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All 10 Remembrance Bosses & Their Rewards In Elden Ring: Shadow Of The Erdtree

adds 10 new Remembrance bosses to the game, each with their own special drops and rewards. Some of these bosses need to be defeated to advance to the later stages of ’s DLC, while others are optional bosses. However, players will likely want to defeat the optional bosses as well to get the unique items they drop.

[Warning: Spoilers for Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree.]

In addition to their drops, players can also use these bosses’ Remembrances the same way as the Remembrances from the base game. Players can turn them in for powerful items, or they can simply consume the Remembrance for a certain number of runes if they don’t think they’ll use the items from that boss. These bosses can be tough to beat, but it is worth it for their rewards.

After prying off the helmets of several new Elden Ring NPCs, one fan has unearthed what might be FromSoftware's best Berserk reference yet.

Divine Beast Dancing Lion is the boss of the Belurat, Tower Settlement. It is located directly through the double doors next to the Stagefront Site of Grace. This hideous horned lion is a quick boss, making it harder to dodge. It also attacks the player with ice, lightning, and wind, meaning players will have to contend with several types of elemental damage. This boss is weak to Pierce, Fire, Bleed, and Scarlet Rot which gives players a good range of options for tackling it. Players are also allowed to summon Redmane Freyja or other players to help with this fight.

The Divine Beast Dancing Lion’s Remembrance is worth 50,000 runes, or can be exchanged for either Enraged Divine Beast or Ash of War: Divine Beast Frost Stomp. Enraged Divine Beast is a Talisman that will increase the potency of storms. Divine Beast Frost Stomp is an Ash of War that players can use to add the skill of the same name to a weapon, which allows players to deliver an icy stomp attack. This Ash of War also grants a weapon the Cold affinity.

Divine Beast Head is a helmet dropped by Divine Beast Dancing Lion. As the

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