Dark Souls 3: Edwad Emberpants the Endwad [Finale]

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It’s the Endwad. Relive the full journey here:

Watch the uncut 4 hours of the finale here:

So many emotions in this final episode of Edwad. I’m so luckily to have had the chance to work with everyone involved in this series from its inception over a year and a half ago. We’re all super proud of the product and how you guys, the community, have made this all possible. It may be the end of Dark Souls 3 but this won’t be the end of the Cinderteers. See you all on the next one!

Long before good and evil… light and dark… there was one being that existed. The catalyst of everything. When that being, the vanguard of the living, finally passed on. It left its power to a champion, a chosen individual who would carry on its legacy and unite the world under its undulating benevolence. That champion…. was Edwad. Lords help us.

Sun Bros:
Edwad (Criken) – White Text
Gwyn’s First Born (VaatiVidya) – Green Text
100% Cinder Sun (Bedbananas) – Blue Text

Thanks to Shayne Hawke for editing this video together:

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42 COMMENTS

  1. This has been an unbelievable journey. Thank you all for sharing it with us!
    If you're masochistic, here's the full 4 hour uncut stream of our final fight: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/157848526

  2. Since Part 13 of this series, I began writing out this comment. With each part making me more eager for the next to come.

    I started watching this at a stressful time in my life. I've only watched your content recently. The SCP videos are what got me addicted to your videos. I remember the first video that ended up in my recommended by you being Styx the goblin death compilation.

    Edwad is by far the one that I am attached to the most out of all your characters you make for the fun of it. Despite it all being roleplay, and knowing that I could never take it seriously. You've done the impossible and made me HEAVILY intrigued to learn more about this characters story and adventure you have set for them. You have not failed me Criken and you never will, and I don't ever forget that. Unless of course you do that's fine too, but I will never forget about Edwad the red bean boy, and the legendary sun bros that had to put up with so much of Edwads tyranny.

  3. I know this is late, but let’s appreciate this is one of the few times (if only) that Vaati got to do a lore explanation without being interrupted

  4. Since Part 13 of this series, I began writing out this comment. With each part making me more eager for the next to come.

    I started watching this at a stressful time in my life. I've only watched your content recently. The SCP videos are what got me addicted to your videos. I remember the first video that ended up in my recommended by you being Styx the goblin death compilation.

    Edwad is by far the one that I am attached to the most out of all your characters you make for the fun of it. Despite it all being roleplay, and knowing that I could never take it seriously. You've done the impossible and made me HEAVILY intrigued to learn more about this characters story and adventure you have set for them. You have not failed me Criken and you never will, and I don't ever forget that. Unless of course you do that's fine too, but I will never forget about Edwad the red bean boy, and the legendary sun bros that had to put up with so much of Edwads tyranny.

  5. The best thing about slave Knight Gael is how much he takes inspiration for his move set from Artorias, if you put an Artorias model on Gael it would not look out of place.

  6. When he started listening to him talk about the lore of the slave knight, I was actually all ears. So bed was being a asshole about it.

  7. Ironically I actually happened to beat Gale on my first try, I built a faith build and summoned three phantoms who I proceeded to use omega heals to keep them all fighting the entire time. It was…amusing.

  8. Edwad accidentally creates Bloodborne after splattering the blood of the painter onto her canvas by beating her to death with a stick. How poetic.

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