Fume Ultra Greatsword is a Weapon in Dark Souls 3.
This twisted sword, the heaviest of all ultra greatswords, resembles black slate.
This weapon, said to belong to a traitor from long ago, was so heavy that it found no owner, and became a forgotten relic of history.
Use one's weight to lunge forward with a low stance and increased poise, and follow with a crushing strong attack.
Notes and Tips:
- Can be Buffed but can't be Infused.
- Reinforced with Twinkling Titanite.
- The Fume Ultra Greatsword has a range of 40.1375xl on the 1h R1, and 43.4823xl on the 2h R1.
- The heaviest Ultra Greatsword in the game.
- Patch 1.03 nerfed base damage. At +5 the base damage was reduced from 330 to 260.
- At +5 with 66 STR, it has 647 AR while being two-handed.
- Blocks attacks during Stomp. Each blocked attack will drain stamina as if blocking normally, but wont ever be guard broken.
- Can serve as a pseudo-shield when blocking, with passable damage reduction and stability; although the lack of 100% physical absorption does limit its uses. A good idea to offset the chip damage from blocking would be to stack some HP regeneration.
- Exclusively deals Strike damage, as the weapon has no point.
- Has a higher poise health value than other Ultra Greatswords. While all the other Ultra Greatswords have a poise health value of 27.3, the FUGS has 30.8 poise health. This means you can have 39.3 poise to tank through other Ultra Greatswords instead of 45.9. The higher poise health also applies to the Ringed Knight Paired Greatswords.
- In comparison to the Heavy-infused Greatsword: the Fume Ultra Greatsword has larger range, Great Hammer poise health, Higher resulting damage (despite its ~30 lower AR, it deals Strike damage and most armors have lower strike absorption), the Weapon Art stomp R2 has more range, has enough stability and absorption to be a working shield against non-large weapons while two handed, and has a superior moveset with its rolling r1 poke and r2 poke. On the downside the Fume Ultra Greatsword weighs more (about 15 points in vitality), costs more stamina to attack with, and has lower AR so may end up doing less damage against some armor setups.
Location/Where to Find
- Dropped by Knight Slayer Tsorig underneath the Smoldering Lake. He can be found beyond the areas with the rats and the basilisks, but before the exit that goes up to the ballista. Go to the left of the stairs to the exit and you will find him in front of a pool of lava. A good strategy to take him out is to use a heavy hammer to knock him down so he can't attack you.
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Fume Ultra Greatsword Upgrade Table
|Attack ValuesBonus||Parameter Bonus||Auxiliary Effects||Damage Reduction (%)|
|Requirement||Parameter Bonus||Attack Values||Damage Reduction %||Auxiliary Effects||Others|
| Spell Buff
Parameter Bonus: Strength, Dexterity,Magic, Fire, Lightning and Dark bonuses - The scaling multiplier applied to the [Attack: stat]. Scaling quality is from highest to lowest as follows: S/A/B/C/D/E.The higher the player's [Str, Dex, Mag, Fire, Light] stat, the higher the [Attack Bonus: Stat] is (found on the player status screen). The higher the scaling letter, the higher the percent multiplier applied to the [Attack: Stat].This resulting bonus damage is added to the base physical damage of the weapon and is shown in the equipment screen in blue numbers as a "+ X".
Durability: The weapon's HP, when the durability hits 0, the effectiveness of its attacks become weakened to the point of almost uselessness. When an items durability is low, a message will come up saying "Weapon At Risk!" at this point the weapon does not perform at it's best.
Weight: How much the item weights when equipped.
Stability: How well the player keeps stance after being hit
Attack Type: Defines what kind of swing set the weapon has: Regular(R), Thrust(T), Slash(Sl), Strike(St)