Deep Accursed

Enemy Type ??
Weakness Fire
Resistances ??
Immune Rapport

Deep Accursed is an Enemy in Dark Souls 3.

 

Deep Accursed Enemy Description

  • The Deep Accursed is a rare and powerful enemy that resembles a large spider with a monstrous head.
  • Only two of them exist in the game, and they do not respawn after death.

 

Deep Accursed Locations

 

Deep Accursed Drops

 

Deep Accursed Combat Information

  • The Deep Accursed in Cathedral of the Deep can be safely killed with a ranged weapon from the doorway.
  • The Deep Accursed in Anor Londo can be safely killed with a ranged weapon from the stairs on either side of the chamber.
  • The Deep Accursed in Anor Londo can also be safely killed with any weapon by baiting it back to the bonfire and standing by the spiral stairs, it will not be able to enter and will (mostly) just let you attack it.
  • Spits petrifying gas and even the simple bite attacks pile up Curse when blocked. Suit up in light, Curse-resistant clothing and dodge for your life.
  • Vulnerable to bleeding, assuming you can get hits in fast enough.
  • It's fairly easy to break its poise, by hitting it in the head, which leaves an opening for a critical attack.
  • Can be poisoned. (storytellers staff with hidden body)

 

Deep Accursed Notes & Trivia

  • Its neck is lined with skulls, like it's wearing a large necklace of skulls.
  • The posture of their legs and feet resemble the horselike limbs of Ludwig the Accursed from Bloodborne
  • They can also jump, and attach themselves to the ceiling in a manner that resembles Ludwig's fighting style.
  • The form of the creature may be the result of it being possessed by the evil spirits in its neck (read more).

  

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    • Anonymous

      01 Apr 2019 21:06  

      ffffffuuuuuuuuuck these things. almost gave me a goddamn heart attack when he first appeared out of nowhere

      • Anonymous

        17 Mar 2019 18:42  

        don't be afraid, just take his hits like a man as you slap his face until he gets knocked down, crit him, loot and smile but yeah the terror this thing invokes in me every single time...

        • Anonymous

          15 Mar 2019 15:33  

          Was coop'ing with a friend in Anor Londo, an as I died my friend killed this beast, but I didn't get the ring. Will I still be able to get it in ng+?

          • Anonymous

            10 Mar 2019 20:24  

            There's some jank when you riposte the Anor Londo one on the giant stairs. It's possible to clip into the ground during the riposte, then pop back out once it's finished.

            • Anonymous

              03 Mar 2019 13:11  

              i killed the abyss watchers early to get the wolf knight great sword then went to cathedral of the deep and i was scared of the deep accursed there but i did a one-handed running attack into its face and it was in the riposte state in one hit then the riposte it self did around 1100 damage at base stats and +1i layer learned of the 20% extra damage applies to the deep accursed, the wolf knight great sword is now my favorite weapon ;)

              • 18 Jan 2019 02:20  

                Ever wonder what those depictions of a bushy tailed squirrel-like creature among branches were supposed to represent on the walls inside Cathedral of the Deep? It's these guys. In Norse mythology, which the game's lore is riddled with, Ratatoskr is a squirrel creature that carries messages up and down the world tree, hence why we see one lower down in the Cathedral and one up above in Anor Londo. Take a closer look at it's features beyond its spider-like legs, they even make a chittering sound while idle.

                • Anonymous

                  27 Dec 2018 02:30  

                  Deacon: So since Aldrich already has one in Anor Londo, we figured you might want this one. Sulyvahn: Hmmm... sounds pretty neat. Let me take a look. *Walks in cathedral, comes out immediately.* Sulyvahn: Burn it down. Deacon: What? S: The cathedral. Burn it down. Whole thing. All of it. Bye. *leaves* Cathedral knight: Now what? We can't burn this place down. Deacon: I know. I have a better idea. *Rings bell* *Old Hunter Henryk appears.* Deacon: So we figured since you are better equipped to deal with these types of creatures, you could probably get rid of this thing without burning the entire cathedral down. Henryk: Hmmm... I'll take a look. *Goes inside, comes out immediately.* Deacon: So? Henryk: 'Scuse me a sec. *Comes back with flamesprayer and oil urns.* Deacon: Did you figure something out? Henryk: Uhh, sure. "Walks into cathedral as knight walks out. Knight looks back, then walks up to deacon.* Knight: Is that a teapot?

                  • Anonymous

                    11 Dec 2018 17:07  

                    I accidentally saw a glimpse of it because I had to lure that stupid Cathedral knight that didn't want to move, so as I fought him, I saw a leg. The second one actually got me. I wasn't prepared for the lava slimes either. 8.5/10 scariest monster.

                    • Anonymous

                      11 Dec 2018 01:19  

                      yall can call them "deep accursed" if you want im still calling it spider f####er for dropping in on me for no reason

                      • Anonymous

                        18 Nov 2018 23:46  

                        I went into that one room in the Cathedral Of The Deep and nearly died when it just suddenly dropped down from the ceiling.

                        • Anonymous

                          07 Jun 2018 19:03  

                          I don't think any game has scared me as much as when this thing dropped from the sky in the Cathedral. The initial jumpscare followed up by the sight of the terrifying...thing.

                          • Anonymous

                            02 Jun 2018 14:35  

                            If you take a greatsword, and do a two-handed fully-charged R2, you can poise break them immediately (tested with a Refined Flamberge +3 at 20 strength and dexterity, kills them on riposte)

                            • Anonymous

                              07 Mar 2018 16:17  

                              I don't know if this actually holds any water, but I hit both of their heads with a falchion using Blessed Weapon and they were put in riposte state immediately. Is Blessed Weapon another weakness or do they just get staggered crazy easily?

                              • Anonymous

                                28 Jan 2018 20:59  

                                What i did was just bring it to the stairs and jump off and do the RB fall attack and then rolled REAL quick to the stairs again

                                • Anonymous

                                  13 Jan 2018 23:18  

                                  I didnt know about this and it was my first playthrough so my bro guided me into this thing (cathedral of the deep) and now i dont think i should listen to him anymore...

                                  • Anonymous

                                    09 Jan 2018 10:45  

                                    Its attacks are pretty well telegraphed. Took it out my first time bare-handed with only a Loincloth and Desert Pyromancer Garb on, because I was running most of Cathedral of the Deep bare-handed.

                                    They're more intimidating than difficult. Not cheap like some enemies.

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