The 4 dragons in the end of Tiny Trina's DLC in Borderlands 2. Never managed to kill them, but I actually feel like that was near impossible to do solo anyway.
I really need to play this DLC. I'm a lazy guy, having the 'Handsome collection' and I even love Tiny Tina from the main story. She is funny as hell!
I also never managed to beat the Sinh dragon from the first Dark Souls 2 DLC (Crown of the Sunken King). It was way too much for me. The DLCs for this game are extremely hard.
I managed to find a nice strategy that worked for my particular build. If I remember correctly I was using a bow and basically taking a shot, running, then taking another shot. I am quite glad I was not using any melee build against that nasty creature!
Going through Sekiro endings at the moment and one of them is so hard I'm stress eating
I have to play Sekiro, but I know for a fact that I am going to be having a very, very, very hard time with the fast-paced combat. Coming from Dark Souls, It will be a major slap in the face for me.
A vast sea of snowy nothingness engulfs you and even if you manage to keep walking in the right direction, you'll be assaulted by frozen reindeer every step of the way. Not of the cuddly Rudolph variety, either.
I can't seem to remember the snow area at all. Was this an alternative path?
Man, I loved the fight against Sinh! Dark Souls does dragons incredibly well, whether it's Khalameet from DS1, Sinh or the Ancient Dragon from DS2 or Darkeater Midir (the best one) from DS3. The games really have a way of making you feel incredibly insignificant against these mighty creatures. The only other game that came close in terms of dragon battles was Dragon Age: Inquisition, but I still prefer the Dark Souls variety. In Dark Souls it just feels more personal and dangerous somehow.
The fact that the dragons feel heavy and impact the surroundings makes them pretty amazing in my eyes.
Speaking of dragons, I remember having a haaaaard time against the corrupted dragons
in Neverwinter Nights. I was using some horrible bow build and they just killed me over and over again. I had to hide in a small cave and shoot at them at an angle where I could not get hit. Took me forever as I also had horrible ammo left, lol.
Not only did I beat it, I beat it without the best characters in "hard mode" and I beat all the optional bosses as well... except this guy. He would throw this thing at me and it was game-over every time.
Instadeath, it sucks... What move did he use, like was it a type of power attack move?