Covetous Silver Serpent Ring
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring Image
Weight Weight 1.2
Sell Price Sell Price 500

Lore

A silver ring depicting a snake that could have been, but never was, a dragon. Fallen foes yield more souls.

Snakes are known as creatures of great avarice, devouring prey even larger than themselves by swallowing them whole.

If one's shackles are cause for discontent, perhaps it is time for some old-fashioned greed.

Effect

Fallen enemies will yield 10% more souls.

Ring Version Effect
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring Fallen enemies will yield 10% more souls.
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +1 Fallen enemies will yield 20% more souls.
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +2 Fallen enemies will yield 30% more souls.
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +3 Fallen enemies will yield 35% more souls.

Acquisition

Firelink Shrine treasure: Behind a hidden wall in a chest accessible via the rafters.

Ring Version Playthrough Acquisition
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring New Game Firelink Shrine treasure: Behind a hidden wall in a chest accessible via the rafters.
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +1 New Game+ Irithyll Dungeon treasure: Found on a corpse near the bonfire. Take the direct shortcut and jump at the right time from the elevator.
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +2 New Game++ Undead Settlement treasure. In the area where the Fire Demon resides, on top of the building. Walk outside and to the right past where the two Evangelists are.
Covetous Silver Serpent Ring +3 New Game The Ringed City: After taking the huge drop through the church windows near the start of the game, continue past the first Angel into the building with the 2 Knights. Head out of this building and take a right at the fountain, into the house full of Murkmen. When you get to the final room in this building, there is an illusory wall on the left. Continue up the stairs and progress until you come to a large room with a wooden balcony. Jump down from the balcony to the right and you will find the ring on a corpse lying over a balcony railing.

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