D, Beholder of Death

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Location Nokron, Eternal City
Role Quest NPC and Summon
Voiced by  ???

D, Beholder of Death (real name: Devin) is an NPC in Elden Ring. He can be found in Nokron, Eternal City, east of the Great Waterfall Basin grace. To interact with D, Beholder of Death, you need the Twinned Armor. If given the armor, he will be available as a summon against the Valiant Gargoyle pair. He is the twin brother of Darian, also known as D, Hunter of the Dead.

 

 Ah, aah... D-da...ri... Ngh...nnngh...

 

D, Beholder of Death Location and Questline in Elden Ring:

D, Beholder of Death can be found at Nokron, Eternal City, east of the Great Waterfall Basin grace, against the railing of the balcony just outside the Valiant Gargoyle boss arena in the Siofra Aqueduct. [Map Link]

Attempting to interact with him awards the player with the Inner Order gesture.

If given the unaltered Twinned Set, he can be summoned to assist with the Valiant Gargoyle and Valiant Gargoyle (Twinblade) in the Siofra Aqueduct, next to where he can initially be found.  Reloading the map or observing his summon sign will make him disappear from his initial location.
He can next be found at Fia's location in the Deeproot Depths, if the player has received the Mending Rune of the Death-Prince from her and given him the Twinned Set. After reloading the area he will be found gloating over her corpse, finding her dead. [Map Link]

After interacting with him next to Fia, exhausting his dialogue, and reloading the area again, he will have vanished, leaving the Twinned Set and the Inseparable Sword behind.

If the player has acquired the Twinned Set from Darian, Hunter of the Dead by killing him at his first location and given Devin the Twinned set, he will instead turn hostile upon reloading the area and attack the player. He will drop the Twinned Set and Inseparable Sword if defeated.

Dialogue in Elden Ring: D, Beholder of Death

When spoken to before questline progression

  • <sleeping>

After giving Twinned Armor

  • "Ah, aah...
    D-da...ri...
    Ngh...nnngh..."

After giving Twinned Armor and reloading the area, if D was killed by the player at Limgrave

  • (Combat) "You will know vengeance for Darian.
    The wrath of D..."

Finding him at Fia's body

  • "Ha! Prince of Death, take a good long look!
    See the wrath of the Golden Order! The Order's justice, writ in blood!
    This is what's become of your precious witch! Naught but expired meat and bone!
    Look at this rotten *****. No more children can be got from this useless flesh!
    Behold, your mother is dead!
    Heh heh heh heh...This is revenge, you witch! And you, you ghoul! This is the wrath of D!"

Talking to him afterwards

  • "Ah. Hello.
    The rotten witch is dead. The Golden Order, unsullied.
    Now I can look my brother Darian in the eye.
    Honeyed rays of gold, deliver my spirit."
  • "Darian, now I have no regrets.
    Honeyed rays of gold, deliver my spirit."

When attacked

  • (Warning)
    "Oof!"
    "What's the meaning of this? Has she bewitched you?"
  • (Combat)
    "Very well. Then you are a blight. A defiler of the Golden Order, and murderer of my brother. 
    Die! Die! Die!"
    "I'll grind your corpse into that vile wench's rotting remains. A witch's eternal embrace, just as you wished!"
  • (On player kill)
    "You defiled cretin. My brother is now avenged!"

When killed

  • "How could this...
    Forgive me, Darian... D-Darian..."

 

Elden Ring D's Twin Brother Notes & Trivia

  • A golden barrier is protecting him at his first location if rolling, jumping or attacking (near) him.
  • He is first mentioned (unless the player kills his brother in Limgrave) in Rogier's Letter.
  • His name is Devin; D mentions his name when apologizing whilst dying if the player kills him at Limgrave.
  • If provoked after giving him the armor, D's Brother wields the Inseparable Sword and a sacred seal, which he uses to cast Discus of Light.
  • Killing him for his gear is unnecessary: exhausting his dialogue after he kills Fia and reloading the area by resting at the nearby grace will result in him vanishing, with his gear left behind at the spot he was standing.

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      wait, fia is already dead at the end of her questline. so did this guy just stab her corpse and pretend he killed her? lol

      • Anonymous

        not a fia simp but i always kill him at the end of the quest. that's what i did with alfred's quest, which this one is very reminiscent. both clearly lost it and are too far gone, it just makes sense to put them down. it also just feels a little anticlimactic to have him disappear and leave his stuff behind. what they should've done is have him turn on you after his dialogue since you were helping her in the first place

        • Anonymous

          Prince of death destroyed the guy. Fia killed his other half/twin brother. Both sides were extremist. He was probably driven mad in his little slumber, didn't sound fun.. Dang straight he wanted to kill her and stop Godwyn from coming back, you killed my brother. Then he was okay with joining him.. no right side here though. Everyone dying was justified.. Living in death destroyed rogie Fia served a monster of a master. She's no better and also an extremists. Great little storyline

          • Anonymous

            Bro, not people siding with this literal theocratic fundamentalist fascist over a woman who wanted her people liberated. Folks talking about Fia killing Rogier forget that he himself identifies the fact that living within death isn't a sin but a glitch in the system caused by Ranni slaying Godwyn's soul. He even comes back to defend Fia when we reach deeproot depths because he is devoted to seeing the Mending Rune of Death installed in the Elden Ring from before he even dies evidenced by his own musings on the cursemark. D got what was coming to him for being a fantasy nazi and y'all who're siding with his psycho brother in here need therapy. No wonder people **** on our community for being toxic and stupid.

            • Anonymous

              Thank you for bringing that witch to justice she didn't just enthrall the dead but she has enthralled the living you will be called a fanatic the masses may hate you but you did the right thing I will look to you and your brother's teachings and teach them to others

              • Anonymous

                A lot of people here don’t understand that fia murdered D for no reason other than getting the half of the curse mark he was guarding, he had no clue she was affiliated with death until she taunted him with his brothers dagger; Because the tarnished are not undead, and neither is fia, she’s a freak that’s condoning and forcing living in death upon others. Look at rogier for example, he gazes upon a fragment of Godwyn once and loses the ability to walk, and then the ability to even think for himself when he is forced to fight in defense of fia; You really think he just suddenly gained the ability to walk and decided to betray us, a person he considered a friend, without so much as a word? Additionally, D knows rogier is afflicted with death blight, but he only offers pity and his own form of remorse, because the hunters of death don’t hunt tarnished, they hunt those affected by death root; meaning UNTHINKING CREATURES, such as tibia mariners and cemetery shades; which is the fate fia is attempting to force upon the world. And notice that no one BUT fia actually wants this; the undead can’t think, godwyn is a soulless husk of his former self, yeah, the golden order isnt full of saints either, but before the shattering it was a certainly better thing, and with gold mask’s help the order could be greater than it ever was. This is all not even mention that what devin does has nothing to even do with the order; It’s simple revenge on the woman that murdered his brother, aside from the fact that he faced godwyn, we know literally nothing about him, he could’ve been a saintly hero or a demonic hunter, but that has nothing to do with his actions now. But no; “Muh evil order!2!1!1!1!”

                • Anonymous

                  If you give him the armor after completing Fia's questline but before fighting the gargoyles (by using the alternate entrance to Deeproot), his summon sign never appears. He just skips straight to his final location in Deeproot.

                  • Anonymous

                    I came to peace with Fias philosophy, then this guy shows up and gloats over her corpse like wheel guy from bloodborne
                    I killed him right after that. don't forget to downvote me.

                    • Anonymous

                      Guys, I'm on my first playthrough and don't see the big picture yet. Can anyone please explain what is going on in this comment section? The amount of dislikes is terrific.

                      • Anonymous

                        It is worth noting that it is just a video game. I mean there is nothing wrong with playing and enjoying it but I feel like some of you are having trouble separating the game from reality.

                        • Anonymous

                          I like to kill him with the Eclipse Shotel, then do the goldmask ending anyways (I only did Fia's questline to fight the cool dragon)

                          • Anonymous

                            I call D and D giga-twins.
                            This one helps you with the shitty gargoyle duo.
                            D helps you with the black knife assasin in the catacombs.
                            Both of them are based as well.
                            10/10 NPC

                            • Anonymous

                              What is this comment section? I've seen many comments here saying things like "D is murder. I wish I could kill him the Moment I saw him and torture him in the most painful way possible!" And other saying things like "Fia is Murderer and an undead apologist who is an objectively bad person. Everyone who defends her is a simp!" I think we should all take a step back to remember that we are speaking about a VIDEO GAME. It is a fictional story with fictional characters who interact with each other in order to progress an optional questline. It's as if everyone in this comment section has engrossed themselves into a fictional world too much and get so attached to either the D brothers or Fia. The result is that everyone in the comments is warring over whether Fia or D are morally correct in their actions and yelling at each other because whenever an NPC they like gets attacked they feel personally offended and obligated to argue back.

                              I'm not saying it's wrong to discuss lore or even the morality of these characters' actions. What I am saying is that if we are to discuss these things we need to remember we are talking about fiction here and speak about them like rational and mature, sane human-beings. So please, for the sake of your own health, Ya'll should go touch some grass.

                              • Anonymous

                                I don't know why anyone would choose to simp for Fia after killing D. Her useless baldichins are nothing to the help he gives. The golden order are right in not wanting a bunch of skeletons walking around the world. If you want the best future, you should kill Fia yourself instead of helping her.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Most based character in elden ring, I really wish his quest was longer. D is too cool to have such a short quest line.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Challenge: write something positive about Devin without getting downvoted to oblivion (difficulty: impossible)

                                    • Anonymous

                                      I killed Fia at the prince of deaths throne after she murdered D, I gave D's brother the armor set after that and when I reloaded the area, he had disappeared, where did he go? I can't find him at Fia's location

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I feel like D brothers questline should've been a bit longer, because I still don't understand how tf Devin gotten into a Nokron of all places, a city that is closed off to everyone. even PC can get there after a frickin meteorite falls somewhere close to it. so was Devin a part of expedition ? then why he doesn't look like those skinny white dudes ? was he trapped there ? is this why he needs his brother armor ? so he can remember who is he because he was trapped there for so long ? and how tf he has a sword identical to his twin brother ?

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Damn I wish their was an option to say sorry but your brother had cool looking armor so I needed to kill him.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Look, everyone in this storyline dies no matter what you or any of them does. This is not like Nephali Loux where you can actually reach the end of the game and have her still alive.

                                            Sure, you can make an abstract judgement of whom to blame and whom to help, but in practical terms you don't really get a vote.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Even though he didn't actually kill her, him stabbing her would certainly prevent her "living within death", a reasonable concern for someone who just birthed a rune from the source of all deathblight. That, or maybe he was just in a silly goofy mood

                                              • Anonymous

                                                This page should be just renamed Salt Central at this point, the amount of salt here would overflow the entire ocean at this point.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  Literally everything in game suggest that "Those who live in death" are sad, evil beings reanimated by Godwyn's curse. Essentially just corpses that don't have free will or intelligence and only exist to fight. The D Brothers are literally doing the dead service by destroying those corpses to let those who the corpses belonged to rest. While Fia has deluded herself that those eternally suffering beings created by an eldricht horror of a mutilated corpse are somehow an oppressed race and not the victims of Destined Death going haywire and wants to curse all the living beings to wander the world the same way and yet people in comments are arguing that D's are the bad ones??

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    a member of the Golden KKK boasts that he pierced a dead body, "killed" a corpse, something is clearly wrong with the head of those who called it murder.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      This comment section is utterly depressing. People bragging about how they killed a character in a video game because he stabs her (I never said she was alive when he stabbed her). She is a fictional character who killed another character’s brother, try to look at it from this guys side. Almost everyone in this comment section (including me) needs to get some serious help.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        I don't really blame this guy, like how would you feel if you found out some weird lady who sleeps with corpses recently murdered your twin brother who is literally half of your very being? doubt any sane person would still be willing to simp for her.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          You can finish Fia's questline entirely, including killing her champions & the lichdragon, and only then give D's brother the armor. He will NOT be available as an NPC for the gargoyle fight (I found this out on NG+2), but he will still appear over Fia's corpse in Deeproot Depths gloating over her body, just as if you did his part of the quest first before meeting Fia there. Either way, listen to him rant a bit, reload at the nearby grace, and you'll get the armor + sword. Considering he's only really good as an NPC summon for the gargoyles during a first run-through - as by NG+ you almost certainly have a maxed out mimic tear or Tiche - he's not really worth bothering with. Especially as he will instantly end Fia's questline if you talk to him first. So depending on what you want to do first - Fia's Quest + likely getting that ending, or another ending - you might just want to skip him entirely until you're almost completely done.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            He doesn't kill fia. She died producing the mending rune. This guy stabs a body and does mental gymnastics so that he thinks he avenged his fantatic brother.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              You would think he would be a calm character like Darian. But when he kills Fia and starts his little rant I was like, uh does D,s brother always talk like a sociopath.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                since when is mocking an already dead body considered murder? it seems that someone filled out this article very biased.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  D is, imo at least, a cool, morally dubious, but probably justifiably vengeful character who is in direct opposition to a woman who is also a cool, morally dubious, but probably justifiably vengeful character. The way they're presented, that irony makes itself feel very apparent, and goes to show how basically nothing is going to get done without an outsider's perspective taking the reins.

                                                                  This particular comments section doesn't seem to see the moral nuance here. It's always either "s/he's a good guy" or "s/he's a bad guy". How can we say that for certain without knowing the full story anyways, one way or another? What the circumstances were when everything that transpired, transpired?

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    So, I gave him the armor set and proceeded to fight and kill the Gargoyles without ever seeing his sign, dying, or sitting at a grace or in the coffin after the fight and he also disappeared, which isn't mentioned as something that would happen, unless of course the very act of going into the boss arena unloads the rest of the level, which I've not seen any evidence of while playing, but I suppose could be possible, so just figured I' say something in order to help make the page a bit more accurate in the event someone with an account to edit the page with happens to read this.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Does anyone know what will happen if you kill this guy in Nokron after giving him the armor set. I want to save Fia but I also want his sword. Is there a way to do both?

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        what kind of nonsense is written about murder, if Fia dies from the process of creating a rune, and not from this twin/mimic?

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          They could have buffed this guy. It would have been cool if he put up any real fight. There are plenty of NPCs that can be fought that hit way harder and have a much more challenging pool of health. My build isn't even good on the file I destroyed him on. It only took 2 hits. I ended up having to run in circles to hear his whole dialogue. I recognize that the real end of the quest boss has already been defeated at this point, but if the assumption is that the player has become the champion of Fia who will carry out the rest of her hopes for the world, it would feel good if ending Devin was at all difficult. I do like the fact that you don't have to choose to kill him, but you can.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            When I saw that this brainless religious lunatic dared to lay his hands on my waifu fia, I teleported behind him and immediately sliced his very soul into pieces with my powerstanced rivers of blood and moonveil. While you were worshipping your sky-daddy, I was studying the blade, and it seems like your “god” wasn’t there to save you when my blood slices claimed your soul…

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              It's hilarious that he doesn't kill Fia until after you've already got the mending rune and she was essentially dead. He thinks he's an arbiter of justice but he's just desecrating a corpse while he treats the one person who could actually stand to oppose everything he stands for now like a total bro.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                Pretty sure he also says some other lines when he boasts off after killing Fia, something along the lines of "Mangled and twisted". Did they actually toned down the graphic dialogue with a patch or something?

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  So everyone hates this guy because he kills Fia, the undead succubus lady? Idk, sounds pretty maidenless to me.

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    Is it just me or his dialogues are similar to Alfred from Bloodborne (?) or perhaps this is intentional reference?

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      I gave him the armor but there is no summon sign for him. Up the stairs before entering the boss door unless I'm missing something. He is still at his original place downstairs and I've exhausted his dialogue.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        yeah he saves the world from an objectively bad end.

                                                                                        but.. he killed my girlfriend and my girlfriend's son so... LE BAD!

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          He seems to be immune to deathblight I tried to kill him with it for 10minutes straight while he's trying to kill me and no effect

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            D, "edgelord" and Rogier questlineS literally feel incomplete in this game , Specially D and "edgelord", super cool armor design and the quest is just. Give him a dagger, he dies, give his armor to his brother, his brother kills Fia. WOW amazing quest design.
                                                                                            What happened with teh clergyman?
                                                                                            What happened with the relation with Rogier?
                                                                                            What happened with the dagger?

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              The moment I noticed this **** killed Fia, I immediately killed him. But I regret using the moonlight greatsword to kill him. I should have used a more painful method.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                Why does it say his brother is derick, when his dialogue says his brother is named Darian, and that he avenged his brother Darian, D is Darian and D’s brother is Devin

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  Immediately blasted him after Fia. Not in response to her death/defilement. That was whatever. She killed his brother. I get it. I offed him because I wanted fewer fanatical Golden Order nutjobs hanging around. "Now he can look his brother Darian in the eye" in the afterlife.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    There is no way there wasn't supposed to be more to this guy at one point, definitely victim of time constraints, I mean, Rogier just randomly mentions him in a letter out of nowhere, then he shows up in Nokron of all places, then shows up to stab a corpse. Like bruh. You can't tell me this was supposed to be his whole deal.

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      Yeah sure he's a coward for attacking a sleeping/dead woman but that **** had a part in Rogier's death so good riddance.

                                                                                                      • Ha apeared to me before killing the dragon, even before Fia was at Deeproot Depths and was already saying "Ah, aah...
                                                                                                        D-da...ri...
                                                                                                        Ngh...nnngh..."
                                                                                                        Now i killed the dragon, got the rune, got Fia set and cant give the armor to him....

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