Dark Souls – The Age of Fire 01 (of 04) (2018)
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THE AGE OF FIRE Dark Souls™ & © BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. /€> FromSoftware, Inc. M —
THE AG E OF FIRE DRAMATIS PERSONAE Gwyn, LORD Of Sunlight As one oi the original finders of the Lord Souls, Gwyn commands the power of the sun and lightning, and was key in ushering in the Age of Fire. Gwyn rules over the kingdom of Lordran from A nor Londo; the seat of liis throne and legendary city of the gods. DRAGON KNIGHT GRAVIS A high-ranking member ot the Dragon Knights; an elusive order of warriors loyal to Gwyn, despite their reverence of the beasts that once soared the skies ot ancient Lordran. SILVER KNIGHT ARKON ^KNIGHT ARTO RIAS Most infamous among the four commanding knights ot Lordy Gwyn's army, Sir Artorias is ^ holy warrior with an unbendable will of steel and unmatched skijl with a great sword. I Iis personal symboKis the wolf, as depicted in the sacred ring bequeathed to liim-bv Lord G\Vvn. One ot Lord Gwyn's loyal Silver Knights; the proud defenders of Anor Londo and the royals of old. Attaining the undeserved title Dragonkiller following liis role in the tall of the Everlasting Dragons, Arkon's mortal limitations have weighed heavily upon him ever since. Executioner W.URDOW CHANNELER LISTE A powerful servant of Seath the Scaleless. Known as 'Sn a tellers’ throughout Lordran the Channelers serve as the Dragon Duke's eyes and were tasked with sourcing suitable specimens tor liis unnatural experiments. One of Anor Londo'% Royal Executioners; feared mercenaries who relish in dealing mortal justice to the unworthy. Originally a student of die infamousySinotigh.
Behold thee Gwyn, Lord of Light! Creator of Oh... surely, thou already knowest this story of yore? That of the Un form’d World. the dragons who roam’d there... ... and the Lord of Light that fell’d them from the sky? ,t! i ej I a testfrnxi otr^sronlViayaiabJeTatilViljBWJEQni IjEfCQITI || . ty Bk ■£' / i Aye, ‘tis certain I thou art already familiar with \ such a yarn... , 2# j j I JA r flj jR* J, jfl \ v v if IXwjV ■
... thus let us away with Gwyn, for he is not the hero of this tale. Silver Knights- And chief among them, Arkon. "But the Silver Knights are Gwyn’s chosen!", / hear thee crow "Surely they are heroes?" Tell me, friend... ... how would a hero greet flame from the sky? * > j/' • Jr i W 1 f forsooth, this | . itale hath no hero. J \ §m 0 vk ^ kV f w J |^V\1 If. . ■ VfeZSnnfiSSiin)
Would a hero cower? Would a hero burn? Would a hero watch his brothers die? friend. A hero would act. it 11 eS 1 citosunpci cil< ^~s X*)_ 111 y/tti v<i i <i 1) I tI IT^ IjEfCQITI
For if e’er there was a hero, 'twas the Wolf Knight. The greatest of us, yet also the most tragic. A destiny touch'd by inevitable dark, fought with a light all its own. / oft wonder what drove him to aid Arkon that day. Had he seen in the young Silver Knight, a hidden potential? Artorias watch’d the world through eyes wiser than thine or mine. Mayhap he knew what was to follow? r TMAKK 1 1 1 [ Or mayhap he simply 1 l YOU. 11 ui r №j| saw the opportunity 1 to slay a dragon | \ and claim'd it J follow? y i. . —Tv J Even afore the | Age of Fire, Artorias was 1 /3 cifjhb f/i hphfitd... 1
Oh Arkon, poor little fellow. If only he knew how long the shadow of this day would fall ‘port him. Such foresight would ne’er he his. For in that moment, Arkon knew little save the smell of molten metal, the silent screams of his brother knights... . and the soul'devouring agony of a guardsman who had fail’d his liege. He had watch’d his Lord carried into the heav’ns and had done naught to halt it. Ne’er had Arkon felt more a failure. Fortunately for Arkon... it 11 eS 1 citosunpci cil< ^'s X*)_ 111.Sijtt i<^l )l I IjEfCQITI XT / \ : ... our Lord had little 1 i desire to remain sky hound. JA
In the years that follow’d, Arkon remember’d this vision above all others. Our Lord of Sunlight, surround’d by the cost of war. Of Uves lost. Of Uves taken. Arkon would remember gazing ’pon the face of the master that had given him life. The face of a master he had fail’d. Only to see, staring back, a look of... pride? it 1 i 1 a tostinixi cil< ^'s X*)_ 111 y/Lti v<i i ¿i 1) I I IjEfCQITI
Yet the shame of its acquisition threaten’d to undo him! Gwyn had believ’d the dragon’s death his handiwork! And, in his silence, Arkon was made complicit in the deceit! For ‘tis not the place of a servant to correct a master. ‘Twas his penance, the shame of this failure and dishonesty. He would carry it always, in the unearn’d title of Dragonkiller. it 11 eS 1 citosunpci cil< ^'s X*)_ 111 Slid Sici i<^l )l I IjEfCQITI Ul l f WELL F0U6MT, • ( SE2 KNIGHT. j His Lord address’d | him. ‘Twas the greatest gift Arkon would 1 e’er receive. j | ^■1 Yet, despite his 1 shame, Arkon’s tongue j , remain’d still. J
ARKON? ARKON, SIR, THERE ARE CHANNELERS UP AHEAP. NO SI6N OF THE HANPMAIPENS? SHOW ME WHERE YOU FOUNP THAT. it 1 i 1 atostTnT?(i dl<-sr.)nl\^avaial^^t^iey\tfQm ГСГСОГП
RWOORN-MYA. RWOORN-NYA. HWOORN-NYA.. RELEASE THE HANPMAIPENS HWOORN. HYA? it 11 eS 1 citosunpci cil< ^~s X*)_ 111.v^i i .¿i 1} I t» I IT^ IjEfCQITI
I ASK AGAIN. RELEASE THE HANPMAIPENS it 11 el 1 citosunpci cil< ^~s Jo. n I.Vtci v^i i .¿i 1} I t» I IT^ IjEfCQITI
I'M AFRAIP WE CANNOT HELP THEE, ARKON. FOR THERE ARE NO HANPMAIPENS HERE. r ONLY NAKEP x STREET URCHINS CAST APRIFT IN THE SULLIEP WATERS OF THE SEWERS OF THE 6RANP ARCHIVES. A GRANP ARCHIVES WHICH, IF I'M NOT MISTAKEN, ARE THE POMAIN OF THE PUKE. THOU HAST NO AUTHORITY HERE, PRA60MK/LLBR. RETURN TO ANOR LONPO. it 11 eS 1 citosunpci cil< ^~s Jo. n I.Vtci v^i i 1} I t» I IjEfCQITI PO jl NO~ ”-As GAMES im itr&f1 WTH ME. M r JS’E. -v| r # ( V' ii • A 41 \ L
GAMES? GOOP SER KNIGHT/ I'M AFRAIP I PON'T--?! -OH! OF COURSE! PLEASE FORGIVE ME. I PIP NOT REALISE THY KINP SUFFEREP FROM SUCH BASE NEEPS. HOW FOOLISH OF ME. WHY ELSE WOULP A SILVER KNIGHT OF ANOR LONPO TRAVERSE THE SEWERS? HERE. A PEACE OFFERING. I'LL TELL THE PUKE THIS ONE PIP NOT SURVIVE THE JOURNEY. SHE IS NOT TO THY LIKING? A PITY, ALBEIT NOT A SURPRISING ONE. PRITHEE, SER KNIGHT, ^ LEAVE THIS PLACE. THE SEWERS ARE NO PLACE M FOR THEE. 7 ALTHOUGH, ^ IF THESE PANK PEPTHS HATH GIVEN ^ THEE A TASTE FOR ^ SQUALOR...
"...I'M SURE THOU NEEPN'T LOOK FAR TO FINP FURTHER FILTH." ARE YOU SURE YOU PON'T WANT SOMETHING TO PRINK? THAT EXPLAINS WHY YOU NEVER TAKE YOUR HELMET OFF. HMM? WHY ARE YOU HERE? WE ARE FRIENPS, GRAVIS. I WISHEP TO SEE YOU. AH. THE SEWERS PIPN'T GO WELL THEN? LISTE WAS THERE it 11eS 1 titostfruxi ^ T' I'CTCOTYI \%a | * VJ 1 MY KINO PO \ . I NOT INPULGE ; IN SUCH k THINGS- / i Bf V - 4 ’ |
CHAMNELER LISTE?! THE PUKE'S RIGHT-HANP? I CANT BELIEVE YOU CAUGHT HIM IN THE ACT! HAVE YOU TOLP CAPITAN SIEFER? IT'S LISTE'S WORP VERSUS MINE. I POUBT SIEFER WILL LISTEN. NOW WHY WOULPNT HE LISTEN TO THE INFAMOUS PRAOONKULBR? COULP IT BE THAT, WITH NO PRAGONS LEFT IN THE WORLP, YOUR WORP IS NOW WORTHLESS? SHUT UP, WURPOW. BXBCUT/OÑBR WURPOW. REACHING FOR YOUR SPEAR, KRAKEN-SPAWN? it 1 i 1 citosunixi cil< ^~s X*)_ 111.yá i ¿i 1) I tI IjEfCQITI
I'VE KILLEP MONSTERS/ MAPMEN, ANP GIANTS. BUT NEVER A SILVER KNIGHT. THANK YOU, BRAVE HERO. YOU HUMBLE ME WITH SUCH AN OFFER!
ON WHOSE AUTHORITY? LORP 6WYN. it 11 el 1 citosunpci cil< ^'s Jo. n I.Vtci v^i i .¿i 1} I t» I IT^ IjEfCQITI ms tSt£ | jF № fg 1 ^ THAT MAN 16 NO THAT MAN? OH, WURPOW... /■ Hf 1ml *• ( ALL 6ILVER 1 KNI6HTS ARE TO RETURN TC m ANOR IONPO \ AT ONCE* ) ■
ANOR LONDO "...YOU KNOW NOTHING OF THE SILVER KNIGHTS." II >• p II 1 II Щ 17 ^ ~ ¡г- - 4 11 ШЧШ к p w II \ AMO YOU, CAPITAN SIEFER. THOUGH I BRING GRAVE NEWS CONCERNING THE HANDMAIDENS OF GWYNEVERE. WOULD THAT WE COULD STILL M WORRY OVER SUCH MATTERS, BROTHER KNIGHT. WE FIND OURSELVES ALREADY EMBROILED IN SOMETHING FAR MORE SINISTER. \ t t lf J 1 ■ rv i DOST THOU KNOW THE CITY C EST ^ >F IZALITH? A S’ 01b IM^aoáMiSQWeczsMIbBS viewcomicfcom
WE BELIEVE IT PALLEN PREY TO PARK MAGICS. "COUNTLESS MESSENGERS HAVE BEEN SENT UNTO ITS GATES. "AS OF YET, NONE HAVE RETURNED. "STILL, THERE ARE RUMOURS.. "RUMOURS OF FOUL SORCERY. OF DEMONS. 'OF CREATURES THAT CAN STEAL A MAN'S SOUL WITH NAUGHT BUT A GLANCE." MEN AND THEIR SOULS... IT SEEMS WE ARE DESTINED TO FOREVER FIGHT THEIR BATTLES, AYE ARKON? WHEN DO WE MARCH? it 1 i 1 atostTnT?(i dl<-sr.)nl\^avaial^^t^iey\tfQm ГСГСОГП
ON THE MORROW. THOU ART TO TAKE HALF OF OUR HUMBER AND ADVANCE UPON IZALITH. MORE THAN ENOUGH, I'D WARRANT, FOR WHAT AWAITS THEE THERE. YOU INTEND SILVER KNIGHTS TO TRAVEL TO IZALITH? X CANNOT SEND REGULAR MEN. BUT WHAT IF ANOR LONDO IS ATTACKED? I WILL GARRISON THE REMAINING KNIGHTS HERE WITHIN THE CATHEDRAL. WE SHALL BE SECURE DURING THY ABSENCE. I DO NOT LIKE THIS, SIEFER. Г COME, ARKON. ^ WHAT ARE A FEW PALTRY DEMONS TO A SLAYER OF DRAGONS? I CAN THINK OF NO OTHER AMONG OUR NUMBER MORE SUITED TO v THE TASK! A INDEED. THOU ART FIRE TOUCHED. it 11 eS 1 atostT?TT?(i 1 T' ГСГСОГП
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