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Sparkling Sisters Dyna & Tillo

You! You! Give us Smooth! Yes! You! Give us Silky!"
Give them something silky and smooth

Twin sisters residing in the ancient forest. Though they never show themselves to humans, and their true forms remain unknown, Dyna and Tillo are enamored of all things silky smooth and will cheerfully call out to passersby in hopes of adding new trinkets to their collection.

Dyna and Tillo reside in the bird's nest on the cliff just past the Fire Keeper's Dwelling Bonfire in Things Betwixt. To reach them you must enter the first Fog Gate on the left and proceed along that path until you exit through another Fog Gate onto a ledge. The nest is directly to the left, adjacent to a ladder which can be kicked down to allow an easy return. To trade an item to Dyna and Tillo, simply drop it in their nest using the "Leave" option ( do not select "Discard" or you will permanently lose the item without placing it on the ground ). If the sisters accept what you have offered them, the trade will take effect immediately and the item you left will be instantly replaced with the one you are given in return; there is no need to quit to the title screen as in previous Souls games. Dyna and Tillo do not offer fixed rewards for specific items and instead will randomly select a reward from their list regardless of what they received from you; however trading them a Petrified Something has the highest chance of yielding more valuable results such as Titanite Slabs, Petrified Dragon Bones, and the Demon's Great Hammer. Also, you can only drop one of the specified items at a time otherwise the birds will say "No, no not like that" regardless of whether it was a correct item or not.


  • They squawk and sound like Snuggly the crow from Dark Souls 1 and Sparkly the crow from Demon Souls that you could trade with.

  • Depending on what you offer increases your chance to receive a higher tier item, although it is entirely possible to receive any item from any of the below lists. All the information here was taken from the official guide, though likely needs to be adjusted based on testing.

  • You can drop your stones one by one to speed up the process, but you can't drop stacks of items.