The Nameless King, also known as the King of the Storm, is an optional boss in Dark Souls III. He is a giant golden-armored man with long strands of bristling ash for hair, who wields a massive spear and rides atop a huge corvine dragon.
The Nameless King was a dragon-slaying god of war in the Age of the Gods and heir to lightning, until he sacrificed everything to ally with the ancient dragons. He tamed a Stormdrake and formed a close bond with it, leading it to countless battles.
It is heavily implied that the Nameless King is the long-speculated firstborn child of Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight.
Powers and Stats
Name: The Nameless King, King of the Storm
Origin: Dark Souls
Age: Unknown, likely thousands of years old
Classification: Undead Warrior-King, Deity
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Flight, Electricity Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Fire Manipulation (Via his Stormdrake), Immortality (Types 1), Weapon Mastery, Control over his Stormdrake
Attack Potency: Country level (Has killed many Everlasting Dragons)
Lifting Strength: Class M+
Striking Strength: Country Class
Durability: Country level (Took multiple hits from the Ashen One at the time)
Stamina: Very high
Range: Extended melee range, hundreds of meters with fire and lightning.
Standard Equipment: Dragonslayer Swordspear.
Intelligence: Possesses incredible combat skill with his Stormdrake and spear.
Weaknesses: His Stormdrake is weak to lightning while the King himself is somewhat vulnerable to fire.
- Aerial Fire Breath: Flies straight up into the air and spews fire straight down in a large area.
- Lightning Storm: The King slowly pulls out his weapon, creating a lightning strike on the enemy's location.
- Expanding Lightning: The King creates a Sunlight Spear, and strikes it into the ground. After a short while, smaller lightning bolts fire out from that location, traveling by the floor.
- Spear-Sword Stab: The King prepares a large stab, rushing towards his enemy with great speed. If it lands, the enemy is lifted upwards and struck by lightning.