Elden Ring Remembrance: All Remembrances, Boss Weapon Unlocks, and how to clone them

Remembrances are a powerful new type of item in Elden Ring, differing slightly from the special boss souls that's drop in previous games of this type developed by FromSoftware. In Elden Ring, each of the most significant bosses in the game drops remembrance items. this page is all about them.

At a base level, all remembrances in Elden Ring can function like boss souls - meaning you can redeem each remembrance in the game's menus to get a bounty of runes, the currency you use to level up your attributes and power up your character. But the twist is that each Remembrance has a secondary use, which is that remembrances can be traded in order to receive powerful weapons and gear. 

Adding complexity to this is the fact that each remembrance is a consumable item, meaning you have to choose if you're going to trade it for a weapon, or use it to get runes. If you choose the former, there's then another choice - which weapon, spell, or piece of gear to receive, as each remembrance can bequeath more than one. You can, however, clone remembrances in a limited capacity - so then you have to choose which to copy and reuse. 

Basically, the Remembrance system has deceptive complexity and depth, and there's some hard choices to make. Luckily, we're here to help. On this page, we explain the Remembrances system in detail, including:

Please keep in mind that the later areas of this page which list the Remembrances contain boss spoilers just through the virtue of item names. If you’re sensitive to that, don’t read past the first two headings.

How should you use Remembrance items in Elden Ring?

Finger Reader Enia in Elden Ring, the NPC used to trade in Remembrance items.

In Elden Ring, each Remembrance is a major, significant item. It’s also rare - you basically only get one of these per each play-through of Elden Ring’s story, though you are able to clone each once as well, as we explain later.

Along with the Great Runes, a Remembrance is your reward for defeating the most powerful bosses - though there's more Remembrances than Runes, as several powerful bosses who don't have Great Runes drop Remembrances nevertheless. The point is, these items are a big deal, and so is what you choose to do with them.

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You basically have two options for each Remembrance:

  1. You can trade the Remembrance in for a “great bounty of runes”, which gives you a lot of currency to level up with
  2. You can take the Remembrance to Finger Reader Eina in the Two Fingers room of Roundtable Hold and give it to her - in return, she will give you a rare item associated with the boss you defeated to get that memory, such as a boss weapon
The introduction to the Remembrance-trading mechanic in Elden Ring.

It’s vitally important that you think hard about this. Broadly speaking, our take is that we think Remembrance items are too valuable to be traded for Runes alone. You can grind Runes in many ways; it’s just EXP to level up. It ultimately can be had anywhere, with enough time and effort.

On the flip side, the exclusive items gained from remembrances are truly one-of-a-kind. Many of them can completely change your play style, such is their power. 

It’s worth noting that, separate from Remembrances, Eina sells the armor of each boss in her store once you defeat them; no Remembrance item required for that.

With that said, there’s no point in getting Remembrance Weapons, Spells, Incantations or Items that don’t fit your play-style or character class & build. This page lists all of the Remembrance unlocks below - so you can check that out below if you don’t mind boss spoilers. Before we get into that, however, let’s talk about cloning Remembrances.

How to get more copies of Remembrance items

A Walking Mausoleum, which is where you can duplicate Remembrance items.

There’s two ways to get more of each Remembrance consumable in Elden Ring. The first is simple; once you beat the game you’ll get the option to Begin Journey 2, aka New Game Plus. This resets the world state and lets you carry your gear, character, and other progression to a new game. This therefore revives all the bosses, and you can battle them all again.

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There is a simpler way within a single save game, however: cloning Remembrances. You can do this legally, though only a limited number of times. You can also do it even for a Remembrance you’ve already used that is no longer in your possession. 

The Remembrance Duplication menu, which is used to get additional copies - but in a limited fashion.

To clone a Remembrance, you need to find a Walking Mausoleum. These are the huge rocky structures that stomp around large areas of The Lands Between.

To access each Walking Masuoleum, you’ll need to attack corruptions that are attached ot it in order to bring it crashing to the ground; at that point, you can open its doors. Some have these white corruptions on their feet, making them easy to hit. In other cases, you might need to find a way to climb up to remove ones higher up. It often might be smart to clean out nearby enemies before starting this task, too.

You can find Walking Mausoleums in the following locations:

  • Weeping Penninsula (south of Limgrave): West, near the Church of Pilgrimage
  • Liurnia of the Lakes: Uld Palace Ruins, north of the Church of Vows on the raised landmass that runs along the eastern edge of the main lake. Also, find another north-east of Raya Lucaria Academy - you'll need to jump up onto this one using Torrent and a nearby Spiritspring Jump.
  • Mountaintops of the Giants: Right outside the entrance to the mini-dungeon of Castle Sol.
  • Deeproot Depths: In the wide open area, by the ruins of another Eternal City. Climb the roots to get onto it
  • Consecrated Snowfield: North-west of the town of Ordina. This one is more aggressive; be warned. 

Inside the Walking Mausoleum, you’ll be able to place one of the Boss Remembrance items at the altar. This duplicates it. You can only do this act once per Mausoleum, and there’s a limited number of these in the game - so think carefully about which you want to clone!

Want more Elden Ring guides? We've got plenty of other pages, including a primer on Attributes, Stats, and the Max Level, how to 2-hand weapons, a full Spirit Ashes summons guidehow to solve the Erudition Converted Tower Puzzles, and - if your character build goes badly wrong - how to respec.

This is your final call for boss identity spoilers. Beyond this: all the Remembrance Items in Elden Ring and their unlocks.

All Remembrances List & Remembrance Boss Weapon Unlocks

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A full set of Remembrances in the menus of Elden Ring, waiting to be used.

Below, you’ll find a list of every Remembrance item in Elden Ring, which means this list contains spoilers of the identities of bosses. We also list the locations of bosses, too, just so you know broadly where they’re found - though we are deliberately keeping it quite vague. With that said, consider this your final spoiler warning.

As well as each Remembrance, we list the items that they can be traded for with Finger Reader Eina in Roundtable Hold, and how many Runes each remembrance is worth if you trade them in. Here they all are: 

Remembrance of the Grafted

  • Obtained by defeating Godrick the Grafted in Stormveil Castle
  • Can be used to access the Axe of Godrick or the Grafted Dragon weapons
  • Can be sold or consumed for 20,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Full Moon Queen

  • Your reward for defeating Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon in Raya Lucaria Academy
  • Trade in Roundtable Hold to unlock the Carian Regal Scepter stave or the Rennala’s Full Moon sorcery
  • Can be sold or consumed for 20,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Blasphemous

  • Defeat Rykard, Lord of Blasphemy in Mt. Gelmir’s Volcano Manor to get this
  • Can be traded for the Blasphemous Blade weapon or the Rykard’s Rancor sorcery
  • Can be sold or consumed for 50,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Starscourge

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  • Obtained by defeating Scarscourge Radahn, who is found via Caelid’s Redmane Castle
  • Swap this for the Starscourge Greatsword or the Lion Greatbow, Radahn’s weapons
  • Can be sold or consumed for 40,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Omen King

  • Defeat Morgott, the Omen King, at the seat of power on Leyndell to get this remembrance
  • Trade for Morgott’s Cursed Sword weapon or the Regal Omen Bairn, a reusable item that uses FP to cast a spell despite not being a sorcery or incantation
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Blood Lord

  • Defeat Mohg, Lord of Blood, by tracking him down in the Mohgwyn Dynasty Mausoleum, accessed via a teleported in the Consecrated Snowfield
  • Used to unlock Mohgwyn’s Sacred Spear or the powerful Bloodboon incantation
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Rot Goddess

  • Defeat Malenia, the Goddess of Rot, who is found deep within Miquella’s Haligtree
  • Trade this memory for the Hand of Malenia weapon or the Scarlet Aeonia incantation
  • Can be sold or consumed for 50,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Regal Ancestor

  • Obtained by defeating the Regal Ancestor Spirit, which is found in and around the Siofra River area by completing a puzzle
  • Can be used to get the Winged Greathorn weapon and Ancestral Spirit’s Horn artifact
  • Can be sold or consumed
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Fire Giant

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  • Defeat the Fire Giant in the Mountaintops of the Giants to get this reward
  • Trade for the Giant’s Red Braid whip weapon or Burn, O Flame! Incantation
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Black Blade

  • Best The Black Blade in battle as part of story progression to get this remembrance
  • Hand over this to unlock Maliketh’s Black Blade as a weapon, or the Black Blade incantation
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Naturalborn

  • Obtained by beating Astel, Naturalborn of the Void, found by defeating this creature deep, past Nokstella, The Eternal City and the Lake of Rot
  • Gives the Bastard’s Stars weapon or the Waves of Darkness Ashes of War
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Lichdragon

  • Defeat Lichdragon Fortissax, a hidden boss found deep in the Deeproot Depths, beneath Leyndell, by progressing Fia’s quest line
  • Can be traded for Fortisax’s Lightning Spear or Death Lightning incantations
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of the Dragonlord

  • Defeat Dragonlord Placidusax, arguably Elden Ring’s ultimate boss, hidden away via a secret trigger in Crumbling Farum Azula
  • Trade this at Roundtable Hold for the Dragon King’s Cragblade heavy thrusting sword or Placidusax’s Ruin, a devastating incantation
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Remembrance of Horah Loux

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  • Acquire this remembrance by moving even deeper into the story progression
  • Trade to get the Axe of Godfrey weapon or the Horah Loux’s Earthshaker Ash of War
  • Can be sold or consumed for 30,000 Runes

Elden Remembrance

  • Acquired right towards the end of the story, and ultimately only useful for post-game shenanigans or new-game plus
  • Still, can then be traded to get Marika’s Hammer, a vital weapon within the lore, or the Sacred Relic Sword
  • Can be sold or consumed for 50,000 Runes
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