https://darksouls.fandom.com/wiki/Basin_of_Vows?oldid=318102, Automatically added to the player's inventory once. you get the boss to spawn by killing her. it initiate stone statue beheading animation, just to miraculously bring down a 5ft ladder down. High Wall of Lothric Automatically added to the player's inventory once Emma, High Priestess of Lothric Castle dies as part of the storyline Dropped by Emma if the player kills her. I had defeated the three Lords of Cinder. This old hag I killed her in my ng++ because unfortunately yhorm was my third boss and she will teleprot me, and I must stay with my fried sig during his death but this idiot woman when he finished his dialogue she teleported me and I didn't not farewell him! I have a feel this has something to do with all of the beheaded Lothric Knights scattered around the High wall of Lothric. 4 years ago. The Basin of Vows is a key item required to access Lothric Castle. Basin of Vows is a Key Item in Dark Souls 3. My friend rest in peace, The first time I got this, my first thought was "Aw ***** don't tell me there's more chalice dungeons". Emma was alive and gave me the Basin of Vows and then she disappeared. Chalice used in old ceremony in which Lothric knights take their vows.It is only a formality now, but it remains as an empty practice.Place this basin at a statue of a beheading knight. Contributions to Fextralife Wikis are licensed under a, Place on the altar at the cathedral of the. 1 this is the most stupid key item ever in ds universe. Basin of Vows It is only a formality now, but it remains as empty a practice. View Location. In-game description. this does not initiate the fight, you do not place it on the alter to start the fight. Dark Souls Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Place on the statue of the beheading knight to summon the Dancer of the Boreal Valley. the hell man, why dont just climb the stone statue to reach the ladder for god sake. Instant regret gg Dancer xD. The Basin of Vows is a key item in Dark Souls III. The description of the item even states "Chalice used in old ceremony in which Lothric knights take their vows. The ladder is meant to symbolize ascension for the knights taking their vows. Place this basin at a statue of a beheading knight." Cannot be sold Were they given an order to behead themselves? Item Effect Place this basin at a statue of a beheading knight. disappointed that it didn't have more effect on the lore. Continue this thread. The Basin of Vows is a key item in Dark Souls III. The Dancer is triggered by going near the stone where you put the Basin of Vows to begin with. Place this basin at the statue of a beheading knight. Basin of Vows: Chalice used in old ceremony in which Lothric knights take their vows. When killed, or spoken to, High Priestess Emma will give the Small Lothric Banner, and later, the Basin of Vows. Chalice used in old ceremony in which Lothric Knights take their vows. The Basin of Vows is one of the Key Items found in Dark Souls 3. In NG+, is it worth to kill Emma and start to fight Dancer of the boreal Valley? No, when you place the Basin of Vows and the blood comes out the ladder falls. When I touched the statue, the boss fight with the Dancer commenced. Approaching the beheading statue behind Emma's chair with the Basin of Vows in hand will trigger the Dancer of the Boreal Valley fight. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Usage Note that if you kill her she will drop the Basin of Vows immediately, and you will be able to fight the Dancer of the Boreal Valley early. Place on the statue of the beheading knight to summon the. N/A Hide … you use it to bring the ladder down behind her after killing the boss. This reminds me of the Lordvessel, which makes sense given how much Lothric culture idolizes the sacrifice of fire linking. 600 It is only a formality now, but it remains as an empty practice. Once the Dancer has been defeated, interacting with the beheading statue will place the basin in front of it, triggering a cutscene that unlocks access to Lothric Castle. It is only a formality now, but it remains as an empty practice.