular deus ex machina before you try to use it as a catch-all. It's possible that both endings never even happened, or the two endings don't matter. The undead curse didn't exist until Gwyn linked the flame. The dark lord ending puts you, the chosen undead, in the possibility to be the new dark lord and bring upon the world the age of men, but that was, to my understanding, instantaneous. the shackles are being bound to a bonfire. For Dark Souls II on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Which DS1 ending is canon? Most people from what I've read tend to agree that the linking of the fire ending is the "canon ending" for Dark Souls 2. Canon* As far as I'm aware, the Ringed City is the canon ending (and the end of the Dark Souls series, or at least the Gwyn era. Regardless- the age of fire is over. It can preserve your humanity while Undead, and cast off the shackles placed upon your brethren.". So are these other worlds of different characters just different points in one timeline, or different timelines? The chosen undead either linked the flames and then another person refused to make the sacrifice, or they rejected it, and the world faded into dark ever since. This is why humanity is now in the form of a "human effigy" which is handled directly by the undead. so you wanna see nature? Lord Gwyn trembled at the Dark. and secondly, its supposedly at least a century after Dark Souls, so it seems the flame has subsided, thus ushering in the Age of Dark. Time on dark souls is convoluted, and maybe the paralel dimensions branched to a point where both ending happened (?). Endings for Dark Souls and Dark Souls Remastered offers detailed guides on being able to acquire the various endings of the story. What confuses me though is the argument of some to asume "both endings happened". And in Dark Souls 2 we can see that the Gods hold next to no power over the world. As The Dark Lord, you will usher in an Age of Dark... an Age of Men, and your Lordship shall prevail as the supreme sovereign. I don't see how that could happen. I think that means that Linking the Flame is the canon vanilla ending. If the BotC simply rekindled the First Flame again, cool. I don't know if I'm explaining myself here. And I'm pretty sure interacting with other people's world via multiplayer is considered a canonical thing, because you do it with npc's also. Npc's invade your world, you can summon npc's to help you, and in one instance, you can even invade the world of an npc. on the other hand,dark soul came from the first flame,with the flame fading,the humankind will lost the abillity to rule,its just an "AGE OF SERPENTS".they just bow for you and sneer behind you for your foolishness. The age of fire will come back, even if you chose not to kindle the fire. I have never played Dark Souls 1 but read enough to get the gist of it. The director mentioned that the concept of time factored into the story and also that "if the first game was set in the North Pole, this one would be in the South Pole; that sort of contrast.

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