Elden Ring Limgrave Walking Mausoleum or Wandering Mausoleum is a mobile landmark you’ll most likely notice when exploring the Weeping Peninsula region. The Elden Ring Walking Mausoleums are large towers that move around specific areas. When you find such buildings, your goal is to stop them so you can get inside and access the Remembrance Duplication sarcophagus.
Some regions (for example, Liurnia) feature multiple Walking Towers, but the first one you’ll most likely encounter is the one in Limgrave. So, here is how to complete this location or stop the Elden Ring Limgrave Wandering Mausoleum in the video game developed by FromSoftware.
Where To Find the Weeping Peninsula Wandering Mausoleum
The large tower known as the Walking Mausoleum is on the western side of the Weeping Peninsula, in the Limgrave area. You can see the location marked below, and you can also notice that it is east of the Minor Erdtree.
Once you travel to this location, you’ll see a large moving tower, and as said, your objective is to stop it. If you don’t know how to do this, you can buy a hint or the Note: Walking Mausoleum from the Weeping Peninsula Isolated Merchant found west from the moving tower. This hint or note costs 600 Runes, as you can see below, but it is not mandatory to get it.
To save the runes, you have to pay, here is the hint provided by the note: “To stop the mausoleum’s stride, you’ll need to clean up around its feet first.” So, here is what you have to do next.
How To Stop the Walking Mausoleum
To stop the moving Mausoleum, you’ll need to destroy the white growths on the large legs.
As you can notice in my screenshot, they look like skulls.
Get close to one of the giant legs and start mashing the attack button. Since the Mausoleum is very slow, it is possible to step on you but stay mobile to be safe. After you destroy one of the growths, move around the leg to make sure that all skulls have been removed, then move to another leg.
Luckily, you only have to clear two legs for the Limgrave Mausoleum to stop. When you’re done, the building collapses, and you can get inside by opening the door on top of it. In the room behind the door, you’ll find a large coffin (also pictured).
This is the Remembrance Duplication you can use only once to duplicate Remembrances, such as Remembrance of the Grafted dropped by Godrick the Grafted, the boss you’ll need to face in Castle Stormveil. If you stop the Limgrave Walking Mausoleum early in the game, you probably won’t have any Remembrances in your inventory, but you can return here later, as the tower won’t get up.