Chloranthy Ring | Dark Souls 3

Chloranthy Ring is an item in Dark Souls 3. When equipped, it will increase the speed at which your stamina regenerates.
This will allow you to dodge, block and swing your weapons more, before you get tired. In this guide, we’ll show you where to find Chloranthy Ring in Dark Souls 3.

Chloranthy Ring Location

The ring can be found in the Undead Settlement. Get to the tower where you meet Siegward of Catarina for the first time, the one with the giant on top. Ride the elevator up and jump off as soon as you see a platform on the side.

Once you’re there, follow these steps:

Description:
This old ring is named for its decorative green blossom, but its luster is long since faded. Raises stamina recovery speed.

The effects stack with the Grass Crest Shield, so you can use them both and have your stamina regenerate really fast. It’s a great combo for any build that focuses on fighting in close quarters.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. K
    kade

    There’s also a short-cut right beside that bonfire that will save you from going through the long way in-front of the Boss door. Thanks though that was exactly what I needed!

  2. R
    rn

    MY elevator only goes down, something i need to do for it to go up instead?

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      DS

      Jump off the elevator right after stepping on the button and the other platform that goes up will come down.

    2. T
      Troll

      Hey look! It’s Siegward of Catarina! Looooool

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    tommy

    does anyone know if this ring stacks with the grass crest shield?
    I’m currently using both, but my observational skills are poor haha, if someone could verify it for me I’d much appreciate that 🙂

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