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Giant Fly

Enemy Type Insect
Weakness Fire, Hit in the air
Resistances ??
Immune ??

Giant Fly is an Enemy in Dark Souls 3.

 

Enemy Description

  • Found in the Ashes of Ariandel DLC.
  • A giant fly with human-like limbs and face.

 

Combat Information

  • Has a grabbing attack that will plant maggots in you that cause bleed build-up.
  • Spit maggots at you. They telegraph this by flashing their eyes. If hit, causes bleed build-up.
  • Takes twice as much damage if hit in the air.
  • Can be Rapported?

 

Notes & Trivia

  • They sometimes drop Human Pine Resin, suggesting that these things were once human.
  • Like flies, they are usually found near the rot in the Painted World.

 

Variations

Variation Name

Location Drops
 Painted World of Ariandel  NG++ (440)    Human Pine Resin (Rare)

 

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    • 05 Nov 2016 06:14  

      Some tips on killing these please, I went to the chamber with lots of them and the whole swarm comes flying at me if I kill just 1 of them. They are easy enough to kill but they do that sting attack which deals a lot of damage as well as putting nematodes that cause INSANE bleeding. I couldn't rapport them, but they did get lured by the Skull (although it lasts for very short while). Are they weak to anything? like fire could make those dogs immobile?

      • 31 Oct 2016 00:34  

        Most disturbing, yet well-designed enemy in the DLC imo. Their fly-like movements are perfectly done, and their creepy semi-human nature makes them so much worse than just large insects would be. Combine that with the vastly unsettling places you encounter them, and this is an enemy to really make your skin crawl.

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