Dark Souls 3 has so many cool boss fights, such as:
–Large Man in Armor –Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Mr. Freeze –Evil Treebeard –Yur a Wizard Crow-Man –The Entire Vatican –The Wolf Furry Fanclub –Mega Papyrus –The Last Demon’s Soul’s Reference –Lightsaber Pope & his Stand, Star Platinum –Small Onion vs. Machete Giant –The Very Hungry Caterpillar God Eater –Mr. Freeze’s Ballerina Sister –Evil Butterflies Seek Revenge Through a Piece of Armor –Dragon Daddy & Revolver Ocelot –Large Man in Armor (In the Dark) –Sibling Comradery in its Weirdest Form –Dragon with the World’s Softest Head –Jesus Riding a Dragon –You, but Cooler
Damn you and your arrows, you turd demon. Why do you have to shoot magic at me while I’m trying to outroll a homing rain of arrows That fight wass pretty hard at first. But when I understood how to fight him it became a piece of cake. 8 tries
And the trees do not like strangers. They watch you. They are usually content merely to watch you, as long as daylight lasts, and don’t do much. Occasionally the most unfriendly ones may drop a branch, or stick a root out, or grasp at you with a long trailer. But at night things can be most alarming, or so I am told. I have only once or twice been in here after dark, and then only near the hedge. I thought all the trees were whispering to each other, passing news and plots along in an unintelligible language; and the branches swayed and groped without any wind. They do say the trees do actually move, and can surround strangers and hem them in. In fact long ago they attacked the Hedge: they came and planted themselves right by it, and leaned over it.
J.R.R. Tolkien, excerpt of The Fellowship of the Ring
When you live in the dark for so long, you begin to love it. And it
loves you back, and isn’t that the point? You think, the face turns to
the shadows, and just as well. It accepts, it heals, it allows.
But it also devours.
Raymond Carver, section 5 of “Late Fragment,” New Path to the Waterfall (The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1989)