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In Darkest Dungeon the player leads a band of Heroes on a perilous side-scrolling descent, dealing with a prodigious number of threats to both their physical and mental health. Five hundred feet below the earth the player fights unimaginable Foesfamine, Diseaseand the stress of the ever-encroaching dark. Darkest Dungeon focuses on the humanity and psychological vulnerability of the heroes and asks: What emotional toll does a life of adventure take?

The combat in Darkest Dungeon combines nostalgia with the elegance of modern design. Party order is crucial for setting up attacks, but it can also expose the Heroes to threats. At all times, the player has to juggle the need to do damage with the importance of protecting the health and minds of party members.

Provisions and Trinkets can be used to adjust, train, and upgrade the player's loadout to find the right combination of skills together with Camping Skills to defeat the threats in their way. Sign In. From Darkest Dungeon Wiki.

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You might want to avoid reading further if you don't want to spoil the surprise for yourself! Enemies are various monsters and creatures in Darkest Dungeon that act as the main antagonists of the player and the heroes. Different areas of the Estate feature different enemies. Enemy abilities are listed below, as well. The icons next to an ability is the effect it has on its target.

Hover the cursor over the icon to see what it is. If you are still unclear on any terminology, please consult the Glossary. Be mindful that some skills have additional effects in higher difficulty, only effects of the lowest level of the monster's ability are listed below. Also, self effects will not be listed unless it has critical information such as the self buff from "Clapperclaw" used by Shambler Tentacle.

This is to keep the page easy to read. For detailed information on a specific enemy's skills, please check the monster's page. Monsters that only appear in Veteran or Champion level will have their names in italic text. Certain enemies can only be found in certain DLC content. If multiple icons appear, that means they can be found in either one without needing to purchase the other.

These foes don't stick to one dungeon, instead preferring to wander around the Estate, and as such can be encountered pretty much anywhere except the Darkest Dungeon. Bandits, Cultists, giant bugs, the undead, and other nightmarish abominations lurking in the shadows, they can all be found stalling your progress in between hallways.

Stun - There they desecrated the graves of the soldiers and nobles that once served there, and brought them back as a mindless skeletal horde to serve as their undead army. Now rumbling halls of the Ruins are overrun by Undead and a group of Cultists have also stake a claim on the Ruins as they listen to the gibbering ravings and terrible predictions of their Blind Prophet. While the Ancestor was trying his hand at blood rituals, he used the ancient Warrens as a dumping grounds for his failures and underwhelming results.

By the time the Heir arrives, the Warrens are now home to the descendants of those experiments called The Swine, a primitive warrior race of pig men whose only desire is to butcher and feed on any human they can get their hooved claws on. When the Ancestor banished The Hag to the Weald after being disgusted by her appearance, she began to use her discovery of an odd, parasitic fungus to transform the woodland into something more sinister.

Now the road leading to the town is blighted with a fungal infestation that has taken over the ecosystem, hiding the hordes of zombified victims under the control of the fungus being spread by the witches that serve under The Hag. None Passive:. Passive while full :. The Ancestor once used the Cove as a means to deliver some of his more controversial artifacts, as well as a location to perform his pacts with the ancient beings in the water when money was scarce.

The ancient fishmen that lived there were roused by the activity around their home, making it a habit to sink and kill any sailors that comes near their domain, making them a threat to the marine shipments of provisions that the Hamlet relies on. There are many nightmarish creatures that are willing to stray from their dark pits, waiting for any foolish adventurer to arrive. A rare few have turn their sights upon our Hamlet.

While most fiends would be smart enough to realize that assaulting our small but fortified hamlet with an army of heavily armed, well-trained and experienced soldiers, mercenaries and outlaws would be suicidal, there are two whose wanton greed and lust for gold and glittering trinkets overrides all of their common senses.

These are bosses that can only be fought when certain Town Events occur. None, but always has Riposte active. Before he became truly invested in the pursuit of rightly-forbidden knowledge the Ancestor was an active participant in the lavish, refined debauchery that characterized the private gatherings of the upper echelons of society.

Though he was by all accounts still as flawed as he would be when he opened the portal, he found himself well out of his depth when an attempt on the life of a particularly enchanting guest revealed her monstrous nature. By the time the Heir arrives on the estate, the Courtyard and its surrounding gardens have become flooded and merged with the nearby swamp, creating a damp, miasmatic maze where the air is heavy with the scent of blood.

The infected creatures and bloodthirsty parodies of nobility that find their home here carry a creeping sickness that threatens to overwhelm even to corrupted lands of the rest of the estate. Flushed Form "Momentary Overexertion" "Metamorphosis". There has been no word from the farm in a fortnight, save for the unearthly groaning that echoes from the ruin of the mill….

Ever since the Comet stuck the Old Windmill, the Farmstead and its surrounding acres of land are severely altered by the otherworldly corruption. As if the natural flow of time itself has been distorted beyond recognition; once fertile fields are now a lifeless wasteland where only crystallized wheat and mutated pumpkins can grow and the acres are littered with fossilized remains of people, farm animals and petrified crops, as if they have aged uncountable years in blink of eye.

Even stars above Farmstead are not right, none of the recognizable constellations can be seen in the night sky and the Northern Star is in the wrong position, as if these night skies are not from this time and place. The only reason why this new source of evil and corruption have not taken over the Estate is because of the Enchanted Stone Slabs on the perimeter of the Farmstead keeps this new evil contained.

But like all things, it is only matter of time before the barrier is pierced by this terror from the stars. Reality Bend Passive:. Stun - Blight - Bleed - Debuff - Move. This article or section may contain spoilers about hidden enemies. When the Ancestor finally managed to dig up the Portal under his manor, he was horrified and driven to suicide from the cosmic entity he unleashed.

Now devoted Cultists patrol around the estate, making a pilgrimage to join their much more powerful brothers and sisters in the manor. There, they give their lives to protect their God and its spawn of fleshy monstrosities. Despite some monsters only appear in high level dungeons i. Bone Bearerfiles containing their lower level counterparts still exist in the game.

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Brigand Cutthroat. Brigand Fusilier. Brigand Bloodletter. Brigand Raider. Brigand Hunter. Bone Rabble. Unholy Stonework. Shambler Tentacle. The Collector. Human Eldritch. Collected Highwayman. Collected Man-at-Arms. Collected Vestal. The Fanatic. Unholy Wood. Thing From The Stars. Bone Soldier.

Bone Courtier. Bone Arbalest. Bone Defender. Bone Spearman. Bone Captain. Bone Bearer. Unholy Eldritch. Small Pew. Medium Pew. Large Pew. Swine Chopper. Beast Human. Swine Slasher. Swine Wretch. Swine Drummer. Carrion Eater.

Large Carrion Eater.