Fort Faroth is a small stronghold in Elden Ring, located in Greyoll’s Dragonbarrow, the northeastern subregion of Caelid. The dark interior and exterior rooftop of Fort Faroth are somewhat smaller than other strongholds yet still hold valuable treasures which can both aid Tarnished in combat and progress the regional exploration. Greyoll, an enormous Elder Dragon, sits in front of the fort, guarded by several of her offspring. However, Tarnished adventurers can bypass her and the Dragons without worry and even effortlessly slay her for an abundance of Runes and three Dragon Hearts. Read on to learn how to complete Fort Faroth in Elden Ring.
Completing Fort Faroth In Elden Ring
To complete Fort Faroth in Elden Ring, players must understand what valuables and rarities the location holds. The small fortress contains Radagon’s Soreseal, the right side of the Dectus Medallion, and a Golden Rune (12). While players are recommended to be at least Level 70 or higher to explore Dragonbarrow, Fort Faroth can be easily looted without engaging in combat.
First, the Dectus Medallion (Right) can be found atop the northeastern tower. The spire’s ladder can be found directly at the back of the fort’s dimly lit interior. After looting the Medallion from a chest, turn right and drop onto the stronghold’s rooftop below. Be cautious of the blue spectral guards that can spawn in this area. Next, go into the square-shaped opening near the southwestern battlements. From here, follow the wooden platforms to the northeast to find a lootable corpse with the valuable Golden Rune (12).
To find Radagon’s Soreseal, stand at the body of the Golden Rune and face south. Carefully leap across the gap onto the opposing wooden platforms. Follow the passage and drop to the ground level below to find the hidden Legendary Talisman in Elden Ring.
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