Spook is a Sorcery in Dark Souls 3. To cast a Sorcery you must use a Staff or Special Weapons that can cast Sorceries.

Spook

Spell Type

Sorcery

Focus Cost 15
Slots UsedSlots Used 1
Requirements 10 Intelligence
Duration  20 seconds

Usage: Silences your footsteps and rolls, and allows you to fall from greater heights. However, note that you can still die if you fall from a really great height.


Sorcery developed by a certain surreptitious sorcerer at Vinheim Dragon School.

Masks noises of the caster and prevents fall damage.

Their mastery of this sorcery alone allows Vinheim spooks to demand handsome payment for their services.

 

Acquired From

 

Notes

  • Spook is a combination of the Sorceries Hush and Fall Control from previous games.
  • Silences one's footsteps and grants immunity to fall damage.
  • Does not silence your footsteps if your equip load is over 70% 
    • The fall damage immunity only works up to a certain point. Falling into a pit or falling from a great height will kill you even with the spell active.
  • The same effect can be achieved with Silvercat Ring and Slumbering Dragoncrest Ring.
  • Works great with Hidden Body.

 

Sorceries
Affinity  ♦  Aural Decoy  ♦  Cast Light  ♦  Chameleon  ♦  Crystal Magic Weapon  ♦  Crystal Soul Spear  ♦  Dark Edge  ♦  Dark Orb  ♦  Deep Soul  ♦  Farron Dart  ♦  Farron Flashsword  ♦  Farron Hail  ♦  Frozen Weapon  ♦  Great Deep Soul  ♦  Great Farron Dart  ♦  Great Heavy Soul Arrow  ♦  Great Magic Shield  ♦  Great Magic Weapon  ♦  Great Soul Arrow  ♦  Great Soul Dregs  ♦  Heavy Soul Arrow  ♦  Hidden Body  ♦  Hidden Weapon  ♦  Homing Crystal Soulmass  ♦  Homing Soulmass  ♦  Magic Shield  ♦  Magic Weapon  ♦  Old Moonlight  ♦  Pestilent Mist  ♦  Repair  ♦  Snap Freeze  ♦  Soul Arrow  ♦  Soul Dart  ♦  Soul Greatsword  ♦  Soul Spear  ♦  Soul Stream  ♦  Twisted Wall of Light  ♦  White Dragon Breath



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    • Anonymous

      18 Jul 2021 21:11  

      a curiosity.
      it removes the visual and sound from Tears of denial.
      that can be very usefull for pvp, as tears of denial are often showing the exact spot of the dummy invaders wearing oscuring ring...
      oh yea they take the obscuring ring and walk around with a candle.

      It still doesnt remove the visual effect of damage increasing spells, like floyds attack ring that increases damage when at 99%+ health

      • Anonymous

        11 Mar 2020 05:49  

        There's no reason to guess whether a fall is lethal or not. Toss a prism stone over the edge of a cliff and listen for the dying scream which indicates a suicidal drop.

        • Anonymous

          10 Apr 2019 08:41  

          D O O T. With all seriousness, there is a height limit that causes you to take damage, slumbering dragon crest ring is better for dat backstab build, and leaping feline ring allow you to survive almost any fall beside ladders with a “kill box” built into them, I.e. the water reserve ladder in irithyll, or the Faron keep ladder in the swamp area.

          • Anonymous

            23 Mar 2019 13:47  

            There is a height limit where you'll guaranteed die no matter what, anything below this height can be negated by this spell or the silvercat ring. You can also tank the fall damage uf your hp is higher than the fall damage, raising dex lowers the amount of fall damage you take. This spell works exactly like the silvercat ring, you'll still die to any fall damage from a height that would automatically kill you such as a fall off a cliff or a fall from too high, all fall damage will be negated even if the fall would've been too much for your hp to handle if the fall isn't a guaranteed kill like off a cliff or a height too high.

            • Anonymous

              15 Nov 2018 13:38  

              When i first saw the spells's name i was like: "No... no they... they didn't na- i can't believe it." and then i died from laughing so much from the name. Specially on Halloween...

              • Anonymous

                25 Oct 2018 16:33  

                As far as I understand, this spell will save you from any fall that you WOULD HAVE survived normally (if that makes sense). If you fall from a height that would normally kill you, the spell won't save you. If it's any fall that would NOT normally kill you, then it will prevent any damage.

                • Anonymous

                  27 Jun 2018 13:06  

                  This idiot spell, i lost 800k souls thinking that this spell prevents falling damage, yeah it does but you will still die, they forgot to mention. they just went 'yeah man this will prevent fall damage, c'mon try nothing bad will happen'.

                  • Anonymous

                    11 Jun 2018 03:28  

                    idont now how to use the spook in the swers after kiling the rats i go to the door ihave it like souls itry but no noice and the door dosent open what to do?

                    • Anonymous

                      29 May 2018 02:30  

                      Can you use it to jump directly at the giant feet in the cathedral of the deep that tries to smash you ? This way it would be faster to deal with him

                      • Anonymous

                        10 Jul 2017 12:04  

                        Does it work on the High wall of Lothric, if you jump from the rooftops to the fatty before fighting Vordt?

                        • 04 Sep 2016 13:08  

                          This spell is what makes Assassin the best and really ONLY class for speedrunning. The ability to to bypass so much right away is absolutely essential to shaving seconds or even minutes off a run. For example, an Assassin can cast Spook, then sprint to the lift where you first meet Seigward near the Road of Sacrifices... With this spell you can actually sprint and jump down the elevator shaft, land on the lift he's on as it's going up, and roll off onto the bottom floor before the lift ever ever comes to a stop!Gotta go fast

                          • Anonymous

                            06 Jun 2016 16:49  

                            This spell is what got me through my first play through (Not sneaking past, I kill every enemy at least once). I always have it equipped!

                            • Anonymous

                              08 May 2016 21:28  

                              I have tried it in conjunction with the Hidden Body spell, and it seem to mask your sound a bit less of wearing the Slumbering Dragoncrest Ring, with Hidden Body.

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