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Knight's Ring


Ring engraved with a portrait of a knight. Increases strength.

In Lothric, the Knight has long been considered one of the Three Pillars of the king's rule, and were thus allowed to rear dragons.

Knight's Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.

 

Knight's Ring Effect

  • Increases Strength by 5 points (Two-handing a weapon does not affect it).
  • Weight: 0.8

 

 

Where to Find Knight's Ring

 

 

Notes

  • Player note 1

 

 

Trivia

 

Rings
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    • Anonymous

      22 Mar 2018 21:16  

      Knights Ring represents Gwynevere and The Way of The White, Hunters Ring represents Rosaria and her covenant which is the same as the Black hand, Scholar Ring represents Gwyndolin/Yorshka and the Blades of the Darkmoon, and the Priestess ring represents Fillianore and the spears of the church. This is just a theory I am working on.

      • Anonymous

        24 Dec 2017 17:34  

        Forget what anyone told you! The rings adds before the multiplication, when two-handing for example : You are two-handing a bastard sword with 21 strength + 5 from ring = 26 strength, by two-handing you will get damage equivalent to 26*1.5= 39 strength.

        • Anonymous

          24 Dec 2017 16:57  

          For anyone wondering : When two-handing a weapon, the ring's buff does not count during the multiplication. So let's say if you have 10 strength, when two handing you strength will become 10*1.5= 15 and then the ring's bonus will be added on top : so you will deal damage equivalent to someone with 20 strength. (Not 15*1.5=22.5, as some may have hoped)

          • Anonymous

            04 Sep 2017 19:12  

            Please Give +3 version Fromsoft; I need a ring that gives +12-15 Strength Points so that I can go from 104 to 114

            • Anonymous

              26 Oct 2016 14:27  

              Why on earth are the videolinks alsways garbage? can you stop linking to those just because its a playthrough by one of you wiki admins, it sucks srsly

              • Anonymous

                2h bonus23 May 2016 13:28  

                Does the 2h strength bonus also take into account the added strength of this ring?So, is it (22 + 5) * 1.5 = 40 or is it (22 * 1.5) + 5 = 36 ?

                • Deprived Run16 Apr 2016 10:13  

                  This might be a good ring for people who want to stay soul level 1 without leveling anything and still using 100% physical resist shields.

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