Mausoleum Soldier Ashes

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Type Spirit Summon
FP Cost 75 HP Cost -
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Summons five mausoleum soldier spirits

Mausoleum Soldier Ashes is a Spirit and Summon in Elden Ring. Mausoleum Soldier Ashes summons five mausoleum soldier spirits.

Mausoleum Soldiers can also be found as Enemies in Elden Ring. For more information, see Mausoleum Soldier.

 

Ashen remains in which spirits yet dwell.
Use to summon the spirits of five mausoleum soldiers.

Spirits of five headless soldiers who confound foes by disappearing and reappearing at will.

The mausoleum is where the bodies of soulless demigods are lain to rest, and these soldiers followed their masters into Death by severing their own heads from their bodies.

 

Where to find Mausoleum Soldier Ashes

Where to Find Mausoleum Soldier Ashes

  • Located at the base of a small dead tree at the edge of a cliff in the Deeproot Depths.
    From the The Nameless Eternal City site of grace located in the Deeproot Depths, go north until you reach the Mausoleum. From there, go north toward the cliff and follow the edge until you reach the northmost location possible. (Map location)
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Elden Ring Mausoleum Soldier Ashes Guide

  • Consumes Medium FP (75)
  • You must be near a rebirth monument to summon spirits from ashes.
  • When you are close to a rebirth monument and able to summon, a monument icon will appear on the left side of the screen.

 

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    • Anonymous

      Secretly the best summons in the whole game for damage. Individual summons can outdamage one of these but nothing hits as hard as this whole mob. Their teleporting also lets their AI stay aggressive and engaged in the fight where other summons get lost or get stuck trailing behind bosses.

      • Anonymous

        Super underrated spirit ash. You basically get 5 teleporting soldiers, while the sword ones can block, the pickaxe ones can poisebreak and all can go ranged with their crossbows if necessary. They almost managed to solo Radahn and two of them even made it to Elden Beast.

        • Anonymous

          Summoned these guys for the Ancestral Spirit fight, one of them one-shot the boss when it turned into one of the spirit deer with his crossbow. 10/10

          • Anonymous

            I've been using raya lucaria soldier ashes for a while and I upgraded them to +8 after seeing the damage they can do to a single boss and how long they can survive, they did much better against that c**t Mohg in the cathedral of the forsaken than lone wolves +9 and Oleg +6. How do these mausoleum soldier ashes compare? I'd especially appreciate any replies from anyone who has used both.

            • Anonymous

              Deploy them against enemies with moderate poise while using a bow or pike, keep aggro and lead you foe through your Squad, keep the Sword and Board soldier from gaining aggro his health pool is slightly lower than the others and he is crucial to any body blocking strategy as his dodge doesn't activate as often. If possible share aggro with the twin Warpicks as their poise is higher than the others. Above all else position your enemies to be interrupted by the GS Soldiers they can and will knock them over with a heavy thrust attack.

              • Anonymous

                Why do they do so much damage?

                Well, given that they cut off their heads(and thus severed their brains), it means their only way of navigating is via the, quote-unquote, "sixth sense", which, put simply, is that same thing that causes a random spike of tension for some.

                However, given it's their only sense, it means that it's likely honed to an extreme point. Especially exemplified with the Mausoleum Knights having just as good greatbow aim as the others.

                How does this translate to damage? Well, with the sixth sense so honed, they can immediately detect easy roast spots on their target. Godrick's jordans are fake. Radahn has a yee-yee ass haircut. Renalla is a giga nerd. Rykard is sitting at home eating nothing but cheetos(tarnished). Morgott is a simp. The list goes on. As such, despite their lack of mouths, and as such, speech, the confidence this knowledge gives them bolsters their strength.

                • Anonymous

                  Are you seriously fighting bosses by yourself? *Rings Spirit-Calling Bell* Nah, I'm with my BOOOOOOYYYSSS!!!

                  • Anonymous

                    These guys are absolutely awesome. They can tank, they can teleport dodge, they have greatshields, they have greatswords, they can gank on mobs, hell they can even stunlock Malenia's first phase by themselves!
                    Best non-hero summons, hands down!

                    • Anonymous

                      Thoroughly impressed with these lads. Sort of tanky, heavy hitting, you get 5 goons and they do that instant transmission dodge. I feel like they're the best of the mob-type summons. I +10'd no question.

                      • Anonymous

                        My favourite summons right next to knight ogha and the sisters puppets, use an uplifting aromatic and boom, whatever was your problem, is no longer a problem

                        • Anonymous

                          Pretty sturdy boys, good damage. Almost killed Malenias second form when upgraded to +8, as they constantly knocked her on the floor. Decent Ashes to use when you need some frontline.

                          • Anonymous

                            Found them, they are in deeproot depths(optional area) North of nameless eternal city grace past a lopsided tower with a knight archer and the ashes are beside a tiny tree(?) Near the edge

                            • Anonymous

                              Found them, they are in deeproot depths(optional area) North of nameless eternal city grace past a lopsided tower with a knight archer and the ashes are beside a tiny tree(?) Near the edge

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