|Younger Madaras Twin|
|Location||Forbidden Woods, Byrgenwerth, Hunter's Nightmare|
The Younger Madaras Twin is a mysterious Confederate of The League. His story is strange yet somewhat detailed.
Upon his first encounter, he is hostile and drops the Madaras Whistle when defeated.
His strategy is to use the element of surprise when players leave the windmill after picking up Valtr's helm, rushing them mercilessly. His other surprise attack is when he makes use of the Madaras Whistle which can one-shot low-level players.
Alternately, he will focus on very plain attacks and will often use a fully charged attack with the two-handed Hunter Axe, thus creating openings for parries.
Hunters must equip the Impurity rune to be able to summon the Younger Madaras Twin.
- Forbidden Woods, near the final path to the boss arena, in the plaza with the closed gate and a giant tombstone.
- Nightmare Church, near the dead end where the axe-wielding Nightmare Executioner comes from; may only be summoned for one of the fights.
The Younger Madaras Twin, along with his brother, are denizens of the Forbidden Woods.
The Twins grew up alongside a poisonous snake, and developed a silent, inhuman kinship. Eventually they learned human ways, and became hunters. Both the twins became hunters, and brought back and dissected their beast prey, in order to support the villagers in their forbidden research. They fed their snake the beast entrails and it grew uncontrollably. They soon joined The League and bore its oath rune.
When they discovered Vermin even in their beloved snake and after putting it out of its misery, the younger brother is said to have murdered the older.
- After either killing Valtr, Master of the League or completing his quest line and picking up his helm, the Younger Madaras Twin will be spawned outside the house and attack The Hunter. Defeat him to get the Madaras Whistle.
- This will make him unavailable for summoning.
- The elevator can be used to make him fall to his death; this is advised as his whistle can one-shot most low-level players.
- The story of the Madaras Twins appears to resonate somewhat with the biblical account of Cain and Abel, whereupon Cain slew his older brother. And since the snake is the symbol for the devil and sin in the Bible, it appears to draw an interesting parallel.