Dark Stoneplate Ring


Stoneplates are symbols of true knights, and dark purple stoneplates are granted to Undead Knights.

Increases dark damage absorption.

Dark Stoneplate Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.

 

Dark Stoneplate Ring Effect

Increases Dark damage absorption as a function of current absorption

    • PVE: damage from non-player sources
      • +0 = 13%
      • +1 = 17%
      • +2 = 20%
    • PVP: damage from other players
      • +0 = 4%
      • +1 = 5%
      • +2 = 6%
  • Weight: 0.6

 

 

Where to Find Dark Stoneplate Ring

  • In Anor Londo, near the Pontiff Sulyvahn bonfire. Just to the left out the door, underneath all the Deacons flinging fire.

    (Video / )

  • +1 Version (NG+) : Lothric Castle, near the big white wyvern. Drop down at the broken railing to the left of the entrance to the Dragonslayer Armour boss fight then enter the building and walk past the small stairs. ()

  • +2 Version (NG++): Road of Sacrifices, the Keep Ruins bonfire. Turn around once you load in and proceed across the bridge past the 3 enemies. Turn left and continue behind the building. () (video location)

 

Notes

  • Player note 1

 

 

Trivia

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    • Anonymous

      09 Apr 2019 22:03  

      A shame these rings have such heavy PvP nerfs. Being more viable in PvP would not only encourage people to play through NG++ for the +2 rings, but also add an additional element of strategy to the game. Watching the effects that manifest when a player hits you or observing how they buff their weapon, then adjusting a defensive ring slot to accommodate. Smart players knowing this happens and utilizing misleading resin buffs at the start of a match and switching between different bundles on short notice to overcome the ring swapping. With absorption differences up to 20% for +2, that kind of smart playing could have been a considerable tactical element.

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