The Moonlight Butterfly is pretty cool. Easy, but cool.
Seath the Scaleless spent his time performing all manner of experiments, and this creature is just one of many. I'm not really sure why you fight it in Darkroot Garden, but oh well.
This fight can be pretty boring if you play melee (and why wouldn't you?!), because the Butterfly stays out of your range for most of the fight. After using a few easy-to-dodge attacks it flies down to the bridge to... rest? Eat the plants that are there? Let you smack its face? Who knows?
If you are ranged this fight should be even easier. Or you can just summon the witch under the stairs before the boss.
I like this fight despite it not being anything amazing. The boss still looks cool and can kill you if your not careful. Decent spot on this list if you ask me.
62) Prowling Magus and Congregation
Dark Souls II
Each game in the series has that one boss that the Souls community just seems to view as a joke. Though not as subjected to this as his predecessor Pinwheel, Magus was is still a pushover when it comes to fighting it.
The battle consists of you against the Magus, two lightning clerics, and a small horde of crawling zombies. Most of them go down in 2-4 hits, and the leader doesn't take a whole lot more punishment to bring down.
I only had trouble with this group once. I was attempting to acquire Benhart of Jugo's sword, so I decided to farm the Magus with Bonfire Ascetics. After a few he did get a little tougher, but nothing I couldn't handle with my trusty Red Iron Twinblade.
Really? If you lose to this guy you are just that bad. Just kidding, but this guy is pretty easy. Not my favorite of dark souls bosses.
Speaking of the butt of Dark Souls jokes, we have Pinwheel. There's no doubt in my mind that this guy is the easiest boss the series has to offer.
I can imagine he's more difficult if you choose to go through the Catacombs early, but I don't like trekking through that area even when I'm adequately prepared for it. Why subject yourself to that nightmare?
The lore states that Pinwheel stole the Rite of Kindling from Gravelord Nito, an item that allows you to bolster bonfires past their normal limit. Why would he want this?
There are two popular theories that I like. The first is that he was part of an Occult group we learn about that wanted to bring down the gods themselves, and preventing them from strengthening their fire would deal a major blow. The second, and far more tragic, is that Pinwheel consists of a father, mother and child (supported by the three masks). The mother and child perished, and the grief-stricken father stole the Rite of Kindling to attempt to bring them back to life. He succeeded, but turned them into the twisted monster we see.
Either way, just get in there and end this boss quick.
This guy is similar to the last. Just whack everything in sight. Pretty easy, but I kinda like it.
60) Covetous Demon
Dark Souls II
You know what this fight is missing? A huge trapdoor and a wall mounted carbonite-frozen Han Solo.
Seriously though, the Covetous Demon is kind of a joke. You have to actively try to die to this guy (three rhymes for the win!) and even then it's going to take him a while to do it.
His lore is that he wanted to win the affections of Queen Mytha, so he decided to eat, and eat, and eat... until he turned into the abomination we're forced to take down. Let me tell you from experience that overeating like crazy will (probably) not do wonders for you in the ladies department.
Yeah this dude is gross and just likes to roll over. Not really a fun fight and not memorable at all.