Albinauric Rise

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A lone Rise overlooking the narrow channel of the frozen river. The puzzle requires one to allow Imps to do battle against one another.

Albinauric Rise is a Location in Elden RingAlbinauric Rise is found in the eastern Consecrated Snowfield, which is a secret area on the lower plains of the Mountaintops of the Giants and can be accessed by using both Haligtree Secret Medallion (Left) and Haligtree Secret Medallion (Right) at the Grand Lift of Rold.


Albinauric Rise Map

Albinauric Rise is found on the eastern section of the Consecrated Snowfield. [Elden Ring Map Link]

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All NPCs and Merchants in Albinauric Rise

  • There are no NPCs or Merchants at this location.


Albinauric Rise Walkthrough

The entrance to Albinauric Rise is initially sealed upon your first visit. There is a statue of two Imps fighting each other right outside the tower. This is a clue as to how to unlock the seal. There are two ways you can go about solving this puzzle. Choose the one which is more convenient for you:

When successful, you are notified of the seal being broken. Head into the tower and get to the top floor to find the Graven-Mass Talisman sitting on a bed of crystal.


All Items in Elden Ring's Albinauric Rise

Gather & Farm Items

  • No Gatherables at this location


Upgrade Materials

  • No Upgrade Materials at this location


Equipment and Magic


Unique, Ashes and Keys

  • No Uniques, Ashes or Keys at this location


Elden Ring Albinauric Rise Creatures, Enemies, and Bosses

Regular Creatures and Enemies


Field Bosses and Bosses

  • There are no bosses at this location


Elden Ring Albinauric Rise Gallery and Notes

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    • Anonymous

      I was a little sad because I DID figure it out in that I wounded the imps badly, then lured one in close against my shield, and the one behind it struck it several times but its weapon just passed through harmlessly. Apparently physics only applies if they're mad at each other! xD But me having spirit ashes on the other side of the building and then killing them myself counts. Derp!

      • Anonymous

        throw crystal daggers at one of the imps, it makes enemies turn on each other for a short time. No need for spirit ashes or bewitching branch.

        • Anonymous

          Looking this up ahead of time because the puzzles have been getting ridiculous. This one I would never have figured out. Like, what if I didn't have those items?

          • Anonymous

            There is a magic door at the top of the tower. You cannot enter even if you jump from cliff onto the upper staircase. No puzzle-skip, unfortunately.

            • Anonymous

              I think you can also enter the tower bypassing the puzzle by jumping on its outer spiral staircase from the cliff across

              • Anonymous

                After 100% Tunic before playing Elden Ring... I can safely say Fromsoft does not know how to make interesting puzzles with these towers.

                • Anonymous

                  Updated to current version, playing online. I killed an imp before my imps did any damage to it and it didn't count. Your imps MAY just need to deal damage to an imp you kill to solve the puzzle. I let them wittle down while throwing daggers at the next imp and my imps last hit it, so I don't know if just dealing damage from an imp summon would've been enough to work.

                  • Anonymous

                    Why is the giant ball at the top of the tower the same kind of ball of heads Sellen was turned into? If you go all the way around it there is a really creepy smiling face

                    • Anonymous

                      This reminds me of a poorly designed escape room. How the hell would anyone figure that out on their own?

                      • Anonymous

                        So I summoned the imps, both got killed by one of the tower's Imps, and so I killed that imp myself and the tower opened for me. I repeat: I killed the imp myself and the tower opened after having just summoned the fanged imps.

                        • Anonymous

                          There's a Rune Arc in a chest that can be accessed from this tower. Move up the ladder in the tower and climb the stairs, but instead of entering the room where you find the Talisman, look southward and you'll notice a small plateau. Summon Torrent and double jump onto that plateau. There's an already opened chest with a Rune Arc inside.

                          • Anonymous

                            Your summoned imps actually need to kill another imp, won’t open if you kill one while they’re “out”

                            • I find this "puzzle" to be a bit insulting. This isn't like the killing the three beasts which are just friendly ghosts to unlock another tower. How in the world would anybody know this without reading a wiki? And it contains the most OP talisman in the game. I am saying this because I don't believe there was any clue as to what to do to unlock the barrier to the tower.
                              This helped me basically one-shot a late-game boss or two, and have a fighting chance as an average player against others.
                              The tower should have one of those stonesword key imps in its front saying something that helps the player.

                              • Anonymous

                                This tower is super easy to unlock. Just get those two imps near each other and shoot crystal darts at one of them. After a couple of throws, the imp will get shocked and start attacking the other imp. When one of the imp dies, the tower unlocks.

                                • Anonymous

                                  It is also possible to access it via horse jumping off a ledge just south of the tower, crystal darts are another way to make imps go crazy

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Just did this by summoning imps lvl 1 (from isolated merchant), imp killed them pretty fast but i unlocked the door by killing the imp myself afterwards

                                    • Anonymous

                                      I'm pretty sure you can skip this by jumping onto the staircase from the nearby cliff, if you approach it from the east.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Just to clarify you do not need to use both methods for seal to break. Rather puzzle #1 and puzzle #2 are two different solutions to the same puzzle. So choose one or the other according to what you have.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Just a correction to the article--the Graven-Mass Talisman is not in a chest. It is just an item pickup on the ground.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            SImilar to the Bewitching Branch, Crystal Darts causes Golem-type creatures like the Imps to target allies. So a few of those will turn one imp against the other and solve it in a similar manner to the branch. Cheaper/easier to do as well.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              I misunderstood the Puzzle #1, I thought the summon had to kill the Imp so I weakened the imp for them

                                              Turns out if the Summon kills the Imp it also counts as the Imp killing another Imp, so I cleared both Puzzle #1 and #2 at the same time

                                              • Anonymous

                                                third solution: you could also just kill them both at the same time, it will work too. Probably the easiest way since if you don't have the summon brought and levelled up or no materials for the 2nd solution.

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