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Ringed Knight

Enemy Type Knight
Weakness Frost, Dark
Resistances Fire, Lightning, Physical, Poison/Toxic, Bleed
Immune n/a

Ringed Knight is an Enemy in Dark Souls 3.

 

Enemy Description

  • Powerful knights that guard the streets of the Ringed City.
  • Their armor and fighting style are both very reminiscent of Darkwraiths.

 

Combat Information

  • Appears in 3 variants: using sword, pike or Ringed Knight Paired Greatswords. First 2 variants are very often met in groups or together with Lothric Thiefs or Hollow Clerics. 
  • Ringed knight using Paired Greatswords, which can be met only alone, has more hp than version using sword or pike. 
  • Deals physical and - if their weapon is buffed - fire damage.
  • Some of their attacks can be parried.
  • Can't be lured
  • Can't be rapported.

 Known Drops

Notes & Trivia

  • When the straight sword variant holds its blade upwards and lights it, it will either do a Soul of Cinder-esque 5-hit combo or a lunging thrust from long range.
  • The spear variant's shield roar can knock players back, so be careful when fighting them near cliffs.
  • Bearing similarities to Darkwraiths, it is possible that Darkstalker Kaathe (from Dark Souls 1) was once associated with the city that these knights guard.

 

Variations

Ringed Knight - Sword user

Location Drops
 The Ringed City      
       

Ringed Knight - Pike user

Location Drops
 The Ringed City      
       

Ringed Knight - Greatswords user

Location Drops
 The Ringed City      
       

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      27 Jul 2017 05:49  

      I would like to know more about these, things like how mutch HP they have, the damage they do, how mutch absorbtion they have, these things would help me alot making my Ringed Knight Build dude :D

      • Anonymous

        17 Jul 2017 08:13  

        Look into the God's Chemosh and Moloch if you want to know more. Basically involves sacrificing your new born to a fire for money.

        • Anonymous

          16 Jun 2017 18:01  

          It must have been an insane battle when the gods and their silver knights battled the ringed knights into submission to stop the abyss from swallowing the whole world. Ragnarok doomsday like!

          • Anonymous

            20 May 2017 08:20  

            it's irritating these enemy pages use the phrasing "Can't be both lured and rapported", which taken literally leads me to believe you can't lure them and rapport them simultaneously. should read "Can't be lured or rapported".

            ~(A & B) <=> (~A | ~B) =/= ~(A | B) <=> (~A & ~B)

            de morgan's law mother *****ers, its basic logic

            • Anonymous

              11 May 2017 23:38  

              I think I have a farming route for these guys that works pretty well. Starting from Ringed City Streets, enter the area requiring you to "show your humanity". Then kill the two Ringed Knights there (and the giant, if you want), then go down the stairs near the giant and down the ladder. From there, if you look down, you should see two Ringed Knights below you, one of them close enough to the wall to get a plunging attack on. Do that plunging attack, then take them out (the second one won't aggro unless you get in his field of view). From there, get close to the edge opposite the wall you just dropped down, and you should see another Ringed Knight. You can perform a leap attack that will turn into a plunging attack onto him, then take care of him. Then use the coiled sword fragment/homeward bone/ dark sign and start over. It sounds complicated, but once you get it down, you can get through the route pretty quickly, and it feels safer and more efficient than farming the four on the sunken building in the swamp.

              • Anonymous

                30 Apr 2017 06:00  

                Where's the best place to farm these guys in multiples? Been killing the double greatsword Knight but one at a time is tedious.

                • Anonymous

                  23 Apr 2017 19:05  

                  ringed set looks pretty badass , gotten full set off first two you meet in ringed inner wall only one hood multiple rest

                  • Anonymous

                    21 Apr 2017 19:48  

                    These guys have a fanged smile when you look at their faces.. Also, aren't they pygmy/human? So shouldn't they be strong to Dark and weak to Lightning or something else? Just seems odd to me.

                    • Anonymous

                      20 Apr 2017 02:35  

                      Their health on NG+4 Is 3,850 lol. Also Embers are quite common to drop along with chunks. once you kill like 15 or 20 knights the drop rate of everything increases. I get embers and chunks from them just having my luck up to 180. When I use the ring, staff, crystal sage rapier, the monster treasure chest head, and use a lucky coin Ill be at like 490 luck. Stuff starts dropping in 2's and 3's. These guys are the best to farm for embers in the whole game!

                      • Anonymous

                        08 Apr 2017 18:54  

                        I spend 2-3 hours farming them for their head gear. They were dropping everything, multiple pieces of their armor, embers, titanite scales but that freaking hood took forever. By the end I had so many souls that I was able to purchase EVERY armor piece the handmaiden had in store. Holy*****

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