All Walking Mausoleums Locations in Elden Ring

Turtle creatures of stone that dupe Remembrances? Say no more!

Abbas Ahmad
Abbas Ahmad
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Walking Mausoleums are scattered throughout the far-flung areas of Elden Ring. These massive turtle-like creatures hold the power to duplicate boss remembrances. If you’ve traded it for a boss weapon that’s not to your liking, then you’ll want to know the Walking Mausoleums locations in Elden Ring, and this guide will help you find them all.

Shaving off the white deposits, which appears to be calcified skulls, from its legs should bring these towering creatures to their knees. Once down, you can raid it to procure the valuable power. With that said, let’s dive right in and get started!

Elden Ring: Walking Mausoleums Locations

Elden Ring: Walking Mausoleums Locations

There are a total of 7 Walking Mausoleums scattered throughout the massive map of Elden Rings. Since there are 15 Remembrances, you might think you can get almost all boss weapons and spells. Unfortunately, that is not the case, as the monuments with no bells hanging underneath them will only dupe the Remembrances of non-sharbearers.

In case you’re torn between which one to duplicate, check out our separate guide for the Best Remembrances to Duplicate in Elden Ring. With that said, here’s where to find the Walking Mausoleums in Elden Ring in the best order possible:

Weeping Peninsular Walking Mausoleum

Weeping Peninsula Walking Mausoleum

Chances are that the first Walking Mausoleum you’ll come across in Elden Ring is the one found in Weeping Peninsula. With its massive bell donging with each step, it’s hard to miss it, and you find it roaming the open field surrounding the Isolated Merchant’s Shack, the Witchbane Ruins, and the Tower of Return. Plus, taking this one down is pretty straightforward.

Liurnia of the Lakes Walking Mausoleum

Liurnia of the Lakes Walking Mausoleum

After beating Godrick in Stormveil Castle and naturally making way into Liurnia of the Lakes, you’ll stumble upon the second Mausoleum. This one is even more cut off than the previous one and is found at the northeastern end of the swampy region near the ruined academy bridge.

This can be tricky to get to as the white skulls are only found on top of it. Fortunately, the nearby spiritspring jump can make the endeavor a tad bit easier. So, use it to jump onto it, and then simply hack the white deposits to bring it down.

Mausoleum Compound

Mausoleum Compound

The following two are conveniently found close to each other in Eastern Liurnia, near the Mausoleum Compound Site of Grace. Unfortunately, these are the only non-bell variants, meaning they’ll only dupe remembrances of non-sharbearers.

If you haven’t yet reached it, just head north of the Ruined Labyrinth. Along the way, you’ll come across the first non-bell Mausoleum in a pond, with the second on the cliff above. Since they’re also isolated from the headless soldiers, they’ll frantically jump around, which can quickly one-shot you.

Deeproot Depths Walking Mausoleum

Deeproot Depth Walking Mausoleum

Surprisingly, a Walking Mausoleum is tucked away to the far ends of the watery basins of Deeproot Depths – an underground region. Starting from the Nameless Eternal City Site of Grace, head past the cathedral to find a spiritspring jump behind it. Use it to jump onto the giant roots leading to the Mausoleum’s top structure.

Mountain Tops of the Giants Walking Mausoleum

Mountain Tops of the Giants Walking Mausoleum

When making your way to Castle Sol in the Mountain Tops of the Giants, you’ll make out a Walking Mausoleum in the distance. This one, however, is quite aggressive, and the continuous lightning strikes from above make it double trouble for you.

Luckily, there’s a Grace right by the entrance to the castle. As such, we recommend dashing straight to the site of grace before you begin striking at the Mausoleum’s feet.

Consecrated Snowfield

Concecrated Snowfield Walking Mausoleum

As we approach the end zones of Elden Ring, the effort needed to bring down such Walking Mausoleums turns up a notch. The final Mausoleum found in the northwestern end of the Consecrated Snowfield lives up to its reputation as the hardest Mausoleum to slay in Elden Ring. Much like the one mentioned above, we recommend touching the nearby Apostate Derelict grace first.

That said, try heading outside Apostate Derelict, and you’ll be met with a barrage of exploding magic. These projectiles deal damage in a wide area, and you can easily get caught in them if you don’t tread lightly while approaching the creature. Once you’re below it, though, you have a brief respite before it begins stomping on you.

Walking Mausoleums Tips and Tricks

With Walking Mausoleums Locations now known to you, you must devise an effective strategy to avoid getting flattened by them. Here are some nifty tips and tricks to quickly bring them to their knees.

  • For the Walking Mausoleums with skull-like deposits on their feet, you can use AOE damage to clear it off with a single strike. Weapons like Sacred Relic Sword and Sorceries like Adula’s Moonblade works like a charm.
  • If you didn’t already know, these creatures stop their stride when night falls. You’ll see no better opportunity than this to strike them.
  • For the Walking Mausoleums located in the Liurnia of the Lakes and the Deeproot Depths, the deposits are around the structure it carries on its back. You’ll have to use your surroundings to your advantage, and the nearby cliffs and spiritspring jump give tons of help.
  • To avoid getting hit by the non-bell variants, we recommend tackling them on horseback. With you’re spectral steed, you get every burst of pace needed to avoid getting struck by its shockwave.
  • It will crumble down once you’ve cleared off enough skull deposits from a Walking Mausoleum. So, ensure moving away from beneath to avoid getting crushed by it.
  • In case you’re interested in learning more about these ominous creatures, consider looking into this Subreddit post.

Final Thoughts

That’s all for the locations of all the Walking Mausoleums in Elden Rings. With only seven in the game, they’re pretty rare but impose an equally challenging threat, and the reward in the ability to duplicate remembrances is as sweet. Hopefully, you won’t have any trouble tracking them down now.

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Abbas is a Guides Writer for WhatifGaming. He enjoys trying out a wide range of games, from obscure indies to AAA titles, but his heart truly lies in the unforgiving world of Soulsborne games, claiming mastery over every single entry. While he's quick to brag about his parrying skills, let’s just say that he may not be as adept as he claims out to be.
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