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Frog-Ray

Frog Ray - Dark Souls Remastered
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HP 162 (NG+ 370 )
Drops 80 Souls (NG+ 320 )
Green Blossom

Frog-Ray is an Enemy in Dark Souls and Dark Souls Remastered. Enemies are hostile creatures that respawn when players rest at a Bonfire or upon death. Special enemies that do not respawn are classified as Bosses, Mini Bosses or Invaders.

 

Frog-Ray Information

Red frogs with black dots. These frogs seem to be a some sort of cross-breed of a regular frog and a sting ray.

 

Drops

 

Attacks

  • Vertical Tongue Whip: Extends decently far towards the player, the tongue will make a bounce like animation once it has hit the player or environment.
  • Horizontal Tongue Whip: Extends quite far as well as it is very similar to the follow up special of the one hand whip attack.
  • Note:The Frog-Ray has a very far back backstep and can hop pretty high towards the player.

 

Strategy

These enemies should be no threat whatsoever. Kill them one at a time and you will be fine. However, they are usually found in the company of Stone Knights and can hinder your kiting abilities. Their bodies also fall through the map quite often, so try to pick up any items they drop quickly.

 

Locations

Location Health NG+ Souls NG+ Respawn
Darkroot Garden 162 370 80 320 Yes

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      26 May 2018 00:17  

      If you lure the first to the watery area they have attacks they can only do in the water. They can swim and can spit the same substance as the mass of souls in new londo. Baiting them to do it os very easy. I love these guys and nobody knows about these attacks. It really is interesting as only the first one can do it as the rest leash before the water. I theorize they were originally more plentiful in the game and we're originally where the crystal golem near hydra were. Praise the froggies.

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