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Elden Ring Walking Mausoleum locations: How to duplicate Remembrances

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Update: We've streamlined the information on this page and added some additional tips so that you have no trouble finding walking mausoleums and duplicating Remembrances at them in Elden Ring.

Elden Ring walking mausoleums are part of an important system that lets you potentially get both Remembrance rewards, but the game is pretty happy to not explain how it works at all.

You’ll still need to plan carefully, even once you find every Walking Mausoleum. As with the limits on how many times you can respec, there are only so many wandering mausoleums in The Lands Between - and you can only use each of them once.

There are far more Remembrances than Mausoleums, and choosing what you want is even more important if you're using non-demigod Remembrances. Elden Ring only has a handful of mausoleums that work with these additional Remembrances, which means at most you can only duplicate two or three of them.

If a certain Remembrance's rewards don't really strike your fancy, you can always just use them as a consummable and get several thousand Runes instead.

What are the Elden Ring's walking mausoleums for?

The Wandering Mausoleums in Elden Ring let you duplicate Remembrances. These are the drops that come from shardbearer bosses, such as Astel and Rykard, which means you can get both Remembrance items by duplicating them.

The catch is there are far more Remembrances than there are mausoleums, and some mausoleums only work with certain Remembrances. Think carefully about which ones might benefit your build the most before deciding, as you only get one Remembrance duplication per mausoleum.

Elden Ring walking mausoleum locations

There are seven walking mausoleums in Elden Ring, and despite the name, they don’t stray from their usual stomping grounds. The two in the Mausoleum Compound only work with Remembrances from non-demigods, such as the Fire Giant and Lichdragon.

  • Limgrave: In the large open plain near the Fourth Church of Marika
  • Liurnia: South of the lake in the Mausoleum Compound, northwest of the Minor Erdtree in eastern Liurnia
  • Liurnia: North of the lake in the Mausoleum Compound, northwest of the Minor Erdtree in eastern Liurnia
  • Liurnia: Near Raya Lucaria Crystal Tunnel, east of Tetsu’s Rise.
  • Deeproot Depths: Northeast of where you fight the Crucible Knight
  • Mountaintop of the Giants: Near Castle Sol
  • Consecrated Snowfield: Northwest of Ordina and the Death-Rite Bird

How do you use walking mausoleums and duplicate Remembrances in Elden Ring?

You can buy a note with a vague hint about “cleaning up” around the mausoleums, and it’s telling you to break off the skull buildup around its legs until the mausoleum sits down. Most mausoleums aren’t actively aggressive – they won’t chase you down, for example – but they can still hurt you.

Most will periodically leap into the air and crash down. When you see it stop moving its legs or take a shorter step than usual, that’s your sign to leave. The mausoleum will also fold its legs and “sit,” as it were, after you clean the skulls off, and it’ll kill you if you don’t move.

The Consecreated Snowfield mausoleum is a bit different. It continuously fires a rain of magic beams that reach a fairly long way away. They’re not as fast as the ones that assault you on the way to Caria Manor, though, so you should be able to dodge around them and reach the mausoleum.

What are the Elden Ring Remembrance rewards?

These are all the Remembrances in Elden Ring and what you get for them.

Remembrance of the Grafted (Godrick the Grafted)
  • Axe of Godrick and Grafted Dragon

Remembrance of the Full Moon Queen (Rennala)

  • Rennala’s Full Moon (spell) and Carian Regal Scepter

Remembrance of the Blood Lord (Mohg)
  • Mohgwyn's Sacred Spear and Bloodboon Incantation
Remembrance of the Blasphemous (Rykard)
  • Blasphemous Blade and Rykard’s Rancor
Remembrance of the Starscourge (Radahn)
  • Lion Greatbow and Starscourge Greatsword
Remembrance of the Regal Ancestor (Deer boss in Nokron, Eternal City)
  • Winged Greathorn and Ancestor’s Spirit Horn
Remembrance of the Black Blade (Maliketh)
  • Maliketh’s Black Blade and Black Blade Incantation

Remembrance of the Fire Giant (the Fire Giant)

  • Burn, O Flame Incantation and Fire Giant’s Braid

Remembrance of the Naturalborn (Astel)
  • Bastard’s Stars and the Waves of Darkness Ash of War
Remembrance of the Omen King
  • Morgott's Cursed Sword and Regal Omen Bairn Item
Remembrance of Hoarah Loux
  • Axe of Godfrey and Hoarah Loux’s Earthshaker Ash of War
Remembrance of the Lichdragon (Fortissax)
  • Fortissax Lightning Spear and Death Lightning Incantation
Remembrance of the Dragonlord (Placidusax)
  • Dragon King’s Cragblade and Placidusax’s Ruin
Remembrance of the Rot Goddess (Malenia)
  • Hand of Malenia and Scarlet Aeonia
Elden Remembrance (Elden Beast)
  • Marika’s Hammer and Sacred Relic Sword

If you're looking for more help in The Lands Between, check out our comprehensive Elden Ring guides collection.

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