"Trusty" Patches makes a return visit to the Dark Souls universe in style, making up for a nice reminiscence for all Demon's Souls players. He's a thief, preying on unsuspecting victim by kicking them down a pit. He (still) hates clerics.
He stands next to the lever of the second spiked bridge. He only appears in the Catacombs only if Rhea of Thorolund and her company has not gone there and before you kill Pinwheel. After either of those occur, he moves to the Tomb. He may try to flip the bridge the first time you walk across it. If you said "Yes" that you are a cleric, the next time you talk to him, he becomes hostile. If you said "No" that you are not a cleric, the next time you talk to him, he asks if his trickery caused you any trouble. If you answer "Yes", he gives you a Humanity. Any other response nets you nothing.
Tomb of the Giants
If you have not talked to him in the Catacombs, he will ask if you are a Cleric. He points to treasure visible from his position, and if you walk towards the ledge to take a closer look, he will kick you down into the pit. If you said "Yes" that you are a cleric, the next time you talk to him, he becomes hostile. If you said "No" that you are not a cleric, the next time you talk to him, he asks for your forgiveness. If you answer "No", he gives you a Twin Humanities. Any other response nets you nothing.
- If you exhaust his dialogue in Tomb of the Giants and he is still alive, he returns to the Firelink Shrine as a vendor after the death of Nito. As a vendor, he sells some items and teaches "Prostration" Gesture.
|Eye of Death(x3)||3,000||Used by Gravelord Servants to put a curse.|
|Great Heal Excerpt||10,000|
|Canvas Talisman||1,000||Starting equipment of Cleric class.|
|Mask of the Father||8,000|
|Mask of the Mother||8,000|
|Mask of the Child||8,000|
- Humanity (x4) regardless if you have gotten any humanity from him already
- Crescent Axe regardless if you bought it from him already
- 7 additional Humanities using Dark Hand
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Voiced by: William Vanderpuye