Elden Ring: All Remembrance Weapons and Rewards

A complete list of all the boss weapons in Elden Ring.

by Diego Perez , Christian Bognar
Elden Ring: What Does Remembrance of the Grafted Do?

Boss weapons are always some of the best weapons in FromSoftware games, and Remembrance weapons are no expectation in Elden Ring. Remembrances are obtained after defeating major bosses in Elden Ring, from Godrick the Grafted to Starscourge Radahn, and each of them can be traded in for two unique weapons or consumed for a large amount of Runes. That’s right, Elden Ring features two weapons for every Remembrance, giving players options if one weapon doesn’t line up with their particular build.

Remembrances can be duplicated at Walking Mausoleums, which can be found all throughout The Lands Between. There are only 7 of these Walking Mausoleums in the entire game, however, so you can’t duplicate every Remembrance that you come across. Not everyone is going to want to use every weapon though, so it all works out. Here are all of the Remembrance weapons and rewards in Elden Ring.

All Remembrance Weapons and Rewards in Elden Ring

Remembrance Weapons Rune Value
Remembrance of the Grafted
  • Axe of Godrick (Greataxe)
  • Grafted Dragon (Fist)
Remembrance of the Full Moon Queen
  • Carian Regal Scepter (Staff)
  • Rennala’s Full Moon (Sorcery)
Remembrance of the Starscourge
  • Starscourge Greatsword
  • Lion Greatbow
Remembrance of the Omen King
  • Morgott’s Cursed Sword (Curved Greatsword)
  • Regal Omen Balm (Item)
Remembrance of the Blasphemous
  • Rykard’s Rancor (Sorcery)
  • Blasphemous Blade (Greatsword)
Remembrance of the Naturalborn
  • Ash of War: Waves of Darkness
  • Bastard’s Stars (Flail)
Remembrance of the Black Blade
  • Maliketh’s Black Blade (Colossal Sword)
  • Black Blade (Incantation)
Remembrance of the Blood Lord
  • Mohgwyn’s Sacred Spear (Great Spear)
  • Bloodboon (Incantation)
Remembrance of the Fire Giant
  • Giant’s Red Braid (Whip)
  • Burn, O Flame! (Incantation)
Remembrance of the Regal Ancestor
  • Winged Greathorn (Greataxe)
  • Ancestral Spirit’s Horn (Talisman)
Remembrance of Hoarah Loux
  • Axe of Godfrey (Colossal Axe)
  • Ash of War: Hoarah Loux’s Earthshaker
Remembrance of the Dragonlord
  • Dragon King’s Cragblade (Heavy Thrusting Sword)
  • Placidusax’s Ruin (Incantation)
Remembrance of the Lichdragon
  • Death Lightning (Incantation)
  • Fortissax’s Lightning Spear (Incantation)
Remembrance of the Rot Goddess
  • Hand of Malenia (Katana)
  • Scarlet Aeonia (Incantation)
Elden Remembrance
  • Marika’s Hammer
  • Sacred Relic Sword (Greatsword)

How to Use Remembrances

To exchange a Remembrance for a boss weapon, travel to the Roundtable Hold and speak with Enia the Finger Reader. She’s behind a door near the Table of Lost Grace that only opens after you obtain your first Remembrance. Inside are the Two Fingers, but you can ignore those for now. Speak to her and you’ll be given the option to exchange a Remembrance for either of its associated weapons.

If you’d like to get the sum of Runes from a Remembrance instead, then you can just use it like a consumable item and the Runes will be added to your total. You can save them or use them right away, the number of rewarded Runes will not change. These are basically just amped-up versions of Golden Runes if you’re going to use them for this purpose, which is still a nice reward.


How to Duplicate Remembrances

You can obtain a copy of any Remembrance by taking it to a Walking Mausoleum, but there are only 7 of them in the game so you must choose wisely. Duplicating a Remembrance is a good idea if you want to obtain both weapons from a particular boss, but if you want to duplicate one just for the additional Runes, make sure you’re duplicating one that’s fairly valuable instead of a cheaper one like Remembrance of the Naturalborn.

Here are all 7 Walking Mausoleum locations in Elden Ring:

  • Weeping Peninsula: Located west past the Church of Pilgrimage
  • Liurnia of the Lakes: Found northeast of Raya Lucaria Academy near Raya Lucaria Crystal Tunnel
  • Liurnia of the Lakes: There are two located near the Mausoleum Compound that only duplicate Remembrances from secret bosses.
  • Mountaintop of the Giants: Located outside Castle Sol in the northern area
  • Mountaintop of Giants: Found northwest of Ordina next to Apostate Derelict Site of Grace
  • Deeproot Depths: Located near The Nameless Eternal City Site of Grace

What is the Best Remembrance Weapon in Elden Ring?

The best Remembrance weapon in Elden Ring is the Blasphemous Blade. Not only is the Blasphemous Blade powerful in its base form, but it can be turned into something pretty incredible when leveled up fully. Besides high attack power, this Remembrance blade has a passive buff that heals the user whenever they kill an enemy or deal damage. This is a great way to stay alive longer against hordes of enemies.

Its unique skill, “Taker’s Flames,” deals pure fire damage while healing the wielder with 10% of Max HP + 150 flat HP on hit. This is especially powerful when paired with the Mimic Tear Ashes, considering your Mimic will also be wielding this sword, meaning it will heal itself. This fact makes it the best Remembrance sword against the game’s challenging bosses and enemies.

- This article was updated on August 4th, 2023

About The Author

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Currently serving as an Associate Editor at Attack of the Fanboy, Diego Perez has been writing about video games since 2018, specializing in live service games like Destiny and Final Fantasy XIV. His work is featured at publications like Game Rant and The Outerhaven, but Attack of the Fanboy is home to his best work. When he's not editing or writing guides, he's yelling about Ape Escape or grinding Lost Sectors in Destiny. Plus, he has a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Media Studies for Texas A&M University.