The Church of Inhibition is an Elden Ring Landmark within Liurnia where players can find the lightweight Finger Maiden Set. While the armor set doesn’t feature optimal stats, its aesthetic and design are an excellent fit for Faith spellcasters. However, reaching the church can be tricky, as the path leading there can be less apparent for many Tarnished. Naturally, those who wish to get to the Church of Inhibition should have already unlocked the Liurnia’s northern map by finding the region’s second Map Fragment, which can be found near the Academy Gate Town Site of Grace, southeast of Raya Lucaria.
How to Get to the Church of Inhibition in Elden Ring
To reach the Church of Inhibition in Elden Ring, Tarnished can start from the Mausoleum Compound Site of Grace, north of the Church of Vows. Head west and drop down the stone platforms along the cliff wall. Ride northeast towards the Grand Lift of Dectus but go south through Frenzied Flame Village and then up the hill to the church.
Along the way to the Church of Inhibition, players are likely to run into several hindrances. First, along the Bellum Highway, several enemy mobs will be patrolling the area. Most of them can be easily bypassed while riding atop Torrent, yet players should nevertheless be wary of them. Next, after ascending the ridge south of the Grand Lift of Dectus, players will encounter the Tower of the Exalted Flame, also known as the Frenzied Flame Tower.
This tower guards the path towards the Frenzied Flame Village and casts damaging Madness onto Tarnished as they pass by. The best way to avoid this is by staying close to cover whenever possible. If players must cross an open area in the tower’s sight, ride quickly away to avoid being inflicted. Once players arrive at the Church of Inhibition, they may be invaded by Festering Spirit Vyke. Use the Site of Grace to make the Invader go away. Once all sources of hostility are gone, Tarnished can safely acquire the Finger Maiden Set in Elden Ring.
Elden Ring is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.