Rubbish is a Tool in Dark Souls 3.


Rubbish with no value.

Who in their right mind would bother carrying this around? Perhaps you need help.


Rubbish Usage

  • Unlike past Souls games, Rubbish cannot be traded with Snuggly The Crow (Pickle Pee and Pump-a-Rum). Its use in this game is still unknown.



Rubbish Locations

  • Sold by Unbreakable Patches for 200 Souls.
  • Dropped randomly by some of the early game hollow enemies
  • 1x found in Profaned Capital, on a ledge where you can return from the toxic swamp back to the bonfire.




  • Acts like the Pendant from Dark Souls 1, but sold and found in more places.


    • Anonymous

      28 Sep 2017 03:10  

      That moment when you realise to get max of every buyable item that stacks, you have to get 699 of the most useless item in the game

      • Anonymous

        01 Aug 2017 01:28  

        "Acts like the Pendant from Dark Souls 1" except you can't trade it so it that means it does nothing, right?

        • Anonymous

          16 Apr 2017 03:25  

          Enemies in Undead Settlement appear to drop this more often after entering Ringed City the first time in the active ng(+s). Can't confirm if its just an odd coincidence.

          • Anonymous

            31 Dec 2016 22:21  

            Tbh i think it fits that patches sells these. You put the item near a cliff and as the "greedy guts" approaches thinking treasure they get a kick, stab, slam, ligthning, magic or my personal favourite a greatarrow in the back and off they go

            • Anonymous

              Ultimate Troll Item!23 Aug 2016 18:36  

              A troll can block someones path for twenty minutes then leave them five rubbish as a gift before they depart. They would probably assume it's something better.

              • Anonymous

                Rubbish12 Aug 2016 20:24  

                This is trivial...However, i think rubbish is dropped when you mess up a secret or questline possibility. E.g at the undead settlement the hidden npc that tells you to jump in the cage.(pit of hollows covenant) if you kill the npc and attack the guy with the cage on his back you get rubbish. If you dont kill on sight you get the mound makers covenant. Its a long shot but it seems sensible as breaking chests gives you rubbish instead of treasure. Mabye its a subliminal hint to say you messed up a secret. That wouldnt explain why patches sells it though

                • Anonymous

                  use it as trap !!16 May 2016 23:16  

                  Obviously rubbish is a trap item, and that is why you can buy it from the infamous deceiver Patches !! <br/>just drop it in some edge or tight place - where you can plunge or backstab - and trick invader/host <br/>

                  • Anonymous

                    Rubbish usage25 Apr 2016 09:19  

                    Perhaps it may be used to lure unsuspecting players into a false sense of security in PvP. When dropped it may appear as an item pick up.

                    • Anonymous

                      founb drop14 Apr 2016 11:23  

                      i had 2 drop from the saw guy at dilapidated bridge, id update the page myself to show the drop, but i don't know the name of the enemy nor how to properly update the page w/out breaking something.

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