Elden Ring Mimic Summon, Mimic Tear Ashes

The Elden Ring Mimic Summon – Mimic Tear Ashe is one of the best summons you can get in the game. As a result, you have to work really hard if you want to obtain them. For one, you have to unlock access to a whole hidden part of the map, and then plumb its depths until you find the chest in which the ashes lie. Given how difficult finding this summon is, we’ve decided to put together this guide to help you out.

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Elden Ring Mimic Summon – Mimic Tear Ashes

How to Get Mimic Summon in Elden Ring – Mimic Tear Ashes

To get the Mimic Tear Ashes in Elden Ring, you’ll have to search through the bizarre nooks and crannies of Nokron, Eternal City. If you don’t know how to get there, check out our How to Get to Nokron Eternal City guide. Once you manage to enter the city, progress through the area until you come across a wall of fog. Traverse it and fight the Mimic Tear boss. Don’t worry, it’s hard to miss, since the area is generally fairly linear, albeit confusingly laid out at times. It is an eldritch city, after all.

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After the boss fight, head onto the bridge beyond and keep going until you can drop into the forest on your left. Head to the west until you find the Ancestral Woods site of grace. From there, go south and jump onto the roof below you. Walk across it and jump onto the ledge below you and round the corner to the right. Next, to find the Elden Ring Mimic Tear Ashes, head west until you can hop onto the dome to the south and back to solid ground. There will be two mimics there, but you can run past them into the passage in the southwest corner.

Drop onto the collapsed arch below you and walk into the window on the other side. Drop down and head left to the altar, then right to the wall of fog. Spend a Stonesword Key at the imp statue and kill the priestess on the other side. Open the chest to get the Mimic Tear ashes.

Incidentally, the Elden Ring Mimic Tear Ashes are a really good summon; one of the best, as we’ve said. It calls forth an exact replica of you, carrying all the gear that you had equipped at the moment of summoning. It doesn’t do as much damage as you, but it does a lot (especially after upgrading), and it can heal once. It’s pretty fantastic. However, you should know calling these ashes expends 660 HP instead of FP. If you need more help getting the Mimic Tear, check out darkholme’s video, from which we got the screenshots.

Very early in your exploration of Elden Ring world you will find out that you need to prepare your character for different tasks. You'll need to learn how to use Ashes of War, how to two-hand weapons, or use magic spells during the course of your adventures. Many secrets are also waiting for you, such as, a hostile NPC Sellen that doesn't let you see her shop, an invisible man in a bush, or a huge turtle with a bell that lets you duplicate some very important items.

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