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A demon born from the ground where the Son of Chaos dropped the ring from his sisters intended to ease his pain. A somewhat humanoid demon with centipede-like tail.

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- 100% drop after you kill him, but you can also get the ring while fighting him by cutting his tail

Sourced from the Future Press Official Dark Souls Strategy Guide

Solaire of Astora Several steps before the boss entrance, next to a root.

Solaire of Astora At range Low health Close range

Take a right onto the area with the dead body, as it is much easier to stay out of the lava here. Now get the Centipede demon to follow you by dodging his grab and arm swing attacks. Once on the section of land with the dead body, run underneath it while it is standing on its hind legs, and start continuously swiping at it's hind legs, and if you want to attack the tail for the Orange Charred Ring . This ring will help you greatly if you are having issues with the lava damage. Usually the centipede should not be able to hurt you at all down here, especially if you have a hard hitting weapon.

For this strategy you need: Crystal Halberd and magic weapon buff(And the necessary intelligence.) Cast the spell before the battle. First roll across to the small island, then the large one. Don't jump. Proceed to attack the demon with the halberd. You should dodge most of his attacks but occasionally block them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Kxqk-jxto

To cut off a tail it's necessary to deal a certain amount of damage against it. The HP of the tail increases with higher NG cycles and is based on the HP of the respective enemy.

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The publication of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense caused a sensation in early 1776 as it explained the need for freedom. But it was a second series of pamphlets published on December 19 of that year that inspire a huge American military victory.

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