Colossal Fingercreeper

colossal fingercreeper
Location Flame Peak
Drops runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 4627 Runes

The Colossal Fingercreeper is a Wildlife Creature in Elden Ring. Colossal Fingercreepers are the largest variants of the Fingercreeper monster.


Elden Ring Colossal Fingercreeper Locations

Where to Find Colossal Fingercreeper:

  • Flame Peak: There is one Colossal Fingercreeper hiding below the ground in the north-eastern area of flame peak. 
  • Flame Peak : There is one Colossal Fingercreeper hanging on a cliff right above a Giant Crow close to the Foot of the Forge site of grace, it will drop on the Giant Crow and instantly kill it if the player gets too close.


Elden Ring Colossal Fingercreeper Drops


Colossal Fingercreeper Notes & Tips

  • Notes and player tips go here


 Colossal Fingercreeper Image Gallery

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    • Anonymous

      Had no problemo around lv120 and a +7 fire weapon, I think the big Magma Wyrm Curved Sword with the pubes on it.

      • Anonymous

        The regular hands, while annoying at the time you fight them, are manageable. Easy, even, if you use fire to stun them and then burn them down in the interim. But these guys?

        Oh no, it wasn't enough that they were already the size of the player, now they gotta be big enough to swat giant crows out of the air!

        Oh no, it wasn't enough that they could do some damage, now these giant slap machines can two shot you from 45 vigor!

        Oh no, it wasn't enought that they had a decent HP pool, now they have one the size of a Giant, and without the ability to stagger them easily with a few jump attacks like the latter!

        Thank goodness that they only show up in 4 times, two being inert unless you bother them, one only triggering if you approach a certain giant crow. But the last has to be snuck around to reach the Crimsonwhorl Bubbletear, and is a pain to fight if you don't clear out the jar-thrower giants, which is too much hassle when they don't drop anything remotely worth it for the effort.

        ...Wouldn't have it any other way, Game of the Year baby.

        • Anonymous

          A lot of comments moaning about not liking these colossal motherf**kers.
          WTF? To stop playing any game you paid money for in a little hissy fit because you don't like an enemy's appearance is cutting your nose off to spite your face.
          In the context of what we see playing through the story and learning about the history of the lands between these enemies are not exactly out of place by this late in the game. It's a f**ked up place that isn't meant to look like some sort of advanced Utopia.
          Get a drip FFS.

          • Anonymous

            I wonder if there's some thematic/lore reason Miyazaki made Mountaintop such an unfair, empty wasteland of sadness and disappointment.

            • Anonymous

              Unironically easier to fight since they get stuck on terrain often and have more difficulty turning around.

              • Anonymous

                First time seeing the one that drops kill one of those massive birds made me want to turn off the console. Least favorite enemy in the game by a long shot and now I have to fight its bigger, uglier cousin? Big NOPE. Even worse when you kill it expecting something great like an ancient somber smithing stone since the smaller ones were giving somber 7s and instead getting half the runes you get from killing a giant in the same area plus a big fat nothing else? Never again.

                • Anonymous

                  Never thought I would want to quit such a great game out of pure disgust. Good job placing such out-of-context abominations in one of the most significant place in the game.

                  • Anonymous

                    Imagine if Fromsoft were cruel enough to make a Colossal Revenant or Colossal Runebears as future dlc enemies, I hope their sadism doesn't go that far.

                    • Anonymous

                      The ones in Caria Manor are dropping smithing stones, I would have to test that in detail, but I've done a couple of runs and they are dropping smithing stones after respawning.

                      • Anonymous

                        These giant Fingercreepers are NOT weak to fire like the smaller versions. They will not burst into flame from a single or multiple fire attacks. I’m guessing the lore reason is because they were taken from dead Fire Giants.

                        • Anonymous

                          I think these things are really meant more as a hazard than an enemy you're supposed to fight. Like lava. You're not supposed to fight the lava, just avoid it. Same idea here. They're not worth killing, anyway.

                          • Anonymous

                            Why do they do 180's so much faster than the medium-sized variants when that is the most reliable counter after a fire incantation?

                            Wouldn't they turn slower due to their size?

                            What did I personally do to Hidetaka Miyazaki to make him hate me so much?

                            • Anonymous

                              I wonder if they'll drop something if you kill them without any weapons/Consumables - only your own hands... someone needs to test this!

                              • These creatures don't seem to drop anything except runes. I've killed 20 of them with 230 discovery and they didn't drop anything, more testing may be needed though

                                • Anonymous

                                  The Colossal versions seem buggy. I have many Ash of Wat attacks not register on them 50% of the time, despite in range. Tried both with Flame of the Redmanes and the Taker's flame (Blasphemous Blade) and the fire attcks just dont register half the times. They also have annoying attacks that can be blocked and the are way too big and the camera can lose track and lose focus. Also, killing them dropped nothing for me, unlike other smaller versions which can occasionally drop Somber 7s.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Okay. What developer was just typing code all day and thought; We need some giant constantly typing hands in this game to kill off players and be nightmare fuel so they can finally feel my pain.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      I just want to say there's something seriously ****y about these things. I've had pots and attacks phase through them several times per fight. This is increadibly frustrating because fighting them is annoying enough already.

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