20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked) –

Consumables play a big part in every Soulsborne game, and DS3 is no exception!

Whether it’s tools to give you an edge, resins to spray on your weapons or tonics to enhance your skills, there’s a huge amount of consumables in the world.

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20. Human pine resin

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

The first of the gun enthusiasts, human pine resin, is the worst of the bunch in my opinion.

It adds 95 AR to your weapon, which is more than some resins, but it is very limited in supply and more expensive to buy than any other.

If you can get a lot of it, you probably already have a better fan, so our lower niche is needed.

How to get there: Sold to Patch after they recruited him from the Firelink Tower.

19. Prism stone

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Anyone who has played DS1 and discovered the crystal cave of the Invisible Labyrinth knows the joys of prism stones.

Unfortunately DS3 doesn’t have this option, except for the Yorkshkin Hidden Bridge, but that’s just a straight line….

They’re not very useful, and most players don’t use them.

How to get there: Sold by the maid of Firelink Temple.

18. Light pine resin

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

The second of the buffalo, the pale pine resin, suffers from the same disadvantages as human resin.

It does 90 magic damage to your weapon and lasts 60 seconds, but there are only two in the world and out of the world you have to buy them.

And when magic spell weapons with base values can be used for most classes and obtained at the beginning of almost every game, why waste souls?

How to get there: Bought by the altar girl after giving her the director’s ashes.

17. Hidden Blessing

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

It may seem surprising that blessing is so far down the list, but the hidden blessings seem so insignificant.

They completely restore your FP, but there are only 3 of them in the entire game, and they cannot be purchased!

FP is just not as important as HP 99% of the time, because you usually have plenty of ash Estus when you need it.

How to get there: One is sold by the shrine maiden after she gives him the ashes of the dreamer, the other by Patch after he goes to the castle of Lothric in search of Greirath. These lie in unmarked graves.

16. Cartus Red

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Red may seem useless to many players, but it actually plays a pretty important role in building luck.

It adds a bleeding effect to your tickling weapon if you’re lucky, and can quickly pierce many enemies if you use it on a sinking weapon!

Combined with a spiked weapon, dagger or katana, the amount of blood you can splatter on a dish is truly terrifying, making most other players hesitate when it comes to hitting!

But aside from luck or an occasional weak opponent, it’s rarely used.

How to get there: Sold by the lady of the shrine after giving her the ashes of the tomb holder.

15. Charcoal Pine Brown

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Resin wood is needed for most openings in the early game.

It can do the least amount of damage, 85, but many enemies are weak to fire, and it completely neutralizes those damn dogs, making them easy prey!

They are also the cheapest resins, at only 500 souls each!

How to get there: Sold by the altar girl after she handed over the ashes to the undertaker.

14. Golden pine resin

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Golden Pine Resin is on my list of #1 resin lovers for one reason only:

It makes Wardt’s fight even easier.

With 2 to be found in the high wall of Lothric (and 3 for sale from the maid after you give her the ashes of the dreamer), you can easily work your way through the more difficult encounters of the first game.

That said, you can’t get a decent supply until you get to the dungeon of Iritilus, which is also where the Lightning Prodigy is, making this item somewhat useless.

How to get there: Sold to infinity by the Sanctuary Maiden after giving her the ashes of Xanthus.

13. Siegbrau

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Siegbrau is a good beer, brought to you by Siegward, and it seems to be his own.

It restores some of the HP and temporarily increases frost resistance.

Vriesweerstand is pretty much useless during most of the game, and Siegbrau will in most cases be an emergency heal in the middle of the boss fight when you get out of Estus.

And for that, you’ll be glad to see him. It saved my life many times in my first productions.

Instructions: 3 given by Siegward at his meetings. You can find two of them in the outlying town by talking to Lapp.

12. Blood Foam Circle

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Red foam is the least used foam outside of PvP – and even then, the number of users with bleeds is pretty low.

However, it tops the list because it can put an end to those pesky maggots that make you bleed mercilessly.

However, this effect can be achieved just as well – and for free – with a flashlight, making this foam the least useful of all.

But in the right situation, it can be a lifeline!

How to get there: Sold by Greirat after he led him to Firelink.

11. Divine Blessing

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Again, the benefit is pretty small, but I’m not a fan of these consumables.

God’s Blessing completely restores your HP and removes all afflictions, but like the hidden blessings, there are only a handful in the base game.

Like in Zigbrau, it will mostly be an emergency recovery in the middle of a boss fight, and nothing else.

But for that sweet, life-saving thing, you’ll be glad you had it.

How to get there: One that was sold by Greirat after he took out the trash. Two others were found in Irithil’s picturesque room (one in a chest, the other left by a silver knight), another was found in a large archive. It is interesting to note that it is also possible to escape the judgment giants in a peripheral city!

10. Giant tree seeds

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Who doesn’t like to have fun with people?

The giant seeds are back from DS2, and they can be put to good use after the invasion!

If you use one, the enemies of your world will attack the invaders – as if they were you!

This can lead to some of the most fascinating events in the game – watching your assassin try to run for his life, only to be killed by hordes of enemies.

They are hard to get, and getting there is a bit confusing, so let me explain:

How to get there: It grows on a huge tree in Firelink. The risk of invasion is 10% and increases by 10% for each missed spawn to a maximum of 50%. The speed is reset to 10% after selection.

9. Young white branch

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Continuing the trend of getting closer to people, white twigs are essentially a sacrificed version of chameleon magic – turning you into an unpretentious work of art.

This is great for confused intruders and often causes them to leave your world because they simply can’t find you!

It’s also good to ambush people who give you a hard time! This leads to a quick and easy kill as they panic.

But beware, for sometimes the object you become… isn’t as invisible as you might hope.

How to get there: Sold by the maid after she gave her some xanthus ash.

8. Piece of purple foam

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Where would we be without these beauties?

The only thing that makes Farron reproducible is that the purple moss cures the poison and eliminates the poison buildup.

But of course, it’s not just Farron, there are a ton of toxic enemies in the game, and lots of swamp to get through.

Poison is one of those things that is just boring, so take it with you at all times!

How to get there: Sold by a lady of the shrine (6 at first, unlimited supply after giving the paladin’s ashes!)

7. Violet pollen moss

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

The big brother of the purple moss and the tip moss in DS3.

The flowering moss not only cures the poison, but also removes the much more frustrating effect of the poison – which kills you even faster!

They are much rarer and more expensive, so it is recommended that you keep them just for the venom.

But once you’ve come across Mr. Moneybags, you can drop the usual purple foam for these bad boys. They won’t let you down.

How to get there: Sold to infinity by the maid after she gave him ash covered in feces.

6. rusted section

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Rusty parts are a consumable, and you will need them in large numbers !

Crushing them increases the chance of finding items by 50 for 65 seconds, increasing the chance of these rare items falling into farms.

They are incredibly important if you plan on diving into DS3, collecting rare lots and building for PvP, NG+ and beyond!

How to get there: Sold ad infinitum by patches once in Firelink.

5. Duel Charm

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

The fuel spell is an extremely boring PvP, essential for those who really want to win.

Or those who are tired of being shot by two bullets from a dark magazine.

When you throw it on the ground, it creates a small cloud that nullifies all the effects of the impact, even for gun enthusiasts!

If you see someone using them, be careful!

How to get there: Sold by the altar girl after giving her the ashes of a paladin.

4. Green flower

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Few things are as useful as a green flower!

When you consume one, your regeneration of stamina is increased by +5 per second and lasts for 60 seconds.

There isn’t a single build in the entire game that doesn’t require more stamina. Use them in every encounter, every breakup, period.

Whether you’re running, rolling or sprinting, green flowers make your life easier!

How to get there: Sold by the shrine girl after giving her the ashes of the dreamer.

3. Bones of the hearth

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Imagine for a second a game of Soulsborne without teleporting to the last campfire.

That would be boring.

Homemade dice (and their infinite equivalents) are probably the most widely used. They simplify the game, accelerate progress and generally have a high inherent quality of life.

We like you, homebones!

How to get there: Sold by the shrine maiden, at the beginning of the game. The infinite counterpart (a fragment of a coiled sword) lies in the unworked graves!

2. Rusty gold coin

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

We are now entering the realm of ideals.

Rusty gold coins are the best farming consumable – they increase the number of items found by 100 in 60 seconds.

They are absolutely fantastic, so much so that I ignore my innate dislike of limited things.

Yes, limited. Unfortunately there are only 7 in the game, 14 if you take them as a grave.

Enemies that drop them are so rare that you’ll probably have to use coins for them, otherwise you run the risk of dropping them.

Let them go if you have them, but make sure when they’re gone, they’re gone!

How to get there: They are found scattered all over the world and it is very rare to find them thrown by maids outside the arena of Yorma, in the corrupt capital.

1. Green flower buds

20 Best Consumables in Dark Souls 3 (Ranked)

Green flowers are beautiful, aren’t they?

Properly flowered flowers are almost twice as effective and give a huge +9 per second exposure, which is equivalent to a +2 chlorine ring in the product!

If only they were unlimited. Unfortunately, only 3 are included in the basic set, with 8 others spread across two CSDs.

You can grow them, but it’s so unlikely you’ll get a decent amount that you’ll spend hours doing it!

How to get there: 2 in Irithill, and very rarely have centipedes fallen into the waters of Irithill and the stinking swamp of the capital.

Weapon skills are an excellent system unique to the third installment of the Dark Souls series, and are used to make each weapon in the game much more varied and complex.

While there are common skills for each type of weapon, such as loading a spear, there are an incredible number of unique skills designed specifically for each type of weapon!

These are the flashiest and most sensational moves you can do, but what are the coolest?

A whirlwind of moonlight

We should start with the classics.

The word moonlight was a basic element in all Soulsborne games and a favorite with fans around the world.

It got a much better treatment in Bloodborne, and the same design was used in DS3!

He has an absolutely fantastic walker, but the star of the Moon Swirl show is by far, and does incredible damage to developing intelligence.


Specifically, the ability to cling to a worn blade instead of other dull katana.

In general, the trick is a stand that all katanas have and can be used for both heavy mowing and parrying.

But on the worn blade, they continued, delivering a series of incredibly fast bloodstains or a trail of black flames of great range!

This ability explains why the worn blade is one of Dex’s most popular weapons. It’s incredibly cool and it’s worth it if you can beat the hardest boss in the game to get his…

Morning rage

A built-in skill of the Great Hammer of Morn, Morn’s Wrath is a 2-in-1 that combines the effects of Stamina and Wrath of the Gods!

This skill creates a continuous and incredibly powerful shockwave that can easily knock out low-level players!

Additionally, Shockwave damage is stacked with AR, meaning that the damage gets higher and higher when stacked with effects like the Red Stone Ring and Morion Blade!

Position of the Court of Justice

The oft-forgotten great verdict has a clever trick up its sleeve!

The Judgment Stance is similar to the general Dexterity Stance that many swords possess, except that you can fire a magic shockwave like a moonsault and inflict magical damage on your weapon for a short period of time!

The buffalo also looks like a dark monthly, and you know how much I love my shiny weapon.

The big word judgment is, frankly, very good for developing intelligence, and I don’t know why people ignore it so often.

Free the dragon

Releasing a dragon is a unique skill for both the spear and the short sword, although the two weapons have very different effects.

The sword creates a moving shockwave of damage and power, while the spear unleashes a long cone that makes enemies fly!

Whatever you choose, they are surprisingly effective, though the small scale of the weapons makes them more relevant to low-level invasions.

The pushing aspect of the skills can lead to very simple and fun environmental skills if used correctly!


It may sound boring, but parrying is simply the best skill in the entire game.

While there is nothing flashy or exciting like many other entries, the ability to parry is what sets the average player apart from the greats of Dark Souls.

This is a high risk, high reward skill that does the most damage when timed correctly.

For this, a handgun like the Caestus actually has the most reliable parry capability, with earlier and longer frames to deflect the attack.

If you’re not excited yet, you should be. Learning can take a while, but you’ll see that it pays off in no time!

melting perseverance

Mastering the weapon of the big boss of King’s Hammer, Molten Endurance, is an interesting choice for building power pyrotechnics.

This technique involves throwing a hammer into the ground, making it more stable, before hitting it several times to create lava eggs in the area.

The lava hits hard enough and can pass through the shields, allowing for excellent crowd control.

It can also be used discreetly from the corner to fill the room with great damage! Ideal for planning an invasion.

The flaming whip

Stick to arson: The Flame Whip is a unique skill from the Witch’s Castle – one of the best pyrotechnic weapons in the entire game.

He is very hard to read, very hard to combine, and has an incredible range that can catch opponents with ease!

Additionally, whips cannot be mated, which usually makes the weapon very safe in PvP.

Combined with this ability, you can begin to understand why witch castles are so powerful.


Many players might be surprised that one of them is on the list, but trust me, play a little PvP until you meet someone who uses Quickstep very well, and you’ll soon find out.

The Quickstep is an extremely incendiary replacement dodge that allows your character to burst out over a long distance while being completely invulnerable.

It’s very frustrating to play against, but super fun to play against. You can make simple backhand punches or devastating combos after your opponent has exhausted his stamina by beating on you unnecessarily!

Half Moon

Crescent Moon Judgment is a flashy skill that allows you to fire a magical projectile found on a crescent moon.

It is the fastest agility projectile in the game, both in terms of speed and actual launch rate, and it does incredible damage on launch!

However, landings can be difficult and require either a combination of land uses or consistent use of land ownership.

Holy Light and Flame

Why have one psychic weapon skill when you can have two?

The Holy Light and the Holy Flame is the mastery of the Twin Prince’s great word, combining the abilities of the Holy Light and the Holy Flame of Lorian.

In particular, heavy attacks provoke a wave of intense flames that cover the ground, while light attacks provoke a quick and distant breath of light!

It’s one of my favorites, but unfortunately scaling the weapon requires a fairly large build, so you don’t see it often – and it beats a few meta-pics.


2 weapons have an ability called falling lightning – the dragon sniper’s veraxa and the sword, both of which are awesome.

If you’ve read our list of the best spears, you know that this skill makes the sword one of the best weapons in the game.

It covers the blade with an orange flash that briefly polishes the weapon and glares at your opponents with a long-range flash.

The Verax is much more brutal and causes an explosive air blast that can hit most enemies with one shot!

Whatever you use, you’ll have fun. They are both incredibly strong and explosive!

A swirl of flames

For the more spirited arsonists, there’s a whirlwind of fire.

Use the demon’s fist skill, the Flame Vortex, and spin your enemies for successive blows before dropping your fist to fire up a heavily damaged flame geyser that sends enemies to heaven!

Multihits are perfect for activating effects like Cartus Beacon and Pontifex Right Eye to create an interesting pyrotechnic combo!

Give him a chance. Let your warrior of the inner road go!

Crystal blade

One of the most attractive abilities, the Crystal Blade, is unique to the Aquamarine Dagger – an excellent melee option for wizard constructs.

When you use it, you take up a position that extends the range of your dagger to a short sword, while giving you a brand new walker!

It’s a fantastic combo, and you can spend hours learning how to weave the ability in and out of your attacks for maximum efficiency.

This is a very high skill that will reward you richly once you master it.

The royal madness

The Crucifixion of the Mad King skill, aptly named, is an RNG type dice roll that gives one of three results ;

A roar that deals damage to the AoE and causes enemies to fall.

A blessing you give a lover of cheerful poetry, equal to perseverance.

And irritation (something you don’t want to see), creating a dark sphere that follows you for a short time before exploding.

This explosion can and will hit you until it hurts you and it’s almost impossible to dodge it while it’s hugging you. Then it’s best to kamikaze your opponents.

A very weird craft, but great fun to play with!

A call to stone

Ring City’s other weapon skill, Call to Stone, is the unique skill of the large Ledo hammer, one of my favorite power weapons.

When you use it, the hammer swings in an impact arc that is easy to combine and is very hard, with the stones of the hammer giving an RA buff of 7.5%.

These rocks can then be unloaded with a heavy attack at full charge and explode into the ground for massive and unique damage!

Another option is to convert a heavy attack immediately after the weapon skill into a massive helmet above your head, which is ideal for catching fleeing enemies on demand!

If you haven’t tried a strong character with the Ledo Hammer yet, you definitely should. He’s an absolute monster in PvP and PvE, and I can’t recommend him enough.

The war flag of Lorraine

Lothric Warrior Banner is a unique opportunity for, not surprisingly, Lothric Warrior Banner.

It must have taken them a long time to come up with that name.

But what he lacks in the original titles, he makes up for in power.

By using this skill, you and a fellow neighbor can get a 15% bonus in AR that lasts 2 minutes!

It’s a must for more supportive characters, and it’s generally excellent because of the low status requirements and the ability to be infused.

Note, however, that the banner must be filled in for the fan to hold.


Ember is a technical skill applied to a range of weapons, including the great Firelink sword and the three rings of knightly weapons.

It’s absolutely fantastic on each, although it has totally different effects on each weapon;

For a knight with a straight sword, amber adds a shock effect in case of fire damage and increases the range of the sword, in addition to allowing a lot of swinging from a distance.

For the round knight spear, there’s a range of fire damage and a whole new set of flashy attacks that range from huge cuts to devastating uppercuts.

In the ring, the knight combines big words and adds 2 new attacks: a melee shot or a powerful high jump that increases the already insane combo potential of the weapon.

Finally, for the big word Firelink, Ember is a long-range flame wave that simultaneously stuns weapons with 80 extra fire damage for 45 seconds.

Ugh. Did you get him?

Elfrid’s position

One of the most regrettable features of the cartoon style, only available on the big Scythe Freed.

With this, he adopts a stance that can either culminate in a massive attack that covers the ground with exploding ice, or a terrifying series of hyper-shielded light attacks, each causing frostbite.

It may be finished, but if your opponent has the guts to resist the attack and factor it in on time, he probably deserves it.

The black flame Elfrida

Last but not least, we have my favorite weapon, the ability to use Wilhelm’s Onyx Blade – one of the best hybrid weapons you can put together in the game.

When you use it, the sword spits out black fire, deals 145 damage for 45 seconds and looks so cool doing it.

This skill also possesses a true R1 one-shot combo and does absolutely insane damage – half healthy opponents in a single trade!

Call me sharp all you want, this skill is a real drug, and makes this big word one of my favorite weapons in the entire Dark Souls series.

What is the most powerful weapon in Dark Souls 3?
With 180 physical attacks and 69 fire attacks, the Old King’s Great Hammer is the most powerful weapon in Dark Souls 3.

What is the best character to use in Dark Souls 3?
Knights are the most chosen class in Dark Souls 3, and for good reason. Knights start with the long sword, one of the best weapons in the game. They also have a 100% physical absorption shield. They also target untreated damage because of their great strength and agility.

What is Dark Souls’ most powerful weapon?
He’s taken: 15 The Most Powerful Weapons of Dark Souls | Game Walk

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