Carthus Milkring

Ring worn by the warriors of the sand kingdom, Carthus. Slightly boosts dexterity and obscures the wearer while rolling.

The sword technique of Carthus allows for fluid movement with a curved sword. Masters of the technique are said to dazzle their opponents by moving as weightlessly as a grain of sand. They live for their High Lord Wolnir, conqueror of most kingdoms known to their people.

 Carthus Milkring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.


Carthus Milkring Effect

  • Gives +3 to Dexterity and obscures wearer while rolling.
  • Weight: 0.8



Where to Find Carthus Milkring

  • Found within the Catacombs of Carthus after the first encounter with the rolling skeleton ball at the large stairs, continue on the path, the ring (and the vases) will be on your right side. Be careful though, as breaking the vases unleashes flying dark spirit skulls. ()




  • The player vanishes in a puff of smoke when rolling. However, the effect is purely visual and does not increase the number invulnerable frames. This can serve as a distraction however in PvP; either offensively, or defensively.




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    • Anonymous

      Does the vanishing effect of this ring time up with the i-frames of your roll? Would actually be pretty helpful for players trying to get a hang of proper rolling if that's the case.

      • Anonymous

        Seems like after the 3rd roll it actually makes you invisible and not just translucent.

        having dark colored clothes helps make you less visible on the first roll, not that it mattters tho.

        • Anonymous

          Tested this with a dark hand and with continuous rolling the red particle effects completely disappear, even after the milkring invisibility wears off.

          • Anonymous

            This doesn't straight up break locks, but it does redirect locks if there is a secondary target nearby. Had it happen multiple times in fight club.

            • Anonymous

              Omg. I wish I looked this up. I beat the whole game twice with the ring on. I thought it said INVINCIBLE not INVISIBLE.

              • Anonymous

                Invisibility does mess with homing spells. Same goes for the Chameleon spell as tech. However you have to be rolling sooooooo.....

                • Anonymous

                  I wonder what the reasoning was behind removing the "smoke" effect for this ring.
                  In fact, the behavior of this ring seems to have changed a lot from release.
                  For example, currently your first roll with this ring doesn't even make the character completely invisible, just about 50% transparent. However if you start spamming dodges the character will be completely invisible during the roll, and only briefly visible between rolls, as long as you continue rolling. Even fat rolls can attain a moment of complete invisibility.

                  • Anonymous

                    The description and video of the location are horrible. Go from the abyss watchers bonfire and make your way past the first skeleton ball into the area with tons of pots before tou drop down to the area with rats. Its by the pots

                    • Anonymous

                      It increases invulnerablity frames slightly. It's just a mashup of the blood ring and the hunters ring with reduced effect and flashy poofs. I like it.

                      • Anonymous

                        but I feel like (what I FEEL and what is REAL are two different things I know) the invisibility effect scales with your dexterity... so the effect lasts longer the more points in dexterity you have...

                        • Anonymous

                          I can't confirm it, but I think it removes the lock the enemy has on you for a fraction of a second, making it easier to get behind their back.

                          • Anonymous

                            This ring lets me roll through illusion walls.Dont know if bug or every other ring no rings can do it as well

                            • Anonymous

                              This ring seems to make your dodge roll actually work. It feels a little more like bloodborne's dodge. I honestly hate the dodging mechanics without this ring.

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