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One of the side objectives in Elden Ring is to visit all of the Divine Towers, towering cylindrical structures found in each region of the game (including Caelid). While Starscoure Radahn might be an optional fight in Elden Ring, you can still ascend the Divine Tower of Caelid north of where the boss is found. However, getting up there has proven difficult for some players.
The region’s Divine Tower is found in the far north part of Caelid. Players can get there by fast traveling to the Dragonbarrow West Site of Grace and then traveling north. Once there, you will notice that there’s no clear walkway to get to the tower. Instead, there are only roots sticking out of the ground. Well, that’s what you need to navigate in order to get to the Divine Tower of Caelid.
The Divine Tower of Caelid in Elden Ring
When facing the tower, you want to hop on the largest root and then go left. There will be a small platform you can jump on, which will have an enemy. Defeat them and then make your way along the edge to reach a ladder. You then want to keep going left, never go to the right side of the tower as that leads nowhere.
If you keep going left, you’ll find a broken half-arch. You need Torrent to get across this. Just hop on the starting part of the arch, jump over the broken gaps and make it to the other side.
After some time, you’ll reach a Site of Grace inside an open room. Rest at it, and then you can either go up some stairs or down.
If you go down, you’ll find a plethora of enemies, a boss and some rewards. These are fairly high-level enemies, though, so it’s only recommended to go down if you’re up to the task. And if you choose to go down, you’ll have to navigate platforms. Always look down to see if you can jump down another level and go along edges when possible.
However, if you go up, you can reach the top of the tower. Once you get there, you’ll find the place you can restore your Great Rune and gain some attribute buffs thanks to Radahn.
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