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  1. If you want to get off to a good start against Gwyn, I'd recommend starting the fight by charging towards him and parrying his initial attack at the very last second. Also, if you have a maxed out Chaos infused Reinforced Club (hope you didn't kill the undead merchant) after the first parry, you can 2 hand this weapon, circle behind him, and youre guaranteed to stagger him every 2 hits.
  2. I work for Argos. My store has recently re-opened with strict social distancing measures. A woman and her three children came in to browse, and after I'd directed them to one of the browser screens, her kids were going absolutely mental, ignoring the one way system, running around and causing a fair bit of chaos. I kindly asked the mother if she could keep her children nearby as there were other customers inside who were also distancing themselves. She told me to mind my own business and that I don't understand what it's like to have children. (I have a 6 year old and an 8 week old.)
  3. The Stray Demon is entirely optional. You are able to return to the Undead Asylum, collect all the items and leave without ever fighting him. Defeating him has no effect on the outcome of the game and the only useful thing he drops is the Titanite Slab which can be used to upgrade a single weapon from +14 to +15. He's weak to bleed damage and if you stay behind him, you can bait out the attack where he slams the ground and does his AOE attack. Once the red glow has dissipated, you can attack him once, back away to mid-range and he'll often do the AOE attack again, keeping him in a combat
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