Ashen One, bring me souls, plucked from their vessels. And if that were true, what would that make Ludleth?

And since the illusion had continued for longer than intended, it would make sense that the pygmy city would eventually fall to ash. I personally feel that the fire Filianore is keeping is the dark sign that's been branded on all humanity. Thou'st given me eyes, and such it was they shewed me. Filianore definitely seems integral to whatever story that is. Then let it find its own place, within my bosom. If you decide you'd rather link the flame, then you can just kill her and get the eyes back, and she'll respawn when you sit at the bonfire. I mean, I know it's basically what every Hollywood movie teaches us these days, but in Dark Souls at least, Humans are the most trod upon, most abused race.

Stay thy path, find lords to link the fire, and i will blindly tend to the flame. Once you have them, return to Firelink and give them to the Firekeeper. Information here is accurate for version 1.79.

Choosing "Wish for a world without flame": When selecting "Talk" for the second time after giving her the eyes, When selecting "Talk" for all following times after giving her the eyes, When selecting "Leave" after giving her the eyes, After the Lords of Cinder have met their thrones and she does not have the Eyes of a Fire Keeper, After the Lords of Cinder have met their thrones and she does have the Eyes of a Fire Keeper, After kneeling at the bonfire and if she has the Eyes of a Fire Keeper, After calling the Fire Keeper for the Dark Ending, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. Cannot be sold I hate to bring out the whole "time is convoluted" excuse, but remember that the shrine we found them in was from a dimension where the champion never made it.

Mayst thou thy peace discov'r. Until the day of thy grand betrayal.

But one day, tiny flames will dance across the darkness. How gracious of thee, ashen one.

All thanks to thee, most worthy of lords. With the Fire Keeper Soul, she can heal the Dark Sigils, thus preventing the Lord of Hollows ending. This will be our private affair. She's immortal, I think, at least when she has the eyes. May the flames guide thee. Everyone's been awesome here, and I've loved the chance to spit lore with you. My mind is blown. In the past world of no matches, and no easy ways of making fire under wet conditions, it was necessary for someone to always be present to keep the flames or red coals burning for long periods of time. While I do realize that the length of this post is stepping into tl;dr territory, I would be remiss if I did not end on a quote from my all-time favorite Souls NPC, Aldia: “Once, the Lord of Light banished Dark and all that stemmed from humanity, and men assumed a fleeting form.

Very well. Then call upon me. Imagine waking up millions of years into the future, her race largely extinguished, humans have devoured through everything like locust, and created a Mandelbrot set of human failure and instability, dead kingdoms piled on top of each other, endless suffering and atrocities, and fillianore is buried under it all. I'd never even considered that. Ashen one, is this truly thy wish? I personally think its culture shock, Fillianore is from the first kingdom that kickstarted the cycles, and shes been asleep ever since, with her light being a means to contrast and balance (this is the key word here) all the dark around the ringed city (including darkeater midr hence his title). For the original text, scroll to the bottom. Because it's really damn easy to forget about an item that made absolutely no sense in context of the base game that you found a year ago.

By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Find out what you can do. Can be given to the Fire Keeper in order to progress towards the End of Fire ending.

View/set parent page (used for creating breadcrumbs and structured layout). Your trusted source of information for Dark Souls 3, "Talk" command the second time before creating the bonfire, When selecting "Give Eyes of a Fire Keeper", When interacting with her for the first time after giving her the eyes, "Talk" command for the first time after giving her the eyes. 1 Let him grant death… An exile of the pygmy lords who sought to reverse Filianore's great betrayal by linking the fire? It reveals to the sightless Fire Keepers things that they should never see. A world without fire. To Lothric, where the homes of the Lords converge. Said to be the eyes of the first Fire Keeper, and the light that was lost by all Fire Keepers to come. Lore A pair of dark eyes. And who would be the guardian of the world's end but Gwyn’s youngest daughter Filianore, who rests in the Ringed City, appears to be missing her eyes, and wearing a headdress that is very similar to the piece worn by the firekeeper at the shrine. If you decide you'd rather link the flame, then you can just kill her and get the eyes back, and she'll respawn when you sit at the bonfire. The eyes show a world without fire, a vast stretch of darkness. Given to the Fire Keeper adds an option to her services to unlock the End of Fire ending. … much like what lies within me… I will return as the Firekeeper I once was. Ashen one, may I pose thee a question?

Allows the player to level up in exchange for souls. To this end, if that were true, what would that make Ludleth? #1. The only reason I looked back at it was because someone had mentioned here that they believed Filainore was the first Firekeeper, and I remembered seeing that in an item description. When we talk to our pal Ludleth, he gives us a little insight into these "things that they should not see": "Mayhap I should apprise thee... Of what thin light of these eyes might reveal to the eyeless firekeeper. The Lords have left their thrones, and must be deliver'd to them. Sovereignless souls will become thy strength. Ashen One, produce the coiled sword at the bonfire.

The existence of this wall is hinted by the shorter length that corridor has, if compared to its normal shrine version counterpart. See pages that link to and include this page. …Ashen one, are these… …are theses eyes? Please never forget that the theories posted on this subreddit or anywhere else are nothing but that, theories. These are the roots of our world. Click here to toggle editing of individual sections of the page (if possible). UPDATE: After careful thought, could the fire Filianore keeps be that which the gods had branded on the souls of every man?

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She loses hope in the fire linking which is why she will help you end it.

These will reveal, through a sliver of light, frightfull images of betrayal. Fire Keeper Ashen one, my thanks for the eyes thou'st given. I will return as the Fire Keeper I once was. The fire fades… Of course. Eyes of a Fire Keeper, if given to her Notes If killed, she will always respawn at Firelink Shrine. I'm truly sorry.

Welcome to the bonfire, Unkindled One. No one else may know of this. Said to be the eyes of the first Fire Keeper, and the light that was lost by all Fire Keepers to come.

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Change the name (also URL address, possibly the category) of the page. If given. I personally believe the great betrayal was branding all of humanity with the dark sign and relegating their existence to an illusion of grand prosperity when their kind was in actuality living in a wasteland of ash. …and the lords go without thrones. Most Firekeepers are human right? Ashen one, is Notify administrators if there is objectionable content in this page.

Its cool to see how all this played out, all this big misteries finally making some sense after all, its awesome how they had planned this stuff from the begining. An eternal or perpetual flame provides hot coals for the kindling of other fires in the community. And people were saying this DLC was lacking Lore.