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Виола №1К
Appears In Bloodborne
Gender Female
Race Human
Affiliation Yharnamites
Health None
Status Deceased
Location Tomb of Oedon roof top
English Voice None
Japanese Voice None
Brazilian Voice None

Viola is a character in Bloodborne.


Viola is Father Gascoigne's wife, and mother of the Young Girl. She appears to be blonde and has a unique black dress.

The Hunter is tasked by their daughter to find her. By the time the Hunter finds her, she lies dead in the Tomb of Oedon.

Her Red Jeweled Brooch lies with her.


Viola is Father Gascoigne's wife. She often went out to take her husband home after a long night of the hunt since he never came back from the hunt.

Gascoigne was often too blood-drunk to remember who she was, so she carried a Tiny Music Box, which plays one of his favorite songs, to remind him who he was.

This night, however, she forgot her Tiny Music Box. What followed next might have brought Gascoigne over to the true edge of madness.

Players may encounter the house of Viola and her husband. Inside will be the Young Girl, their daughter, who will politely beg the Hunter to find her beloved mother alive. This is already a failed quest and players can only give the harrowing news to the young child, bluntly, or, they may tell her to seek refuge. Regardless of what players decide, this story ends badly either way.


  • On his last dying breath, Father Gascoigne says "Forgive me" in a distorted voice. Perhaps it can be interpreted that this exclamation was directed at Viola, whom Gascoigne may or may not have killed beforehand.
    • Or, if one believes that Gascoigne is innocent, and that Viola was killed by an invading Hunter Mob, then perhaps this cry was uttered in response to Gascoigne being unable to save her from being attacked.
  • After killing Mergo's Wet Nurse, Viola's corpse will suddenly vanish, without rhyme or reason.
  • Interestingly enough, there is no mention of Gascoigne killing Viola whatsoever; such a claim is never mentioned in either dialogue or even in items descriptions!
    • Now, at first glance, with, "Occam's Razor," in mind, and at face value, it would appear that Gascoigne may have unintentionally murdered her during the midst of a bloodlust-fueled rampage, however, their is indeed evidence present in the area that offers an alternative possibility! Judging by the multiple corpses of Huntsmen scattered around in addition to Gascoigne's own blood-drunk insanity, it is possible that Viola's death may be attributed to the hands of an invading Huntsmen mob that instigated a previous conflict before the story began; this could in fact explain why Gascoigne went mad in the first place and why he can be found slaughtering who appears to be the last of these Huntsmen, who's bodies are scattered throughout Oedon Tomb. Indeed, there is evidence for both possibilities present.
  • There's speculation that Henryk is the "granddad" mentioned by Father Gascoigne's daughter- the Young Girl. Whether he's literally her grandfather or whether it's a term of endearment isn't clear. With that in mind, it's possible that Viola, Gascoigne's wife, is Henryk's daughter.
  • Viola's Corpse was actually created through the utilization of a re-purposed Doll Model, just simply with different textures and clothes.