It's worth noting that hawkwood will not help you with nameless king, he will return to his world if you pull the lever. I found the link to the Ariandel DLC … ... Nameless is largely considered one of the hardest bosses in the game, and this is including the DLC which is composed largely of some of the hardest bosses in the game. ". I have the 4th Cinder to place, I'm assuming this will trigger the final boss fight. He's definitely hard but Darkeater Midir … 3 years ago. Nameless king may be Gwyns First Born, but his mother is certainly not Pricilla or Yorshka. Nameless King breaks the game's own rules and mechanics which, imo, is piss poor boss design. He took me about 13 tries on my first playthrough and 7 on my 2nd playthrough a couple months back (I got into DS3 late). SoC is in no way related to Gwyn, hes the manifestation of all previous lords who linked the fire and their abilities. http://www.patreon.com/vaatividyaLORE NOTE: It's not 100% confirmed that Havel is the "Brave Dragonslayer" who served both Ornstein & the Nameless King. Dark Souls III PlayStation 4 . That Nameless King huh? This was definitely the toughest boss for me in DS3, DLC included. Log In to add custom notes to this or any other game. The mysterious, dragon-riding Nameless King is often called the actual final boss of the game, and rightly so. Or should I do the DLCs first? And these DLC's are no exception. The Ashes of Ariandel is a piece of Dark Souls 3 story and multiplayer DLC released on October 25, 2016, and this page contains IGN's growing guide and PC Xbox One. Yorhm is a Effin Giant and not a True Lord, hes not even the same species. When you down the King’s pet Stormdrake, he goes all Super Sayan, getting a lightning-charged powerup from the soul of his downed … So, I've basically done almost everything (as far as I know) in the base game. I haven't beat Nameless King the first couple of tries but I'll get him eventually. In my experience 4 out of the 6 DLC bosses were harder than the Nameless King. It is worth it, but keep in mind that the Souls series has a tradition of making their DLC's much harder than the main game. If his entry doesn’t scare the crap out of you, his second act will. I can already see why people say this is even better than The Old Hunters DLC. The 1st DLC, Ashes of Ariandel can be accessed after defeating the Crystal Sage. For Dark Souls III on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Nameless King is apparently a DLC. Pull this lever to trigger a cutscene that opens up the path to the Nameless King. I'll leave that judgement until I actually beat it though. My question is: can I fight the final boss and then do the DLCs? Never would've guessed we'd go to the … Not to mention the arena is terrible.