Elden Ring Fort Faroth Location Guide: How To Complete

Written by Vlad Susanu
March 15, 2022

Elden Ring Fort Faroth is a landmark and a deserted citadel found on eastern Caelid, northeast of Sellia Hideaway and Church of the Plague we covered in this guide.

The Elden Ring Fort Faroth is very similar to Fort Gael, but it is easier to navigate and poorer in loot.

Nevertheless, because of Radagon’s Soreseal Talisman, which you can find inside Fort Faroth, it is mandatory to visit this citadel.

So if you wonder how to get the Elden Ring Fort Faroth Talisman, throughout the guide below, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about it.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Location – Where To Find

As you can quickly notice on the map below, in the video game released by FromSoftware, you can find Fort Faroth on the eastern Caelid cliffs.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Location Guide

To get to this Fort, follow the northern path in Caelid, preferably avoiding Greyoll’s dragons.

Once you get close, activate the Fort Faroth Site of Grace in front of the citadel.

Fort Faroth Guide – How To Navigate

As said, Fort Faroth is easy to navigate, and the main gate is wide open.

What you should know about it, though, is that the courtyard is covered in darkness, filled with bats and some harpies.

While bats are accessible enemies, the harpies that feast on the ground are very dangerous because they can poison you. On top of this, they also hit hard. So be very careful when entering the Fort through the main gate.

If you are a spellcaster, aim for the bats hanging on the ceiling while standing near the entrance, then deal with the harpies.

To spot the enemies in the first room, constantly press the target button. This way, you can check if there are any enemies left in the dark area.

Now, the moment you clear the courtyard, cross to the other side and check the corpse in the right corner, then enter the small tower where you’ll see a ladder. Both are pictured below.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Guide

The moment you reach the upper floor of the tower, you’ll see a chest in front of you.

Make sure you loot it because it contains the Dectus Medallion (Right).

Elden Ring Dectus Medallion Right Location

Now that you know where to find the Elden Ring Dectus Medallion (Right), head right and jump on the roof of the Fort.

It is worth mentioning that while the roof may look empty, there are several ghosts here, so expect medium resistance. Usually, they spawn when you are close to them, and they are, in fact, the spirits of the former soldiers.

Upon dropping on the roof, head right, and on the other side, you’ll see a wooden platform close to the Fort’s exterior wall.

On it is a corpse (pictured below) carrying 2 Neutralizing Boluses.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Walkthrough

After getting the Neutralizing Boluses, cross the roof, looking for a hole with a ladder inside.

You can see it below, and the ladder will help you descend to the inferior level below the roof.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Items Locations

Here, you’ll want to deal with a few rats before starting the search for the Fort Faroth Talisman.

Fort Faroth Talisman Location – Where To Find

The Elden Ring Fort Faroth Talisman, or Radagon’s Soreseal, is on the ground in a hidden area.

So, the moment you descend the ladder above, turn around and cross the wooden platform, looting the corpse hanging on the other side for one Golden Rune [12].

Now, turn around again and pay close attention to the left side to spot a wooden fence.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Talisman Location

Here you’ll want to jump to the platform behind the fence, then go around the corner to see another ladder.

Follow it down to the ground level, then head left and around the next corner; you’ll find one last corpse you can loot.

Elden Ring Fort Faroth Talisman How To Get

After you get the Elden Ring Fort Faroth Talisman, retrace your steps to the upper floor, then drop into the courtyard and deal with the giant rat on your way out.

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Vlad Susanu

Founder and Senior Content Producer at GameClubz, Vlad is the former CEO of VGFAQ.com & Primewikis.com. He's been playing video games since 1994 and likes keeping up with the latest releases, increasing his collection of PlayStation trophies daily. When not playing games, he spends time fishing and enjoying a cold beer with his friends and staff members.

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