Fallen Hawks Soldier is an Enemy in Elden Ring.
Fallen Hawks Soldiers are gaunt humanoids with bloodied hands and feet. They wield a variety of weapons that include Bows equipped with Spiritflame Arrows, Greatshields, Swords and Torches.
The Fallen Hawks were a band of soldiers who were once ordered to explore the Eternal City, and now prowl the underground rivers. When the band's last embers were used up in their long search, they began to burn the bones of their fellows, acquiring the cold ghostflame, which allowed them to cause magic damage and afflict foes with frost. However, it also meant sealing their fate as dwellers of the underground for all eternity.
When the band's last embers were used up in their long search, they began to burn the bones of their fellows, acquiring the cold ghostflame, but sealing their fate as dwellers of the underground for all eternity.
Elden Ring Fallen Hawks Soldier Locations
Where to Find Fallen Hawks Soldiers:
Elden Ring Fallen Hawk Soldier Drops and Drop Rates
|Iron Spear||2.00%||Dropped only by those who wield them. This variant also uses an Inverted Hawk Heater Shield, but does not drop it.|
|Inverted Hawk Towershield||1.00%||Dropped only by those who wield them. This variant also wears a helmet, but does not drop it.|
|5x Spiritflame Arrow||5.00%||All Variants.|
|Dewkissed Herba||8.00%||All Variants.|
Fallen Hawks Soldier Notes & Tips
- Despite some variants using them, none of them drop their Short Sword, Inverted Hawk Heater Shield, Longbow, or Ghostflame Torch. Interestingly, even variants that do not use a bow and arrows can drop Spiritflame Arrows.
- Lore bits on the Fallen Hawks can be found on the descriptions for Greatshield Soldier Ashes, Archer Ashes, Ghostflame Torch, and Spiritflame Arrow.
- The Fallen Hawks' crest can also be found on the Inverted Hawk Heater Shield, which says in its description that "the inverted hawk is the emblem of a company of slaves ordered to explore the Eternal City."
- The collected lore on the Fallen Hawks combined with the incongruous design of their armaments when compared with other denizens of the Eternal City suggests that they were once a company of human slaves from the period after the City's fall, searching the city for something on behalf of their masters. It's possible their current form is due to the symbolic or blasphemous act mentioned in the Ghostflame Torch description, when the Fallen Hawks "began to burn the bones of their fellows, acquiring the cold ghostflame, but sealing their fate as dwellers of the underground for all eternity".
- The identity of their masters is not known. Some in the Siofra Aqueduct fight alongside a Lesser Crucible Knight, which may imply a relationship between them. If so, this would mean that the Fallen Hawks were slaves during Godfrey's reign belonging either to him, the knight Siluria, or the rest of the Crucible Knights.
Fallen Hawk Soldier Image Gallery