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All Locations in Nokron, Eternal City

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Seren Morgan-Roberts

This page contains everything you need to know about the locations in Nokron, Eternal City in Elden Ring.

Nokron, Eternal City is an underground area.

How to Get to Nokron, Eternal City

Full access to Nokron, Eternal City is unlocked once you’ve defeated Starscourged Radahn. You’ll then be able to find a giant hole in southeast Limgrave that takes you down to the area.

You can actually access a small, closed off portion of Nokron when you take the teleporter in Siofra River to Dragonkin Soldier’s area (see more info below). You cannot reach the rest of Nokron from here, though.

How Many Locations Are There in Nokron, Eternal City?

There are four sub-regions of Nokron, Eternal City as well as six Sites of Grace, making Nokron a relatively small (but dense) area of the game.

Location Description
Hallowhorn Grounds Hallowhorn Grounds is in the northeast portion of Nokron. You can light six altars to unlock a boss in this location.
Night’s Sacred Ground You’ll need to jump down to this ruined castle area which is in the central region of Nokron.
Siofra Aqueduct Siofra Aqueduct is found in the north region of Nokron. To reach it, you’ll need to jump down from the cliff north of Hallowhorn Grounds down to the ruins below.
Dragonkin Soldier’s Waygate Eventhough this area isn’t specifically marked as a region of Nokron, it is a special area that you can only reach via a Waygate teleporter in Siofra River.

Nokron Sites of Grace

Site of Grace
Ancestral Woods.
Aqueduct-Facing Cliffs.
Great Waterfall Basin.
Mimic Tear.
Night’s Sacred Grounds.
Nokron, Eternal City.

Hallowhorn Grounds

If you’ve been to Siofra River, you’ve likely already encountered a Hallowhorn Grounds area before. Both Siofra River Hallowhorn Grounds and Nokron’s Hallowhorn Grounds are surrounded by Ancestral Follower enemies. If you light all six obelisk altars in the area around Nokron’s Hallowhorn Grounds, you’ll unlock the Regal Ancestor Spirit boss fight when you interact with the deer carcass in the ruins.

Night’s Sacred Ground

Night’s Sacred Ground is an area of Nokron that you can reach by jumping down onto the roof below Ancestral Woods site of grace. In this area, you’ll be able to find a fair few Silver Tear enemies as well as some other knight enemies. You can also find the Mimic Tear Ashes here, which can be used to summon a replica of yourself!

Jump down to the rooftops below to reach Nights Sacred Grounds.

Siofra Aqueduct

Siofra Aqueduct is only accessible from Nokron and not Siofra River, hence why the area is considered a part of Nokron. To access it, you’ll need to do a bit of parkour. First, find the Aqueduct-facing Cliffs site of grace, which is located up the cliff north of Hallowhorn Grounds. Then, you’ll be able to jump down to the ruins below.

One of the first enemies you’ll encounter in this area is Lesser Crucible Knight, but then if you follow the ruins, you’ll encounter a few more knight enemies before ending up at the Valiant Gargoyles’ boss arena.

(1 of 2) Jump down from the cliffs to find Siofra Aqueduct.

Dragonkin Soldier’s Waygate

The Dragonkin Soldier is found in a secret area of Nokron, Eternal City that is only accessible via a teleport waygate on the eastern side of Siofra River region (see map below). To reach the teleporter, travel up the large fallen stone column (watch out for the archers nearby!) and you’ll be able to find the waygate atop the ruins.

(1 of 2) Teleporter location

Teleporter location (left), youll need to travel up a fallen column to find the teleporter atop some ruins. (right)

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    Bandai Namco Entertainment
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    PC, PS4, PS5, XB One, XB X|S
  • Guide Release
    24 February 2022
  • Last Updated
    21 May 2022
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