What to Do After Burning Erdtree on Elden Ring

Burn the Erdtree in the Elden Ring
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Elden Ring is an online game that has been getting a lot of attention. If you’ve burned the Erdtree and are wondering what to do next, we’ve got some information that might help. 

If you want to know what you can do after burning the Erdtree on Elden Ring, here are our gamer’s 

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What Do You Do After Burning the Erdtree?

Burning the Erdtree in Elden Ring is a task that the player must complete as they continue through the game. Once completed, the player is able to enter a new location. However, it does not come without consequences.

Burn the Erdtree in the Elden Ring

After the Erdtree is burned, Leyndell is transformed into the Ashen Capital, so it’s a good idea to finish all of the tasks there. Once it has been transformed into Ashen Capital, the player must face two new bosses: Godfrey, the First Elden Lord, and Sir Gideon the All-Knowing.

Aside from that, some NPCs will perish after the Erdtree is burned. Again, it is recommended that you complete all of the NPC questlines before doing so. Aside from that, there are no other changes.

Do You Have to Burn the Erdtree in the Elden Ring?

The straightforward answer is no. You don’t always have to burn the Erdtree, but you can defeat the game’s endgame boss and finish it. 

After burning the Erdtree at the Forge of the Giants, you will normally be sent to Crumbling Farum Azula, far from the lands. 

Burn the Erdtree in the Elden Ring

You can skip the entire game by using the “Wrong Wrap” glitch, but you will most likely be too low-level to defeat the opponents and boss of this endgame area. 

Nonetheless, you have the option of activating this glitch [1]. If you choose this route, you will be able to bypass nearly 90% of the game if you fight the boss at the end of Farum Azula.

Defeating the boss of the endgame area will immediately set the tree on fire, and you won’t be able to turn back, missing out on most, if not all, of the Elden Ring tale. 

The Erdtree will be burned at the endgame regardless of the path you take. You can either skip the Fire Giant boss fight and the Erdtree’s burning cutscene or continue playing normally.

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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