Caged Hollow

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Enemy Type Undead
Weakness Thrust damage, Fire, Magic, Bleed
Resistances Strike and slash damage
Immune ??

Caged Hollow is an Enemy in Dark Souls 3.

 

Caged Hollow Enemy Description

  • Several undead meshed together in a cage. 
  • Blend in with objects similar to them, fooling the player. Can be spotted by locking-on or attacking.

 

Caged Hollow Combat Information

  • With greater numbers they are effective at ambushing players and bullying them into a corner.
  • It flails around its limbs to attack. This move is very sudden and executed by it immediately after being attacked, so do so from a distance.
  • It throws orange blobs at the player at times. The blobs appear identical to Dung Pies but don't build up toxic.

 

Caged Hollow Notes & Trivia

 

Caged Hollow Locations

 

Caged Hollow Variations

Location Drops
 Undead Settlement  135  40 Fading Soul x 5
 Irithyll Dungeon      

 

 
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    • Anonymous

      21 Jan 2020 01:11  

      I didnt know about the throwing***** attack. I have played this game upwards of 1700 hours and never has a cage done that. Then I am going through irithyll dungeon and get pinned by 2 and when I roll away I just get pelted with 4 balls of*****. That knocks me into 2 more which pin me and I almost died. Gg dark souls.

      • 13 May 2016 09:28  

        My poor knight, I went inbetween two of them, one kicked my knight, and he staggered near the other, who kicked him back to the first one. They were near each other and my knight was in between, he got passed around like a foot ball, went from full health to 20 percent from many weak but staggering kicks, why?!

        • Anonymous

          22 Apr 2016 23:44  

          More annoying than most. Activate lock on if you enter a room full of them or just stand still and inspect from afar to see if the legs move at all. most also have lighter colors than the props. Usually you can use a heavy attack on them before they wake up, but sometimes they'll kick you for no damage in the middle of waking up.Like said, thrusts do the most damage, and these guys are most dangerous when you're not expecting them.Throwing knives are good for the hanging ones.

          • Anonymous

            22 Apr 2016 09:43  

            I found him - he is in the back side of the house from where you can go and find mob with the cell on back (which takes you to the convent)...But he just speak something and that's all

            • Anonymous

              22 Apr 2016 00:15  

              So I just found this talking cage spider in the undead settlement when you cross the bridge to the right before the priest and the undead and past the area where there is a whole bunch Hollow Slaves above the houses there, does he do anything worthy other then sing that ''nana'' song ?

              • Anonymous

                22 Apr 2016 00:15  

                So I just found this talking cage spider in the undead settlement when you cross the bridge to the right before the priest and the undead and past the area where there is a whole bunch Hollow Slaves above the houses there, does he do anything worthy other then sing that ''nana'' song ?

                • Anonymous

                  18 Apr 2016 02:57  

                  Seems to be weak to piercing attacks and fire. Slashing attacks however just seem to bounce off from it's cage...

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