Limgrave is a Location and Region in Elden Ring. The Limgrave region is the first accessible area of the game. Players, will emerge from one of the underground dwellings, and be treated to Limgrave's lush environments.


Limgrave is a lush, expansive section of the Tenebrae Demesne. Golden trees and tall grass and bushes provide plenty of sustenance for the local wildlife, that features boars, sheep, goat and rodents in addition to flying creatures such as eagles and owls. More sinister and aggressive wildlife also exists, and those venturing forth should be prepared to combat them.


Limgrave Map & Map Fragments in Elden Ring

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Sites of Grace & Sub-Locations in Limgrave Elden Ring




Sites of Grace




Elden Ring NPCs and Merchants in Limgrave


All Items in Elden Ring's Limgrave Zone


Limgrave Creatures, Enemies and Bosses in Elden Ring


Elden Ring Limgrave Maps and Notes

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All Elden Ring Locations
Abandoned Cave  ♦  Academy Crystal Cave  ♦  Academy Gate Town  ♦  Aeonia Swamp  ♦  Ailing Village  ♦  Ainsel River  ♦  Ainsel River Main  ♦  Ainsel River Well  ♦  Albinauric Rise  ♦  Altus Plateau  ♦  Altus Tunnel  ♦  Apostate Derelict  ♦  Artist's Shack  ♦  Auriza Hero's Grave  ♦  Auriza Side Tomb  ♦  Bellum Church  ♦  Bellum Highway  ♦  Bestial Sanctum  ♦  Black Knife Catacombs  ♦  Boilprawn Shack  ♦  Bridge of Sacrifice  ♦  Caelem Ruins  ♦  Caelid  ♦  Caelid Catacombs  ♦  Caelid Colosseum  ♦  Caelid Waypoint Ruins  ♦  Callu Baptismal Church  ♦  Capital Outskirts  ♦  Caria Manor  ♦  Carian Study Hall  ♦  Carriage  ♦  Castle Morne  ♦  Castle Sol  ♦  Cathedral of Manus Celes  ♦  Cathedral of the Forsaken  ♦  Cave of the Forlorn  ♦  Chapel of Anticipation  ♦  Chelona's Rise  ♦  Church of Dragon Communion  ♦  Church of Elleh  ♦  Church of Inhibition  ♦  Church of Irith  ♦  Church of Pilgrimage  ♦  Church of Repose  ♦  Church of the Plague  ♦  Church of Vows  ♦  Cliffbottom Catacombs  ♦  Colosseums  ♦  Consecrated Snowfield Catacombs  ♦  Converted Fringe Tower  ♦  Converted Tower  ♦  Corpse-Stench Shack  ♦  Craftsman's Shack  ♦  Cuckoo's Evergaol  ♦  Deathtouched Catacombs  ♦  Deep Ainsel Well  ♦  Deep Siofra Well  ♦  Deeprooth Depths  ♦  Demi-Human Forest Ruins  ♦  Divine Tower of Caelid  ♦  Divine Tower of East Altus  ♦  Divine Tower of Limgrave  ♦  Divine Tower of Liurnia  ♦  Divine Tower of West Altus  ♦  Dragon-Burnt Ruins  ♦  Dragonbarrow  ♦  Dragonbarrow Cave  ♦  East Windmill Pasture  ♦  Effigies of the Martyr  ♦  Elden Throne  ♦  Eternal City  ♦  First Church of Marika  ♦  Flame Peak  ♦  Forbidden Lands  ♦  Forest Lookout Tower  ♦  Forge of the Giants  ♦  Forlorn Hound Evergaol  ♦  Forsaken Ruins  ♦  Fort Faroth  ♦  Fort Gael  ♦  Fort Haight  ♦  Fort Laiedd  ♦  Fourth Church of Marika  ♦  Frenzied Flame Proscription  ♦  Frenzied Flame Village  ♦  Frenzy-Flaming Tower  ♦  Fringefolk Hero's Grave  ♦  Gael Tunnel  ♦  Gaol Cave  ♦  Gatefront Ruins  ♦  Gelmir Hero's Grave  ♦  Giant-Conquering Hero's Grave  ♦  Golden Lineage Evergaol  ♦  Gowry's Shack  ♦  Grand Cloister  ♦  Grand Lift of Dectus  ♦  Grand Lift of Rold  ♦  Groveside Cave  ♦  Guardians' Garrison  ♦  Hallowhorn Grounds  ♦  Heretical Rise  ♦  Hermit's Shack  ♦  Hermit Merchant's Shack  ♦  Hermit Village  ♦  Hidden Path to the Haligtree  ♦  Highroad Cave  ♦  Highway Lookout Tower (Altus Plateau)  ♦  Highway Lookout Tower (Liurnia)  ♦  Impaler's Catacombs  ♦  Isolated Divine Tower  ♦  Isolated Merchant's Shack (Dragonbarrow)  ♦  Jarburg  ♦  Kingsrealm Ruins  ♦  Lake of Rot  ♦  Lakeside Crystal Cave  ♦  Laskyar Ruins  ♦  Lenne's Rise  ♦  Leyndell Catacombs  ♦  Leyndell Colosseum  ♦  Leyndell Royal Capital  ♦  Limgrave Colosseum  ♦  Limgrave Tunnels  ♦  Lord Contender's Evergaol  ♦  Lunar Estate Ruins  ♦  Lux Ruins  ♦  Malefactor's Evergaol  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Altus Plateau)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Caelid)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Consecrated Snowfield)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Dragonbarrow)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Liurnia Northeast)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Liurnia Southwest)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Mistwood)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Mountaintops East)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Mt. Gelmir)  ♦  Minor Erdtree (Weeping Peninsula)  ♦  Minor Erdtree Catacombs  ♦  Minor Erdtree Church  ♦  Mirage Rise  ♦  Mistwood  ♦  Mistwood Ruins  ♦  Mohgwyn Dynasty Mausoleum  ♦  Moonfolk Ruins  ♦  Moonlight Altar  ♦  Morne Tunnel  ♦  Mountaintops of the Giants  ♦  Mt Gelmir  ♦  Murkwater Catacombs  ♦  Murkwater Cave  ♦  Night's Sacred Ground  ♦  Nokron, Eternal City  ♦  Nokstella, Eternal City  ♦  Old Altus Tunnel  ♦  Oridys's Rise  ♦  Perfumer's Grotto  ♦  Perfumer's Ruins  ♦  Purified Ruins  ♦  Ranni's Rise  ♦  Raya Lucaria Crystal Tunnel  ♦  Redmane Castle  ♦  Renna's Rise  ♦  Revenger's Shack  ♦  Ringleader's Evergaol  ♦  Road's End Catacombs  ♦  Rose Church  ♦  Roundtable Hold  ♦  Royal Grave Evergaol  ♦  Ruin-Strewn Precipice  ♦  Sainted Hero's Grave  ♦  Sealed Tunnel  ♦  Second Church of Marika  ♦  Seethewater Cave  ♦  Sellia Crystal Tunnel  ♦  Sellia Evergaol  ♦  Sellia Gateway  ♦  Sellia Hideaway  ♦  Sellia, Town of Sorcery  ♦  Seluvis's Rise  ♦  Shack of the Lofty  ♦  Shack of the Rotting  ♦  Siofra Aqueduct  ♦  Siofra River  ♦  Siofra River Well  ♦  Slumbering Wolfs Shack  ♦  Smoldering Church  ♦  Spiritspring  ♦  Stillwater Cave  ♦  Stormcaller Church  ♦  Stormfoot Catacombs  ♦  Stormgate  ♦  Stormhill  ♦  Stormveil Castle  ♦  stranded graveyard  ♦  Street of Sages Ruins  ♦  Subterranean Shunning-Grounds  ♦  Summonwater Village  ♦  Swamp Lookout Tower  ♦  Swamp of Aeonia  ♦  Temple Quarter  ♦  Testu's Rise  ♦  The Four Belfries  ♦  The Shaded Castle  ♦  Third Church of Marika  ♦  Tombsward Catacombs  ♦  Tombsward Cave  ♦  Tombsward Ruins  ♦  Tower of Return  ♦  Uhl Palace Ruins  ♦  Unsightly Catacombs  ♦  Village of the Albinaurics  ♦  Village Windmill Pasture  ♦  Volcano Cave  ♦  Walking Mausoleum  ♦  Weeping Peninsula  ♦  West Windmill Pasture  ♦  Windmill Village  ♦  Witchbane Ruins  ♦  Woodfolk Ruins  ♦  Writheblood Ruins  ♦  Wyndham Catacombs  ♦  Wyndham Ruins  ♦  Yelough Anix Ruins  ♦  Zamor Ruins

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    • Anonymous

      If you think this is the best region you need to go back to Bethesda games or wherever you came from. This sh1t is mind-numbingly easy and monotonous.

      • Anonymous

        Alright correct me if I'm wrong but were missing some sub locations.

        Weeping Evergaol, Tombsward Cave, Witchbane Ruins, Isolated Merchant's Shack, Tower of Return, Fourth Church of Marika, Minor Erdtree (Weeping Peninsula), Tombsward Catacombs, Tombsward Ruins, Church of Pilgrimage, Demi-Human Forest Ruins, Morne Tunnel, Callu Baptismal Church, Ailing Village, Castle Morne, Oridys's Rise, Impaler's Catacombs, Forest Lookout Tower, Earthbore Cave, Smoldering Church, and Warmaster's Shack

        That's all for sublocations, but I'll be back to analyze other categories

        • Anonymous

          Incantation Scarab headpiece missing too, which seems really weird considering it’s in the “main” section of Limgrave

          • Sorry but I lost the Map Links for “The First Step”, “Church of Ellen” and “Gatefront”. If someone can revert this back, it would be appreciated

            Also, the Sites of Grace should be ordered per the game, not alphabetically.

            • Anonymous

              Too many of these bosses aren't in Limgrave, like the Ancient Hero of Zamor and the Leonine Misbegotten. The writers of the wiki seem to be confusing the Weeping Peninsula with Limgrave, when both are separate areas.

              • Anonymous

                I have 46 total sites of grace in the limgrave region. Am I misunderstanding something or can someone tell me why the wiki only has 38 on the list?

                • Anonymous

                  Both the Imp Head (Wolf) and the Forked Greatsword can be farmed in the Fringefolk Hero's Grave. There is one in a side room near the fire pillar trap.

                  • Anonymous

                    I feel like including Stormveil Castle in this list is a bit misleading; even the game recognizes it as a non-Limgrave zone when you rest at a grace site, and Melina will thus take you to the Roundtable Hold, even before you kill Margit

                    • Anonymous

                      Patches and nepheli are missing from the npc list. Not sure if this is intentional because they’re in dungeons. I feel all NPCs in Limgrave should be on this page though.

                      • Anonymous

                        Would it be possible to list all of the items on an area page with the images like they are on the "weapons" page for example?

                        • Anonymous

                          Can we please have everything related to Stormveil Castle moved to it's own page. This is really confusing

                          • Anonymous

                            FYI, if you're wondering why invasions might be slow in Limgrave, it's likely because of all the ledge trolls wasting people's time, so a lot of invaders have just left. They basically sit on a cliff ledge that requires Torrent to reach and go afk. I've had 4 in a row in just one session, and not a single actual invasion since. If you're wondering if they're ledge trolling, look at the Compass and if you see the host icon near South and it's not moving, it's a troll.

                            • Anonymous

                              I almost didn't buy the game when I saw the early footage as all of it was only showing Limgrave and I found Limgrave too idyllic and colorful in comparison with DS3 and Bloodborne, I thought they got rid of the dark mood from previous games and made this into a clone of Ghost of Tsushima. Limgrave also didn't have many crazy looking enemies that I liked in previous games and looked quite boring and peaceful. I'm glad I was wrong and the other regions in the game have dark architecture (like Nokstella) and there are many crazy looking enemies and they are not boring. I virtually never return to Limgrave anymore, it's just so boring compared to other areas that I like

                              • Anonymous

                                I like the name Limgrave it is a good play on the theme of Godrick the Grafted. It is the grave site of Limbs for the unlucky tarnished Godrick has grafted on to himself. I'm sure the Fromsoft were having some fun with that :)

                                • Anonymous

                                  I like the name Limgrave it is a good play on the theme of Godrick the Grafted. It is the grave site of Limbs for the unlucky tarnished Godrick has grafted on to himself. I'm sure the Fromsoft were have some fun with that :)

                                  • Anonymous

                                    There is a boss with a healthbar called the Guardian Golem in the HighRoad Cave in the Northern area of Limgrave. I didn't see that on the boss list!

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Sites of Grace still wrong or missing:
                                      •"Gateside Ruins" is just 'Gateside' in game.
                                      •Fort Haight West is not listed.
                                      •Summonwater Village Outskirts is not listed
                                      •Stormfoot Catacombs is not listed
                                      •Cave of Knowledge does not appear to have a map link. Not really a big deal cause it's right next to Stranded Graveyard, which does. But still...
                                      •Castleward Tunnel is not listed.
                                      •Margit, the Fell Omen is not listed
                                      •None of the Weeping Peninsula Graces have been listed. I assume they get their own page, but they are still technically a part of Limgrave. Your call. Stormveil gets its own tab in-game, but Weeping Peninsula does not, so...
                                      •"Stormveil Gateside Chamber" is just 'Gateside Chamber' in-game.
                                      •I did not have Agheel Lake South unlocked. Shame on me.
                                      •"Agheel Tunnels" is not a place. This can be removed. The tunnels between Coastal Cave and Church of Dragon Communion don't really need a name, and even if they do, it shouldn't be listed in the Sites of Grace section.
                                      •"Ruined Cellar" listing needs to be removed. I assume this is referring to Sorceress Sellen's hangout spot. This has its own name and is already listed in the Graces. It is just clutter now.

                                      That's all I got. Anybody else?

                                      • Anonymous

                                        All of the bosses here are a joke, including the guy in the big castle nort-west.
                                        They feel like trash mobs. No need to learn their patterns; just run in, spam r1 and roll, heal sometimes, and that's it.
                                        You can kill each of them with like 5 hits anyway.
                                        Are there actual bosses later on in the game?

                                        • Anonymous

                                          I can't seem to find Dragonpass Cave. That's the only location I have yet to find in Limgrave. Perhaps it's by Church of Dragon Communion?? Maybe you need to get 3 dragon hearts and get the 3 offerings before it becomes available?? I haven't seen anything of Dragonpass Cave online or on YouTube yet.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Looked all around and don't see a Ruined Cellar, Agheel Tunnels, or Dragonpass Cave site of grace. Also there's no Gatefront Ruins one, only a Gatefront one so thats on there twice.

                                            This is also missing the sites of grace for Castleward Tunnel, Margit the fell omen, Stormfoot Catacombs, and Artists Shack.

                                            • The Howling Wolf man in Mistwood is named Blaidd The Half-Wolf. Once talked to he can help in the fight with Bloodhound Knight Darriwil. Snap Gesture is need to make him jump down. (Maybe)

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