In Elden Ring, players can unlock a series of different endings, but doing so requires, in most cases, that they complete a series of main and specific side-quests. With that said, in order to unlock the game’s Age of the Stars ending, you will have to get your hands on the Fingeslayer Blade, also known as the hidden treasure of the Eternal City of Nokron. But where can you find the Fingerslayer Blade in Elden Ring? To answer that and more, we will now tell you how to get the Fingerslayer Blade in Elden Ring.
How to Get the Fingerslayer Blade in Elden Ring
You can get your hands on the Fingerslayer Blade in Elden Ring by heading to the Ancestral Woods Site of Grace. You can reach the site by going to the Mimic Tear Site of Grace, the place where you faced the Mimic, and then heading to the bridge. From there, go to the last quarter of it and then head west through a small opening at the side before continuing northwest, as doing so you take you to the Site of Grace.
Once in the Ancestral Woods Site of Grace, jump to the rooftops and head north until you reach the Night’s Sacred Ground area. From there, continue forward to the area below, guarded by two enemies, and then head west until you see a broken wall. Use the wall as a bridge and cross it to the other side. From there, just go down until you see the area’s Site of Grace. From the Site, you just need to head towards a massive skeleton sitting on a makeship throne. The Fingerslayer Blade will be located in a chest below the throne.
After giving the item to Ranni, she will give you the Carian Inverted Statue. To recap, here’s how to get the Fingerslayer Blade in Elden Ring:
- Go to the Ancestral Woods Site of Grace.
- Head to the Night’s Sacred Ground area.
- Go northwest and then through a wall towards a church-like area.
- Go down and then head to ground level.
- Head to the gigantic skeleton.
- Open the chest to get the Fingerslayer Blade.
Elden Ring is currently available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, exclusively via Steam. You can check out our review of the FromSoftware’s newest epic here.
- This article was updated on May 9th, 2022