Elden Ring

Ainsel River

Ainsel River is an underground region located beneath the Lands Between. It is one of the two great rivers that flow beneath the surface. The region is divided into two main sections: the eastern side dominated by the Uhl Palace Ruins inhabited by Claymen, and the western portion containing Nokstella, one of the Eternal Cities. Deeper into Ainsel River lies the Lake of Rot, a putrid underground swamp with ancient ruins. At the deepest point of Ainsel River is the lair of Astel, a malformed star who attacked an Eternal City. The region can be accessed through the Ainsel River Well and the Ainsel River Main, each with their own landing points.

What is Ainsel River?

Ainsel River is an underground region beneath the Lands Between. It is one of the two great rivers that flow beneath the surface.

What can be found in the eastern side of Ainsel River?

The eastern side of Ainsel River is dominated by the Uhl Palace Ruins, characterized by mausoleums and statues. It is inhabited by Claymen, who served as priests of the ancient dynasty.

What can be found in the western portion of Ainsel River?

In the western portion of Ainsel River, you can find Nokstella, one of the Eternal Cities. It is inhabited by Nox, who were banished underground by the Greater Will.

What can be found at the deepest point of Ainsel River?

At the deepest point of Ainsel River, you can find the lair of Astel, a malformed star who once assailed an Eternal City and took away its sky.

How can Ainsel River be accessed?

Ainsel River can be accessed via the Ainsel River Well in eastern Liurnia of the Lakes. The Ainsel River Main can be accessed via a sending gate in Renna's Rise.