Resting at a Bonfire restores dented Weapon durability for no cost, but if an item fully breaks you'll have to pay to fix it. Carry enough Weapons to have a backup plan in case your preferred gear is in danger of breaking. Also, switch to smaller stabbing or ranged weapons in tight spaces. Banging blades against walls does a lot to weaken them.
Retrieval of lost Souls is a one-opportunity prospect. There is little more frustrating than dying in a stupid way on your path to a Retrieval. Stay away from cliffs, avoid traps, and take enemies slowly and safely, placing yourself in as little danger as possible.
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Ignore exploration opportunities, ignore new discoveries Just get to those Souls! Huge giant blue scorpion-men are not necessarily your enemies. The first time you see one, don't attack! You may gain a powerful ally if you talk to Tark in the Shaded Woods. You'll need a Ring of Whispers to understand him. King Vendrick 's toughness is proportionally affected by the number of Giant Souls you are carrying. The fewer you have, the tougher he is. Don't engage him without several in hand. The Wardens aren't just warning you for fun.
They'll attack if you bring light into the tombs. Plus, it's just plain rude. If you free him from his cell while human, he can be a great asset to you. If, however, you open the door while Hollowed, he becomes obsessed with killing you and attacks you as an invader. For the love of all that is holy, don't even attempt to fight Baneful Queen Mytha without burning down the nearby windmill with a Torch. Just don't do it. Superb programme. Congratulations to all concerned in bringing it to our screen. What remarkable women the ATA pilots were. Complain about this comment Comment number 5.
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Thank you so much for such a moving, lyrical programme, not too many intrusive reconstructions, which spoil so many historical programmes. Please pass my thanks on to the wonderful ladies, for making it possible. Complain about this comment Comment number 6.
Congratulations on a superb programme which was absolutley fascinating. What wonderful brave ladies these were. Loved the bit about the American male pilots not believing that a woman had flown into White Waltham in bad weather to deliver an aircraft, They searched the plane for the pilot as they didn't believe a woman had piloted the plane.
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A memorable programme, put together well and full of understated heroism. It was made even more poignant by the haunting music at times, in the background. What was it? I think it was the theme music from a film 'Vertigo' which starred James Stewart and Kim Novak Can anyone involved in the soundtrack of Spitfire Women enlighten us? Complain about this comment Comment number 8. Complain about this comment Comment number 9. Their exploits were breathtaking, and the love they have for flying, and in particular, of flying the Spitfire, still shows in their voices.
Thankyou, and thank them all, for a very moving program.
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Comment number 1. At 15th Sep , Gary Andrews wrote: Just to add to the interview above, I'd like to add that Margaret is one of the most incredible people I've had the pleasure of interviewing - and what's more, during our chat, she kept making it clear that she didn't think her time in the ATA was particularly extraordinary. Jump to more content from this blog About this blog. Get the views of BBC bosses, presenters, scriptwriters and cast from the inside of the shows. Read reviews and opinions and share yours on all things TV - your favourite episodes, live programmes, digital channels, the schedule and everything else.
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