I actually believe that all humans originated from the pygmy splitting the Dark soul.
And yes, I believe the people of Oolacile blinded Gough.
Hey Reaper, I know I'm late to this. But there are 4 giants, and two are hostile... (well one is hostile the other kinda is)Reaperfan wrote:
And lastly, what is there to indicate Giants indiscriminately hated humans? There are only 3 Giants you regularly interact with throughout the game (the bomb-thrower on top of Sen's Fortress, the Giant Blacksmith, and Gough), and only one of them is outright hostile. The other two are some of the most friendly and gentle characters in the game, even towards the human protagonist. So again, what makes you think Giants hated and looked down on humans?
I always forgot that one.... DARN IT. Actually, Smough is a giant as well right? So 6 that I know of then.alchemydesign wrote:The latter two HAVE to be hostile because they are guardians. Also, there is a fifth, the one who opens the way to Sens, and I don't think he's hostile by nature. Otherwise why have him be a gatekeeper.
Yeah, he's up a ladder behind a hidden wall. He's very hostile.alchemydesign wrote:Yes, but not ALL of them, Gough actually tries to believe that humans are good, and the Giant Blacksmith is all too happy to help you out.
Is the Gatekeeper hostile? I didn't know if you could fight him or not, I know the bomb-thrower and the the one who drops the balls are though.
I'm sure the giants hate the giants..... just to be sure you meant humans right?Acarnatia wrote:Except that I'm saying that, as a whole, the giants DO harbor resentment/hate towards the giants, and possibly vice-versa. Gough and the Blacksmith are unusual. Expecting all giants to be like them is like expecting all humans to be like Logan, or all like Lautrec. They're unique, very important and unusual characters for their race.