Banished Knight is a Humanoid Enemy in Elden Ring. The Banished Knights are that seek to serve any who give them purpose. They are tall, fully armoured, and are well-trained in combat, mastering the art of wielding different weaponry.

The spirits of two particular knights, Oleg and Engvall can be summoned for aid in battle using the Banished Knight Oleg and Banished Knight Engvall Ashes respectively.

 

 Many knights were sent to the fringes, where they were forced to start anew with only despair for company. 
These fierce warriors were each and all accomplished. Perhaps that is why, despite their territorial losses, they were still named knights.

 

Elden Ring Banished Knight Locations

Where to Find Banished Knights:

  • Many knights can be found in Stormveil Castle wielding either a halberd or a greatsword and shield. All of them except two have the altered helm (without the red hood).
    • One can be found in a dark room, located at the top floor of the wine cellar in Stormveil Castle. You must use the side entrance that Gatekeeper Gostoc suggests in order to reach said room.
    • A knight with a halberd patrols the room down the stairs from the Rampart Tower Site of Grace.
    • A few can be found on top of the buildings in the center of Stormveil Castle.
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  • Two found with the unaltered helm (with a red hood) wielding a greatsword and shield, near the Cathedral of Dragon Communion in Caelid. One spawns inside near the grace and patrols around the outside of the cathedral. Another stands near the cliffs to the west.
  • Spectral variants of Banished Knights appear in Castle Sol. In addition to the halberd and greatsword/shield-wielding knights, a dual greatsword variant can be found here. Like most spectral enemies, these knights can teleport and break your target lock.
    • Immediately before Church of the Eclipse grace in Castle Sol will be a Banished Knight with a Greatsword + Shield, easily farmable as he can be backstabbed from when you leave the grace. (2824 HP)
  • Several knights can be found in Crumbling Farum Azula, mostly patrolling the Dragon Temple area. Among these, a few will be the dual greatsword variant. They do not have the wind abilities, but they instead possess a flaming breath spell.

 

Elden Ring Banished Knight Combat information

Absorptions

The absorption numbers are the % of your damage that gets blocked. For example, if an absorption is 60, 40% of that damage by that type will go through and 60% is absorbed. Bigger number = less damage. An absorption of 100 means no damage goes through, and a resistance of -100 mean the enemy takes 2x damage from that source. 0 means damage goes pretty much as is.

Resistances

The resistance numbers are the buildup amount to trigger it. For example, if a resistance is 100 you must deal 100 points of whatever aux buildup to trigger it. Note that these go down over time, and increase each time the effect procs.

 

 

Elden Ring Banished Knight Drops

runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 168 - 2193 Runes.

Note that there are multiple variants of Banished Knights and they will only ever drop gear they are wearing on their model, a halberd wielding Banished Knight will never drop a greatsword or shield and vice versa, the unaltered helmet and chest piece can only be gotten from the variants wearing them and there is no variant that wears both at the same time.

 

Item

Drop Rate

Additional Info

Runes 100% runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 168 - 3091
Banished Knight Helm 3.00% N/A
Banished Knight Helm (Altered) 3.00% N/A
Banished Knight Armor 3.00% N/A
Banished Knight Armor (Altered) 3.00% N/A
Banished Knight Gauntlets 3.00% N/A
Banished Knight Greaves 3.00% N/A
Banished Knight's Greatsword 4.00% N/A
Banished Knight's Halberd 4.00% N/A
Banished Knight's Shield 4.00% N/A
Dragon Communion Seal 100% Guaranteed drop from a Banished Knight inFringefolk Hero's Grave.

 

 

Banished Knight Notes & Tips

  • Farming Tips:
    • Banished Knight's Halberd and Banished Knight Set (with altered helm and altered chest armor)
      • The knight downstairs from the Rampart Tower grace in Stormveil Castle can be easily farmed. However, a +8 halberd also drops from Edgar, either by following his questline until his invasion at Revenger's Shack, or by killing him in earlier encounters.
    • Banished Knight's Greatsword, Banished Knight's Shield, and Banished Knight Set (with unaltered helm and altered chest armor)
      • The knight at the Cathedral of Dragon Communion in Caelid is the easiest to farm. After resting at or traveling to the grace, go north to the doorway of the cathedral. The knight should have just started patrolling and can be backstabbed.
      • The knight past the birds at the Rampart Tower grace is also a great early game area to farm the Greatsword, yet a bit harder to farm than in Caelid.
    • Stormveil Castle farming route:
      1. Travel to "Rampart Tower" grace point in Stormveil Castle.
      2. Pop a Silver-Pickled Fowl Foot if you have one.
      3. Head into the rampart tower and downstairs to your first Banished Knight (halberd). Defeat him by sneaking up or parrying or backstab fishing.
      4. Head back up to the hallway by the grace point.
      5. Take the lift directly across the hall from the entrance to the room with the point. Send it back up before you hop off.
      6. Sprint through the room where the Grafted Scion was.
      7. Turn right and kill the three commoners and the sword Exile Soldier.
      8. Head up the stairs and kill the spear Exile Soldier.
      9. Head into the next room and kill the second Banished Knight (halberd). You should be able to sneak approach and backstab pretty easily.
      10. Leave out that room opposite the way you came in. Follow the path directly across the next room, through the breezeway, then veer left and straight ahead through another interior room. Make a right here and outside you'll see a Flame Spear guy in the distance. Approach and kill him.
      11. This should aggro the 3rd Banished Knight (greatsword and shield). I usually shield and sidestep for a Backstab on this one. Or use a heavy spell to stagger.
      12. Fast travel back to "Rampart Tower" and repeat.
    • Banished Knight's Greatsword, Banished Knight Set (with altered helm and unaltered chest armor)
      • The red-eyed spectral Banished Knight on the castle wall of Castle Sol can be baited into teleporting onto a higher platform (the roof of a room), after which the player can jump or roll to the walkway atop the wall that the Banished Knight was standing on just before. Then the Banished Knight will slowly walk towards the player, at which point it will fall to its death, hopefully leaving the extremely rare unaltered Banished Knight Armor on the ground. The player can walk off the edge of the end of the walkway to safely fall to ground level, then make their way back to the loot, which will be in the corner, behind a tombstone.

 

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    • Anonymous

      slow, but "mostly easy" (if you got the stats and/or talismans that allow for it) way to deal with the fantoms in castle sol is pretty easy, powerstance colossal swords, stuns them on every hit, so, assuming your swords are buffed enough, should not be too much a hassle to deal with, long you take them one by one

      • Anonymous

        use storm blade to completely destroy them at any range with any weapon that has a decent bit of strength scaling

        • Anonymous

          If you are struggling against the dual wielding guy then try ironjar Aromatic. Watch as their attacks bounce off of you, ruining their combos and doing greatly reduced damage.

          • Anonymous

            The simple fact that the ones in castle sol can TELEPORT is enough for the entire community to go on strike.

            • Anonymous

              Farmed the unaltered banished knight set finally. Took maybe about 30 min (99 arcane). From the commander niall fight grace I just walk to the stairs by the entrance. I aim my Great Bow at the Halbred banished knight guarded by wolves. ONce you hit him, there's a good chance he'll instant transmission over to you. Two flame of the redmanes and he's poise broken. Give him a stab. Go up to grace and repeat.

              Took me about 70 tries (based on arrows used). I got mostly gauntlets, leggings, helmets, and halbreds. Only one unaltered chest piece. Looks great tho.

              • Anonymous

                Why do I have to spend hours farming their equipment when the altered armor+helm, greatsword, halberd and shield are all in the Roundtable Hold as decorative props, they should have made it a lootable set there, or at least made it so you can buy the armor and weapons from the Twin Maiden Husks imo

                • Anonymous

                  These guys just SUCK. One in castle Sol just oh so conveniently knocks me off the higher ledge AS HE DIED, lost 150K runes from that bull****.

                  • Anonymous

                    4% drop chance on the shield. Killed him 90 times. I have 5-6 of everything else and not a single shield ¬_¬

                    • Anonymous

                      Been farming this guy for almost an hour in the rampart tower and have been getting everything BUT the great sword which is what i want.

                      • Anonymous

                        Colossal Swords (or any Colossal Weapon for that matter) seem to be the best thing for trashing these guys, mainly because every hit can stagger them and they can't randomly poise through a 8ft hunk of steel cleaving into them like they can with most other weapons, so if you're having a really bad time with them, try something like a Zweihander.

                        • Anonymous

                          Ah yes i love getting stunlocked by a super fast wind aoe into an oneshot somersault move that I can't escape because I had the audacity to hit him more than once and because these guys have true comboes up the ass on top of the stupid almost instant wind aoe bullshit because **** you, these guys are just annoying if you are using anything smaller than great weapons.

                          • Anonymous

                            Using the Claymore, i eventually beat the red eyed knight in Castle Sol by charging an R2 attack to hit after it teleported and was able to land 2 more charged R2s(while poising through a hit on the 3rd R2) to get a stagger and then a critcal attack kill.

                            • Anonymous

                              Ok so i'm lvl 125 and have been trying to kill the dual greatsword one if castle sol for 2 hours now. I have died dozens of times and lost 200k souls. This dude starts off by teleporting behind you and agroing, taking stealth out of the equasion, and then procedes to start a 10 hit combo with his dual greatswords at a speed closer to what dual daggers do that, to the best of my knowledge, you can only dodge about 30% of at best and melts my 2k heathbar and 30% absorption like butter. He then does a frostbite whirlwind that, you guessed it, is also undodgable. He can also teleport in an out of range to dodge attacks and apply ridiculous pressure, so the battle is always it its favor. This has got to be the hands down most op regular enemy in the game.

                              • Anonymous

                                I am a firm believer that enemies in souls games should not have true combos, and these bastards are prime examples as to why.

                                • Anonymous

                                  I've noticed people say the banished knight weapons are bad which isn't true they are quality weapons meaning you can't just level dex, or str, you have to level them both equally. At 30 str/dex making them quality weapons make them do about 20-30 more damage.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    As if these guys aren't intimidating enough, they gotta big-d**k everyone by wearing a shiny magnum cod-piece

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Another way to cheese the one guarding the FP talisman at Castle Sol:
                                      Go up to the roof of the building next to him with the rats in it, then jump on the railing that's closest to him (of the rat building, don't jump down to where he is)
                                      On the corner of the railing there's a square, stand on it so that facing him you're on the top left corner (forward left) of the square, almost to the point where you fall off.
                                      Shoot him with something to get him to teleport and immediately make your character face away from him.
                                      If you do this right he will try to teleport behind you and fall to his death
                                      Sounds a bit complicated but it's quite easy once you figure out where to stand

                                      • Anonymous

                                        "Some higher tier banished knights are immune to status effects altogether." Tells people absolutely nothing, I suggest this line be changed to "ghost variants are immune to status effects"

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Unless you're using something like a colossal sword that can easily stunlock them, you have to be patient with these dudes and wait for openings, they punish greed/impatience very hard with their wind aoe attacks.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Kinda satisfying to use storm stomp on these jerks and give them a taste of their own medicine, they aren't the worst enemy imo, but the instant aoe wind bs that always staggers you that they abuse is very annoying, tbf its proly meant to teach you to not be greedy, but it seems rather bs with how it instantly comes out with no warning.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              A tip to anyone having trouble farming them, the Storm Blade ash of war staggers them every hit, so long as they aren’t attacking. Just slap it on a sword, and throw wind at em

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Spent so long farming these dudes for their stuff that i proly know their moveset like the back of my hand at this point.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  If someone has trouble with the dual-sword one, try parrying any of his single-handed attack. Even for people not good at parrying in general, it could be wayyyyy easier than trying to dodge/guard those combos.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Not sure why most of them are so weak to lightning, but it works very well for me since i've been doing a lot of lightning-based faith builds recently. Also because i hate these f*cks

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Yep. Spamming tf outta Lion's Claw on my colossal GS on these mfers. Got no business having attacks that give them instant hyperarmor/aoe and guaranteed combos that stun-lock you to death.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        The part about them not having the wind abilities in Farum Azula is a god damn lie lol that's all they fckin' use there.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          Annoying as all hell when they spam their storm combos that give them instant hyper armor and stun lock you until you die. Running back and forth to the Godskin Duo fight was a nightmare in part becauce of those f.u.c.k.e.r.s

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            Really love how they worked on enemy poise in ER. Collosal swords and weapons will stunlock them while smaller weapons had hard time staggering them. Reminds me how much i hated black knights from ds1 and ds3 they have bloated poise for no reason and don't get stagger even from fugs or Smough's hammer.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              The statement that the unaltered helmeted ones in CFA don't use Storm Assault is false. Can be easily fact checked by just spawning at the Dragon Temple Grace and walking into the halberd wielding knight. It's got a high chance of being his opener when you walk in.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Their tracking is insane. You can do a side quickstep which circles all the way around them and their overhead attack will turn on a dime 180 degrees to still hit you.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  The god d*mn aoe is not only instant, it also staggers you AND inflicts frost build up.

                                                                  High poise, high health, high damage, absolutely INSANE combos which can and WILL stun lock you. Seriously, the dual sword banished knight combos are far beyond ludicrous.

                                                                  Oh, and they can ****ing teleport too.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    The only type of enemy that doesn’t give the slightest flying hoot about being attacked.

                                                                    mUsT sPaM wInD aTtAcK, fuqq these ****s

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      The droprate of 4% for the Banished Knight's Greatsword is not correct. After 200 runs of killing the Banished Knights I received (5 shields, 9 armor, 9 helmets, 8 gauntlets, 6 greaves and just 1 Greatsword...)
                                                                      So the actually droprate for me was 0,5% for the Greatsword. Maybe I had bad luck but consider the other amount of items that droped, I should get 4-6 Swords at least after 200 runs.
                                                                      I think the droprate is only 1% for the Banished Knight's Greatsword.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        the dual wielding ones are so corny the way they swing their swords it's like they watched too much naruto

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          I really like the knights behavior in ER. Crucible knights as well.

                                                                          They have super decisive, confident kind of movement. Great job with them

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            If you're looking for an easy way to kill these guys while farming at low levels or just in general you can use the Storm Stomp ash of war to interrupt them and infinitely stagger them. I farmed them with a halberd and 2 pokes interrupted them and then storm stomp to interrupt there anti stun then I'd just loop those attacks

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              The halberd banished knight has a near one hit kill sequence with his storm stomp into storm assault it’s actually nuts u can’t avoid it as it completely stunlocks

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                The dual GS one in castle Sol is insane. Not only youre forced to fight it on super thin ledge but itll also always ambush you from behind and start with the ridiculously long combo

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  These mobs have atrocious drop rate. Killed it 100 times already and have yet to see a shield. Hell 80 % they didn’t drop ****. Wtf from why are torturing me with with that grinding bs

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    "Banished Knights wearing the unaltered helmet will not use Stormcaller, Storm Stomp or Storm Assault and use a fire breath Dragon Communion spell instead."

                                                                                    Pretty sure this is wrong, the Farum Azula ones definitely use Storm Assault and the fire breath.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Was farming for the shield and got the whole armor set with two chest pieces to spare and three FUQING greatswords before I finally got the shield, praise the RNG gods! -_-

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        The one in CFA after dragon in side building is super w lightning. Lightning slash on only +10 greatsword. Stun locks. Super easy.

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          If you're struggling with the Crumbling Farum Azula knights, try anything with Lightning. Bolt of Gransax's Ancient Dragon Lightning Spear kills them in a single cast, from range. If you have 40 Dex and picked that weapon up in Lyndell Capital, use it.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            For some reason, these guys are consistently bugged for me as a cooperator. I cannot hit them, cannot do damage, cannot kill them. My swings go right thru them. Other enemies are entirely fine.

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              The Golden Order Greatsword weapon art (where you hit L2 twice to get two different attacks) wrecks the ones in Crumbling Farum Azula.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                I gotta say. As someone who invades I was a bit bummed out by the player limit. But now I can see that if some hosts had to fight these kinds of enemies plus two invaders? Sheesh. Even one of these knights in Dragon Temple is enough for a 3 man gank if you play your cards right as an invader. Although let’s be real a coordinated 3 man squad can melt anything. I prefer that tho. Never really cared for coinvaders much in DS3 unless I knew who they were. They were more of a nuisance and/or a reliability. And most of the coinvaders in this game I’ve had to kill because they don’t know their objective.

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  For those struggling with the one in Stormveil Castle (I was an incantation mage and had trouble), he can be cheesed hilariously. After you go back to him post-death, he will be standing there on the left behind some junk. You can stand near the doorway and, using manual aim, shoot a couple of arrows at him or at the junk in front of him until he aggroes. Then immediately run out the door.

                                                                                                  HE'S TOO BIG TO FIT THROUGH THE DOORWAY. He'll just pathetically run at the doorway while you remain 100% safe in the lit hallway and can throw whatever spells you want at him. I could not lock on him though, so spells that work well without lock are best. I used a couple of casts of Flame of Frenzy; Glintstone Arc would work well too I imagine.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    Banished knights don't like big bonks from colossal weapons. After getting wrecked repeatedly using one-hands and shield with a dex build, I tried making a Zweihander. It will pretty much stunlock them if you can get the first hit.

                                                                                                    In Farum Azula Dragon Temple, Sneak to the bossroom door at the foot of the round staircase and summon Recusant Bernahl. He can take out all the Knights in the area pretty easily.

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      Im almost sure that if you use a greatshield, their attacks bounce off and stagger themselves. Even the dual greatsword variant.

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        The Godskin duo was easy beat them on first try. On the other hand those banished knight patrolling is pure cancer. 360 degree hyper armor move that breaks 112 poise. Then has guaranteed combo to kill you to death.

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Double greatsword wielding variant completely balanced and fair ...not. They need to learn how to actually balance enemies instead of showcasing their impossible to dodge 10 hit combo weeb attacks.

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            I genuinely don't know how to fight the dual-swords one in Castle Sol.

                                                                                                            His combo lasts so long that I can't possibly block it all, I'll be guardbroken and die.
                                                                                                            So dodge it, right?
                                                                                                            Except his combo carries him so far forwards as he attacks that no matter which direction I roll in, he'll still be right on top of me, and still be swinging, as soon as my I-frames end.

                                                                                                            I just keep getting stunlocked and killed by him over and over.
                                                                                                            Is this payback for relying on Oleg so much?

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              The double greatsword variant of this guy in Castle Sol is the single most bullshit enemy From has ever made. 10 hit combo that will kill you with only 2-3 hits even at 40 vigor, has a ****ing pointblank frostbite whirlwind that can outright instakill you, teleports constantly, is immune to all status effects, and has a ton of hp. I'd rather fight the giant sharks in Bloodborne over these cheap ass pieces of ****.

                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                I used Lightning Spear incantation and a heavy shield to deal with the dual sword guy at Castle Sol. Both interrupt most of his attacks.

                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                  I see a lot of people complaining about how these guys are strong... wait 'til you see the two big ones at Castle Sol, had to farm them for the greater chest piece and it was worth the pain but oooof they have longer combos than Artorias on steroids

                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                    Is it possible to get the Banished Knight's armor set in Crumbling Azula? I really want to know if it is possible.

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