Overgrown Lothric Knight

Enemy Type Knight
Weakness Poison/Toxic, Lightning, Frost
Resistances Physical, Bleed, Fire 
Immune ??

Overgrown Lothric Knight is an Enemy in Dark Souls 3. It is part of The Ringed City DLC.


Overgrown Lothric Knight Enemy Description

  • Lothric Knight covered in anomaly vegetation met only in The Dreg Heap.
  • Appears in 3 variants: using Lothric War Banner, Sword & Shield, Lothric Knight Greatsword


Overgrown Lothric Knight Combat Information

  • Exact same moveset as standard Lothric Knights.
  • The war banner variant applies a buff to themselves and their subordinates.
  • Can be drawn by Alluring Skulls.
  • They are affected by the Rapport pyromancy.


Overgrown Lothric Knight Notes & Trivia

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Overgrown Lothric Knight Gallery



Overgrown Lothric Knight Variations

Sword Knight

Location Drops
 The Dreg Heap  around 1300    

War Banner Knight

Location Drops

Variation Name

Location Drops


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    • Anonymous

      05 May 2019 06:10  

      Another case of these roots taking over life forms,I guess the theory where the world is reverting back to it's original form makes sense

      • Anonymous

        13 Sep 2018 19:29  

        It all makes sense know, all the lothric knights and Lorian are actually plants planted by Prince Lothric, that's what he used his feeble body for, Gardening!

        • Anonymous

          07 Aug 2017 14:49  

          I was so disappointed when I finally got their armor only to realize it's the normal lothric armor and not the overgrown.

          • Anonymous

            29 May 2017 11:26  

            Just beat Spyro with 1 summon. Another strategy is to have a summon who uses heavy armor and pestilent mercury. You meanwhile use melee hitting the head while summoning your inner dodge god. Very important to stay in front of him with skull ring or atonement. This way he will focus on you. You dodge do some hits and your summon casts Freddy Mercury. You just have to dodge and sooner or later Spyro bites the dust. Killed him this way on first try.
            Hope it helps.
            Long may the Sun shine upon you!

            • Anonymous

              05 Apr 2017 23:55  

              Lightning seems to take a bit more health from them than any other elements. I guess they have a minor weakness to it. Guess they are pretty much the same as lathoric knights.

              • Anonymous

                03 Apr 2017 03:50  

                Their attack moveset is the same as regular Lothric knights, but their AI sure isn't. Before, every knight that aggro'd would bear down on you in a mad rush.

                These new ones, one buffs and approaches slowly, the other walks up a bit more aggressively. And the buffing one tends to mostly play passive.

                • Anonymous

                  02 Apr 2017 13:07  

                  FYI the ones with the swords have 2 visors on their helmets, kind of like the Soul of Cinder. They're possibly unkindled

                  • Anonymous

                    30 Mar 2017 16:53  

                    They can be rapported but they behave eratically if you do so. I've found that when rapported, they will attack other enemies, but they will often attack you too, although not as agressively as usual.... Probably needs more testing.

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