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Area Albero

Albero is a village located on the outskirts of Cvstodia. It is one of the last redoubts of safety, inhabited by the Kissers of Wounds. This brotherhood of healers aids the sick and dying that are at the mercy of the Miracle. It is also home to the secretive Order of the True Shrine, whose mission is dedicated to the proper burial of separated remains. Time in the outside lands passes differently, and the inhabitants of Albero have more immediate worries in their own community than when the sun over a distant land sets.

The area has the appearance of a medieval town, with many sick looking people sitting in the streets. The Penitent One can find Tirso on the second floor of the building, brother of the Kissers of Wounds. He will ask for ingredients for medicinal ointments and thus trigger the Quest: Healing Herbs. In the next building, which cannot yet be entered, The Penitent One meets Lvdovico, a member of the Order of the True Shrine. He will ask The Penitent One to bring remains of unburied corpses so that they may be given a proper burial, triggering The True Shrine quest.

Order of the True Shrine Church; as of the Stir of Dawn free dlc has caused the doors to permanently open after an unknown trigger. Inside it is empty save for the same design it had prior, except now there is a shrine at the end that can be donated tears to and also use it to expunge guilt.

  • 10,000 tears will net the new rosary bead Token of Appreciation.
  • 20,000 tears, The Penitent One will gain access to a permanent warp upgrade that can be used to teleport to any Prie Dieu from any Prie Dieu. The altar will now have three almost naked men holding it up, as the altar now sports a complete redesign. The more tears donated to the Order of the True Shrine Church, the higher level of decoration in the church overall. A few inhabitants will come and pray as well, surrounded by eventual statues, paintings, couches, and other assets alongside donations.
  • 80,000 tears will net a new bead, Cloistered Ruby.
  • 100,000 tears donated will result in a new skin for The Penitent One, Alms For Oblivion

There is a fountain next to the Prie Dieu altar that can only be interacted with after obtaining an item that can be transformed into a relic. Interacting with the fountain will transport The Penitent One to the Lake of Silent Pilgrims, a barren stretch of salt with bodies encased in salt to match. The Blessed Lord of Salty Shores resides here, and trading certain items with him will return Relics. Trading with him is required for the Quest: Egg of Deformity. The followed relics can be acquired from him:

Relic Trading
Item FrameItem Shroud of Dreamt Sins Shroud of Dreamt Sins

Given in return of Linen Cloth, that's given by Tirso in Albero after the first item given to him.

Item FrameItem Three Gnarled Tongues Three Gnarled Tongues

Given as part of the Egg of Deformity questline.

Item FrameItem Incorrupt Hand of the Fraternal Master Incorrupt Hand of the Fraternal Master

Given in return of the Severed Hand (found in the Desecrated Cistern right before the door to the fountain, slide under the floor on the opposite side below where the corpse is. Requires Nail Uprooted from Dirt to reach). Give the hand to the statue in the Lake of Silent Pilgrims to receive the shroud. To enter the frozen realm, interact with the fountain in the middle of Albero.

Screenshot Location Corpse 02

There is a Chapel of Travel and Mea Culpa Altar in this area.

There is no boss for this area.

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Points of Interest

Item FrameItem Phalanx of Brannon, the Gravedigger Phalanx of Brannon, the Gravedigger

Right after the True Shrine.



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Trivia

  • "Albero[1]" is a Spanish word that makes reference to a kind of a sedimentary earth formed by an accumulation of detritic materials of marine origin. Also known as "calcarenita de los Alcores", it's a common earth in Andalusia (Spain), specially in Seville. "Albero" is also used to name the ochre colour of that earth which we can find the village of Albero.
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