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Painting Woman

NPC
General Info
Health Souls Location Drops
???? -- Painted World of Ariandel --


Painting Woman is an NPC in Dark Souls 3.

Painting Woman Information

  • Killable, but respawns after reload.
  • After she moves to the attic and the Sister Friede is killed, talk to her then return to corvian village then talk to the Corvian Settler outside the house to receive a Titanite Slab.
  • Cannot be summoned
  • Changes in NG+
  • List of items that refer to this NPC
  • Will occationally wave goodybye to the player when leaving after talking to her.

 

Location

  • You can find Painting Woman at Painted World of Ariandel, in the attic you unlock with the Contraption Key after defeating Sir Vilhelm.
  • Relocates to the Ariandel Chapel after unlocking the sliding altar in the lower level of the room filled with flies and corpses. Take the ladder up the wall near the bonfire to find her.
  • If killed, can be seen at the same place you killed her.
  • Also found in The Ringed City

 

Drops

  • Do not give any souls when killed.
  • No items.

 

Combat Information

  • Does not fight back.

 

Dialogue

First encounter dialogue:

 

I believe...I feel the scent of ash upon thee.
Thou'rt the one of whom uncle Gael spoke.
The one to show me flame.

Tis good. When this is done, may I return.
The door is open thanks to thee.

Tis good, I'll head off to paint.
I promised uncle Gael I would."

After she relocates to the Cathedral where Sister Friede is:

 

Thou'rt Ash.
Thou'st a pact made with uncle Gael.
So I wish to tell thee all.
Behold its size. This is my canvas.
It's to be a cold, dark, and very gentle place.
...But first, I must see flame.
I wish to paint a picture.
Of a cold, dark, and very gentle place.
One day, it will make someone a goodly home.
That's why I must see flame."

After defeating Sister Friede:

 

"Those who aren't ken to fire cannot paint a world.
Those absorbed by fire, must not paint a world.
Don't worry, I haven't forgotten, Mother...
I can hear the fire crackle...
And soon, I will see it...
My thanks, Ashen One.
I will finish the painting.
Of a cold, dark, and very gentle place.
So that it might make a home for someone, someday."

"...my thanks, Ashen One
I can almost see the flame...
Soon, uncle Gael will bring me the pigment
I wonder if he has found it
The dark soul of man..."

 

After killed: 

Ashen one, i cannot die.

I have a world to paint."

 

In The Ringed City DLC: 

...Ashen One, thy gift of flame has taken root. And Uncle Gael will soon bring the pigment.
Pigment coloured like the dark soul of man.

I wonder if Uncle Gael has found it?
The pigment coloured like the dark soul of man.

My thanks, Ashen One.
With this will I paint a world. Please tell me thy name.
I would name this painting after thee.
My thanks. I will paint a world of that name.
Twill be a cold, dark, and very gentle place.
And one day, it will make someone a goodly home.
I see. We are much alike.
Twill be a cold, dark, and very gentle place.
And one day, it will make someone a goodly home.
Then I will name this painting "Ash".

I wonder when Uncle Gael intends his return.
I hope the new painting will be to him a gentle home.
My thanks, Ashen One.
I will assuredly finish the painting.
Of a cold, dark, and very gentle place.
One day, it will make someone a goodly home.

 

Trivia

  • Voice actors, chracter inspirations, fan art, cosplay goes here.
  • She may be related to Pricilla or Yorshka, as she seems to have scales on her neck, hands and feet.

 

 

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    • 26 Jun 2017 22:03  

      The painting woman's (Aria's for brevity) Mother seems to be a oracle based on the theory that the friendly Corvian, Father Ariandel and undoubtedly Aria are quoting her prophecies. Sadly she leaves her child nameless and in the care of an ancient undead knight... Gael, who we find praying to a weeping statue depicting the "Mother of the Forlorn". This same Mother is likely depicted in the statues in the painted world which Elfriede or Vilhelm seemed to have destroyed before coercing Father Ariandel to embrace the rot. But why would they behead the statues of this woman when Elfriede had already taken on the likeness of the woman depicted? Perhaps anger for a Furtive Mother who seems to abandon her children... Elfriede, a former maiden of Kaathe likely thought she would create a new world (Londor) when she linked the flame but she was instead burned to ash. Sullen and forlorn she drifts into a painting where she finds out she was merely a pawn in this Mother's grand prophecy to instead allow her nameless crossbreed daughter to paint a new world... A Prophetic Mother also possibly depicted in the statue of a woman impersonating a serpent. A statue in front of a bonfire that cleverly happens to transport Chosen Ash to the Dreg Heap and eventually the Ringed City. A Mother of the Forlorn
      "For thou who art Undead art Chosen..." and "When the Ashes are two a Flame Alighteth"

      • 31 May 2017 12:58  

        As usual the person who wrote this entry is an idiot. What "ladder" is this talking about? What the ***** do you mean by "Cathedral"? Do you mean the Chapel? Because there's no ladder there. This is ridiculous.

        • 28 May 2017 07:52  

          I think that the half dragons aren't given names, as Yorshka's Chime implies that she also had no name until Gwyndolin gave it to her. Priscilla was perhaps named by her disciples when she became the mistress of the painted world. Probably has to do with their undesired nature.

          • 17 May 2017 00:45  

            What if your name was cainhurst? Then she'd be painting castle cainhurst, it fits the description, a cold dark very gentle place.
            Very much like the paintings.

            • 17 May 2017 00:35  

              What if your name was cainhurst? Then she'd be painting castle cainhurst, it fits the description, a cold dark and very gentle place. Very much like the paintings.

              • 05 May 2017 02:41  

                After seeing the pygmy with the crown crawling away from Gael, I suspect she may be a pygmy herself. They're both small in form have long flowing white hair and are related to the dark soul.

                • 30 Apr 2017 13:51  

                  what makes the chapel of Ariendel go up in flames. In my first play thru it was in flames before going into the second dlc but with my ng+, the chapel is not on fire and the painter does not say the dialog of "flames taking route"

                  • 22 Apr 2017 09:27  

                    Is it possible that this girl is Ocellotte, the daughter of the Consumed King Oceiros? Much like in Dark Souls 1 she's a crossbreed in a painting, and it's speculated that Priscilla's father was Seath. Oceiros was consumed by Seath's soul, so if we're meant to draw parallels between the two games it not too far of a stretch to assume this girl may be Ocellotte.

                    • 14 Apr 2017 02:33  

                      "My thanks, Ashen One.
                      With this will I paint a world. Please tell me thy name.
                      I would name this painting after thee.
                      My thanks. I will paint a world of that name.

                      A world called...TitsMcFartPuss"

                      Based on most DS3 character names, this place shall be truly beautiful.

                      • 09 Apr 2017 09:28  

                        This charactet is from ringed city, Gael escorted her( he have a red hood like gwyns followers. Perhaps Filianore daughter, you know the egg? dragonegg

                        • 08 Apr 2017 07:36  

                          So there is no point in giving her Gael's 'dark soul'? Any point in saying you have a name/no name? Why no mention of all this? Where is the mention of her room being on fire?

                          • 01 Apr 2017 09:47  

                            Look closely at the painting. Now look at the cover of Bloodborne. The lines on the painting suggest the same forms as that cover. It might be a long shot but it's definitely remarkable!

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