Titanite Chunk is an Upgrade Material in Dark Souls 3.

Titanite Chunk

Titanite chunk for weapon reinforcement. Reinforces weapons to +9.

Few records of chunks exist, and once one was discovered in Lothric, the race to locate Legendary Slabs began, but there have been no reports of success.


Titanite Chunk Usage

  • Reinforce regular Weapons to +9
  • 12 chunks required in total to get a weapon from +6 to +9
    • 2 chunks for +7
    • 4 chunks for +8
    • 6 chunks for +9 


Titanite Chunk Locations

  • Can be purchased infinitely for 13,000 souls from Shrine Handmaid after giving her the Dragon Chaser's Ashes.
  • Trade a Black Firebomb or Rope Black Firebomb with Pickle-Pee, Pump-a-Rum in exchange for a Titanite Chunk in Firelink Shrine.
  • 1x at Smouldering Lake: dropped by a Crystal Lizard in a tunnel.
  • 2x at Irithyll Dungeon:
    • 1x dropped from the sleeping Giant 
    • 1x from the Crystal Lizard in front of the sleeping Giant.
  • 4x in Consumed King's Garden: in the area with mutated hollows before the bonfire and one up the elevator from the same area.
  • 2x in Untended Graves: in the area with the Grave Wardens.
  • 12x at Archdragon Peak:
    • 3x Bonfire, one to the left of the castle entrance and one to the right behind a column of rocks and the third on the other side of the small over head bridge.
    • 3x one inside the second tower left of the main area and 2 more on top of the third tower guarded by a giant axe wielding Serpent-man.
    • 6x from the defeating second Ancient Wyvern.
  • 13x at Lothric Castle:
    • 4x after the first bonfire
    • 5x after the Dragon Barracks bonfire beneath the bridge where you you encounter the Lothric Wyvern, another outside to the left after encountering the right infected wyvern foot. The last before the Dragon Slayer fog door up the ladder on the roof. 
    • 4x for killing the Pus of Man infecting both wyverns past Dragon Barracks Bonfire.
  • 11x in Grand Archives:
    • 1x just after the dragon slayer's bonfire to the right.
    • 1x as you eneter Grand Archives one is to the right in the far corner.
    • 1x is near the secret area where the titanite slab is located.
    • 1x one is located where the spear lothric knight is patrolling.
    • 1x one after the room with the two crystal lizard to the right.
    • 1x one next to where you find the scholar's ring.
    • 1x one outside where you first encounter a gargoyle.
    • 2x on a balcony behind the ultra great sword lothric knight.
    • 1x along the last series of roofs where 2 gargoyles spawn.
    • 1x is where the storyteller enemies are to the far right and close to a Lothric Knight.
  • Video Location 1
  • Video Location 2
  • 7x in The Dreg Heap:
    • 1x Near The Dreg Heap bonfire,to the left, below the lone Harald Legion Knight.
    • 2x in the building, near the fountain, immediately after the first Angel where many Murkmen spawn.
    • 1x on a corpse by a pillar, after dropping down from the bridge after meeting Lapp for the first time.
    • 1x After the Earthen Peak Ruins bonfire, over the collapsed structure to the left, on a corpse behind a boulder.
    • 1x after the Earthen Peak bonfire, on a corpse near the farthest cliff's edge to the right of the Angel.
    • Various locations in the poison swamp.




  • It costs 156,000 souls to purchase 12 Titanite Chunks, which is the required amount to upgrade a weapon to +9



  • The rune on the Titanite Chunk is Eihwaz, which is in fact a reference to Berserk [1].


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  ♦  Poison Gem  ♦  Profaned Coal  ♦  Raw Gem  ♦  Refined Gem  ♦  Sage's Coal  ♦  Sharp Gem  ♦  Shriving Stone  ♦  Simple Gem  ♦  Titanite Scale  ♦  Titanite Shard  ♦  Titanite Slab  ♦  Transposing Kiln


    • Anonymous

      17 Aug 2019 23:54  

      There is a Chunk on a corpse in the Ashes of Ariandel DLC, in Snowy Mountain Pass. Should be listed on this page.

      • Anonymous

        07 Feb 2019 18:07  

        In the ringed city dlc on the stairs leading down to the swamp there are 6 of the fat guys Gold serpent ring + silver serpent ring + shield of want + mimic helmet + plunge =profit about 70k souls and between 3 and alot of chunks per run they also drop dark gems only downside if they gank you u dead

        • Anonymous

          01 Feb 2019 22:47  

          The Ringed Knight in Gael's arena seems to drop 2 of those all the time, easy farming from FIlianore's Rest.

          • Anonymous

            24 Jun 2018 19:33  

            The fat knight just outside the first bonfire of the Ringed City DLC is the best farming spot for me. Spawn at the first bonfire, run to him ignoring all the enemies, then a plunge attack for an easy kill. Sometimes he can drop 4 chunks at once. Also he gives around 8K souls on NG, so after 2 runs you can buy an extra chunk.

            • Anonymous

              24 Feb 2018 23:16  

              Corvian Knight drop rate is incredibly low. I got 1 from killing 60 of them. It's simply not worth the hassle. Even on a Twinked out Pyromancer, they take forever to kill.

              Well played Miyazaki.

              • Anonymous

                27 Sep 2017 02:12  

                It doesn't seem like Corvian Knights actually drop them, the monster's page doesn't even list Titanite Chunk as a possible drop. Probably meant Millwood Knight.

                • Anonymous

                  19 Aug 2017 22:32  

                  just spent a little bit farming the one sword/shield knight next to the Lothric Castle bonfire. Easy farm: free backstab with slumbering dragoncrest ring, about 3 kills per minute.

                  122 kills for 20 chunks at 357 ID for 16.39% drop rate (counted 102 large shards, he always dropped either a large shard or a chunk)
                  divide by 3.57 and get 4.59%, so around 4-5% base drop rate?
                  I know that's hardly an exhaustive sample size, but just to give a general idea.

                  Also, if anyone cares: 9 swords, 17 knight's crossbows, 12 shields, 14 helmets, 18 armors, 13 gloves, 11 legs, and I think 8-9 sunlight medals (forgot to check my count on the sunlight medals before hand)

                  • Anonymous

                    01 Jul 2017 06:00  

                    The second grave warden in the untended graves has a 100% chance of dropping these until I believe the actual titanite in the are is picked or the ravenous crystal lizards are killed, that's when it stopped working for me.

                    • Anonymous

                      20 Jun 2017 11:59  

                      For those confused about Smouldering Lake: There's 2 crystal lizards in the tunnel leading to Horace, the 2nd one (as you go from the lake to the big cavern for the fight) drops the chunk

                      • Anonymous

                        09 May 2017 14:22  

                        I messed around and died after killing the sleeping giant, now I assume since I can't find his drop that it's lost for this NG.

                        • Anonymous

                          03 May 2017 15:45  

                          Update there is no crystal lizard at smouldering Lake what someone is referring to is that little Crystal bug thing that you have to chase and kill and either they patched it or the drop Is random but I got a twinkling titanite from it.

                          • Anonymous

                            03 May 2017 15:38  

                            The smoldering Lake location needs verification. I've scoured every inch of that map and even smacked on every wall, found a black knight which was cool but there is no crystal lizard and no Titanite chunk. Or at least if there is it needs verification.

                            • Anonymous

                              02 May 2017 13:37  

                              The Ascended Winged Knights Trio on the Grand Archives DO NOT drop Titanite Chunks but rather Large Titanite Shards ever since a certain patch released in the past. (No idea what patch it was don't ask me.)

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