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Dark Souls: Remastered – Where to find coals

The basic weapons that you discover during the game are playable, but it will be quite difficult for you to go far with them. So over time, you will inevitably have to upgrade your normal, fire, celestial, and magical weapons to deal with stronger opponents and more difficult bosses.

Towards the end of the game, especially if you’re playing PvP, leveling your weapon to the highest possible level becomes even more important. You can achieve the desired result if you find 10 hidden coals in the game. Each of which is designed for a specific blacksmith and is able to make your weapons much more powerful and deadly than they were before.

In this guide, we will show you where to find each of the coals, which blacksmith it needs to be assigned to in order to use it, as well as which weapon and how much it can improve.

Some of these hidden objects are not very difficult to find, while others will require you to work hard and follow a certain sequence of actions to discover their location.

Large Ember

Where can I find: Depths.

To whom to refer: Andre of Astora.

Converts: +5 standard to +10 standard; +5 standard to +5 coarse.

How to get a: You can find this coal after you enter the kitchen in the Depths. Defeat the butcher there and inspect the chest in front of which he stood.

Very Large Ember

Where can I find: Ruins of New Londo (New Londo Ruins).

To whom to refer: Andre from Astora.

Converts: +10 standard to +15 standard.

How to get a: After draining the water from the Ruins of New Londo, you will find coal in a previously inaccessible area. However, we advise you to start in the Valley of Drakes to get it early and in an easier way.

In the Valley, go to the New Londo Ruins entrance and follow the path to the right. Then go past the Dark Wraiths in the hall, continue through the open area, and then to the right (pass two more Dark Wraiths). After that, go up two more stairwells upstairs. Continue along the path and, at the point where it eventually splits, turn left. Coal will be in a chest installed on a cliff.

Crystal Ember

Where can I find: The Duke’s Archives.

To whom to refer: Blacksmith Giant (Giant Blacksmith).

Converts: +10 standard to +5 crystal weapons.

How to get a: Head to the Duke’s Archives to the bonfire near the bottom floor. Go outside and turn right. Go through the room with the lever on the left side. Once you enter the next room lined with bookcases, turn right and go through the gap between the bookcases. Coal will be in a large chest.

Large Flame Ember

Where can I find: Demon Ruins.

To whom to refer: Blacksmith Vamos.

Converts: +5 fire weapons to +10 fire weapons.

How to get a: go to the fog gate in the Demon Ruins. Once you reach them, turn left to look at the path below. Use a falling strike on the enemy below and follow the path further. On the road you will meet some very strong opponents, and at the very end of the road you will find a chest with coal inside.

Chaos Flame Ember

Where can I find: Demon Ruins.

To whom to refer: Blacksmith Vamos.

Converts: +5 fire weapons to +5 chaos weapons.

How to get a: Defeat Ceaseless Discharge. Then go down to the cooled lava. There will be a chest. Open it to collect another item to upgrade your weapon.

Large Magic Ember

Where can I find: Duke Archives.

To whom to refer: Rickert of Vinheim.

Converts: +5 magic weapons to +10 magic weapons.

How to get a: Defeat the Naked Sith (Seath the Scaleless). Then return to the Duke’s Archives, to the very place where you were first killed by him. The coal will be in a large chest in the center of the room.

Enchanted Ember

Where can I find: Garden of Dark Roots (Darkroot Garden).

To whom to refer: Rickert of Vinheim.

Converts: +5 magic weapons to +5 spell weapons.

How to get a: To get this coal, you have to try. From the bonfire in Darkroot Garden, go through Alvina’s Tower. On the other side of it, go right through the forest. At the end of the path you will find a small watery area with several large Mushroom Men. Defeat them and open the chest in the water.

Heavenly Ember (Divine Ember)

Where can I find: Garden of Dark Roots.

To whom to refer: Andre from Astora.

Converts: +5 standard to +5 celestial.

How to get a: Travel to the Darkroot Garden and defeat the Moonlight Butterfly. After that, cross the bridge and head towards the tower. Climb to the very top and find the treasured coal there in the hands of a dead blacksmith.

Large Celestial Ember (Large Divine Ember)

Where can I find: Crypt of the Giants (Tomb of the Giants).

To whom to refer: Andre from Astora.

Converts: +5 celestial to +10 celestial.

How to get a: From the first bonfire in the Crypt of the Giants (not far from the meeting point with Patch), climb up the stairs and go to the right. Keep walking until you reach the second stone structure. There will be a hole in the ground at this point. Jump into it.

The room below will be filled with skeletons. There will be at least six of them. Defeat them all to get the charcoal from the dead blacksmith in the back of the room.

Dark Ember (Dark Ember)

Where can I find: Painted World of Ariamis.

To whom to refer: Andre from Astora.

Converts: +5 celestial to +5 arcane weapons.

How to get a: From the central area in the Painted World of Ariamis, go down to the well located on its left side. At the bottom, head to the left and hit the wall opposite you. Continue on and pick up the Annex Key from the corpse.

Get out of the well and go right through the central area. Once you cross it, turn left under the structure and use the Outhouse Key to open the wooden door. Climb up the steps, through the ramparts, and back down another ladder.

After defeating all the enemies, search the dead blacksmith.

Now that you know how to find all the embers in Dark Souls: Remastered, you can upgrade your initially nondescript primitive weapons to the level of an invincible powerful weapon of death.

If you’re going to play battle mode against other players, be sure to check out our guide to the best PvP builds to be absolutely sure that you are fully prepared for future battles.

Source: gameskinny.com

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