Braille Divine Tome of Carim is a Key Item in Dark Souls 3.

Braille Divine Tome of Carim

A sacred braille tome from Carim, filled with advanced miracles.
Give to a storyteller to learn advanced Carim miracles.
In the Way of White, there is a tradition of placing great faith in the words of the blind, and braille tomes are not unusual.


Braille Divine Tome of Carim Usage



Braille Divine Tome of Carim Location

  • Found at Road of Sacrifices. Before the Halfway Fortress bonfire, going through the right (from the bonfire), under the bridge with the caster. Drop down onto the ledge. It will be on the end of the ledge in the cave along with Morne's Ring guarded by two dogs. Video location




  • Player Notes




- It seems that Braille could be a translation error. In Japanese, Braille is not called Braille, but is another word that can be literally translated to "dot-words".

- Louis Braille lived in France during the 1800s, making Braille's existence impossible unless Dark Souls 3 takes place in the future, and in the real world. (The same could be said about the English language being used, since the Souls games do not even take place on Earth. Braille is being used as a term to describe a language that allows for blind people to read with their fingers.)


    • 13 Jan 2017 21:19  

      Changed the Trivia by crossing out the blatantly incorrect information and separating the two thoughts, as well as adding a proper reason as to WHY it is incorrect. I'll leave it to a mod or admin to decide if it should be removed.

      • 24 Dec 2016 02:43  

        that "trivia" is utterly stupid and should be removed. it's a fantasy video game, literally NONE of the weapons for instance make sense if you try to imagine how they came about outside of real-world historical context. might as well put in the trivia of every weapon, "likely a translation error, as this weapon was invented at such and such a time at such and such a place, making it impossible to exist in Dark Souls".

        • "translation error"24 Jul 2016 15:57  

          In that same line of thought the Lucerne Hammer would be a mistranslation as it was specifically named that for it's invention in Lucerne Switzerland in the 15th century

          • "Translation error"14 May 2016 18:35  

            Yeah... I don't think that a Braille tome, that describes being important to the blind, is really a translation error.<br/><br/>Time isn't constant in the Dark Souls universe either, so even if you apply real world logic to something that really doesn't need real world logic to make sense, it would still be wrong, as all time happens at once in the world of Dark Souls 3.

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