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1:13 - Flame Butterfly, Twinkling Titanite 2:10 - Wilted Dusk Herb x2, Skeptic's Spice 5:08 - Crimson Water 6:19 - Skeptic's Spice 7:43 - Dragon Charm 8:45 - Twinkling Titanite 9:37 - Bonfire Lit (Crumbled Ruins) 11:30 - Helix Halberd 12:52 - Fire Seed 14:59 - Estus Flask Shard 15:05 - Sunlight Blade (Faith Spell) 16:06 - Felicia the Brave (NPC Summon Sign) 17:40 - Singer's Dress, Life Ring 2 19:46 - Alluring Skull x3 20:05 - Diving Blessing 20:47 - Bonfire Lit 23:20 - Skeptic's Spice 23:30 - NPC Invasion (Dark Spirit Peculiar Kindalur) 24:30 - Red Iron Twinblade 24:50 - Petrified Dragon Bone 25:16 - Homing Crystal Soulmass 28:00 - Boss Strategies 28:54 - Boss Fight (Demon of Song) 31:50 - Magic Arrow x20 32:00 - Bonfire Lit (Rise of the Dead) 32:40 - Fire Seed 40:00 - Manslayer (Katana) 35:55 - Bonfire Ascetic 39:04 - Ring of the Dead 42:20 - Radiant Lifegem 42:30 - Bonfire Lit (Undead Crypt Entrance)
The Shrine of Amana is home to the Milfanito, a sort of harpie-esque creature resembling a human woman. They sing their songs for the dead for all eternity, and know nothing of the outside world. They don't have names, and also happen to have a lot of mages that like to spam homing missiles at you hanging around the place. But that's not all! We get to fight the most weird and somewhat lame boss thus far, in a giant frog with hands that come out of its face. Yeah... you read that right.
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The Demon of Song is a boss in Dark Souls II. The Demon of Song is found in the Shrine of Amana...