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Fire is generally effective against unarmored targets; this makes it highly effective against most Undead enemies, which makes it a suitable choice for the starting areas. However, Fire is not very effective against many enemies encountered in the Demon Ruins, such as the Demonic Statues. As a rule of thumb, if an enemy can use Fire as an attack, then it is resistant to Fire. There are exceptions, though, such as Gwyn, Lord of Cinder and Hollows.
To lower Fire Damage received, it is necessary to raise the Flame Defense stat.
At lower levels, increasing all stats while leveling up will raise Flame Defense to some degree, however, Resistance will raise it more than any other. Increasing one's liquid Humanity level will also raise it by a small amount.
Heavy armor sets offer some of the best Flame Defense. Smough's Set does not need to be upgraded and offers very high flame resistance, while the fully upgraded Black Iron Set offers the highest of any set.
Fire Damage on weapons is dealt in conjunction with Physical Damage and can be done temporarily through weapon augmentation by applying Charcoal Pine Resin to Standard, Raw and Crystal weapons, along with some exceptions.
Certain weapons are inherently imbued with Fire Damage and can be found throughout the World.
- Demon's Catalyst
- Hammer of Vamos
- Obsidian Greatsword (Two handed strong attack)
- Pyromancy Flame
- Quelaag's Furysword
- Skull Lantern
- Hollow Warrior (Firebombers)
- Demonic Statue
- Engorged Zombie
- Flaming Attack Dog
- Pinwheel Servant
- Zombie (Torch)
- Bed of Chaos
- Belfry Gargoyles
- Black Dragon Kalameet
- Ceaseless Discharge
- Centipede Demon
- Chaos Witch Quelaag
- Gwyn, Lord of Cinder