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For carvings in Dark Souls, see Carvings.
For carvings in Dark Souls II, see Carvings (Dark Souls II).

Carvings are miscellaneous items in Dark Souls III. When these items are used, they audibly speak the words of their namesake.

Description and usageEdit

Carvings are strange heads carved from the wood of an archtree. Their main use is to provide communication, although limited, between online players. When used, the player will toss the carved head into the air and once it hits the ground and breaks, players near the user will hear the phrase being spoken. For example, the Hello Carving will shout: "Hello!" upon breaking.

Similar in function to Prism Stones, if the player cannot hear the phrase, then the drop is fatal. The carving itself breaks before hitting the ground if thrown from a sufficiently high point, and thus, cannot be used to communicate with someone far below the player.

Carvings have an unlimited amount of uses and can never be consumed, sold or used up.

CarvingsEdit

Hello CarvingEdit

In-Game Description

A strange head of unknown origin carved from archtree. It speaks when thrown on the ground.
This head says 'Hello'. Have another look. Do you sense the amicability in its eyes?

Obtained by trading an Alluring Skull with Pickle Pee in Firelink Shrine.

Help me! CarvingEdit

In-Game Description

A strange head of unknown origin carved from archtree. It speaks when thrown on the ground.
This head says "Help me!" Look again. Can you hear the desperation of its plea?

Obtained by trading any of the following items with Pickle Pee in Firelink Shrine:

Note that the chime cannot have been upgraded, otherwise it will not be accepted.

I'm sorry CarvingEdit

In-Game Description

A strange head of unknown origin carved from archtree. It speaks when thrown on the ground.
This head says "I'm sorry". Have another look. Isn't it quite the expression of atonement?

Obtained by trading a Shriving Stone with Pickle Pee in Firelink Shrine.

Thank you CarvingEdit

In-Game Description

A strange head of unknown origin carved from archtree. It speaks when thrown on the ground
This head says "Thank you". Have another look. Is this not a face of gratitude.

Obtained by trading a Hidden Blessing with Pickle Pee in Firelink Shrine.

Very good! CarvingEdit

In-Game Description

A strange head of unknown origin carved from archtree. It speaks when thrown on the ground
This head says "Very Good!" Have another look. Does it not appear rather jovial?

Obtained by trading a Divine Blessing with Pickle Pee in Firelink Shrine.

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