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Solaire of Astora is the leader of the Warrior of Sunlight and a recurring character in Dark Souls. He is first met on the landing of the Undead Parish, where the player arrives after beating the Taurus Demon, and hands over the White Sign Soapstone, which allows players to be summoned to help another. When in human form, the player can call on Solaire's assistance for many of the game bosses, including Gwyn, Lord of Cinder.
Doomsday was originally a young Kryptonian long before humanoids controlled the planet. Experimented on by the scientist Bertron, he was adapted to suit the harsh envorinment on the planet. Eventually Doomsday managed to escape from the planet and began his murderous rampage.
Oswald of Carim is a pardoner of sins and allows players to safely abandon covenants in Dark Souls. He is first encountered after ringing the Bell of Awakening in Undead Parish at the bottom of the bell tower. Selling Karmic Justice and offering the Book of the Guilty, Oswald has knowledge of all sins that transpire in Lordran and offers sinners the chance to absolve their sins...at a "small" cost.
Voodoo Pizzaman is a recurring character in the Tropico series of games. He is always seen with his top hat, as well as a Tropican cigar.
Lautrec of Carim is a knight and follower of the goddess Fina in Dark Souls. He is found imprisoned on the top floor of the Undead Parish church, past the Zombies and Channeler, and requires the Mystery Key to be freed. Once freed, he will appear in Firelink Shrine and can be called to assist the player in fighting the Bell Gargoyles and Gaping Dragon.
Davy Jones is a cursed captain of the Flying Dutchman and a main antagonist from the Pirates of the Caribbean films Dead Man's Chest and At World's End. Originally a normal man, Jones fell in love with the goddess Calypso and was tasked with ferrying the souls of those lost at sea. Betrayed by Calypso, Jones cut out his heart and place it in Dead Man's Chest before gathering the Pirate Brethren and imprisoning Calypso away in human bonds. Cursed for abandoning his job as the ferryman, Jones and his crew were turned into sea monsters and ruled the seas with the Kraken at his side.