I've collected a Red Jewelled Brooch in Bloodborne, which I can use to gain a Droplet Blood Gem; or give to the child that gives you the Tiny Music Box — as confirmation of her mother's death.

From what I've read online, the child will cry and leave the house. What other consequences are there to giving the child the brooch? Is it better to not give it to her?

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After obtaining the Red Jeweled Brooch, you can do one of four things with the Young Yharnam Girl:

  1. Give her the brooch.
  2. Withhold the brooch and instruct her to go to Oedon Chapel.
  3. Withhold the brooch and instruct her to go to Iosefka's Clinic.
  4. Do not tell her anything or do not talk to her again.

Keeping the brooch and using it nets a bloodgem that grants physical ATK UP + 2.7% and a boost to rally potential by 1.8%.

The short-consequences are as follows:

  1. She will be distraught and leave the next time you load the zone.

  2. She will be thankful for the safe place and leave. You keep the brooch.

  3. The same as (2).

  4. She will eventually leave on her own. You keep the brooch.

The long-term consequences may surprise you:

  1. Killing the pig in Yharnam's sewers (under the bridge outside Father Gascoigne) will yield a Red Messenger Ribbon. After the moon turns red, her sister will be found in the window. If you show her the ribbon, she will eventually leave and you will find a White Messenger Ribbon under the ledge near the window.

  2. The same as (1).

  3. Iosefka will thank you and give you a Lead Elixir. Later, you can gain access to the back of Isoefka's Clinic and you will find the girl. She will a Formless Oedon rune.

  4. Nothing further happens. Her quest line ends when night falls.


Use it for a decent gem, or give it to the little girl to show her mom's dead, similar to Stockpile Thomas in Demon's Souls.

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    But what are the consequences of giving it to her? Commented Mar 31, 2015 at 20:17

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