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All Consequences for Killing the NPCs in Firelink Shrine
1. Fire Keeper - No actual harmful effects but will drop the Eyes of a Fire Keeper if you have given them to her
2. Blacksmith Andre - Would stop working for you unless you go to the next NG or request absolution from Velka, Goddess of Sin in the Undead Settlement (Provided that you have the Silvercat Ring or Grave Key)
3. Shrine Handmaiden - After each kill she would double the prices of her wares, so it is not advised to kill this NPC.
4. Hawkwood, The Deserter - You would miss the chance to obtain the Twinkling Dragon Head Stone, which is a key item if you want to transform into a Full Body dragon.
5. Ringfinger Leonhard - You would miss his questline which results in obtaining Rosaria's Soul and his unique Crescent Moon Sword.
6. Greirat, The Thief - If you killed him before being sent to Lothric then you would miss a good bunch of items from him even if you have given his Ashes to the Handmaiden.
7. Sirris of the Sunless Realms - You would miss her questline which involves killing Creighton (His set would be in tbe bridge after you kill him) and killing Hodrick (His set would be near the Pit of Hollows bonfire and you would get the Covenant Item if you missed the Cage NPC)
8. Anri and Horace - Although killing Horace is actually needed to progress Anri's questline (Killing Aldrich with Him/Her), Killing Anri would cancel Yuria's questline and you would miss a secret ending (Lord of Hollows)
9. Yoel of Londor - You would miss Yuria and again, the secret ending
10. Yuria of Londor - Even though you would obtain her sick set and weapon, you would stil miss the Lord of Hollows ending.
11. Patches - No negative effect since you can just bring his ashes to the Handmaiden and get the same shit he sold before.
12. Irina of Carim - You would miss her useful miracles and Eygon will be hostile to you
13. Eygon of Carin - Would have no effect to Irina's questline and killing him would net you his awesome Hammer and his shield. (His set would be available for sale by the Handmaiden)
14. Orbeck of Vinheim - You would miss a lot of his spells if you have not given him any scrolls even though you can get his ashes, also you would miss his summon sign if you want him to help you with the Twin Princes.
15. Cornyx of the Great Swamp - You would miss some pyromancies if you have not given him the Great Swamp and Carthus Pyromancy tomes and you would miss one of the most important weapons in the game (Pyromancy Flame) although you can get the Parting Pyromancy Flame in the Ashes of Ariandel DLC.
16. Karla - You would miss some pyromancies if you have not given her the Grave Warden and Quelana Pyromancy tomes and the Deep and Londor Braille Divine Tomes.
17. Ludleth of Courland - Would have no negative effect since he would respawn after you reload, although you would also trigger rare dialogue if you did kill him
just so u know , if u kill andre , he wont upgrade your estus for wepons or anything , or if u kill anyone I think that isn't ring finger or the other one , the only way to get him to talk to u again is if u go into the sewers and find a shrine . that's all I know
Protip:dont kill andre... Youwill need to go to the forgiving statue or what ever it is called and you need 17k souls to correct your sins. It may not seem too much when you are deeper in the game but in the beginning i recommend not to do it. Ps. I have done this
Killing Andre and the other important guys makes them deny you service unless you get the morticians ashes from the cliff where the giant shoots arrows and then give them to the handmaid and buy the grave key from her after and with it in the sewer in undead settlemen before the fog there is a door you unlock with the key where you can pay 20 000 souls to have your sins forgiven.
In short, don’t kill andre
so pretty sure lift chamber key unlocks (funnily enough) a lift chamber, start at bonfire at the Lothric tower, wind down past the thief build hollows, down a ladder there's a halberd hollow, when you reach the bottom of the ladder the door is behind you and to the right, I believe it grants access to a "mini" boss, but I think you get this key anyway during the undead settlement quest line.
I have a feeling killing NPCs has a negative impact in some way, but I think this can be repaired, something to do with "sin", unsure
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