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Fallen Knight Set

Physical Resitance 27.6 Bleed Resistance 97
Strike Defense 26.6 Poison Resistance 57
Slash Defense 21.8 Frost Resistance 88
Thrust Defense 24.4 Curse Resistance 47
Magic Defense 18.6 Poise 19.2
Fire Defense 28.1  
Lightning Defense 23.2 icon-durabilitiy.png ??
Dark Defense 19.3 icon_weight.png 22.2

Fallen Knight Set is an Armor in Dark Souls 3.




Armor of an order of fallen knights who disbanded and fled but met untimely deaths.

The drab, tattered cloth conceals tough, black metal which provides dependable protection from fire.
It is just possible to make out the majestic gold engravings on its surface.





Location/Where to Find

  • Found in the Road of Sacrifices, from the Halfway Fortress bonfire, go to the lake near two hostile NPCs, by a Great Crab, and all of the pieces can be looted from a corpse.
  • Video location (fextralife video starting at 52m 14s)





Notes and Tips

  • This is an excellent medium weight set all around.
  • Generally good fire resist, and excellent lightning and strike resist for a set of metal armor.
  • The worn appearance seems similar to Hawkwood's Shield, but this is purely speculation.
  • Close inspection (especially of the helm) reveals similarities to the Drakeblood Set.
  • Being a hooded armor set, it also carries a loose resemblance to the Yahar'gul Hunter Set from Bloodborne.





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Piece Information

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Fallen Knight Helm

Physical Resitance 4.4 Bleed Resistance 21
Strike Defense 4.2 Poison Resistance 14
Slash Defense 3.6 Frost Resistance 19
Thrust Defense 4.0 Curse Resistance 12
Magic Defense 2.9 Poise 3.5
Fire Defense 4.2  
Lightning Defense 3.5 icon-durabilitiy.png 370
Dark Defense 2.6 icon_weight.png 4.6
Armor Type Helms
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Fallen Knight Armor

Physical Resitance 12.6 Bleed Resistance 43
Strike Defense 12.2 Poison Resistance 28
Slash Defense 10.0 Frost Resistance 39
Thrust Defense 11.1 Curse Resistance 22
Magic Defense 8.3 Poise 8.7
Fire Defense 12.4  
Lightning Defense 10.4 icon-durabilitiy.png 360
Dark Defense 9 icon_weight.png 9.2
Armor Type Chest Armor
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Fallen Knight Gauntlets

Physical Resitance 3.3 Bleed Resistance 11
Strike Defense 3.2 Poison Resistance 5
Slash Defense 2.6 Frost Resistance 10
Thrust Defense 2.9 Curse Resistance 4
Magic Defense 2.4 Poise 2.1
Fire Defense 3.7  
Lightning Defense 3.0 icon-durabilitiy.png 350
Dark Defense 2.2 icon_weight.png 3.1
Armor Type Gauntlets
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Fallen Knight Trousers

Physical Resitance 7.3 Bleed Resistance 22
Strike Defense 7.0 Poison Resistance 10
Slash Defense 5.6 Frost Resistance 20
Thrust Defense 6.4 Curse Resistance 9
Magic Defense 5.0 Poise 4.9
Fire Defense 7.8  
Lightning Defense 6.3 icon-durabilitiy.png 350
Dark Defense 5.5 icon_weight.png 5.3
Armor Type Leggings

 

 

Gallery

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    • Anonymous

      22 Aug 2017 19:48  

      Take note of this. This is a another's version of the DS3 Knight set. Believe me. Just look at some features on the Knight set and look for that feature in the Fallen Knight set. Look at the Knight leggings. Notice the many straps around behind the leggings? Pay attention to their placement and look for it on the Fallen Knight leggings. Notice it? Remember on the Knight set there was this cloth piece on the torso, at the waist behind the plate armor, over the chainmail? You can spot that very same cloth on the Fallen Knight set too! Same thing for the broad stout armor design. The only difference between the 2 other than general looks is that the Fallen Knight set is darker and has more intricate golden designs on it while the Knight set is shiny and plain, the only sign of any intricate design is on it's helmet.

      • 16 Aug 2017 05:22  

        They're quite different, the cuirass, faulds, spaulders, pauldrons, and faulds are completely different. As a few others have said, it has more in common with vilhem's armor, but it's still not quite the same. I can't tell if there are any symbols in common between the two. If it has anything to do with Londor, it would probably have to be before londor became the land of hollows because it seems sized for a normal person rather than the ultra slim hollow sizing.

        The helmet also has the two eye slots that Vilhem's does, but also seems to have a seam for a hinge between the pair of eye slits and the area covering the rest of the face. It's possible that the mask could have cracked.

        Really wish there was a clean version of this armor without the cloak. It's funny that it has some of the best vertex weighting in the game but they covered so much of it up with the cloak.

        • 16 Aug 2017 04:27  

          Aside from both being black, there doesn't seem to be much in common between this and the drakeblood set. Fallen Knight set has a full cuirass , drakeblood set has an actually kind of short breastplate (almost looks like it needs a plackart), fallen knight has several Spaulders below the left pauldron while the drakeblood does not, and the faulds are completely different. I also couldn't find any symbols in common between the two sets. They appear unrelated, and this doesn't seem odd as we know the fate of the drakeblood knights, they sunk with Shulva.

          Comparisons to the Elite/Nameless knight set are clearly misguided, they have no parts or symbols in common and are centuries apart in terms of real world armor technology.

          • Anonymous

            14 Aug 2017 02:17  

            Actually, the fallen knight helmet and chest seem to resemble Vilhelm's set more than the drake blood, due to having the same shaped helmet, the same color, and the same engravings.

            • Anonymous

              08 Aug 2017 13:58  

              I have been wearing this armor for a while but it looks boring now... I made lighter and cooler edgy-samurai set for myself.

              • 19 Jun 2017 20:58  

                "Reading The Lore Description of The Elite Knight Set as well as it's appearance strongly hints that the Fallen Knight Set is a battered Elite Knight Set." This makes no sense on any level. None of the descriptions of elite knight set in all of dark souls makes any connections with this set in anyway. Also the two set have little to no similarities excluding obvious ones shared between almost every armor in the game. Taking a look at the fallen knight set's description tell us that its made of black metal with golden engravings on the surface. DS2 Elite knight set's description states that its "made of bradden steel" and there aren't any visible engravings on the armor in any of the games. In addition if the fallen knight set was battered version of anything there probably wouldn't be enough of those engravings left to tell about them in the set's description and as a last point (for now at least) the set looks to be in a very good shape to be battered anyways.
                TL:DR last point in notes and tips is bs and should be removed asap.

                • 19 Jun 2017 20:50  

                  "Reading The Lore Description of The Elite Knight Set as well as it's appearance strongly hints that the Fallen Knight Set is a battered Elite Knight Set." This makes no sense on any level. None of the descriptions of elite knight set in all of dark souls makes any connections with this set in anyway. Also the two set have little to no similarities excluding obvious ones shared between almost every armor in the game. Taking a look at the fallen knight set's description tell us that its made of black metal with golden engravings on the surface. DS2 Elite knight set's description states that its "made of bradden steel" and there aren't any visible engravings on the armor in any of the games. In addition if the fallen knight set was battered version of anything there probably wouldn't be enough of those engravings left to tell about them in the set's description and as a last point (for now at least) the set looks to be in a very good shape to be battered anyways.
                  TL:DR last point in notes and tips is bs and should be removed asap.

                  • Anonymous

                    10 Jun 2017 19:22  

                    SORRY ABOUT MY ENGLISH :)
                    I think (it's my poor opinion) that this armor could be:
                    1. the armor uses by the knights "Blades of the Darkmoon" because this covenant has no knights, exept us, and the armor description says: "Armor of an order of fallen knights who disbanded and fled but met untimely deaths."

                    2. the armor of Vilhelm, because they look really simillar (the black metal, the gold engravings.

                    • Anonymous

                      02 Jun 2017 07:23  

                      Regardless of what anyone says, probably one of the best armor to weight ratios in the game. I prefer it with a ring of steel protection and a wolf ring to beef it up a bit. I normally go black iron set, but this just gets the job done with less weight overall.

                      • Anonymous

                        01 Jun 2017 16:15  

                        "How dare you enjoy something i don't enjoy!".
                        The Edgelords who thinks using this set is for edgelords only.
                        How ironic Edgy kids and manchilds calling others edgy kids.... *****ing fedoralords man.
                        Now, that aside, i really like using this set with my standard Fighter Pyromancer, a good Axe, a good Shield, some good spells and this set with the pyromancer's wraps because that's how i liked it more

                        • Anonymous

                          17 May 2017 19:20  

                          I usually wear this early game for all my characters regardless of the final build. It's just a solid set that's easy to get. Looks pretty rad too.

                          • Anonymous

                            17 May 2017 02:11  

                            Well tried to register to see if I could edit, but that didn't work.
                            Under Notes and Tips you need to fix the link to the Drakeblood Set.
                            Needs to be changed from http://darksouls3.wiki.fextralife.com/Drakeblood+Armor+Set to http://darksouls3.wiki.fextralife.com/Drakeblood+Set

                            • Anonymous

                              27 Apr 2017 20:40  

                              nothing is more cringey than a fool who gets beat by an R1 spammer then takes to the wiki to complain about it a pretty cool looking armor set. I mean how dare someone wear armor they personally think looks cool and its a decent set all around

                              • Anonymous

                                22 Apr 2017 02:08  

                                If you are going to wear this, make sure you don't wear the full set or the head piece/pants. They look super edgy and give off a vibe you probably watch some trash tier anime like naruto. I remember back in the day this was the to-go set for the Dork Sword spammers. The chest/arm piece is alright.

                                • Anonymous

                                  20 Apr 2017 17:12  

                                  The armor is actually the nameless knights armor but with different colors and some differences like the hood

                                  • Anonymous

                                    04 Apr 2017 01:47  

                                    Typical Dark Souls elitists.
                                    If an armor set don't have all around prefect stats for whatever build you've been grinding so hard to create it gets hated on.
                                    You elitists give us Souls veterans a bad name with your superiority complex.
                                    New flash assholes, Dark Souls ain't the hardcore game you think it is, every game its gotten easier and easier.
                                    Hell this latest game almost got a *****ing easy mode.
                                    Also everything you think Dark Souls coined has already been done by Castlevainia and most of its gameplay is contrast to Symphony of The Night specifically, right down to the Metriodvainia exploration.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      13 Mar 2017 20:12  

                                      Oh, there it is, the Katana Wielding Cringelord Armor.
                                      I once invaded someones World and his name was ''Sasusake'' and i thought ''Hmm, this guy probably wears fallen Knight Set and has a Katana, that would be really cringe''. And guess *****ing what. Full Fallen Knight and TWO Katanas.

                                      And of course R1 R1 R1 R1 and then he even had some weaboo anime pic AND used point Down. It cant get more cringy.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        01 Mar 2017 20:58  

                                        Everyone complains about people wearing this. Out of all the problems you idiots wanna complain about sonething that was worn by a lot of people wheb the game first came out.

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