Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree – What To Do With Remembrance of the Dancing Lion

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Elden Ring has no shortage of bosses, and Shadow of the Erdtree bosses add a lot more variety and challenge to the base game's roster of bosses. One of the first major bosses of the DLC that most players will come across is the Divine Beast Dancing Lion, atop the Belurat, Tower Settlement legacy dungeon.

In Shadow of the Erdtree, Remembrance bosses like the Divine Beast Dancing Lion always drop a unique item that can be used to acquire other items – or to gain more power. This guide explains how to get the Remembrance of the Dancing Lion, and what to do with the Dancing Lion Remembrance once you acquire it.

How To Get The Remembrance of the Dancing Lion

Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree – What To Do With Remembrance of the Dancing Lion

The Remembrance of the Dancing Lion is a unique item that is one of the two things the Divine Beast Dancing Lion drops. After beating this boss, the "LEGEND FELLED" screen will appear, and you will automatically receive the Remembrance of the Dancing Lion in your inventory.

When this message and pop-up disappear, though, you should see another item on the ground where you felled the Dancing Lion. This is the Divine Beast Head armor piece, which is an extremely heavy piece of head armor that is about as large as the player character when worn.

You do not need to use the Remembrance of the Dancing Lion to receive this strange headpiece – which is rumored to have something to do with a somewhat nearby NPC who called the Beast to life during its cutscene.

All Remembrance of the Dancing Lion Boss Rewards

Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree – What To Do With Remembrance of the Dancing Lion

When it comes to do with the Remembrance of the Dancing Lion, you really only have two choices: to consume it for a flat amount of Runes, or trade it in with Enia at Roundtable Hold for a selection of boss items. Consuming this Remembrance for Runes (and indeed every Remembrance in the DLC) is not recommended as boss items are incredibly strong, and offer unique movesets and effects that can't be found anywhere else. In every case, it's better to get an item instead of consuming it for Runes, in case you want to equip it later on.

To trade in the Remembrance of the Dancing Lion, bring it to Enia at Roundtable Hold, who you should be intimately familiar with by the time you are ready for the DLC in the first place. Enia will offer either the Enraged Beast Talisman, or the Ash of War: Divine Beast Frost Stomp.

  • The Enraged Beast Talisman: Enhances the potency of Storms (Storm-based spells and Ashes of War).
  • Ash of War: Divine Beast's Frost Stomp: Stomp in a frontal cone to deal an immense amount of Frostbite buildup (like an upgraded Hoarfrost Stomp)

Neither of these have an associated Rune cost, but selecting one will prevent you from getting the other without duplicating the Remembrance. You can duplicate all non-demigod Remembrances at Walking Mausoleums that do not have a bell.

Base Game Elden Ring Platform PC , PS4 , PS5 , Xbox One , Xbox Series X , Xbox Series S Released June 21, 2024 Developer(s) FromSoftware Publisher(s) Bandai Namco Entertainment , FromSoftware Genre Soulslike , RPG Multiplayer Online Co-Op , Online Multiplayer ESRB M For Mature 17+ Due To Blood and Gore, Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence Expand

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