The Curse Jar is a jar that has been painted like the “Curse” item sold by Oswald. When an unsuspecting player tries to open it they will receive the curse status effect. The jar is sealed with a cork, so trying to remove it will also give you the curse status effect.

The Curse Jar was subject to an Easter Egg in the Crown of the Sunken King DLC. When dropped into water or thrown at an enemy, it would behave like the jar instead of transforming them into a Corrupted. The origins of the Curse Jar come from a Dark Souls II user named MattWoomer. He was looking for an excuse to make a cursed jar and started drawing comics about it, but he didn’t stop there! He has created:

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It’s best to avoid coming in contact with this little guy… but if you see one, soothe it immediately to remove curse status. If you can’t get rid of it, well… good luck out there!

1. A plague mask painted so that it looks like the “curse” item sold by Oswald (one time use). 2. A jar with the same plague mask painted on it (used to contain and transport curse). 3. The final weapon: a jar broken over an enemy’s head causing instant Curse status and some very valuable souls and humanity drops!

What is a Curse Jar and how do you make one?

The Curse Jar looks like a jar of black goo with a plague mask attached to it. Oswald sells “Curse” items in some areas for 10k souls each. That’s where you get your “jar.” You can paint the rest yourself with some poster paint. The plague mask is the most important part, though! Don’t forget it.

The benefits of using a Curse Jar

There’s a Curse Jar Easter Egg in the DLC, Crown of Sunken King. It works just like the jar does in Dark Souls II – if you drop it into water or throw it at an enemy, it will behave exactly like a curse instead of transforming them into a Corrupted! This is great for farming souls and other goodies!

The Curse Jar is not the only thing with an Easter Egg… there are other cursed items, all of which have their own unique effects! The following weapons can be found in Dark Souls II. These are amazing for farming, but they do curse you when using them. Use at your own risk.

How to use your Curse Jar to get what you want

If you can’t or don’t want to farm for what you want, just throw the jar at an enemy! This will work even if they are dead. Besides being cursed, enemies hit with a Curse Jar have a chance to drop rare loot! Of course, using it this way will always have the possibility of cursing yourself… but hey – don’t be greedy!

The Curse Jar is based on the “Curse” item sold by Oswald in Dark Souls II. The curse status places a time limit on how long you can stay in that area or fight that enemy before dying and having to restart from your last checkpoint (bonfire). It also causes enemies to drop more souls.

What goes into a Curse Jar

With the help of a friend, I’ve included some “cursed” items that have their own special effects. These are really good for farming souls and other goodies!

Basically, I wanted to make a curse jar for Dark Souls II. Oswald sells “Curse” items in some areas for 10k souls each. That’s where you get your “jar.” You can paint the rest yourself with some poster paint. The plague mask is the most important part, though! Don’t forget it.

Conclusion

The Curse Jar isn’t the only thing with an Easter Egg… there are other cursed items, all of which have their own unique effects! The following weapons can be found in Dark Souls II. These are amazing for farming, but they do curse you when using them. Use at your own risk.

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