Greyoll's Dragonbarrow is a Location in Elden Ring. The Dragonbarrow region is the stretch of plateaus and hills located directly north of Caelid. Players can get to Dragonbarrow by heading up the hills east of Caelem Ruins and jumping over the chasm with Torrent. Alternatively, players can take the sending gate northeast of the Third Church of Marika in Limgrave which leads to the Bestial Sanctum in the northeastern tip of this sub-region.

 

Greyoll's Dragonbarrow is a large stretch of plateaus secluded from the main Caelid landmass. It is a sanctuary made by the dragons who escaped the scarlet rot plaguing the lands to the south.

 

Greyoll's Dragonbarrow Map & Map Fragments

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Elden Ring Greyoll's Dragonbarrow Sites of Grace & Sub-Locations

Sites of Grace

Sub-Locations

 

All NPCs and Merchants in Greyoll's Dragonbarrow

 

All Items in Elden Ring's Greyoll's Dragonbarrow Zone

 

Elden Ring Greyoll's Dragonbarrow Creatures, Enemies and Bosses

 

Elden Ring Greyoll's Dragonbarrow Maps and Notes

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    • Anonymous

      I hate the Bell Bearing Hunter at Isolated Merchant's Shack.
      Not only he has a ridiculous and pointless amount of Dmg and HP, he also is covered by this godamn red-eyed doggo -.-
      From Software really was like "Let's make this boss as awful and unfair as possible."

      • Anonymous

        Honestly I think balance-wise, the intention of this place was to basically be what Caelid was like for a lot of people starting out, scary area you're WAY underleveled for and makes you want to leave but you're incentivized to return throughout a playthrough, but stretched out until the late game, and acting as place you can test yourself in, like what the Dancer acts as in DS3 where you can try her as early as the second boss, despite being intended to be fought as the 11th or 12th boss and as the start of the lategame

        • Anonymous

          Should be noted that the Golem that you can get to by doing a series of jumps is not at all worth killing, unless you are interested in the mildly unique fight. It doesn't drop anything, the fight itself is significantly more difficult than any other with a golem that I've encountered because its legs are not exposed, and it does a massive amount of damage on top of that. It's guarding an item, I think it was a rune arc. Don't bother.

          • Anonymous

            I figured out why Dragonbarrow sucks. FromSoft originally intended this area to be populated by unique, powerful enemies. Cool idea, right? Well, it was until they decided to just copy-paste a bunch of regular enemies from southern Caelid and give them an absurd damage buff and a disgusting amount of health. So instead of a scary, iconic region of the map, you just cross a line in the sand and get wrecked by the same enemies you were previously able to defeat with ease.

            • Anonymous

              I can't describe the pain I felt trying to restore Radahn's great rune at level 70 directly after clearing Caelid. Trying to navigate this place at that level felt like a cruel joke.

              • Anonymous

                This area is bizarre to me. Accessible from the very start of the game with no entry conditions but scales above Leyndell. Despite having the second half of the Dectus Medallion?? So you’d think the game would say okay Limgrave -> Liurnia -> Caelid but no it’s only half of Caelid for some reason. Luckily it’s tiny and there’s barely anything here

                • Anonymous

                  This area is bizarre to me. Accessible from the very start of the game with no entry conditions but scales above Leyndell. Despite having the second half of the Dectus Medallion?? So you’d think the game would say okay Limgrave -> Liurnia -> Caelid but no it’s only half of Caelid for some reason. Luckily it’s tiny and there’s barely anything here

                  • Anonymous

                    I took on Caelid before liurnia because I wanted a challenge. Dragon barrow finally wrecked me and I didn't return until after Leyndel. Tough place

                    • Anonymous

                      Hard to say what From wanted from this area, balance-wise. On the one hand, you're presumably meant to come here directly after finishing Caelid (the other Dectus medallion is here) but the enemies here are much stronger than in Caelid, which you would not assume at first glance. I mean, it looks exactly like the rest of Caelid. I think maybe this is a case of "come back when you're stronger," like what happened if you wandered into Caelid from Limgrave, but these enemies are even harder than some in late-game areas like Haligtree and Crumbling Farum Azula. So you're left with this area that's strangely way too difficult until late-game but also tricks you into maybe thinking you're meant to come here right after Caelid.

                      • Anonymous

                        If you ever need to farm runes, the Vulgar Milita here are worth around 1k runes, and I was 1 hit-crit killing them pre-level 50 after using the waygate to get there. I was getting something like 1 level worth of runes every 5 minutes when I started. Rogier's Rapier casts Glintblade Phalanx and will break poise with one cast, then finish them off with a crit.

                        • Anonymous

                          2 mistakes to rectify:
                          - Black blade kindred is listed as a regular enemy despite actually being a boss
                          - dragons which are all over the place are not listed at all (I don't know their exact name. In fact that's what I am looking for)

                          • Anonymous

                            Why are so many encounters in Dragonbarrow so disproportionately powerful? Black Blade Kindred, the Godskin Apostle in the divine tower, Greyoll and the dragons that surround her, the runebear in Dragonbarrow cave, even the Putrid Avatar is stronger than every other one in the game, including the one in the Haligtree.

                            • Anonymous

                              I wish that after I become Elden Lord I could use my great strength to split the ****ing earth and let Dragonbarrow fall into the goddamn sea.

                              • Anonymous

                                You guys missed the Ash of War: Rain of Arrows. You get it by doing some platforming on giant roots over the edge of the cliff north-north-east of fort faroth and south of the minor erdtree.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Vulgar militia is all over the place around the Bestial Sanctum, so they'll need to be added to this page.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    weak enemies, can 1 shot everything in this region with my +5 Bloodhound's Fang, best weapon in the game no cap

                                    • If you start from the Fort Faroth grace, you can just walk up behind the dragon and hit it endlessly while no attacks can reach you. I went on the left side against the body near the wing.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I don't know if the host of this page will read this but I have info to donate to this page which is that as a low level character I went over to this area and fought this huge dragon I swear he had thousands of health I was using two greatswords and a amulet that boost consecutive hits and I was only dealing around 400 damage each combo I also found out said dragon is weak to the dragon damage as I used a thing to give my greatswords more damage I was then dealing almost 500 damage per combo of course by combo I mean upper left trigger button it took me roughly and hour and a half to kill it. It drops five dragon hearts the dragon in Question I think is called gyroar or something like that I don't remember the exact name as I was more focused on exploring

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