Want to know all Weeping Peninsula boss locations in Elden Ring?
The Weeping Peninsula is a sub-region in Elden Ring that is found below the mainland of Limgrave and features ten bosses for the Tarnished adventurers to find and defeat. To reach the peninsula, players must travel to the southeastern end of Lake Agheel.
From there, players will need to follow the road to the Bridge of Sacrifice. This bridge is guarded by a few Godrick Soldiers, including an enemy mounted on a Ballista.
Due to this, those who are planning to explore the other side must tread swiftly and cautiously to avoid getting hit by the projectiles. Once you’ve made your way to the Weeping Peninsula in Elden Ring, you can begin searching for sub-regions and bosses.
In this guide, we’re going to show you all Weeping Peninsula boss locations in Elden Ring.
Let’s get right into it!
Ancient Hero of Zamor
One of the hardest bosses you’ll face in Weepining Peninsula is the Ancient Hero of Zamor. You can access this boss fight by using a Stonesword Key on the imp statue near the stone circle.
This should open a way to the Weeping Evergaol. After approaching the blue light, the Ancient Hero of Zamor will spawn and confront you.
This boss in Elden Ring uses a variety of frost breath attacks. If you’ve played Dark Souls III, it features a similar moveset to The Dancer. Once defeated, the Ancient Hero of Zamor will drop Radagon’s Scarseal.
One of the first two Cemetery Shades in Elden Ring can be found in the Tombsward Catacombs after solving the puzzle there. The Cemetery Shade is a fast-moving boss that can teleport around you and inflict blood loss when hit.
At range, the Cemetery Shade shoots a green sticky substance that can ensnare you in place. After defeating the boss, you’ll be rewarded with the Lhutel the Headless Spirit Ashes.
If you had a hard time fighting the previous Deathbird in The Lands Between, it makes another appearance in the Castle Morne Ramparts area in Weeping Peninsula. This time, the Deathbird is accompanied by a group of flying enemies.
While its moveset remains the same, it has higher health and hits a lot harder. Due to this, it’s best to try riding Torrent during the fight to avoid its attacks easier.
Once you’ve slain the Deatbird, you’ll be rewarded with the Blue-Feathered Branchsword.
The Erdtree Avatars exist to protect Minor Erdtrees scattered around The Lands Between. Needless to say, you can find this Erdtree Avatar in Weeping Peninsal guarding the Minor Erdtree in the center of the area.
It wields a giant stone pillar that deals incredible damage. Fortunately, it is quite slow and cumbersome despite having powerful damage. The Erdtree Avatar can also cast Incantations with a large AoE blast so beware if it plants its weapon into the ground.
Killing the Erdtree Avatar will reward you with the Opaline Bubbletear and Crimsonburst Crystal Tear.
Erdtree Burial Watchdog
Another recurring boss in Weepining Peninsula is the Erdtree Burial Watchdog. This NPC in the area can be found as the boss of Impaler’s Catacomb just east of the Bridge of Sacrifice. A notable difference from its Limgrave version is the little goblins that surround the room.
When fighting this boss, we recommend taking the goblins out before focusing on the watchdog, or you will be in for a very challenging and frustrating fight.
The Erdtree Burial Watchdog also has two heads and more powerful flame attacks. It also has a generally higher health and attack power.
Killing the Burial Watchdog drops the Demi-Human Ashes.
One of the greater bosses in Elden Ring is Leonin Misbegotten. This boss can be found on the beach below Castle Morne. Equipped with a giant sword, Leonine bounds around the arena and attacks with sweeping swings of his sword, dealing massive damage when you get hit.
Leonine Misbegotten also uses several combos and has the ability to turn on a dime to get further attacks in.
The best opening you can get for this boss is after he leaps and plants his sword into the ground. If you manage to kill Leonine Misbegotten, you’ll be rewarded with the unique Grafted Blade Greatsword.
Miranda the Blighted Bloom
Miranda, the Blighted Bloom, is the boss version of the giant flower you have encountered in the Waypoint Ruins in Limgrave. Miranda is found as the final boss of Tombsward Cave.
Her boss room is very cramped, and she is guarded by a few blighted blooms who frequently spit poison at you. Miranda herself uses the same light beam and poison attacks as the enemy in Limgrave, so you may wish to bring some protection.
She is also weak to fire, so a torch or any fire Incantation can help you with the encounter. Miranda drops the Viridian Amber Medallion when slain.
The version of Night’s Cavalry you’ll find in Weeping Peninsula is patrolling the road near the Castle Morne Ramparts and wields a double-headed flail. If you want to fight him riding Torrent, use a lance or spear of some kind or focus on ranged attacks.
If you get hit by the Night’s Cavalry, he’ll likely kill Torrent since this version is much more powerful than the one on Limgrave.
The Night’s Cavalry’s weapon has a very wide reach, and he regularly swings it several times, with the chance of inflicting Bleed upon hit. If you manage to kill his horse, you can stab him while he’s on the ground to deal huge damage.
Killing the Night’s Cavalry will reward with the Barricade Shield Ash of War and his Nightrider Flail.
The Runebear is a colossal bear and is the final boss of Earthbore Cave found west of the Forest Tower Lookout. If you fought any of the bears in Mistwood, you might be somewhat familiar with its moves.
However, the Runebear is much more powerful than the bears in Mistwood. Its attacks can deal Bleed damage but can be blocked with a decent shield and high stamina.
The Runebear also has a large HP pool, so you’ll need to chip away and keep an eye out for its bear hug.
Killing this monstrous beast will reward you with the Spelldrake Talisman.
That ends our list of all Weeping Peninsula boss locations in Elden Ring. If you have further questions, drop a comment below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.