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Twinkling Dragon Torso Stone is a Tool in Dark Souls 3.

Twinkling Dragon Torso Stone


Stone imbued with the power of the everlasting dragons, offered to a towering dragon. This stone shows signs of a nascent light.

Gain the torso of a dragon and roar alongside an archdragon mirage. The transformation is irreversible until death.

Yet true imitation will require a dragon head, as well.

 

Twinkling Dragon Torso Stone Usage

  • Gain dragon torso until death
  • Must remove all armor to use; Head, Chest, Arm, and Leg armor
  • Summons dragon arms in front of player character that crush enemies
  • Attribute bonus of D for Intelligence and C for Faith
  • Using the Dragon Torso increases Magic and Dark absorption by 16.48, increases Fire absorption by 32.66, and reduces lightning absorption by 15.44. It also increases all Resistances by 60.

 

 

Twinkling Dragon Torso Stone Location

  • Located at the very end of Archdragon Peak by using the "Path of the Dragon" on the altar.

 

Notes

  • Dragon torso ability adds Damage buff Lasts for around 6 seconds
  • Damage buff stacks with oath of sunlight
  • Consumes 102 stamina on use

 

 

Trivia

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    • Anonymous

      21 May 2018 21:32  

      The rings do help somewhat, but they do not negate the 'naked' penalty so their help is less than you would expect. With the dragon the best defense is a well timed dodge and a sturdy shield. The Dragonoid is meant to be a Porsche not a sherman.

      I have found a solid workable build by focusing on Pyromancy, seeing as the int and fth states boost the slam as well as fire spells. i use a millwood shield and the demon scar. It's all i need unless the enemy I'm fighting has really high fire defense. And sometimes I'll equip a staff or a talisman depending on my spell setup but that's situational adjustments.

      it makes the build incredibly light and has very low physical stat requirements. So dex and str can be minimal to let you dump into hp, stamina, 18 or so attunement, and an even split in faith and intelligence. I'm up to soul level 111 and can do some solid damage with my pyro and also the torso stone slam.

      • Anonymous

        15 May 2018 01:08  

        Just a qick question, but couldnt the poise and phys protections problem be off set with the Wolf ring _3 and the Ring of steel protection +3

        • Anonymous

          18 Jan 2018 22:04  

          One of my favorite tactics is to nail an enemy with a riposte or backstab, then time the twinkling torso slam to hit them just as their hitbox reactivates. it's a nice little wakeup call for some more quick damage.

          All in all, the torso and twinkling torso are the stones to use. Since DS1 the head stones have been all but useless. Range is too short, hits are too slow and weak. I always felt the original intent was that the fire breath was for breaking guards by pummeling turtles into recoiling, with a bit of chip damage as a bonus. For that the original high stamina cost (and high stamina inflict against shields) with range and rapid hits was perfect. It was well balanced because users were always best served in laying short bursts to maintain their own stamina.

          • Anonymous

            09 Dec 2017 23:17  

            I always imagined a dragon transformation to be mighty and amazing... not some skinny dragon who doesnt have enough to eat.

            • Anonymous

              Hawkwood02 Oct 2016 23:12  

              So, I pretty much used a black separation crystal on Hawkwood, and I have no idea where to find him again. I'm fairly certain that he's no longer going to show up in my world again. :[ Is there anything that can be done, or am I screwed to fight my way up the path alone.

              • Terrible absorption11 Sep 2016 06:34  

                I'm reasonably sure that using dragon stones doesn't count as wearing armor in terms of absorption, making dragon stones terrible. You take 25% extra damage for each piece of armor you're NOT wearing, so wearing no armor for the dragon stones means you take 100% extra damage (it's not multiplicative), basically like wearing the calamity ring. I'm pretty sure this is the case by comparing full dragon form to full master's attire, the weakest armor in the game. I took way more damage in dragon form. Needs proper testing.

                • Anonymous

                  dragon wings25 Aug 2016 18:53  

                  Maybe if this thing has some poise and some wings even little stubby wings I'll probably use it more often but as it is it's ugly and useless

                  • Anonymous

                    andre isn't doing anything26 Jul 2016 03:26  

                    after i get the twinkeling dragon torso stone, i go to the firelink shrine like im supposed to to talk with andre, where he should give me hawkwood's swordgrass, i have the stone, and the old fart wont do the dialouge. what do i do? hawkwood isn't leaving and andre won't talk about hawkwood leaving.

                    • Anonymous

                      Max damage please?18 May 2016 23:13  

                      Can someone test the max damage of this with a red tear stone ring, max faith/unit and 2 Mormon blades

                      • Anonymous

                        Absorptions15 May 2016 16:11  

                        The full dragonform does have some defenses. It has magic/dark absorb of 16.48, fire absorb of 32.66, lightning absorb of -15.44 (yes negative), and resistance to poison/frost/curse/bleed of 60. It has no physical damage absorption. I tried to add it to the entry myself, but it doesn't appear to have worked.

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