Dead Cells Tailor’s Daughter

The Tailor's Daughter NPC speaking to the Tailor in the Tailor's Room in Prisoner's Quarters.

The Dead Cells Tailor’s Daughter is an NPC that was added to the game during the Clean Cut Update (Update 34). This new NPC offers a special service that allows players to change the look of The Beheaded… head. To learn more about this NPC and what she does, see the complete Dead Cells Tailor’s Daughter guide below.

Where to Find the Tailor’s Daughter

Before you can find the Tailor’s Daughter you need to ensure that your game is updated to Clean Cut Update 34. Once this is done make your way inside the game and go to the Tailor’s Room in the Prisoner’s Quarters. When you enter the room you will trigger a dialogue sequence between the Tailor’s Daughter and the Tailor. Following this sequence the Tailor’s Daughter’s service will become available for use.

What Does the Tailor’s Daughter Do

The Tailor's Daughter head changing service reverting back to the Classic Head.
The Tailor’s Daughter can change the head of your outfit.

The Tailor’s Daughter can change the head of The Beheaded. To do this speak to her when you are one of the normal (not special) outfits. The Tailor’s Daughter will present you option to change the head of the outfit. This allows you to alter the look of The Beheaded slightly. There is no cost to this service so feel free to use it as much as you’d like.

Alongside offering the head changing service the Tailor’s Daughter is also the source of one of the updates new weapons. You can unlock the Giant Comb from her by triggering a special interaction.

This is not the only new addition that has been added in Update 34. The update adds new weapons, a new Speedrun Mode, and a new Boss Rush DIY mode for players to experience. This update comes on the heels of the Return to Castlevania DLC that released on March 6, 2023.

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