|Armor Type||Chest Armor|
Pyromancer Garb is a Chest Armor in Dark Souls 3. It is part of the Pyromancer Set.
Attire of pyromancers of the Great Swamp. Comprised of bronze ornamentation and animal pelt.
In the Great Swamp, bronze was used ritualistically to ward off evil spirits and keep darkness at bay.
Location/Where to Find
- Starting gear for the Pyromancer
- Sold by Cornyx of the Great Swamp for 800 Souls or he drops it if killed.
Notes and Tips
- Player notes go here
- For modders/armor creators, the partsbnd for this is bd_m/f_2800
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Considering the armor's highest Absorption is Dark and its highest Resistance is Curse, I think the Pyromancer's might be onto something with the use of bronze in rituals.
Next best thing for a Benhart Cosplay if you can't get the Millwood Vest. (It has Shoulder Fur)
This looks fantastic with the Northern Gloves, Sellsword Helmet and the Eastern Boots
The pyromancer class may have taken inspiration to native american shamans. The loose furs and pockets, metal symbols, deer antler headband, and an axe (common native american weapon), not to mention it's also based around magic.
The brown coat-tail-esque cloth on the back of this piece bears striking similarities to the patterned skirts of the Desert Sorceresses from Dark Souls 2. The golden pattern isn't exactly the same, but it looks very similar in effect.
When wearing pyromancer garb, my spirit (the half-transparent representation of me on bloodstains and message gestures) looks like it is wearing Cornyx's garb with spikes coming out of the collar and all. It could be a cloth render glitch or a mistake of From's part, but I call hints for teacher-pupil relationships between Cornix and you, and the fact that this is how the art of the chaos flame came down the generations of pyromancers
Where do you buy/find this?
That is rather cool, for the Great Swamp!