Cliffbottom Catacombs

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Catacombs found at the bottom of the cliffs in the eastern side of the Liurnia of the Lakes region, now infested by Imps and Omens

Cliffbottom Catacombs is a Location in Elden Ring. The Cliffbottom Catacombs are found in Liurnia of the Lakes. The entrance to the catacombs can be found by following the cliffside south on the east edge of Liurnia of the Lakes.

 

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All NPCs and Merchants in Cliffbottom Catacombs

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All Items in Elden Ring's Cliffbottom Catacombs

Elden Ring Cliffbottom Catacombs Creatures, Enemies, and Bosses

Regular Creatures and Enemies

 

Field Bosses and Bosses

 

Cliffbottom Catacombs Walkthrough

Cliffbottom Catacombs is a catacombs that is filled with imps and omens. Walk carefully to not wake or alert the omens or get jumped on by the imps. The catacombs also have multiple buttons on the floor that trigger traps that shoot projectiles at the player; you can use them to your advantage by triggering them to hit enemies. The imps in this dungeon will throw a blue pot explosion at players.

Leaving the Site of Grace going down the stairs you will see the elevator room, step on the button to lower yourself down. A lever is present at the top and bottom of the shaft for you to call the elevator if it is not there. The first room after the elevator has 2 imps, one on the wall ahead and one standing on the right of the entrance. Past this room is the pair of locked doors flanked by 2 statues, the door will be unlocked by a lever found deep in the catacombs. 

Stepping into the rest of the catacombs you will walk into a square room with a staircase, the stairs lead downwards going over a pit where an omen can be seen sitting. Going forward into the next tunnel be careful of both the floor trap as well as the imp in the ceiling, there is another imp on the corner ahead that will jump you so be prepared for it.

Through this tunnel you enter into a room with a high ceiling, and some stairs leading up on the left side, straight ahead there is a sleeping ogre between the pillars, kill it to get to the grave glovewort behind it. Up the stairs is a sealed door and an imp statue but also another omen, this time awake and patrolling, above them are a pair of imps ready to throw grenades at you if you catch their attention. You could either rush the imps by going up the stairs and ignoring the omen or kite the omen down the stairs to separate the imps and the omen to make for an easier fight.  You can also stealth up the side of the stairs and through the door while the omen is walking the other direction, the imps will not notice.

The room sealed by the Imp statue will require a Stonesword Key to open, inside you will find 1 imp enemy and the Nox Mirrorhelm. Go up the stairs and carefully deal with the two imps in this room, a floor trap is placed right at the entrance to the room which can be used to shoot projectiles into one of the imps. Following the path out of this room you will find yourself in the space above the initial set of stairs and entrance. There are multiple imps in this area and in the room on the left you can find 3 imps, the body there holds the scythe for you to loot. 

To proceed to the lever you have to drop down into the room under the first set of stairs leading from the locked doors. This part of the catacombs has multiple omens roaming the halls so tread carefully. Moving around the tunnels here you can find remains with loot on them, one of which is the Prattling Pate "Wonderful"

From the room you dropped down into go east to advance, there you will find a single omen blocking the way forward, kill them to proceed. At the end of these tunnels is a ladder, climb it to find a room with a carpet and some bookshelves. On the left you will find an omen looking at a tomb in front of a stone statue, going right will lead you to the lever and the way back to the start. On the tomb is the Page Ashes.

BOSS BATTLE: ERDTREE BURIAL WATCHDOG

This fight is against a variant version of the Erdtree Burial Watchdog that uses a staff, spells and has three heads that will do a three-headed fire-breathing attack. The fight is against just the boss without any additional enemies. The boss still uses the same movement pattern as the normal Erdtree Burial Watchdog, in their seated form floating up and towards the player before stomping down and walking towards the player to slam and slamming that down while in their standing form. While seated the Erdtree Burial Watchdog will also cast spells at players, breathing flames at them or casting seeking Glintstone Sorceries. Defeating this boss will reward you with Kaiden Sellsword Ashes and 3,200 Runes.

 

Elden Ring Cliffbottom Catacombs Gallery and Notes

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    • Anonymous

      I'm surprised at some of the comments about this catacomb. Obviously omen in an enclosed area like this are no joke, especially if you end up having to fight more than one at a time, but unless I'm confusing this place for another catacomb that also has omen in it with the imps as well as a prattling pate to collect, I killed the first omen I saw with frenzied burst cast from the floor above with no chance of it being able to reach me and I was able to sneak up on all the others to do enough damage so they only needed to be hit once or twice when they got up. Again assuming I'm not mixing this dungeon up for a different one, even the omen that were patrolling the corridors near where a glovewart and the prattling pate were didn't give me any trouble, I haven't noticed it in any other catacomb so far but the corridors where the omen are patrolling in circuits through this dungeon have bushes making it very easy to hide until they pass then hit them for maximum damage before they even know you are there. I understand different players will make builds they enjoy playing and use tactics that suit, but I don't think its a good idea to ignore stealth for easy kills or to damage a tough enemy as much as possible before fighting them because stealth or sneak attacks don't suit the character you've created.

      • Anonymous

        I just finished this catacomb, and I didn't get the scythe. There was a golden rune 3 on the body instead.

        • Anonymous

          The omens in the basement were hard in that small space, easy to get trapped in to a corner then die. Get your best burst damage ready and sneak up on them. The end boss was easy compared to that basement stretch.

          • Anonymous

            Use a Bow, Throwing Knives, to agro imps out, and the Omens you can use Fire incantation/bow to get the ones at bottom from above, the one guarding a treasure you can use a Bow from the stair area, A bow is your friend use it, invest in arrows to keep in stock. the problem is most people just want rush through and just hack their way through, kill smarter, not harder, unless your a SUPER Top notch player.

            • Anonymous

              A little below lvl 50 and jesus this place is an imp orgy ground. Plus never knew an omen's fatass could use a ladder....well I know it now!

              • Anonymous

                A little below lvl 50 and jesus this place is an imp orgy ground. Plus never knew an omen's fatass could use a ladder....well I know it now!

                • Anonymous

                  this place is a hellhole, and not at all worth it. a boss worth 3200 runes and ashes you don't need? you will lose far more runes to his hole than you will ever get out of it

                  • Anonymous

                    For anyone aggravated: Go to Liurnia Highway North site of grace, then head directly east. The incline there will lead you to the lower grounds beneath the cliff.

                    • Anonymous

                      From the room you dropped down into go east to advance, there you will find a single ogre blocking the way forward, kill them to proceed.

                      You can dodge the ogre if you run to the corner and crouch, then sneak pass him once he has walked out.

                      • Anonymous

                        Glad it's not just me, level 46 and I've got nothing for this place ha, died at least 10 times already, even knowing what and where the imps and ogres going to be....

                        I agree, this place is hell

                        • Anonymous

                          The enemies in this dungeon seem to be very resistant to magic, my sorceries barely damage the imps/ogres.

                          • Anonymous

                            The enemies in this dungeon seem to be very resistant to magic, my sorceries barely damage the imps/ogres.

                            • Anonymous

                              The enemies in this dungeon seem to be very resistant to magic, my sorceries barely damage the imps/ogres.

                              • Anonymous

                                Kind of dig the ghastly ethereal blue flame aesthetic. Makes the other catacombs look really bland and unimaginative and now I wonder why FROM didn't do more with them.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Kind of dig the ghastly ethereal blue flame aesthetic. Makes the other catacombs look really bland and unimaginative and now I wonder why FROM didn't do more with them.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Entire dungeon is literally Flame of Redmanes weapon art > Riposte > Repeat. Dead.
                                    See an imp? Riposte in face. An Ogre? Riposte in stomach. Still alive? Repeat.

                                    This shuts down all Imp dodging and risks and can stomp their ganks. This completely shuts down Ogre but needs two casts to down them though it staggers after each use. get some range if necessary. Trvializes dungeon. TIP: Use Misericorde with its 140 crit and infuse it with the Flame of Redmanes ash.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      First imp at start cannot be backstabbed, at least not without a ton of waiting for it to get much closer when it resets its route. The imp on the right is timed and positioned to hit you if you try and make the first imp alert which causes its back to turn and not match its hitbox. If you practice enough, sure it just might be possible but its a pretty rigged setup by FROM to screw you over. Don't waste the time trying.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        cleared at level 48, but was tough with around ~7 deaths
                                        when you drop down from the stairs, drop at the bottem left of the stairs so the ogre doesn't agro you. Just ignore the ogre and sneak on into the corridor. There are plenty more enemies to fight ahead

                                        • Anonymous

                                          There is nothing of note to be found for those curious about the unreachable level (the 2nd to the lowest floor of the dungeon) in the open area with the stairs, as it's just a dark and empty looping hallway going in a square,
                                          like the floor below with the trolls.
                                          Trust me on this, I spent about an hour trying to make the jump thinking I found a secret lol

                                          • Anonymous

                                            After defeating the dungeon boss I used the return to beginning option and the door was shut, I couldn't leave without fast traveling. I didn't explore the dungeon again so I can't say if it was intended or just a bug.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              After defeating the boss, the entrance is closed and cannot open. I'm stuck and not sure what to do. Anyone else experienced this?

                                              • Anonymous

                                                if you are having trouble with the orgies after you face the room after the 1st turn has a trap that you can set off and dodge out of the way and it will kill them

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  This has been the cave where I have died to most so far in the game (I . Highly recommend a summon for this one. I'm lvl 55.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Really weird game design. Nothing indicates you need to fall here to proceed, but you do. If you're stuck just fall of the stairs.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      The ogre blocking the way forward (as mentioned above) can be snuck by if you reach the farthest wall, crouch, and slowly creep past it. Be wary of pots and other breakable items along the wall in the hallway behind him, as breaking them alerts him to your presence.

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