Poison Gem is an Upgrade Material in Dark Souls 3.

Poison Gem


A gem of infused titanite. Discovered in the rotted forest of Farron.

Used in infusion to create poison weapons.

Such weapons inflict poison-laced damage that gradually eats away at foes.

 

Poison Gem Usage

 

 

Poison Gem Locations

  • Rare drop from Rotten Slugs, Ghru Grunts, and Elder Ghru in Farron Keep
  • Found on the corpse guarded by three Elder Ghru to the left of the Keep Ruins bonfire.
  • Found in the toxic swamp, inside the cave, in Profaned Capital.

 

 

Notes

  • Requires the Farron Coal in order to start infusing weapons.
  • The effect of poison infusions on long spears' Charge weapon art is still under investigation. Help required.
  • Can be farmed at the Keep Ruins bonfire, by killing the three Ghru Grunts right next to the bonfire.

 

 

Trivia

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Upgrade Materials
Blessed Gem  ♦  Blood Gem  ♦  Chaos Gem  ♦  Crystal Gem  ♦  Dark Gem  ♦  Deep Gem  ♦  Farron Coal  ♦  Fire Gem  ♦  Giant's Coal  ♦  Heavy Gem  ♦  Hollow Gem  ♦  Lightning Gem  ♦  Player Trade  ♦  Profaned Coal  ♦  Raw Gem  ♦  Refined Gem  ♦  Sage's Coal  ♦  Sharp Gem  ♦  Shriving Stone  ♦  Simple Gem  ♦  Titanite Chunk  ♦  Titanite Scale  ♦  Titanite Shard  ♦  Titanite Slab  ♦  Transposing Kiln

 




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    • Anonymous


      Kills 102
      Item Discovery 207
      Location Keep Ruins

      Rotten Pi(n)e Ressin 8
      Black Bug Pill 3
      Titanite Shard 7
      Wolf's Blood Swordglass 3
      Rotten Ghru Spear 3
      Poison Gem 3
      Ghru Rotshield 1
      Rotten Ghru Dagger 1

      • Anonymous

        does anyone know the amount of poison buildup for an average weapon and build, if so please let me know. thanks in advance

        • Anonymous

          Don't know how rare it is, but I killed a stationary Thrall in Zoey's corridor in the Earthen Peak Ruins and a it dropped a Poison Gem.

          • Anonymous

            There's a Poison gem in Painted World of Ariandel, first bonfire before the collapsing cliff, far left next to the 1 bug.

            • Anonymous

              In pvp, always try to use this gem as a support for bleed. Whenever the bleed proc occurs, what's left is a sliver of health that stays there until the enemy player runs out of stamina for running and proceeds to chug.

              • Anonymous

                I just wanna add that Poison gem also increases the bleeding of weapons that already has bleeding on them.
                i.e. Barbed Sword ; Flamberge ; Bandit's Knife ; Carthus weapons ; and ESPECIALLY spiked mace that adds quite a bit bleeding and poison than most other weapons.

                • Anonymous

                  Tested on Rotten Ghru Spear +10 @ 99 luck, NG; the poision proc rate maxes out at 100, I can manage to poison enemies such as the 'pike' wielding villagers in crucifixion woods with a single r1. Additionally the 'Charge' weapon art on the giant crab next to the crucifixion woods bonfire can proc poison in a single attack if the player uses the strong variant of the weapon art where you press r2 halfway through the animation to lengthen its duration and increase its total amount of active hit boxes; I should note that when performing the 'Charge' weapon art it is vital to land as many of the weak hit boxes as possible as seen evidently when using the weak variant of 'Charge' on the giant crab- poison does not proc. Interesting utility combo for luck builds

                  • Anonymous

                    i sold all of them because they are worthless, but turns out i need a poison infusion for an achievement, *****

                    • Anonymous

                      it increases the bleed effect on weapons that already have the bleed effect like claws katanas warden twinblades ect.

                      • So I'm a sorceres/miracle worker and I just got enough dexterity to use the brigand twindaggers, I was going to put the Crystal gem on it because of my high intelligence, but I feel the poison gem would be better because it'd make a quick poison build up, which should I use?

                        • Anonymous

                          Am i the only person who sees the great value in poison weapons for their ability to essentially negate tears of denial?

                          • Anonymous

                            The thrall in the dreg heap that has a poisoned Flamberge can also drop these. The other ones might be able to, but I've only gotten one from that one.

                            • Anonymous

                              Poison can now be applied to enemies very fast now, good for bosses and tanky enemies to apply to at the start and then switch to your primary weapon.

                              • Anonymous

                                K so what's good after the patch? I've always been interested in underdog poison builds. Amy weopons that have an absurd amount of poison and are fairly fast? I'm talking besides daggers. I've had luck with the poisen brigantine duel dagger. Now wondering if there is something with a little more reach

                                • Anonymous

                                  When I went to enchant my +10 Uchigatana I hovered over poison Gem and saw it upped my Bleed value by one as well as adding a poison value. Can anyone Confirm this?

                                  • Anonymous

                                    I just started dark souls 3 im up to the road of sacrifices. My best weapon is four pronged plow and im wondering whether to infuse poison on it since i adored posion in dark souls 2.Any advice on poison or farron keep would be appreciated.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Just don't use it as main form of offense. infuse your side weapon with poison, apply it and swap to your main weapons.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Poison in other Soul games was at least useful in PVP. But in DS3 I don't see it as being practical unless there is a way to stack/buff poison damage. Until then poison builds are not going to be a thing in the game.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          While enemies are poisoned, you can always see their health bars. But, yeah, if you only care about damage, yes, Poison is useless.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Yesterday I infused my Caestus +2 with poison and even though I poisoned some monsters with 2 hits (several enemies seem to be immune to poison at all) it did 3 HP per second of damage, which is pretty useless considering that I do around 60 DPS per second by hitting with the weapon. If anyone can share your thoughts/experience that would be great.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              I am not sure if this applies to all poison weapons, however when infused with the Rotton Ghru Spear the effects seemed to be unnoticeable.

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