How to Obtain the Pilgrim's Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen
Lords Of The Fallen boasts an abundance of concealed locales that are not readily within your reach. Typically, to gain admittance to these clandestin...
Lords Of The Fallen boasts an abundance of concealed locales that are not readily within your reach. Typically, to gain admittance to these clandestine areas, it entails employing a distinctive approach or fulfilling specific criteria. Within these realms, one shall uncover coveted treasures, such as pristine weaponry, mystical incantations, or formidable armament. While numerous of these enclaves manifest within the Umbral realm, certain others adhere to more conventional conventions, necessitating the acquisition of a unique key.
The identical situation unfolds upon your initial arrival at Pilgrim's Perch. Within this locale, you shall come across a plethora of secured entrances that implore you to procure the Pilgrim's Perch Key prior to bestowing access upon you.
How To Obtain The Pilgrim's Perch Key
During your exploration of Pilgrim's Perch, it is inevitable that you will encounter a securely locked Bell Door, along with several other doors that explicitly require the possession of the Pilgrim's Perch Key.
Fortunately, you need not embark on an arduous quest to acquire this key; it can be conveniently obtained by purchasing it from an NPC located at Skyrest Bridge.
To obtain the key, make your way to that location and engage in an interaction with a knight positioned on the right side of the Vestige. This knight is none other than Stomund, esteemed as the Captain of the Fidelis.
When you choose the "Purchase" option from his menu, you will notice that he presents the Pilgrim's Perch Key at a rather substantial cost of 9,500 Vigor.
Despite the key being labeled with a "1", it is possible to be misled into thinking that multiple keys are required to unlock different doors; however, this is not the case. Obtaining this solitary key will grant access to all of them, akin to the functionality of the Skyrest Bridge Key.
Should you find yourself compelled to venture into these locked regions, it is important to bear in mind that the adversaries within these areas, particularly those concealed behind the Bell Doors, are generally more formidable than any you have encountered thus far.
Where To Use The Pilgrim's Perch Key
Thus far, we can affirm that the Pilgrim's Perch Key provides access to the following doors:
- The locked door in the area where you find Gerlinde the Blacksmith.
- The Bell Door near Pilgrim's Perch Bellroom/Vestige of Blind Agatha.
- The Bell Door near Redcopse Windmill/Vestige of Marco the Axe.
- The locked door near the Umbral Flowerbed along the main progression road, shortly after you arrive at Pilgrim's Perch.