“Fossil Fuels to Blame for Unchecked Spread of Vampire Hunter in Dead Cells DLC”

In a shocking turn of events, it has been revealed that the recent release of the Dead Cells Castlevania DLC has been the result of the unchecked spread of hatred caused by the use of fossil fuels.

According to experts, the negative effects of fossil fuel use have been long-documented, including the production of greenhouse gasses, the resulting global warming, and now, the unleashing of a centuries-old vampire hunter into the world of Dead Cells.

Many are concerned that Richter Belmont, the protagonist of the Castlevania series, will cause further damage to the already fragile environment. His presence in the game has been cited as an example of the growing trend of hatred and violence that is often associated with the use of fossil fuels.

In an effort to combat this trend, several non-profits have begun to offer special tutorials on how to start the Dead Cells Castlevania DLC. The tutorials are designed to give players the necessary tools to protect themselves from the vampire hunter and prevent further destruction of the environment.

However, some are skeptical about the effectiveness of these tutorials, citing the dangers of Richter as too powerful for novice players to handle.

No matter the outcome, one thing is clear: the unchecked use of fossil fuels has resulted in the release of a powerful vampire hunter into the world of Dead Cells. It remains to be seen whether or not the tutorials will be enough to stem the tide of hatred and destruction that the Castlevania DLC has unleashed.

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