He can be found for the last time at Brightstone Cove Tseldora, engaged in a fight with Pate. The Tseldora Den Key will be obtained from the survivor of the fight given that the player has dealt enough damage to the other; in that case the survivor will also attempt to kill the player with a booby-trapped chest. Brightstone Cove Tseldora, inside a house, fighting Pate. Defeating him here awards the player with the Dragonslayer's Axe and causes a corpse to appear on the bridge into Irithyll with the Mirrah Chain Set. Eventually, he invades her as a dark spirit in Irithyll of the Boreal Valley and is defeated by her and the Ashen One. Dark Souls Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Upon closer inspection, his hair is coming out of his mask and is revealed to be of a silver tinge. The house is down a zip line and to the left from the Chapel Threshold bonfire after descending the stairs and leaving the cave. Before the man's execution, he escaped, and was never seen again. He's known for his animosity towards his former partner, the equally treacherous Mild-Mannered Pate, and during the course of the game he pursues him in order to satiate hi… When first met, Creighton claims to be another warrior who has come to Drangleic searching for adventure. Huntsman's Copse, at the Undead Lockaway bonfire. The player may choose to help either one. Aside from having no reason to use "well-crafted imitation armor," as Creighton's armor set describes, he would have been more likely to have gone Hollow while in Drangleic, than to have gone Hollow while in Mirrah and gone on a murder spree. Creighton is allegedly an infamous serial killer from Mirrah who is willing to kill just for the pleasure of it. Creighton is first encountered in the Huntsman's Copse. Creighton The Wanderer is a NPC in Dark Souls 3. Creighton also seems to have a penchant for imitation equipment. Creighton later invades the player's world in revenge if he was defeated in the first encounter. Creighton can later be found in the Shaded Woods. If the player talks to Cale the Cartographer in Majula after meeting Creighton, he will tell a story about a serial murderer from Mirrah. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. An alledged serial killer whose quest for vengence is central to a sidequest in Dark Souls II, he reappears in Dark Souls III as a part of Sirris of The Sunless Realm's sidequest and later as an invader in Irithyll of The Boreal Valley. He will tell the player that Pate lives near Brightstone Cove Tseldora, and gleefully anticipates finally tracking him down. When first met, Creighton claims to be another warrior who has come to Drangleic searching for adventure. Creighton the Wanderer, or Creighton of Mirrah, is a character in Dark Souls II. He is locked away in a cell containing the Undead Lockaway bonfire and needs the player to free him using the Undead Lockaway Key. He is voiced by Joe Sims, who also provided the voice of Magerold of Lanafir. Although he accuses Pate of being a manipulative and deceiving individual, Creighton is no different from his nemesis. Let's play Dark souls II - 107 - Creighton VS Pate guess who'll die and tresuare location. When spoken to, he claims he had accidentally locked himself in a cell which was supposed to be a trap for Mild-Mannered Pate, his treasure hunting partner. However, his words are far from true. Creighton appears to be able to hide his homicidal nature to the player and he constantly tries to convince the player that Pate is the one who should not be trusted. He's known for his animosity towards his former partner, the equally treacherous Mild-Mannered Pate, and during the course of the game he pursues him in order to satiate his lust for revenge. Creighton is allegedly an infamous serial killer from Mirrah who is willing to kill just for the pleasure of it. Cale cannot recall the man's name but says it was something along the lines of "Cray". Although it is still possible he could have lost his mind in other ways. Shaded Woods, near the Ruined Fork Road bonfire. However, his words are far from true. Creighton The Wanderer He is a wandering swordsman from the land of Mirrah who was tricked and is found locked in a jail cell. Cale claims he recently saw a man strikingly similar. Creighton's armor set will be obtained from Creighton only in the case that you help him defeat Pate. Upon freeing him he will tell you who he is and what his goals for revenge are. It can be noted that the axe that Creighton uses doesn't have the lightning damage effect of Lothian's axe, which implies that Creighton's axe is indeed an imitation. In Scholar of the First Sin, he can be summoned as a white phantom to assist with the Skeleton Lords boss fight after exhausting his dialogue in Huntsman's Copse. He moves around the country in search of the man who backstabbed him. The description of his armor set indicates that his armor is an imitation of the one worn by Mirrahian soldiers. Creighton the Wanderer is an NPC in Dark Souls 2 Creighton the Wanderer Information He is a wandering swordsman from the land of Mirrah who was tricked and is found locked in a jail cell. A former knight of Mirrah who deserted the order and became a ruthless criminal, Creighton eventually joined Rosaria's Fingers and became a target for Sirris. Creighton and Pate fighting for their lives. Presumably of old age. His sign can be found in the cave full of Skeletons near the Undead Lockaway bonfire. Upon freeing him he will tell you who he is and what his goals for revenge are. Before leaving, he stresses that Pate is not to be trusted, calling him a "backstabbing knave," and announces his intention to find and kill Pate as retribution for his many alleged misdeeds. https://darksouls.fandom.com/wiki/Creighton_the_Wanderer?oldid=334723. His weapon also appears to be an imitation of the legendary Dragonslayer's Crescent Axe which was wielded by the legendary Forossan general Shieldless Lothian. If the player assists neither and lets them fight to the death, the survivor will not give the player the Tseldora Den Key and it will become unobtainable. The "Holder of the Fort" Achievement/Trophy depicted an image of Creighton instead of an image of, Joe Sims, Creighton (and Magerold)'s voice actor, appears in the famous British television crime drama.