A word of warning, first. From recommends that adventurers seeking to experience Dark Souls III: The Ringed City
be at least level 100. I think thatís incredibly generous, but take that with a grain of salt; Iím not the best at Souls
games. You can get to the titular Ringed City from a new bonfire near the Kiln of the First Flame or from the Painted World, at the bonfire near Sister Friede. I would suggest you ensure that youíre as prepared as humanly possible, as this is, in more ways than one, the end of the line.
Slave Knight Gael seeks the Dark Soul of Humanity, and it has taken him to the literal end of the world. Naturally, youíre in hot pursuit, and you eventually and inevitably end up at the eponymous Ringed City, a formerly opulent but now crumbling wasteland populated almost exclusively by individuals whose torment has driven them over the brink of madness. Itís a haunting, labyrinthine nightmare, which, of course, is the general idea behind the series in general. Whatís worse is the legion of spectral horrors occupying this forsaken place, numbering in the infiniteÖ