I decided to upload a video of my battle with the Watchdog of the Old Lords because even though it’s not the most interesting fight, I was very surprised by how it developed. This is the boss encounter in the shithole that is the Defiled Chalice Dungeon, where your HP is halved and the enemies pain in the arse.
I was not at all prepared for this fight and it was my second attempt after being killed instantly the first time I entered the arena, so I’ll give a little rundown of my experience.
I thought that co-op would be essential for this fight, so I lucked out and managed to summon fairly quickly.
The first 2 minutes or so are very slow-going because at that point I had no fucking idea what I was doing, so I let my co-operator take the lead while I edged around and tried to sneak in some cheap shots from behind.
My co-operator unfortunately didn’t survive very long, at which point I had pretty much accepted my own immediate death and decided to just go for it.
After a minute or so of not dying, I realised that the Watchdog’s attack patterns were actually surprisingly easy to spot. Suddenly, I can do this.
This is where you might notice the fight completely turns on its arse, once I stopped running around aimlessly and locked down a solid strategy.
The rest of the battle is actually shockingly standard. I was being overly cautious to the extreme, because the low HP means that this boss can basically one-shot you with a bad hit.
There were a few minor hiccups as I was pretty much on the edge of my seat the entire time. Overall, I was not expecting such a good turnaround. I could have gone in much more aggressively and put him down faster, but I got there in the end by remaining patient and focused.
Also, I was half drunk during this encounter, so I think I did ok.
We’re rolling into fight weekend, where two non-white dudes can beat the fuck out of each other while people everywhere throw money at the event…that will make billions of dollars …like this was the roman arenas where a more primal human would watch death matches…because
Life is about great battles…whether it is Jesus VS the Jews, or ISMOKEWEEDWITHJESUS vs photographer ImageFolio …because this kind of battle is a more naked, playful and magical one that doesn’t leave me covered in other’s people blood, but rather other fluids because it is so hot and I’m a tween and can’t control myself…at least you’d think I was a tween…having a blog like this was JR high and all…but I’m not…I’m just a creeper…and here are some awesome stepGIRLS magic..
Your OC went down to the pony fight were they would put 2 ponys into a arena and fight to the death all of the fighters are ponys that committed crimes desont matter what crime from thiving to murder. So the next fight begins a savage male pony around his 30′s is shoved into the ring bloody and bruised he had a plank of wood with spikes on the end of it his crime was assault and at the other end a mare around the age of 15 was pushed out with a knife she was scared her only crime was stealing a loaf of breed. a tear ran down her face as she saw the other pony at the other side of the arena “Please let me back in!” she screamed.
Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome is a 1985 Australian
post-apocalyptic action adventure film co-directed by George Miller and George
Ogilvie. It is the third installment in the Mad
Max series. It was moderately successful commercially and received positive
The story opens with Max Rockatansky (Mel Gibson) making his
way across the desert in a camel-drawn wagon. After his wagon and belongings
are stolen, he goes to the nearby settlement of Bartertown to try and find
them. There, he receives an assignment from the ruler of Bartertown, Aunty
Entity (Tina Turner). She wants him to take out Blaster (Paul Larsson), the
giant bodyguard of Master (Angelo Rossitto), the man who runs Bartertown’s
refinery. Max is told to take Blaster out by starting a fight with him and settling
it in the Thunderdome: a combat arena where opponents fight to the death.
The film is yet another exciting installment in the Mad Max series. This entry is probably
the franchise’s most structured, featuring a plot which is organized more
clearly than its predecessors. The plot is compelling and the events and
characters are all interesting.
One of the strongest aspects of the film is the depiction of
the post-apocalyptic world. Bartertown is especially effective as a portrayal
of a society that could realistically form after a nuclear apocalypse. To achieve
the post-apocalyptic atmosphere, great detail was put into the sets and
There are several memorable action sequences. The first is
the Thunderdome sequence, where Max fights Blaster. Instead of simply attacking
one another, the two fighters are suspended from cables, allowing them to leap
and spring around the domed arena. Additionally, the crowd offers weapons to
the fighters. This fight scene is creative and original. The second memorable
action sequence is the chase sequence toward the end of the film. Max, Master,
and a group of children escape Bartertown in an automobile/train vehicle,
pursued by Aunty and other Bartertown inhabitants. This sequence is similar to
the climactic chase toward the end of Mad
Max 2: The Road Warrior, with many vehicles all chasing a single target, expertly
driven by Max.
One element which was confusing was the presence of the
character Jedediah (Bruce Spence). Jedediah plays a pilot who robs Max of his
wagon early in the film. However, Bruce Spence played a similar character,
referred to as the Gyro Captain, in Mad
Max 2: The Road Warrior. It’s almost certainly the same character, but this
could be made more explicit. Additionally, in Mad Max 2, the Gyro Captain was
supposed to have lead the settlers to the coast, forming the “Great
Northern Tribe.” We’re given no information as to why Jedediah would leave the “Great
Northern Tribe,” nor indeed any confirmation that it is, in fact, the same
Overall, I enjoyed this film. I would be interested to see
other films by George Miller, especially Twilight
Zone: The Movie, The Witches of Eastwick, and Lorenzo’s Oil. I would recommend Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome to
fans of action adventure films, post-apocalyptic films, and Mel Gibson.