Dung Eater

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Location

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!

 

Location

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. [Elden Ring Map here]

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. [Elden Ring Map here]

 

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.
        • Dung Eater in his cell
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  • Upon returning to Roundtable Hold, the Dung Eater will be missing, having left a message asking you to fight him at the outer moat. Elden Ring Map here.
    • 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 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.
  • 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 5 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 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

      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.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        "Tip: You can give Dung Eater Seluvis's Potion and still get the Omen Set which is typically only obtainable 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."

                                        this does not work! i did this, and got the set, but no puppet, if you kill dung eater after giving him the potion you will NOT get the puppet!

                                        • Anonymous

                                          When I meet him in the Sewer Goal he’s banging his head on the wall, not tied to a chair. How do I give him the potion.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            The dung eater doesn't just eat the soul out in that whole kappa anus thing, he also replaces it with a seedbed curse...or corrupts the soul with the curse and puts it back.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              His summon sign disappears after you defeat him at the lake... that info should be more specific instead of "at this point...", which can be easily interpreted as after defeating him at the lake.

                                              Even wiki screw over with messages.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                George RR Martin wrote this so the most likely answer is the dung eater sucks their soul out through the anus then regurgitates a seed bed curse to defile them fully, we then reach into them to pull them back out.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  I kind of assume that he doesn't literally eat dung, and that his name comes from hundreds of years of villagefolk collectively calling him the most disgusting and hateful thing they could think of, which eventually translated to "dung eater".

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Well that was one the most epic and satisfying things ever (spoilers ahead, you've been warned).

                                                    So, I'm really taking my time with ER. Going slow, talking to NPCs, approaching everything with a curious mind... It's awesome, feels like my best experience with a FromSoft game. The progression of different characters' journeys comes off so much more natural than in previous games, as much as I adore them.

                                                    Anyways, after letting ol' Dung Eater out, I did the usual: check-in with other NPCs whom are relevant to whatever I was just doing. Roderika: "hmmm, no more voices in the other hall." Okay... Then Boggart: "he's around, somehwhere... " Now I'm nervious! (I grew to like Boggart, kind of shady but relatable in a way)

                                                    Went back Dung's spot in the Roundtable, found the ominous message: "Come to the outer moat." I realized what this implied, and said out-loud "no.... NO!" I immediately travel back to Boggart, but I'm too late. There he his, bound and begging for death, I felt so bad for him. Then that f-er showed up, and I was ready for him. We duke it out, trade blows, things are going okay, and then what happens? That crab!

                                                    That stupid crab! He gets into the fray, and I start screaming "not NOW, why NOW?" I'm jumping, I'm running and dodging- can't get a window! The attacks from the crab AND Dung Eater are such that I can't find an opportunity! Suddenly I see the crab raising his claws up super slowly, and I realize he's about to do his death-blight spew everywhere, I panic even more than I already have been, running for my life, and then I hear it: "ahhhhhHHHHHHEEEEGGGHHH!!!" *SPLAT*

                                                    I turn around and am somewhat horrified (but also relieved) to see Dung Eater, thrust into the air, screaming in agony, pierced by death-blight in a grim display of comeuppance. You got what you deserved, you wretch...

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Despite his appellation and being universally reviled there is no in-game indication that this character is an actual coprophage.

                                                      It therefore seems more likely to me that "Dung Eater" is a euphemism for a worse act considered truly unspeakable in the world of Elden Ring.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        The dung eater refers to you, as him, only after you ward off his "blessing." After-which he says you are him and he is the dung-eater. therefore the dung-eater is you and you are the dung-eater. you weren't such before that, you only become him and he becomes you - the dung-eater - after you ward off his blessing. at any other point in time you were you and you are still you but are to be considered - somewhat abstractly - as the dung-eater and he is to be you and vice-versa.

                                                        Now hear me out

                                                        Marika is Radagon. Marika explicitly told Radagon that he is YET to become her, he would be her but not YET, not YET would he become a god, eventually he would but not at that time - whether or not she foresaw or for-ordained this I cannot say but, he would become her and she him at what point would that be? assuming of course that I'm basing this on the fact that they were seperate entities and not one, most I know believe that they were always one being, taht's fine.
                                                        I'm just spitballing and I'm on drugs...I'm just saying MAYBE, MAYBE, and it's a big MAYBE - as I don't have the original japanese text to fact check what was actually being said - but MAYBE Radagon wasn't always Marika, maybe he became Marika through some means of the Greater Will. We know Marika was disillusioned with the Greater Will and Radagon is the embodiement of the golden order, which was brought by to the lands between by the Two Fingers - who preach the greater wills blessings - and established/spread out by Queen Marika.

                                                        Of course i'm most likely far off, but it was a fun thought I had

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          Be aware! Fighting Dung Eater at Moat will prevent you from Summoning him for Mohg fight!! Not the step after..

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            Have you noticed that every corpse with seedbed curse has blood on their crotch? He's basically eating their ****s and not in a sexy way.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              What's weird is that where all other character's actions seem to be displaced in time and intent from their remembrance forms, Dung Eater seems to be able to use his in real time concert with his physical form. What does he know that others don't? And what might it have to do with his hatred of the world and his embrace of cursed things?

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                '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. ' -- I completed the quest steps up to this point and I had four seedbed curses in inventory when I talked to him, but there was no option to give them to him. When I returned to Roundtable Hold, he was not there any more. Is this expected? Will he return?

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Is there any way of getting his sword and turning him into a puppet summons in the same playthrough? Or is it a case of picking one then getting the other in NG+?

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    DO NOT attack the Dung Eater at all when he's in his chair if you want to complete his questline, even if it's with an unupgraded weapon for memes. Any attack is a single hit kill and will effectively wreck the quest for that new game cycle. Killing him is unatonable at the Church of Vows, which means you can't get him to respawn if you do get killed. Don't make the same mistake I did if you actually want the rune.

                                                                    Choice words will be said to the dastard who put that "try attacking" message in front of him.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Avoiding shardbearer kills is damn near impossible in this game, so tedious. Have to avoid Mohg to get surgeon set, have to avoid Rykard because of the ensuing broken questlines, have to avoid Godrick because Stormveil PvP zone, have to avoid Rennala because I have mommy issues, and Radahn is the only genuine, canonical boss that makes sense to fight.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        You can get Dung Eater armor and Dung Eater Spirit Summon all at once with below steps :
                                                                        Give Seluvis potion to Dung Eater -> kill Dung Eater after dialogue -> loot armor -> locate Seluvis hidden chamber -> talk to Seluvis with "About your chabers" dialogue -> buy any one of TWO summons -> go find Starlight Shards -> when you have more than 3 shards, go back to Seluvis -> talk to Seluvis with "I want a new puppet" dialogue -> There should be Dung Eater

                                                                        ** If you can't get "I want a new puppet" dialogue, try getting an another shard. (or drop and reloot -> restart game)

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          Wanted to summon him, but forget about it and tolked to him on the Roundtable. Now I am on the step for giving him the items.

                                                                          Sad that after "unlocking" you have a short window to actually use the summon signs. Even after the end of the questlines the summon signs should be available, like the "reward" they are supposed to be...

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            I wish they made Dung Eater the same as Yurt in Demon Souls where he goes around killing npcs after a certain point. But I can only imagine everyone going to tears and uninstalling the game because how bad it would suck.

                                                                            • You can kill his invader form in the Leyndell moats to get his sword, give him Seluvis potion in the sewers afterwards, and then immediately kill him to get his armor. Even though he doesn't move to Seluvis' puppet storage, you can still buy him from Seluvis, allowing you to get everything from him (except the key item for his ending) in a single playthrough. As of patch 1.05 that is, I can't promise they won't patch it out like they did Millicent's quest.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                a comment or reply says **** eater's sword can be got in shunning grounds if you kill him in his cell instead of letting him free. is there any way to get the ****-eater's puppet summons, and his sword if I kill him in his cell, without doing any of his quest? if not, is the puppet summons worth doing what he asks?

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  The Dung Eater has the same exact sun from Solaire’s armor I wonder if they are somehow related or connected as they shared similar fates as they were both lost to their own destiny (Dark Souls 1 - Seeking his own sun and went mad. , Elden Ring - Seeking defilement and went mad)

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    This disgusting scat fetishist really thought I would help him when he threatens me in the same sentence. Nah bro. Thanks for at least telling me where your flesh is at so I can paint the walls with it. Didn’t even put up much of a fight, did this ****er only target the innocent to earn his title and infamy? **** duelist, **** looking armor, and rumored to actually eat ****.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Hes not giving me any more dialogue after the first seedbed and he doesn't appear at roundtable either. I haven't killed fire giant. I summoned him for mohg. But he always has the same dialogue about cursing the golden order. Is my game bugged?

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        There once was a burly young kook,
                                                                                        his breath so foul, you would puke!
                                                                                        But please pay him no mind
                                                                                        should he spread your behind,
                                                                                        he simply hungers for dook'!

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          Just a heads up since this guide made me miss the Blackguard's questline.
                                                                                          The warning to not advance if you want to do that questline should be placed before mentioning that Dung Eater can be released.
                                                                                          The prompt to initiate the Dung Eater happens the moment you allow him to be released. You don't have to read the note to make it happen.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            There is one additional dialogue with Dung Eater. I used 4 curses on him and after the cutscene he said:
                                                                                            "I curse you, Golden Order! One day you get was coming"
                                                                                            Don't know, but maybe he has dialogues dependent on number of curses used?

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              I hate him as much as anyone else for what he did to Boggart, but am I the only one who felt sympathy for him as he whimpered being given the self is potion? You can really hear the pain that he is in when he knows he is being erased

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                On my NGplus he refuses to spawn in the sewer I remember him banging his head like some tweakin mofo before and now he literally isn't showing up. Keeps on asking me to go unshackle his bla bla bla and he's literally not there. Guess it doesn't matter since I've already done his quest but still wtf where are you dude

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  One of my favorite characters in any media. So creepy and the vocal delivery and design are top notch. I did his ending cause I simply can’t help but respect this guy’s unrelenting hatred. Guy hated the golden order so much you literally kill him, but he wills himself to continue living so he can see his dream to its fruition. Then lets himself go through unspeakable torture just so he can **** over the golden order. And he’s right too, the golden order does have it coming.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    I think it can be confirmed that Seluvis is already, there is no option to feed Seluvis's Potion to the Dung Eater. I just finished his questline and there was no option at all to feed him the potion. That means that one cannot fully do Ranni's questline before fully completing Dung Eater's. Maybe complete it before giving Ranni the Fingerslayer Blade?

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      I've got mohg's shackle, before I drop down the sewer grate what's the bare minimum I need to do to get sword of milos and turn dung eater into a puppet summons?

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        The only way to get him to drink the potion is to mix a little diarrhea into it. When he starts smacking his lips that's when you know it's ready.

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Oh no, you beat me in a pokemon battle! But i don't have any money! Perhaps theres something else you want, hmmmmmm…?

                                                                                                          GIVE ME YOUR DUNG!

                                                                                                          Im sorry what?

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            What he is described as doing with the seedbed curse, preventing the dead from resting in pace. Is the sword of milos worth doing what this NPC wants you to do? I really dislike him.

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              You can bring his summon up the elevator if you lure one or two small pot bois down. Dragged down 2 and barely got him on the elevator.
                                                                                                              Now I can watch his summon die to the omens he cursed.
                                                                                                              How's it taste, Dung Eater?

                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                Welp, after dung eater invaded me at the end of the questline, he used some spell with a giant AOE, I just stood there outside of the range while I killed the giant crab, and all of the sudden dung eater just died instantly, I didn't attack him once, barely even saw him lmao

                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                  ok so i killed him after i heard all his dialogue when i first opened his goal (he was still beating his head against the wall) and he dropped both the sword of milos and his omen set.

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