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Lothric Wyvern

Lothric Wyvern DKS3

Enemy Type Wyvern
Weakness Lightning  & Frost
Resistances Fire, Poison, Toxic, Bleed
Immune n/a

Lothric Wyvern is an Enemy in Dark Souls 3.

 

Enemy Description

Combat Information

  • They will try to spew fire on the player when damaged, regardless of the player's location.
  • Damaging the wyvern in the High Wall until its health depletes to a certain point will prompt it to fly away, leaving the area for good and result in a Large Titanite Shard. A safe area to snipe this wyvern with magic or a bow is in the doorway of the room below the Tower on the Wall bonfire.
  • In order to make the ones in Lothric Castle disappear, one has to attack their Pus of Man. The player does not need to kill any Pus of Man, the Wyverns are killed when any of the two Pus of Man starts to attack him or her. 
  • The green Wyvern's Pus of Man is located just after the first entrance, there is a ladder on the right which leads to a large room where the player can attack the pus. For the white one, it's on the left of Dragonslayer Armour's fog wall, there is a breach on the low walls, from there the player can jump behind the Wyvern and engage its pus of man.
  • Unlike the others Pus of Man, the Wyverns' cannot move. However they can unleash cursing clouds and all of their attacks have curse build up. Rest assured: they hate fire as much as their brothers.

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Notes & Trivia

  • The wyverns are probably not alive anymore, just infected bodies by Pus of Man - because all of them die when one of the Pus of Man is attacked.
  • A Wyvern defending a door or a bridge is a recurring theme in the Souls games.

  

 

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    • 07 May 2017 22:17  

      No one is going to acknowledge that you can run past the dragons, go into the building, and hit the green ones toe and they both die? Way easier than sitting there using a bow or something for ten minutes...

      • 05 Feb 2017 00:24  

        Today when I was running through the area with a new character, after I had killed the Wyverns, one of the Pus of Man seemed to die on its own. The only reason I know this is because two Titanite Chunks and Ember's showed up on the screen, which is the same for both Pus of Man's. However, this was multiples deaths/Firelink Shrines after I had killed the Wyverns, and I was just outside the Twin Prince's bossfight.

        • 20 Jan 2017 00:59  

          When any one of the dragons is killed, (I used onislayer greatarrows) the other one dies as well, leaving only the plus of man. When the plus of man are killed, the dragon corpse it's tied to disappears.

          • Safe spot07 Aug 2016 16:28  

            For the wyvern on High Wall, another safe spot is near the door it guards. While safe from it's flames, you can easily fire arrows on his wings, only requiring to get the undeads of the area killed (either by you or the wyvern).

            • On how to "Kill" it.23 Apr 2016 19:57  

              If you do not happen to kill the other Wyvern from far back (that you could see from the Tower on the Wall), it will join this Wyvern to help roast you alive. But from there, you can use about 30-40 arrows on that Wyvern instead of the Lothric Wyvern. When you deplete its health, both Wyverns will suddenly drop "dead". However, you will need to head to each area, where you will find one Pus of Man at each Dragon's body. From there, kill the Pus and you will then kill the dragons, gaining a few titanite pieces, and an ember.

              • Lothric castle18 Apr 2016 09:26  

                I'm at Lothric castle, one of the wyverns on the bridged bugged, now it can't die, no matter how much I beat its foot... Did anyone experience this?

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