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Majula swords

Majula is a location in Dark Souls II.

DescriptionEdit

Majula is a small rural town located next to the coast. There are some landmarks in Majula, such as a small tower on the edge of town, a mansion where a map of Drangleic can be found, and a deep pit in the center with tunnels - accessible by ladder - leading to the Grave of Saints and The Gutter.

PlotEdit

Majula acts as the main hub, or base, for the player character during the events of the game, much like the Nexus in Demon's Souls and the Firelink Shrine in Dark Souls. Once the player rescues or meets an NPC, said character will often be encountered again in Majula. Some of the rescued characters will offer their services to the player. Majula holds the first accessible merchants, blacksmith, and covenants.

LoreEdit

Located on the edge of Drangleic, Majula has become a destination for the survivors of Drangleic who have lost their home, as well as a temporary shelter for travelers and drifters who have ventured into the treacherous land. The shattered remains of the Lordvessel are located within the lowest level of the abandoned mansion.[1]

BonfiresEdit

  • The Far Fire - After entering Majula from Things Betwixt, the bonfire will be a short distance to the right. Near a cliff with a stone ring around the unlit bonfire.

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NotesEdit

  • In the Portuguese translation of the game was the inscription "Os gigantes cruzaram os mares, talvez para voltar para casa" on the back side of the Majula Monument. It translated "The giants crossed the seas, perhaps to return home." In Update 1.05 it was removed.
  • With the release of the Crown of the Sunken King DLC the back of the Majula Monument now says "Seek the land of an ancient king, in the Black Gulch, deep below.", in regards to where one should go to find the location of the new DLC area.
  • With the release of the Crown of the Old Iron King DLC the back of the Majula Monument now says "Seek the land of an ancient king, past the Iron Keep, upon a sea of flame", in regards to where one should go to find the location of the new DLC area.
  • At NG+10 the flames on the map become blue.

GalleryEdit

MusicEdit

Motoi Sakuraba - Majula (Extended) (Dark Souls II Scholar Of The First Sin Full Extended OST)06:22

Motoi Sakuraba - Majula (Extended) (Dark Souls II Scholar Of The First Sin Full Extended OST)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Information on the world setting and characters disclosed by From Software.

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