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Where to Find the Gravesite Plain Map in Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree

Shadow of the Erdtree is sending us all back to Elden Ring as we once again take up the role of the Tarnished. Here’s how to find the Gravesite Plain map in Elden Ring.

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Gravesite Plain Map Location in Elden Ring

Remember, you will need to collect all these map fragments to fill in the details of the map, and they can be found attached to pillars at different areas in the game. If you get close to one, you’ll notice that a pillar will appear on your map. This can help if you’ve accidentally passed one by.

The Gravesite Plain Map can be found just to the northeast of the first Site of Grace that you will come to, also called the Gravesite Plain Site of Grace. Not the most imaginative name, but certainly very descriptive and accurate. You will be able to see a tall, burning creature in the distance called a Furnace Golem, and to the right of that monstrosity is a set of ruins called Scorched Ruins. The Scorched Ruins are also where you can find the Blade of Mercy talisman.

If you make it to the Scorched Ruins, you have gone too far and will need to turn around and head south down the main road for a little bit until you reach the pillar with the map fragment. In the first image above, you can see exactly where it is in relation to the Site of Grace and the ruins. In the second picture, you can see the map filled in after you pick it up.

As always, there will be a lot of maps to gather in the game, so thankfully we have a guide to help you track down every map fragment in Shadow of the Erdtree.

Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree is available now.


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Aidan has been into movies, games, tv, and tabletop since the 80s. Rather than get bogged down in pointless nostalgia, he remains excited for all the amazing art that has yet to come. When not scribbling articles for sites like Escapist, Destructoid, or Dot Esports, he is making Youtube videos about interesting lore, or how to paint little plastic models.