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This piece is inspired by one of the most beautiful, emotional scenes in any video game...
And dedicated to the fact that I only just realized that a "Pen Mode" existed so I can rest my hand on the screen like I would when drawing normally. XD
WHY IS IT SO HARD TO GET THIS TO A REASONABLE SIZE...
There's also the fact that due to the sheer length of Boss Rush, it's hard to switch fighting styles quickly, which is what you need to do to accommodate for the different attacks of each boss. It can grind down your endurance very quickly.
I don't think that's true. A whole lot of bosses are harder than SCal, they just need less gear to defeat and you have the ability to give yourself an advantage over them. The Old Duke, for example. Normally, you have the freedom to get better gear than required before you try to take it down...
Rogue is getting a rework in the next update because of the stealth problem, and the reason you can't get too far away from providence is because the devs didn't want the bullet hell-like attacks to be too easily avoidable. I can still fight it just as well as I used to.
This was drawn with colored pencils and paper.
I had to edit it slightly so it wouldn't look desaturated digitally, and unfortunately some of the quality was lost. The background, however, was lazy and had no quality to begin with. lol
And I don't mean that it's the boss I struggled the most with on this playthrough, I just mean that I normally find it a lot harder.
My past playthroughs have been in easier difficulties, and it usually took me a huge amount of tries to kill it, which is why I'm so surprised that I got it so...
I am ecstatic right now, because in my current playthrough of Calamity in Revengeance mode, I just defeated Polterghast. On the third try. And Polterghast is probably the boss I have struggled the most with through my various playthroughs.
It looks like it might actually be dual wielding. I don't really see the point in tinkering a dirt rod and a magic dagger.
EDIT: Oh wait, the changelog says that the magic dagger has actually been turned into an accessory! That's pretty cool!