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Elden Ring: How To Get To Queen's Bedchamber

Those diving into "Elden Ring" are likely familiar with the title's grueling boss battles and unforgiving world design — often just getting where you need to go presents a challenge. The action RPG throws gamers into the enormous Lands Between and offers little guidance other than vague directional pointers from Sites of Grace and the occasional comment from an NPC. As if taking on bosses like Maliketh, the Black Blade or Miyazaki's favorite fight, Starscourge Radahn, wasn't tough enough, it's easy to get lost in the vast world and even end up somewhere well above your current power level. 

Among the crumbling ruins of forgotten keeps and battered castles stands the impressive Leyndell, Royal Capital. A once glorious city that fell after the shattering of the Elden Ring and several characters' fiddling with Destined Death, players need to traverse its streets and alleyways to the Capital's royal castle. There, players inevitably make the journey to the Elden Throne, and in the process pass through the Queen's Bedchamber — however, reaching this critical point in the city is easier said than done. Leyndell can feel like a maze at times, and there's more than a few dangers barring gamers from freely exploring. Here's how to get to the Queen's Bedchamber in "Elden Ring."

Climb ramparts, stairs, trees, and a dragon to reach Queen's Bedchamber

After entering the Capital, players should progress down to the ground level of the area, making a point to keep an eye out for the many knights and other enemies that abound. Eventually, you should find the Avenue Balcony Site of Grace, which acts as the first safe haven within the city. Going down and progressing forward, a few patrolling knights by a dead dragon are the next stop. The dragon corpse is climbable and you can reach new heights by running up its wing and leaping onto part of the castle structure. 

Ahead there is Valiant Gargoyle and some Oracle Envoys protecting a Golden Seed as well as a large branch that serves as a way forward. Taking the branch up, players will find a large room where they go toe-to-toe with the first Elden Lord, Godfrey. Once the ghost of Godfrey has been dealt with (as shown in a YouTube video by TheGamesEntertainer), you can continue climbing the branches hanging over the balcony to traverse to even higher points of the keep. From here, it's a straight shot forward to the Queen's Bedchamber Site of Grace — and the fourth best boss fight in "Elden Ring," Morgott, the Omen King, just after.