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Bonfires in Dark Souls 3 are safe points within Locations where players can rest, repair equipment, recover estus and travel to other already discovered bonfires. From a bonfire you select the following menu options:

  • Travel
  • Attune Spell
  • Organize Storage box
  • Burn Undead Bone Shard
  • Begin journey X (X = amount of times played through on character + 1. This will progress you to a new game cycle. Option only available once an ending has been reached).
  • Leave

The bonfire in firelink shrine can be upgraded (marked as bonfire level) using undead bone shards, thus increasing the amount of health regained per Estus. You can give an Estus Shard to Blacksmith Andre to increase the amount of Estus Flasks available.

In addition to bonfire checkpoints, there are rare healing stations along the way called Estus Soup where you can drink from a cauldron to restore your HP and FP gauges.

The Ember icons to the right of the Location names indicate the presence of a Host of Ember.

 

List of Bonfires: Map over all the bonfires

Cemetery of Ash

  • Firelink Shrine
  • Cemetary of Ash
  • Iudex Gundyr
  • Untended Graves
  • Champion Gundyr

High Wall of Lothric

  • High Wall of Lothric
  • Tower on the Wall
  • Vordt of the Boreal Valley
  • Dancer of the Boreal Valley
  • Oceiros, the Consumed King

Undead Settlement

  • Foot of the High Wall
  • Undead Settlement
  • Cliff Underside
  • Dilapidated Bridge
  • Pit of Hollows

Road of Sacrifices

  • Road of Sacrifices
  • Halfway Fortress
  • Crucifixion Woods
  • Crystal Sage
  • Farron Keep
  • Keep Ruins
  • Farron Keep Perimeter
  • Old Wolf of Farron
  • Abyss Watchers

Cathedral of the Deep

  • Cathedral of the Deep
  • Cleansing Chapel
  • Rosaria's Bed Chamber
  • Deacons of the Deep

Catacombs of Carthus

  • Catacombs of Carthus
  • High Lord Wolnir
  • Abandoned Tomb
  • Old King's Antechamber
  • Demon Ruins
  • Old Demon King

Irithyll of the Boreal Valley

  • Irithyll of the Boreal Valley
  • Central Irithyll
  • Church of Yorshka
  • Distant Manor
  • Pontiff Sulyvahn
  • Water Reserve
  • Anor Londo
  • Prison Tower
  • Aldrich, Devourer of Gods

Irithyll Dungeon

  • Irithyll Dungeon
  • Profaned Capital
  • Yhorm the Giant

Lothric Castle

  • Lothric Castle
  • Dragon Barracks
  • Dragonslayer Armor
  • Grand Archives
  • Twin Princes

Archdragon Peak

  • Archdragon Peak
  • Dragon-Kin Mausoleum
  • Great Belfry
  • Nameless King

Kiln of the First Flame

  • Flameless Shrine
  • Kiln of the First Flame

The Painted World of Ariandel

  • Snowfield
  • Rope Bridge Cave
  • Corvian Settlement
  • Snowy Mountain Pass
  • Ariandel Chapel
  • Sister Friede
  • Depth of the Painting
  • Champion's Gravetender

The Dreg Heap

  • The Dreg Heap
  • Earthen Peak Ruins
  • Within the Earthen Peak Ruins
  • The Demon Prince

The Ringed City

  • Mausoleum Lookout
  • Ringed Inner Wall
  • Ringed City Streets
  • Shared Grave
  • Church of Filianore
  • Darkeater Midir
  • Filianore's Rest
  • Slave Knight Gael



    • Seriously FromSoft? Nice role model skills15 Sep 2016 23:28  

      Why do you use Bonfires as the teleportation marks around the map? I don't want my child playing this game and thinking sitting around Bonfires is okay.. Because we all know bonfires lead to marijuana. Why couldn't you have used something more family friendly, like a board game? I'm tired of you guys over at FROMSOFT pushing drugs on my children!<br/><br/>Sincerely, concerned parents everywhere

      • What do I do??15 Jul 2016 00:07  

        So, I killed the giant guy boss first try, had a name that started with a y, forgot how to spell it. Then I'm summoned to some wierd place. A lady dies, a cutscene starts, and I try to fight the dancer guy. I die. I didnt get a bonfire there, so how do i get back to it??<br/>

        • Dont understand the bonfire connection chart04 May 2016 06:34  

          What are you trying to show with this? You can warp anywhere, or walk if you really want. I really dont understand the "connections" ... please explain?

          • Lothric word origin04 May 2016 04:05  

            A little theory I came up with regarding From Soft's development of the word Lothric. Not sure if someone has already thought of this but I will post it anyway ahaha<br/><br/>'Lo'rdran = Lo<br/><br/>Dark souls 'thr'ee = thr<br/><br/>Drangle'ic' = ic <br/><br/>:0

            • Do it!25 Apr 2016 21:08  

              Dying on top of every bonfire in the game gives you the item "Eternally Scorched Woodchips" - these can be used to set up a bonfire ANYWHERE you want! So remember, as you play through the game, drag mobs onto bonfires and die on top of every one at least once! <br/>Trust me. :)

              • Poison/Bleed and two other build ups17 Apr 2016 05:58  

                Whenever I travel with a bonfire my poison and bleed build up, with two other things. I guess curse and something. Do more people have this? Is it something I did?

                • Unable to warp to bonfires12 Apr 2016 10:18  

                  Occaisionally, I will not be able to warp to a bonfire and I have not figured out why yet. I lit the first bonfire at the High Wall and can warp to that, but after lighting the Tower on the Wall I cannot teleport to TotW. When I try, the text is greyed out, and there is an odd yellow icon to the left of it. Any thoughts? Might be useful to add to this entry...

                  • wondering27 Mar 2016 02:18  

                    Is there any reason why someone adds anor londo as its own region when its in fact part of the Irithyll of the Boreal Valley region in the game. Splitting it up would make sense in a progression guide but this is just to list up the bonfires :P

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