Wolf Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.

Wolf Ring

Ring associated with Abysswalker Artorias,
one of the Four Knights of Gwyn, the First Lord.

Increases poise.

Artorias had an unbendable will of steel,
and was unmatched with a greatsword.

Wolf Ring Effect

  • Increases Poise by + 4
  • +1 Version (NG+): + 6
  • +2 Version (NG++): + 8
  • +3 Version (The Ringed City): +9
  • Weight: 0.50

Where to Find Wolf Ring


  • Poise gained is affected by current poise. Already Poise heavy armors will result in diminishing returns.


  1. Unlike its DS1 counterpart, this version of the ring does not give you an aura. Because of that and the fact that it has no apparent effect on the wearer, you cannot tell when someone is using this ring online. 
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    • 21 Jun 2017 18:24  

      Is this ring usefull on light armors? I want it to have some poise and not be staggered so easy, i've got the +3 version and i think it is but i dont really now :(

      • 29 May 2017 05:45  

        Please, I need the Wolf Ring for the trophy; I'll give it back whenever. I just don't want to do the whole invader shtick again for the third time. PSN: Zeal_Is_Magic

        • 30 Apr 2017 05:28  

          I got this rings +3 version with all my characters so far, but the only one that provided noticable effects was my "Iron Tarkus" he can finally legitimately tank hits. I took on a couple red phantoms, one even using a Great Hammer, and I kept on swinging my Greatsword+10 right through their blows and even delivering some pretty cruel strong swings, and this is all ONE HANDED to boot. Finally not a useless ring. Time to take down the competition with a friggen Vitality build of all things.

          • 19 Apr 2017 20:33  

            i killed the invader in the ringed city, but he didn't give me the wolf ring +3...
            i was not embered
            i didn't level up enough in the wolf covenant to get the basic wolf ring
            I am in my first walkthrough (no NG+/...)
            so I am wondering if the +3 wolf ring is dropped only if you already have the basic ring...
            anyone can help me on that ?

            • 10 Apr 2017 08:21  

              Since the last update, this ring is now a valuable item. Its poise boosts hyper armour when you're using a heavy weapon. No more getting staggered when attacking with a heavy weapon.

              • 07 Apr 2017 07:38  

                Any1 Know if you can get another ring through NG and giving the covenant items again? the non+1 version because i sold alot of my non plus one versions without realizing Id need them all at once for the Lord of the rings achievement

                • 03 Apr 2017 01:21  

                  I need just a few of the covenant items for Platinum. Would someone able to trade for the Wolf Ring, Warmth, and Darkmoon Blade/Ring? I have Sacred Oath, Great Lightning Spear, Great Deep Soul, and the Obscuring Ring if anyone needs those. PSN: Dragonfire2323

                  • 20 Feb 2017 22:11  

                    I need this ring and the obscuring ring to platinum. Anyone willing to trade or letting me use them for platinum and I will return them after? PSN: iuplnu

                    • 07 Feb 2017 13:54  

                      Only ring holding me from the platinum trophy, can someone please drop it for me, ill give it back after the trophy pops in, user thedreamslayer thanks in advance

                      • 18 Jan 2017 17:21  

                        Comment immediately below is incorrect. See the poise page; I tested it out myself and their poise formula is correct. There are diminishing returns the higher base poise your armor already has. For example, base poise of 10 with ring becomes 15.4, base poise of 20 becomes 24.8, base poise of 30 becomes 34.2, base poise of 40 becomes 43.6.

                        Use the formula on the poise page I reproduced those numbers exactly by twiddling the ring slot in game.

                        • 14 Jan 2017 01:47  

                          So if I am understanding this correctly, there is a lot to be said about poise that is very absent from this page. The Wolf ring doesn't 'increase poise' persay, but it instead reduces the amount of poise damage you take by 4% 6%, and 8% respectivly. Your poise stat is essentially the reduction of poise damage in a percent you will recieve per hit during your active poise frames. So say you get hit with a weapon that deals 18 poise damage, and you have no armor, but wear the wolf ring+0, so instead of the full 18, you will take 17.28 poise damage, and if that number exceeds your overall poise health, ie your poise health bar is depleted to 0, then your guard will be broken. And note that your poise frames (and thus poise health) are only active during certain points of your attack animations. Really, it is the weapons themselves that grant the poise during their attack animations is what people should pay attention to if they care about poise.

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