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
Tomb KV56, located in the Valley of
the Kings, is known as the Gold Tomb, and was discovered by Edward R.
Ayrton in January, 1908. It contained what is thought to be the intact
burial of a royal child from the late Nineteenth Dynasty. The burial and
casket have disintegrated and the form was covered with a 1 cm thick
layer of gold leaf and stucco around the original location. Also found
were a pair of small silver gloves and a pair of silver bracelets with
the names of Seti II and Twosret inscribed, and a set of golden earrings
also marked with the name of Seti II. The original occupant of this
tomb is unknown.
Votive stele in honor of the god Ptah, dedicated in his temple at Deir el-Medina by Nakht-em-Mut, foreman in charge of the workers in the Valley of the Kings. Artist unknown; ca. 1150 BCE (20th Dynasty, New Kingdom).
Gus: “Who broke it? I’m not mad, I just want to know…”
Farmer: “I did. I broke it.”
Gus: “No. No, you didn’t. Abigail?”
Abigail: “Don’t look at me, look at Sebastian.”
Sebastian: “What?! I didn’t break it!”
Abigail: “Huh, that’s weird. How’d you even know it was broken?”
Sebastian: “Because it’s sitting right in front of us and it’s broken!”
Sebastian: “No, it’s not!”
Elliott: “If it matters, probably not but… Shane was the last one to use it.”
Shane: “Liar! I don’t even drink that crap!”
Elliott: “Oh really? Then what were you doing by the coffee cart earlier?”
Shane: “I use the wooden stirrers to push back my cuticles. Everyone knows that, Elliott!”
Farmer: “Let’s not fight, I broke it. Let me pay for i-….”
Gus: “No. Who broke it?”
Leah: “Well Gus… Penny’s been awfully quiet…”
Leah: “Yeah, really!”
Gus: I broke it. It burned my hand so I dropped it. I predict ten minutes from now, they’ll be at each other’s throats with warpaint on their faces and a pig head on a stick. Good. It was getting a little chummy around here.
~Arm Panel From a Ceremonial Chair of Thutmose IV.
Period: New Kingdom
Dynasty: Dynasty 18
Reign: reign of Thutmose IV
Date: ca. 1400–1390 B.C.
Geography: From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Thutmose IV (KV 43), Carter/Davis 1903
Medium: Wood (ficus sycomorus?)
This fragmentary panel from the left arm of a chair was found in the tomb of Thutmose IV in the Valley of the Kings. Traces of glue on the surface suggest that the beautifully carved low relief with its exquisitely executed details was once covered with gold sheeting. On one side, the king is shown as a sphinx subduing the enemies of Egypt. The front edge of the panel is missing, but the text before the king’s face probably read: “Lord of the Two Lands, Menkheperure, son of Re, Thutmose, [given] life like Re.” The falcon at the upper right represents “the Behedite [Horus], the great god, with dappled plumage, giving life and dominion.” The text above the sphinx’s back reads: “Horus, the lord of might and action, trampling all foreign lands.”
On the other side, the panel depicts “the young god, Menkheperure” enthroned, wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt. In front of him is the lion-headed goddess Weret, whose name is written above her head. Behind the king is the ibis-headed god “Thoth, Lord of Hermopolis, giving all life and dominion.” Thoth says, “I have brought you millions of years of life and dominion united with eternity.” Behind the throne is the phrase “All life and dominion around him [like] Re.”