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Crowfeather Set is an Attire or Armor in Bloodborne.

"Wood-carved mask/Attire of Eileen the Crow, Hunter of Hunters. The beak contains incense to mask scents of blood and beast.

Hunters of Hunters dress as crows to suggest sky burial. The first Hunter of Hunters came from a foreign land, and gave the dead a virtuous native funeral ritual, rather than impose a blasphemous Yharnam burial service upon them. with the hope that former compatriots might be returned to the skies, and find rest in the Hunter's Dream"

Crowfeather Set Location

  • Bought from Messengers after receiving the Crow Hunter Badge from Eileen the Crow by finishing her quests or killing her.
    • Beak Mask: 10000 Blood Echoes
    • Crowfeather Garb: 18000 Blood Echoes
    • Crowfeather Manchettes: 8000 Blood Echoes
    • Crowfeather Trousers: 8000 Blood Echoes

Notes

  • Has good physical defense and blood defense.
  • This set's headpiece Beak Mask notably has the highest frenzy resistance, the rest are surpassed by Ashen Hunter Set.
  • Prior to patch 1.04, the male version of the chest piece had a bug causing the right side of the cape to be abnormally stretchy. This bug was not present on the female set.

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Beak Mask
50
40
40
60
30
40
30
8
10
40
2
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Crowfeather Garb
100
110
80
120
70
80
70
29
37
46
21
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Crowfeather Manchettes
40
60
50
70
50
50
50
15
20
25
11
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Crowfeather Trousers
50
70
50
70
40
50
50
17
21
27
12

Totals
240
280
220
320
190
220
200
69
88
138
46
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Trivia

  • This set is based on the outfit worn by plague doctors during the Black Death, a pandemic that killed millions of people in Europe and the Mediterranean in the 14th century. These doctors were "specialists" in treating the disease. Since it was believed that the disease spread through smells and odours from the corpses of the sick, the doctor's costume featured long beaks holding different substances and powders that gave off scents that protected them from catching the plague while caring for their patients.



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