Elden Ring: Where to find Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes


The Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes, which summon a spirit clone of your character, are the most damaging of all the Spirit Ashes in Elden Ring. This is where you'll find them.

Spirit Ashes are summonable spirit companions who may assist players in overcoming challenging adversaries in The Lands Between. As you go through the game, you'll be able to gather a variety of them, including monsters, warriors, and more.

They're all beneficial in various circumstances. Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes, which allows you to call a spirit clone of a character, rises head and miles above the rest in terms of strength and adaptability. As a result, it's an ideal tool when used in conjunction with Hoarfrost Stomp Ash of War.

It's not the simplest to locate, and it has some stringent prerequisites to meet, but it's well worth the time and effort. Let's look at what you'll need and where you can get it.

Where can I find Elden Ring's Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes?​

It's not simple to find the Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes in Elden Ring. Before you can discover them, you must first accomplish a difficult pre-requisite: beating Starscourge Radahn, the primary boss of Redmane Castle in Caelid.

After that, proceed to the Fort Haight West Site of Grace and travel through the crater until you reach Nokron, Eternal City. Until you reach the main city, jump from rooftop to rooftop.

You'll eventually come across a fog wall. To continue your search for the Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes, you'll need to enter it and face a boss version of yourself. By doing so, you'll be able to beat the boss and gain access to a Site of Grace.

After that, saddle up and sprint across the bridge, turning left at the end and following the cliff's edge. This will take you to the Grace of the Ancestral Woods Site. Then, leap onto a nearby roof and continue the way into the Sacred Ground of the Night.

You'll find a chapel with a fog wall inside if you follow these guidelines. To discover a chest, use a Stonesword Key to pass through it and destroy the adversary behind it. Remove the Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes by opening it up.

That's all there is to finding the Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes in Elden Ring. Despite the fact that Elden Ring update 1.03 nerfs Mimic Tear, it's still worth chasing down for a variety of reasons. It's not only a terrific bait target for drawing attention away from you, but it's also a great method to double your damage output by mirroring your assaults in the hopes of staggering greater adversaries.

Using the Mimic Tear with quicker weapons like daggers or twinblades will still have you staggering foes for critical hits with ease.

They'll be a huge aid during your adventure in Elden Ring, all the way through to the end, so get them while you can.

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