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Soul of Darkeater Midir is a Boss Soul in Dark Souls 3. It is part of The Ringed City DLC.

Soul of Darkeater Midir


Soul of Darkeater Midir.
One of the twisted souls, steeped in strength.

Use to acquire many souls, or transpose to extract its true strength.

Midir, descendant of Archdragons, was raised by the gods, and owing to his immortality was given a duty to eternally battle the dark, a duty that he would never forget, even after the gods perished.

 

Soul of Darkeater Midir Usage

 

 

Soul of Darkeater Midir Locations

 

 

Notes

  • The soul's icon looks similar to the Transposing Kiln's icon.
  • Inside soul's icon there is a human phantom.

 

 

 

 




    • 21 Sep 2017 17:54  

      So what's the whole deal with his soul having the look of a Humans (there's even the humanity eyes). Not to mention that it also looks like Manus's soul. So does this mean Midir was also corrupted (he doesn't act it). Just a little confused, if someone could explain a little that would be much appreciated.

      • Anonymous

        28 Jul 2017 09:44  

        Killed him with a crit and he fell off the bridge dying, no souls, no items, nothing. Dragon is gone now and i am sad.

        • Anonymous

          13 Jun 2017 07:06  

          any help about taking down this (Losing sanity ahead) dragon ? (Any answer other than GIT GUD)
          I'm on PS4; ID: PsychedelicRA ;Lvl= 299; NG4+

          • Anonymous

            12 May 2017 05:32  

            I honestly believe that Midir is a decendant of Seath. They both don't have eyes, that's just something I noticed right away. Also his soul says that he was raised by the gods. The gods hated all of the dragons, except Seath. So why would they put in the time to raise a dragon unless it was somehow related to the god's only dragon ally.

            • Anonymous

              29 Apr 2017 15:43  

              Anyone want to trade boss weapons? Will trade anything for katana I accidentally used his soul to get the spell :/

              • Anonymous

                19 Apr 2017 04:01  

                Having defeated him I went to get the moonlight, only to find I never got his soul? Anyone else have this problem? I have soooo many boss souls because I never use them for their cost, so I seriously doubt that I used it.

                • Anonymous

                  03 Apr 2017 18:12  

                  i think there is a small issue with size, when you fight him in the bridge he looks very big but once in the pit the model seem slightly smaller can anyone confirm this?

                  • Anonymous

                    01 Apr 2017 19:23  

                    Not sure if anyone mentioned this yet, but Midir is considered an abyss creature: Wolf Knight Sword bonus damage for the win

                    • Anonymous

                      31 Mar 2017 18:24  

                      So, Shira tells us to kill Midir because she thinks Midir is crazy now, but probably it is the opposite, Midir might be the last one stands against the dark souls, against humanity.

                      • Anonymous

                        31 Mar 2017 18:20  

                        From the description, it seems he is sane, despite of the fact that he attacks us, afterall, it is his duty to attack us, the offspring of the abyss, we are from dark and are the ones that he has to fight.

                        • 31 Mar 2017 10:42  

                          Midir got corrupted fighting with the Abyss that's why you see dark crystals/particles appear in his body and somehow acquired dark powers (Dark Laser Beam/ Dark Fire Breath). Hmm.. if he is a descendant of the Archdragons... I wonder how huge the the Everlasting dragons was if Midir is already that big.

                          • Anonymous

                            28 Mar 2017 16:10  

                            It's a weird looking soul too, it's all black and wispy, it's got two little dots in the middle... OH MY GOD THE SOULS LOOKING AT ME

                            • 26 Mar 2017 17:54  

                              After Dark Souls 1 established "dragons have no souls" only to be retconned by Dark Souls 2 with bosses like Sinh and Guardian Dragon dropping souls that could be made into weapons, now we come to... a Miyazaki dragon creation who has a soul that can made into weapons (well, a weapon or a spell). I wonder what his personal interpretation for the discrepancy caused by the second game is that he decided to do this?

                              • Anonymous

                                25 Mar 2017 04:04  

                                So, Midir was pretty much the dragon equivalent of Artorias. Both tasked with fighting the abyss until the end, kinda sad really...

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