Dark Souls Estus Flasks are nothing short of a lifeline, allowing you to replenish health between bonfires. Of course, there are only so many refills available, but it's possible to increase the potency of your collection. If you're looking for more help, our Dark Souls walkthrough and guide can help with all other areas of the game, including the dreaded Taurus Demon , Capra Demon , Ornstein and Smough bosses. Fire Keeper Souls can only be attained after killing a few Fire Keepers and allowing Lautrec to kill the Firekeeper in Firelink Shrine - it comes at a high cost and isn't an easy pill to swallow. But that's not all. However, there is a way to strengthen these bonfires and get a maximum of 20 at any certain Bonfire. To do this, you need to go through The Catacombs and killing the boss Pinwheel to attain the Rite of Kindling. Then, at any bonfire, you will be able to strengthen your Flasks. There is, of course, a caveat.
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How to strengthen Estus Flasks in Dark Souls
This souls is used to reinforce Estus Flasks , to increase its healing powers. Soul of a long-lost Fire Keeper. Each Fire Keeper is a corporeal manifestation of her bonfire, and a draw for the humanity which is offered to her. Her soulis gnawed by infinite humanity, and can boost the power of the precious Estus Flask.
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Fire Keeper Souls are restorative items in Dark Souls. In-Game Description. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.
Each Fire Keeper is a corporeal manifestation of her bonfire, and a draw for the humanity which is offered to her. Her soul is gnawed by infinite humanity, and can boost the power of precious Estus Flasks. A Fire Keeper's soul is a draw for humanity, and held within their bosoms, below just a thin layer of skin, are swarms of humanity that writhe and squirm. Was the Ash Maiden locked in this dark prison for some transgression, or by her own will? Her brass armor serves to disguise this ghastly form. To her, the countless eggs which appeared were cradles for each tiny humanity.