Dung Eater

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Roundtable Hold

Subterannean Shunning-Grounds

Role Quest NPC, Invader, and Summon
Voiced by  Jim Johnson

Dung Eater is an NPC in Elden Ring. Dung Eater is a fellow Tarnished who occupies a corpse ridden room in the Roundtable Hold.

The spirit of Dung Eater can be summoned for aid in battle by using Dung Eater Puppet Ashes. The Dung Eater is also available as an NPC Summon when facing Mohg, the Omen and Morgott, the Omen King. Progress in his questline and release him to be able to unlock his summon sign. He may also be encountered as an NPC Invader.


I am the Dung Eater! A scourge upon the living!



Dung Eater can be found at Roundtable Hold.

If you approach him with any Seedbed Curse in your inventory, he will give you the Sewer-Gaol Key and ask you to find his real body beneath Leyndell.

Dung Eater's real body can be found in the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds. From the Underground Roadside Site of Grace, head out the door, turn left, slip past the Omens and fall into the gap in the sewer grate. Head straight to the end of the tunnel, fight past three Giant Miranda Sprouts, climb up the ladder and open the locked door on the opposite wall. You will need the Sewer-Gaol Key to open this door. [Map Link]

If killed in the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds, he will drop the following:

 He can also be found around the lake at the northeast of Leyndell Royal Capital an as an NPC Invader after releasing Dung Eater's corporeal body from his cell in the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds and then reading his message at the Roundtable Hold. [Map Link]


Dung Eater Questline: How to complete Dung Eater's Quest

  • [!] Please note; During the questline of Ranni the Witch, Giving Ranni the Fingerslayer Blade will cause Preceptor Seluvis to become a lifeless puppet, which effectively locks you out of further interaction in his questline (And possibly prevents you from giving Seluvis's Potion to Dung Eater).
  • Can be first met at the roundtable hold. He is in the locked room past the twin maidens. You can only get to this room after you have gained access to the Altus Plateau.
  • After showing the Dung Eater at least one Seedbed Curse, he will give you the Sewer-Gaol Key, which can be used to open his cell in the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds, beneath Leyndell, Royal Capital.
  • The Dung Eater can be found in his cell in the sewers and released from his prison by talking to him and telling him he's free to go.
    • Spawn at the Underground Roadside grace
      • Leave this room and take a left
      • Now head down the corridor and jump down the open grate
      • Run northwest and go past the giant poison plants and climb the ladder
      • Be wary of the giant hand in this room, behind it is the Gaol door with Dung Eater inside
        • The giant hand will respawn when you kill them before receiving the Sewer-Gaol Key.
      • Do not kill Dung Eater here if you want to complete his questline (Dung Eater's summon sign will then appear in-front of the fog wall to assist with Mohg, The Omen. ***Do not kill him in the moat or he will not appear for Mohg any longer.***
        • Dung Eater in his cell
        • dung eater in sewers
  • Upon returning to Roundtable Hold, the Dung Eater will be missing, having left a message asking you to fight him at the outer moat. [Map Link]
    • If doing Blackguard Big Boggart's questline, be sure to complete it before moving onto the next step, or else Big won't drop a Seedbed Curse.
    • Defeat the Dung Eater in this invasion and he drops the Sword of Milos.
    • Dung Eater in the Outer Moat
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  • Upon defeating the Dung Eater at the moat he will return to Roundtable Hold. Talk to him and he will ask you to bring his real body more Seedbed Curses. His body can be found tied up in a chair in the same cell that he was released from before.
    • At this point, Dung Eater's summon sign for Mohg will disappear.
    • You may interact with him to give Seedbed Curses to him.
    • Or alternatively you could give him Seluvis's Potion. This will allow you to get the Dung Eater Puppet summon from Seluvis. But this will end the Dung Eater quest and prevent you from getting the Blessing of Despair ending.
      • The exact requirements to give him the potion are somewhat unclear, you obviously have to have the potion in your inventory, but you may also have to give him one or more Seedbed Curses to change his dialogue options. It also seems that Preceptor Seluvis has to be alive and conscious (Delay giving Fingerslayer Blade to Ranni).
      • Tip: You can give Dung Eater Seluvis's Potion and still get the Omen Set which is typically only obtainable if have given him 5 Seedbed Curses. Just give him Seluvis's Potion while he's tied in the chair and once he passes out completely wait a moment or two and kill him. The Omen set will drop and he will still be offered as a puppet for purchase from Seluvis. However, should you leave the area or quit and reload, his body would disappear, preventing you from getting his armor set. If you chose this option the Dung Eeater's body will not be found in Seluvis's laboratory.
      • If you don't see him as a puppet for purchase at first, buy one puppet and some spells from Seluvis then go out and find another Starlight Shard. When you return to Seluvis he should now offer the Dung Eater Puppet for purchase along with progressing the Seluvis quest line. Actually summoning the first puppet you chose, and then coming back to Seluvis, may also trigger him to start selling other puppets.
  • After giving the Dung Eater 5 Seedbed Curses, his quest line will be complete and you will be rewarded the Mending Rune of the Fell Curse.
    • Reload the area to find the Omen Set where he gave you the rune.


Dialogue in Elden Ring: Dung Eater

First Interaction while at Roundtable Hold.

  • "Have you ever felt the curse?
    With your whole being, the pox upon life itself. Feared and despised by all. The Reviled blessing.
    Apparently not.
    You are but a lamb. A stranger to defilement. Ignorant to your own ignorance. 
    You no longer interest me.
    I've been long without peace. Don't spoil my quietude."
  • "I asked you not to disturb me. Be thankful of the Hold's serenity.
    It is all that keeps your death and defilement at bay."

Speaking to him at Roundtable Hold after collecting the first Seedbed.

  • "No. Wait.
    You have felt the curse.
    I can smell it on you, the pox yet tender.
    Apparently my Seedbed is ripe and waiting.
    It twas a brief respite I must say.
    Go and unshackle my corporeal flesh
    Trapped in the sewer-gaol below the capital."

After Recieving the Sewer-Gaol Key

  • "I can kill you and defile your corpse. 
    Then the pox will truly be your own."

Before interacting with him in the Sewer-Gaol

  • "Let me out! Let me out of here!
    Must eat more! Defile more!
    Everything that matters to you!
    For generations to come!
    I am the Dung Eater!
    A scourge upon the living!"

Interacting with him in the Sewer-Gaol

  • "Who are you?"
  • "Let me out. Let me out of here."

Saying nothing

  • "I am the Dung Eater.
    A scourge upon the living.
    I must eat more. Defile more...

Telling him to leave the Gaol

  • "I've been here long enough.
    I will kill again. And defile each corpse with care.
    Just to be sure. That when they're reborn...

    They'll be cursed. Along with their children, and their children's children, for all time to come..."

Message left at the Roundtable Hold

  • "I'll defile you next. Come to the outer moat."

After his invasion

  • "There you are. You warded off my blessing. Despite the curse stirring within you.
    No one has succeeded in that before. How? I thought. Then it hit me.
    That you are, in fact, me. And I...am the Dung Eater. It is my flesh that must receive the blessing."
  • "Give me your blessing. Defile my flesh with the seedbed curse.
    Again and again. Until it is done. Until a cursed ring coalesces, that may one day defile the Order itself.
    Countless, I have killed. And countless, I have defiled. And soon the fruits will be borne.
    Hundreds will be reborn cursed, and they'll bear thousands of cursed children, who'll bear tens of thousands more.
    A few of those will be born just like me, and they'll kill, and defile, and bless in my stead!
    The rotten fools. My fate was the grandest, most brilliant of them all!"
  • "My corporeal flesh lies in the sewer gaol beneath the Capital.
    Give it your blessing. Defile my flesh with the seedbed curse.
    Until a cursed ring coalesces, that may one day defile the Order itself."

After collecting Seedbed Curses

  • "Uur...urgh... A curse... A curse upon them all.
    They'll be born cursed, all of them. Along with their children, and their children's children, heh, for all time to come..."
  • (If Seedbed Curse is used) "Uur...urgh... Curse you, Golden Order. One day, you'll get what's coming."
  • (If 5 Seedbed Curses are used) "Unleash it upon them! A cursed blessing to all!"
  • (If Seluvis's Potion is used) "No... I am... the Dung Eater... I am..."


Elden Ring Dung Eater Notes & Trivia

  • In combat, Dung Eater wields the Sword of Milos.
  • Roderika will comment on Dung Eater when he arrives at Roundtable Hold. This happens when the player reaches the Altus Plateau for the first time.
    • "I can hear it from across the wing, past the roundtable ...The howling and wailing of spirits in fear of the curse. I can ever hear the repulsive, twisted malison itself. You should keep your distance, I know you're strong, but please."
  •  Dung Eater's face underneath the mask. Taken in the Gaol.
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    • Anonymous

      I know I had 4 seedbed curses but when I used it once on him, it didn't ask to do it four times and they're all gone. So just making sure, did he consume all 4 of my seedbed curses and I just need one more?

      • Anonymous

        On NG+2 he can one shot you with his omen bairin attack, and Transient moonlight R2 does not stagger him. Just fyi.

        • Anonymous

          Is he one of the only known tarnished to have visited the Haligtree? I'm speculating as there are two seedbed curses. But it's not elaborated on anywhere.

          • Anonymous

            I love how you get no achievement for doing his ending, Fromsoft even judges you for going through with his ending.

            • Anonymous

              Accidentally hit attack while trying to give him a seed bed curse, and it instantly killed him. Still baffles me why they made a such an important character so easy to kill. They gave Seluvis atleast some sort of protection, and he's a way more despicable character

              • Anonymous

                "The exact requirements to give him the potion are somewhat unclear, you obviously have to have the potion in your inventory, but you may also have to give him one or more Seedbed Curses to change his dialogue options. It also seems that Preceptor Seluvis has to be alive and conscious (Delay giving Fingerslayer Blade to Ranni)."

                I started Ranni's quest and got the potion from Selivus. I immediately got one seedbed curse and gave it to DE and proceeded to free him and kill him. I returned to him at the round table and then in his cell and had the option to give him the potion. Straightforward.

                • Anonymous

                  I arrive at the moat, per DE's last email.
                  BigBog's not looking too good.
                  [INVADED BY DUNG EATER]
                  I see him coming, cast Bloodflame Blade on my Flamberge.
                  "Bog was the Chosen One, you're supposed to BOIL the bottom-feeders not join them!"
                  I open with a jumping R2. DE hits back, but I get off a full Stormcaller, causing Blood Loss and leaving him at ~25%HP. Behold; the roll-catcher of Tomoe.
                  We circle each other like we're making a bad Kurosawa movie. He swings.
                  "It's over, Cholera Connoisseur, I have an Eclipse Greatshield." Guard Counter brings him to the "Magic Pixel" where he dies of Bloodflame Blade's DoT.
                  [INVADER DEFEATED], push Y to collect sword, completely oblivious to the live studio audience.
                  The Godwyn Death Crab jumps into the corner of the screen and finishes me off with one claw-slam, like something out of the Spongebob karate episode.

                  • Anonymous

                    I like to imagine the Greater Will saw this guy's name, burst out laughing, and then revived him with grace without doing any deeper background checks.

                    • Anonymous

                      I gave all 5 seedbed curses to dung eater so I could get the mending rune of death. The wiki says I can still give him Seluvis' potion to make him into a puppet. But the game won't give me that option now. Once I gave the last curse to him he was dead and I can no longer interact with him. I wanted to achieve both in the same run, but I guess that's not possible.

                      • Because I screwed this up.

                        If you want him as a summon for Mohg, The Omen, fight he must be alive so don't do the moat invasion before Mohg.

                        If you have Boggart to say he is worried about Dung Eater near by. Next visit when Boggart is looking real bad by his crabs DO NOT interact with him until you do Mohg.
                        Even if you don't kill Dung the crab probably will. :(

                        • Anonymous

                          I think this quest is currently broken. I collected all 5 seedbed curses to give to his tied up physical body in the sewer but only had the option to 'Use the seedbed curse' which triggered a black screen and some nasty noises. Then dungeater is still there and just has one line of dialog. All the seedbed curses are gone from my inventory but I don't have his rune. No red dungeater in roundtable either.

                          • > THE BERSEK BOOTY-BOMB BANQUETER
                            > THE CRAZED CACA CONSUMER
                            > THE DASTARDLY DOODOO DEVOURER
                            > THE EVIL EXCREMENT ENJOYER
                            > THE FREAKY FECAL FEASTER
                            > THE GASISH GUANO GOBBLER
                            > THE HEKKISH HOT-SLOPPY HOARDER
                            > THE INFAMOUS ICKY-SLICKY INGESTER
                            > THE MAD MANURE MUNCHER
                            > THE NEFARIOUS NUMBER-TWO NIBBLER
                            > THE PESKY POOPOO PLUNDER
                            > THE SICKLY **** SNACKER
                            > THE TRICKY TURD TASTER
                            > THE WORRISOM WASTE WOMPER
                            > THE REPUGNANT RECTUM ROBBER
                            > THE LECHEROUS LOWDOWN LUNCHER
                            > THE HORRIBLE POO SLOPPER
                            > THE GROTESQUE GUT-GOO GARGLER
                            > THE APPALLING ASSCAKE ABSORBER
                            > THE SACRILEGIOUS SEPTIC SOMMELIER
                            > THE CHEEKY CHOCOLATE CHASER
                            > THE POTTY PASTRY PALATER
                            > THE STINKY SILO SWIMMER
                            > THE PORTA-POTTY PERPETRATOR
                            > THE JAW-DOPPING JUICY-JUNK JUGGLER
                            > THE RAMPAGING RIMJOB RINSER
                            > THE SINISTER STOOL SAMPLER
                            > THE DEVIOUS DIARRHEA DINER
                            > THE QUESTIONABLE QUASI-SOLID QUAFFER
                            > THE TARNISHED TURD TASTER
                            > THE DERANGED DINGLEBERRY DINER
                            > THE LURID LOG LUNCHEONER
                            > THE CONTEMPTIBLE CRAP CONNOISSEUR
                            > THE DEMENTED BUTTMUFFINS DINE-N-DASHER
                            > THE GHASTLY GUT-GOO GUZZLER
                            > THE SKANKY SCAT SNATCHER
                            > THE INCONCEIVABLE INTESTINE INHALER
                            > THE WRONGFUL WASTE WRANGLER
                            > THE DELINQUENT DOOKIE DELIGHTER
                            > THE ORNERY ORDURE ORDERER
                            > THE BURLEY BUTT-BUTTER BURGLAR!!
                            > THE BLIGHTED BUNGHOLE BURGLAR
                            > THE DANGEROUS DIARRHEA DEVOURER
                            > THE DETESTIBLE DEUCE DEVOURER
                            > THE STEALTHY SCROTUM SNATCHER
                            > THE DETESTABLE DISCHARGE DEMOLISHER!
                            > THE BLUNT BUTTBROWNIE BULKER!
                            > THE RUTHLESS RUMP RAVAGER
                            > THE FIENDISH FERTILIZER FEASTER
                            > THE MADDENING MUCK MUKBANGERER
                            > THE FRAGRANT FART FOODIE
                            > THE ODIOUS OOPSIE OBSESSER

                            • Anonymous

                              Imagine being Seluvis and wanting to brain wipe a hot girl to be your puppet and then after days of waiting patiently, the tarnished you hired brings back the poopoo man instead

                              • Anonymous

                                he kills big guy boggart the crab bro DUNG EATER YOU BETTER START PRAYING BECAUSE I WILL PAINT THIS SEWER'S WALLS WITH YOUR BLOOD IN NG+

                                • Anonymous

                                  Can we just stop for a sec and admire that someone on the design team liked Doctor Who enough to recreate the Face of Boe.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Someone on reddit said that you can give him Seluvis potion even after give him 5 seedbed curse... Nope, he die right after the 5th seedbed.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      If you fight him at the moat, and you catch him in a way where he can't reach you, he just INFINITELY spams the damn spheres with ZERO delay. It leaves no openings. Why do the NPC's need infinite FP?

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Ive killed Dr DooDoo right where banged his head against the wall, twice. And believe me, ill do it again

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Weird as it sounds, his goal is still heroic and somewhat noble. Trying to create a world where everyone is equal, where Omens and Misbegotten aren't hated and hunted at birth is a pretty nice life purpose. Now his metods though are just something else... also he probably went absolutely bonkers, when I saw him mashing his head to the cell wall I was like "Bro wtf?"

                                          • Anonymous

                                            I swear to god I fed this guy all the seedbed curses, got his rune + armor + wep, but I took a break from the game for a few months and suddenly he's tied up in his chair again and it all disappeared from my inventory. I wouldn't really care but none of the seedbed curses respawned so now I can't even get his shtuff 'til I NG+. Has anyone else had this issue? So weird and I don't really think there's any fixing it.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Went to fight Dung Eater
                                              Dung Eater invades
                                              We both run into giant crab
                                              Crab instantly curses Dung Eater before I can even swing my weapon
                                              Thanks, Giant Crab, I guess

                                              • Anonymous

                                                so given the dung eaters location and him being a tarnished is it possible that he is responsible for cursing Marika and causing Malenia to be born with the scarlet rot flower? He is available to summon against morgott and mohg two other children of Marika.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  So after I gave him the potion I accidentally rolled into him and swiftly dealt about 3300~ points of damage to him. He subsequently dropped his armor, which I collected. I immediately quit and reloaded, and after checking Seluvis' options, the Dung Eater was available for purchase from the puppet menu.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    I defeat dung eater at the moat, meet him at round table, exhaust all dialogue, return to his chair, give him potion, wait 6-10 seconds, kill him and obtain Omen set. Warp to Ranni rise, buy all Pidia's inventory, exhaust dialogue, go to Selluvis dungeon, meet Selluvis, exhaust dialogue, buy all spells, get one free puppet, drop and take few starseed, warp back to Ranni rise grace. Eventually got him to open puppet shop and ta da, buy Dung eater ash. (I was skeptical about the steps explained, but I got his omen set and his puppet in one go)

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      I feel Dung Eater is a title others gave to him, and he has since himself decided to use. He has some vocal similarities to Bernahl, not sure what lines but I like to think they're brothers. I think Dung Eater is the reason for the Omen Curse, hence the horns on his suit, and him being locked in the sewers, guarded by Omen's, in a city ran by an Omen.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        i waited for like 2 min after giving him the potion to kill him, and he isnt trggering the puppet sequence .,,,,,

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          This thing is so interesting to me, All he wants to do is destroy, defile and fill the world with curses. At the beginning I was like: "Why the **** would anyone help him with that?" but now, I will defile your corpse, and curse your entire lineage for eternity.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            Anyone else not able to summon him for Mohg the Omen? I released him from gaol, but I did defeat him at the outer mote. Any ideas?

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              Cool character and VA did AMAZING job, but i wouldnt expect less from froms directors and their choice of actors, never dissapoints

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                who was the genius who named this guy dung eater? and how many takes did the narrator have to do, in order to say it with such reverence and disgust?

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Out of sheer disgust and some ingrained instinct that numbed my mind and guided my hands with my trusty great club, I killed this thoroughly repulsive creature the first time I spoke to it. I had no idea what an unspeakably merciful favor I was doing the world by doing so.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Rise now, Ye dung eaters. Ye dung who yet Eat!

                                                                    The call of long lost Dung speaks to us all!

                                                                    Dung Eater, Dung Eater of the Dunglands!

                                                                    The ever brilliant Dung Eater!

                                                                    Dung Eater the Dungbed Dung Eater!

                                                                    A nameless tarnished of no renown.

                                                                    And sir Dung Eater, the All Dung Eater!

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      I imagine his doodoo-consuming spree started when someone said "eat my ass" and he took it way too literally.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        About as close as we get to a champion of Nurgle. The idea is that he isn't just filthy on the outside, he's disgusting down to his very being, his "morals" and everything.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          Literally wrote my detailed experience with the dude but comment got deleted, prolly envious of my glorious creation of Caca Connoisseur. Or maybe because it wasnt a double post, I remain puzzled either way.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            I actually literally hate this NPC, as he forced me out of my blind playthrough, when I (I dont remember how anymore) found out that he is a danger for the dude that sells one of the best buffoods in game if you progress their questlines carelessly -.-. I took 3 days for Rykard, 3 hours each day, then I went on and finally got to the point where I could give Seluvis Potion. Im not even exagerating: Hearing him whisper those frightful last words, realizing his very existense ifs getting deleted, it felt like 20x better than beating Rykard. I am free again.May the Caca Connoisseur rest in that puppet forever, stored in my chest, never to be summoned or spoken of (after this rant ofc) again.

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              I freed him, then his clone disappeared from the Roundtable, but there's no message anywhere in that room.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                "must eat more! everything that matters to you! I AM THE DUNG EATER!" well, my dung certainly doesn't matter that much to me, but if you insist, there's plenty in my toilet.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  Freed him from the Gaol, went to Liurnia to buy Boggart's goodies and move him to Atlas, now Boggart is in the right location (alive) but I cannot get Dung Eater to invade. What am I missing here?

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    If you complete Big Boggart’s quest and he is willing to sell you prawn he will eventually move to the moat area at Leyndell. But If you would like to save your boy so you can keep buying those delicious crustaceans and not watch your friend die miserably, you can kill Dung Eater as soon as you open his cell door. As I have on every character.

                                                                                    I absolutely slaughter this dude in his jail cell. Every single time. Totally worth missing this pricks quest to save Big.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Watching the Opening Cutscene for the first time: haha funny ****-eating man, how comical.
                                                                                      80 hours later: D E A R G O D.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        I made sure he died as he lived, eating fecal matter, But I'm sad that i gave Seluvis's potion to Gideon after learning you could make Dung Eater drink it, being forced to do good against his own foul will forever to my whim would've been the perfect punishment for him.

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          Impressive how they managed to make a character with such a comical and meme-worthy name a genuinely horrifying and disgusting monster of a person, he's fully deserving of his title, that's for sure.

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