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For the Dark Souls II variant, see Covetous Gold Serpent Ring (Dark Souls II).
For the Dark Souls III variant, see Covetous Gold Serpent Ring (Dark Souls III).

The Covetous Gold Serpent Ring is a ring in Dark Souls.

In-Game Description

The serpent is an imperfect dragon and symbol of the Undead. Its habit of devouring prey even larger than itself has led to an association with gluttony.
This gold ring, engraved with the serpent, boosts its wearer's item discovery, so that more items can be amassed.

AvailabilityEdit

The ring is found in Sen's Fortress. There is a two story stairwell in the fortress with boulders running down it. If the player follows it they will reach a dead end hallway. Near the end of the hallway there is a room with a Mimic in it which players may stand in to stay out of the path of the rocks, and a deep pit at the end of the hallway. After three boulders pile up, the fourth will run over the filled in pit and destroy the wall, opening up a new room holding the ring. Be careful to move out of the way after grabbing the ring, as the boulders will continue to roll through the room and potentially kill the player.

General InformationEdit

The Covetous Gold Serpent Ring increases drop rate by 200. It does not stack with the Symbol of Avarice. Along with the Symbol of Avarice, the Covetous Gold Serpent Ring is one of the only items to increase item drop chance.

The ring is invaluable for hunting down upgrade materials for weapon and armor reinforcement, as well as rare items such as the Channeler's Trident.
IncreasedDiscovery

The buff's icon

NotesEdit

  • The effect of the Covetous Gold Serpent Ring does not work on the Xbox One version of Dark Souls as it visually displays the Item Discovery counter as higher when highlighted, but fails to increase when equipped.

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