Dark Souls 3: Guide to ALL Infusions, Coals and Gems [Master of Infusions]

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Dark Souls 3: Guide to ALL Infusions, Coals and Gems [Master of Infusions]

 


In Dark Souls 3 there are 15 different weapon infusions. Finding them all, along with the one you need to remove the infusions, will unlock the trophy / objective "Master of Infusions", as well as obviously having a wide range of upgrades for your weapons. 


To apply infusions to weapons in Dark Souls III you need to go to Fabbro Andre to the Firelink Shrine, but first you have to find and bring him the "coals" thanks to which the various types of infusion are released. There are 4 coals, each with its associated infusions:

  • Farron's Coal - Sharp, Heavy e Poison
  • Sage's Coal - Blessed, Crystal e Deep
  • Giant's Coal - Lightning, Simple e Chaos
  • Profane Coal - Blood, Hollow e Dark

In this video you can see where to find all the coals:

After unlocking the various infusions you will need the gems to make them happen. Gems are scattered throughout the game world and you shouldn't have any trouble finding them, some are also dropped by crystal lizards. There are 15 types of gems in total, the following:



  • Refined Gem
  • Raw Gem
  • Fire Gem
  • Heavy Gem
  • Sharp Gem
  • Poison Gem
  • Crystal Gem
  • Blessed Gem
  • Deep Gem
  • Dark Gem
  • Blood Gem
  • Hollow Gem
  • Lightning Gem
  • Simple Gem
  • Chaos Gem

Find them and use them to make the infusions. Good luck!

Frequently asked questions and answers

To apply infusions to weapons in Dark Souls III you must go to Fabbro Andre at the Firelink Sanctuary, but first you must locate and bring him the embers, which will release the different types of infusions.
There are four lignites, each with its associated infusions: Farron's Lignite: Sharp and heavy poison.

Found on a corpse on a ledge under the first bridge in the Catacombs of Carthus, in the room with a sword-wielding Skeleton wielding shotels.
Dropped by a Crystal Lizard found on a ledge above the Broken Bridge campfire in the Undead Settlement.

Auxiliary gestures can be learned throughout the game.
These are generally learned from other characters, after performing certain actions or after defeating certain opponents.
By obtaining each and every one of the gestures (a total of thirty-three) the achievement/trophy "Professor of Expression" is unlocked.

Compilation of frequently asked questions that our users have sent us and that our experts have answered.

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