Silvercat Ring

Silver ring depicting a leaping feline.
Prevents damage from falling.

In the Age of Gods, or possibily following it, an old cat was said to speak a human tongue, with the voice of an old woman, and the form of a fanciful immortal.

 Silvercat Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.


Silvercat Ring Effect

  • While the player can still die from sufficient heights, they will otherwise take no fall damage.
  • Weight: 0.6





  • Does not save you from instant death falls that would otherwise kill you. This does include cliffs, but it also includes any long fall. Use with caution. You can check if a fall can kill you with Prism Stones.



  • The Silvercat Ring was also in Dark Souls 2, but only reduced falling damage.
  • The cat creature referred to in the description is likely Sweet Shalquoir from Dark Souls 2. or, perhaps,  from Dark Souls I, or it could be suggesting those two are actually one and the same.


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    • Anonymous

      23 Sep 2018 17:34  

      With this ring, you have the most powerful force in the entire Dark Souls franchise on your side - gravity. Perfect for PvP, as you can use an otherwise near deadly fall as a way to bait and lure r1 spammers/running attack users and gankers to their deaths. Also great for parkour when chasing down a host. Great ring.

      • Anonymous

        22 Apr 2018 20:18  

        I helped Sirris with her grandpa without helping her with Creighton. She pledged her loyalty to me and the Creighton fight is not there. Did I lock myself out of this ring?

        • Anonymous

          30 Dec 2017 19:33  

          I wish I knew that if you join the rosaria's fingers covenant she'll not like you... I want to die.
          But hey, that's dark souls right?

          • Anonymous

            24 Dec 2017 07:07  

            I did the site is quest but I forgot to talk to her, now she's dead and I don't have the ring, what can I do?

            • Anonymous

              Silvercat Ring [DKS3 Wiki]10 Oct 2017 03:18  

              Iif that's so and it negates all non lethal damage then it's a complete was you could just use spook its litter lay the same butt it also masks sound Soo ya

              • Anonymous

                02 Oct 2017 22:02  

                This ring is extremely useful for getting the three Titanite Scales on the roof of the Grand Archives (off the side of the roof just after facing the first spear gargoyle). Though I've survived the jump without it, it wouldn't be possible without full health and without needlessly wasting two Estus flasks.

                • Anonymous

                  20 Aug 2017 17:10  

                  "In the Age of Gods, or possibily following it, an old cat was said to speak a human tongue, with the voice of an old woman, and the form of a fanciful immortal."

                  Many believe "The Cat" is most likely Sweet Shalquoir from DS2, considering that many items reveal DS2 took place way longer before DS3.

                  • Anonymous

                    22 May 2017 18:46  

                    Anyone willing to help me transfer from one account to another. I'll help you do the same with anything if you need it. Psn: modern_waffles_3

                    • Anonymous

                      11 Apr 2017 09:39  

                      At the gank city sewer ladder, this ring will protect you from death by height up to the spot where the texture changes from rough stone to concrete. Here's an image:
                      Not sure if your max health affects the maximum possible height - I did the test with 39 vigor, with various equip loads, giving the same results. As long as you only have one hand above the stone textured wall, you'll be able to take the fall.

                      • Anonymous

                        29 Nov 2016 13:17  

                        To clarify: all falls do a non-reduceable damage based on distance of the fall (though I think higher load total increases the damage). After a certain distance the game decides you are dead, period, no damage is done to be negated. Any fall that is not the latter is survivable (even if you died from full HP without the ring). For instance a fall will do 1000 damage, you have 800ish max, you die; that same fall will be survivable with the ring.

                        • Anonymous

                          Never gonna give it up...21 Jul 2016 16:41  

                          Fell off the bridge right after the cemetery section with the first mutated undead (worm undead coming out of the belly of another undead)outside of the cathedral of the deep, all the way down to watter area with the worm creatures while chasing a phantom. He died, I didn't, been wearing it ever since in all my co op and pvp sessions. You save a lot of health with this thing.

                          • Anonymous

                            Protects more than it says here12 Jul 2016 22:57  

                            If I wear it when I jump down from the side of the falling bridge right before the High Lord Wolnir bonfire, I survive. If I don't wear it, I die. Ergo, it saves you from some instant death falls.

                            • Anonymous

                              Amazing02 Jul 2016 15:53  

                              People say that "spook" is OP... those people are right because it's a starting spell... But this is better, this is perfect, especially considering it's a mid-game... It's saved me SO much time during either quick runthroughs of NG+ (for rings or Proof of Concord) and it's also amazing for... just in general playing the game

                              • Anonymous

                                It's so good.04 May 2016 06:25  

                                It negates ALL fall damage that isn't instadeath. Even the DS2 one let you take fall damage, only reducing it instead of negating. This? This is love.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Theory: Only works with "falls" where you walk off an edge/land on your feet and not other types of "falls" or definite fatal "falls"29 Apr 2016 18:39  

                                  Just thinking that this might be the case. I was in the Undead Settlement going after the Flame Stoneplate Ring when the corpse fell down as usual and instead of circling around I used this ring and walked off the edge with no damage when that fall would usually kill someone. Then later on when I was in the Firelink tower whilst wearing this ring, I jumped for the ledge with the firekeeper set and ended up sliding off the edge of the coffin in the same falling animation and died as if it was a fatal fall but then suffered no damage when I landed on it with my feet later. Maybe it's meant to be like how Cats always land on their feet.

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