Easter Eggs in Ashes of Ariandel - Dark Souls 3

Dark Souls is a franchise best known for its difficulty, but is also known for its secrets, optional areas and optional bosses. Dark Souls 3’s levels are full of illusionary walls and paths that can lead you to many new challenges and even whole areas that are hidden away from the eye of the player.
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Does that translate to Ashes of Ariandel? In this guide, we will show you all of the DLC’s easter eggs and secrets.

Ashes of Ariandel Priscilla’s Tower

Start at the Ariandel chapel bonfire. Head towards the exit, but turn left and head downstairs. If you don’t have the shortcut unlocked, you can see how to open it in our Parting Flame guide. Go along the right side of the room, across the small wooden bridge. Continue forward and turn left as another set of stairs will lead you to the cellar of the chapel.

Turn left after the stairs to enter the big room and then pass the big pile of junk. On the right side, one of the walls is an illusionary wall. It is close to the third pillar. Hit it with your weapon and head downstairs on the new path.

Exit the chapel, and you will find yourself on the snowy edge. Go right and carefully drop down to the lower level. Jump down on the tree and walk towards the bottom. You can already see the tower from here. Align yourself with the lower branch of the tree and jump down again.

Continue down, as you drop once again to the lower branch. When you reach the lowest part of the tree, you can jump from there onto solid ground.

Congratulations, you found Priscilla’s tower, which was the end part of the Painted world of Ariamis in the first game. You can take the Pyromancer’s Parting Flame from the corpse. If you’re embered, you can be attacked by an NPC invader and get the Floating Chaos pyromancy if you win.

As we find out more about Dark Souls 3: Ashes of Ariandel, be sure to check back if there are some new easter eggs found in this DLC.



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