The only way to avoid the Ogre's grab attacks is to use the Step Dodge ability, and you'll need to keep your distance in general--he'll do a diving grab move that can get you even if you step back, so make sure you're going sideways when possible, and give yourself ample room to escape.
The good news is that if you can avoid a grab, you'll get a chance to wail on the Ogre for a few seconds. The bad news is that you'll probably need to get wrecked by this move once or twice to get a feel for the timing. A lot of the time when the Ogre plows past you, you'll get opportunities for snagging its wooden collar with your grapple.
Use those chances--you'll get in close for a few big attacks, and it's good practice for a tactic you're going to use a lot when you fight Gyoubu soon enough. If you can unlock it, you'll should also grab the Grapple Hook Attack ability from the Shinobi Martial Arts skill tree. That'll let you swing in and do some damage before you even hit the ground.
The area around the Ogre has a bunch of key grapple points for a reason. The game is providing you with a bunch of escape hatches so you can stop the fight, take a second to breathe, and get your bearings.
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The battle with the Chained Ogre is as much a tutorial as anything else you've faced up to now, giving you the tools to deal with a big, tough enemy, while also teaching you that the tactics you've used in other fights still apply. If you're getting pummeled or just having a hard time, grapple up onto a tree or onto the nearby gate and take a second to reassess the fight.
It's also a handy way to get a chance to use a healing item without worrying you're about to get smashed for letting your guard down. Apart from his big grabs, the Ogre's attacks looks scarier than they actually are--and you can deflect all of them. That includes his big drop kick move, his stompy feet attacks, and his attempts to kick you across the field like a football.
Just because the Ogre isn't using a sword doesn't mean you can't block them, and you definitely should be. Keep your guard up to avoid a lot of incoming damage, and to give yourself openings to attack. You can also dodge most or all of the Ogre's attacks to give yourself a chance at getting in close to land some blows. The drop kick move is especially easy to slip around, giving you a chance to cut away and clear out some of the Ogre's vitality. Blocking will help you break its posture sooner, though, so while Souls and Bloodborne players might feel like dodging is the right move, it's actually slowing down your ability to win the fight.
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This is one of the first things we learn in the season premiere after Sheila discovers she's undead. The couple's brainy teenage neighbor Eric explains that the undead are driven by their desires. As Sheila mentions in the premiere episode, being undead has done wonders for her sex life with her husband. Her libido is quite active all of the time, especially right after she eats. In the season one finale, Dr. Wolf Portia de Rossi offers a few suggestions including a mutation of the rabies virus or a resurgence of an ancient plague, but she said speculation was pointless. Eric suggests in the premiere that most new viruses come from animals such as monkeys or bats.
When Joel seeks out the translations of two pictures he discovers that appear to depict his wife's ailment, he learns that her symptoms mirror an ancient Serbian plague. The grandmother of Joel's daughter's principal Novak translates the two images he found. The first means, "Man eat man to live" while the second, showing a person vomiting means, "Without cure, man will die. The two posters Joel finds in a bookstore. Novak's grandmother tells Joel the images are representative of a story she was told as a little girl about a village that turned into monsters in Serbia.
In the series, the grandmother calls the village "Pozega. According to Novak's grandma, the story was told to frighten children.
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When Joel presses to learn more about a possible cure, Novak's grandmother says she's unsure if it's even real. She tells him the pictures he found come from an old, rare book that supposedly contains a cure. When Sheila first discovered she was undead, she was fine eating raw meat straight out of the freezer. That changed when she took a bite out of her former coworker Gary Nathan Fillion. From that point on, she needed fresh human meat. It's not certain how long Sheila can go without eating.
In an early episode, she tells her husband she hadn't eaten in two days before they find her someone to sink her teeth into. We see Sheila stabbed numerous times in season one with objects ranging from knives to dinner plates, but they never cause her any harm.
She doesn't bleed nor does she receive any evident wounds from sustained injuries. Though they try to make an elaborate plan, Sheila and Joel aren't methodical killers like Dexter who can get rid of a body quietly. After an embarrassing showdown, Loki makes the slip and Sheila and Joel lose sight of him. Though he escapes, Sheila thinks she remembers biting him.
We don't know how this spreads. I never got bitten.
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Ultimately, she convinces herself she didn't bite him saying, "I didn't taste any blood. By the episode's end, we learn that wasn't the case. Loki is seen in a motel room covered in a heinous shade of yellow vomit, similar to Sheila in the show's premiere. Loki is seen waking up meaning the virus Sheila managed to get can be transferred to other people.
Or at least fall off, it appears. At the end of episode seven, Sheila finds that one of her own toes has fallen off while taking a bath. She then makes multiple attempts at reattaching it involving hot glue and needle and thread until she damaged it completely with a hammer and nail. It turns out Sheila can't be a tame zombie forever. In the finale, Dr.