This is silly.
I agree with the uploaders views on PvP. Everything is fair game.
I may not like some things, like bs fishing and spell spamming. I may disagree to some things, like frowning on Hornet Ring, or demanding pre-fight buffing. But in the end, it's all fair game.
As far as invasions goes, everything is permitted. However when I use a RSS, I ask for a honourable duel. Even though everything is still permited, I would prefer to refrain from ganking, healing etc. That's what I believe RSS is for.
That is unless hacking/modding is involved and you're facing someone with infinite HP, Curse weapon, +10 Havel's Armor etc. That's when I just quit the game and go cool myself. It doesn't make me mad that I lose to these people. Heck, my odds of winning are very slim, so it's no wonder if I lose. It's just that people that use cheats like this infuriate me, only because they exist and because they ruin the game for others.
However, I disagree with the uploader's view on Divine Blessings.
I played a few hundred hours of Demon's Souls PvP, but never got beyond random invasions. All those "rules" that were in 4-1 baffled me and I prefered to do whatever I want and remained mostly in 1-4. No point in ruining their fun. So I moved elsewhere.
As such I had to deal with people chewing on Dark Moon Grass everyday. Just like Divine Blessings, they were supposed to be a very rare item. Just like Elixirs in Final Fantasy games. But thanks to a glitch, everyone could have an unlimited supply of these items. It was a lot easier to interrupt the healing thanks to absence of Poise system, but thanks to backstab cancel on rolls, they were harder to punish if you failed to interrupt it.
Dark Souls doesn't have the same glitch, but that doesn't mean people can't have unlimited stock of Divine Blessings.
You can get 9 per game + 2 as a starting gift.
1 - Sold by Rhea
1 - Sold by Patches
1 - Forest Hunter Covenant reward
1 - Treasure in Sen's Fortress
1 - Treasure in Anor Londo
2 - Treasure in Lost Izalith
2 - Snuggly Trade (Ring of the Sun Princess)
So a person on NG+ can have up to 20 of them.
Furthermore, there are trading possibilities. Five friends can gather a whooping 100 Divine Blessings (similarly to what I did a long time ago). On Xbox and PC you can backup your save file on USB and use that to multiply them and all five friends who pooled their DBs now walk away with 100 each. On PS3, this is possible only with PS+, which is not fair to those who don't have PS+, but that is only as far as multiplication goes. There is still trading and farming them. So yes, it is possible, albeit requires a lot more work. An argument could be used that Mega Mule has broken the save file protection and thus can be uploaded to USB, which means everybody can get the same amount of DBs. However, I would rather not use this argument, because I actually am against usage of Mega Mule and haven't used it myself, so I can't prove the possibility of this.
The uploader talks about 99 DBs, but quits after the invader uses 1-3. I never saw his opponent use more than the 9 you can pick up. Even still, there's no proof the player isn't on NG+2 to get three stacks of WoG and picked up his share of DBs along the way. He himself has 59 of them. I don't question where he got them, for I don't care, but he does have them. That means the playing field is even. Just like in DeS. Such a scenario can turn into a long battle of attrition to see who has more DBs, or will end with the help of gravity. But that's up to the person who gets into such a situation. The uploader chooses to quit the game. Save himself the time and trouble of fighting such players. And why not? I would probably do the same. We don't have to win every single fight we get into. If we insist on fighting such a fight, we have no right to complain about it, because it was our choice to stay.
My initial response, was aimed at putting DB users on the same level as hackers and modders. It is indeed silly. You can kill a DB user with your weapons and spells. You can't do that to a guy with infinite HP. No amount of hacking and casting will fell them down unless you ask gravity for a hand.
Having Divine Blessings doesn't necessarily mean modding/hacking.