Ashen Estus Ring

Gray crystalline ring crafted from shards. Increases FP restored by Ashen Estus Flask.

Once a treasure brought before Lothric's Queen, she had it enshrined in the Cemetery of Untended Graves, so that one day an Unkindled might profit from its use.

 Ashen Estus Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.


Ashen Estus Ring Effect



Where to Find Ashen Estus Ring

  • Found at Untended Graves. From the first bonfire head to the left most path. You will find several Corvian enemies guarding this ring. ()
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    • Anonymous

      This should have been put in the same spot where you find the ashen estus

      They were close, but on god if it doesn't trigger my ocd

      • Anonymous

        the most useless piece of equipment in the game, they should have added the effects of this useless ring to it's older and more useful brother the estus ring

        • Anonymous

          Behold: the bottom of the barrel of ds3 rings. If you find a use for this ring then you've 100%'d the game. You can stop playing dark souls 3.

          • Anonymous

            Don't find this ring useful with only 30 Attunement and a +10 Ashen Estus which refill about 95% of my FP. Probably best for Pure caster-type build with 50+ Attunement.

            • Anonymous

              What I'm thinking is that you were given one thing, and then the queen of Lothric gave you this on top of that. Seeing as how you don't start with it, but rather get it from yourself, then it's possible that the players character ignored the burial gift because they knew the emotional significance of the burial gift and left it there. Remember mow, when you pick up the ring, it doesn't take anything away from you. Thus meaning that it couldn't have been a swapping of items, but just picking up the ring instead. At least that's my theory about this clusterfukk.

              • Anonymous

                Following the thought of the comment below me, I'm guessing the ashen estus ring was our original burial gift for becoming an unkindled. I like to think we pretty much grave-robbed ourselves and took the ring when we go back in time to the Untended Graves. Then the gift we choose at character creation is the gift we left for ourselves in exchange.

                If you left a;

                Life Ring - *****ing pointless, embers fill that shtick, does the job better than 4 normal or 3 +3 Life Rings. Embers are consumable, but can be pretty much farmed.
                Divine/Hidden Blessing - no one uses these consumables. It's the ol' 'this looks important/hard to get, I'll keep it for later' RPG superstition/mindset.
                Black Firebomb - smart choice, Iudex Gundyr on easy peasy mode. It's lube for players new to Souls.
                Fire Gem - another smart choice, can't use it for Gundyr, but very useful in Cathedral of the Deep area. This lube only starts to take effect +6hrs later, but lasts longer.
                Sovereignless Soul - *****ing cheap ass, you are a strict asian parent to your past self.
                Gold Coin - Kudos, you gave yourself lottery tickets, but the grand prize is $25, and you only have 7 tries at 15% chance of winning.
                Young White Branch - lube for a small specific area. Keeps giant archer dad from raping you with 7ft poles for arrows in the ass.
                Cracked Red Eye Orb - Lawful evil alignment, being a douche by doing what the game allows you to do.
                Nothing - Player characters in Dark Souls have always been douches. Douche to the NPCs, douche to the bosses, douche to Priscilla and her fluffy tail, and douche to other players by invasion. Choosing nothing means you're a douche even to yourself.

                • Anonymous

                  im pretty sure that i saw that ring in dark firelink (that is hidden behind ilusory wall after oceiros boss)

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