Chaos Servant


Humanity Rewards
0 Great Chaos Fireball
30 Chaos Storm
Open the shortcut to Lost Izalith

Chaos Servant is a Covenant in Dark Souls. Led by the "Daughter of Chaos", it located behind a false wall on the first floor of the room behind the boss of Blighttown ( Quelaag). To enter the room and gain access to the bonfire and Spider Witch, you will need to tell Eingyi (the creature that blocks the entrance) that you are interested in joining (note that this does not count as committing to the covenant).

Note :

  • Anwsering "No" to Eingyi impedes regular joining until he is either killed or the player requests absolution to Oswald of Carim in the Undead parish. Killing him is not a betrayal to the Chaos Servant covenant, but remember that he gives you a pyromancy flame and sells pyromancies (once you are egg-fected)
    • Workaround: Eingyi can be made to ask the question again by simply quitting and reloading the save while standing in front of him.
  • Getting kicked out of a covenant will earn you a sin.



You must have access to Queelag's Domain (lower Blighttown).
1. Reach Quelaag's Domain and locate the White Spider, who is behind a false wall below the lever to activate the underground bell (see Ancient Spider Witch)
3. Talk to her and select Enter Covenant
3. You will obtain the spell Great Chaos Fireball, and can buy spells from the Egg Burdened nearby.


Effects of covenant

  • Upon joining the Chaos Servant Covenant, you will gain access to two powerful pyromancies, with the second granted at rank 2.
  • If the player kills or harms the Daughter of Chaos, the Covenant will be considered broken.
  • Shortcut to Lost Izalith at rank 2.

You do not have to be a member of the Chaos Servant Covenant for these next things.

  • If you speak to Eingyi (the Undead with eggs on his back) while you have an egg on your head, he will allow you to purchase the spells Poison Mist and Toxic Mist, and also give you a free Egg Vermifuge to remove the egg from your head. These spells will remain available for purchase afterwards, regardless of whether or not you have an egg on your head.
    • Eingyi also sells a Servant Roster, which will let you view all players who are members of the covenant and their contribution to the covenant (how much humanity they've given up kept as a score).
    • Possible glitch : talking to him for the first time after defeating Ornstein and Smough may result in not being able to buy spells. Defeating another boss fixes it.


Rank Rewards

Offer Humanity items to the Daughter of Chaos

Rank Humanity Offered Reward
0 0 Upon joining, receive Great Chaos Fireball
1 10 Nothing
2 30 Receive Chaos Storm and can open the shortcut to Lost Izalith.
3 80 Nothing

*Note: You can leave the covenant after opening the shortcut to Lost Izalith, and it will remain open. However, leaving before doing so means that you cannot open the door until you become Chaos Servant +2 again.*
Offering 30 humanity in a future play-through will not give you additional Chaos Firestorm spells.

Betrayal Penalties

Attacking the Daughter of Chaos counts as betraying the covenant.
Killing the Daughter of Chaos will deactivate the bonfire and give you a Fire Keeper Soul. You can still warp to this fire once deactivated.
If interested on how the egg head looks you can check the following video. Shows the 1st stage of the egg, the hatching and later the larva attack.

How to correctly get infected with eggs:
Equip a low powered weapon (even better, use your bare hand without dragon torso). Then go up to an egg carrier and give them a little tap, but make sure you don't kill them. You can also jump on top of them, or just kick one of them a few times. After that, all you have to do is stand there and wait for the burdened to grab hold of you and impregnate your forehead. This can take a couple attempts for it to stick, but when it does the easiest way to tell is for you to let your character idle. Once your character is idle he will randomly scratch his head. After that it's just a waiting game, but it can take up to 10 minutes for the egg to hatch, and when it does if you go see Eingyi (Egg-burdened npc after Queelag) and he will give you an Egg Vermifuge and access to Poison Mist and Toxic Mist Pyromancy spells.

Effects of egg infestation:

  • The souls you get for killing enemies is reduced by half.
  • You cannot wear a helmet until you remove the egg.

If you do not cure the egghead, then after you collect 100,000 souls it will "upgrade", gaining more effects:

  • The egghead grows larger
  • Your kick is replaced (for ALL weapons) by a unique maggot bite attack. This does miniscule damage, staggers the opponent as if they had been kicked, and has longer range than a normal kick, but it is slower.

The egghead can be cured by using an egg vermifuge. Keep in mind that if you break the chaos servants covenant, you will no longer be able to buy the antidote for the eggs. See the Egg Vermifuge page for alternative ways to obtain them.


  • Covenant: Chaos Servant - discover Chaos Servant covenant. ( 25 points + Silver Trophy )




    • Anonymous

      29 Oct 2019 08:37  

      The only thing you get at rank 3 is the new dialogue "Oh, thank you dear sister... It hurts no longer", that's all. It seems the true goal of the covenant is to "heal" the Fair Lady, the more humanity you give her the better her health. At the highest rank 3 she's then much healthier, gives a tiny bit more dialogue, and her legs are moving much more. At the lowest rank she's outright sick and about to die. It also seems the higher your rank, the more her legs move implying she's getting healthier. Sadly, you can never truly cure the Fair Lady of all of her ailments. It also seems like the humanity in the eggs have been drained, causing her strain "Sister… It hurts… the eggs have gone still… I fear it may be too late… I'm so sorry, dear sister" and giving her humanity "heals" the eggs thus healing her. The eggs, and the humanity inside, are probably also helping her function as the fire keeper. Even sadder, Quelaag was hunting people for their humanity so she could use that humanity to heal her sister. Saddest of all? I was told once that the Fair Lady tried to take all the disease that was to infect Blight Town into herself, sacrificing her health to save Blight Town from the disaster spreading from Lost Izalith (same disaster that turned these sisters into half spiders and their brother into the Ceaseless Discharge). I couldn't find much to back that up though, except one quote from Eingyi "Worse than Undead, we are diseased, and unwanted. Like the grime of the Great Swamp. But my dear, Fair Lady! She cried for me... And swallowed the great Blightpus, despite Mistress Quelaag's orders to the contrary". I think the Fair Lady tried to swallow the Blightpus from everyone she could in Blighttown, at the very least all the egg carriers like Eingyi. Lastly, there's hacked/unused dailaogue from Quelaag that suggests that Quelaag would offer the player the covenant instead of the Fair Lady, but it seems like it would've given you the same "reward".

      • 05 Feb 2019 16:30  

        Uh, there is agressive Carriers past the Second Bell, towards the Lava Pool. I was under the impressive that attacking peaceful Carriers is the same as betraying TDoC

        • Anonymous

          04 Jan 2019 06:10  

          Just to be clear: the shortcut does NOT open from the dead end in the Fair Lady's room, it is located in the Demon Ruins directly before the fog gate that leads to the Demon Firesage boss fight. You go down some tree roots and there will be a door that only opens if you are a +2 Chaos Servant.

          • Anonymous

            12 Dec 2018 20:17  

            I feel bad for the fair lady, she thinks me her sister and wishes me well. However, I just killed her sister. Poor thing.

            • Anonymous

              06 Oct 2018 00:38  

              This article needs to be edited due to grammar errors and non cannon info "quelaan" is a fan made name. She is only ever refereed to as the Fair Lady in game.

              • Anonymous

                30 Jul 2018 09:56  

                maybe she cant open the shortcut until you kill ornstein and smough? i just got to rank 2 of the covenant and i havent gotten a shortcut unlocked. kinda frustrating cause it feels like i just wasted 30 humanity

                • Anonymous

                  23 Jun 2018 01:31  

                  Hey i just realized once you change your covenant, it resets the rank in the equipment menu.

                  I then came back to chaos covenant and gave her 4 souls and got rank 1.

                  I gave her more than 30 souls and still i am not rank 2.

                  Need some explanations!

                  • Anonymous

                    22 Jun 2018 12:32  

                    So the remastered version is either broken or has drastically increased the amount of humanity you need to give her, i was rank two yesterday and have out almost 20 more humanity into her and havent moved up a rank

                    • Anonymous

                      17 Jun 2018 07:10  

                      What's the point of dropping humanities into her beyond 30? I know it doesn't give any benefits, but does she at least get better the more humanity you offer, or will her dialogue change at all (granted you have the ring)? What about rank 3 with 80 humanity?

                      • Anonymous

                        10 Jun 2018 03:08  

                        So if your covenant rank carries over between playthroughs, does that mean you can get to rank 2 in NG and still have access to the shortcut in NG+ if you don't ever leave the Chaos Servants?

                        • Anonymous

                          04 Feb 2018 17:45  

                          Is it possible to retain your rank 3 in this covenant even after leaving it?

                          Since there isn't a cap to making offerings (that isn't ludricous) could one technically pledge 160 humanities, leave the covenant and keep your rank, since your offerings are "only" dropped to 80 - the minimum requirement for rank 3?
                          I'm under the suspicion that while you can theoretically do this, you wouldn't benefit from it, since your rank only affects your damage output whilst in the respective covenant. (It doesn't help either, that the chaos servants don't seem to offer any stat boosts apparently.)

                          I just want clarity on this matter before I go and needlessly throw a ridiculous amount of valuable humanity at her for nothing.
                          Not that covenants reylly matter for pre-NG+ characters... but let's just say I've been grinding rat-humanity to a point, where my savefile displays 160 hours of play - and I haven't even gotten the lordvessel yet. :-P
                          Anyway, asking here since I couldn't find an answer to this particular quandary anywhere. I'm thankful in advance for any helpful answers.

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