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Rampart Golem is an enemy in Dark Souls 2.
Rampart Golem Information
The Rampart Golems were granted life by the Ivory King, charged with the containment of the creatures of chaos whithin the boundaries of the wall. When the doors of Eleum Loyce were flung open, the place turned frigid and lifeless, but the golems remained dutifully on guard. They carry a lance which can shoot magical projectile and a shield made of ice.
Extremely vulnerable to backstabbing, and they can be respawned with Bonfire Ascetic at the second bonfire, along with Dark Dance hex on a corpse.
Oddly, their idling breath sound is the same as Abysswalker Artorias in Dark Souls.
- Backstab them with Shadow Dagger
- Keep your distance and attack with Hexes
- Lance Attack
- Piercing Ice
- Ice Pillars
- Ice Projectile
- Despite their gear stating that they're artificial, they can and do drink Estus occasionally when injured.
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anyone know the drop rates for the armor set?
Such a fancy and diverse moveset for an enemy that is a ginormous backstab magnet
Weird how these guys are called "Golems" when they're clearly big frozen knights, hell they can even drink estus, the other guys who are made entirely of frost and change their limbs into weapons are much more like Golems than these guys
These guys aren't golem, they're undead. They drink estus.
Rampart golems are the smaller frost guys with the thrust/blunt 'conjured' weapon.
Wow, they look cool!
They spent more time on these guys' move set than the entirety of Frigid Outskirts.
How can they be golems if they can be back stabbed and they drink estus on low health???
I find that poison works wonders on the rampart guys (golems, soldiers, spear soldiers). Either use resin, infuse or poison arrows and easily get rid of them with low risk
They also drop lifegems very rarely
This enemy is very easily backstabbed and possible to be 1 shot.
These guys can use Estus
A lot of the enemies in this game actually have the Artorias breath sound, such as the Lion Warriors in Shaded Woods
Love this enemy. So cool.
LOL the strategy tip, so biased. Whoever wrote that obviously is a Shadow Dagger fanboy.
Oddly enough, most of the armored enemies in the DLC seem to have balanced attack type defenses, but most seem slightly weak to trust.