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Prism Stone

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A slightly warm rock.
Emits a beautiful, phasing aura of seven colors, with a very rare eighth.
The prism stone does nothing special, but if you feel you may lose your way, it can serve as a path marker."

Prism Stone is a type of consumable in Dark Souls 2.

 

 

Usage

  • Can be used to mark a path, or to see whether or not a fall is fatal.
  • Can be traded for lowest tier items with Dyna & Tillo in Things Betwixt.

 

Location

 

Tips

  • Using these in the Rat King Covenant can draw a gray phantom's attention with clever use. Either activate the item to give off the colorful effect or 'Leave' one somewhere to trick greedy players.
  • Once the stone hits the ground, it will play one of two sounds- the soft tone meaning it's a survivable fall, or the blaring sound meaning a drop to your death.

 

Notes

  • Dyna & Tillo will not accept stacked stones. You may stand in the nest and select "Leave" and drop them individually to receive a reward. You may drop many individual stones one at a time and receive all the rewards at once.
  • You will always receive a reward of the same or a greater tier value.
  • Unlike the counterpart in Dark Souls, this one has a maximum cap to prevent lagging, 30 prisms at max.

 

Offerings and Corresponding Tier Rewards

Offer Tier Item Likely to Receive (Random)
Prism Stone Lowest Small Orange Burr, Fading Soul, Homeward Bone, Small Blue Burr, Small Yellow Burr, Rubbish. Human Effigy
Small Smooth and Silky Stone Low Lifegem, Soul of a Lost Undead, Soul of a Proud Knight, Titanite Shard, Titanite Chunk, Cracked Red Eye Orb, Cracked Blue Eye Orb,
Smooth and Silky Stone Medium Twinkling Titanite, Boltstone, Magic Stone, Firedrake Stone, Poison Stone, Bleed Stone, Darknight Stone, Raw Stone, Faintstone, Old Mundane Stone, Amber Herb, Human Effigy, Divine Blessing, Crimson Water
Petrified Something High Titanite Slab, Petrified Dragon Bone, Old Whip, White Ring, Demon's Great Hammer, Channeler's Trident, Twinkling Titanite

 

Consumables
Alluring Skull  ♦  Amber Herb  ♦  Aromatic Ooze  ♦  Blackweed Balm  ♦  Bleeding Serum  ♦  Bonfire Ascetic  ♦  Brightbug  ♦  Charcoal Pine Resin  ♦  Common Fruit  ♦  Crimson Water  ♦  Dark Pine Resin  ♦  Dark Troches  ♦  Divine Blessing  ♦  Dragon Charm  ♦  Dried Root  ♦  Elizabeth Mushroom  ♦  Estus Flask  ♦  Estus Flask Shard  ♦  Flame Butterfly  ♦  Fragrant Branch of Yore  ♦  Gold Pine Resin  ♦  Goldenfruit Balm  ♦  Green Blossom  ♦  Homeward Bone  ♦  Human Effigy  ♦  Items  ♦  Lifegem  ♦  Lloyd's Talisman  ♦  Monastery Charm  ♦  Old Growth Balm  ♦  Old Radiant Lifegem  ♦  Petrified Something  ♦  Pharros' Lockstone  ♦  Poison Moss  ♦  Radiant Lifegem  ♦  Red Leech Troches  ♦  Repair Powder  ♦  Rotten Pine Resin  ♦  Rouge Water  ♦  Rusted Coin  ♦  Silver Talisman  ♦  Simpleton's Spice  ♦  Skeptic's Spice  ♦  Small Blue Burr  ♦  Small Orange Burr  ♦  Small Smooth & Silky Stone  ♦  Small Yellow Burr  ♦  Smelter Wedge  ♦  Smooth & Silky Stone  ♦  Soul Vessel  ♦  Sublime Bone Dust  ♦  Triclops Snake Troches  ♦  Twilight Herb  ♦  Vine Balm  ♦  Wilted Dusk Herb



    • Anonymous

      31 May 2017 06:29  

      You should really be able to pick these back up again. Limited to 10 + random drops is just silly.

      Could always limit the amount Dyna & Tillo will accept. Ah, well.

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