Emit Force is a Miracle in Dark Souls 3. To cast a Miracle you must use a Talisman/Chime or Special Weapons that can cast Miracles.

Emit Force

Spell Type


Focus ConsumptionFocus Cost 20
Attunement SlotsSlots Used 1
Requirements 18 Faith
Type Ranged AOE



Traditional miracle of Catarina. Releases a shockwave in front.

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  • Deals (spell buff x 1.2) damage on a direct hit, and (spell buff x 0.6) damage with the blast.
  • This miracle causes physical damage.
  • Sends most enemies flying. Also can break block or at least drain much stamina.
  • The AoE damage makes this a useful spell for crowd control, almost like a physical Pyromancy
  • Can be used as a long-range alternative to Force, though its longer cast time and slow projectile speed compensates for the advantage in range.
  • Strategy & Use:  Emit Force is a miracle well-worth experimenting with for Faith based characters.  Using it on tough, shielded enemies will make your life easier.  Silver Knights in Anor Londo will block the first one, but it will drain their stamina to the point where your second cast will break their guard and knock them down.  At this point, you should move in and use a charged heavy attack for follow up damage, then retreat to casting range.  Repeat this process.  Also works well on heavy knights in Lothric Castle.  PRO TIP:  If you're not sure about the time you have when an enemy is closing on you, remember to cast this with your Weapon Arts (left trigger, using a Talisman, NOT a chime).  That way you won't get interrupted if you misjudge the cast time.  
  • If you're playing with a partner, have him/her bait the enemy aggro so his shield is facing away from you, then cast for a sure knockdown.
  • Damage is affected by Flynn's ring.
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    • Anonymous

      27 Mar 2020 23:21  

      Great utility spell for PVE. The damage is actually decent on a faith build, but the ranged knockdown effect is what makes this useful. It's also great for breaking enemies guards and running in for a quick riposte.

      • Anonymous

        30 Oct 2019 07:21  

        This miracle saved my ass against Friede, especially in the 3rd phase, because it always knocks her down giving you 2 or 3 free hits afterwards.

        • Anonymous

          18 Apr 2017 19:09  

          If you think about it this spell is Segward's bane, giving it to us is a sign of trust. I basically treat this as an anti-armor spell and pare it with Dorthy's Gnawing for anti-flesh.

          • 13 Apr 2017 00:21  

            Though it's damage pales in comparison to DS2's variant, this miracle now serves as a highly valuable utility spell for PvE.

            Try using it on the ringed knights. Two hits will stagger their shield and open them up for a critical. If they're not blocking, one hit will send them flying and then leave them vulnerable to a setup of your choosing.

            Made my life much easier running through that DLC in NG +6.

            • Anonymous

              29 Oct 2016 13:40  

              The projectile has a small AoE effect once it lands that deals 20% of the projectile's damage. For example, with 60/60 and a +5 Crystal Chime, the whole attack deals 133dmg. Hitting just with the projectile deals 111dmg. Hitting with the AoE deals 22dmg. Tested with NG+7 crossbow-wielding Grave Warden. Hit him for 133dmg. Left him with less than 10hp and hit again to kill him with the projectile without triggering the AoE on him for 111dmg. Hit the ground near him and damaged him with AoE only for 22dmg.

              • Anonymous

                08 Oct 2016 19:09  

                Far and away the best anti-armor spell in the Miracle list. This spell makes killing Hodrick, Tsorig, Creighton, and Alva a breeze when Dorhy can't chew through their armor. Take your foe to a fatal ledge and blast em, or just keep em on their backs where you can strong shot your target to death.

                • Anonymous

                  06 Sep 2016 12:46  

                  I couldn't get it and I was doing his quest line but he never got stuck in the well. Could there be something I missed?

                  • Anonymous

                    30 Aug 2016 23:51  

                    Compared to DS2's Emit Force, this spell is more like "Emit Wind." :)Seriously though, the DS2 Emit Force is leagues above this piece of garbage when it comes to speed and power. Haven't used it in a long time, but I'm sure it's still trash.

                    • Anonymous

                      23 Jun 2016 07:38  

                      Doesnt pierce after update 1.08. And shackwave range lengthened.. I do over 400 on archfaithfil skeletons yosh chime.

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