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Watcher's Gravedigger

Watcher Frontal 1.png
Enemy Type Neutral
Health ??
Drops Quicksilver Bullets, Blood Gems, ??
Weak Arcane
Strong ??
Locations Chalice Dungeons


Watcher's Gravedigger is an enemy in Bloodborne.

Information

  • This enemy has 3 variations:
    • Armed with a rifle.
    • Armed with a hook.
    • Armed with a pickaxe.
  • Watchers with a rifle can switch to a hook.
  • They have a high chance to spawn the Bloodlicker upon death should they receive a visceral attacks.

Strategy

  • Watchers are normally easy to stun but they have extreme poise during melee attacks, disregarding this can easily lead to death.

















Movesets

Attack Name Attack Description
   

 

Drops

Location Icon Icon
Example 10% 90%

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Before being aggroed some can be found "mining" with their pick. This produces an audible ping similar to the sounds made by blacksmiths in the Souls games and can alert you to their presence.

 

Gallery

 

Watcher Ninja.png

 

 

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    • Anonymous

      27 Jan 2017 00:32  

      Dunno why, but now whenever I create a dungeon, I end up encountering like 10 of these dudes wandering around with a pair of wolves in each layer of the labyrinth--no matter which region, depth, or additional rites I choose. They're not difficult, just easy to underestimate.

      I'm kind of wondering if maybe the game tries to figure out which enemies you struggle with, and if it increases their spawn rate in dungeons the more they kill you. Because holy *****, I used to NEVER encounter these guys, and now I'm lucky if I make it through a single depth/bonus room without encounter two of them.

      • Variations05 Jul 2016 14:39  

        There are at least three different variations that I have seen. The first are the ones pictured with the pick. The second hold a giant hook like thing in their left hand and a lantern in their right hand. The third are similar to the second with the lantern and hook, but they typically have an oversized pistol out which they they will switch when you get close.

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