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Collectibles are backer-designed items found across Cvstodia. Collecting all rewards the Warden of the Ossuary skin and achievement:

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Item FrameItem Anklebone of Weston, the Pilgrim

Anklebone of Weston, the Pilgrim

His travelling companion assured him that he would wait for him at the next shelter, just a day away. When Weston arrived the next day, there was no one there. Nor the day after that.

Graveyard of the Peaks
Screenshot Location Anklebone of Weston, the Pilgrim

Item FrameItem Calcaneum of Persian, the Bandit

Calcaneum of Persian, the Bandit

Feared by his countrymen, Persian attacked routes without distinction between rich and poor, and always alone. The day he dragged himself to Albero on the brink of death, no one took pity on him.

Albero
Screenshot Location Calcaneum of Persian, the Bandit

Item FrameItem Capitate of Barock, the Herald

Capitate of Barock, the Herald

Whether executions or lashings, Barock was always there to proclaim them loudly, but his voice broke down gradually as, day by day, he had to announce the sentences of his entire family.

Wasteland of the Buried Churches
Screenshot Location Capitate of Barock, the Herald

Item FrameItem Cervical Vertebra of Zicher, the Brewmaster

Cervical Vertebra of Zicher, the Brewmaster

Zicher, the Brewmaster, gave ignoble fame to his monastery by brewing the most famous beer in the kingdom. One night, the flames of a fire raised his legend to the heavens.

Mercy Dreams
Screenshot Location Cervical Vertebra of Zicher, the Brewmaster

Item FrameItem Clavicle of Dalhuisen, the Schoolchild

Clavicle of Dalhuisen, the Schoolchild

They searched for him for days, until they found Mark's remains in the woods. Since then, rumours tell of demons riding on the backs of flying goats, coming from faraway lands.

The Holy Line
Screenshot Location Clavicle of Dalhuisen, the Schoolchild

Item FrameItem Coccyx of Daniel, the Possessed

Coccyx of Daniel, the Possessed

It is said that Daniel appeared inside a castle. He cried that he had been possessed by a shadow as he slept, and also claimed to have maintained carnal relations with underground creatures.

Where Olive Trees Wither
Screenshot Location Coccyx of Daniel, the Possessed

Item FrameItem Coxal of June, the Prostitute

Coxal of June, the Prostitute

Popular among the bishopric, June Sayers seduced and corrupted the will and vow of chastity of many in the priesthood, but her immunity ended when the first ashes fell to the ground.

Mother of Mothers
Screenshot Location Coxal of June, the Prostitute

Item FrameItem Femur of Karpow, the Bounty Hunter

Femur of Karpow, the Bounty Hunter

Karpow, nicknamed "the Daring," was a feared bounty hunter at the service of the bishopric of Cvstodia. Karpow had a cherished motto: "Get rid of everything and you'll have nothing to lose

Mother of Mothers
Screenshot Location Femur of Karpow, the Bounty Hunter

Item FrameItem Fibula of Rysp, the Ranger

Fibula of Rysp, the Ranger

Rysp Scrimshaw was known for his reckless nightly walks in the woods. He said they helped him think about what was "beyond," beyond even the High Wills.

Patio of the Silent Steps
Screenshot Location Fibula of Rysp, the Ranger

Item FrameItem Frontal of Martinus, the Ropemaker

Frontal of Martinus, the Ropemaker

Artisan Martinus Hafnia was unjustly accused of selling brittle strings, and sentenced to be hanged with one of his creations. That very sad day he regained his honour.

Grievance Ascends
Screenshot Location Frontal of Martinus, the Ropemaker

Item FrameItem Hamate of Vukelich, the Copyist

Hamate of Vukelich, the Copyist

Taking advantage of a pontifical bull, Vukelich was caught stealing a forbidden book about arcane knowledge. His hands did not write again after that day.

Wall of the Holy Prohibitions
Screenshot Location Hamate of Vukelich, the Copyist

Item FrameItem Humerus of McMittens, the Nurse

Humerus of McMittens, the Nurse

A nurse and cat lover, McMittens saved countless lives, human and others. Unable to bear saving those who showed no respect for life, he put an end to his own.

Desecrated Cistern
Screenshot Location Humerus of McMittens, the Nurse

Item FrameItem Hyoid bone of Senex, the Beggar

Hyoid bone of Senex, the Beggar

Senex spent a lifetime fleeing pain, which caused more and more suffering to his tormented soul. Only when he accepted pain as part of his life did he find a meaning to it.

Desecrated Cistern
Screenshot Location Hyoid bone of Senex, the Beggar

Item FrameItem Jaw of Ashgan, the Inquisitor

Jaw of Ashgan, the Inquisitor

Ashgan desperately sought answers for his creed through torture, even condemning members of the priesthood. He found nothing but regret in his actions.

Wall of the Holy Prohibitions
Screenshot Location Jaw of Ashgan, the Inquisitor

Item FrameItem Kneecap of Sebastien, the Puppeteer

Kneecap of Sebastien, the Puppeteer

Sebastien Wojda lived surrounded by puppets. To him they were his family. His cries marked the night he disappeared into the flames of his theatre, exclaiming: "I forbid you to move!"

Mercy Dreams
Screenshot Location Kneecap of Sebastien, the Puppeteer

Item FrameItem Lunate of Keiya, the Butcher

Lunate of Keiya, the Butcher

His nickname "the Butcher" was owed not to his occupation, but to his vicious combat skills as a soldier. Not even corruption seemed to alter his disturbed personality.

Archcathedral Rooftops
Screenshot Location Lunate of Keiya, the Butcher

Item FrameItem Maxilla of Tarradax, the Cleric

Maxilla of Tarradax, the Cleric

With his broad smile and good manners, Nicodemus Tarradax never denied anyone refuge in his church. The discovery of a pile of bones in the sacristy revealed his true intentions.

Mercy Dreams
Screenshot Location Maxilla of Tarradax, the Cleric

Item FrameItem Metacarpus of Hodges, the Blacksmith

Metacarpus of Hodges, the Blacksmith

Blacksmith Brendan Hodges forged some of Cvstodia's most beautiful weapons, wielded by the Anointed Legion themselves. Destiny wanted it to be one of his weapons that killed him.

Mountains of the Endless Dusk
Screenshot Location Metacarpus of Hodges, the Blacksmith

Item FrameItem Metatarsus of Rikusyo, the Traveller

Metatarsus of Rikusyo, the Traveller

Almost no details of his background are known, but those who crossed his path claimed later that Rikusyo carried a small, strange, luminous plate that emitted a faint voice.

Brotherhood of the Silent Sorrow
Screenshot Location Redento 02

Item FrameItem Nasal Bone of Charles, the Artist

Nasal Bone of Charles, the Artist

The beauty of his work sparked a strong debate within the church. It was commanded that no representation could be more beautiful than life itself. Dryden's collection was confiscated, and he was forgotten.

The Sleeping Canvases
Screenshot Location Nasal Bone of Charles, the Artist

Item FrameItem Navicular of Kahnnyhoo, the Murderer

Navicular of Kahnnyhoo, the Murderer

Kahnnyhoo, although clumsy, took advantage of his cheerful and jovial demeanour to trick merchants and clergymen, with the intention of killing them and stealing their belongings.

Desecrated Cistern
Screenshot Location Navicular of Kahnnyhoo, the Murderer

Item FrameItem Occipital of Tequila, the Metalsmith

Occipital of Tequila, the Metalsmith

Tequila was not your everyday metalsmith: skulls were the basis of his creations, with jewelled skulls his specialty. His last wish was to become the most beautiful piece in his collection.

Graveyard of the Peaks
Screenshot Location Occipital of Tequila, the Metalsmith

Item FrameItem Parietal Bone of Lasser, the Inquisitor

Parietal Bone of Lasser, the Inquisitor

Unlike other inquisitors, Lasser showed an unusual amount of indulgence towards the accused, even to the point of stopping executions. His weakness led him to excommunication and exile.

Graveyard of the Peaks
Screenshot Location Parietal Bone of Lasser, the Inquisitor

Item FrameItem Phalanx of Aralcarim, the Archivist

Phalanx of Aralcarim, the Archivist

Aralcarim worked as an archivist in the "Library of the Negated Words". His heightened interest in the writings of Cvstodia prior to the appearance of the Twisted cost him his exile.

Library of the Negated Words
Screenshot Location Phalanx of Aralcarim, the Archivist

Item FrameItem Phalanx of Arthur, the Sailor

Phalanx of Arthur, the Sailor

He spent his whole life looking after a mysterious totem. This evidence would prove the existence of an impossible castle built under the sea, protected by its incessant waves.

Wasteland of the Buried Churches
Screenshot Location Phalanx of Arthur, the Sailor

Item FrameItem Phalanx of Brannon, the Gravedigger

Phalanx of Brannon, the Gravedigger

Brannon Joshua Mullins dug the graves of hundreds throughout his life, whether friend, family, or foe... But when the chaos arose, there was no one left to return the favor

Albero
Screenshot Location Phalanx of Brannon, the Gravedigger

Item FrameItem Phalanx of Miriam, the Counsellor

Phalanx of Miriam, the Counsellor

Miriam Barto knew what it took to succeed, but fate is unpredictable. Though a terrible illness shortened her life, her legacy was eternal to those who loved her.

Convent of Our Lady of the Charred Visage
Screenshot Location Phalanx of Miriam, the Counsellor

Item FrameItem Phalanx of William, the Sceptic

Phalanx of William, the Sceptic

William Grahf devoted his life to exposing charlatans and deceitful evangelists. He even questioned the sanctity of certain members of the Cvstodian church. His heresy was not forgiven.

Wall of the Holy Prohibitions
Screenshot Location Phalanx of William, the Sceptic

Item FrameItem Phalanx of Zeth, the Prisoner

Phalanx of Zeth, the Prisoner

Zeth Corsica was sentenced to life in absolute solitary confinement. He was constantly muttering something about voices in his head. Was it maybe one of them that pushed him to suicide?

Wall of the Holy Prohibitions
Screenshot Location Phalanx of Zeth, the Prisoner

Item FrameItem Pisiform of Hernandez, the Explorer

Pisiform of Hernandez, the Explorer

Victor Hernandez was chosen to lead an expedition meant to "civilise" barbaric tribes. He was sentenced for heresy when he suggested that Cvstodia was the most uncivilised of all known places.

Mercy Dreams
Screenshot Location Pisiform of Hernandez, the Explorer

Item FrameItem Radius of Helzer, the Poet

Radius of Helzer, the Poet

The work of the poet John Clark Helzer had a sadly posthumous success, especially his "Poem to the Red Leaf". The poem was found next to his corpse, severed by a fallen tree.

Where Olive Trees Wither
Screenshot Location Radius of Helzer, the Poet

Item FrameItem Ribs of Sabnock, the Guardian

Ribs of Sabnock, the Guardian

The Anointed Legion included Sabnock among its ranks, guardian and bearer of the Sigil of the Twisted. He fiercely protected the gates of town, even after chaos had arisen.

Archcathedral Rooftops
Screenshot Location Ribs of Sabnock, the Guardian

Item FrameItem Sacrum of the Dark Warlock

Sacrum of the Dark Warlock

Founder of the "Library of the Negated Words," this priest was known by the sobriquet of "the Dark One". He was caught practicing sorcery, surrounded by pagan writings.

Library of the Negated Words
Screenshot Location Sacrum of the Dark Warlock

Item FrameItem Scaphoid of Fierce, the Leper

Scaphoid of Fierce, the Leper

Rejected by his family, his village and even by other lepers, Fierce only found solace in the echo that his voice returned to him when he took refuge in the tunnels of the Desecrated Cistern.

Desecrated Cistern
Screenshot Location Scaphoid of Fierce, the Leper

Item FrameItem Scapula of Carlos, the Executioner

Scapula of Carlos, the Executioner

His hatred for people was as great as his love for animals. When he was ordered to execute a dog that had bitten a bishop, Carlos refused for the first and last time.

Jondo
Screenshot Location Scapula of Carlos, the Executioner

Item FrameItem Sternum of Vitas, the Performer

Sternum of Vitas, the Performer

Cvstodia remembers with admiration the name of Vitas Varnas. He inspired the lives of his people through his altruistic actions as well as his inspirational words.

Convent of Our Lady of the Charred Visage
Screenshot Location Sternum of Vitas, the Performer

Item FrameItem Temporal of Joel, the Thief

Temporal of Joel, the Thief

Joel always stole to help others. One day he risked too much, and was caught stealing the Pontiff's bejewelled stole. No one in Cvstodia has ever endured greater torture.

Wall of the Holy Prohibitions
Screenshot Location Temporal of Joel, the Thief

Item FrameItem Tibia of Alsahli, the Mystic

Tibia of Alsahli, the Mystic

Alsahli never believed in the authority of the Holy See of Cvstodia. He even claimed to have been able to contact the High Wills on his own: "Be fervent. That is the secret."

Library of the Negated Words
Screenshot Location Tibia of Alsahli, the Mystic

Item FrameItem Trapezium of Jeremiah, the Hangman

Trapezium of Jeremiah, the Hangman

Jeremiah Schweiger took the lives of thousands of prisoners for decades, trusting that his work was sacred. When doubt invaded his mind, remorse ravaged him.

Mother of Mothers
Screenshot Location Trapezium of Jeremiah, the Hangman

Item FrameItem Trapezoid of Yeager, the Jeweller

Trapezoid of Yeager, the Jeweller

Unjustly sentenced to the stake by order of Ashgan the Inquisitor, Tyrant Yeager's family became ashes. Blinded by revenge, he forged a ring with their remains, a ring that is now believed to be cursed.

Mother of Mothers
Screenshot Location Trapezoid of Yeager, the Jeweller

Item FrameItem Triquetral of Luca, the Tailor

Triquetral of Luca, the Tailor

He dreamed all his life of making beautiful clothes for the nobility, but nearing the day of his death, the only thing he had the opportunity to sew were sanbenitos.

Patio of the Silent Steps
Screenshot Location Triquetral of Luca, the Tailor

Item FrameItem Ulna of Koke, the Troubadour

Ulna of Koke, the Troubadour

The inquisitors despised music because it induced euphoria. Koke thought it appropriate to dedicate a toned satire to these presbyters in public. His execution preceded the complete ban on music.

Wall of the Holy Prohibitions
Screenshot Location Ulna of Koke, the Troubadour

Item FrameItem Vertebra of John, the Gambler

Vertebra of John, the Gambler

Known for his gambling skills, many believed that John Von Gammeramindz's fate was guided by the High Wills. The day his luck ran out, so did his life.

Jondo
Screenshot Location Vertebra of John, the Gambler

Item FrameItem Vertebra of Lindquist, the Forger

Vertebra of Lindquist, the Forger

Wherever a bell rings in Cvstodia, its sound owes its existence to Lindquist. This forger never saw his bizarre magnum opus "Jondo" completed.

Jondo
Screenshot Location Vertebra of Lindquist, the Forger
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