Amana Aberration

HP NG: 500
NG+: 660
NG+7: ?
Weakness Thrust Attacks
Lightning (in water)
Resistance Fire (in water)
Respawns No

Amana Aberration is an enemy in Dark Souls 2. 


Amana Aberration Information


A Hollow that lived in an aquatic environment for an extended period of time and eventually adapted to its surroundings by mutating into its present form. These creatures prowl the shallow waters of the Shrine of Amana, perpetually searching for sources of fresh Souls.1

A strange, hollowed, rat-like enemy found in the Shrine of Amana who spend their time sitting in the water listening to the singing of the Milfanito sisters. Moves very quickly in the water, is very hard to locate without locking-on, and will aggressively attack players using a torch. They tend to be located near other Amana Aberrations or the casters in the area. They can inflict cursing and bleeding damage so its best to fight from range or block while in the water.

They are docile while the Milfanito is singing, evident by the fireflies surrounding them. This can be used to locate and snipe them from afar.

Possibly created from some twisted experiment in Aldia's keep, as they possess features of both Basilisks and normal hollows.





Strategy Tips

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Move Set

  • Pounce Attack: Uses when they first become hostile if player is in range.
    • Physical Damage
    • Can be blocked
    • Inflicts Bleed
  • 2 Claw Slashes: Uses after it does its pounce attack. Very fast and can stagger.
    • Physical Damage
    • Can be blocked
    • Inflicts Bleed
  • 1 Claw slash: Will use at random and does a good amount of damage.
    • Physical Damage
    • Can be blocked
    • Inflicts Bleed



  • In SotFS (needs confirmation for the original) they will have firefly like effects around them while the Milfanito sing. They are also more docile. Perhaps this is what the Milfanito refer to when they say "When we sing, the little ones dance."


    • Anonymous

      15 Jun 2018 19:13  

      I've tried to farm human effigys with them!
      I was clothed with complete possible farming gear including (gold serpent ring +1)
      I killed over 20 of them none of them dropped anything!

      • 12 Jan 2018 23:12  

        I've never seen them do an attack that can inflict curse build up so I think the description above is wrong. There are curse jars in a few specific spots in Shrine Of Amana so maybe there was some confusion there.

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