Dragonbarrow Cave is a location in Caelid in Elden Ring and the location of a boss fight with two Beastmen of Farum Azula. This cave also contains a talisman and a healthy helping of crafting items. As part of our Elden Ring guide, we're going to explain how to complete Dragonbarrow Cave.

Elden Ring: How to Complete Dragonbarrow Cave

On this page, we're going to reveal how to complete Dragonbarrow Cave. We'll include the location, a walkthrough, and any additional information, like item drops.

Dragonbarrow Cave Location: How to Find It

The Dragonbarrow Cave isn’t far east from the Dragonbarrow Fork Site of Grace. Follow the path along the cliffside which eventually veers off straight to this cave, just mind the few bears that frolic about.

Dragonbarrow Cave: Walkthrough

The Dragonbarrow Cave begins with a simple passageway that spits you out into a chamber that brings you immediately face-to-face with this cave’s gimmick – the roaming Runebear. This thing is no slouch, it hits hard and its health pool is egregiously large. Despite this, we’d still recommend attempting to take it out if you’re up to the task. It’ll make scuffling around this cave and grabbing its loot much easier.

If the absolute tank of a Runebear proves too much for you to bear, you can resort to sneaking around via shrubs scattered about the area or just make a run for the useful items that sit along its patrol path. Regardless, this first area contains some Rowa Fruit ripe for the picking plus a Golden Rune [12] and a Warming Stone on some corpses in the dark southwest corner.

Head south next to find some Erdleaf Flowers and a Crystal Bud at a dark dead-end passageway inhabited by deer. Go southeast next where you’ll find a pathway with a few Crystal Cave Moss patches and eventually another chamber with some wildlife. There’s a good amount of goodies here: a handful of Silver Fireflies, another Rowa Fruit, a couple more Erdleaf Flowers, and the real star of the show – the Bull-Goat’s Talisman in the corner.

That’s all the loot to be had in the Runebear’s stomping grounds, so it’s time to run back north to where we first set foot into this shrub-filled cave. After getting back to the first chamber of the cave, head through the opening to the northwest to find a chasm to drop down into. Drop to the ledge below for some more Crystal Cave Moss and drop down once more to reach a ledge with a patch of Budding Cave Moss.

You’ll likely get a glimpse of the large white wolf patrolling along the lower section here. Ignore it for now as we’ll be crossing paths with it in a bit. Follow the passageway to the south where you’ll find a couple wolves, more Budding Cave Moss, and an exit into the area with the white wolf. There are two other wolves here too, but they can be hard to spot among the bushes, so use lock on to your advantage.

With all three wolves eliminated, pick up the Cave Moss, Beast Blood, and a Golden Rune [8] in this area before moving onward toward the east. This hallway contains some more Cave Moss before leading to another chasm to drop down. Before doing so, be sure you’re all healed up and prepped for the fight with twin Beastmen of Farum Azula as this chasm drops you straight into the boss arena.

Dragonbarrow Cave: Boss Fight Strategy

Dragonbarrow Cave: Item Drops and Loot

  • Rowa Fruit
  • Golden Rune [12]
  • Warming Stone
  • Erdleaf Flower
  • Crystal Bud
  • Crystal Cave Moss
  • Silver Firefly
  • Bull-Goat's Talisman
  • Budding Cave Moss
  • Cave Moss
  • Beast Blood
  • Golden Rune [8]

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