Eyes of a Fire Keeper is a Key Item in Dark Souls 3.

Eyes of a Fire Keeper


A pair of dark eyes.

Said to be the eyes of the first Fire Keeper, and the light that was lost by all Fire Keepers to come.

It reveals to the sightless Fire Keepers things that they should never see.

 

Eyes of a Fire Keeper Usage

  • Can be given to the Fire Keeper in the hub version of Firelink Shrine. She will then offer to "remove fire from the world".
  • Talking to Ludleth the Exiled while in possesion of the eyes will change his dialogue to explain the background story of the untended graves and the owner of the eyes.
  • The effects of giving the eyes to the Fire Keeper changes the Firelink Shrine music, changes the Fire Keeper`s dialogue, as well as providing option of the Betrayal Ending.
  • If the Fire Keeper is killed after giving her the eyes, the eyes will be returned to the player and then everything will become as if you had never given them in the first place. Note that you can still return the eyes to her after this happens.

 

 

Eyes of a Fire Keeper Locations

  • Found in the dark Firelink Shrine in the Untended Graves secret area. Located on the floor at the end of the lower west hallway behind an illusory wall, in the same location where the cleric, Irina of Carim, resides in the hub world.
  • Fextra Video Location

 

 

Notes

 

 

Story & Lore

  • These eyes belong an overarching theme that couples the human pupils to a more profound, spiritual darkness [1].

 




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    • Anonymous

      26 Jul 2020 06:01  

      Why does this page called the "End of Fire" ending, the "betrayal" ending? Doesn't really make sense unless it is mentioned as such somewhere in the game. Linking the Fire would be the betrayal as you are Undead Human ie. you should work to bring about the end of the Age of Lords/Fire unless you "betray" humanity to again help Gwyn continue his Age. At least that's how I personally interpret the games' Ages and I've seen lore channels state similar conclusions due to Gwyn's actions. "End of Fire" is the proper name for the ending or Age of Dark ending perhaps.

      • Anonymous

        15 Jun 2020 23:25  

        So i got the link the fire ending without exploring the untended graves. later i went there and got the eyes, now if i give the eyes to the firekeeper, can i get the end the fire ending too?

        • Anonymous

          25 Apr 2020 04:23  

          Gave the eyes to her accidentally, declined, killed her and there is no more eyes on the inventory. Is this ok?

          • Anonymous

            24 Apr 2020 01:51  

            Ooooh. There is mentioned about dissapear of these eyes with words "in some instances".. What are those instances? Because i really want "End of Fire" ending and Irina is sitting next to me in Firelink Shrine.. :( Please answer someone :((

            • Anonymous

              10 Apr 2020 02:51  

              It's weird to say this now, but from looking at the body where you find the eyes... The marks over the eyes region look a lot like the wax covering the girl's eyes in Demon's Souls.

              • Anonymous

                26 Mar 2020 10:47  

                Hi, what happens if you give her the Eyes and then choose Decline and you dont kill her? She will still have the Eyes, but does it count as accepting and "Wishing for a world without flame" OR it counts as if i never gave her those Eyes? Thanks and sorry for my english

                • Anonymous

                  05 Feb 2019 23:32  

                  These eyes belong to the First Fire Keeper, and Ludleth has been a Lord of Cinder in the past. Since he speaks about helping “her” cope with the visions, that implies that he was part of the first set of Lords of Cinder. This would also reinforce (but would not prove) the theory that he’s also one of the Pygmy Lords, but because he volunteered to become a Lord of Cinder, he wasn’t imprisoned with the rest of them.

                  • Anonymous

                    26 Oct 2018 05:37  

                    Interestingly this ideology correlates with the painted world DLC. According to the bird thing npc that was sitting in the chair. The proper use of the flame is to burn way a rotting world then allow the next world to be born. Similar to hat ludleth apparently did. The betrayal seems to be towards the "Gods" race as theh need the flame to remain in power and not lose to humanity. The truth is that they are being accommodated for a living a lie. -sheba

                    • Anonymous

                      02 Sep 2018 22:41  

                      I hate this item, if you have these eyes and not going for the betrayal ending, it's either, 'is there something I should know', then you give her the eyes and it's all 'please kill me' the moral to this story is? Don't talk to a blind person if you have eyes.

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