Eye Of the Priestess

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The eye of the First Priestess
who watched over Eleum Loyce.
Allows one to see the unseen.
All the great priestesses replaced
one of their birth eyes with this,
returning it after their term was complete"

 Eye of the Priestess is a Key item in Dark Souls 2.

 

 

Usage

  • Allows you to see enemies with a cloak effect. This includes Aava, the King's Pet and invisible soldiers through the Ivory Crown DLC.
  • Allows you to see cloaked enemies in the Shaded Woods, both fog area and the ones in Shaded Ruins. (SotFS only)
  • Allows you to see a hidden ladder on the rampart closest to the starting bonfire (Eye is not required to climb).
  • Allows you to see the summon sign of Masterless Glencour on the path to the Aava boss fight.

 

Location

 

Keys
 
Aldia Key  ♦  Antiquated Key  ♦  Ashen Mist Heart  ♦  Bastille Key  ♦  Brightstone Key  ♦  Dragon Stone  ♦  Dragon Talon  ♦  dull ember  ♦  Eternal Sanctum Key  ♦  Fang Key  ♦  Forgotten Key  ♦  Frozen Flower  ♦  Garrison Ward Key  ♦  Giant's Kinship  ♦  Heavy Iron Key  ♦  House Key  ♦  Iron Key  ♦  Key to King's Passage  ♦  Ladder Miniature  ♦  Lenigrast's Key  ♦  Rotunda Lockstone  ♦  Scorching Iron Scepter  ♦  Soldier Key  ♦  Tower Key  ♦  Tseldora Den Key  ♦  Undead Lockaway Key



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    • Anonymous

      24 Oct 2020 23:49  

      i was doing a build where you can beat the dlc early pretty easily using the ring of champions. i beat all three and after that went to the shaded woods to find that the ghosts were visible! thats such a cool detail!

      • Anonymous

        20 Feb 2020 18:29  

        It should be noted that having the Eye of the Priestess in your inventory alone does not seem to be the trigger for making Aava visible. While playing with item randomizer and keys randomized I found the Eye of the Priestess before I took it from the altar and went to the Aava fight only to find that the summon signs were not there- and Aava was still 'invisible' . I've yet to test activating the altar without having the key in my inventory yet but I'd venture to guess that it's the taking of the item (regardless of what the item gets randomized to)- from the altar that activates these effects rather than having the key item in your inventory at all. There may be something else to this that I'm not quite getting- and it could use a little more testing- but for anyone playing with random keys on an item randomizer- it seems you must go and take the item from the altar regardless of if you have the Eye of the Priestess in your inventory.

        • Anonymous

          09 Dec 2017 00:58  

          Does it remain in your inventory in subsequent playthroughs? If so, this really needs to be listed on the page.

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