Divine Blessing is a Consumable in Dark Souls 3.

Divine Blessing

Holy water blessed by the Queen of Lothric.

Fully restores HP and cures ailments.

The Queen of Lothric, married to the former King Oceiros, was initially revered as a goddess of fertility and bounty. After giving birth to Ocelotte, her youngest, she quietly disappeared.


Divine Blessing Usage



Divine Blessing Locations

  • Can be obtained as a Burial Gift.
  • One is for sale by Greirat for 8,000 souls, after he goes scavenging.
  • 1x in a chest in Irithyll of the Boreal Valley, after you leave the kitchen where you find the Estus Soup, head up the stairs to find a Silver Knight looking at a painting of Gwynevere head to the left of the knight and up the stairs, turn around at the top and walk past the urns to the three chests along the wall, the Divine Blessing will be in the leftmost chest. (Video)
  • Dropped by the Silver Knight in the same room with the paintings.
  • 1x at Grand Archives. Video Location.
  • Dropped by the Judicator Giants in the Ringed City.







  • In the original Dark Souls, this item description directly refers to Gwynevere as the goddess of fertility and bounty, which could mean that she is the Queen of Lothric.


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    • Anonymous

      12 Jul 2021 18:10  

      let's hope ER doesn't have rare items like this that has to be dupped so you can be on par with everyone else.
      either everyone has them or no one does.

      • Anonymous

        09 Aug 2020 15:30  

        I think the queen is Rosaria. She was a daughter of Gwynevere (or great-granddaughter?) I don’t know how many generations have passed since the events of DS1

        • Anonymous

          23 Apr 2020 14:39  

          I save them for boss fights on NG+ playthroughs where I'm out of estus but think I can win the fight. Had an epic one against Gael on NG+2 where I needed to use it but I had forgot to put it in the toolbar menu and I really suck at quick-menuing so I was frantically running away from Gael while trying to give myself time to pull it up, use it, and have it take effect. Was just barely able to get the last few hits in to finish him off while he was preparing his skulls explosion. It was the most intense fight I've ever had in this game. Might need a sunbro to help in NG+3.

          • Anonymous

            20 Feb 2019 10:36  

            If we're going off the english translation, it's canon that the queen of lothric was Gwynevere. It pretty explicitly says that the queen was "initially revered as a goddess of fertility and bounty", Gwynevere's own spheres of influence as stated in the item description of the divine blessing in Ds1. The argument of the japanese translation applies both ways, you can say the translation "might be wrong" and point out that japanese to english is an iffy business, but you can day the same back. The english translation might've been what they were going for in the original japanese text or it could've been the only way TO accurately translate it to english. Either way, time leans towards that the english translation was right, the item description wasn't patched. You could argue that it's her daughter, but there is no proof. It was never said any of her daughters were worshipped.

            • Anonymous

              10 Sep 2018 17:51  

              I don't know why it doesn't insta-heal like it does in DS1. The animation is already slow enough to where that is a non-issue. Especially since you can only carry one. No point using this at low HP; you will die because of the slow animation.

              • Anonymous

                26 Aug 2017 01:57  

                Soo.. I feel like I shluld mention
                If you use them while summoned you get them back when you return to your world
                So kinda like an extra estus while summoned

                • Anonymous

                  27 Apr 2017 15:13  

                  The Japanese description of the item confirms that the Queen is not Gwynevere. It says that the Queen was "compared" / "likened" to the Goddess of fertility.


                  • Anonymous

                    15 Apr 2017 17:37  

                    This page needs updating. Had 28 By the end of my third playthrough (I guess I missed a couple) Looks like 5 were added with the ring city because I dont think I picked up any in AoA. 2 Judicator's drop them the other three are around I guess. One final note there are 5 in the base game with out the Burial Gift yet this page only lists 4.

                    • Anonymous

                      03 Sep 2016 17:41  

                      i would rather dsay that the queen of lothric is gwynever daughter than gwynevere herself, its stated that she had several child, maybe the queen was her firstborne, and so had the similar powers just like nameless king has gwyns powers

                      • Anonymous

                        07 Jul 2016 15:07  

                        The implication that Gwynevere was the queen of Lothric is interesting, considering that Lothric Castle and the Grand Archives are littered with statues of what appears to be a primordial serpent. The serpent depicted in the statues could very well be Frampt, an ally of Gwyn and the age of fire. With Gwyn consumed by the first flame, Frampt must have turned to Gwynevere to create a new dynasty which would perpetuate the age of fire.If the unnamed queen IS Gwynevere, then this marks the second time that she has mysteriously vanished during a crisis. In DS1, she left Anor Londo along with all of the other gods when the first flame began to dim, going who-knows-where. Could she or Frampt have foreseen the crisis of the fading of the fire once again in DS3, and abandoned Lothric as a result?

                        • Anonymous

                          20 May 2016 18:20  

                          in the italian translation Ocelotte is refer has a female (figlia = daughter),surely is a mistranslation but in this way it seems maybe Ocelotte = Yorshka xd

                          • Anonymous

                            18 May 2016 08:39  

                            Weirdly, I've had two of these, and two hidden blessings disappear from my storage. I bought them from the Handmaiden and Greirat last time I played, and when I looked today, they were gone, and can't be bought again. Any suggestions as to what mayhave happened?

                            • Anonymous

                              27 Apr 2016 05:48  

                              The queen of Oceiros is most likely Gwynnivere. The Divine blessing refers to the Queen that married Oceiros as "a goddess bounty and fertility." A goddess who birthed Ocelotte and then disappeared. Now if we refer back to the item description of the divine blessing from dark souls 1, it states "Holy Water from the Goddess Gwynevere. Fully restore HP and undo irregularities. The Goddess of Sunlight, Gwynevere, daughter of the great Lord of Sunlight Gwyn, is cherished by all as a symbol of bounty and fertility."So if we take the "divine blessing's" item description from Dark Souls 1, we know Gwynnivere is a Goddess of Bounty and fertility. In dark souls 3 the very SAME item mentions that a Goddess of Bounty and Fertility married Oceiros and birthed Ocelotte, and then disappeared, much like Gwynnevere. (this also seems to be a nod towards the fan theory from dark souls 1, the theory that Gwynnevere bore the child of an seath (that child being priscilla). However, in this scenario we have Gwynnevere marrying someone obsessed with dragons (oceiros), and bearing his child, maybe she saw a little seath in him, and was won over, who knows. Coincidentally, we also have another half-breed, yorshka, and while its stated their youngest childs name was ocelotte it doesnt rule out any others, you have to admit its more than a little suspicious.)While all that may be speculation, i think the correlation of the inscriptions on the divine blessings is pretty conclusive that Gwynnivere is married to Oceiros, and served as a queen for some period.

                              • Anonymous

                                17 Apr 2016 17:24  

                                Obviously this means the queen is none other than Gwynevere. There could have been a divorce with the god Flann, or Flann could have died, or there could have just been a name changing, or any number of explanations can be made, but the one solid truth is that the Queen of Lothric is most certainly Gwynevere.

                                • 12 Apr 2016 22:41  

                                  I saw Greirat was selling 1x Divine Blessing after his first time scavenging for me, it would be nice if someone could confirm that this happens every time, and whether the quantity can change or not.

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