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|“||Why could thou not let us be? Didst thou not see why Ariamis created this world?||„|
|~ Crossbreed Priscilla|
Crossbreed Priscilla is a character and optional boss in video game Dark Souls.
Priscilla is a crossbreed of Seath and either a human or a god (due to her impressive height). Her mother - if she had one - is unknown, and it is unlikely she is the daughter of any other character who appears in the game. She has fur over most of her body, making her more similar to the true Everlasting Dragons than to Seath the Scaleless. Furthermore, she is feared and mistreated by the gods, while Seath is a Duke.
Priscilla wields the Lifehunt Scythe, a weapon so powerful that even the gods feared her. She was locked away in the Painted World of Ariamis, presumably to keep the real world safe from her. However, when Chosen Undead reaches her, she reveals that she is well aware of how to leave the painting and simply chooses to remain. She is also initially not hostile unless provoked, and even claims the Painted World to be "peaceful" and its inhabitants "kind."
Given the fact that Priscilla's Dagger deals Occult Damage, and due to the Painted World of Ariamis also being filled with various things that are associated with the goddess Velka (weapons and relics that pose a threat to the gods), it's possible that Priscilla may have had something to do with Velka, which may be a major reason why she was locked in the Painted World in the first place.
- According to a developer interview, Crossbreed Priscilla was initially meant to become the main heroine, similar to the Maiden in Black and Emerald Herald, and she was originally meant to be present in Firelink Shrine. However, this role was scrapped and replaced by the characters known as Firekeepers.
- Priscilla has unique and unused sitting and standing animations, further indicating that she was initially meant to be an ally to the player.
- Given that stories are told about her being the Mistress of the Painted World by the storytellers, it could mean that she canonically was not killed by the Chosen Undead, and lived many years.