Blackguard Big Boggart

blackguard npc elden ring wiki guide
Location Boilprawn Shack
Role Blackguard
Voiced by Dean Fagan

Blackguard Big Boggart is an NPC in Elden Ring. Initially encountered as the thief of Rya's Necklace, he is a minor NPC and merchant. 

He is involved in the questlines of Rya and the Dung Eater. Blackguard Big Boggart is available as an NPC Summon against Magma Wyrm Makar by progressing his questline.

 

 Never met someone with a taste for prawns I couldn't trust. 

Blackguard Location in Elden Ring

Blackguard Big Boggart can initially be found in the Liurnia of the Lakes swamps at the Boilprawn Shack, just north of the Scenic Isle grace. [Elden Ring Map Link]

Once befriended, he can be summoned for the Magma Wyrm Makar fight at the Ruin-Strewn Precipice.

Later, he moves to Leyndell in the northern section of the moat near the Capital rampart. [Elden Ring Map Link] (Be cautious about fighting the giant crab in this area as it can breath deathblight on him.)

 

 

Blackguard Big Boggart's Shop

Item Name Item Type runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18Purchase Value Stock
Boiled Prawn Consumable 600

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Boiled Crab Consumable 600

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Rya's Necklace Key Item 1,000 1

Blackguard Big Boggart Questline: Points of Failure

If you go to the Volcano Manor without speaking to Rya at Liurnia of the Lakes, you will lose access to Blackguard Big Boggart and his questline for the rest of that playthrough. This will also render you unable to purchase Boiled Prawn and Boiled Crab

Blackguard Big Boggart Questline: How to complete Blackguard Big Boggart's Quest

  • Boggart is introduced as the thief who stole a necklace from Rya. He is not remorseful, but offers to sell the necklace back. He warns the player that Rya isn't right in the head.
  • The player can choose to buy the necklace back from Boggart for 1,000 runes, or just kill him. You must at least initiate the quest from Rya before reaching Volcano Manor, when she moves there. If you don't, you will be unable to progress Boggart's questline.
  • If they bought the necklace back, the player can buy Boiled Prawns from him, after which he remarks that he's never met someone with a taste for prawns that he couldn't trust. This befriends him and progresses his questline.
  • If the player bought prawns from Boggart, he moves to Leyndell, in the outer moat near the capital rampart. He will be cooking and selling Boiled Crabs.
  • At the Leyndell moat, he warns the player about his time in prison with the Dung Eater, where Boggart saw him do "unspeakable acts" to corpses. Boggart warns the player to stay clear of Dung Eater.
  • If the Dung Eater's questline is at the point where he will be "waiting in the outer moat", and the blackguard is present in Leyndell, exhaust Big Boggart's dialogue here until he says he thinks the Dung Eater is lurking somewhere nearby.
    • Killing Boggart after this dialogue but before reloading will prevent any further dialogue, but a body will still be seated near the crab pot; however, the body will not have a Seedbed Curse.
  • Then reload the area, and interact with the now-wounded blackguard to trigger the invasion.
  • A Seedbed Curse will be found on Big Boggart's body at the end of his questline, along with his drops. If you have been invaded by the Dung Eater in the moat before Boggart moves there, you will be unable to get a Seedbed Curse from his body.
    • Alternatively, you can save Boggart by aggroing him at the Leyndell moat before freeing the Dung Eater in his cell. Once you have defeated the Dung Eater during his invasion and you have fed Dung Eater's corporeal body Seluvis's Potion and/or killed him in his cell (in which you can do both to obtain the Dung Eater Puppet and the Omen Set simultaneously), head to the Church of Vows to absolve your sin and make Boggart friendly again. You will miss out the Seedbed Curse and Boggart's item drops, but Boggart will be alive and he continues to sell prawns to you as usual.

Dialogue in Elden Ring: Blackguard

Introduction

  • What are you lookin' at? You trying to start something, mate?

Visit

  • Oh piss off, what is it now? Oh, I see. You want some of me prawn? Freshly cooked it is. Alright then. It's yours, if you can meet me price. I could be persuaded to sell you some other bits too, if you've got the runes.
  • Marika's tits, you must be 'ungry.
  • Alright, mate. Want some more prawn, do ya?

Visit in Leyndell

  • What are you lookin' at? Oh... you again, is it. Perfect bloody timing, actually. I got crab, cooked up fresh.
  • Alright, mate. Want some more crab, do ya?

Dialogue Choices

  • (Give me the necklace) Oh, that necklace what you're after, is it? Hmm, well... Show me what it's worth to you, and I'll consider parting ways with it. I'm not in love with it or nothing.
  • (Leave, then talk) What the hell is wrong with you. You trying to start something? Piss off. Before I crack you in 'alf.
  • (Deal) You're a shrewd one, chief. First, you hand me the runes. And don't try nothin', neither.
  • (Refuse) Think you're bloody clever, do ya? Then how about you piss off? fore I crack you in 'alf.
  • (Refuse, then talk) This bloody swine... Decided to play ball now, 'ave you? You'll be wanting the necklace, then?

Small Talk

  • (About Rya) Oh, so you met the girl, did ya? Alright, well, sod the particulars of the matter, but it ain't my fault she's stupid enough to get duped, is it. Anyway, she ain't all right, that one. Lucky she ain't died on the bloody roadside, I reckon.
  • You're Tarnished too, ain'tcha? Can you see it then? The guidance of grace, I mean. I can't see it at all no more. Makes no bloody sense anyway, why some no-name shithead like me should get called to the Lands Between. Cruel bloody joke, you ask me. Maybe something went tits up with it. Maybe... it's been broke for a good long time. The Erdtree, I'm sayin'. 

Small Talk in Leyndell

  • You 'eard of the Dung Eater? E's a madman, 'as it out for everyone. Curses 'em. Goes 'round in this rank armour, an' all. You see 'im though, stay well away. I was in the same gaol as him, once, so I know first 'and. E's a god-forsaken monster. Not just some petty thug like me. 
  • (About the Dung Eater) E's a killer. Kills people and curses their souls... Does all sorts of **** to their corpses, to keep 'em cursed, forever. I ain't seen nothin' more disgustin' in all my years. I ain't never been more scared, neither. Rooted to the bloody spot... While 'e did all that, to my friend...
  • (About the Dung Eater, after releasing him) Never thought I would. What 'e does to those bodies. It was... It was 'im, no question. That monster. He's lurkin' round 'ere.

Wounded

  • Heh... serves me right. Fitting bloody end, for a jumped up little **** with big ideas...
  • Help me out, would ya, mate... I don't wanna get cursed. Just let me die... I don't wanna live like this... not anymore... So, please...

Combat

  • (Warning) What's your blinkin' problem! You don't mess with Big Boggart, mate.
  • (Combat) That ***** put you up to this, eh. Damn it! I'll rip you to shreds!
  • (On player kill) You feel that, eh? That's the fists of Big Boggart.
  • (On death) Goddamn it. Why ain't it me, why ain't it ever...

Other

  • (After buying prawns) Never met someone with a taste for prawns I couldn't trust. We'd make good mates, I reckon. I'll be seeing ya.
  • (After buying Rya's Necklace) Hmm... Alright. Take it. Thing's no damn use to anyone, anyway. Your bloody idea, mate. Don't come crying to me later.

Blackguard Big Boggart Notes & Trivia

  • Although he is primarily referred to as just 'Blackguard', he refers to his own name while in combat when saying, "You don't mess with Big Boggart, mate".  Additionally, his mask states "Worn by the blackguard Big Boggart". His weapon is also described as "Big Boggart the blackguard's weapon of choice". In the credits, he is listed as 'Thug'.
  • After buying prawn from him, he gives the 'Spread Out' gesture.
  • During combat, he uses his Iron Ball fist weapons, the Braggart's Roar skill, and consumes Boiled Prawns.

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    • Anonymous

      There's a much easier way to make sure he lives. Just don't buy any prawn from him until after you've given the Dung Eater Seluvis's potion and made him into your puppet. He won't move to Leyndell outskirts until you've bought at least one prawn from him.

      • Anonymous

        Boggart likely used to be a colosseum duelist, or is a descendant of one.

        The first clue to this are the Iron Ball Fists he wields in battle, which are similar to the Star Fists found near the Leyndell Colosseum. The latter's item description states that they were "used in brutal games of pugilism." Given their location, I think it's fair to say this refers to ceremonial duels held during Godfrey's reign.

        Furthermore, some of the duelists drop Battle Hammers, the only weapons whose default skill is "Braggart's Roar." Likewise, the Ash of War of this skill can exclusively be acquired by unequipping it from Boggart's Iron Ball Fists, which have it slotted by default.

        And lastly, although this will sound like I'm racial profiling him, the (non-rotten) duelist enemies have dark skin like Boggart, which sadly is such a rare occurence in Elden Ring that you can say it's a deliberate visual connection.

        It's pretty frighening that Dung Eater was able to easily subdue an experienced warrior like Boggart. Even if you don't think he fought in Erdtree ceromonial combat, he still did hunt crabs and prawns with only his fists.

        Anyway, Dung is a puppet now, so no one else will suffer Boggart's fate.

        • Anonymous

          The boiled prawns tell a story.
          The great Onion Ring was shattered.
          In our home across the bog, the Lands Between.
          Now Head Chef Marika is nowhere to be found
          and in the Night of the Black Kitchen Knives,
          Godwyn the Golden-Brown was first to get cooked
          Soon Marika's kitchen staff, demigods all,
          claimed the shards of the Onion Ring.
          The mad taint of their newfound flavoring triggered the Shattering.
          A cookoff from which no chef rose.
          A cookoff leading to the abandonment by the Greater Will.
          Oooh, feast now, ye Famished! Ye fed, who yet eat!
          The call of long lost Clam Bake speaks to us ALL!
          Hoarah Loux, Chieftain of the Pancakes!
          The ever-broiling Gold Mask!
          Fia, the Breadbed companion!
          The Loathsome Bun Eater!
          And sir Gideon Ofnir, the all Kneading!
          And one other. Whom food would again bless.
          A Famished of no cooking renown,
          crossing the bog, to the Lands Between
          To stand before the Onion Ring
          And become the Elden Head Chef.

          • Anonymous

            Attention all Boggart's enjoyers, as of patch 1.08 you can now SAVE Boggart and continue Dungeater's questline...

            When you can buy the pendant from him, buy it BUT don't speak to him again, go to Rya and give her the necklace, now you are FREE to explore as you please, reach Leyndell, start the Dungeater quest, kill his invading spirit (he will invade you there but Boggart will not move from Liurnia) Kill the invading dungeater and go back to Boggart and buy prawn from him, you will now get to have additional dialogue (the usual one he does when you first meet him, unlock the gesture you usually get and he will move to Leyndell, he is now saved from the Dungeater, tested it 2 times with two characters)

            Although if you aren't a Boggart Enjoyer, having his bell bearing next to the roundtable is better to save time

            • Anonymous

              So glad that I’m locked out of this NPC because I had the temerity to explore into Volcano Manor early into the game. Very bad game design, at least give me access to his bearing somehow!

              • Anonymous

                I'm sorry, Boggart. I value our friendship, but I value the convenience of eventually buying crab from the twin maidens more.

                • I can confirm that the aggro method can still be used to progress Dung Eater's quest and still save Boggart! He had already relocated to Leyndell and I went through all his dialogue before releasing Dung Eater. I avoided talking to Boggart again so that I wouldn't trigger the dialogue about Dung Eater lurking nearby, and instead I threw a few throwing daggers at him to make him hostile and then I ran away (be careful that he doesn't end up getting attacked by the giant crab). I rested at a nearby grace, passed time until night, then returned to the area and got invaded by Dung Eater and defeated him (keep your distance from Boggart so he doesn't come to attack you during the fight).
                  I ended up feeding the potion to Dung Eater and then killed him to get both his armor and his ashes, then went to the Church of Vows for absolution from aggro'ing Boggart. I returned to find him still happily cooking up crabs, and not horrifically defiled. Praise the friendship!

                  • Anonymous

                    i dont care what anyone else says, this man is the marriage material of the game. get youself a man who can cook

                    • Anonymous

                      A dragonfly killed him while we were talking and I couldn't get his seedbed curse, serves me right I guess

                      • Anonymous

                        still wondering what i did to get Boggart NOT killed after him relocating to Lyndell(i think the game was version1.05 at the time).
                        without knowing of his role in Dung Eater's quest, i had met him, bought crab, exhausted dialouge, went on my way. much later on did all of Dungy's quest, "meet me at the moat", go to moat, there is a body, kill Dung Eater invader, reload area with Grace, Boggart is there.

                        i never aggroed him, i never used celestial dew, i just never talked to him again after meeting him in Lyndell.
                        so was it just from never seeing his line about Dungy "lurkin' round" ?

                        • Anonymous

                          Damn, so the whole point of his quest is to get a seedbed curse? I killed the dung eater in the sewers hoping his quest would go somewhere else.

                          • Anonymous

                            Blackguard is a mistranslation of blaggard, which is someome who's unprincipled and foul mouthed, especially towards women. Fitting for his character more than "blackguard" which doesn't relate to anything he does.

                            • Anonymous

                              Ate dung eater
                              Ate the crucible not racist just don't like em
                              Luv me prawns
                              Luv me crabs
                              Luv me friend
                              Simple as

                              • Anonymous

                                It felt good when I defeated Dung Eater by having the giant crab kill him with blite. Like he deserved that. It was a sense of revenge!

                                • Anonymous

                                  WHY do he is angry at us if we go to volcano manor without speaking to Rya in liurna of the lakes ?? I'm in NG+4 so i speedrun the first part and use the virgin abductor under the academy to teleport to volcano manor, WHY TF HE DOESNT WANT TO SELL ME HIS STUFF??
                                  Quest make no sense, he doesn't know me why wouldn't he sell me crab?? They really think that people will go through the chore of joining the volcano manor the regular way after 200 hours of play time?? No, people want to get there fast, if i want to be stressed out because i have to think of ten convulted quests at the same time i would play tarkov instead
                                  Maybe the money yo uguys paid R.R Martins for just doing nothing could have been spent on a team testing quests to see if they aren't too bullshit annoying

                                  • Anonymous

                                    I tested this out. So the wiki here says to save Boggart, you either need to a) never talk to him until you've dealt with Dung Eater, or b) aggro him before releasing Dung Eater from his cell.

                                    But I managed to save Boggart despite him having relocated to Leyndell and releasing the Dung Eater after that. What I did was to make sure not to talk to Boggart after DE's release (so as not to trigger the third dialogue), but instead aggro Boggart, run away and then reload the area. When you return, Boggart is still aggroed, and DE invasion will also happen. Just make sure to kill DE, run away, then celestial dew for absolution, and you've saved DE.

                                    This is mostly for those who already progressed the quest to this point but still want to save Boggart. Just make sure not to talk to Boggart after having released DE and continue on with the aggro technique.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      His parry windows are so quick that you need to begin the parry before he swings. This is pretty unacceptable design, honestly, so if you plan to fight him, wait until you're level 50 and can literally 1 shot him or you don't really stand a chance.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I want to point out that you can save him by not buying prawns from him until you have freed dung eater and killed dung eater at his invasion spot, then buying a prawn off him at his first location, upon which he moves to his second location and sells you crabs. he'll tell you about dung eater there but he won't tell you that he thinks he's lurking nearby.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Blackguard was killed before invasion. I simply reloaded, went there and hit the body of blackguard. Invasion commences.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            After being locked up with the Dung Eater for god knows how long, forced to sit there and watch in horror as he did whatever unspeakably horrible **** he does to his victims to his friend, him being so defensive and a little antagonistic really makes a lot of sense, i think anyone would be very defensive and rough edged towards most people after having to be stuck with a disgusting monster like the Dung Eater for god knows how long.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              The reference to a giant crab that can proc deathblight is mentioned in dung eaters wiki page as well, something about it killing you before you get the sword. Is it there permanently or does it only spawn for dung eater's invasion? I'm asking because I've never seen it when I go to buy crab.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                >Mom can you give me money for smithing stones

                                                >To buy smithing stones?

                                                >Yeeees.

                                                >Actually buys 999 boiled crab like a boss

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  I killed the Virgin Abductors at level 40, went through most of the Capital and then came back and Rya was there, so was he. Entering the Manor area with the Virgin Abductors is safe.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    I summoned him for the wyrm fight having bought the necklace from him, but no prawns (meaning we weren't friends yet), and his summon sign was labelled "Thug". Does it say his name if you're friend with him?

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Glad that i wasted PooPoo Eater in the sewers after learning what happens if you don't, prawn bro is based and does not deserve such a cruel fate.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        There is a way to save Boggart! Don't buy any prawns at his shop at Liurnia until you kill Dungeater first time you'll meet him in sewers (for Dungs armor set), or making him your puppet (after killing Dungs SUMMON in Capital Rampart you'll get his sword). If you intend to finish Dungs questline you'll need 5 seedbed curses and Bogg is one of them.. Also, if you choosed Dungs ending you are horrible person

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          Where's my secret ending where I use my status as Elden Lord to hook Boggart up with a job in Leyndell as a cook

                                                          Like damn bro you let a random guy like Jerren get a happy ending but not him?

                                                          (No hate on jerren btw, it's just simply factual that boggart is cooler)

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            Here’s what I did to save him in NG+
                                                            >Meet Rya, do her quest (buy necklace from Boggart and give it to her)
                                                            >Talk to Boggart after, exhaust dialogue
                                                            >DO NOT buy boiled prawns from him
                                                            >Start Ranni’s quest, meet Preceptor Seluvis and talk to him, receive Seluvis’s Potion
                                                            >Do Dung-Eater questline up to the point where you need to give him 2nd seedbed curse
                                                            >At some point, you’ll have an option to give him 2nd seedbed curse, which you must have in your inventory for further interaction (Dung-Eater will be at Subterranean Shunning-Grounds this time, tied to a chair)
                                                            > When interacted, you’ll be give a choice, give another seedbed curse or use Seluvis’s potion on him. Use the potion to acquire Dung-Eater puppet later.
                                                            > Since Dung Peter is dead, he’ll no longer be a threat to Big Boy Boggart
                                                            > Now you can return to Boggart and buy prawns from him, later he’ll relocate to his second spot near Leyndell.

                                                            That’s it, he’s safe, chilling near shallow waters in Leyndell.

                                                            Oh btw, you can just kill Dung Eater in sewers, if you don’t want or already have his puppet.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              I wasn't gonna trick seluvis, by giving the potion to the dung eater since mimic tear is better, I was just gonna leave him or maybe kill him for the sword and armour. But then he killed the best NPC in the whole game. After paying my respects, I knew he had to be a puppet. Ever to live in anguish for what he had done.

                                                              RIP Big Boggart. May he be remembered for ages to come.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                It would've been cool if him and Dung Eater had an NPC fight when Dung Eater invades. Sort of like Pate vs. Creighton in Dark Souls II.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Uhhh, boggart? Where did you get these crabs? The only ones nearby have deathblight...

                                                                  Eh. I'll die for a good meal.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    I didn't see the summon sign when fighting Makar, not that I needed it. Just kinda weird that it didn't appear

                                                                    • Petition to add 'Marika's tits' to the list of options in the player messages you can write. Thank you for coming to my TedTalk. One like = One incantation.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        When he is in injured state, make sure to kill the mosquitoes in the lake nearby - they will OHKO him if they’re aggroed by you!

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          When he is in injured state, make sure to kill the mosquitoes in the lake nearby - they will OHKO him if they’re aggroed by you!

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            I saw that shiteater in jail and hurled my lance at him, after I heard from my good friend Boggard's when he warned me about that deplorable **** stain of a piece of work. Best decision ever.

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              Dung Eater will pay for his treachery.
                                                                              I will make him a puppet and watch him die to swarms of enemies over and over again.
                                                                              Bogart will be avenged

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                I personally got rid of Dung Eater early on NG+. Now I can sleep better knowing my crab boy is still alive and well.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  After the first play-through, I was determined to "saving brother Boggart" in NG+. I intentionally avoided talking to Rya and interacting with Boggart until I turned Dung Eater into a puppet. It worked. At the outer-moat, where Boggart would have been captured and defiled, was just a generic corpse. After that, I went back to Liurnia and started Rya's questline with Boggart happy as ever.

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    he's kinda fine tho. I gotta mod his helmet off one day so I can see his face when I'm eating his steamy hot buttery shrimp

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      I love how after you buy the necklace and talk to him, he drops his guard to brag about his prawn cooking. Love this guy.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        Finished the entire game and never once found this guy haha, Liurnia Lakes is easy to miss a lot. Anyways, went back and found him and he wouldn't talk or sell me stuff. I assume because Rya is dead now. So I killed him and you can't buy the necklace or any prawns/crab off his bell bearing, ****

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          if you buy a lot of crab or prawn from him and then talk to him again he says "Marika's tits, you must be 'ungry."

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            I really wish i wasent so unbelievably braindead and a waste of sperm. I killed him for that snake girl thinking that this was just apart of her ****ing quest. Nope, instead i miss out on one of the best ****ing npcs in this game.

                                                                                            • missed him in my entire first run... when i found him at Boilprawn Shack he only says

                                                                                              "What the hell is wrong with you? You trying to start something? Piss off. Before I crack you in 'alf."

                                                                                              My only option is then to Leave. But I killed him for his drops. I'll come back next game cycle to re-try his questline.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                Killed him by accident so I rerolled at something like level 109 just to have him alive in my game. The mountain dew or whatever didn't revive him. I am sure I am not the only one.

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  If I ever arrive in heaven, I would immediately order a full plate of Boggart's cooking with a mug of Seigbrau on the side

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    Had a rough childhood hence his surly attitude, but pretty amazing guy once you get past his emotional defenses.

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      so I bought the necklace freom him and a prawn, he went to Lleyndell (his marker was visible on map) but now it is gone and I can;t find him; I have also released DE from gaol and told him to piss off outta there (ungrateful bastard blindsided me while fighting giant hands and killed me, ugh). Dung Eater icon still showing in jail, wth, but really concerned whether there's anything I can do to find Boggart and what happened. halp plz

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        He says he will sell you prawn, and "some other bits too, if you've got the runes" despite him only selling prawn

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