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Dark Souls III (Windows)

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Dark Souls III

Developer: FromSoftware
Publishers: FromSoftware, Bandai Namco
Platform: Windows
Released internationally: April 12, 2016
Released in JP: March 24, 2016


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Kindled, Kindled, burning bright, traverse the ancient kingdom's blight; for Dark Souls III your heart's delight shall fuel with great intensity.

Careful, you'll lose an eye.
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Unused Audio

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Rip the unused audio.

There is unused audio in the files for the boss Oceiros, the Consumed King. This audio features a baby crying for several seconds, followed by the child screaming and several disturbing sounds of violence.

Unused Gestures

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Lord of Cinder.png
Lord of Cinder Attempting to use this gesture seems to incorrectly activate the player animation for using a Throwing Dagger.
DSIII-Unmannered Bow.png
Unmannered Bow There are four used bow gestures: Bow, Duel Bow, Dignified Bow, and Proper Bow. The Unmannered Bow may be a counterpart to one or both of the latter two.
(Source: Gesture Names & Icons - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Unused Items

Note: Item descriptions are displayed as they appear in the game files, with typos and other errors preserved.

Armor

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Burial Knight's Helm.png
Burial Knight Helm Helmet favored by the former Order of the Burial Knights.

Formal wear often mistaken for ceremonial purposes.

Made from the same alloy as that used on the battlefield, it is a little on the heavy side, although functions well as a defensive item.

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Burial Knight Armor Armor favored by the former Order of the Burial Knights.

Formal wear often mistaken for ceremonial purposes.

Made from the same alloy as that used on the battlefield, it is a little on the heavy side, although functions well as a defensive item.

DSIII-Burial Knight's Gauntlets.png
Burial Knight Gauntlets Gauntlets favored by the former Order of the Burial Knights.

Formal wear often mistaken for ceremonial purposes.

Made from the same alloy as that used on the battlefield, it is a little on the heavy side, although functions well as a defensive item.

DSIII-Burial Knight's Leggings.png
Burial Knight Leggings Leggings favored by the former Order of the Burial Knights.

Formal wear often mistaken for ceremonial purposes.

Made from the same alloy as that used on the battlefield, it is a little on the heavy side, although functions well as a defensive item.

DSIII-Dingy Hood.png
Dingy Hood Worn by a Fire Keeper.

It is thought to have once been the white hood of a maiden, but bonfire ash has darkened it over the years.

This headwear shares its name with the Dingy Hood from Dark Souls II. Despite the item's name and description, its appearance is that of the mask worn by the Fire Keeper in Dark Souls III.
DSIII-Footman's Hood.png
Footman's Hood Hood worn by a manservant who roams the Undead Commune.

The lowly footmen were given the most dejectable[sic] tasks among citizens of the Undead Commune. Their superhuman strength far exceeds that of an ordinary person, and if agitated can become quite uncontrollable.

Garb worn by Hollow Manservants, who seem to have originally been called Footmen. Similarly, the Undead Commune is likely an early name for the Undead Settlement. This name also appears in the descriptions of the Blood-stained Short Sword and the Hammer of the Giant Tree.
DSIII-Footman's Overcoat.png
Footman's Overcoat Overcoat worn by a manservant who roams the Undead Commune.

The lowly footmen were given the most dejectable[sic] tasks among citizens of the Undead Commune. Their superhuman strength far exceeds that of an ordinary person, and if agitated can become quite uncontrollable.

See Footman's Hood description.
DSIII-Footman's Bracelet.png
Footman's Bracelet Bracelets worn by a manservant who roams the Undead Commune.

The lowly footmen were given the most dejectable[sic] tasks among citizens of the Undead Commune. Their superhuman strength far exceeds that of an ordinary person, and if agitated can become quite uncontrollable.

See Footman's Hood description.
DSIII-Footman's Trousers.png
Footman's Trousers Trousers worn by a manservant who roams the Undead Commune.

The lowly footmen were given the most dejectable[sic] tasks among citizens of the Undead Commune. Their superhuman strength far exceeds that of an ordinary person, and if agitated can become quite uncontrollable.

See Footman's Hood description.
Frigid Valley Mask Mask worn by the beast knight of the Frigid Valley.

The mask was created using techniques now lost. It clearly has an unusual, unsettling air about it.

Mask worn by Vordt. Frigid Valley was an early name for the Boreal Valley, first appearing in the Network Test version of the game in the name of the boss it featured, Dancer of the Frigid Valley. This older name also appears in the description of the Dancer's Short Bow.
DSIII-Giant's Crown.png
Giant's Crown Crown embedded with the soul of the old giant, Lord of Cinder.

Reinforced with the protection of a giant, this item will repel all manner of attacks, holding fast against the wearer's enemies.

Garb worn by Yhorm the Giant.
DSIII-Giant's Armor.png
Giant's Armor Armor embedded with the soul of the old giant, Lord of Cinder.

Reinforced with the protection of a giant, this item will repel all manner of attacks, holding fast against the wearer's enemies.

See Giant's Crown description.
DSIII-Giant's Gauntlets.png
Giant's Gauntlets Gauntlets embedded with the soul of the old giant, Lord of Cinder.

Reinforced with the protection of a giant, this item will repel all manner of attacks, holding fast against the wearer's enemies.

See Giant's Crown description.
DSIII-Giant's Leggings.png
Giant's Leggings Leggings embedded with the soul of the old giant, Lord of Cinder.

Reinforced with the protection of a giant, this item will repel all manner of attacks, holding fast against the wearer's enemies.

See Giant's Crown description.
DSIII-Grotto Hat.png
Grotto Hat Hat of a sorcerer who distanced himself from this world.

Looks terribly worn-out, but the fabric's surface is reinforced with magic.

DSIII-Grotto Robe.png
Grotto Robe Robe of a sorcerer who distanced himself from this world.

Looks terribly worn-out, but the fabric's surface is reinforced with magic.

DSIII-Grotto Wrap.png
Grotto Wrap Gloves of a sorcerer who distanced himself from this world.

Looks terribly worn-out, but the fabric's surface is reinforced with magic.

DSIII-Grotto Trousers.png
Grotto Trousers Waistcloth of a sorcerer who distanced himself from this world.

Looks terribly worn-out, but the fabric's surface is reinforced with magic.

DSIII-Heavy Knight's Helm.png
Heavy Knight's Helm Helmet of a heavy knight, leaden from head to foot.

Created with the ideology of withstanding any attack, it demands excessive physical strength from those who use it. However, the defensive power it offers is beyond expectation.

The Heavy Knight set appears to have been recolored and reincorporated as Lapp's Set in the Ringed City DLC.
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Heavy Knight's Armor Armor of a heavy knight, leaden from head to foot.

Created with the ideology of withstanding any attack, it demands excessive physical strength from those who use it. However, the defensive power it offers is beyond expectation.

See Heavy Knight's Helm description.
DSIII-Heavy Knight's Gauntlets.png
Heavy Knight's Gauntlets Gauntlets of a heavy knight, leaden from head to foot.

Created with the ideology of withstanding any attack, it demands excessive physical strength from those who use it. However, the defensive power it offers is beyond expectation.

See Heavy Knight's Helm description.
DSIII-Heavy Knight's Leggings.png
Heavy Knight's Leggings Leggings of a heavy knight, leaden from head to foot.

Created with the ideology of withstanding any attack, it demands excessive physical strength from those who use it. However, the defensive power it offers is beyond expectation.

See Heavy Knight's Helm description.
DSIII-Hexer's Hood.png
Hexer's Hood Hood

Belonged to Felkin the Outcast.

Those who have a taste of dark are drawn into its vortex and rarely return. Perhaps it appeals to something deep within the human soul.

Garb worn by Felkin the Outcast. It was obtainable in Dark Souls II.
DSIII-Hexer's Robes.png
Hexer's Robes Robe worn by a hexer.

Belonged to Felkin the Outcast.

Those who have a taste of dark are drawn into its vortex and rarely return. Perhaps it appeals to something deep within the human soul.

See Hexer's Hood description.
DSIII-Hexer's Gloves.png
Hexer's Gloves Gloves worn by a hexer.

Belonged to Felkin the Outcast.

Those who have a taste of dark are drawn into its vortex and rarely return. Perhaps it appeals to something deep within the human soul.

See Hexer's Hood description.
DSIII-Hexer's Boots.png
Hexer's Boots Boots worn by a hexer.

Belonged to Felkin the Outcast.

Those who have a taste of dark are drawn into its vortex and rarely return. Perhaps it appeals to something deep within the human soul.

See Hexer's Hood description.
DSIII-Man Serpent's Mask.png
Man Serpent's Mask Metallic mask worn by a man serpent priest.

There were those among the man serpents as well as people, who devoted themselves to magic, and the existence of a cane that could invoke sorceries from ages past.

Garb worn by the Man-Serpent Summoners.
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Man Serpent's Robes Robe worn by a man serpent priest.

There were those among the man serpents as well as people, who devoted themselves to magic, and the existence of a cane that could invoke sorceries from ages past.

See Man Serpent's Mask description.
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Saint's Veil Veil worn by the young crossbreed taken prisoner within the dungeon.

Originally pure white, years of incarceration have stained it ash grey.

Garb worn by Company Captain Yorshka.
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Saint's Dress Dress worn by the young crossbreed taken prisoner within the dungeon.

Originally pure white, years of incarceration have stained it ash grey.

See Saint's Veil description.
DSIII-Scholar's Shed Skin.png
Scholar's Shed Skin 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. This item gets its appearance from the wax-covered heads of the Grand Archives Scholar. It appears to have been scrapped in favor of having the player dunk their heads in wax basins located around the level, which awards them a buff thats identical to the one this item would have provided.
DSIII-Soldier's Hood.png
Soldier's Hood Hood supplied to common soldiers protecting Lothric.

Its simple build offers the bare minimum of protection in battle, but is comparatively lightweight and manageable.

The name of this hood suggests it would have been worn by the Hollow Soldiers found in Lothric.
DSIII-Thief Mask.png
Thief Mask Mask of sinners.

They hide their faces, stifle their voices and hide in shadows.

It does not provide much in the way of defense.

The design of this Thief Mask variant is almost identical to the one that appears in Dark Souls II.
DSIII-Varangian Helm.png
Varangian Helm Helm worn by Varangians that terrorized nearby seas.

The coastline stretches far in northern Drangleic. Beyond this northern sea is an unexplored continent, said to be home of things inhuman.

Garb worn by Hollow Vangarians. It was obtainable in Dark Souls II.
DSIII-Varangian Armor.png
Varangian Armor Armor worn by Varangians that terrorized nearby seas.

The coastline stretches far in northern Drangleic. Beyond this northern sea is an unexplored continent, said to be home of things inhuman.

See Varangian Helm description.
DSIII-Varangian Cuffs.png
Varangian Cuffs Cuffs worn by Varangians that terrorized nearby seas.

The coastline stretches far in northern Drangleic. Beyond this northern sea is an unexplored continent, said to be home of things inhuman.

See Varangian Helm description.
DSIII-Varangian Leggings.png
Varangian Leggings Leggings worn by Varangians that terrorized nearby seas.

The coastline stretches far in northern Drangleic. Beyond this northern sea is an unexplored continent, said to be home of things inhuman.

See Varangian Helm description.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Consumables

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Brightbug.png
Brightbug This consumable item reduces damage taken and increases damage dealt. It can only be used when no phantoms are present. It was obtainable in Dark Souls II.
DSIII-Holy Water Urn.png
Holy Water Urn This consumable item has a similar appearance to the Hidden Blessing, whose description says it contains "holy water blessed by the Queen of Lothric."
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Oozing Charm Berry A blue berry emitting a faint magic. Temporarily boosts magic/fire defense. When the magic contained in the berry permeates the body, it protects the user from magic and fire. This consumable item is similar to the Blue Bug Pellet in both function and appearance. However, the pellet only boosts magic absorption.
DSIII-Oozing Charm Berry (Yellow).png
Oozing Charm Berry A yellow berry emitting a faint magic. Temporarily boosts dark/lightning defense. When the magic contained in the berry permeates the body, it protects the user from dark and lightning.. This consumable item is similar to the Yellow Bug Pellet in both function and appearance. However, the pellet only boosts lightning absorption.
DSIII-Molotov Cocktail 1.png
Molotov Cocktail
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Molotov Cocktail
DSIII-Monastery Charm.png
Monastery Charm A consumable item that cures poison and restores HP. It was obtainable in Dark Souls II.
DSIII-Poison Kukri.png
Poison Kukri The player can obtain Poison Throwing Knives and Kukris, but not Poison Kukris. This item likely caused both bleeding and poison buildup.
DSIII-Rotten Pine Bundle.png
Rotten Pine Bundle There are five types of resins; consumable items that serve as temporary weapon enchantments. However, only two of these resins have an obtainable bundle variant: Gold Pine and Charcoal.
DSIII-Young White Branch.png
Young White Branch
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Keys

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Bridge Key.png
Bridge Key Key to the inner part of the bridge. Beyond the great bridge that couldn't possibly have been made by human hand, hides a mystery that has yet to be discovered. Some say that the realm of God awaits, but others…
DSIII-Dungeon Ground Floor Key.png
Dungeon Ground Floor Key Unlocks a single cell in the vast dungeon. Using this key will open the gates that once held a captive night[sic]. If you're into dark humour, you'll enjoy this item description's typo.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Online Play

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Spirit Amethyst.png
Spirit Amethyst Online play item. Purple crystal inhabited by spirits. Spirits soar to seek enemies from other worlds, conforming to the target's color. Can be used three times, then regenerated with rest at a bonfire. What stuff is it that in the purple crystal resides? Perhaps cinders of Undead, sacrificed to the bonfire. Or perhaps the vengeful spirits of those who fell to foes from distant worlds. Blue Sentinels and Darkmoon Knights have an effect similar to the description of this item when being summoned through a concord. A particle effect will spawn from their bodies and travel in the direction of the invader of the host's world.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Other

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Dragon Chaser's Ashes.png
Dragon Chaser's Ashes
DSIII-Dragon Scale.png
Dragon Scale There's a set of armor called Dragonscale, but it's unclear if there's a connection.
Gwyndolin's Finger Ruined finger of Dark Sun Gwyndolin. The young crossbreed girl loved her brother, of whom all that remains is this ruined finger. Even so, her love for him will never falter… There's a Dried Finger item that allows players to summon more phantoms and opens them to more invasions, but it's unclear if there's a connection.
DSIII-Holy Remains.png
Holy Remains Sinister vessel made from the skull of a noble king. Placed on the altar within the catacombs, but its origins are unclear. An ominous air emits from the chalice, gripping the hearts of those who peer at it as if determined to drag them to the world of the dead. This item shares its appearance with the chalice found in High Lord Wolnir's lair in the Catacombs of Carthus. When used, it teleports the player to the boss room.
DSIII-Iron Seal of the Wolf.png
Iron Seal of the Wolf Crest opening the way to Fort Faran, home to the Undead Corps. Passed down to cursed undead warriors, the stench of death still lingers. Perhaps Freise of Vinheim will have some use for it… Orbeck is the only NPC that hails from Vinheim; there is no character by the name of Freise. The Undead Corps is likely an early name for the Undead Legion, while Fort Faran is likely an early name for Farron Keep.

The item's appearance is similar to that of the Watchdogs of Farron covenant item.

DSIII-Pendant.png
Pendant This faintly warm medal, engraved with the symbol of the Sun, is the ultimate honor, awarded to shoe[sic] who summon the Warrior of Sunlight and complete a goal. The symbol represents Lord Gwyn's Firstborn, who lost his deity status and was expunged from the annals. But the old God of War still watches closely over his warriors. Appears to be using an HD remake of the icon for the Pendant from Dark Souls. The item's description seems to be that of an earlier version of the Sunlight Medal players receive for beating a boss with a Warrior of Sunlight covenant member present.
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Silver Talisman Appears to have the same visual design as the Silver Pendant from Dark Souls.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Pyromancy Flames

The only alternative to the Pyromancy Flame available to the player is the Pyromancer's Parting Flame.

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Pyromancy Flame 1.png
Deep Pyromancy Flame A flame catalyst used by pyromancers. Pyromancers rouse this flame to wield various fire arts. The flame rewards those with a thirst for power. The more Hollowed one is, the stronger the effect. Effect: Spell power scales with Hollowing.
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Flickering Pyromancy Flame A flame catalyst used by pyromancers. Pyromancers rouse this flame to wield various fire arts. This flickering flame grows in power the closer one is to their target, intensifying the impact of a pyromancy.
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Pitch-Dark Pyromancy Flame A flame catalyst used by pyromancers. Pyromancers rouse this flame to wield various fire arts. This dark, stagnant flame follows a system that differs from ordinary techniques. The effects of this are manifested in full when used with dark pyromancies.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Rings

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Rare Ring of Sacrifice.png
Rare Ring of Sacrifice This ring shares its name with the Rare Ring of Sacrifice from Dark Souls. When equipped, it prevents the loss of Souls or Humanity upon death. If the player is killed by a Curse, the effect will vanish upon respawn. However, Dark Souls III does not have a penalty which persists after death due to Curse. It is very likely that the ring was removed from the game for the same reason (whatever that reason may be).
Ring of Hiding Masks one's presence from adversaries. Hides the wearer from Dark Spirits at a distance. The wearer's presence is obscured, concealing their very existence from invaders of that world. However, if permitted to get close, the effect will fade. This item seems to have been reworked into the Obscuring Ring, which is practically identical.
Ring of Sustained Energy Wearer's will to fight is converted into strength. Boosts stamina recovery speed, as long as attacking persists. The unnatural ability of a late hero dwells within this ring, the use of which was permitted to only a select and valiant few.
Ring of Sustained Essence Wearer's will to fight is converted into strength. Recovers FP with successive attacks. The unnatural ability of a late hero dwells within this ring, the use of which was permitted to only a select and valiant few.
Ring of Sustained Fortune Wearer's will to fight is converted into strength. Increases drop rate with successive attacks. The unnatural ability of a late hero dwells within this ring, the use of which was permitted to only a select and valiant few.
Ring of Sustained Magic Wearer's will to fight is converted into strength. Boosts spells, as long as attacking persists. The unnatural ability of a late hero dwells within this ring, the use of which was permitted to only a select and valiant few.
Ring of Sustained Might Wearer's will to fight is converted into strength. Adds extra damage with successive attacks. The unnatural ability of a late hero dwells within this ring, the use of which was permitted to only a select and valiant few. This ring appears to have been reworked into the Pontiff's Right Eye. The Right Eye boosts a player's attack by up to 15%, as long as they continue the assault.
Ring of Sustained Toughness Wearer's will to fight is converted into strength. Boosts defense, as long as attacking persists. The unnatural ability of a late hero dwells within this ring, the use of which was permitted to only a select and valiant few.
DSIII-Yorgh's Ring.png
Yorgh's Ring This ring originally appeared in the first DLC expansion for Dark Souls II. Dark Souls III's lore suggests that the name Yorgh may have belonged to a Giant.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Shields

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Ancient Dragon Greatshield.png
Ancient Dragon Greatshield There's a used shield known as the Ancient Dragon Greatshield, but it has a different icon.
DSIII-Prince's Shield.png
Prince's Shield Prince Lorian wields an enchanted sword, but no shield. It is worth noting that the visual design of this shield complements his other equipment, implicating that it was, at some point, going to be canon that Lorian historically wielded a shield which could be obtained by the player despite Lorian not using a shield in practice (due to specific circumstances). This would have been very similar to how Knight Artorias from Dark Souls wielded only a sword in battle but had a legendary greatshield obtainable by the player.
DSIII-Unknown Shield 2.png
Unknown Shield This shield shares its icon with the Cleric's Parma from Dark Souls II.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Spell Tomes

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Braille Tome of Sunlight.png
Braille Tome of Sunlight A sacred braille tome of sunlight, written for warriors of the sun covenant. Give it to a storyteller to learn sun miracles. Knights of the sunlight covenant are brilliantly beaming co-operators who volley lightning, and hand out medals before disappearing into the sunset. There are four used Braille Tomes, but this is not one of them.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Spells

Image Name Game Description Notes
Dorris Swarm Dark miracle taught at the Cathedral of the Deep; imparted by the mentor Dorris before she lost her mind. Summon a swarm of insects that nestles within foes. The insects bore completely through the body before continuing to erode everything in the vicinity. This miracle seems to have been reworked into Dorhys's Gnawing, which is practically identical.
Morbid Temptation A micracle[sic] that causes distress only to those that have turned hollow. To hollows, there is no greater affliction that the temptation of death. To them, this agony transcends imagination.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Souls

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Boss Soul 1.png
Soul of the Great Bat Soul of the Great Bat, sealed away deep beneath the earth. Use to acquire a huge amount of souls, or to make an offering at the training kiln… The great bat in question is almost assuredly the Demon Prince from the Ringed City DLC. Though, at one point, the Giant Bat was a boss in the Smouldering Lake.
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Soul of a Wicked Spirit Soul of a malevolent god that possessed a heroic king. Use to acquire a huge amount of souls, or to make an offering at the training kiln…
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Weapons

Image Name Game Description Notes
DSIII-Ancient Dragon Halberd.png
Ancient Dragon Halberd Rare halberd supposedly made from part of an immortal dragon.

The scarcity of the material is matched by its strength, and it will not falter when exchanging blows with any sort of weapon. The halberd's rarity has precipitated the giving and taking of countless lives.

Blood-stained Short Sword Dagger used by citizens of the Undead Commune. The inner blade is lined with fish hook-like barbs, maximising fatality when tangled in the target. It is rumored that this weapon had some sort of ritualistic use, but the truth is unknown. The Undead Commune is likely an early name for the Undead Settlement. This name also appears in the descriptions of the Footman's Set and the Hammer of the Giant Tree.
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Dancer's Short Bow Bow born from the soul of the Dancer of the Frigid Valley.

Created using a tough Frigid Valley alloy, this bow is astonishingly flexibile, capable of firing powerful arrows.

This weapon's name suggests that it belongs to the Dancer of the Boreal Valley, but she wields Enchanted Swords, not a bow. Frigid Valley was an early name for the Boreal Valley, first appearing in the Network Test version of the game in the name of the boss it featured, Dancer of the Frigid Valley. This older name also appears in the description of the Frigid Valley Mask.
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Foot Soldier Sword This sword first appeared in Dark Souls II.
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Four Knights Hammer Hammer of the Four Knights, writhing in the dark.

This hammer was made for battle using a mysterious metal, its sharp edge capable of piercing shields and armor easily. Used to mercilessly crush enemies before one's eyes.

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Golden Dual Swords A pair of characteristically curved swords, each serving a distinct purpose.

The right is embedded with thorns, designed to wound and wither the opponent. During that instant, the left is used to finish them with its superior cutting ability. A deadly onslaught with this weapon will strike fear into one's enemies.

These swords have designs identical to those of the Dark Silver Tracer and Gold Tracer from Dark Souls, with snazzy HD remastered models and textures.
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Hammer of the Giant Tree Hammer crafted from the trunk of a great tree that has survived for an overwhelmingly long time.

It was said that the old tree posessed[sic] thought, and became an object of worship for citizens of the Undead Commune. With a density and strength unthinkable for wood, it boasts power that can stand up against any metallic weapon.

The Undead Commune is likely an early name for the Undead Settlement. This name also appears in the descriptions of the Footman's Set and the Blood-stained Short Sword.
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Heavy Four-Pronged Plow Four-pronged Plow wielded by the wooden scarecrows, serfs of the forest Sanctuary.

The scarecrow serfs would not normally use these four-pronged plows as weapons, but their sharpness makes them very deadly.

This weapon comes directly from Dark Souls.
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Lothric's Scythe Scythe born from the soul of Lothric.

Forged for Prince Lothric, this weapon's blade is slightly elongated and boasts beautiful craftmanship. It has a sharp edge contains[sic] a hard alloy, and can rip through anything like paper.

Prince Lothric is an unarmed magic user. He and his brother are fought in a single boss battle, and they drop a shared Boss Soul known as the Soul of the Twin Princes, which the player can choose to forge into Lothric's Holy Sword or Lorian's Greatsword. The two can then be transposed into the Twin Princes' Greatsword. No mention of a scythe.
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Manikin Sabre There are Manikin Claws, but not a sabre. This item is a direct replica of an item from Dark Souls II.
DSIII-Missionary Axe.png
Missionary Axe Axe used by the missionaries who endeavored to propagate the Undead Commune, as well as its surrounding lands.

The only salvation they offer is death, and any who disobey their teachings will be broken in two.

DSIII-Sacred Beast Catalyst.png
Sacred Beast Catalyst Catalyst used by the sacred beasts that dwell deep within the forest. The beasts employed techniques from long ago, and their magical power has become instilled in this catalyst, increasing the potency of sorcery. This catalyst is wielded by the Elder Ghrus.
[Unnamed Sword 1] [Blank Description] This sword has a broken tip.
[Unnamed Sword 2] [Blank Description] This unnamed sword is the wieldable version of the Sword of Avowal, a key item that cannot normally be equipped.
[Unnamed Sword 3] [Blank Description] This unnamed sword is speckled with white.
[Unnamed Sword 4] [Blank Description] This unnamed sword almost resembles a candlestick.
[Unnamed Sword 5] [Blank Description] This unnamed sword has a short, pointed blade.
(Source: Item Names, Icons, & Descriptions - Dark Souls III Wiki)

Unused Textures

Hmmm...
To do:
Rip the unused textures.

There are unused textures in the files of Oceiros, the Consumed King, showing what appears to be a baby. The child seems to have suffered major injuries in one of the textures, meaning that this is likely related to the unused audio for the same boss.