So as i was carousing the internet in search of valuable dark-souls data. I came across a hidden document, behind an illusory wall so-to-speak.
It wrote of a 10th covenant, a stark defender against the darkness and despair wrung by the Darkwraith faction. With it's goal to invade, secure and protect, not destroy. I read in awe of the fabled white-eye orb, stood bewildered by the bright hand's powers. This covenant, developed in a much older world than the one we play in today, and developed for a set of universes far more connected than now. Was meant to forcibly invade and protect it's hosts, with or without their consent, and defend them while granting them humanity as a reward for temporarily turning their reality into a battle between light and dark.
And i tell you /v/, i wanted to join this covenant dearly, to surprise unwary players into jolly, (abiet a tad forced) cooperation and reward them kindly for it. So i started my own Covenant...
With a bit of soul searching, research in the duke's library, and a tiny-winy (ok quite a bit) of memory injecting. I've managed to allow my player to join this long lost covenant, and invade anyone he would be otherwise able to invade, as an ALLIED white phantom.
Details, and methodology below.
You can cooperate with any player you would otherwise be able to invade.
You can cooperate with players you normally would only be able to invade, and not be summoned by due to port restrictions.
You can join a player after you've died, without them having to return to a bonfire.
Players can dismiss you as normally
Give the Host a Humanity!
Be a nice guy!
Well you honestly can't muck it up, just don't push your host off a cliff or something, that would be terrible...(ly hillarious)
Copy/Paste the Following to a file, save as "Lightwraith.ct"
Or download here
(I am not the original creator of this script, all credit goes to the good-folks at the cheat-engine forums, the story is just fluff!)
1). Run table with the appropriate program (child safety check, sorry)
2). Turn on Dark Souls. If you don't have DSfix FPSunlocker enabled, turn them on. (Dsfix disables xlive memory checking)
3). Log into your character
4). Set Table target as "Data.exe" Yes, keep the values. (Hint, it's the computer button at the top)
5). Lock the address (click the box)
6) set value as "-1", it will automatically set to the correct number.
7). You're now a white phantom while invading! Have fun!