Wood Grain Ring


This special ring crafted in an Eastern land is made of metal, but with a wood grain crest on its surface. Slows equipment degradation.

Wielders of swords originating in the same region follow a practice of inscribing special words on the blades of their swords, and are naturally drawn to this ring.

 Wood Grain Ring is a Ring in Dark Souls 3.

 

 

Wood Grain Ring Effect

  • Increases weapon durability by 20%

  • +1 Version: +30%

  • +2 Version: +40%

 

 

Where to Find Wood Grain Ring

  • Sold by the Shrine Handmaid for 3000 souls after turning in the Easterner's Ashes.
  • +1 Version (NG+): From the Dancer of the boreal valley bonfire, head up the ladder and towards the Consumed King's Garden. Kill or run past the Cathedral Knight and take the elevator down all the way, the ring will be on a body directly behind you when the elevator stops. ()
  • +2 Version (NG++): After exiting the portrait room containing three Silver Knights in Irithyll of the Boreal Valley, it's in an alcove to your right as you go outside. () (video location)

 

Notes

  • Player note 1

 

Trivia

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    • Anonymous

      25 Jan 2020 18:28  

      Yes I know the downsides of this, but why not just slap on all 3 rings and have +90% to durability for the hell of it. Or better yet, get a three friends on NG++ to gift your NG++ character their rings, slap on 4 and boom, Stormruler with 26 durability. XD

      • Anonymous

        08 Jun 2019 15:39  

        In DS2 weapons were breaking at alarming rate. IN DS3 you can use weapon with 20 durability and it will rarely even give you message about durability running out (which also means you have damage penalty). Weapon with 25 durability have more than enough to make you forget what repair powder was about.

        • 28 Jan 2019 03:36  

          It's basically for W.A that cost Durability or for Katana style weapons. There's a few exceptions with very low durability. Otherwise it appears DkS3 was going to keep DkS1's repair system because it's too slow to matter with "Bonfire repair" anyways.

          • Anonymous

            17 Feb 2018 12:34  

            Durability is a joke in Dark Souls 3, and so is this ring. They have never managed to get durability right. In DS2 your weapons were apparently made of wet toilet paper, and in DS3 there are so many bonfires I've never had a weapon break or even get close to breaking. They should have selected a different mechanic.

            Perhaps weapons would have limited durability over a lifetime before needing to be taken to the blacksmith for refurbishing. So you might use a broadsword, for instance, for say, 15 - 20 fights of a few minutes each, and then only the blacksmith could fix 'em up right. Remove the ability to have them fixed up at bonfires entirely. Repair powder should be more useful as an item, and you have to come back to the Shrine on a fairly regular basis anyway.

            • Anonymous

              04 Jan 2018 10:24  

              Actually decent for RADICAL KATANA EDGY BOIZZZ!
              I'm not promoting them I'm just supporting them, because things do get better in high school.
              But what do I know, I'm just a sarcastic, salty casul that can't for the life of him fight katanas.

              • Anonymous

                31 Aug 2017 01:15  

                Although the Moonlight greatsword is quite trash, and not that fun. This ring boots it quite a bit allowing you to use it properly, it's not advised though, use a proper weapon and a proper ring slot, something useful, like reversal ring.

                • Anonymous

                  02 Aug 2017 15:41  

                  As far As applying this ring to playstyle it really only shines with very few items. It makes the frayed blade actually decent enough to use so it doesn't break with that lame ass 20 durability

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