Ring of the Evil Eye is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.

Ring of the Evil Eye

This ring captured the foul spirit of an evil eye, a creature that ravaged Astora.

Absorb HP from each defeated foe.

The horrid spirit nearly destroyed Astora, but was eventually defeated by "the sword of one most noble."


Ring of the Evil Eye Effect

  • Absorb +30 HP from each defeated foe.

  • +1 Version: +33 HP

  • +2 Version: +35 HP

  • +3 Version: +37 HP



Where to Find Ring of the Evil Eye

  • Quest Reward: Anri of Astora

  • +1 Version (NG+): Can be found just before Deacons of the Deep fight, at the back of the altar. (Location)

  • +2 Version (NG++): Located in the High Wall of Lothric. From the second bonfire, head down to the roof with the first crystal lizard and the enemy that morphs. Climb the ladder down. Run past the spear wielding Lothric knight. Head down into the room with the estus shard on the mantle. To the left of the shard is this ring hidden behind a shelf of barrels and wheels. (Location) (video location) (video location from bonfire)

  • +3 Version (The Ringed City): Dropped from a mimic inside the spiral crypt across the bridge from the Ringed City Streets bonfire shortcut. Video Location




  • You don't need to get killing blow.




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    • Anonymous

      02 Dec 2017 14:19  

      Can help you when invading to know when enemies are killing monsters or hiding/setting ambush. You'll see the little wisps come to you when they kill a monster.

      • Anonymous

        18 Nov 2017 18:27  

        C'mon From, you could at least make the increase in health gained SOMEWHAT worth it... Would've been somewhat useful against gankers if the +1 restored 100, the +2 restored 150 and the +3 restored 200 or something like those numbers. Not too great, but as it stands there's absolutely no reason to use this. Especially considering that you get it mid-game when it's much better suited to be an early game ring that encourages new players to be more aggressive so they can push on even if they've run out of estus instead of boning out or running back to the bonfire.

        • Anonymous

          02 Nov 2017 14:56  

          My friend and I were co-oping in the cathedral part with the zombie things, but he wasnt gaining health from them, but when we killed any other enemy, it worked? is this some lore thing or what?

          • Anonymous

            12 Aug 2017 07:53  

            dropped one for my friend and it makes co op a lot more fun since i don't have to stop and heal him as often lol

            • Anonymous

              16 Mar 2017 20:10  

              I wish this game had the ring of dildos and what it does is it lets you have extra damage when using a sword to jab the enemy

              • Anonymous

                12 Nov 2016 17:14  

                Works even if you're an invader and can't fight enemies.
                I noticed I get healed by dying mobs as the invadees kill them in the distance.
                Also a good way to figure out their location by following the trail of "health sparkles".

                • Anonymous

                  12 Nov 2016 12:30  

                  Purely a PvE ring. Weak on it's own, but good when combined with the other HP restore/regen items, such as:
                  - Arstor's Spear (on your back)
                  - Aldrich's Ruby (for backstabs)
                  - Sun Princess' Ring
                  - A blessed shield +9
                  There's more but this is my build, and I never chug estus, even in NG+. And they said this game was supposed to be tough.

                  • Anonymous

                    Could've been better25 Sep 2016 18:47  

                    On the one hand, you don't need to get the killing blow for the heal to trigger, so if you're co-opping, you don't feel so pressured to get the final hit in on everything to get the heal like in Dark Souls 2.On the other hand, there's a 1 or 2 second cooldown on the heal triggering, so killing multiple enemies at the same time or very quickly together will only give you one heal, massively reducing the effectiveness of the ring as a form of in-combat sustain.

                    • Anonymous

                      Wish it was better.10 Jul 2016 06:31  

                      Wish it was percentage base, like 5%, 7.5%, and 10% hp back per kill. The ring is decent at low levels and with low Vig, but once you're over 27 Vig you are better off with more defensive or offensive rings.

                      • Anonymous

                        Testing24 Apr 2016 22:45  

                        I did some testing on this ring. It seems to have a cooldown. I tried a few times, but here is one example. I killed an enemy and got 30 hp and instantly killed another one afterwards and got no hp. I think the cooldown is about 1-2 seconds.

                        • Anonymous

                          +1/+2 values are wrong.22 Apr 2016 13:48  

                          I tested, they respectively give +33 and +35 hp per kill.Tested with broadsword+10 (dex infused, 40dex), no armor, no other rings.+2 ring: 1045hp -> kill -> 1080hp+1 ring: 970hp -> kill -> 1003hp -> kill -> 1036hp+2 ring again: 1036hp -> kill -> 1071hp

                          • Location18 Apr 2016 01:04  

                            A friend got this ring (NG) in the way stated above, but had spoken to Anri and killed Horace before defeating High Lord Wolnir, but I had not spoken to Anri before the boss fight, nor killed Horace (I was also NG), so I obtained the ring at the Yorksha's Chapel bonfire in Irithyll of the Boreal Valley where Anri gives you the 'quiet resolve' gesture.

                            • Anonymous

                              Slight improvement i think30 Mar 2016 16:40  

                              If i remember the ring only healed when you dealt the final blow to an enemy in dark souls 1 and 2

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