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All Weeping Peninsula boss locations in Elden Ring

Some great bosses for new characters.
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One of the earliest areas in the game, the Weeping Peninsula is small but packed with things to do, from unraveling the tragic fate of Castle Morne to solving the puzzle of a giant Walking Mausoleum. Most of the bosses here are approachable for low level characters, and they make great fodder for leveling if you don’t want to head straight to the more challenging Stormveil Castle.

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All boss locations in the Weeping Peninsula

Ancient Hero of Zamor

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You can find the Ancient Hero of Zamor in the Weeping Evergaol shown above. You will need to spend one Stonesword Key to access the gaol.

Cemetery Shade

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The Cemetery Shade is the final boss in the Tombsward Catacombs, shown above. It isn’t the only Cemetery shade in the game, but defeating this one will reward you with one of the best legendary summons in the game: Lhutel the Headless.


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This is one of several Deathbird field bosses you can find in The Lands Between. It will appear if you head to the area shown above, near the Morne Castle ramparts. If you do, make sure to watch out for giant stone arrows flying in your direction.

Erdtree Avatar

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Like most of the other Erdtree Avatars you’re sure to come across in your time with Elden Ring, this one can be found at the Minor Erdtree in the area, shown above.

Erdtree Burial Watchdog

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You can find this variation of the Burial Watchdog as the final boss in the Impaler’s Catacombs, and defeating it will reward you with the Demi Human Ashes summon.

Leonine Misbegotten

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Leonine Misbegotten is the boss you can find at the end of Castle Morne. This can be one of the more challenging optional bosses early in the game, but it does give you one of the coolest swords in the game: the Game of Thrones inspired Grafted Blade Greatsword.

Miranda the Blighted Bloom

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You’ll come across plenty of Miranda Flower bosses throughout the game, and this one can be found at the end of Tombsward Cave. The cave is a little hard to notice at first, and the only way to reach it is by dropping down from the high ground above.

Night’s Cavalry

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Just like other Night’s Cavalry field bosses, this one only patrols at night. You can usually find it somewhere in the area shown above, near the gap in the Castle Morne ramparts.


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You can find the Runebear at the end of Earthbore Cave. The entrance can be a little hard to find, but just head to the area shown above and look over the edge of the cliff. There’s a path the leads down from the east.

Scaly Misbegotten

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The Scaly Misbegotten is the boss at the end of Morne Tunnel, which is a great place to look for low level Smithing Stones. This boss fight isn’t too bad, and it rewards you with the very cool Rusted Anchor weapon.

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