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Siegward of Catarina is a NPC in Dark Souls 3. He wears the Catarina Set and wields a Zweihander, along with the Pierce Shield.

 

Siegward of Catarina Information

  • This NPC can be killed.
  • Assists in the boss fight with Yhorm the Giant.
  • Gives "Toast" gesture.
  • Gives "Sleep" gesture.
  • Gives "Rejoice" gesture.
  • Rewards you with Titanite slab if you free him in the irithyll dungeons.
  • Gives "Siegbrau", German for "Victorybrew".

 

Siegward's Questline

Please note there are bugs in this questline addressed with patch 1.05

 

Step 1: You can first find Siegward of Catarina at Undead Settlement (see page for map). He will be located just past Eygon of Carim, and he will be coming up the lift. After speaking with him and exhausting his dialogue, he will move to a ledge nearly at the top of the lift. You can roll off if timed right and speak with him again. Help him fight the Fire Demon here to get some gestures and a Siegbrau.

  • NOTE: If you didn't talk to him when you first saw him on the elevator, he will despawn. However, if you go to the Fire Demon, his dialogue will appear, and he will join you to fight the demon. If you die during the fight he will spawn again. If he dies during the fight, he will not respawn


Step 2: Next, he will be found in a well outside of the Cathedral of the Deep's Cleansing Chapel bonfire (see page for map). You won't be able to speak to him until you have completed these steps:

  1. You must open the big double blue doors across from Rosaria's Bedchamber Bonfire leading out to the graveyard  (these doors can be accessed by either using the golden lever in front of Rosaria's Bedchamber bonfire, or by using an elevator to the left of the boss fog gate).
  2. Reload the area, then speak with him.
  3. Obtain his armor from Unbreakable Patches Then return it to Siegward in the well. (If you have the Catarina Set from NG, you may use that instead)


Step 3: After saving him from the well, he can be found in Irithyll of the Boreal Valley (see page for map),  through a small sewer connected to the lake near the Distant Manor bonfire, resting by a fireplace. He has made some Estus Soup and toasts with the player again. You can get gestures here if you missed them in the first encounter (Toast and Sleep).

  • Note: He may not appear here if you have entered Irithyll Dungeon, instead his quest-line continues at the next location. However if you don't meet him there he doesn't join you for the Yhorm fight.
  • Note: If you did not speak with Siegward in the well outside the Cleansing Chapel you can still have this meeting with him even if you went to Irithyll Dungeon. Simply go talk to him in the well and give him his armor and immeidately after he can be found by the fireplace.

 

Step 4: In Irithyll Dungeon, Siegward will be locked up in a cell. You do not need to talk to him to free him, but if you wish to do so make your way to a pit full of rats and a sleeping giant standing in the pit. There is a dungeon cell window, where you can find Siegward locked up. You need to free him. Be careful of the rats while talking to him, as they respawn many times.

From here you must find a sewer area with two chests, one of them contains the Old Cell Key, which you will need for step 5. Beware of Basilisks that spawn afterwards.

 

Step 5: To get to Siegward's cell door, head to the Profaned Capital bonfire area. Take the ladder down and bypass some rubble, a Headless Gargoyle will show up right before a series of narrow corridors. Go through the corridors and be careful not to fall through the holes in the floor. You will emerge to find a church located in a swamp. The church is surrounded by Sewer Centipedes and the sticky water causes Toxic buildup. Take the ladder on the right of the church and make your way to the roof of the church. On top of the roof is a hostile NPC who drops Logan's Scroll. From the roof towards the stairs, there is an open window in the wall that you need to jump through. You will have to jump from the roof to enter, and it leads to the cell. Using the Old Cell Key frees him and nets you a Titanite Slab. You'll also find Covetous Gold Serpent Ring in his cell.

  • If you have already vanquished Yhorm the Giant OR if you skipped one of the encouters from his questline, and if you want to get his Armor set (non-permanent drop, gets lost upon refresh) instead of an additional/equal Storm Ruler only, then Siegward of Catarina has to die here by your hand. Be sure to get your Titanite Slab through conversation first.

 

Step 6: After saving him from his cell, upon entering the fog wall that leads to Yhorm the Giant, a cutscene will trigger with Siegward walking along side the player into the boss arena. He will not join you in the fight with Yhorm if you skipped an encounter with Siegward, but you can still get the Titanite Slab at the end: the only requirement is that you save him from the well.

  • If Yhorm is killed, before freeing Siegward from his cell, returning to the Yhorm boss arena will have another Storm Ruler on the floor, the armor set is lost in this case.

 

Step 7: (If this is your third Lord of Cinder, do this step as soon as you can move) Talk to Siegward one final time after Yhorm is slain, the conversation after Yhorm leads to him making a toast and then taking a nap. If you proceed to walk towards the bonfire without resting at it, and continue onwards towards the throne, he will collapse behind you dying, and leave his gear behind for you to pick up. (If he does not collapse after walking to the throne, walking towards the door should yield the same results).

 

Variables:

If Yhorm is defeated while Siegward is still trapped in the well in Cathedral of the Deep, freeing him will still trigger his appearance at all the subsequent locations. When you meet him in the kitchen at Irithyll of the Boreal Valley he will thank you for completing his task (killing Yhorm) in his absence and gift you with Emit Force and a Siegbrau. You can then find him in his cell in Irithyll Dungeon, even if you had already unlocked it, and he will give you the Titanite Slab. Finally, you'll find him in the boss room of the vanquished Yhorm the Giant, where he will toast you again (gifting you another Siegbrau) before having a nap. If you return after picking up the Storm Ruler next to the bonfire he'll be gone, leaving behind his Storm Ruler and a Pierce Shield for you. If you reload the area, there will be the Catarina Set on the ground to be picked up.

 

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Dialogue

First encounter

 

"Hmm...
Mmmmmm...
Hmm... Mmm...
Oh!
Pardon me, I was absorbed in thought.
I am Siegward of Catarina.
To be honest, I'm in a bit of a pickle.
Have you ever walked near a white birch, only to be struck by a great arrow?
Well, if I'm not mistaken, they come from this tower.
Whoever it is, I'm sure I can talk some sense into them.
But I have to find a way up, and that's just the trouble.
This lift only goes down, you see, and...
Well, that doesn't get me anywhere...
Hmm... Mmm..."

"This lift only goes down, but you know...
With a little warming up, eventually... No, no...
I've got to use my head. And think.
Hmm... Mmm..."

Second encounter

 

Hmm... Mmm...
Ah, oh!
Don't disappear like that. You had me downright worried.
But thanks to you, an epiphany has struck me sqaure in the head.
I've unravelled the riddle of this inscrutable lift!" (laughs)

"On some days, I begin to doubt myself.
I went up the tower, so I thought, then somehow ended up here.
I'm not exactly sure what happened.
Anyhow, do you see that? That humungous beast.
I'm no coward, and I've a steady hand, but that thing makes my skin crawl.
Now, now, think twice before you go down that road."

"I could try talking some sense into him...
No, I think not. He's far too over-heated.
I've got to use my head. And think.
Hmm... Mmm..."

Attacking the Beast

 

No! You should have waited!
Well, it's too late now.
I, Siegward of the Knights of Catarina, fight by your side!" (aaarh!)

Defeating the Beast

 

That was quite the performance.
But you musn't get in over your head.
We Unkindled must put our duties first.
But for the moment, we've a toast to make.
To your valour, my sword, and our victory together.
Long may the Sun shine!" (laughs) (Toast gesture)

"Well, I'm going to have myself a little nap.
The only thing to do, really, after a nice toast." (laughs)

(snores) (Sleep gesture)

Cathedral of the Deep Well

 

Hello! Hello!
Anyone there? Anyone at all?"

"Oh!
I know that voice. Just how long has it been?
It's me, Siegward of Catarina.
I'm loathe to admit it, but I've been had.
Somone's swiped my armour.
Did you happen to see it anywhere?"

(Haven't seen it) "Oh, yes, I see...
Not to worry. Great planning begets great fortune.
An old tenet of the Knights of Catarina.
And I am a master planner, I do say!" (laughs)

"I'm in quite a pickle indeed.
Maybe I can fashion a replacement...from the...hmm
I've got to use my head. And think.
Hmm... Mmm..."

(Throw armor) "Ah, oh! My armour!
My deepest gratitude! I, Siegward of Catarina, salute you.
With my trusty suit of armour, I'll be out of here in a jiffy.
Until we meet again, comrade!" (laughs) (Rejoice gesture)

"No need to worry about me.
With my trusty suit of armour, I'll be out of here in a jiffy.
Until we meet again, my good friend!" (laughs)

 

Irithyll Kitchen

 

(snores) Ah, ohh!
Excuse me. I must have dozed off.
It's rather warm in here.
Well, well, hasn't it been all too long! It's good to see you.
Oh, I seemed to have missed my chance, so...
I, Siegward of Catarina, offer my deepest gratitude.
And a little surprise to go with it. It's all yours." (Emit Force)

"I know. Won't you join me for dinner?
I make a fine estus soup. I've got some stewing right now.
Even we Undead deserve a little normalcy, from time to time.
And finally, upon this rendezvous, let us make a toast. (Siegbrau)
To your valour, my sword, and our sworn duties! Long may the sun shine!" (laughs)

"Have you heard?
Somewhere, hidden right here in Irithyll, is a deep dungeon.
And even below that, the Profaned Capital.
Home of Yhorm, the reclusive giant lord.
That remonds me, I've a grave promise to keep..."

"Oh, sorry, I'm afraid I've cast a cloud over things.
Well, I'm going to have myself a little nap.
The only thing to do, really, after a nice toast." (laughs)

(snores)

Irithyll Dungeon Cell

 

Hmm... Hmm...
Ah, oh!
Pardon me. I was absorbed in thought.
Look at me, trapped like a rat.
But you needn't worry.
I've just been sitting here, weighing my options.
The moment has almost come.
...I just need a bit more time."

"My liberation requires a key.
But the key is outside...
Hmm... A riddle for the ages..."

Rescuing From Irithyll Dungeon Cell

 

Ah! You are a saint!
Once again, you are my valiant saviour.
I, Siegward of Catarina, express my deepest gratitude.
Take this, a token of my thanks. Go on, it's all yours." (Titanite Slab)

"Ah, no, please, go on ahead.
I´ve my own road to take.
And a duty to fulfil, very soon..."

Irithyll Dungeon Cell (without talking to Siegward in the kitchen)

 

Ah, no, please, go on ahead.
I´ve my own road to take.
And a duty to fulfil, very soon..."

When joining the Yhorm Fight

 

Yhorm, old friend.
I, Siegward of the Knights of Catarina, have come to uphold my promise!
Let the sun shine upon this Lord of Cinder."

If Yhorm kills him

 

Forgive me, old friend...
I've failed, in everything..."

After Yhorm is Defeated

 

It seems I'm in your debt once again.
My thanks, I could not have kept my promise without you.
Now, for a final toast. (Siegbrau)
To your valour, and my old friend Yhorm.
Long may the sun shine!" (laughs)

"Well, I'm going to have myself a little nap.
The only thing to do, really, after a nice toast.
You are a true friend. Best of luck with your duty."

 

Trivia

  • It's very likely that he was a past friend of Yhorm, due to the description of the Storm Ruler (which he has) claiming to have been given to humans and an old friend, and he refers to Yhorm affectionately. And the other copy can be found at the foot of the throne of Yhorm in the boss room.
  • Many players seem to be in disagreement of the ultimate fate of Siegward.  Although it is confirmed if you kill Yohrm before Aldritch, Siegward fullfils his "duty" killing himself after the boss fight, perhaps his duty was only to free his old friend. If  you kill Aldritch before Yohrm, you do not see his death, nor a corpse where his armor should be. So hypothetically, he can be inferred to survive.
  • When you talk to him in Irithyll kitchen and join him for a toast, it will actually heal some of your HP as well.
  • His name is derived from the Germanic elements, sieg/sigr/sige - "victory" and ward/weard/varðr - "guardian".
    • His name is possibly modeled after the character, Siegfried, a legendary dragon-slaying hero from the old Germanic and Norse mythologies.
  • Voiced by Miles Richardson, who also voiced Siegmeyer of Catarina in Dark Souls I. When you meet them they both say "So, here I sit, quite in a pickle." It can be argued that Siegward is a descendant/reincarnation of Siegmeyer.

 

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    • Anonymous

      19 Aug 2017 20:34  

      So, I ended up to where I would lose Greirats questline if I fought Yhorm because I had already killed Aldritch and he still needed to go to irithyll. THING IS: I had already exhausted Dialogue with Siegward at the kitchen, so he would save greirat if I killed a boss. Old Demon is usally my go-to for this exact questline point, but I had already killed him, as well as all the other optional bosses. Yhorm was my only choice but that means losing greirat for nothing.

      SO I went and killed the Dancer. Greirat gets saved by onion, I immediatly send him to Lothric, and then I figure screw it I'll go cheese ocieros too. I get back, go save siegward from his cell (Karla too) but upon going to firelink, leveling up, then returning and going to Yhorm, Siegward does NOT appear.

      Am I missing something? (Will check back for responses)

      • 15 Aug 2017 15:59  

        Maybe, he is Solaire of Astora. After the fight with Fire demon in Undead settlement, he will give you goodie. If you leave that goodie in the nest on the roof of Firelink Shrine, you will get Armor of the Sun, execatly same what Solaire wore. You can get his helmet from there too.

        • Anonymous

          15 Aug 2017 15:48  

          Maybe, he is Solaire. When you pick that goodie, what you get, after he help you with the Fire demon in Undead Settlement, and leave it in the nest on the roof of the Firelink shrine, you will get Armor of the Sun, exactly same what Solaire wore.

          • Anonymous

            14 Aug 2017 16:32  

            He dies even if you do all of his quest. Once I killed Yhorm, I went to light the bonfire with my camera pointed at him and he fell over dead when I lit it.

            • Anonymous

              04 Aug 2017 18:08  

              Leave him in the cell, get the Storm Ruler, homeward bone out.
              Free him.
              Charge Storm Ruler at fog gate.
              Enter fog.
              Watch cutscene.
              Wreck Yhorm, Siegward doesn't die unless you're a retard.

              • Anonymous

                24 Jul 2017 23:11  

                So I have done step 1 but Siegward doesn't appear in the well. Patches doesn't sell his armor. Will he be in the cell at the Profaned capital?

                • Anonymous

                  15 Jul 2017 01:25  

                  Step 1 is not required at all. You can talk to him at the elevator (may/may not make a dif) but then ignore the entire fire demon/roof meeting and go directly to Chapel for next step (found out on my NG+4 run).

                  • Anonymous

                    11 Jul 2017 20:04  

                    i gave him his set after i got to the dungeons, talked in every location except in the pit with te giant, and he didnt show up in the yhorm fight.

                    • 02 Jul 2017 03:10  

                      well i ve done his quest 3 times and he died to to yhorm 3 times in the first 20 seconds i think he died all the times because i ignore yhorm and just run at the stormruler and then i cant find it for a long because i ve got to many stuff at my inventory...
                      cant he be like imortal the first 20 secs of the fight or yhorm not so agressive with him?

                      • Anonymous

                        22 Jun 2017 16:09  

                        Okay, So when i started playing ds3 i met him at the demon fight. But he died during it. To the demon. And can i still cross the bridge in cathedral of the deep?

                        • Anonymous

                          14 Jun 2017 09:22  

                          You may enter Irithyll Dungeon and light bonfires, but resting at the bonfires may stop Siegward from showing up at the Kitchen. I just started playing again after a long break, and forgot about having to go through the sewers and went to the dungeon instead first. I went through the entire dungeon without resting, returned to the sewers and there onion boy was.

                          • Anonymous

                            07 Jun 2017 00:19  

                            In two playthroughs now, I've noticed that if I don't help him kill the fire demon, and do all the other steps in order (he will move to the well anyway when you meet Patches in the Cathedral), he DOES NOT help me with Yhorm. Can anyone confirm this? I did free him from his cell and get the slab before starting the Yhorm fight.

                            • Anonymous

                              06 Jun 2017 10:39  

                              Dont know how far you have to go into the dungeon before he disappears into the valley. So for like a dozen runs I would bypass the "distant manor" bonefire (a joy when you expect to be attacked by the shade of londor). Now I know better and at the very least i
                              I can say you CAN rest or at least activate that bonfire before going back and entering the sewers with the creepy crawlers.

                              • Anonymous

                                04 Jun 2017 22:59  

                                I made it to the Yhorm's fog without seeing him in the Irrithyl Valley kitchen with estus soup. So yes, I did clear boreal dungeon EXCEPT the giant pitt where the cell is visible. So I returned back and found him still waiting in the kitchen. Talking to him there made him go to the holding cell where I freed him. Then I went to fight Yhorm and there he was, onion bro. So i think some clarification is needed to this page about edge cases..

                                • Anonymous

                                  03 Jun 2017 00:37  

                                  Does anyone else refer to him as the Sonion Bro? Because he always says stuff like " Long May the Sun Shine", so he's kinda like Solaire and Siegmeyer combined. He is the Sunion / Sonion Bro confirmed

                                  • Anonymous

                                    24 May 2017 20:58  

                                    Idk about anyone else, but he dided during the boss fight. It gave me his sword. Then I defetead yhorm the giant. The end.

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