Dark Souls 3

Robe worn by the guardian of the shrine. The Fire Keepers were robbed of light, to better serve as vessels for souls. Only those who cherish the writhing, searing darkness were given the keepers’ black attire. Found/Dropped: Cemetary of Ash Fire Keeper Robe WEIGHT 5.1 Lightning DEF 8.8 Physical DEF 5.7 Dark DEF 12.4 Strike DEF 7.1 Bleed DEF...

Prince Lothric’s robe. The prince, destined to be a Lord of Cinder, was cherished by the royal family, despite being born into illness, a frail and shriveled child. His swaddling clothes were made of aged, coarse cloth used in ancient prayer, and are all that he has ever worn. Found/Dropped: Lothric Castle Hood of Prayer WEIGHT 1.5 Lightning DEF 3.7 Physic...

Robe worn by jailers of Irithyll Dungeon. Originally ritualistic formal wear. The jailers were among the few survivors inhabiting the Profaned Capital, later serving under Pontiff Sulyvahn. Perhaps the screams emanating from the cells help them forget their old home. Found/Dropped: Jailers Aristocrat’s Mask WEIGHT 5.9 Lightning DEF 2.1 Physical DEF 5.5 ...

Holy garb worn by an Archdeacon of the Cathedral of the Deep. A sign of the Way of White’s highest rank. Of the three Archdeacons of the Deep, one stood over Aldrich’s casket, with hope that he would return one day. Found/Dropped: Cathedral of the Deep (after boss fight on ground) Archdeacon White Crown WEIGHT 1.8 Lightning DEF 5.0 Physical DEF 1.8 D...

Robe worn by deacons of the Cathedral of the Deep. The deep red pigment denotes the blessing of fire. In time, those dedicated to sealing away the horrors of the Deep succumbed to their very power. It seems that neither tending to the flame, nor the faith, could save them. Found/Dropped: Deacon of the Deep Deacon Robe WEIGHT 3.5 Lightning DEF 11.6 Physical DE...

Robe of an evangelist sent from the cathedral. These teachers, all women, came to enlighten inhabitants of the Undead Settlement and sent carriers on the path of sacrifice. Helm: Giant Sniper will not target you while wearing the Evangelist Hat Found/Dropped: Cathedral Evangelist Evangelist Hat WEIGHT 3.5 Lightning DEF 4.8 Physical DEF 3.7 Dark DEF 3.1...

White robe worn by traveling maidens. Part of their formal attire, regardless of rank. It is soft and well-made, but ill-suited for use in battle. Found/Dropped: Cathedral of the Deep Maiden Hood WEIGHT 1.4 Lightning DEF 4.4 Physical DEF 1.0 Dark DEF 4.6 Strike DEF 1.2 Bleed DEF 8 Slash DEF 0.1 Poison DEF 16 Thrust DEF 0....

Hat worn by a cleric turned undead. Typical attire for blue-robed travelers. It is said that they were entrusted with a duty, still its nature is yet to be revealed. Garb worn by a cleric turned undead. Unmistakable vibrant blue robes. It is said that the blue-robed travelers were entrusted with a duty. They bore large covers on their backs to ensure that they would not become seedbeds for s...

Attire of traveling conjurators. Conjurators were the predecessors to pyromancers, and spent their lives roaming the lands. No wonder their attire was designed to protect them from fire, poison, and other threats of nature. Found/Dropped: Road of Sacrifices Conjurator Hood WEIGHT 1.8 Lightning DEF 5.0 Physical DEF 1.6 Dark DEF 4.6 Strike DEF 1.6...

Attire of pyromancers of the Great Swamp, particularly favored by old sages. The large blindfold blocks out unnecessary light, allowing one to observe a pyromancy’s true essence. The flame reveals all, and obscures all. Attire of Cornyx, pyromancer of the Great Swamp. In the Great Swamp, it was customary to adorn oneself with articles of nature. Cornyx favored the use of raven feathers. ...

Attire of pyromancers of the Great Swamp. Comprised of a leather crown and animal bones. In the Great Swamp, it was thought that adorning oneself with natural fauna would provide protection from the flames of pyromancy. Attire of pyromancers of the Great Swamp. Comprised of bronze ornamentation and animal pelt. In the Great Swamp, bronze was used ritualistically to ward off evil spirits and ...

Enormous hat that completely obscures the face. Belonged to twin gurus known as the Crystal Sages. The pair are said to be successors to the great sage Logan, and this big hat is a symbol of their pedigree. Found/Dropped: Shrine Handmaid (after Crystal Sage) Sage’s Big Hat WEIGHT 1.7 Lightning DEF 4.6 Physical DEF 2.5 Dark DEF 4.6 Strike DEF 2...

Skin shed from a sage of the Grand Archives. The ivory wax has hardened, forming a mask. Wax protected the inquirer from exposure to the foulness that permeated the majority of the texts, preventing one’s anchor of reason from being too easily washed away. Robe of a sage from the Grand Archives, stained quite deliberately with wax. The scholars of the Grand Archives, sorcerers by craft, te...

Crown supposedly made in imitation of a divine creature of Oolacile, land of ancient, golden sorceries. Xanthous clothing is the mark of a researcher of lost sorceries, and the oversized crown is emblematic of their work. Such a curious pursuit is surely nothing to be ashamed of. Yellowish overcoat covering a band of brass medallions. Xanthous clothing is the mark of a researcher of lost so...

Feathered crown bestowed upon the princess of Oolacile, land of ancient golden sorceries. Through the guardian Elizabeth’s blessing, this raises the power and effect of the wearer’s magic, but damage suffered by magic attacks rises in tandem. Dress sewn in a long-lost fashion. The elaborately embroidered, ivory-colored silk is imbued with ancient magic power. No protection is offered by ...