Want to know how you can get every ending in Elden Ring?
Each of Elden Ring’s endings brings its own unique twist to the conclusion of your adventures in The Lands Between. Whether it is cursing the entire world or just taking a well-deserved sit on the throne after all the traveling, you’ll have plenty of options on how your character’s fate will turn out.
However, there are a handful of important characters you will meet throughout the game, and no one can tell which NPCs will provide a possible ending.
While there aren’t essentially any good or bad endings in the game, you may have noticed that The Lands Between has a certain moral greyness, and one has proved to be quite popular, and it is not the typical ending of Elden Ring.
In this guide, we will show you how to get every ending for your character in Elden Ring.
Let’s get right into it!
Age of Fracture Ending
The Age of Fracture ending is the normal ending of Elden Ring. This is the one that Melina has been leading players throughout the game. Once you’ve defeated the Elden Beast, walk over and touch Fractured Marika.
Now, choose the option to mend the ring, and you will become the next Elden Lord and sit upon the throne.
To get this ending, players will have to defeat at least two of the demi-gods, Morgott, the Fire Giant, claim its giant’s fire to burn thorns blocking your way, defeat Malekith in Farum Azula, and then kill the final bosses in Leyndell.
Age of Stars Ending
The Age of Stars is one of the two alternate endings which involves helping the witch Ranni to replace Marika with you as her eternal consort. The Age of the Stars starts a thousand year voltage guided by the wisdom of the moon.
You will ascend with Ranni to godhood, and the moon replaces the Erdtree.
If you want to get this ending, you will have to complete the Elden Ring Ranni quest and use her summon sign in the arena after you’ve defeated the final boss. It is probably the longest and most memorable questline, so this ending takes some time to prepare.
Age of Duskborn Ending
This ending is called Fia’s ending and is an alternate version of the Age of Fracture in which you remove the curse of immortality plaguing The Lands Between. To do this, you will need to complete Fia’s questline to obtain the Mending Rune of the Deat Prince, which can be used on Fractured Marika.
After Ranni, this is probably the second-longest ending in Elden Ring, especially since it takes quite a bit of work to make your way to the Deeporoot Depths.
Age of Order Ending
Like the Age of Duskborn ending, this is another variation of the default ending the game gives you. For this ending, the game requires you to use the Mending Rune of Perfect Order on Fractured Marika.
You can get this from Goldmask and Brother Corhyn’s questline. This should restore the Erdtree to its former glory and makes things appear much the same way as they were before.
To obtain the Mending Rune of Perfect Order, you have to follow Corhyn’s questline and meet him in various places along your journey. Aside from the high intelligence spell that you need to cast, this questline is quite straightforward since Corhyn and Gold Mask essentially follow the same track as you throughout the game.
Blessing of Despair Ending
The Blessing of Despair is the Dung Eater’s ending, which requires you to use the Mending RUne of the Fell Curse on Fractured Marika. Anyone who has done the Dung Eater questline will quickly realize that this is a bad ending due to the fact that you will set a curse on the world and all of its inhabitants.
The idea behind this ending is simple, since all you need to do is give Dung Eater five Seedbed Curse items to obtain the Mending Rune of the Fell Curse.
However, the Seedbed Curse items can be hard to come by in The Lands Between. To start this ending, you will need to find Dung Eater. You’ll see him past the Twin Maiden Husks in the Roundtable Hold around the time you arrive in Altus.
Showing him a Seedbed Cursed item will reward you a key to his cell in the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds below Leyndell.
Lord of Frenzied Flame Ending
Many consider the Lord of Frenzied Flame a bad ending and even worse than the Blessing of Despair. The main reason is that you basically burn the Erdtree and all reality with it, unleashing the Frenzied Flame of the Three Fingers.
If you got the Frenzied Flame from the Forge under the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds in Leyndell, all other endings will be inaccessible until you get rid of it.
The only thing you need to do for this ending is to meet the Three Fingers and get the Seal of the Frenzied Flame.
That sums up our guide on how to get every ending in Elden Ring. For your questions and other concerns, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below, and we’ll do our best to answer them.